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In Spain, commander of the recent abortive Carlist uprising executed by firing squad

Spain and Portugal, 1857, zoomable map
04/19/1860
A Carlist uprising in Spain had begun two weeks earlier with the landing of rebel General Ortega and the Carlist pretender, Carlos, Count Montemolin, together with his brother Ferdinand, on the northern coast.  At Tortosa, Ortega declared Montemolin as King Don Carlos I.  The rising ended soon after when Ortega's troops proclaimed themselves loyal to sitting Queen Isabella and arrested their general and the two royal claimants.  Ortega was shot for treason on April 19, 1860.  (By John Osborne)    
Source Citation: 
The Rambler, Volume III New Series (London: Burns and Lambert, 1860), 279.

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