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Title:
[Father Guillermo with the 5th Navarrese Battalion]
Document number:
544
Author:
Mugica
Printer:
Imprenta del Panorama Espaol, plazuela de Santa Catalina de los Donados, Madrid
Book/ Album / Dossier:
Panorama espaol, cronica contemporanea. Obra pintoresca [...] destinada a esponer todos los acontecimientos politicos desde octubre de 1832 hasta nuestros dias; con los retratos de los personajes que han figurado durante la revolucion [...] y las principales acciones y escaramuzas de la Guerra Civil...
Format date:
1845
Topic date:
1839
Physical description:
1 7 x 9 cm engraving on a 26 x 18 cm page
Notes:
Autographed. "Maroto greatly feared that the insurrection would spread [...] it was vital that this be isolated, a task [which] he gave to Zariategui and Elio. [...] Elio sent father Guillermo to Vera, a highly influential man and a keen supporter of Maroto, as he thought that his prestige would manage to get the 5th battalion in Navarre to abandon the banner of insurrection that Echevarria had raised"
Subjects:
History-Wars-1st Carlist War (1833-1840)
Trades-Priests
Trades-Soldiers
Place names:
Bera-Vera de Bidasoa - Nafarroa
Signature:
ZM: H,3 - TOMO IV - PAG. 237
Location:
Museo Zumalakarregi Museoa
2013 Department of Culture, Youth and Sport - Diputacin Foral de Gipuzkoa