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Traslado y cambio de nombre: cuando la Gaceta (constitucional) de Madrid se transformó en Gaceta española (abril-octubre de 1823)

Abstract : Faced with an imminent French invasion, the Spanish Cortes ordered the Royal Family, the Government and the main political institutions to relocate to Seville, which they did on the 10th of April 1823. In Seville, the Gaceta Española - which appeared on the immediately after the arrival of the government in Seville- became the new voice of the constitutional government , replacing the Gaceta de Madrid, which continued to be published albeit in a city (Madrid) that was no longer the seat of government. In this article we offer an analysis of the Gaceta Española (Seville-Cadiz, April-October 1823) based on documentation held at the Archivo Histórico Nacional (Madrid), which will allows us to understand the plurality and nature of the challenges faced by a periodical whose official nature meant that it could not be cancelled or privatized, while at the same time speaks for the crisis that, since the beginning of the Liberal Triennium, affected government publications.
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Elisabel Larriba. Traslado y cambio de nombre: cuando la Gaceta (constitucional) de Madrid se transformó en Gaceta española (abril-octubre de 1823). Cuadernos de Ilustración y Romanticismo, Grupo de Estudios del Siglo XVIII de la Universidad de Cádiz, 2020, 26, pp. 627-640. ⟨10.25267/Cuad_Ilus_romant.2020.i26.30⟩. ⟨halshs-03087755⟩

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