Jocobo Belo alcalde ordinario de primer voto y commisario honorario de las reales (monopolies) de polbaray naipes. Contra Clemente Veedor por actos torpes cometides contra una burra.
San Joseph del Parral. August 14, 1799. 46p. Auto. Signed. Original.
Ramon Duran and his wife were looking for their Burro one evening when they came across Clemente Veedor apparently committing bestiality with a Burra. Duran and his wife called in some neighbors who witnessed Veedor buttoning up his pants. Although four witnesses corroborate durans evidence, Veedor denies all charges and the Alcalde is unable to pass a sentence. He passes the case on to Francisca Jose de Urrutia, who responds the case against Veedor isn't strong because the principle witness is an indio. At the end of the document Veedor, after 18 months in prison, is looking for a new lawyer. (P. Hayes) (1977)
Veedor, Clemente (Operario de Minas)
Duran, Ramon (Indio Labrador)
Urrutia, Fransisco Jose de (Teniente Letrado y Asesor de la Provincia)
Belo, Jacobo (Alcalde Ordinario y Commisario)
San Joseph del Parral
AZU Film 0318 rl. 1800 fr. 0732-0755.
AP, Parral, Mf. rl. 1800 fr. 0732-0755
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