Jaime Bravo to Ignacio Maria Napoli letter on supplies; Yaqui area.
Loreto. November 24, 1739. Copy. Signed. Photostat.
Sending a boat to Isla de Lobos to get maize. Asking fr. Bartolome for horses, mules, maize, beans, wheat, flour from Potam, especially for fathers Clemente (Guillen), baco (?), because northern, southern California missions have some maize. Informs Napoli that Baroyeca miners attempting to remove prohibition against trading in Yaqui area. Feels they are right, because Napoli himself issued prohibition, sold maize to miners at high prices. Heard from seamen that Vicam enjoyed good maize crop. Encourages Napoli to help out Baroyeca, Mendivil to better relationships with civil authorities. Urges Napoli not to waste, hoard maize. (T. Sheridan) (1976)
Napoli, Ignacio Maria
Isla de Lobos
CU-BANC. M-A 0001 Agn-Hist-392-Pt.-2 ff. 0255-0256
AGN, Mexico, Historia, Leg. 0392
CU-BANC. C-B 840 (Bolton Col.) no. 0312 (English Digest)
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