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Digest of the Acts and Deliberations of the Cabildo
Printing

Introduction to the Digest

Subject Book Volume Page Date Description
Printing 1
256 1/31/1777 Governor: Galvez; Royal Ensign: De Reggio, Sr. – At this meeting the urgent necessity of having a printing office was discussed, and the Commissioners sent for Don Lorenzo Boudousquie, printer for the city during the French Regime, and he agreed to print, for His Majesty and the Cabildo, everything necessary.
Printing 2
67 7/27/1781 Governor: Galvez; Royal Ensing: De Reggio, Sr. – Due to heavy expenses on the City Treasury, the salary granted to Don Antonio Boudousquie in January 1777, as a printer, was abolished. (See “Warehouse.”)
Printing 3 III 156 9/19/1794 Governor: Carondelet: Royal Ensign: Almonaster – Luis Ducho, printer, presents a bill to the Commissioners for the printing of fifty sheets containing the rules for the lamp-keepers and the Night Police. (See “Lighting.”)

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