Copia del escripto q[ue] se presento en 19 de Oct[ubr]e de 771 en el pleyto q[ue] sigo con Marrugat en el R[ea]l Consulado de esta Corte sobre p[es]os. 1771.

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Copia del escripto q[ue] se presento en 19 de Oct[ubr]e de 771 en el pleyto q[ue] sigo con Marrugat en el R[ea]l Consulado de esta Corte sobre p[es]os. 1771.

Copy of a petition brought by Antonio Joseph de Vidaburu, on behalf of his client, Francisco Magriña, in the lawsuit against Joseph Marrugat concerning liability for commercial debts.

[6] leaves ; 31 cm.

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