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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 (Volume 55)

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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 (Volume 55)

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 (Volume 55)

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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 (Volume 55)

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 (Volume 55)

Fuente : Internet Archive

Resultados : JUAN


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Maldonado de San-Pedro Martir, Juan (Joan), O.P-: life and labors, 15, 19-22,


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33, 244. Marinis, Juan Bautista (Domingo, 37, 91), O.P. (gen. of order): his election, 37,


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Gamboa (y Ganvoa), Capt. Juan (Joan, Span, officer): commands ship, 10, 234, 269, 31, 150, exped. to Camboja, 31, 150-152,


Página 134

205, 215, 353. Montoya, Juan (Jhoan) Baudsta (Baptista), de, O.S.A.: definitor, 34, 41, character,


Página 135

34, 86. Morales, Juan Bautista (Baptista) de, OJP.: life and labors, 32, 171, 190, 36, 219,


Página 184

Pacho, Capt. Juan (Joan, Span, official): at Cauit, 9, 281, ordered to cut rice, 10, 58, assaults native


Página 184

Pablo, Capt. Juan (Juan Pablo de Carrion?): his encom., 8, 137, his goods exported,


Página 184

207. Pacheco Maldonado, Capt Juan (Joan, Span, official): crimes charged to, 3, 2x0,


Página 193

Pardo (Pardos) de Losada, Juan (Joan, Span, officer): called Fa jar do by some writers, 17, 1x7, commands ship, 10,


Página 339

Roman, Juan Bautista (Baptista, factor and treas. in Phi L): urges precautions against and pursuit of Eng. pirates,


Página 340

(Rronquillo) del Castillo, Capt Juan (Jhoan, Joan, Span, officer and official, relative of Gonzalo): apptmta. and posts held by, 7,


Página 343

(Ruis) de Contreras, Fernando (Francisco, Joan Juan, Juan Fernando-all probably referring to same person, roy. sec*y): official acts, 14, 209,


Página 343

Ruiz de Escalona (Descalona), Juan (Joan, treas. of Phil., father of two preceding) : commended, 22, 277, deposition by, 23,


Página 344

Valderrama (Baldarrama, Balderramas), Licen. Juan (Francisco-probably mistranscription) de (oidor and fiscal of Manila Aud.): suit against, 26, 104, residencia, 20,


Página 353

Salzedo, Saucedo, Sauzedo), Capt. Juan (Joan, grandson of Legazpi, and brother of Felipe de Salcedo): appellation of, 3, 73, explorations,


Página 356

Sana, Juan Antonio (or Antonio Juan), S.J.: his labors, 35, 270, 36, 54.


Página 361

San-Geronimo (Jeronimo), Juan (Joan) de (Ree): life and labors, 31, 12, 117, 125, 130, 154, 179, 254, 264,


Página 362

San (Sant) Jos* (Joseph), Juan (Joan) de (Ree): life and labors, 31, 164, 229,


Página 363

also Bayumbayan. San-Juan Bautista, Agustin de (Ree): goes to Phil., 41, 202. San-Juan Bautista, Francisco de (Ree.): life


Página 363

Hosp.: St-John of God. San-Juan Evangelista, Diego de (Ree): sketch, 36, 247. San-Juan de Lian (estate): owned by S. Jos*


Página 365

284. San-Nicolis (Nicolas, Nicolis), Juan (Joan) de (Ree I): life and labors, 31, 164,


Página 366

Martir (Martyr or Maldonado), Juan (Joan) de, O.P.: life and labors,


Página 373

14, 159. Sarmiento, Capt. Juan (Joan, chancellor of Aud., son of Pedro): official act, ai, 93,


Página 388

4", 205, San (Sant) Juan (Joan), 3, X05, xii, 116, 118, 129- 143, 151, 154, 207, 209, 210, 240, 265,


Página 388

296, 300, S. Juan Bautista (Baptista), 17, in, 114, 1x7, 124, 144, 273, 274, 18, 38-41, 50, X73, 174, 188,


Página 399

Sidoti (Sidot, Sidotti), Juan Bautista (Baptista, abbot): life and labors, 38, 118,


Página 435

37, 150, 178. Tamayo, Juan (Joan) de, O.S.A.: 8, 215, 2x7. See Vega Tamayo. Tamayo, Pedro (Span, officer): in campaign


Página 437

Apalit, 38, 2x5. Tapia, Juan (Jhoan), O.S.A.: life and labors, 34, 67, 73, 109, 128, 159, 39, 263,


Página 439

Tello y Aguirre, Capt Juan (Joan): acts as envoy and ambassador, 10, 235, 268, 269, 288, 37, 141, commands ships,


Página 461

instructions, a, 297. Valderrama, Juan (Joan) de, O.S.A.: life and labors, 7, 314, 8, 214, 215, 217, 33,


Página 466

to Banta, 235. Vega, Juan (Joan) de la (Joan Manuel de la, 21, 161, Span, officer, son of Oidor Vega):


Página 467

Vega de Tamayo, Juan (Joan), O.S.A.: negotiadons in Japan, 15, 118, lao, returns to Manila, 255, sketch, 8, 217,


Página 469

Vera (Bera), Juan (Joan) Bautista (Baptista, Baristilla, q.v.t Bautistilla, gov. of Chin, in Manila): lives in Manila, 14,


Página 473

(Bilancio, Bilangio, Vilancio), Juan Bautista (Juan Domingo - Dominico), S.J.: life and labors, 25, 93, 26, 266, 267, 37, 226,


Página 483

Ximinez del Pino, Juan (Joan): his encom., 8, 104, alms by, 14, 164, 30, 182. Xipon: 3, 204. See


Página 488

Zamudio (Qamudio, <£amuzio), Capt Juan (Joan) de (Span, official): app. gen. of coast, 10, 46, his miss, to Chin, and


Página 489

Zubiaga (Cubiaga), Juan Bautista (Baptista) de (accountant and auditor): brings charges against Fran., 25, 248, 249, maligned in sermon,