A People's Latin Mass by Dom Gregory Murray

By Dom Gregory Murray

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1775 cacao/fa, indigo/lb. coffee/quintal 1783-6 1793-6 11—13 rls. 18—20 ps. 12—14 f l s 12 ps. 16 ps. 1808-9 17 ps. 12 rls. 11-12 ps. Sources: for 1775 price see Arcila Farias, Economia Colonial, p. 335. , Caracas 501, despatch by Saavedra, 23 November 1786. , Caracas 180, syndic of Caracas Cabildo to Leon, 6 October 1800, and Humberto Tandron, El Real Consulado de Caracas y el Comercio Exterior de Venezuela (Caracas, 1976), p. 160. For 1808-9 s e e Miguel Izard, 'La Agricultura Venezolana en una Epoca de Transition: 1777-1830', Boletin Historico, xxvm (1972), 143.

5 rls. 5 4. peones libres pobres, esclavos y las personas que se le comparan en el servicio civil 8ps. 2l/s rls. 8 5. gente pobre, ninos pobres, pobres de solemnidad (beggars) 6 rls. 15,155 97,792 34-9 43,468 280,205 100 Total a Cumana Caracas See text for translations. The percentages are rounded. composed of just over 1% of the non-Indian population. Under it, however, is a sizeable middle group roughly equidistant in its level of consumption from both the top and bottom categories. This middle is made up of the second and third clases, which together represented 27% of the population tallied.

73 Even within the confines of so sketchy an outline, it is clear that the lot of the Indians was both unenviable and marginal to the rest of society. General social characteristics It should be apparent from our look at the individual castes that a more fluid social structure existed in Caracas than might be surmised from 26 The caste society taking into account solely the legal aspects of racial distinctions. Economic mobility and occupational interchangeability to some extent tempered the rigidity of the hierarchical caste divisions and, among the white caste, lessened the impact of ethnic differences.

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