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Correspondence concerning military and religious corruption in Nueva Vizcaya

Serial Number: 
041-02473
Title: 
Correspondence concerning military and religious corruption in Nueva Vizcaya
Author(s): 
Cuellar, Lope de
Author(s): 
Virrey (?)
Author(s): 
Cadaval, Manuel
Date: 
01-25-1768
Date: 
04-11-1768
Documentation: 
Chiguagua, Tubars, San Miguel. January 25, 1768-April 11, 1768. 110p. Letters.
Summary: 
Correspondence concerning complaints by Cuellar of disobedience of Alcalde mayor of Batopilas regarding appointment of Indian governors and generals; also about abuses committed by Jesuits against Indians, taking their land and cattle (letters by Cadaval and Nicolas confirming this point). Cuellar petitions to leave his office after conclusion of war due to civil and religious corruption in Nueva Vizcaya. Mention of importance of distributing cattle among mew inhabitants of frontiers, also mention of importance of buffer zones in war against enemies. (M. Vasquez, June 1988)
Persons: 
Cuellar, Lope de (Capitan)
Persons: 
Cadaval, Manuel (Misionero)
Persons: 
Nicolas (General)
Persons: 
Munoz, Manuel de
Persons: 
Ybieta, Juan de
Persons: 
Abila, Juan de (Teniente)
Persons: 
Orquido, Manuel
Persons: 
Cuellar, Francisco (Subteniente)
Places: 
Tubares, San Miguel
Places: 
Parral
Places: 
Parras
Places: 
Tarahumara
Places: 
Tepehuana
Places: 
Durango
Places: 
Satebo (Mision)
Places: 
San Ignacio
Places: 
Botopilas
Places: 
Chiguagua
Ethnic Groups: 
Tarahumaras
First Location: 
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 098 ff. 218-263
Original Location: 
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 098 ff. 218-263
Language: 
Spanish
Notes: 
Document on ff. 218-221 out of order. Ff. 226 repeated twice. Ff.232 repeated twice. Document on ff.231 continues on ff. 233. Appears in PI guide as exp. 1
Reference Number: 
9800006
Rights: 
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