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    Testimonios relativos de legitimidad, limpieza de sangre, hidalguia, y nobleza ded. Pedro Joseph Romero de Terreros, Rodriguez de Pedroso, y de los distinguidos méritos y servicios de su padre, y de su abuelo, los señores condes de Regla.  –  Showing images 1 - 16 of 16
     
    • Title: Testimonios relativos de legitimidad, limpieza de sangre, hidalguia, y nobleza ded. Pedro Joseph Romero de Terreros, Rodriguez de Pedroso, y de los distinguidos méritos y servicios de su padre, y de su abuelo, los señores condes de Regla.
      • Description: 54 p. ; 21 cm.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries. Special Collections
      • Imprint: Impresos en México : En la Imprenta de Doña Maria Fernandez de Jauregui ..., 1803.
      • Date: 1803
      • Call Number: CS109 T28
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