Order of the 'Junta de Obras y Bosque' (Works and Forestry Board), Madrid and Zaragoza (Spain), 1761

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Title

Order of the 'Junta de Obras y Bosque' (Works and Forestry Board), Madrid and Zaragoza (Spain), 1761

Description

Printed order of the 'Junta de Obras y Bosque' (Works and Forestry Board), issued in Madrid on 14 April, 1761, by D. Pedro Manuel de Vera, the secretary of the Board and then by Don Juan Phelipe de Castanos, Zaragoza, on 1 May, 1761.  Explains that, beginning 16 January 1761, hunting using greyhound dogs would be prohibited unless a licensed by the Board. Licensing conditions depended on profession, status and the total number of dogs in the villages. The order was supposed to be distributed to the mayors.

Source

Collection of Spanish Language Manuscripts, Mss. 1.16, Box 1, Folder 12

Identifier

Mss. 1.16

Date

1761

Language

es

Type

Text

Has Format

https://hdl.handle.net/10288/22313

Is Part Of

Collection of Spanish Language Manuscripts

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Percent Needs Review

100

Weight

100000

Citation

“Order of the 'Junta de Obras y Bosque' (Works and Forestry Board), Madrid and Zaragoza (Spain), 1761,” W&M Transcribe, accessed February 23, 2024, https://transcribe.libraries.wm.edu/items/show/4537.