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    Sale 2488 | Lot 262
    Price Realized: $3,000With Buyer's Premium
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    • Sale 2488 Lot 262

      (MISCELLANEOUS.) Bound volume containing 6 pamphlets, the first 5 dealing with contemporary Philippine affairs. Folio, 272x192 mm, old limp vellum with spine title in ink ("Allegationes tomo 19.") and remnants of thong ties. Later ownership inscription of Manuel-Joachín Patricio de Ochoa y Robles; unidentified branded ownership mark (CCMF/BEFK-16018, "CoDSa") on top edges. Manila, mid-1600s; Mexico, circa 1639?

      Estimate $1,000 - 2,000

      1. Grau y Monfalcón, Juan. A la muy ilustre, y siempre leal ciudad de Manila, Cabeza de las Islas Filipinas, y a su Cabildo y Regimiento [etc.]. [3] leaves. First 2 leaves torn in outer margin with text loss, third leaf repaired in blank outer margin. Np, nd [end of text dated Madrid, 1 February 1638].

      2. Grau y Monfalcón, Juan. Señor. Don Juan Grau y Monfalcon . . . dize. Que siendo la conservación de las Islas el medio mas eficaz para la de todos los Estados que esta Corona tiene [etc.]. 41 (of 42) leaves; lacks leaf 8. Margins trimmed entering some sidenotes, worming and scattered marginal repairs affecting text. Np, later 1630s?

      3. Bolívar y Cruz, Juan de. Petición . . . en esta Audiencia de Manila . . . sobre que las Naos, que vienen del Puerto de Acapulco, bayan al de Lampon, y no al de Cavite, por las Causas que representa. Partly repaired worming throughout with varying text loss. Np, nd [end of text dated Manila, 26 February 1656]. Pérez-Güemes 430.

      4. Bolívar y Cruz, Juan de. Por el fiscal de la Real Chancilleria de Manila sobre que se declare aver caido en comisso toda la plata, y reales, que se navegó desde el puerto de Acapulco [etc.]. [10], 10-32 leaves. Dampstaining and scattered repairs not impairing legibility, title mounted. Np, nd [end of text dated Manila, 22 December 1656]. Pérez-Güemes 429.

      5. Rosales, Juan de. Feci judicium . . . Psal. 118. 121. Siempre fue sensible el agravio [etc.]. [69] leaves. Printed on Asian paper. Repairs and conspicuous worming in blank margins, clean tear across 2G1. Np, nd [Manila, mid-17th century?].

      6. Ibáñez, Diego. El Ivez Conservador De los Religiosos de Santo Domingo de la Provincia de Gvaxaca. 22, [2], 23-36 leaves; lacks leaf 37. Worming through opening leaves not impairing legibility, several leaves reinforced in blank margins. [Mexico, circa 1639?] Medina/Mexico II, 512 (incomplete copy in the Archive of the Indies, Seville); Streit II, 1668; OCLC locates the JCB and Mexican National Library copies.


      Price Realized (with Buyer's Premium) $3,000