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Fernando Quadrado's documents 1750-1824
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Miguel de Mueras, Coronel of Puerto Rico, writes recommendation letter for Quadrado 1779 December 26.
On the responsibilities of lawyers and the practice of "recusacion" 1776 April 17.
Josef Carlos de Aguero, Governor of Venezuela, writes recommendation letter for Quadrado 1776 May 12.
Letter details Quadrado breaking the military legal exemption 1776 October 12.
Trial of Josef de Rivas, officer of the colored militia 1776 October 14.
Official account of the Rivas vs. Quadrado dispute 1776 October 10.
Copy of Governor of Venezuela's recommendation letter for Quadrado 1776 May 12.
Asking for letters of recommendation 1776 March 29.
Fernando Quadrado's curriculum vitae requesting an official position 1793 December 4.
King Charles IV appoints Quadrado "oidor" of Lima 1796 November 26.
Don Francisco Robledo is transferred to Spain 1779 March 4.
Quadrado's acceptance and reception as "oidor" of Lima 1798 January 4.
Copy of Quadrado's acceptance and reception as "oidor" of Lima 1798 January 4.
Fernando Quadrado's will and testament 1823 October 25.
Announcement of Fernando Quadrado's death 1823 October 29.
Melchor Benitez requests documents related to Quadrado's inheritance 1824 January 5.
Quadrado must present proof of nobility and genealogy 1795 September 11.
Detailed list of the precise documents Quadrado needs to prove nobility 1803 November 17.
Quadrado is accepted into the Spanish Order of Charles III 1804 May 26.
Don Francisco Xavier Manzanos to remain "oidor" of Chacras 1818 November 20.
Francisco Gil from Quito writes letter to Fernando Quadrado 1791 August 20.
Bernardino Villalta requests permission to establish a confraternity undated.
Dispute and delineation of Convento de Guia landholdings 1814 October 27.
Quadrado wins legal dispute against Don Rafael Fuentes 1813 June 12.
Quadrado asks state to pardon his debt 1823 May 24.
Prior of Guia unable to receive monthly allowance 1811 June 13.
Convent of Guia lands will be consolidated after 150 year lease 1811 June 17.
Quadrado requests payment salary from José de San Martín 1821 November 7.
Asking Simón Bolivar for indemnity payments 1822 January 22.
Requesting back payments from José de San Martín 1822 July 17.
Fernando Quadrado owes 2000 pesos to the state 1819 August 17.
Reclaiming mulatto slave that joined Rudesindo Alvarado's forces 1822 January 16.
Expense book related to purchase of cacao from Guayaquil 1820 May 19.
Doctor Baltasar Villalobos treats Quadrado for several illnesses 1821 September 22.
Scribes certify Doctor Villalobos' medical accreditation 1821 September 26.
Letter to judges concerning the settlement of a debt undated.
Arrival of shipment of tin aboard an American frigate 1802 June 14.
Letter from Taranco seeking settlement of a debt with Quadrado 1818 July 31.
Quadrado's declaration of faith and prayer undated.
Will and testament of Fernando Quadrado 1808 August.
Soliciting remuneration of an 8200 peso debt 1823 July 26.
Contribution of 50 monthly pesos insufficient for Quadrado's health 1823 May 6.
Real Convento de San Francisco requests funds to repair church 1815 December 13.
Appointment of a new treasurer for Monte Pio de Animas 1820 March 15.
Don Juan Gaston owes Monte Pio de Animas 5000 pesos 1820 February 22.
Count of San Isidro clears his name from legal dispute undated.
Don Miguel Fernando Ruis pays 660 peso "alcabala" tax before 1819 November 20.
Alcabala complications due to death of scribe 1819 November 20.
Widow of scribe must present "alcabala" documentation 1819 November 23.
Justo Mendoza's widow presents evidence before Quadrado 1820 January 27.
Fernando Ruiz requests "autos" back from Mendoza's widow 1822 December 22.
Appraisal of Manuel Menacho's property and debts after 1819 February.
Fernando Quadrado auctions Portal de Guia property 1819 August 12.
Lorenzo Momblan purchases slave from the Count of Premio Real 1804 October 13.
Lorenzo Momblan sells slave to Juan de Salamanca 1804 September 16.
Lucas Muñoz y Cubero sells slave to Antonio del Portillo 1804 October 9.
Fernando Quadrado buys the slave Juan de Dios 1818 June 12.
Naming of chaplains for the Chapel of Jacinto Pascal 1775 November 14.
Funeral rites administered to Doña Rosa Pascal 1789 July 19.
Looking for heirs to Jacinto Pascal's chapellancy and house 1787 July 30.
Francisco Joseph Benites claims property of the chapel 1787 August 1.
Benites establishes right to charge back rent 1787 August 8.
Benites awards Antonio Mexia power of attorney 1812 December 22.
Mexia contests Rafael Fuentes' illicit claim to house 1813 May 18.
Fernando Quadrado requests Mexia to prove his claims 1813 May 20.
Rafael Fuentes asks Quadrado to present ownership papers ca. 1813.
Both parties request each other's documents 1813 September 4.
Bernardo Sofia owes Quadrado 150 pesos 1822 December 4.
Importation of slaves and other merchandise to South American ports 1807 September 17.
Disturbances caused by women frequenting men-only public bathrooms 1815 January 29.
Jose Leandro Yupanqui claims a "finca" property after 1813.
Count of Premio equates cacao production with slave importation 1807 August 22.
Letter to Viceroy for relaxed entry of slaves and merchandise 1801 February 6.
Don Manuel Menacho requests exemption from "alcabala" tax 1818 December 7.
Maria Gutierrez de Quebedo sells house to Miguel Fernando Ruiz 1812 October 22.
Manuel Pardo solicits financial books to be sent to San Bartolome Hospital 1816 November 21.
Number and type of patients treated at Hospital de San Bartolome 1816 September 5.
Manuel Pardo reiterates request for Hospital books 1816 August 19.
Copy of royal decree authorizing inspection visits to Hospitals 1815 October 11.
Wages and expenditures for the Hospital de San Bartolome 1816 August 28.
Manuel Pardo has not yet received Hospital account books 1816 July 15.
Hospital administrator's illness delays inspector's visit 1816 May 31.
Manuel Pardo announces his visit to Hospital board 1816 May 20.
Several important financial books are missing from Hospital records 1816 November 8.
On the dissolution of the Hospital's brotherhood "Hermandad" 1816 September 19.
Don Joaquin Lostra posses several Hospital records up to 1811 1816 October 21.
Correspondence between Manuel Pardo and Jose Feyt 1816 October.
Postponement of Hospital's administrative elections 1816 September 6.
Manuel de Yrionagoena owes Bernardo Roca 3705 pesos 1804 April 23.
Inventory of Don Ignacio Quijano's property 1797 August 19.
Quito city council reads Ignacio Quijano's testament 1797 September 2.
Copy of Quijano's previous testament and documents 1797 September 2.
Fernando Quadrado is awarded title of lawyer, "Abogado" 1770 May 21.
Early family document. Mentions both of Quadrado's parents by name. 1750 November 1.
Shipment of cacao being transported from Guayalquil to Cadiz 1816 October 9.
Business dealings between Quadrado and the Consulate 1821 June 9.
Contract between Quadrado and the "Compañia de los Cincos Gremios Mayores” 1819 December 2.
Count of Premio owes Fernando Quadrado 12800 pesos 1805 April 26.
Quadrado involved in shipment from Veracruz to Cadiz 1823 April 2.
18th and 19th century mining documents 1660-1820 (bulk 1788-1813)
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Pedro Miralles asks for Baron von Nordenflicht for financial books of his properties undated.
Miralles explains nature of his relationship with Pedro Espinosa 1803 May 13.
Copy of 1793 letter written by Nordenflicht to Miralles 1803 February 18.
Anonymous defendant explains how he will proceed in trial undated.
Miralles' reaction to owing Espinosa 785 pesos 1803 April 23.
On Chanca mine's auctioning due to fiscal debt 1803 February 28.
Case summary of judicial proceedings before the Royal Mining Tribunal 1794 April 23.
Letter to minister Diego Bardoqui summarizes trouble with the mine 1794 February 23.
Bellavista mine silver production financial charts 1791 August 6.
Bardoqui informs Pedro Miralles of the king's support for his cause 1794 January 12.
Viceroy de la Croix correspondence with Joseph Coquette de Gallardo 1785-1789.
Dispute about mules between Coquette and Juan Bauptista 1797 July.
Bernardo Robles to replace Juan Gonzales as money collector 1797 July.
Joseph Coquette's transfer request is rejected by Manuel Pallas 1796 April 15.
Letter to Viceroy Francisco Gil Lemos asking for an official post 1793 May 25.
Copy of previous letter to Viceroy Gil Lemos 1793 May 25.
Juan de Bordanave asks Juan de Sabugo for previous mercury contracts 1785 June.
Signed receipts of mercury sales between Bordanave and Sabugo 1785-1786.
Bordanave presents evidence for Huancavelica mercury prices for 1784 1787 May.
Bordanave accuses Sabugo of overcharging him for mercury purchase 1790 February 25.
Juan de Bordanave wins case against Juan de Sabugo 1790 April 28.
Pedro Miralles has his debt pardoned by Juan de Bordanave 1794 December 4.
Pedro Zelada requests certification of San Miguel de Bella Luz sugar mill purchase 1795 December 3.
Report of 1788 measurement of Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria mine 1813 September 30.
Replacements for Marcelino Fernandez de Malpartida are authorized 1808 December 29.
Copy of 1788 letter enabling Baron von Nordenflicht to set sail for Buenos Aires 1795 December 15.
Royal contract for von Nordenflicht's Peruvian mining expedition 1792 February 16.
Von Nordenflicht amends several aspects of the royal contract 1792 March 9.
King ratifies the contract as amended by von Nordenflicht 1792 March 9.
List of wages to be awarded to the Baron and his expedition 1792 February 8.
Copy of the contract awarded to the von Nordenflicht's expedition 1791 December 15.
Details in regard to the Baron's takeover of the Cachirin mine 1792 February 24.
Joseph Coquette requests laborers for the Royal Minery's school 1787 December 12.
Chart of indigenous settlements' proximity and reasons to secure their labor 1788 June 10.
Royal Mining Tribunal does not sanction Coquette's labor request 1788 Junio 28.
Tribunal and Coquette present differing labor claims to Viceroy 1788 July 4.
"Mita" registers for the Huancavelica mercury mines 1788 July 5.
General tribute accountant opposes Coquette's request of 300 "mitayos" 1788 July 18.
District "Protector" recurs to a law prohibiting excessive indigenous work 1788 July 19.
Authorizing provisional draft of labor only for vagabonds and single men 1788 July 19.
Viceroy De Croix grants Joseph Coquette 67 Indians for two years 1788 July 24.
Tribute official provides "mita" information for Guaylas and Conchucos 1788 Agosto 8.
Lieutenant of Farma will proceed with the Viceroy's instructions 1788 Agosto 13.
Report on how Indians are fleeing their homes to avoid labor draft 1789 July 4.
Caxacay and Changas workers escaped during the night 1789 July 7.
District protector explains reasons for the workers' abandonment 1789 July 24.
Mitayos will be taken back to the mine and paid for their services 1789 July 24.
Pedro Miralles writes viceroy for renewed support and more Indian workers 1789 September 11.
Tribute official suggests drafting vagabonds and other "lazy" people 1789 September 16.
Order to follow the viceroy's instructions 1789 October 6.
Viceroyal decree awarded to Miralles in order to enforce the draft 1789 November 1.
172 "mitayos" to be recruited from districts of Guaylas and Conchucos 1789 November 3.
Guaylas and Conchucos officials notified of viceroyal decree 1789 November 15.
Certification that "Mita" dossier corresponds to the original 1790 January 8.
Joseph Coquette requests a copy of August 8, 1788 document 1795 February 14.
Deonicio Francisco Gil reforms the Royal Minery Tribunal 1790 October 7.
Coquette recounts the history of Cachirin mine as preamble to lawsuit 1797 March 18.
Letter to Francisco Gil questioning von Nordenflicht's absence 1791 April 20.
Baron lacks funds to make the trip out to Cachirin mine 1792 April 24.
Census of all the inhabitants" of all classes" in the Bellavista Hacienda 1805 February 22.
Tribute list for natives and vagabond workers in Bellavista for 1791 1791 February 16.
Tribute list for natives and vagabond workers in Bellavista for 1801 1801 October 13.
Register of annual and semester tribute for province of Cajatambo 1804 January 30.
Physical description of Chanca mine for Coquette's project undated.
Melchora Gomes awards power of attorney to her son Julian Pando 1774 October 5.
Hilario Pando inherits Ocruschaca mine from his mother 1774 December 20.
Ocruschaca mine transference includes Bellavista plantation undated.
Julian Pando authorizes transfer of property to his brother Hilario 1774 December 28.
Cajatambo official ratifies the Pando's inheritance transaction 1775 January 2.
Joseph Guafazco asks for an musical instructor for town of Nava 1733 November 21.
Antonio del Villar names Bartholome Yndio teacher for Nava 1733 May 29.
Pedro Miralles, as deputy of Cajatambo, to prosecute Pedro Herrera 1818 November 21.
Marcelino Fernandez to have his property mortgaged and repossessed 1821 January 2.
Pedro Miralles is named provisional deputy for the province of Cajatambo 1808 January 21.
Coquette and Miralles look into purchase of abandoned Hacienda Bellavista 1789 July 9.
Julian Pando contacted in relation to the hacienda's purchase 1789 August 9.
Authorization to carry out assessment of Bellavista's worth 1789 August 25.
Inventory and assessment of Hacienda Bellavista's market value 1790 February 13.
Coquette and Miralles acquire property for price of 995 pesos 1790 July 8.
Notarized receipt for the purchase of Hacienda Bellavista 1790 August 3.
Joseph Coquette appointed to Mining Tribunal by royal decree 1791 February 18.
Copy of viceroy's letter requesting voluntary Indian labor 1790 April 26.
Explanation of documents enclosed in von Nordenflicht's dossier 1792 June 11.
Joseph Coquette asks for a pension due to mine's poor production 1796 April 16.
Inventory of Chanca mine as returned by Carlos Griespach 1792 December 24.
Inventory of Cachirin mine upon its return by von Nordenflicht 1792 December 22.
Joseph Coquette on the ruin of Cachirin mine 1792 December 15.
Jose Ferri fails to return a suitcase with Coquette's personal possessions 1792 December 15.
On Christiano Grispach's role in the disappearance of precious metals 1792 December 17.
Pedro Miralles asks for documents held by von Nordenflicht's employees 1792 November 12.
Juan Yriarte and Pedro Velez lawsuit over theft of valuable metals 1792 December 24.
Mestizo and Indian workers sue Grispach for unpaid wages 1792 December 19.
Account of money and wages received by Juan Burastegui's labor 1792 August 14.
Joseph Coquette sues for the replacement of finished wood products 1792 December 19.
Christiano Grispach accused of theft and breaking roof of warehouse 1792 December 22.
On Mariano Vera's suspicious purchase of mercury from an hacienda 1792 December 22.
Theft and disappearance of silver marks by orders of Grispach 1792 December 19.
Royal decrees 1619-1812 (bulk 1772-1776)
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Tithes to be paid by religious orders in the provinces of Peru 1619 August 24.
Phelipe Nunez sued for theft of fruits from a "chacara" in Guanuco 1623 June 2.
Juan Luis de Berrio awarded the title of "Marqués" 1657 February 8.
Recommendation and provision for Don Joseph de Buendia 1663 May 30.
Juan de Buendia y Pastrana receives provision from the King 1683 December 2.
Juan de Soto y Temporal accepted into the order of Alcantara 1694 October 21.
Copy of Soto y Temporal's royal decree for the order of Alcantara 1694 September 23.
Duque de Palata's register of viceroyal decrees for Peru 1680-1688.
Local "Corregidores" and justices must remain and serve in their districts 1758 September 7.
Collection of registers for the Prince of Saint Bono and Mr. Morcillo 1713-1734.
Duque de Albuquerque investigates clergy's role in Guanajuato mines 1705 March 7.
Franciscans negligence towards indigenous community of Papayan 1722 February 2.
Joseph de Antequera's involucrated with Franciscans' misbehavior 1733 September 9.
King disapproves of Thomas Jijon's attempt to beatify Azucena de Quito 1757 May 10.
Decree forbidding documents to be extracted from royal offices 1764 October 16.
Dispute between San Juan Baptista and San Cristobal royal colleges 1770 May 11.
Actions of Jesuit missionaries in Paraguay complicate state actions 1751 August 24.
Crown determines projects for the proper settlement of Chile 1795 November 23.
Encomenderos of Chile will only have Indian labor for three months a year 1759 March 31.
Reprimanding Chile's government officials for excessive expenses 1759 February 18.
Cover page for the authorized copies of royal decrees in the volume after 1776.
Priests receive excessive benefits from religious synods 1772 February 1.
Guidelines for judges specializing in trans-Atlantic inheritance disputes 1772 January 31.
On the proper redistribution of confiscated goods and property 1772 March 26.
Scribe admonished for letter sent to king on "common" paper 1772 August 3.
Local "corregidores" officials must establish their residency in Peru 1772 November 8.
Crown decides to officially grant title of scribe to a local administrator 1772 November 8.
Cuzco officials exceeded their right to indigenous encomienda labor 1772 December 25.
Prohibiting individuals with debt to the Crown from being elected 1773 April 1.
Re-establishment of bankrupt slaving company based in Cadiz 1773 May 1.
Extending "hidalgo" status to Ignacio de Zepeda and his 8 brothers 1773 May 13.
Establishing order by which officials would substitute the viceroy 1773 June 4.
Spanish accountant in the Philippines to marry indigenous woman 1773 July 3.
Amending abuses related to the sale of royal offices in the Indies 1773 July 27.
Prelates cause great harm to the indigenous groups of Argentina 1773 July 10.
Clarification as to when nobles must pay the "derecho de lanzas" 1773 July 30.
Royal officials must receive authorization to marry in their districts 1773 August 16.
Decree establishes the equality of the Council of Indies with Castile 1773 September 13.
Those seeking royal confirmation must present relevant documentation 1773 September 19.
King allows the introduction of foreign linens to the Indies 1773 September 20.
On the expulsion of the Jesuit order from Spanish America 1773 October 12.
Members of American religious orders do not follow court protocol 1773 October 14.
Decree reiterates upholding the will of Jacinto Pedro Anglés 1773 November 2.
Papal bull from 1772 delimits ecclesiastical immunity and asylum 1773 October 30.
Litigants may only have a maximum of three lawyers in court 1773 November 18.
Harsher penalties related to numerous rebellions in Cartagena 1774 March 10.
Doña Josefa Castañeda denounces Provisor of Peru to the King 1774 March 6.
Audiencia of Lima takes action against the Provisor and Vicar of Peru 1774 August 26.
Provisor receives royal decree and agrees to comply with orders 1774 October 12.
The Marqués of Santiago is to be received in the Lima Audience 1776 December 24.
Forbidding officials to renounce their posts before end of their term 1774 August 22.
Guidelines for the collection of the tithe in cathedrals of the Indies 1774 October 24.
Prohibiting family members to work together in Duty houses 1775 January 20.
Celebrations for birth of King's grandchild, the infant Doña Carlona 1775 May 13.
Voiding coerced testaments that bequeath property to the Church 1771 August 18.
Previous decree directed towards abuses of the Mexican Consilium 1775 August 18.
Lima Audience will abide by decrees related to proper testaments 1776 March 13.
Royal officials receive one-third of salary upon retirement in Spain 1775 November 29.
New guidelines for requesting royal confirmation of official posts 1775 December 5.
King request information on the territories of Tucumán (Argentina) 1775 December 9.
Report on the state of the six cities of Tucumán and Río de la Plata 1776 February 11.
Crown orders ecclesiastical justices to temper their "a divinis" rulings 1776 February 11.
"Corregidores" will not receive full salary or serve more than 2 years 1776 February 9.
Proper procedure for naming of interim corregidores and alcaldes 1758 July 11.
Regulation of founding families' control of chapellancies in Mexico 1776 March 18.
Expansion in the number of governmental ministers for the Indies 1776 April 8.
Pope Pius VI prohibits discussion on the "extinction" of Jesuit order 1777 March 27.
American wives to keep property of deceased foreign spouses 1777 February 22.
Juan Sancho Davila and Nicolas de Salazar exchange houses 1776 Agosto 19.
Joseph de Galvez tobacco plantation model to be imitated 1776 June 5.
Viceroy of Santa Fe dismisses royal decree in favor of local "fiscal" 1778 July 2.
Renunciation of Guatemalan scribe prompts official job reforms 1787 November 6.
King reprimands Lima Council and Viceroy for excessive expenses 1781 September 7.
Intendencia de Puno to be included in the Audiencia de Cuzco 1793 January 4.
King awards honorable title "Real Orden Española de Carlos III" 1794 April 9.
Dispute over replacement of bishop Pedro Chaves de la Rosa 1810 September 25.
Uninterrupted register of royal mandates and decrees 1778-1812.
Pedro Miralles documents 1718-1821 (bulk 1789-1821)
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Cover page for Pedro Miralles' dossier of his plantations ca. 1792.
Miralles asks subdelegate to formalize turnover of his properties 1792 September 9.
Absent subdelegate suggests naming other witnesses in his place 1792 September 27.
Subdelegate unable to arrive due to dangerous case of colitis 1792 October 4.
Miralles asks von Nordenflicht for an inventory and financial books 1792 October 9.
Bernardo Victoria opposes appointment of overseeing subdelegate 1792 October 27.
Pedro Suarez confirmed as subdelegate for turnover proceedings 1792 October 22.
Absence of administrator impossibilitates turnover of Hacienda Bellavista 1792 October 23.
Bernardo Victoria accused of maliciously delaying transfer of properties 1792 November 14.
Victoria complies to transfer but has already disposed of silver 1792 November 15.
Victoria claims he is unable to travel and attend meeting due to illness 1792 November 15.
Victoria holds Antonio Zacarias Helmer for mismanagement of Bellavista 1792 November 18.
Viceroy orders Victoria to submit quarterly reports on hacienda operations 1792 November 23.
Hacienda Bellavista's inventory after von Nordenflicht's administration 1792 November 17.
Miralles asks von Nordenflicht to account for many hacienda damages 1792 November 28.
Bernando de Victoria cannot afford to repair damages to Bellavista 1792 November 29.
Financial chart for operations of Hacienda Bellavista and Chanca mine 1792 December 1.
Frey Francisco Gil justifies shortage of laborers for von Nordenflicht 1791 December 29.
Miralles and Coquette grant Baron von Nordenflich power of attorney 1791 December 10.
Financial statement with passive and active debts for Chanca mine 1792 February 17.
Antonio Zacarias Helms requests more men for draining of mine 1792 January 23.
German administrators need royal funds for profitable operations 1792 March 1.
Baron desists viceroyal order to send workers to Huancavelica mine 1792 February 28.
Von Nordenflicht asks for 16000 pesos to finance transportation costs 1792 March 10.
Baron asks viceroy whether workers are to be paid by Royal Treasury 1792 March 8.
Summer production is waning due to Von Nordenflicht's absence 1792 April 20.
List of passive and active debts accrued under Baron's administration 1792 May 8.
Baron von Nordenflicht blames previous owners for severe indebtedness 1792 May 18.
Miralles and Coquette refute Baron's claims before Royal Mining Tribunal 1792 June 4.
Tribunal orders Baron to return mines to owners Miralles and Coquette 1792 June 10.
Pedro Miralles accounts for tardiness in payments to the Crown 1792 June 20.
Josef Coquette asks for an "Interventor" to aid in administering finances 1792 June 20.
Investors demand an inventory and return of mines to Coquette and Miralles 1792 July 9.
Fiscal Ministry presents ultimatum to von Nordenflicht and mine owners 1792 July 24.
Von Nordenflicht objects to Ministry's decision to pay debts with his funds 1792 July 3.
Baron succeeds in suspending the embargo of mines and property 1792 July 23.
Pedro de Miralles requests prompt return of his mines from the Baron 1792 June 30.
Miralles urges tribunal to name a Commissioning Judge for Chanca mine 1792 August 4.
Miralles refuses to appear before tribunal alleging case is already very clear 1792 August 8.
Local officials threaten to appropriate Miralles' property for unpaid taxes 1792 July 28.
Miralles testifies before Tribunal on his dealings with von Nordenflicht 1792 August 28.
Miralles demands Baron return litigation documents to proper authorities 1792 August 31.
Jose Manuel de Tagle Isasaga orders Baron to return missing silver 1792 December 13.
Baron asks for pardon due to fiscal debts from purchase of mercury 1793 May 20.
Miralles retorts that he supplied the Baron with sufficient mercury 1793 November 15.
Indian and mestizo workers file complaint against Christiano Grispach 1792 December 11.
Grispach diverting workers, mules and supplies to Hacienda Tallenga 1791 November 15.
Antonio Zacarias Helms accused of incompetency in refination process 1792 December 20.
Bernarndo Victoria informs Jose Alvaro Cabrero of Cachirin mine's state 1792 November 14.
Report on the destruction of machinery at the hands of Christiano Grispach 1793 January 15.
Pedro Miralles asks for judge to take into consideration his present condition 1793 March 17.
Miralles recounts verbal confrontation with Manuel Chirinos and Victoria ca. 1793.
Pedro Miralles asks for 10,000 pesos to repair damages made to mine 1793 February 4.
Miralles writes accompanying letter with lawsuit documents to viceroy after 1793 April.
Concise summary of Baron von Nordenflicht's failed mining expedition undated.
Miralles' appeal to the King, includes inserts from Mining Tribunal after 1802.
Letter to the viceroy from Miralles and Von Nordenflicht over mines 1797 March 30.
Jose Albaro Cabero testifies to ruins demise under the Baron's care 1794 June 8.
Royal decree granting Miralles assistance for restitution of his property 1793 April 28.
Conde de San Isidro, Isidro Abarca and Miguel Cebrian support Miralles 1797 June.
Jose Albaro Cabero disputes accuracy of Christiano Grispach's inventory 1793 January 15.
Pedro Miralles comments on the death of his friend, viceroy De la Croix 1792 March 28.
Miralles requests that Pedro Herrera overlook Hacienda Bellavista's restoration after 1793 April.
Miralles nominates himself for job of "Juez Subdelegado" of Caxatambo 1807 November 19.
Miralles writes Conde de Manasey for protection against Mr. Machado undated.
Letter addressed to Viceroy Marques de Osorno for drainage workers 1800 July 7.
Joseph Coquette buys out Pedro Miralles for complete ownership of mines 1796 December 23.
Coquette and Jose Robledo take on Miralles' previous debts to the Crown 1798 March 25.
Miralles to be imprisoned for fiscal evasion if he fails to pay 3650 pesos 1806 July 10.
Letter to viceroy requesting financial and fiscal aid to restore Miralles' mines ca. 1793.
Pedro Miralles authorized to collect two years of tithe for 8000 pesos 1801 May 7.
Renewal of Miralles' authorization to collect tithe in Cajatambo district 1803-1808.
Pedro Celestino Lopez writes on capture of American contraband ship 1808 September 13.
Pedro Celestino Lopez authorized to collect two years of tithe for 10000 pesos 1810 July 20.
Load of minerals to be delivered to the Royal Treasury in Pasco 1811 October 18.
Indio Vicente Mendes calls for Miralles' expulsion from Peru to Spain 1811 August 19.
Pedro Miralles cleared of all accusations raised by Vicente Mendes 1811 October 20.
Pedro Miralles authorized to collect two years of tithe for 8000 pesos 1812 July 1.
Miralles unable to repay debt owed to Pedro Jose de Espinosa 1804 June 25.
Baltasar Pacheco names Miralles substitute deputy for Cajatambo 1817 May 27.
3650 debt to Crown leads Viceroy to prosecute Miralles for fiscal evasion 1806 Julio 8.
Archbishop of Lima reprimands Jacinto Pacheco for attacks on local priest 1820 April 9.
Miralles' property returned after oath of allegiance to Jose de San Martin 1821 January 8.
Inventory of the property returned to Miralles by Mariano Martel 1821 January 12.
Miralles accused of usurping communal property belonging to Indians of Navo 1811 July 7.
The lawyer Jose de Herrera present testimonies in Mendes-Miralles case 1811 October 22.
Tributary Indians from Oyon need more time to repay debt owed to Miralles ca. 1809.
Oyon Indians do not receive moratorium on debt, property to be confiscated 1808 December 23.
Bernardino Torres to collect money from those on list of Indian debtors 1808 July 31.
Filiberto Pacheco accused of mismanagement of mules and silver business 1808 July 20.
Andres Qamanamu requests pardon of Maria Greda's inherited debt 1817 October 9.
Joseph Coquette requests documents related to Francisco Castilla 1796 April 16.
Letter from Baron von Nordenflicht to Pedro Miralles preceding litigation 1791 November 4.
Pedro de Espinosa presents a case against Baron von Nordenflicht 1803 May 26.
Letter on changes made to mine, Mexican innovations, bridge improvements 1801 March 1.
Letter to Bartolome de Loperedi on contents of ships departing from Callao 1804 March 31.
Financial charts of silver production for Chanca mine for first half of year 1791 May 9.
Miralles requests that a judge be sent to preside over Nordenflicht dispute 1792 August 25.
Miralles responds to Jose Martin Rivera's subpoena over mule purchase ca. 1813.
Dispute between local priests Jacinto Pacheco and Jose Ruderindo Cataño 1817 August 18.
Annotated account of Miralles' relationship with Baron von Nordenflicht undated.
Joseph Alvaro Cabero named interim subdelegate judge to address mita issue 1790 October 2.
Total amount of metal extracted from Chanca mine under Carlos Griespach 1792 December 1.
Priest Jacinto Pacheco agrees to allow Pedro Miralles make use of his lands 1808 January 2.
Copy of royal decree naming Antonio Ortiz in place of deceased Bernadino de Valdes 1792 October 30.
Land dispute between General Martin de Mudarra and the mestizos of Chacuabamba 1718 August 14.
Indian Felipe Cauchi demands that his son-in-law be freed from Miralles' hacienda 1818 January 19.
Pedro Miralles destituted as district elector despite considerable local support 1814 March 29.
Lorenzo Valena asks for permission to leave district due to illness 1803 December 5.
Jose Ruiz Conejo indebted to Miralles for 157 peso loan purchase of mules 1814 March 29.
Bernardino Torres, Pedro Miralles' tax collector, drafts his will and testament 1813 June 2.
Bernardino Torres transferred for medical care to Farma for proper treatment 1819 November 13.
Several of Miralles' workers have taken to vagrancy and are to be arrested 1819 November 13.
Jose Pio del Castillo agrees to serve as Miralles' diezmo collector 1818 May 3.
Inventory of objects found in Hacienda de la Purisima Concepcion de Otua 1810 June 12.
Copy of royal decree allotting 272 workers for Miralles' Cachirin mine 1791 May 17.
Pedro Miralles purchases Chanca mine from Elieas Anbeiza 1785 September 9.
Domingo Oruelas failed to return documents related to the Hacienda Tallenga 1818 January 7.
Martin de Guizasola auctions off Miralles' mines for repayment of mercury 1812 June 20.
Xavier Maria de Aguirre and Miralles terminate tax collection contract 1811 August 19.
Martin de Guizasola auctions off Miralles' mines for repayment of mercury 1810 November 28.
Pedro Miralles and Joseph Coquette divide ownership of their mines 1792 July 22.
Miralles obligated to contribute resources to construction of local roads 1817 July 7.
Ramon de Urrutia y Casas awards Miralles leave to attend to his business 1811 May 1.
Governor Delgado calls mine owners for Tribunal de Mineria election 1821 June 18.
Toribio de Oyansabala names Miralles as his temporary substitute 1815 January 21.
Miralles requests an authorized copy of decree authorizing royal assistance 1794 January 2.
Confirmation of the transport of diverse metals to Joseph Coquette's mines 1789 January 21.
Receipt for purchase of Joseph Coquette's steel and other metals 1789 January 28.
Extracts and index of the documents found in von Nordenflicht's dossier after 1792 August.
Register of the tributary "mita" Indians for each village in Cajatambo undated.
Antonio Zacharias Helms responds to questionnaire sent by Miralles 1792 October 16.
Authorizes for any priest to officiate mass at the Hacienda Bellavista 1791 May 7.
List of measurements taken for Chanca mine carried out by Juan Iriarte 1791 November 27.
Inventory of Pedro Miralles' personal belongings at Hacienda Bellavista 1791 October 1.
Inventory of Chanca mine and Bellavista as sent to Joseph Coquette 1796 June 4.
Receipt for purchase of 600 "mulas chucaras tucamanas" for transport 1789 May 21.
Pedro Miralles inquires over the price of mules in 1789 transaction 1803 April 22.
Josef Joaquin de la Torre signs two-year payment plan for mules 1807 August 19.
Mule contract between Francisco Calderon and Lorenzo de las Barreras 1789 May 22.
Priest Bordanave denies owing any money to Pedro de Miralles 1804 July 11.
Letter addressed to Miralles written by the subdelegate judge of Cajatambo after 1793 April.
Various 18th and 19th century documents 1735-1818
Scope and Content Note
Typed table of contents for volume undated.
Manuel de Alburu purchases Convento de Guia's plot of land for four "lifetimes" 1735 December 6.
Legal dossier on the land dispute between Juan Josef Valdivieso and the convent 1776 August 1.
Agreement between Valdivieso and convent to reduce payments to 125 pesos per year 1775 January 20.
Long-term lease agreement for land in name of Joaquin de Ibarrola and his cousins 1768 February 10.
Josef Valdivieso accuses Fray Francisco Suero of usurping his leased lands 1780 April 19.
Mariano Valcorena argues that terms of 1715 lease cannot be applied for Valdivieso 1780 April 28.
Fray Manuel de Aguilar confirms that 1775 agreement with Valdivieso is void 1780 May 10.
Friars demonstrate that there are no records documenting the Valdivieso lease 1780 May 8.
Manuel Aguilar requests that Juan Josef Valdivieso respond to sent documents 1780 May 23.
Manuel Aguilar petitions that Fray Ignacio de la Fuenta testify to lease questions 1780 May 22.
Ignacio de la Fuente testifies before Fray Manuel de Cheron, provincial secretary 1780 May 31.
Both parties agree to provide necessary documents and list of witnesses for trial 1780 June-November.
Thomas Ignacio Camargo present Josef Valdivieso's case to preserve his land 1780 November 19.
Newly-appointed Prior Phelipe Castan asks for all documents relevant to case 1781 December 5.
Francisco de Santiago pronounces in favor of Valdivieso's claims 1784 November 26.
Fernando Quadrado, minister of the "Real Audiencia," revalidates Valdivieso claims 1814 June 30.
Convent's Prior, Manuel Suarez, disputes Fernando Quadrado's decision 1814 August 27.
Prior Agustin Zeballos awards power of attorney to Fray Manuel Suarez 1811 November 13.
Manuel Suarez urges Fernando Quadrado to respond to numerous letters 1814 September 14.
Quadrado condemns convent's violation of Valdivieso's lease through new lease 1814 October 7.
Suarez and Quadrado agree to assign Jose Ysidro Nieves as case surveyor 1814 October-December.
Ysidro Nieves carries out appraisal and sketches map of convent's landholdings 1815 January 13.
Agustin Zeballos protests Quadrado's refusal to acknowledge validity of land survey 1815 February 4.
Legal dossier documenting the "emphytensis" agreed to with Juan Josef Valdivieso 1775 November 4.
Valdivieso's failure to build a house and fence land prompts an official visitation 1784 September 4.
Ursula Villaroel and Juan Josef Valdivieso hire Thomas Ignacio Camargo as lawyer 1783 April 4.
Valdivieso to finance new roads and allow for visit to allow visitor to execute survey 1784 September 11.
Juan Dorador named to "vista" of the convent lands and Valdivieso's property 1784 September 16.
Luis Ybarrola to carry out survey due to sickness of Nicacio Dorador 1784 September 28.
Manuel de Aguilar drafts a questionnaire to which Valdivieso responds 1784 October 6.
Nicacio Dorador presents report on the state of lands known as "El Olivar" 1784 October 24.
Convent demands that Valdivieso construct house and put up a surrounding fence 1785 January 14.
Valdivieso refuses to carry out convent's orders without appropriate legal summons 1785 January 19.
Manuel de Aguilar hires Toribio Ramirez de Arellano, prosecutor, as his lawyer 1784 October 12.
Thomas Ignacio Camargo will not carry out orders until ordinances are received 1785 February 4.
Juan Jose Valdivieso ordered to stop the extraction of adobe from the land 1785 March 3.
Valdivideso requests more time for the construction of house and fences 1785 August 1.
Toribio Ramirez rejects extension of lease due to delay in construction 1785 August 19.
Both parties agree on conducting a second survey of Valdivieso's lands 1785 September 1.
Manuel de Aguilar agrees to grant Valdivieso a year extension to finish construction 1785 September 28.
Report of altercation between Valdivieso and his neighbor Valerio Gasols 1786 May 5.
Valerio Gasols contests version of events presented by Valdivieso 1786 June 30.
Juan Joseph Valdivieso urges courts to press charges against Gasols 1786 August 7.
Petition to have Gasols barred from trespassing unto Valdivieso's property 1786 August 27.
Captain Valerio Gasols awards power of attorney to Mariano Gorostizaga 1786 December 6.
Mariano Gorostizaga calls for Valdivieso's removal from the convent's lands 1786 December 20.
Documents related to land transfer from Ibarrola family to Juan Josef Valdivieso 1787 January 30.
Legal dispute over land transfer and Inquisition case trail dating back to 1693 1735 December 6.
Receipt for "Pedregal" purchased by Manuel de Alburu for four "lifetimes" 1735 December 6.
Mariano Gorostizaga invalidates Valdivieso's land purchase historia 1787 March 13.
Camargo presents evidence of Cortes and Alburu families' titles to the land 1787 March 16.
Gorostizaga discredits validity of the familial documents presented by Camargo 1787 May 11.
Juan Francisco Quadros, Augustinian prior, asks judge to dismiss Valdivieso's case 1787 April 23.
Manuel Aguilar rejects Valdivieso's claim to more than "tres fanegadas ocho almudes" 1787 April 23.
Mariano Gorostizaga asks that Valdivieso be punished for illegally retaining documents 1787 September 22.
Fernando Gasols requests the formal delimitation of his lands from Valdivieso 1787 October 29.
Land surveyors carry out assessment of holdings in dispute with updated map 1787 December 18.
Thomas Ignacio Camargo asks for documents related to the lands latest boundaries 1788 January 26.
Camargo disputes the new "amojonamiento" line which reduces Valdivieso's lands 1788 March 13.
Gorostizaga rejects Camargo's petition for a new land survey and assessment 1788 June 2.
Toribio Ramirez de Arellano, representing the convent, supports current land division 1788 August 18.
Augustinian Manuel Riveros requests judge to repeal Valdivieso's new claim 1788 August 18.
Ignacio Camargo appeals judges decision to keep newly delineated boundaries 1788 September 9.
Letter recounting the numerous contradictions in Valdivieso's time-consuming case 1788 November 6.
Camargo calls forth Alonso River and Jose Nieves to testify as land surveyors 1789 January 13.
Manuela de Oliva, Valerio Gasol's widow, rejects Camargo's new attempt to survey 1789 January 27.
Mariano Gorostizaga reiterates Manuela de Oliva's position against Camargo 1789 February 10.
Manuel de Oliva has begun to cultivate and plow land for which she has no legal title 1789 February 14.
Ignacio Camargo exposes complicity of convent friars' with Valerio Gasols 1789 March 3.
Gregorio Guido requests more time for his lawyer to submit requested documents 1789 March 14.
Judge rules in favor of Manuela de Oliva and her sons against Juan Josef Valdivieso 1789 May 2.
Convent dfrats general summary of landownership for "El Olivar" property undated.
Manuel Pardo Rivadeneyra's visitation of Piedraliza, Amancaes and Barrionuevo Valley 1795.
Antonio Coronel resigns as deputy of Puente de Palo Valley due to illness, needs pay 1795 July 14.
Manuel Aspiur elected new deputy, organizes draining of the irrigation ditch 1795 July 4.
Engineer Gerardo Moreira appointed to head the "acequia" cleaning operation 1795 August 4.
Manuel Pardo carries out inspection of all the properties along the irrigation ditch 1795 August 5.
Manuel Pardo reinspects irrigation ditch, ordering repairs to several side ditches 1795 August 12.
Juan Josef Valdivieso requests and receives permission to irrigate his fields 1795 August 27.
Number of structural repairs are necessary for the irrigation of Valdivieso's land 1792 October 23.
Juan Josef Valdivieso approves the recommendation made by the engineer Nieves 1792 November 6.
Valdivieso accuses deputy Antonio Coronel of impeding workers' access to ditch 1795 May 8.
Antonio Coronel states that Valdivieso has usurped Convento de Guia's water 1795 May 16.
Josef Nieves conducts "visita de ojos" in order to remedy dispute over water rights 1795 May 16.
Summary of a legal dispute involving Augustinian friars right to inherit property undated.
Convento de Guia sells plot with abandoned houses to Rafael Fuertes for 1000 pesos 1802 October 8.
Fernando Quadrado acquires Valdivieso's land, leases it for three lives or 150 years 1816 May 16.
Manuel Menacho purchases Convent's former plot of land known as "El Olivar" 1817 July 7.
Fray Agustin Ceballos refuses to pay 350 peso "alcabala" tax to Manuel Menacho 1817 July 18.
Menacho contends that Convent owes the royal 7% tax on a 5000 peso transaction 1817 July 30.
Fernando Quadrado intends to change "enfitensis" to mortgage in perpetuity 1816 May 9.
Agustin Ceballos alleges that he never sold "El Olivar" to Fernando Quadrado 1817 September 5.
Manuel Menacho fails to respond to the documents sent to him by Ceballos 1817 September 17.
Bill of sale between Agustin Ceballos and Fernando Quadrado for "El Olivar" 1816 May 16.
Manuel Menacho argues that he was awarded a "carta de lasto" for the property 1817 October 7.
Menacho willing to pay 175 pesos, one half of the royal 7% tax that the Convent owes 1817 October 15.
Ceballos order Menacho to pay in full the "censo" owed to the Convento de Guia 1817 October 20.
Agustin Ceballos resorts to the Real Audiencia in order to conclude litigation 1817 November 6.
Real Audiencia rules in favor of Agustin Ceballos and the Convento de Guia 1818 May 25.
Manuel Menacho should have 350 peso alcabala tax returned due to payment in error 1818 June 1.
Copy of royal decree stipulating the regulations surrounding "emphytensis" lease 1792 June 6.
Explanation of which transactions are subject to payment of "alacabala" tax 1818 July 9.
Copy of 1778 royal decree on taxes to be paid upon the transfer of property 1818 September 10.
Royal Customs House declares Menacho will not be refunded the 350 peso tax 1818 October 31.
Royal decrees 1619-1812 (bulk 1785-1788)
Scope and Content Note
Division of Lima's batallions according to rank and experience 1788 January 4.
Josef Menendez to be relocated to military post in Chile 1785 January 24.
Don Jorge Escobedo is awarded a seat in the Council of Indies 1785 January 21.
King terminates Escobedo's general visitation of Peru and Buenos Aires 1785 January 24.
Newly arrived battalion to be redirected to city of La Paz 1785 February 3.
Clarification of doubts over the payment of the "media-annata" tax 1785 February 4.
Local cacique implicated in the disturbances of Vacha y Llaray 1785 February 5.
Dispute over debt owed to the widow Maria de Sexma y Gorrais 1785 February 14.
Maria Rodriguez protests her husband's twenty-year stay in Ica, Peru 1785 February 20.
Lucas Champi claims remuneration for services during Tupac Amaru II's uprising 1785 February 21.
Veteran soldiers to return to Spain after completion of duty 1785 February 24.
Ships patrolling the coast for contraband must fly the royal flag 1785 March 12.
Smallpox containment strategies found to be effective in Louisiana 1785 April 15.
Maria Ignacia de Landazuri awarded pension to return to Spain 1785 March 21.
Constant theft of merchandise occurs aboard royal navy ships 1785 April 12.
Fruits and spices thrown from the ship San Pedro Alcantara 1785 April 15.
Royal papers to be transferred to the Secretary of the Viceroyalty 1785 April 16.
Confiscation of ship on return leg from China and Mexico 1785 May 1.
Dispute between Coronel Demetrio Egan and interim viceroyal official 1785 May 11.
Count of Reilly reports on lack of payment for Spanish troops in Peru 1785 May 14.
Tax-free status awarded to alpaca, llama, and lamb wool 1785 May 21.
King names Joseph de la Iglesia to the intendency of Arequipa 1785 May 21.
Arrival of the ship San Pedro Alcantara to the port of Callao 1785 May 21.
Inquiry as to why awards to invalids are being made in locally in Peru 1785 May 28.
Intendent of the Province of Farma accused by the Archbishop of Lima 1785 June 2.
Serious delay in the deployment of the Esquadra del Sur to Spain 1785 June 3.
War Council rules in favor of lieutenants against Commander Zini 1785 June 3.
Josef Parefa y Cortes awarded leave to marry Maria Felipa Perez 1785 June 11.
Royal notification of the reforms for Lima's second battalion 1785 June 12.
Prince of Nassau authorized to disembark in any port of Peru 1785 June 20.
Completion of the design of the new naval flags for the royal navy 1785 July 11.
Presentation of the merchant and naval pavilions aboard Spanish ships. 1785 May 28.
Crown to finance publication and translation of French metallurgic treaty 1785 July 12.
Abuses committed by the university rectors, Baquijarro and Villalta 1785 July 13.
Medicinal liquids to be boxed and bottled for maritime transport 1785 July 22.
Financial claims of Viceroy Arestegui's widows to be closely examined 1785 July 25.
Agustinian, Juan de Alcedo, boards the ship San Pedro de Alcantara 1785 August 2.
Field marshals to receive a monthly wage of five hundred pesos 1785 August 3.
Crown establishes route to be followed by Mediterranean convoys 1785 August 4.
Suppression of expensive "second entry" for newly appointed viceroys 1785 August 5.
Real Compañia de Filipinas buys newly constructed Chilean ship 1785 August 7.
Forty American students to be accepted in Madrid's Royal Seminary 1785 August 8.
Spanish officials in Indies must continue to send pay to their families 1785 August 19.
Superintendent of the Royal Treasury oversees drafting of budgets 1785 August 27.
Warship la America and the urca Monserrat unable to return to Spain 1785 August 28.
Cuzco priests implicated in Jose Gabriel Condorcanqui's rebellion 1785 August 31.
Crown establishes fund for widows and sons of the Royal Army 1785 September 3.
Surgeon's daughters receive pension despite father's negligence 1785 September 17.
Frigate "la Aurora" held at the port of Acapulco by New Spain's viceroy 1785 September 18.
Commander of colored troops authorized to sport honorable medals 1785 September 20.
Army coronels in the Americas receive two hundred pesos monthly 1785 September 21.
Military reforms reduce the royal "alavarderos" and cavalry divisions 1785 October 1.
Commander of the Navy must account for Ministry's expenses 1785 October 2.
Cadiz needs 50,000 pesos for peace agreement with Moroccan empire 1785 November 25.
Coronel of Soria regiment receives wage stipulated during troop inspection 1785 December 7.
Navy commander to report on the corrupt conduct of high officials 1785 December 23.
Two palace chaplains to celebrate daily mass for the local audience 1786 January 26.
Plaza de Valdivia in Chile to be protected by larger battalion 1786 February 14.
Series of military reforms for the six Valvidivia batallions and officers 1786 February 14.
Exclusive "quinto" military honors to be extended to all worthy soldiers 1786 February 14.
Reforms to previous laws on military desertion and officers' retirement 1786 March 22.
Eight maravedis to be discounted from soldiers' pay for veterans' fund 1786 March 22.
Clarification of technicalities for invalids' eight maravedis discount 1786 March 22.
Plaza Governor or other high official to serve in absence of Army Chief 1786 April 4.
San Pablo ship must return to Spain after two year delay in Acapulco 1786 April 11.
Crown approves the legal "recusaciones" against ordinary judges 1786 April 20.
Governor Escovedo carries out sanitation, lighting and policing reforms 1786 April 20.
Rebel cacique Manuel Perfecto Liacsa has pardon reversed by King's order 1786 April 20.
Abuses committed against Indians in textile mills, plantations and farms 1786 April 22.
Condemnation of Cuzco procession using the conquest banner of Santiago 1786 April 22.
All unused bronze cannons and morters to be used in Vimena factory 1786 May 3.
Promoted officials to receive bonus despite war-time or other delays 1786 May 11.
Coronel Francisco Garos to be ascended to rank of Brigadier 1786 May 11.
Orders, royal decrees, patents and writings must feature full signatures 1786 May 18.
President of Chile awarded 500 peso raise for fortification improvements 1786 May 26.
Military uniforms for veteran corps cannot be imported from Spain 1786 June 20.
Priest Jose Maruri pardoned for complicity in Condorcanqui's rebellion 1786 June 21.
Crown authorizes naming agents to expedite "despacho" legal writings 1786 June 28.
Commander of the San Pedro Alcantara arrives on banks of Rio Teneyro 1786 June 28.
Banco Nacional de San Pedro regulates payment for military uniforms 1786 July 8.
Crown enforces consumption of locally-produced textiles for religious orders 1786 July 12.
Design of four stitched emblems to distinguish differing naval ranks 1786 August 9.
Spanish soldiers married in the Indies may remain under settler status 1786 August 11.
Militia officials to receive payment according to 1753 rulebook 1786 August 18.
Don Clemente Castellanos to substitute the university secretary 1786 August 22.
European soldiers that have married in the Indies may remain as settlers 1786 August 20.
Only the Count of San Isidro can manage the Compañia de Filipinas 1786 August 24.
Widows of deceased officials may return to Spain free of charge 1786 September 2.
All military corps of the Indies awarded equality with those of Spain 1786 September 5.
Gunpowder warehouses to install lightning conductors for safety 1786 September 6.
King decides not to alter previous decree on married soldiers 1786 September 10.
Captain Francisco Xavier de Valcarce to rejoin the Soria regiment 1786 September 14.
Lieutenants, Coronels, and Military Engineers to receive raises 1786 September 15.
Crown orders the return of Captain Juan de Ezeta and Angel Cuidad 1786 September 18.
Augustinian priest receives compensation for loyalty during Cuzco uprisings 1786 September 18.
Cadiz practice of confiscating gold in exchange for silver is annulled 1786 September 19.
English inhabitants of Mosquito coast must evacuate after peace treaty 1786 September 24.
Urca Montserrat and smaller boats sold due to inability to return to Spain 1786 September 25.
Notice of the peace treaty signed between Spain and the "Regencia de Argel" 1786 October 17.
Ship "el Hercules" to return to Spain after difficulties on return leg from China 1786 October 18.
Shortage of medicinal quinine requires urgent exportation to Spain 1786 October 24.
King approves amendments to article 13 marriage laws for Peru 1786 October 25.
Santa Rosa de Ocopa Franciscans requests funds for missionary work 1786 November 1.
Prohibition on military and clerics entry to Peru, unless for personal reasons 1786 November 2.
Anonymous flyers criticizing Bishop of Cuzco to be seized and burned 1786 November 2.
"Tasador General de Pleitos" receives instructions on proper taxing procedure 1786 November 13.
Archbishop of Santa Fe discovers remedy for treating fleas with olive oil 1786 November 20.
Real Compañia de Filipinas confirms departure of the ship "Los Placeres" 1786 November 24.
Lieutenant Domingo Costanso sent back to his wife from Spain to Callao 1786 November 25.
Antonio Vello y Diaz reappointed to post of free colored militia sub-inspector 1786 November 25.
French frigates "la Brujula" and "el Astrolabio" left Bahia de la Concepcion in Chile 1786 December 15.
Don Matheo Pumacahua awarded land and titles for loyalty during uprisings 1787 January 1.
Lima Tribunal to contribute 50,000 pesos to Cadiz for peace treaty with Algeria 1787 January 15.
Bishop of Arequipa returned to his diocese until arrival of his replacement 1787 January 17.
Naval sentry receives death sentence for theft in the Ferrol arsenal 1787 January 30.
Establishment of army intendencies in Chile and province of Coquimbo 1787 February 6.
Capture of military deserters will not reduce service time towards retirement 1787 February 6.
50,000 requested for Algeria were not shipped on the frigates Santa Rosa and Limeña 1787 February 20.
Governor of Farma complains of treatment received at hands of Criminal Tribunal 1787 February 20.
Notification of wage raise for soldiers and war officials of the "Real Armada" 1787 February 22.
All employees of the state with temporal licenses will receive "medio sueldo" 1787 February 22.
Three new batallions to be formed for the royal regiment of Lima 1787 February 26.
Friar Joseph Espinosa banned from Cuzco for sermon insulting the Soria regiment 1787 February 26.
Military deserters to be reinstated into permanent militias, after punishment 1787 March 2.
Extremadura battalion companies to return to Spain via Buenos Aires 1787 March 5.
King requests update on the construction of canal joining Rio Mayro and Rio Pozuzu 1787 March 7.
Commander of Cuzco to remain subordinated to the governing Regent 1787 March 9.
Principal mail administrator Joseph Antonio Pando prosecuted for fraud 1787 March 9.
Twelve "maravedis" to be discounted from soldiers' wages for veteran pensions 1787 March 9.
Three Royal Battalion captains to have their seniority recognized by patent 1787 April 4.
"Casta" restrictions on vacant official posts for colored infantry, cavalry and dragoons 1787 April 5.
Imprisoned soldiers may be represented in court by their company's "Oficial Defensor" 1787 April 18.
250 peso fine given to those who fail to label by triplicate medicinal bottles 1787 April 27.
Artillery officials and engineers to receive 25 pesos monthly for commissions 1787 May 6.
Distribution of Dr. Maskelyne's astronomical paper on forecast of a comet for 1788 1787 May 7.
All sick or injured officials will receive six months of full salary 1787 May 24.
Bishop of Arequipa authorized to board the frigate "el Paxaro" towards Cadiz 1787 May 26.
Real Compañia de Filipinas licensed to introduce African slaves to South America 1787 June 2.
Death of the Marques de Sonora and Minister of the Indies, José de Galves 1787 June 23.
Raymundo Necoechea remunerated for fighting against Condorcanqui's rebellion 1787 July 12.
Ambrosio Higgins, Governor of Chile, reports on French activity on the island of Otaheti 1787 July 12.
Notification clarifying the proper address for the Secretary of State Valdez 1787 July 15.
Don Antonio Valdez to only use half a signature for quotidian state paperwork 1787 July 24.
Quinine from the province "de los Jungas" found to be adequate for medical treatment 1787 July 27.
Crown abolishes practice of paying two wages to state functionaries 1787 July 29.
Royal Treasury will receive annual financial charts of products and net income 1787 July 30.
Jorge Escovedo appointed Minister for the Council of Indies in Spain 1787 July 31.
King pleased with advancements in natural history and botany by Hipolito Ruiz 1787 August 1.
Soldiers of "Quinto" class must return to their regiments before receiving awards 1787 August 4.
Frigate Santa Rufina must set sail from Cadiz to Manila with 200,000 pesos 1787 August 4.
Coronels are to examine soldiers conduct before awarding "quinto" status 1787 August 4.
Crown pays for Viceroy de Croix's transportation from Acapulco to Callao 1787 August 6.
Appointment of sergeant Joseph Bergnza to Artillery subtenant 1787 August 6.
Viceroy to expedite trip for commissioners of Real Compañia de Filipinas 1787 August 20.
Tenant Luis Manterola ordered to return to Lima to care for his sisters and nephews 1787 August 20.
As stockholder, King extends his protection to the Real Compañia de Filipinas 1787 August 20.
Fiscal crime agents appealed having wages reduced due to overpayment 1787 August 26.
King approves the burning of Josef Baquiano y Carrillo university speech 1787 August 28.
Army and Fiscal officials are not to pay the rights for "media annata" 1787 August 31.
Crown requests that shipping extensions for trips to Spain not be publicized 1787 August 31.
Frigate captain Francisco de la Bodega has 6,000 peso debt cancelled 1787 September 1.
Viceroy to keep watch of Father Luis Quadros of the Augustinian order 1787 September 3.
Shipmasters for "la Limeña" and "la Rosa" demand payment for soldiers' transport 1787 September 4.
Friar Thomas Garcia Areche admonished for meddling in political affairs 1787 September 7.
Copy of Friar Garica Areche's letter to the Viceroy criticizing the powerful 1786 December 8.
Mariano Tristan named Coronel of the Dragoon corps for Acari and Chala valleys 1787 September 13.
Adjustment to Spanish-only curriculum in the school for Indian nobility 1787 September 8.
King orders for an investigation before shutting down small Mercedarian convents 1787 September 8.
Crown demands a report on the status of Juan Fernandez island 1787 September 11.
Ambrosio Garreton to receive a new sentence after having escaped prison 1787 September 16.
Subscription for Real Compañia de Filipinas stocks remains open despite expiration 1787 September 17.
Josef and Ramon Bernad de Castro to return to the regiment of Extremadura 1787 September 19.
Frigate captain Jose Orive to receive the two-thirds wage bonus 1787 September 28.
Individuals temporarily promoted to a lesser paying job will keep the former's salary 1787 September 30.
Marques de Casablanca to have 10,000 pesos returned from the "Junta de Lanzas" 1787 October 3.
No changes to be made for accounting tobacco, gunpowder, tar and sealed paper 1787 October 5.
Ships should be armed for possible British attack, must stop at Corvo and Flores Island 1787 October 6.
"Estado y del Despacho de Indias" will recommend individuals for work in Spain 1787 September 29.
Montepio of Buenos Aires remains underfunded at 3000 annual pesos 1787 October 15.
3000 "quintales" of mercury sent to Peru on the frigates "el Paxaro" and "Mexicana" 1787 October 16.
125,000 pesos sent to Panama out of 221,000 owed to the treasury of the province 1787 October 20.
Reforms on the drafting of military promotion lists with respect to seniority 1787 October 22.
Intendents must report the names of all subdelegates to their respective viceroys 1787 October 25.
Cadiz will send 4000 new rifles with bayonets for use throughout Peru 1787 October 25.
Workers belonging to disbanded treasuries will be incorporated to Royal Treasury 1787 October 25.
Instruction manual for Royal treasurers and accountants in Mexico, Lima and Santa Fe 1767 September 3.
"Gefes de Indias" are not to raise wages without first notifying the Crown 1787 October 28.
Inquiry as to Don Bartolome Matute's son can inherit his father's job as treasurer 1787 October 29.
King opposes granting of supplementary wages to accountants in Chile 1787 October 30.
500 pairs of silk stockings from Madrid are to enter Peru as Spanish products 1787 October 30.
1296 pairs of foreign silk stockings are to be imported and their respective taxes paid 1787 October 30.
Viceroy to eliminate the positions of Secretary and Assessor for the treasury 1787 November 5.
Official of the Royal Treasury to return 200 pesos for an unauthorized remuneration 1787 November 5.
Ships traveling to Spain need not be armed due to peace with France and England 1787 November 19.
King does not authorize retirement grant to frigate captain Juan Hezeta 1787 November 19.
Royal decree forbidding awarding performance bonuses to revenue officials 1787 November 20.
Viceroys to confirm the election of "alcaldes ordinarios" and other annual appointments 1787 November 22.
Josef Antonio Garcia, lawyer of the Royal Audience, has documents stolen 1787 November 22.
Naval officers will account for the expenses incurred upon disembarkation 1787 November 27.
Crown disapproves of disrespectful treatment afforded to army official for a small debt 1787 December 3.
Money being sent to Spain by "Orden de Carlos Tercero" must be clearly marked 1787 December 4.
Francisco Salcedo, corregidor of Finta province reimbursed 101 pesos 1787 December 12.
Real Compañia de Filipinas will only pay taxes on Spanish products going to Manila 1787 December 19.
Houses of Galatoire and Laffore authorized to sell three million sets of Flemish knives 1787 December 22.
"Merced de Avito" is only to be granted to qualified Veteran and Militia officers 1787 December 23.
Royal decrees 1619-1812 (bulk 1788-1789)
Scope and Content Note
Servants of military men receive legal amnesty for the duration of their employment 1788 January 15.
British ships will not be allowed to fire "retreat" cannonfire in Spanish ports 1788 January 18
Two sergeants from the Extramadura regiment are denied "invalido" status 1788 January 18.
King reproaches Fernando Marquez de la Plata, "Intendente de Huancavelica" 1788 January 21.
Montepio of Peru has not received 18,000 pesos in funding for nine years 1788 January 21.
Brief report on the cost of sending "naipes" playing cards from Malaga 1788 January 22
Spanish creditors referred to "Gefes superiores" in regards to debt repayment 1788 January 23.
Treasury and War officials will stop receiving two salaries and reimburse Crown 1788 January 24.
Treasury restricted from financing the construction of mills, bridges and roads 1788 January 25.
Return of Don Demetrio Guasque, mineralogy and gold expert, to Mexico 1788 January 30.
Crown requests report on the inconveniences generated by land commissions 1788 January 30.
Christoval Hostalaza to receive a formal job appointment from the Viceroy 1788 January 31.
Military force created to defend and protect the Island of Chiloe along the coast of Chile 1788 February 5.
Bishopric of Arequipa economized expenses by hiring its own treasurer 1788 February 8.
Vicente de Beza, "ingenerio ordinario," will stop receiving 40 pesos monthly 1788 February 11.
Bishop of Cuzco complains that priests of diocese have not paid "quartas sinodales" 1788 February 11.
Clemente Castellenso recommended to take post as university secretary 1788 February 11.
Lucas Rodriguez de Molina invents machine for more potent gunpowder 1788 February 17.
Subsidies conceded by the Holy See for the ecclesiastical state in the Indies 1788 February 15.
Remuneration for Joseph Doveran for money sent to his mother in Plasencia 1788 February 20.
King requests seeds of a tree known as "Pacaes" found on the Lastra chacara 1788 February 23.
Monastery of San Lorenzo "el Real del Escorial" freed of encomienda obligations 1788 February 25.
As much silver as possible bought and sent to Spain with tobacco revenue 1788 February 25.
Brigadier Ambrosio Higgins named president of the Audiencia de Chile 1788 March 8.
Crown approves of fiscal reforms suggested by the subdelegate superintendent 1788 March 10.
Invalid status to be extended to all soldiers wounded in service, not just war 1788 March 16.
Award of half wages for functionaries serving two posts extended to the Indies 1788 March 18.
Bishopric of Huamanga names Luis Alvarez de la Cueva, "canonigo" de la catedral 1788 March 22.
Prelates and "Cabildos" should ignore new instructions for "diezmo" collection 1788 March 23.
Jorge Escovedo received the Cuzco, Farma, Guamanga and Huancavelica files 1788 April 1.
Military reforms to remedy indiscipline in the Spanish army extended to the Indies 1788 April 2.
Marques de Casahermosa owed 8000 pesos which were never paid due to revolt 1788 April 3.
"Mitras y cabildos" of Charcas and La Paz must send taxes to Spain 1788 April 3.
La Paz owes 14,500 pesos in taxes from local council and Episcopal diocese 1788 March 17.
Charcas owes total of 45,000 pesos for taxes dating from 1772 to 1786 1788 April 17.
Baron de Nordenflicht, from kingdom of Poland, allowed to use national uniform 1788 April 9.
Rising liquid revenues from tobacco to alleviate Crown's enormous debts 1788 April 13.
Retired official granted license to marry and Montepio relief for his wife 1788 April 13.
Specific budget and salary regulations for the audiences of the Indies 1788 April 21.
King approves new manner of funding the feasts of Santa Rosa and San Fernando 1788 April 27.
Assistance to wives and orphans terminated for Montepios charging eight maravedis 1788 April 28.
Eight maravedis discount is not to be discounted from "Invalidos" wages 1788 April 28.
Military officials are to be paid from the date stipulated by the "Cumplase" 1788 April 30.
Governor must draft a concise report on the flow of capital to Panama 1788 May 4.
Coronels responsible for naming sergeants and granting retiree status 1788 May 5.
Soldiers subject to desertion penalties even without swearing allegiance to the flag 1788 May 5.
Invalids will be penalized as normal soldiers for theft and insubordination 1788 May 5.
Fishermen released from jail after incident with members of Flemish infantry 1788 May 5.
Crown prohibits family members to serve as judge and lawyer in a same case 1788 May 5.
"Partido de Cajamarca" is dissolved, naming of subdelegate for town of Chota 1788 May 12.
High official calls for nomination of Vicar Generals for health of religion in Peru 1788 May 11.
Jorge Escovedo nominated for an award for extraordinary growth in revenues 1788 May 12.
The term "Excelencia" will be extended to its formal form of "Excelentisimo Señor" 1788 May 16.
Marques de San Phelipe accused of mismanaging finances of the Tribunal Mayor 1788 May 18.
Copy of royal decree outlining proper usage of the term "Excelentisimo Señor" 1788 May 20.
"Mayordomo de Propios" unable to maintain 1.5% level stipulated by article 34 1788 June 9.
King upholds local ruling on retired veterans contributing to the Montepio fund 1788 June 22.
Explanation for the use of force in Cuzco's convento de Santa Catalina 1788 June 30.
Formation of new Regimiento Real batallions, Spanish batallions sent home 1788 July 4.
Officials in the Indies will moderate their uniforms, avoid luxurious decorations 1788 July 13.
Seventy thousand pesos from tobacco sent to Cadiz on the frigate "Concordia" 1788 July 26.
Twenty thousand pesos from "venta de naypes" on the frigate "Lebante" 1788 July 31.
Reforms on rotation of military posts in order to avoid seniority-based preference 1788 August 15.
Import products sent via Spain given to their owners, even without required seal 1788 August 22.
American universities required to award one of every ten degrees free of charge 1788 August 24.
Crown clarifies that use of "Excelencia" not intended to diminish honors 1788 August 26.
Fruits, plants, and animals sent from Americas must be organized and numbered 1788 August 27.
Governor of Potosi request permission to invest in a "recova" for local consumption 1788 September 14.
Orphans over twenty-five years old eligible once again for Montepio funding 1788 September 18.
Description of the responsibilities of "Presidente" de Cuzco, Manuel de Pineda 1788 September 21.
Reduction of 1000 pesos recommended to combat tobacco contraband 1788 September 30.
Military officials that have been replaced will receive salary equivalent to degree 1788 October 1.
Subdelegate nominations may be rejected by Viceroy, President and Governors 1788 October 8.
Six hundred pairs of stockings illigitimately detained despite originating in Madrid 1788 October 8.
Viceroy to compile import, export and internal commercial data for the Crown 1788 October 8.
Assignment of new wages for artillery members, engineers and coronels 1788 October 9.
Mail administrator of Montevideo unable to pay fees for confiscated cargoes 1788 October 18.
Viceroy reprimanded for authorizing Santo Domingo high official to go to Spain 1788 October 20.
New restrictions placed on paid leave of absences for sick employees 1788 October 23.
King approves appointment of two chaplains for the Catedral de Truxillo 1788 November 12.
Soldiers temporarily returning to Spain will stop receiving pay upon disembarking 1788 November 21.
Army chaplains must have served for 15 years in order to qualify for retirement 1788 November 21.
Deserters in wartime receive 2 years in construction, for peacetime 8 months 1788 December 9.
Royal mint will stamp Carlos IV on all coinage, due to Charles III death 1788 December 15.
Letter notifying superintendent of the Lima Royal Mint of Charles IV's ascension 1788 December 24.
Crown to no longer accept exemption from military galley and "montado" service 1788 December 22.
Decree stipulating the observance of funeral honors for death of Charles III 1788 December 23.
Official paper with Charles III insignia to be stamped to verify its validity 1788 December 24.
Viceroy of Peru will coordinate funerary ceremony with the Archbishop of Lima 1788 December 24.
Charles IV to be recognized as legitimate king and natural lord of his vassals 1788 December 24.
Armada tenant general Francisco Gil de Lemos named viceroy of Peru 1789 January 23.
Spanish around-the-world expedition needs maps to sail to island of Chiloe 1789 January 24.
Returning regiments to pay 1.75% tax per every 100 silver pesos exported 1789 February 2.
Medicinal baths and waters restricted to those unable to use hospitals 1789 February 4.
Restriction on granting of "graduaciones" only awarded for extraordinary service 1789 February 4.
Jailed first and second-time deserters granted royal pardon by Charles IV 1789 February 13.
"Esponsales" complaints will not be validated without paternal consentment 1789 February 14.
Compañia de Filipinas in Buenos Aires owes 1.75% tax on large sum of silver 1789 February 14.
17000 "reales" reimbursement for voyage of three Madrid-bound clerics 1789 February 14.
Free colored militia officials of Peru to follow rulebook for Cuban militias 1789 February 16.
Design of new military uniforms to distinguish differing ranks of soldiers 1789 February 20.
Widows that marry after age 60 not eligible for husbands' Montepio funds 1789 February 21.
Interception of an Ex-Jesuit's anti-royalist letters to two men in Montevideo 1789 March 5.
Soldiers should have served eighteen years before receiving "invalido" status 1789 March 6.
Crown approves sale of medium potency gunpowder, sold at "tres reales y media libra" 1789 March 6.
Dean elect of La Paz promoted to better church before making voyage to the Indies 1789 March 6.
Oidor Joseph de Tagle has not served in the Crime Tribunal, despite being paid for it 1789 March 7.
Frigate from Boston, "la Columbia," arrives on the Juan Fernandez Islands 1789 March 10.
Widow of viceroy Guinior owed 12182 pesos by a bankrupt fiscal office 1789 March 10.
Superintendent subdelegate and Councilman for the Indies receive bonus 1789 March 11.
Viceroy fails to specify recommended degree or post for regiment coronel in Spain 1789 March 12.
Incorporation of "correos de America" and their profits to the Royal Treasury 1789 March 13.
"Ministerio de Hacienda de Indias" to pay for Fernando Tupac Amaru's education 1789 March 15.
Crown rejects Gabriel de Avilas petition for Inspector General for American troops 1789 March 18.
Royal artillery of Chiloe to receive a Spanish official to fill the vacant Tenancy 1789 March 20.
Judge to be named in Buenos Aires to charge "derechos de Lanzas y Medias Annatas" 1789 April 1.
Factories of Joseph Llano y San Gines are not to be taken over by creditors 1789 April 7.
Discrepancy between stated and actual quality of gold and silver sent to Spain 1789 April 11.
Frigate "la Soledad" shipwrecks with the Soria and Extremadura regiments 1789 April 12.
Prohibition of shipping tobacco "rapé" to Spain to protect Sevillean tobacco 1789 April 14.
Royal administrators and accountants forbidden from managing their own businesses 1789 April 14.
Corporal receives bonus for sixteen years of service and honors in Gibraltar 1789 April 14.
King approves Viceroy's suspension of "mercedes de Havito" grants for officers 1789 April 23.
Decree restricts petition to dine with the newly elected viceroy of Mexico 1789 April 23.
Decree establishing parameters for resolving disputes between royal officials 1789 April 25.
Reduction of three batallions to be carried out gradually, two companies at a time 1789 April 28.
Crown suspends the general "remensura" of lands due to considerable inconveniences 1789 April 29.
Viceroys of Peru and Buenos Aires order confiscation of the "moneda Macuquina" 1789 April 30.
After military trial in Guadalajara, small altercations will not be addressed by the courts 1789 May 6.
Francisco Hurtado removed from Governorship of the province and island of Chiloe 1789 May 10.
King rejects Army coronel's petition for an Intendency due to previous misconduct 1789 May 11.
Defense commander for Callao, Pedro Leon, awarded right to retire in Spain 1789 May 15.
Establishing line of communication between "Xefes Subalternos," viceroys, and king 1789 May 24.
Customs seized three hundred dozens of Spanish stockings to detriment of commerce 1789 May 26.
Drafting of list composed of royal employees unsatisfied with new job allotments 1789 June 10.
Engineer commander authorized to assist auctioning of "Obras Reales" 1789 June 11.
Viceroy must abide by 1770 decree in order to curb financial abuses in construction 1789 June 11.
Malaga-based "Compañia de Navieros" brings commerce to Callao and San Blas 1789 June 19.
Desertion penalties applied to soldier four days after not reporting to his company 1789 June 22.
Royal fiscal employee has half-wage petition for services rendered rejected by King 1789 June 26.
Fiscal fraud decree addressed to Audiences, Diocesan prelades and port governors 1789 June 28.
Josef Ximenez petitions for creation and assignment for supervising silver craftsmen 1789 June 28.
Marques de Celada pays off 8700 peso debt originated by his father and grandfather 1789 June 29.
Women marrying subaltern officials must be of equal social and financial standing 1789 June 30.
"Calaguala, Canchalagua" and Peruvian balsam of the highest quality to be sent Spain 1789 July 2.
All individuals involved in judicial proceedings must swear upon the "cross of the sword" 1789 July 4.
Governors may authorize marriage between Spanish royal employees and locals 1789 July 13.
King counters viceroys appointment of Josef Maria de Acuña to captain of 8th company 1789 July 13.
Sample of labeled and numbered trees sent to Spain with leaf and fruit sketches 1789 July 20.
Ship "el Pilar" transports forty-three 8-caliber cannon from San Blas to Callao 1789 July 23.
Puerto Rican regiment wing formation only to be used for coronel or commander visits 1789 July 24.
Crown authorizes granting "medio sueldo" to employees working in both fiscalias 1789 August 2.
Establishing proper procedure for succession of viceroys, governors and presidents 1789 August 2.
Doctrine of Characato opposes appointment of secular priest to vacant post 1789 August 4.
King protests diminished income from tobacco monopoly due to exorbitant expenses 1789 August 9.
Army retirees to receive pensions equivalent to those of "invalido" status 1789 August 12.
Corregidor awarded honors for defending city of Cuzco from Tupac Amaru's attacks 1789 August 14.
Compañia de Filipinas to send frigate "el Aguila Imperial" to Manila, if funds available 1789 August 14.
Father Gabriel Castellanos released from Puerto de Santa Maria, bound for Callao 1789 August 17.
Crown opposes payment of delayed military dispatches, due to lack of soldiers 1789 August 17.
Sergeant Mayor receives wage of 130 pesos when also serving on assembly 1789 August 17.
Reports on all military forces of Spanish America to be drafted for Secretary of State 1789 August 17.
American warships to be treated with same distinctions as those from Spain 1789 August 20.
Inquiry as to it is necessary to establish a captaincy in the port of Callao 1789 August 25.
Cadiz merchant, Joseph de Llano, to have all property restituted to him without trial 1789 August 25.
Armada official in charge of warship will substitute propertary accountant for records 1789 August 26.
Two brothers serving as captain and/or sergeant may not serve on same War Council 1789 September 1.
Colored troops prohibited from carrying out same funerary honors as white troops 1789 September 3.
Bishop of Arequipa freed of paying taxes on his religious ornaments, books, etc. 1789 September 4.
Viceroy investigates conduct of Intendant Governor of Cuzco, Benito de la Mata Linares 1789 September 10.
King allocates 25,000 "escudos" from Mexico's treasury for Peruvian Monastery 1789 September 14.
Ecclesiastical tribunals will no longer hear lawsuits presented by "exponsales" 1789 September 14.
Subinspector enjoys seniority in choosing officials over captains' selections 1789 September 16.
Lima pays Josef de Foncerrada's wages until departure for audience of Santo Domingo 1789 September 17.
Marques de Torre Tagle to pay media annata rights for post of "pagador del Callao" 1789 September 30.
Royal Treasury acknowledges Marques de Santo Florido's payment of media annatas 1789 September 30.
Two royal treasury employees switch jobs, leaving them bereft of Montepio pension 1789 October 1.
Promoted ministers will start receiving pay from new post upon embarkation to site 1789 October 3.
Notification of the establishment of the Royal Maritime Company and its flag sketch 1789 October 23.
Foreigners settling in Spanish America must be Roman Catholic and loyal to Crown 1789 November 6.
Establishment of "Real Compañía Marítima" to develop Spanish fishing industry 1789 September 19.
Mexican infantry corporals and soldiers distinguished with sergeant's insignia 1789 November 10.
Daughter of Peruvian artillery captain will receive money previously given to her mother 1789 November 10.
All record keeping for the Peruvian viceroyalty will adapt to the "partida doble" method 1790 October 19.
General Superintendent of the Indies' Treasury request a fourth part of revenues 1789 November 20.