Appendix, 1585(copy)-1909 (bulk 1615-1909).


Appendix, 1585(copy)-1909 (bulk 1615-1909).

The 1585 copy of a bull is in busta 41. These records may include decisions by other congregations kept by the Rota for reference. Busta 33 is original Pentienzieria suppliche (1802-1809).

4.5 linear m. (43 buste nos.).


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