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Carta de Obligación (title deed)
Lima 1571 - (PERU) Aranburu, Diego de. Carta de Obligación (title deed) [Los Reyes = Lima] 31st March 1571. Manuscript on paper. 2 pages of text written in ink in a secretarial hand with calligraphic flourishes. Signed: Diego de Aranburu, merchant. A bond by Rodrigo Vivero, merchant of Los Reyes, Gaspar Sotelo, resident of Cuzco, but currently in Los Reyes, and Capitán Conquistador1 Ruiz de Marchena of Los Reyes, to Diego de Aranburu, merchant, to pay him 2380 pesos, 6 reales, 9 granos, owed to him in payment for merchandize sold by Diego de Aranburu to Cristóbal de Ortega on behalf of Rodrigo de León. The latter was subsequently accused of the murder of one Juan Tello, and as such, the goods were seized from him before he was able to sell them. Therefore as guarantors of Rodrigo de León, Rodrigo Vivero, Gaspar de Sotelo and Martín Ruiz de Marchena promise to pay the 2380 pesos to Diego de Aranburu by 15th September 1571. 1 The guarantor, Martín Ruiz de Marchena, originally from Seville, was treasurer of Panama during the rebellion of Gonzalo Pizarro and had served as mayor of Lima (1567-68). He was one the original band of 160 soldiers taking part in the conquest of Peru under Francisco Pizarro who were granted the honorary title of ‘Capitán Conquistador’. Some fraying in margins, otherwise well preserved.
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