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de Gaviria, M.

XI/38/119, 1 box

Manuel de Gaviria was Queen Maria Cristina's intendant in Madrid and in charge of the royal purse. He was offered a part in the new quicksilver contract that was drawn up between Rothschilds and the Spanish Government in 1838. The letters deal with the shipping and sale of quicksilver for which he received a percentage, the acceptance and discharge of bills and issues surrounding the national debt.

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1838 Letters Received: de Gaviria, M. : Madrid XI/38/119
1839 Letters Received: de Gaviria, M. : Madrid XI/38/119
1840 Letters Received: de Gaviria, M. : Madrid XI/38/119
1841 Letters Received: de Gaviria, M. : Madrid XI/38/119
1842 Letters Received: de Gaviria, M. : Madrid XI/38/119
1843 Letters Received: de Gaviria, M. : Madrid XI/38/119
1844 Letters Received: de Gaviria, M. : Madrid XI/38/119
1845 Letters Received: de Gaviria, M. : Madrid XI/38/119
1846 Letters Received: de Gaviria, M. : Madrid XI/38/119