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INGRANDE, Jose Domingo (in-gran'-day), Argentine historian, born in Montevideo in 1759; died there in 1817. He entered the Spanish army in 1778, served several years in Europe, and was a major when he resigned in 1786 and returned to his country, His tastes were for historical research, and while in Spain he had formed a valuable collection of documents on the discovery of America 118 went in 1800 to the United States, where he remained five wars, visiting all the large cities, and lecturing in Boston and Philadelphia on South American history and the political condition of that country. He also contributed papers to the reviews, and, when he returned to Montevideo, founded the journal "El National" in 1810, which afterward took an active part in the struggles that preceded the independence of the country. He died suddenly, just at a time when his country needed his vigorous journalistic talent in the agitations for independence. He published "Viajero Universal" (Montevideo, 1797); "Historia de America" (4 vols., 1801); and "Monografia de Montevideo," which is vet considered a standard work on the early history of that city (1816).
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