Answer to M. Macdonell's remarks on the Argentine Republic.

Dialogue in response to Sir Hugh Macdonnell's 'Remarks of the River Plate Republics as a Field for British Emigration', which discourages British emigration to the Argentine Republic and the Rio de la Plata. García presents the advantages and successes of British immigration to the region, particularly in terms of commerce and industry such as farming, banking, railroads and mining. Also contains extracts of a report by Secretary Wileken, published in the 'Buenos Ayres Standard', 30 January 1873
Item Type: Book or pamphlet
Creators: García, Manuel Rafael
Date: 1873
Place of Publication: Paris
Publisher: Imprimerie Centrale des Chemins de Fer A. Chaix et Cie
Number of Pages: 38
Theme: Economic Policy, Development and Ideas, Race and Ethnicity
Country/Region: Argentina
Keywords: International Relations, Immigration, Agriculture, Railroad, Mining, Infrastructure, Domestic Commerce
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