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Box 13 contains Bentham's correspondence with Spain and Portugal in the early nineteenth century. 1820 was a critical year for Europe, as a wave of revolution spread across many parts of the continent. Bentham was particularly intrigued by the establishment of new liberal democratic regimes in Spain and Portugal. He was in correspondence with politicians in these countries in the hope of influencing the codification of new sets of laws.

Detailed contents of this box are as follows:

  • Folios 1 to 142: Correspondence - Spain; 1818-20
  • Folios 143 to 146: Correspondence - John Cam Hobhouse, Catholic claims [Catholic emancipation]; 1820
  • Folios 147 to 314: Correspondence - Spain and Portugal; 1820-22

Folios from box 13 which have already been partially or fully transcribed are listed under the progress bar below.

Box 13 Progress: Transcription begun

Untranscribed: 206
In Progress: 9
Ready For Review: 25
Completed: 119
Total: 359

0Completed: 119(33.15%)359

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