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(Ignacio de la Santisima Trinidad). A collection of one partially printed and 13 manuscript documents. Mexico City, Puebla, Valladolid (i.e., now Morelia): , 1816–28. Folio (31.5 cm, 12.25").  ff. $475.00
In the middle of the years-long struggle for Mexican independence, Ignacio de la Santisima Trinidad, a Discalced Carmelite, received permission on 7 September 1816 to take confession, including from members of the clergy and orders. That permission is executed on a handsomely printed broadside document with spaces left for completion in manuscript. It is signed by Carmelite officials and bears => a striking paper and wax seal, the paper having been cut with delicate filigree-patterned edging.
=> This example of job printing is unrecorded in the standard bibliographies.
The manuscript documents accompanying the printed one here trace the same cleric's assignments to other parts of the nation and include =. the added privilege of hearing confession from women, including nuns.
Good overall condition with some tattering of the top and fore-edges. Some age-toning and old folds. (40982) Please RESHELVE This.
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