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The Resource Mexico City and Spanish government manuscripts and miscellaneous : 1628-1823, (manuscript)

Mexico City and Spanish government manuscripts and miscellaneous : 1628-1823, (manuscript)

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Mexico City and Spanish government manuscripts and miscellaneous : 1628-1823
Title
Mexico City and Spanish government manuscripts and miscellaneous
Title remainder
1628-1823
Subject
Genre
Language
spa
Summary
Collection of documents varies widely. Documents include the following: papal documents, apostolic briefs, lists of indulgences, lists of assignments in new provinces, correspondence concerning affairs and operating directives at various missions, royal correspondence including proclamations with local interpretations, documents dealing with routine proceedings at various mission, a play entitled "Miracle Play" written in Nahuatl by Joseph Joachim de Anza, and a map of New Spain
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GTX
Index
no index present
Language note
Spanish
Literary form
non fiction
Mexico City and Spanish government manuscripts and miscellaneous : 1628-1823, (manuscript)
Label
Mexico City and Spanish government manuscripts and miscellaneous : 1628-1823, (manuscript)
Publication
Note
  • Manuscript 3 has severe book worm damage and all pages have dark stains from unknown liquid
  • Title from Academy of American Franciscan History
  • Manuscript in file folder 3 has severe book worm damage and dark stains fom unknown liquid
  • Manuscripts in file folders 10 and 17 are stored with AAFH flat manuscripts in Rare Size 9
  • Manuscript in file folder 3 is the handwritten play in Nahuatl
  • Manuscript in file folder 10 is a map of New Spain (Mexico and Gulf of Mexico) from 1769 (printed in 1770) (Currently undergoing conservation)
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Contents
  • [File] 1. Papal documents, printed with signatures and seal, March 10, 1628 -- [File] 2. Royal letters of Charles II of Spain, handwritten with royal seal, 1676 -- [File] 3. Miracle Play in Nahuatl written by Joseph Joachim de Anza, Oaxtepec, April, 1692 -- [File] 4. Royal letters (3 items), manuscript and printed, 1657-1697 -- [File] 5. Royal Letters of Philip V of Spain (2 items), manuscript and printed, October 23, 1741 and 1742
  • [File] 6. One printed decree of Indulgences dated January 28, 1688, one manuscript with elaborate seal dated september 12, 1771, and one manuscript dated November 17 1755 -- [File] 7. Apostolic brief of Pope Benedict XIV, confirming title of Our Lady of Guadalupe as principal patroness of New Spain, written in Rome dated May 25, 1754 (officialy translated to Spanish on September 15, 1756)
  • [File] 8. Tabula de Capitolo de la Provincia de S. Augustin, Mexico, manuscript with printing, April 15, 1758 -- [File] 9. List of assignments for various provinces (5 items), manuscript and printed with seal and signatures 1755-1759 -- [File] 10. Map of New Spain, printed, 1769 (printed in 1770) -- [File] 11. Viceroy Marques de Croix to Francisco Anmtonio de Lorenzana (Archbishop of Mexico City), Mexico, August 23, 1771
  • [File] 12. Josef Antonio Arochea to Francisco Antonio de Lorenzana, correspondence, Mexico, October 26, 1771 -- [File] 13. Don Francisco Antonio de Lorenzana (Archbishop of Mexico City) to Viceroy Marques de Croix, correspondence, September 4, 1772 -- [File] 14. Printed letter of the King, Aranjuez, May 16, 1785
  • [File] 15. Josʹe de Gʹalvez (Minister of Colonies) written from the Royal Palace of Aranjuez to the Royal Audiencia of Mexico, approving measures to ship 1,030,000 pesos to Spain, May 18, 1785 -- [File] 16. Royal Patent signed by King Charles III of Spain and Joseph de Gʹalvez (Minister of Colonies), manuscript and printed with seal, Aranjuez, June 11, 1785 -- [File] 17. Statistics del Real Patronato de O.F.M. (detail of the King's patronage, an annual report of sorts), printed, 1786
  • [File] 18. Conde de Flordiblanca to the Bishop of Puebla (Mexico), announcing the death of Josʹe de Gʹalvez on June 17th, Aranjuez,June 23, 1787 -- [File] 19. Royal letter from Charles III (King of Spain) to the Bishop of Puebla de Los Angeles, Mexico, November 6, 1787 -- [File] 20. Passport for Carlos Coten (soldier), manuscript with print and seal, Havana, March 3, 1789
  • [File] 21. Circular letter to the missions of Nuevo Mexico, January 7, 1801 -- [File] 22. A royal commission appointing Bernardo Garcia (an officer of the dragoons) signed by the King, manuscript and print, Aranjuez, February 18, 1808 -- [File] 23. Settlement upon the price of candles in Atlixco, May 21, 1813
  • [File] 24. Certificates of cargo (2 identical printed and manuscript) for 580 pesos and 2 reales, along with an unidentifed piece of manuscript, Puebla, December 30, 1816 -- [File] 25. Description of the Curato de San Andres Ahuatelco, manuscript with small map detail, February 28, 1822 -- [File] 26. Gobierno de la Mitra de Sonora (4 items), July 16, 1823 -- [File] 27. Manuscript bearing King's seal, Atlixco, December 28, 1823
Control code
52788180
Dimensions
39 x 27 x 7 cm
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Extent
1 box (27 items)
Governing access note
For use only in the Archives/Special Collections Reading Room in Copley Library
Ownership
  • On permanent loan to Copley Library, University of San Diego, from the Academy of American Franciscan History
  • Individual items collected and organzied by the Academy of American Franciscan History
Terms governing use
Reproduction or publication of substantial portions of this work may be undertaken only with the prior written approval of the Academy of American Franciscan History

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