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Brief on behalf the Brotherhood of Nuestra Señora del Carmen versus the Reverend Prior of the Monastery of El Carmen of the city of Barcelona, concerning certain offenses committed by the Sexton of said monastery against said brotherhood. Ca. 1687

Brief on behalf the Brotherhood of Nuestra Señora del Carmen versus the Reverend Prior of the Monastery of El Carmen of the city of Barcelona, concerning certain offenses committed by the Sexton of said monastery against said brotherhood. Ca. 1687

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Title devised, in English, by Library staff.
Jurisdiction covered: Spain.
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
Also available on microfilm (Law Library Microfilm 84/10004).
Document in Latin.

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01/01/1687
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