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CARVAJAL, Ciriaco Gonzfi, lez (car-va-hal'), Spanish jurist, born in the latter part of the l5th century. After serving in the Manila audiencia, he was sent to fill a similar office in Mexico. There he. distinguished himself in many important commissions, was director of the Academia de juris-prudencia, inspector of the Royal College of San Ildefonso, and president of the Junta de memorias historicas v antiguedades de Nueva Espana. He returned to Spain, was appointed a member of the supreme council of the Indies, and then of the supreme council of justice, and was also minister for the colonies in 1812. His principalworks are "La Hacienda," "La industria en las islas Filipinas," " Reglamentos politicos para el mejor gobierno de los indios," "Principios de Derecho," "Instruc-ciones y ordenanzas para la siembra y adminis-tracidn del tabaco," and '" Memorias."
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