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Serial Number: 
041-04411
Title: 
mui reservado. He recivido el oficio del 15 de octubre ultimo de usted y los documentos que le acompanan...
Author(s): 
Imaz y Altolaguirre, Andres de
Author(s): 
Belaunzaran, Ygnacio de
Author(s): 
Others
Date: 
08-29-1792
Date: 
10-19-1799
Documentation: 
Monterrey. October 21, 1799-April 11, 1801. 34p. Informe, letter. Original, signed, copies.
Summary: 
Imaz y Altolaguirre's informe discusses 5 points surrounding the building of the cathedral in Monterrey and the bishop's desire to move the episcopal seat to Saltillo which he (Imaz y Altolaguirre) felt obliged to disclose to the unnamed recipient of the informe. The discussion changes, however, due to Llanos y Valdes' death. Borbon said that the cathedral begun in Monterrey (See preceeding folios of Vol. 196) should be completed. The discussion surrounding the building of the cathedral, Hospital and convent continues with mention of the amounts of money already spent (ff.225). (S. Langmack, April 1990)
Persons: 
Imaz y Altolaguirre, Andres de
Persons: 
Guerra, Andres
Persons: 
Llanos y Valdes, Andres de (Obispo)
Persons: 
Borbon
Persons: 
Belaunzaran, Ygnacio de
Places: 
Monterrey (Ciudad)
Places: 
Saltillo (Villa)
Places: 
Nuevo Reyno de Leon
Places: 
San Luis Potosi (Intendencia)
Places: 
Santa Maria de Llera (Villa)
Places: 
San Carlos (Villa)
Places: 
Pesqueria (Valle)
First Location: 
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 196 ff. 210-227 (Approx)
Original Location: 
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 196 ff. 210-227 (Appro
Language: 
Spanish
Notes: 
Some pages very faded. Folios unnumbered. This series of documents begins with the phrase found in the title above.
Reference Number: 
19600013
Rights: 
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