Coleccion de las principales leyes y decretos promulgados por el Gobierno de Buenos-Aires, sobre el comercio exterior e interior, hacienda y rentas, desde el mes de setiembre de 1852, hasta julio de 1856.

Laws and decrees issued by the Government of Buenos Aires, including the free navigation of rivers, the establishment of a customs office outside the city of San Nicolas, the liquidation of the old bank and payment of shareholders, the creation of a new bank for deposits, land and sea transit, transit by water and land, the repayment of cash confiscated by Juan Manuel José Domingo Ortiz de Rosas, patents laws, the exportation of gold and silver, and immigration laws. Followed by an appendix with a letter signed Dalmacio Velez-Sarsfield
Item Type: Book or pamphlet
Creators: Anon.,
Date: 1856
Place of Publication: Buenos Aires
Publisher: Imprenta de "El Orden"
Number of Pages: 46
Theme: Economic Policy, Development and Ideas
Country/Region: Argentina
Keywords: Juan Manuel José Domingo Ortiz de Rosas, Taxation, Domestic Commerce, Constitutionalism, Free Trade, Public Revenue, Civil Law
URI: http://liberalism-in-americas.org/id/eprint/317
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