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Sermon panegyrico. Predicado, à la solemnidad de el patrocinio de N. Señora, en la iglesia del Real, y Religiosissimo Convento de Jesus Maria; de esta imperial ciudad de Mexico; en concurso de la primera missa que en dicho dia, è iglesia, cantó el Br. D. Antonio Bernardino Dominguez, Zamudio
Mexico: Por Doña Maria de Benavides, viuda de Juan de Ribera Small 4to. [5], 7 ff.. 1691 The Convent of Jesus Maria was established in the late 16th century in Mexico City for the granddaughters and great-granddaughters of conquistadors and other early settlers who lacked dowries that would allow them to marry in their station. Later the requirement of ties to conquerors and early settlers was relaxed. The present sermon was preached on the occasion of the special event in the church of the convent that is mentioned in the title of this work. => It came from the press of one of the great woman printers / printing entrepreneurs of colonial Mexico. Searches of NUC, WorldCat, COPAC, CCBP, and the OPACs of the national libraries of Mexico and Spain locate only the copy at the John Carter Brown Library, but we have an unverified report of another in the Lafragua Collection at Mexican National Library. Mid-20th-century red pebbled morocco, gilt spine. Partial marca de fuego on top and bottom edges. Wormtrack into text, touching but not costing words; generally quite clean with just an old spot or two to title-page. Very good.
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