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CUELLAR, Jose T. de (kwayl'-yar), Mexican author, born at San Luis Potosi, 15 August 1835. He studied at the San Carlos academy in Mexico, and afterward entered the diplomatic service. He was attach5 to the Mexican legation at. Washington from 1856 till ]858, when he returned to Mexico to fill a place in the foreign office. He accompanied President Juarez to Paso del Norte in his official capacity, and returned to the capital with Juarez in 1867. Having asked for a leave of absence, he retired to his native City in 1868, and there won literary reputation by a novel entitled "E1 Pecado del Siglo." He was appointed secretary to the Mexican legation at Washington in 1870, and remained there until 1882, then being recalled and subsequently elected a representative to congress. His appointment as chief officer or under-secretary of foreign affairs was made in August 1886. Among Cuellar's works are these comedies and dramas:" Deberes y sacrificios," "Azares de una venganza," "Natural y figura," "Arte de amar," "Cubrir las apariencias," " Redencidn," and " Un viaje a Oriente." His novels include "Ensalada de pollos," "Chucho el N info," "Isolina la ex-figu-rante," "Las jamonas," "Las gentes que son asi," and "Gabriel el Cerrajero." He has also written several poems.
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