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Bulletin of the International Bureau of the American Republics Volume 30, No. 2 by International Bureau of Republics
Bulletin of the International Bureau of the American Republics Volume 30, No. 2
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Author: International Bureau of Republics
Page Count: 192 pages
Published Date: 01 Mar 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781130081107
File Name: Bulletin.of.the.International.Bureau.of.the.American.Republics.Volume.30,.No..2.pdf
Download Link: Bulletin of the International Bureau of the American Republics Volume 30, No. 2
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 Excerpt: ...their learned men were scattered to the four winds, many going to Italy to continue their labors or to sink into obscurity, while a considerable number of their manuscripts were left behind, to find their way to public or private libraries. In history I shall have to record the names and, to some extent, dwell upon the labors of such men as Fray Esteban Aviles, of Guatemala, of which country he was the historian; Father Andres Cavo, of Mexico; Fray Francisco Figueroa, of the same country; Fray Francisco Garces, Padre Beaumont, and the Jesuit, Jose Ortega. In South America we shall find the names of the Jesuits, Juan Velasco, Miguel De Olivares, Francisco Xavier Iturri, Gaspar Xuarez, Ignacio Molina, and others of the same society. Friars will meet us in the, persons of Laureano De La Cruz, the Franciscan, Antonio Aguiar, the Dominican, not to mention others of the same or of different orders. Among the historians few will command greater attention than the illustrious Bishop of Panama, Fernandez De Piedrahita, that noble son of New Granada, who knew so well how to utilize the labors of his predecessors, like Quesada, the conquistador, and CASTELLANOS, the poet-priest. We shall meet with one who, like others, had exchanged the law for theology and become a priest in the declining years of his life. I refer to the historian of the conquest of New Galicia, Matias De La Mota-padilla. As we study the ecclesiastical history of Spain and of Spanish America, we are struck by the number of those persons in every walk of life who, like the poet Lope De Vega, devoted their advancing years to the priesthood. Thus we find the soldier Castellanos, the lawyer Uoarte, archbishop first of Santa Fe, then of Lima, and the biographer of this saintly archbishop, Diego Lopez De L..

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