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QUEIP0, Vicente Vasquez, Spanish statesman, born in Luci, Galicia, in 1804. He received his education in Seville, where he was graduated in law, and entered the colonial magistracy. He was for several years fiscal procurator in Havana, and always advocated the enfranchisement of the negroes in the island. In 1860 he was elected senator by the city of Seville, but he resigned after the overthrow of Queen Isabella in 1868, and since that time has devoted his time to literary researches, He has in preparation a history of Cuba. Queipo is a member of the Academy of sciences, and that of historical researches, of Madrid, and a corresponding member of the Institute of France. Among his works are "Cuba, sus recursos su administraeion y su populacion" (Madrid, 1850), translated into French in 1851, and "Essai sur le systeme metrique et mondtaire des anciens peuples" (1859).
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