Pharmacist Ferreiro is ordered back to Spain by viceroy.
Nava, Pedro (Com Gen)
Guerrero, Joseph Joaquin
Chihuahua. Veracruz. Santiago. August 29, 1800-August 8, 1803. 144p. Letters. Relaciones. Signed. Originals. Copies.
Pharamacist ferreira is searched for and ordered back to Spain to be reunited with his Mujer; he was originally sent to Arispe by Revilla-Gigedo to the military Hospital, then he moved to Mexico City to run a civilian pharmacy. The viceroy begins to track him down in 1800 and finally catches up to him in 1803 in Mexico City. He and his friends are required to swear they will comply with the order; ferreira is to liquidate his house in Arispe and the pharmacy. After several postponements he finally returns to Spain on August 8, 1803. Ff#209 gives a physical description of ferreira. One can assume that his Mujer was of the aristocracy as she had the viceroy declare his return an order. (E. Wilson, oct, 1989)
Ferreyro, Bartolome (Boticario)
Nava, Pedro (Comandante)
Berenguerde Marquina, Felix (Virrey)
Galeano, Dionicio (Navig)
Dobal, Manuel Marino (Abogado)
Perez Gallardo, Ricardo (Licenciado)
Heras Soto, Sebastian de (Alcalde)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Perez, Matias Antonio
Oyos, Jose Ignacio de
Truxillo, Francisco Xavier
Colla, Joaquin (Alcalde)(Coronel)
Gallegos, Jose Mariano
Santa Ana, Senora de (Barrio)
Mexico, Regimiento Urban de
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 204 ff. 189-253
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 204 ff. 189-253
Ff#250-251 are illegible due to poor photocopying, ff#245 is duplicated
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