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The Philippine islands, 1493-1803 : explorations by early navigators, descriptions of the islands and their peoples, their history and records of the Catholic missions, as related in contemporaneous books and manuscripts, showing the political, economic, commercial and religious conditions of those islands from their earliest relations with European nations to the beginning of the nineteenth century

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The Philippine islands, 1493-1803 : explorations by early navigators, descriptions of the islands and their peoples, their history and records of the Catholic missions, as related in contemporaneous books and manuscripts, showing the political, economic, commercial and religious conditions of those islands from their earliest relations with European nations to the beginning of the nineteenth century

The Philippine islands, 1493-1803 : explorations by early navigators, descriptions of the islands and their peoples, their history and records of the Catholic missions, as related in contemporaneous books and manuscripts, showing the political, economic, commercial and religious conditions of those islands from their earliest relations with European nations to the beginning of the nineteenth century

Fuente : Internet Archive

The Philippine islands, 1493-1803 : explorations by early navigators, descriptions of the islands and their peoples, their history and records of the Catholic missions, as related in contemporaneous books and manuscripts, showing the political, economic, commercial and religious conditions of those islands from their earliest relations with European nations to the beginning of the nineteenth century

The Philippine islands, 1493-1803 : explorations by early navigators, descriptions of the islands and their peoples, their history and records of the Catholic missions, as related in contemporaneous books and manuscripts, showing the political, economic, commercial and religious conditions of those islands from their earliest relations with European nations to the beginning of the nineteenth century

Fuente : Internet Archive

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Conde de Coruna: viceroy of N. Espana, 5, 31, 23, 227, cited, 5, 31.


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official) : a bookseller in N. Espana, 3, 211, apptd. to various offices, 2, 56, 89, 3, 278, 5, 32,


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Conde de Banos, viceroy of N. Espana): sketch, 37, 225.


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Phil, encom. while residing in N. Espana, 36, 148. See Legazpi, Melchor de.


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to Phil, from China and N. Espana, 16, 90, use, 15, 143, Chin, trade, 16, 180. Auchenia, 2, 34. See


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(Conde de Paredes, viceroy of N. Espana, 1680-86): favors Ree, 41, 203, 204, apptmt. by, 42, 213, his representations rdg.


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de Vlllamanrique, Villa-Manrrique, viceroy of N. Espana, 1585-90): succeeds Moya, 6, 66, prevents shipment of bricks, 7, 229, despatches ships,


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Antonio de, S.J.: prov'l of N. Espana, 12, 196.


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Ecc. Govt., city, cap. of N. Espana, 14, 101, city Cab., 2, 83, 5, 248, 12, 46, tribunal of accts.


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Mulattoes: in N. Espana, 2, 85, some Chin, resemble, 4, 50, should learn trades, 2, 85, skilful


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Nombre de Dios (city in N. Espana): a port of entry, 19, 104, 48, 335, other mention, 6, 207, 7,


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Mexico which evidently refer to N. Espana in general, rather than to Mexico alone.


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of Puebla, and visitador-gen. for N. Espana) June-Oct., 1642. Peralta, Gaston de, Marques de Falces, Sept., 1565-Oct., 1567. Peralta, Matias


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(Duque de Veraguas, viceroy of N. Espana): death, 43, 143.


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Civil: viceroys-of N. Espana, 3, 278, 279, 282, 4, 304, 316, 8, 52, 254, 9, 142, 230,


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of Mexico): becomes viceroy of N. Espana,


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Cerralvo, Cerralbo, tjerralbo, viceroy of N. Espana, 1624-35): succeeds Gelves, 22, 45, vindicates him, 20, 128, apptmts. by, 33, 79,


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(Marques de Falces, viceroy of N. Espana, 1566-69): Legazpi petitions, 3, 51-53, report sent to, 71, 72, sends Legazpi's relation


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de Serna, Juan (abp. of N. Espana): excommunicates viceroy, 20, 127.


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de la, S.J.: prov'l of N. Espana, 12, 195.


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de los Angeles (city in N. Espana): location, 14, 101, 21, 119, 29, 311, founded {ca. 1530), 31, 119, industries


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Of N. Espana (Mexico), 19, 249, 250, 22, 271, 27, 138, 28, 116, 44, 297.


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trib. paid by natives of N. Espana, 3, 258, 267, 6, 255, 8, 34, 159, 48, 246, 50, 98, Moriscos


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and com. of Phil, and N. Espana), 5, 29, 208, 237, 6, 204, 260, 289, 313, 8, 172, 173, 9,


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between Phil. Is. and N. Espana (collec. at Acapulco), 6, 163, 312, 313, 7, 148,


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Of N. Espana, 3, 130, 131, 247, 280, 282, 284, 4, 86, 7, 66, 67, 264,


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granted permission to live in N. Espana, 9, 253, 14, 65, 66, ordered to return to Phil., 9, 253, builds


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his treatment by officials of N. Espana, 311, complains of false reports made against him, 311, 312, needs educated ass't,


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Lenox, 49, 44, 55, 56, Leona de Espana (La), 3, 233, Leon Negro (Black Lion), 18, 70,


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(Sacatul, Socatula, Zocatula, vill. in N. Espana): gall, passes, 16, 205, on old maps, 206.


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Silks, the industry in N. Espana, 1, 69, 27, 199, 203, 29, 77, 30, 68, 69, 71, 75, 98,


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to discover return route to N. Espana, and his return thither, 2, 99, 124, 129, 176, 214, 3, 52, 129,


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Licen. - (roy. visitor to N. Espana): signs instructions, 2, 297. Valderrama, Juan (Joan) de, O.S.A.: life and labors, 7,


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Valero, -: official in N. Espana, 3, 134.


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Zacatecas (dist. of N. Espana) : recruits raised in, 22, 237.