Trujillo, Baltasar to Rivera, Francisco. Suit: Rivera is claiming damages from Trujillo.
Santa Fee. 1711. 13 pages. Auto. Diligencias. Original. Signed.
Gambling, Rivera finds that he owes Trujillo twelve pesos. As a pledge of payment he Lets Trujillo have a riding saddle with stirrups. After about three years, Rivera reclaims the saddle, and it is returned to him much used and in poor condition. He Sues Trujillo for damages. Trujillo, among other things, says that the saddle was not in very good shape to begin with. The suit reaches the governor. However, the set of folios seems incomplete, as there is no record of a judgement being handed down. (Lloyd Kendall) (1980)
Rivera, Francisco de
Atienza, Juan de
Madrid, Roque (Maestre de Campo)
Quinttano, Miguel de
Alua, Miguel Thenorio (Capitan)
Mestas, Joseph de
Archibe, Juan de
Penuela, Marques de la (Gobernador)
Paez Hurtado, Juan (General)
Gongora, Xpttobal de
Sanchez, Jazinto (Capitan)
Santa Fee (Villa)
Santa Cruz (Villa Nueva)
La Canada (Jurisdiccion)
AZU Film 2182 rl. 04 fr. 0331-0343.
SANM, Santa Fe, Span.Arch. 1621-1821, rl. 004 ff. 0331-0343.
Twitchell Vol. II, no. 0168.
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