The Jesuits in Paraguay : manuscript, [after 1760]
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Andrés Marcos Burriel was born in November 1719 in Alarcon, Spain. He was a Spanish historian, writer, and Jesuit. While examining the archives in Toledo, he amassed a great deal of information about California. Burriel then decided to devote his full attention towards presenting a picture of the New World for the Europeans, specifically the Spanish. Burriel passed away in 1762, leaving much of his work unfinished. From the description of Venegas-Burriel Manuscripts, circa 1750. (Hu...
Portuguese statesman and dictator under King Joseph I; chief minister, 1756-1777; promulgator of numerous economic and educational reforms. Upon the accession of Queen Maria I (1777), Pombal faced charges of having abused his powers; he was found guilty by judicial inquiry (1779-1780), but his punishment was remitted by the Queen except for exile from Lisbon (1781). From the description of Documents chiefly relating to charges against the Marquis of Pombal, c...
In 1534 Ignatius of Loyola, a Basque and former soldier, met in Paris with six companions to take a private vow of poverty and one to place themselves at the disposition of the pope. On September 27, 1540, Paul III issued the bull Regimini militantis ecclesiae, canonically establishing the Society of Jesus. The constitutions of the society were drawn up by Ignatius who submitted his work for approval in 1550. Along with working toward the spiritual benefits of its members, the aim of the order w...