Book/Printed Material Statement by Miguel Eugenio Muñoz, a Royal attorney, requesting from the King the granting of the nobility title known as "Grandee of Spain" to José Claudio de Aragón y de Gurrea, Borja, Bermídez de Castro, Pinos, Ximenez Cerdán, Díaz de Escorón, Martinez de Marcilla, Count of Luna and of Castellflorit, Marquis of Navares and Cañizar and Lord of the Baronies of Antillón, Monflorite Esterquel and Navarres. [November 20, 1736].

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Title

  • Statement by Miguel Eugenio Muñoz, a Royal attorney, requesting from the King the granting of the nobility title known as "Grandee of Spain" to José Claudio de Aragón y de Gurrea, Borja, Bermídez de Castro, Pinos, Ximenez Cerdán, Díaz de Escorón, Martinez de Marcilla, Count of Luna and of Castellflorit, Marquis of Navares and Cañizar and Lord of the Baronies of Antillón, Monflorite Esterquel and Navarres. [November 20, 1736].

Created / Published

  • [Spain] : [publisher not identified], November 20, 1736.

Subject Headings

  • -  Law
  • -  Law Library of Congress
  • -  West Europe
  • -  Spain
  • -  Families
  • -  Geneology

Notes

  • -  Title devised, in English, by Library staff.
  • -  Jurisdiction covered: Spain.
  • -  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
  • -  Also available on microfilm (Law Library Microfilm 84/10004).
  • -  Document in Spanish.

Medium

  • 483 pages.

Source Collection

  • Spanish legal documents (15th-19th centuries) Miscellaneous No. 207

Repository

  • Library of Congress Law Library Washington, D.C. 20540 dcu

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Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2018757617

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  • pdf

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Chicago citation style:

Statement by Miguel Eugenio Muñoz, a Royal attorney, requesting from the King the granting of the nobility title known as "Grandee of Spain" to José Claudio de Aragón y de Gurrea, Borja, Bermídez de Castro, Pinos, Ximenez Cerdán, Díaz de Escorón, Martinez de Marcilla, Count of Luna and of Castellflorit, Marquis of Navares and Cañizar and Lord of the Baronies of Antillón, Monflorite Esterquel and Navarres. [Spain: publisher not identified, 1736] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/2018757617/.

APA citation style:

(1736) Statement by Miguel Eugenio Muñoz, a Royal attorney, requesting from the King the granting of the nobility title known as "Grandee of Spain" to José Claudio de Aragón y de Gurrea, Borja, Bermídez de Castro, Pinos, Ximenez Cerdán, Díaz de Escorón, Martinez de Marcilla, Count of Luna and of Castellflorit, Marquis of Navares and Cañizar and Lord of the Baronies of Antillón, Monflorite Esterquel and Navarres. [Spain: publisher not identified] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2018757617/.

MLA citation style:

Statement by Miguel Eugenio Muñoz, a Royal attorney, requesting from the King the granting of the nobility title known as "Grandee of Spain" to José Claudio de Aragón y de Gurrea, Borja, Bermídez de Castro, Pinos, Ximenez Cerdán, Díaz de Escorón, Martinez de Marcilla, Count of Luna and of Castellflorit, Marquis of Navares and Cañizar and Lord of the Baronies of Antillón, Monflorite Esterquel and Navarres. [Spain: publisher not identified, 1736] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2018757617/>.