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Correspondence of governor Fayni and viceroy Bucareli

Serial Number: 
041-01136
Title: 
Correspondence of governor Fayni and viceroy Bucareli
Author(s): 
Fayni, Josef
Author(s): 
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria
Date: 
01-03-1776
Date: 
12-12-1776
Documentation: 
Mexico/Durango. January 3 - December 12, 1776. 27p. Letter, drafts. Original, signed
Summary: 
Concerns certification of mines compliance; poor conditions at mission of Nabogame (few details);appointment of Barri as governor; return of Fayni to Spain; case against Gutierrez of Mapimi (involving commerce); appointment of Alcaldes and other officials at Saltillo; Indian depredations and defenses at Santa Rosa; case of Bustamente; use of prisoners from Durango in hard labor; and various minor related legal matters. (J. Williams, April 1987)
Persons: 
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria
Persons: 
Fayni, Josef
Persons: 
Barasco, Josef
Persons: 
Llanta, Manuel
Persons: 
Villagra, Manuel Angulo (Fray)
Persons: 
Diego de Arriola (General)
Persons: 
Galvez, Joseph
Persons: 
Bari, Felipe
Persons: 
Barri, Felipe (Teniente Coronel)
Persons: 
Gutierrez de Celis, Francisco
Persons: 
Landin, Juan
Persons: 
Herrera, Joseph Antonio
Persons: 
Diaz Brazo, Joseph Vicente (Fray)
Persons: 
Bustamente, Antonio Bernardo (Capitan)
Persons: 
Rusi, Pedro
Places: 
Estano (Minas de)
Places: 
Mexico
Places: 
Durango
Places: 
Nabogane (Mission)
Places: 
Chihuahua (Provincia)
Places: 
Nueba Vizcaya
Places: 
Mapimi (Real)
Places: 
Saltillo (Villa)
Places: 
Chihuahua
Places: 
Santa Rosa de Cosiguriachi (Real)
Places: 
Nueva Vizcaya
Places: 
Peru
Places: 
Guajoquilla (Presidio)
Places: 
Parras
First Location: 
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 043 ff. 422-439
Original Location: 
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 043 ff. 422-439
Language: 
Spanish
Reference Number: 
4300084
Rights: 
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