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Text:"... Commissary. See Monilla, Friar Martin de. Father Confessor to Philip III, 166 Ferdinand V, King of Spain, surnamed the Catholic, 1452-1516, quoted by Mendoza, 5 Fernandez, of Quillota, £unily of, descended..."
Date:Between 1595 and 1904
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... to the Indians. It was no wonder that the chiefs should write to the King of Spain to express their satisfaction with the missionaries and the Governor, for this merciful legislation. It may be remarked..."
Date:1908
Place:Alabama, USA
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Text:"...LETTER FROM LUIS VAEZ DE TORRES (second in command in the expedition of QUIROS), TO The King of Spain. GIVING AN ACCOUNT OF HIS VOYAGE TO MANILLA AFTER PARTING COMPANY WITH QUIROS...."
Date:Between 1595 and 1904
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... Commissary. See Monilla, Friar Martin de. Father Confessor to Philip III, 166 Ferdinand V, King of Spain, surnamed the Catholic, 1452- 1 5 16, quoted by Mendoza, 5 Fernandez, of Quillota, family of, descended..."
Date:Between 1595 and 1904
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... New Mexico and California to the dominions of the King of Spain. He spent all his fortune in the service of his country. His wife was Dona Inez de Velasco, daughter of the Constable of Casttlle, and he..."
Date:Between 1595 and 1904
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... King of Spain is the product of both heredity and environment. From his father, Alfonso XII, he inherited affability, approachability, amiability. From his mother, Maria Christina, daughter..."
Date:Between 1886 and 1941
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"... Fleet . . .321 V. - Torquemada^s Account of the Voyage of Quiros . 407 VI. - Letter from Luis Vaez de Torres to the King of Spain . 455 VII. - Legends on the Four Maps signed by Diego de Prado y Tobar..."
Date:Between 1595 and 1904
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... queen enters first, while the great audience, rising, cheers her. The King of Spain follows, and then the visiting king escorting the Queen of Spain, and then the other members of the royal family..."
Date:Between 1886 and 1941
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"... the king into everything. If the king wished to be King of Spain, he (the pope) intended to be Pope of Rome. Never, he said, was a pope so ill-treated as he was by the King of Spain and his ministers..."
Date:Between 1527 and 1598
Publication place:London, New York, USA
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Text:"...ALABAMA AND THE FLORIDAS. 237 authorities, pastor of the Cathedral, the marguilliers, as a rule, refused to recognize him. They even claimed the right of patronage formerly enjoyed by the King..."
Date:1908
Place:Alabama, USA
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Text:"..., wore the Grand Cross of the Spanish Order of Carlos III. That day the official journal. La Gaceta, published a decree by which the King of Spain, desiring to give high proof of [his] sincere friendship..."
Date:Between 1886 and 1941
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"... Antoine, April 13, 1825. - The Courier. - A man of 76. - Paintings from Cardinal Fesch. - Bishop Conwell baptizes a Prince. - Ex-King of Spain godfather. - He gave the Bishop a ring that had been worn..."
Date:1908
Place:Alabama, USA
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Text:"... the guests of the King of Spain at Madrid; while King Edward, with Queen Alexandra, visited Spanish waters in March, 1907, in their yacht, the Victoria and Albert^ accompanied by a large squadron..."
Date:Between 1886 and 1941
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...LETTER LUIS VAEZ DE TORRES (second in command in the expedition of QUIROS), TO The King of Spain. GIVING AN ACCOUNT OF HIS VOYAGE TO MANILLA AFTER PARTING COMPANY WITH QUIROS...."
Date:Between 1595 and 1904
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... in a cosmopolitan city. By royal gedula, August 1793, was transferred the right of patronage in the Church of New Orleans to Don Andres Almonester, by the King of Spain. This is mentioned in a letter from Baron..."
Date:1908
Place:Alabama, USA
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Text:"... into the consistories are outside of the scope of this chapter, which is limited to the part which the King of Spain is often called upon to play when one of his subjects or the Nuncio accredited to his court is created..."
Date:Between 1886 and 1941
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"... was a Spaniard - a born subject of the King of Spain. He had received episcopal consecration as a Spanish Bishop, to labor in the Spanish Digitized by Google..."
Date:1908
Place:Alabama, USA
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Text:"... by Ferdinand the Catholic, and now Milan was to be held by the King of Spain. Parma and Piacenza also had just been captured from the papal Farneses by the emperors troops (1547), and now Charles conceived..."
Date:Between 1527 and 1598
Publication place:London, New York, USA
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Text:"... century the Jesuits received a royal warrant from the King of Spain, empowering them to repeat in California the Reductions of Paraguay. Within sixty years sixteen missions were established. Around each..."
Date:1908
Place:Alabama, USA
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Text:"...MEMORIAL OF ARIAS. 517 VIII. Memorial to His Catholic Majesty, Philip Illy King of Spain, by Dr, Juan Luis Arias} Sire, The Doctor Juan Luis Arias says that, as it will conduce so much to the service..."
Date:Between 1595 and 1904
Publication place:London, England