Manuscript document signed. On paper, in Spanish.

Robles Gorbalan, Margarita de.

Published by 21 September 1703, 1703
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Dona Manuela and Dona Inez de Ibarra y Chavez, daughters of Don Gabriel Ibarra and Dona Jeronima Chavez, have completed their novitiate year. Robles, the comendadora (i.e., head) of the convent of Santa Fe of the order of the Sisters of Santiago, certifies that they have completed this period of self examination and apprenticeship and she welcomes them into the order. Folio (29.3 cm; 11.5"). [3] pp. Very good condition. => Written in sepia ink in an interesting script with idiosyncratic spelling. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Manuscript document signed. On paper, in ...
Publisher: 21 September 1703
Publication Date: 1703

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