Havana: Esteban José de Boloña, . ,9pp. Gathered signatures, stitched. Stitching mostly perished. Light fold lines, minimal foxing, ink marginal notations, contemporary ink inscription after the text. Very good. Item #WRCAM49642
An early Cuban imprint printed by Esteban José de Boloña, the first printer in Cuba after the 1776 ban on printing. Juan de Arrondo y Santilices was an official in Spanish Florida, the Auditor of War of East Florida, during the early 19th century. This is a work detailing the deeds of Arrondo y Santilices, likely an attempt to secure a pension. Rare; not in Palau, Medina, or OCLC.