José Cáceres
Dominican writer and politician
José Cáceres
José Núñez de Cáceres was a Dominican politician and writer. He was the leader of Dominican independence when Spain ruled the country and he was also the first person in the country to use literature as weapon of social protest and politics.
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Urribarri en procesión náutica - Micrófono Digital
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... que portaba la imagen de la Virgen , junto a monseñor Juan Alberto Puiggarri, arzobispo de Paraná; al padre Mario Taborda, párroco de la Iglesia de Bajada; a la senadora nacional Blanca Osuna ; y al ministro de Desarrollo Social, José Cáceres
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Niño atropellado falleció anoche - Diario Correo
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El menor José Cáceres Ch. (06), que el pasado viernes 09, fue atropellado junto a su prima Milagros FG (07), por el auto blanco A7Q-426, falleció anoche en el hospital Honorio Delgado, luego de una larga agonía. El trágico hecho, ocurrió en el
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El gobernador recibió con su gabinete a los candidatos del FpV de San José - Micrófono Digital
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Estuvieron en la reunión los ministros de Gobierno, Justicia y Educación, Adan Bahl; de Desarrollo Social, José Cáceres; de Planeamiento e Infraestructura, Guillermo Federik; y de Economía, Hacienda y Finanzas, Diego Valiero
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SE REUNIO EL CONSEJO PROVINCIAL DEL PJ - APF Digital
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El titular del PJ entrerriano y candidato a vicegobernador del PJ, José Cáceres, manifestó: "Creemos importante resaltar el resultado de las elecciones del 14 de agosto. Fue una victoria categórica, que mostró la adhesión del pueblo entrerriano a los
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COPA ARGENTINA ZAPLA Y TALLERES, LISTOS - Diario Jujuy
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... Patricio Colchar, Matías Fernández, Matías Ranelli; José Cáceres; Emanuel Torres y Darío Zampini. a éstos habrá que agregarles los hombres que estarán en el banco de suplentes que seguramente se sabrá despues de la práctica prevista para hoy,
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All in for the Indy Indians: Slide Show - Credit Union Times
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Here, Rowdy poses for the paparazzi with Financial Center members Jeff, Evan and Kelly Tremain. Here, Rowdy learns not to talk smack to Financial Center members Maria and Jose Caceres. All in all, a beautiful night for baseball in Indianapolis
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Cáceres dio un amplio respaldo a la candidata del oficialismo - La Voz 901 Digital
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Los oradores fueron Gustavo Osuna, presidente de la Departamental del Partido Justicialista, y José Cáceres, principal referente de esa agrupación y compañero de fórmula de Sergio Urribarri en su búsqueda de la reelección. Las primeras palabras de
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09/08/2011 - 2' 12" - 604 Visitas El ministro se mostró confiado de cara al ... - Análisis Digital
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Están organizándose para votar en contra de Cristina (Fernández de Kirchner)", arremetió el presidente del Partido Justicialista (PJ), José Cáceres. A pesar de esa situación, el compañero de fórmula de Sergio Urribarri se mostró muy tranquilo de cara a
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JOSE CACERES COINCIDIO CON MONSEÑOR PUIGGARI Y AFIRMO QUE ES NECESARIO ... - APF Digital
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“Coincidimos en que hay que restituir la cultura del trabajo, una vez dañado lleva muchos años poder recuperarse”, manifestó Cáceres. “De hecho trabajamos en eso, los programas que llevamos adelante en un 80 por ciento promueven la cultura del trabajo,
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La visita no perdona errores del anfitrión - ABC Color
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Sportivo Trinidense: Nicolás Yegros; Luis Prieto, Sergio Torales y José Cáceres; Pedro Pérez y Máximo Ortiz; Kevin Díaz, Eudelio Aguilar y Jesús Martínez (86' Christian Cardozo); William Romero (65' Diego Canesa) y José Leguizamón (87' José Ñamandú)
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Camión localizado calcinado no tiene solicitud por delito - Diario El Tiempo
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jefe (Fapet) Arnoldo José Cáceres y al mando del oficial agregado (Fapet) José Javier Pérez Rivas, jefe de Grupo (A) de la Estación Policial Nº 3-2 El Dividive, y al momento en que se recorría el sector El Cenizo de la parroquia homónima,
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En el libro de victorias - ABC Color
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Sportivo Trinidense: Nicolás Yegros; Pedro Pérez (70' Diego Canesa), José Cáceres, Christian Cardozo y Luis Prieto; Jesús Martínez, Kevin Díaz, Sergio Torales (36' Willian Romero) y Máximo Ortiz (80' Silvio Escobar); José Ñamandú y José Leguizamón
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Cáceres relativizó la derrota kirchnerista en Santa Fe y evaluó que Rossi “no ... - Análisis Digital
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“Vivimos en 2007 la misma derrota en Santa Fe y la Presidenta (Cristina Fernández) ganó luego con el 45 por ciento”, expresó el titular del Partido Justicialista (PJ) de Entre Ríos, José Cáceres. Con esta afirmación, el compañero de fórmula de Sergio
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La Municipalidad recibió fondos correspondientes al Plan Abrigo - Diario El Argentino
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El intendente, Juan José Bahillo, recibió en su despacho al ministro de Desarrollo Social, Empleo, Ciencia y Tecnología de la Provincia, José Cáceres, quien hizo entrega de un aporte de 100 mil pesos, pertenecientes al Programa Provincial Abrigo
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Se inicia juicio oral por caso de crimen frustrado de un espiritista - ABC Color
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Según el relato de Amarilla, la mujer, al ingresar a su vivienda, extrajo un arma de fuego de la cintura y fue la primera en disparar, y luego lo hizo su pareja, José Cáceres. Efectuaron unos 16 tiros con armas de fuego, de los cuales 13 impactaron en
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1850
    Age 77
    Died on September 11, 1850.
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  • 1844
    Age 71
    By 1844 he became seriously ill and the State Government and the Departmental Board of Tamaulipas assigned a pension to alleviate their pain.
    More Details Hide Details On September 11, 1846 he died in Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas. José Núñez de Cáceres also had an important role as a writer and teacher. In 1795, he was professor at the University of Santo Tomás de Aquino. En January 6, 1815, after rebuilt the old University of Santo Domingo, where he had taught, he returned to teaching at this university and because of the efforts he made as captain-general, the cloister of doctors chose him as the first rector of the institute and they agreed that his portrait, paid for by the guild, be placed in the lecture hall. José Núñez de Cáceres founded on April 15, 1821, in Santo Domingo, the satirical newspaper El Duende, considered the second national Dominican newspaper. This weekly -political and satirical newspaper that circulated the Sunday in the city of Santo Domingo had thirteen numbers disappearing on July 15 of that year. Through El Duende, Núñez de Cáceres was released as a fabulist, for here he published nine of his fables. He also founded the newspaper El Relámpago (Lightning) in this city. In late 1822, Núñez de Cáceres lived with his family in Maracaibo, Venezuela. In 1824, he was in Caracas, putting the printing trade. From his studio came during the years of 1824–1826, several newspapers, books and pamphlets; between newspapers include: El Constitucional Caraqueño (The Constitutional from Caracas) and La Cometa (The Comet), a newspaper that harshly attacked Simón Bolívar, as well as recent issues of the newspaper El Venezolano.
  • 1834
    Age 61
    He served with General Moctezuma at the Well of Caramel, and he endorsed the agenda of this soldier. In 1834 he was appointed treasurer of Public Finance, a position which he alternated with his attorney Professions.
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  • 1833
    Age 60
    In 1833 he was elected senator of the State of Tamaulipas and member of the Mexican Confederation Congress and in the same year he was named Distinguished Citizen of Tamaulipas.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1830
    Age 57
    In 1830 he was named prosecutor of the supreme court.
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  • 1827
    Age 54
    In early 1827, when the movement was paralyzed in the presence of Bolivar, Núñez de Cáceres decided to leave Venezuela bound for Mexico.
    More Details Hide Details He and his family went to Mexico, where he first settled in the city of San Luis Potosi and then in Ciudad Victoria, capital of Tamaulipas. In the early years, he practiced law.
    Subsequently, Páez appointed to Núñez as private secretary and adviser, a position he held until early January 1827.
    More Details Hide Details With this office he forced Bolívar to wean Venezuelan from la Gran Colombia. Páez Accepted the idea of Núñez de Cáceres so he gave her international passport to Bolívar. On November 7 the same year, in the Assembly the held in the convent of San Francisco in Caracas, in which he participated and spoke Paez, he gave one of the most revolutionary speeches, arguing that "the social pact was dissolved".
  • 1824
    Age 51
    In 1824, he was in Caracas, putting the printing trade.
    More Details Hide Details More late, after of his participated in some newspapers of country, exploded of the antibolivarian movement of La Cosiata, to which he actively joined. On May 5, 1826, when the Municipality of Caracas decided to give full powers to General José Antonio Páez and join the revolution started in Valencia, José Núñez de Cáceres was chosen, together with Pedro Pablo Diaz, to bring the news to Páez. On May 14, Núñez de Cáceres was beside him when in Valencia he reaffirmed his disobedience to Bogotá government.
  • FORTIES
  • 1822
    Age 49
    In late 1822, Núñez de Cáceres lived with his family in Maracaibo, Venezuela.
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    Núñez de Cáceres himself, seven weeks later, on Saturday January 19, lowered the Colombian flag and replaced it with the Haitian flag, and on Saturday February 9, 1822, he presented to President Boyer the keys to the city of Santo Domingo.
    More Details Hide Details However, in August, Cáceres was still in Santo Domingo, making clandestine efforts to obtain support from the authorities of Gran Colombia. Boyer learned of his activities and demanded the exile José Núñez de Cáceres arguing that his presence was an inconvenience on the island and that if it was absent voluntarily, embarked by force.
    On January 11, 1822, as Núñez de Cáceres found no support he sought in Colombia, Boyer wrote to Núñez de Cáceres a letter announcing his intention to visit the eastern part together with stunning force, but not as an invader, but as a peacemaker, while warning him there would be able to avoid obstacles.
    More Details Hide Details When Núñez de Cáceres read that message, he realized that everything for which he had fought in vain. The majority among the Dominican social and military elite preferred to ally with Haiti, and thus he had no other choice but to answer that military command, and the City had agreed to be placed under the protection of Haitian law.
  • 1821
    Age 48
    Núñez de Cáceres wanted independence from Spain and asked for the annexation of his country to the Gran Colombia. He had tried to wean his country from Spain by a coup in the spring of 1821, but this failed due to measures taken by Col. Sebastián Kindelán y O'Regan, and the conspirators to did not receive a response to time of Simón Bolivar.
    More Details Hide Details The governor, however, despite the steps taken, and denunciation of the plot, did not mind, allowing Núñez de Cáceres prosecute to captain Manuel Martinez for the crime of libel. Pascual Real, the new Spanish governor, who arrived to the colony in May of that year, not only gave credit to the whistleblowers who confirmed the veracity of the conspiracy by Núñez de Cáceres, but very soon learned the name of his followers. As Real had no troops, he devoted himself to observe the behavior of the suspects and to win the confidence of key military leaders. A haitianophile group, familiar with the plans of Núñez de Cáceres and its people, explained to Boyer the political situation that the Dominican Republic lived at this time, with the purpose of annexation the that former colony. On November 8, Major Andrew Amarante proclaimed the start of annexation of that Republic in Beler and seven days later he spoke in the same direction of Dajabón and Monte Cristi. He oup decided to act quickly. Also the same day it announced the Constitutive Act of Independence, that rules out the general functions of the new government and secured their determination to conclude an agreement with the Gran Colombia to establish a Confederate state with her, without giving up sovereignty the country; he start the Separatist Movement on November 30, 1821 and the next month, Friday 30. December, troops of the battalion, commanded by dark, they took by assault the fortress, enclosing within its walls to the governor.
    He is better known for being the leader of the independence movement against Spain in 1821 and the only President of the short-lived Republic of Spanish Haiti, which lasted only from December 1, 1821 to February 9, 1822.
    More Details Hide Details This period is also known as the Ephemeral independence because it quickly ended two months later with the Unification of Hispaniola under the Haitian government. Shortly before these events, while Spain exercised a perfunctory rule over the east side of Hispaniola, Núñez de Cáceres pioneered the use of literature as a weapon for social protest and anti-colonial politics. He was also the first Dominican and criollo fabulist, and one of the first criollo storytellers in Spanish America. Many of his works appeared in his own satirical newspaper, El Duende, the second newspaper created in Santo Domingo.
  • 1815
    Age 42
    In 1815, while he devoted himself to politics, he returned to teaching in the old University of Santo Domingo.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1808
    Age 35
    In late 1808 after the Dominican reconquest by Spain, he returned to his homeland, where he wrote his famous song "The winners of Battle of Palo Hincado" in the action of November 7, 1808, and between the June 29, 1810 and May 7, 1813 he was appointed Lieutenant Governor, General Counsel and Government Service Judge Advocate General's Corps of the province of Santo Domingo.
    More Details Hide Details In 1812, ordered the issuance of paper money and adopted emergency measures. Núñez de Cáceres was involved in trouble with Lieutenant José Álvarez de Toledo, who had been appointed by the Spanish Central as Junta alternate deputy to the Cádiz Cortes. His revolutionary ideas were denounced by Núñez de Cáceres, President of the Courts. He based on two confidential letters that Álvarez de Toledo had sent to Juan Sánchez Ramírez. The Courts decided to prosecute Alvarez de Toledo, but he could not be found. It is known that in 1812 a manifesto printed in Philadelphia censuring the conduct of Cortes, Nuñez de Caceres think in tyranny that had and urged the American provinces to independencia. He Noted for his tenacity to Improve the Economic Situation of the colony, which was almost ruined. He had constant clashes with the authorities, especially with Juan Sánchez Ramírez. At his death, Núñez de Cáceres try occupy a position as Member of the Royal Audiencia of Quito, which was vacant, but he found great opposition in court and he did not get the work. Apparently this disappointment drove him to do revolutionary work for try bring the colony under the protectorate of Colombia. For ten years he tried to not climb to Court's in rise as creditor of their services. According to his biographer, Dr. Morilla, the failure of claimant was probably due to his enmity with Francisco Javier Caro, director of the Indies, because Núñez de Cáceres he entered in the political scene, after that a family member had passed to the island of Cuba on charges of conspiring in favor of Haiti.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1800
    Age 27
    It was in this city, where in August 1800, Núñez de Cáceres was appointed Rapporteur by Charles IV, which was not prevented from exercising their teacher profession.
    More Details Hide Details Núñez de Cáceres also served in tenure and advice from the government in Havana.
    At the end of the 18th century Núñez de Cáceres married Juana de Mata Madrigal Cordero and they had six children: the first, Pedro, was born in Santo Domingo on April 2, 1800, and last, Maria de la Merced, in the same city in 1816.
    More Details Hide Details When Ñúñez de Cáceres lived in Camagüey, Cuba, born others three children: José, the September 9, 1804; Francisco de Asis, September 15, 1805, and Gregorio, on June 8, 1809. After the Dominican hero's death, his disciple Simon de Portes, who moved with him to Mexico, made in the act of inhumaci of the remains of the great Dominican, a speech where he said: "Rare event: here, not far Padilla, which ceased to be the hero of Igualada, which sealed the independence of Mexico, Dominican gentleman dies almost hear the roar of the cannon of the unjust invading Anglo-time same as before his death this unfortunate hero rejoices with the nice idea that the inhabitants of Santo Domingo, after many battles, been driven from its territory to its oppressors... It is full of joy José Núñez de Cáceres with such a happy event, and as you stop the course of death gradually led him to the grave ".
  • 1795
    Age 22
    Despite early obstacles, at age 23, in 1795, Nuñez de Cáceres got the Civil Law degree, he formed a distinguished clientele, and he became a professor at the University of Santo Tomás de Aquino.
    More Details Hide Details In 1799, after transfer of the colony of Santo Domingo to France under the Treaty of Basel, the family moved to the Audiencia Real of Puerto Príncipe (now Camagüey), Cuba.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1772
    Born
    José Núñez de Cáceres Albor was born on March 14, 1772 (or 1779), in Santo Domingo.
    More Details Hide Details He was the son of 2ndLt. Francisco Núñez de Cáceres and María Albor. His mother died a few days after his birth. He was raised by his aunt María Núñez de Cáceres. Since his childhood, Núñez de Cáceres showed great love for his education but his father was a farmer and wanted his son to dedicate himself to also working the field. Núñez de Cáceres was raised in a very poor family. He had to study using the books of his classmates because he did not have all the books he needed. He earned some money helping his aunt sell the doves that an acquaintance hunted.
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