[AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED FROM JOSE DOMINGO RAVINA TO MIGUEL TACON REGARDING PRISONERS BEING SHIPPED TO CUBA ON A SPANISH VESSEL]
by Ravina, Jose Domingo
Charleston, 1835. pp. Bifolium. Uniformly browned, minor dampstaining on first leaf. Some offsetting. Very good. A letter addressed to Governor Miguel Tacon, from the Spanish consulate in America, regarding the passage of a Spanish ship, carrying fifty prisoners, travelling from Havana to Coruña, Spain. Includes a bill of 168 pesos, which has been paid on behalf of Tacon, for clothing obtained for the prisoners and for medical attention given to some of the convicts who fell ill. The letter concludes by letting the Governor know that the ship has set sail into the sea the day before and will continue the voyage per his wishes. (Inventory #: WRCAM51037)
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