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Object name Booklet
Description Booklet, "Reales Fiestas / Detoros, y Canas / con que la mui noble, / y muileul cuidad / de Sevilla / solemnizo el feliz natalicio / de la Senora infanta / la Sra Dna Maria / Antonia Ferdinanda. Celebraronse en dias doce trece de / Enero de 1730. / Y Describialas en 500 Versos, fin una de las / vocales un desapassionado." "Con lucencea: En Sevilla; en Temprenta real de / don Diego lopez de Haro, en Calle de Genova." Unbound quarto sheet, decorative vegetal border (pages 5-12 missing), uncut pages at Top, anagram on last page "de Manuel Pereyra." Description of two-day celebration of birth of Maria Antonia Fernanda's daughter, printed by the royal printer. Manuel Pereyra wrote book "Romance Epico" and probably wrote the poem contained in this book. He was the father of the second group of Pereyras to emigrate from Spain.
Collection National Museum of American Jewish History
Object ID number 1976.1.20
Date 1730
Place of Origin Seville, Spain
People Pereyra, Manuel
Subjects Sephardic Jewry