Autograph Letter. Marquesa-condesa-duquesa. To Francisco Antonio Laenzana (Arzobispo de Toledo). Madrid. Exmo. señor. Muy señor mío. El favor que el Marqués-conde-duque mi marido, y yo merecimos de V.E
- 1782 April 23
- Porter, Jose.
- 5.85 Cubic feet 13 boxes; 921 items The Collection on Manuscript Documents from Spain (dated 1139-1798; 5.85 cubic feet; 921 items) includes legal documents, ecclesiastical records, and personal papers in Latin, Spanish, Catalan, French, and Italian generated by Spanish dukes, counts, clerics, students, merchants, property owners, and many others.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Legal documents--Spain
- Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern)--Spain (local)
- Manuscripts, Renaissance--Spain (local)
- Manuscripts, Spanish--Spain
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