José de Gálvez: Visitor-General of New Spain (1765-1771)

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BIBLIOGRAPHY LIST OF MANUSCRIPTS CITED

The manuscript material upon which this monograph is based was obtained for the most part from the Archivo de Indias, in Seville, Spain. A few important items were already in the Bancroft Collection. Some manuscripts have been copied in the British Museum, the Archivo Histórico Nacional of Madrid, the Archivo General of Simancas, and the parochial archives of various churches in Madrid, Málaga, and Macharaviaya, Spain. The transcripts from Spain were obtained by Professor Henry Morse Stephens and by the Traveling Fellows of the Native Sons of the Golden West. Transcripts from the Archivo General y Público of Mexico which were obtained by Professor Herbert E. Bolton have been used, as well as some material procured there by Professor D. E. Smith.

A large part of the material used consists of official correspondence between ministers of the court of Madrid and officials of the colonial government in N ew Spain or representatives of the church or the Franciscan order in that viceroyalty. The most important of these letters were those emanating from or directed to Julián de Arriaga, minister of the Indies, Antonio Bucarely, successor of Croix in the viceregency; the consulado of Mexico; the viceroys Croix and Cruállas; José de Gálvez; the Marqués de Grimaldi, first minister of state; Landazuri, contador general of the Council of the Indies; Pedro de Rada, secretary of the viceroyalty; Esquilache, minister of finance, and others. When letters of these persons have been cited they have been referred to their legajo numbers in the archives of their origin, and are not listed here.

Certain larger and more comprehensive items in manuscript, including some of the correspondence, require specific mention. In the list below transcripts from the Archivo de Indias are

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