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BUSTAMANTE, Carlos Maria, Mexican historian, born in Oajaca, 4 November, 1774; died 21 September, 1848. He was graduated as a lawyer in 1801, soon distinguished himself in his profession, and the Spanish government gave him an important office. He then served the revolutionary party during the war, both with pen and sword. His numerous works include "Cuadro Histdrico de la Revolucidn de la America Mejicana," "Galeria de Antiguos Principes Mejicanes," " Crdnicas Mejicanas," " Historia del Emperador D. Agustin de Iturbide," and "Historia de la Invasidn de los Anglo-Americanos en Mejco."
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