The sale of the slave AMETT BORCHÍ (1733) 2

The sale of the slave AMETT BORCHÍ (1733)

The sale of the slave Amett Borchí (1733)

Here is the protocol that relates to a unique sale in our city in the first third of the 18th Century relates: "In the Villa de Villajoyosa – ten thousand seven hundred
thirty-three September in front of the scrotum, and witnesses appeared (appeared) Jayme Aragones d Jayme
family of the Holy Office and court of the Inquisition of it Villa vezino and said: Around
How much Mr. Isidro Llorca Ordinary Mayor of the Month resigned from the outstanding
Mr. Principe de Campo florido (sic) governor and captain general of this Reyno Carta
he has ordered the date of the Synko of Currents, the tenor of which follows ist = In view of the report
on the monument presented by Mosen Thomas Ots, whose mayor is the mayor of this city
to the edge of another, both sent â Vuesa Merced;
Vuesa Merced is the sale of Jayme Aragon's & # 39; slaves in accordance with and
communities expressed by the above mayor of this city (for Alicante) Don Joseph
Antonio Requero in the above report were carried out. May God save your grace for many years,
Alicante since September of one thousand seven hundred and thirty-three, – the Prince of Campo Florido
– Mayor of the Villa Joyosa – In his opinion the writer Carlos Llorca then told the –
he became me Published the content of this letter by the current writer who knew it; And
so that this order remains in everything – because everything obeyed. That is why said Moses Thomas Presbitero
sold and sold royally, and Vezino from Benidorm a slave
had waged a good war and not called peace by Amett Borchí of about twenty-six years, color
brown, medium-sized and black hair , with a beard and no sign on his face, the
who did not pledge him, neither bound – nor did he commit a crime worthy of physical punishment
healthy of all kinds of accidents and for that he is insured (the seller); but it is sold to him
together with the other tachas that he would use for the fair and the market at a price of one hundred
and two pounds (…) of cash, which to his satisfaction is due to his resignation The Laws
of Non Numerata Pecunia and others who have to intervene explain, however, that
sold the above-mentioned slave third party for a quantity of one hundred and forty
pounds reserve the donor no rights which
could be in his case, and with the exception of laws that speak in particular
that accept the right to patronage, property and rule he had
– said the slave and gave it , waives it and transfers it to said buyer and his, so that
he is subject to bondage as such and sells him and Cartagena at his will for what purpose [1 9459004] will be handed over to him from now on, in whose mark this writing grants him … "
Later the signature of the issued document would come, that of Aragonés and that of those who witnessed this sale
namely Salvador Saragoça, Gaspar Galiana von
Bartholome and Pedro Adrover, all neighbors and residents of Villajoyosa. Nothing could logically say
that the slave who had left the hands of a member of the Spanish Inquisition
… went into the hands of a "Moses". Like Cela, Camilo would say.


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