Spoglio del Michele Di Pietro, 1802-1818.


Spoglio del Michele Di Pietro, 1802-1818.

The busta contains materials regarding the Pentientiary, various requests for indults and dispensations, miscellaneous drafts of letters, and several letters signed by Cardinal Ercole Consalvi.

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