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ESCUDER0, Jose A. (eskooday'ro), Mexican jurist, born at Panal de Hidalgo, 22 June 1801" died in Chihuahua, 3 May 1862. He received his education in his native town, and in 1825 was appointed chief clerk of the secretary of state of Chihuahua. He afterward became supernumerary member of the Supreme Court, and magistrate of the same body. After receiving his degree at Guanajuato, he was admitted to the bar in the City of Mexico, and was appointed judge for the district of Chihuahua, which office he held for ten years. He represented his native City in five state legislatures, was twice elected to congress, and was afterward prosecutor to the supreme military court. Escudero was a member of congress in 1847, a year of severe trials for Mexico, and he distinguished himself by his patriotism, he was the author of some ecoheroic studies on the general history of various states of Mexico. His principal works are "Conducta del jefe politico de Chihuahua Manual del Cultivador"; "Manual del Vifiador Ordenanzas de tierras y aguas "" and "Recopilacidn de los decretos y 5rdenes del rey D. Fernando VII."
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