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La Administración de la Armada española en el siglo XVIII: El caso de la expedición a Argel de 1768 para el canje de cautivos. (The administration of the Spanish Navy in 18th century: the case of the expedition to Algiers for the rescue of prisoners)

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  • Blasco Leante, José Enrique
  • Guzmán Raja, Isidoro
  • Montoya Chinchilla, José Luis
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    El siglo XVIII supone un periodo de cambios y transformaciones basadas en la ciencia y la filosofía conocidas como “La Ilustración”, iniciándose en España dicho movimiento con la llegada al trono del primer Rey Borbón, Felipe V. La Armada Española no fue ajena a tales procesos evolutivos e innovadores, y así, el 1 de enero de 1725 se publican las conocidas como “Ordenanzas de Patiño”, legislación que regulaba las funciones administrativas y el régimen económico de la Marina de Guerra Española, recogiendo, entre otras cuestiones, las obligaciones de todos los integrantes de su Cuerpo administrativo, correspondiéndoles además el honor de ser las primeras de una serie de Ordenanzas y disposiciones promulgadas a lo largo del siglo XVIII con la misma finalidad. (The 18th century was the scenary of a period of changes based on thought and science. These changes gave name to the period, which was known as The Enlightenment. The Enlightenment began in Spain with the enthronement of Philip V, the first Spanish King of the Bourbons House. The Spanish Navy was also involved in the changes and innovation process. A product of this involment was the “Patiño Ordinance” promulgated on January 1, 1725. These regulations ruled the administrative functions and the economic aspectsof the Spanish war navy. Among other questions they prescribed the obligations of all members of its Admnistrative Corps. They were the first of the succession of Ordinances and Regulations issued along the 18th century with the same purpose).

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    Article provided by Asociación Española de Contabilidad y Administración de Empresas (AECA). Spanish Accounting and Business Administration Association. in its journal De Computis.

    Volume (Year): (2011)
    Issue (Month): 15 (December)
    Pages: 3-74

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