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GONZALEZ DEL VALLE, Manuel, Cuban lawyer, born in Havana in October, 1802; died there in January, 1884. He studied at the University of his native City, received the diploma of doctor of philosophy, and was admitted to the bar. He taught law and philosophy in the University of Havana, and filled many high offices in that City. He published a " Diccionario de las Musas" (New York, 1827) : "Programa de Materias filosoficas " (Havana, 1839) ; "Articulos sobre Psicologia" (1840); and "Estudios de la Moral" (1843).--His brother, Jose Z., author, born in Havana, Cuba, in 1820; died in' Madrid, Spain, in October, 1851, studied law in his native City. He went to Madrid to finish his education, and was admitted to the bar in 1840. He was for many years professor of natural philosophy in the University of Havana, but, on account of his health, went to Spain in 1850, and was appointed honorary secretary to the queen. He published several novels, including "Luisa," "Carmen y Adela," and "Amar y Motif" (1839) ; "Tropicales," a volume of poems (Havana, 1842) ; " Viajes por Europa" (1843) ; "Guirnalde Funebre" (1844); "Rasgo Historico de la Filosofia" (1848); and "Lecciones de Meteorologia" (1849).--Another brother, Ambrosio, physician, born in Havana in 1822, was graduated in medicine in his native City in September, 1846, and appointed to fill the chair of anatomy at the University. He is a member of several Spanish scientific societies, and has done much to improve the sanitary conditions of Havana. He published "Manual del Flebotomiano " and "Manual de Obstetricia" (1849); "Muerte Aparente" (1863); "Higiene Biblica" (1870); and "Tablas Obituarias" (1870-'8).
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