Manuscript/Mixed Material Hans Peter Kraus Collection: Cedula to Juan de Zumárraga, bishop of Mexico

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Title

  • Hans Peter Kraus Collection: Cedula to Juan de Zumárraga, bishop of Mexico

Created / Published

  • Madrid, November 29, 1540

Headings

  • -  Hospitals
  • -  Mexico--History--Spanish colony, 1540-1810
  • -  Manuscripts

Genre

  • Manuscripts

Notes

  • -  Bishop Zumárraga advises the Crown that he has founded a hospital for the indigent sick and for those suffering from venereal disease. He has asked that the hospital be taken under the royal patronage so that it will be favored and better supported. The Crown accepts the patronage for the present and the future, promising to promote the good of the hospital and its poor people.

Source Collection

  • Hans Peter Kraus collection of Spanish American documents, 1433-1877

Repository

  • Manuscript Division

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Online Format

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Hans Peter Kraus Collection: Cedula to Juan de Zumárraga, bishop of Mexico. Madrid, 1540. Manuscript/Mixed Material. https://www.loc.gov/item/mss31013-03200/.

APA citation style:

(1540) Hans Peter Kraus Collection: Cedula to Juan de Zumárraga, bishop of Mexico. Madrid. [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/mss31013-03200/.

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Hans Peter Kraus Collection: Cedula to Juan de Zumárraga, bishop of Mexico. Madrid, 1540. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/mss31013-03200/>.