The Resource Llanto de las estrellas al ocaso del sol anochecido en el oriente. : Solemnes exequias, que a la augusta memoria del serenissimo, y potentissimo señor don Luis I. rey de las Españas, celebrò el Excmo. Sr. D. Juan de Acuña, marquès de Casa-Fuerte, cavallero del Orden de Santiago, y comendador de Adelfa en la de Alcantara, general de los reales exercitos, virrey governador, y capitan general de esta Nueva-España, y presidente de la Real Audiencia, &c. A cuya disposicion assistieron por comission de su Exc. los señores DD. D. Geronimo de Soria Velasquez, marquès de Villa-Hermosa de Alfaro, y D. Pedro Malo de Villavicencio, cavallero del abito de Calatrava, ambos del consejo de S.M. y sus oydores en esta Real Audiencia, &c., Y cuya relacion escrive D. Joseph de Villerias, bachiller en la Facultad de Leyes por la Real Vniversidad

Llanto de las estrellas al ocaso del sol anochecido en el oriente. : Solemnes exequias, que a la augusta memoria del serenissimo, y potentissimo señor don Luis I. rey de las Españas, celebrò el Excmo. Sr. D. Juan de Acuña, marquès de Casa-Fuerte, cavallero del Orden de Santiago, y comendador de Adelfa en la de Alcantara, general de los reales exercitos, virrey governador, y capitan general de esta Nueva-España, y presidente de la Real Audiencia, &c. A cuya disposicion assistieron por comission de su Exc. los señores DD. D. Geronimo de Soria Velasquez, marquès de Villa-Hermosa de Alfaro, y D. Pedro Malo de Villavicencio, cavallero del abito de Calatrava, ambos del consejo de S.M. y sus oydores en esta Real Audiencia, &c., Y cuya relacion escrive D. Joseph de Villerias, bachiller en la Facultad de Leyes por la Real Vniversidad

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Llanto de las estrellas al ocaso del sol anochecido en el oriente. : Solemnes exequias, que a la augusta memoria del serenissimo, y potentissimo señor don Luis I. rey de las Españas, celebrò el Excmo. Sr. D. Juan de Acuña, marquès de Casa-Fuerte, cavallero del Orden de Santiago, y comendador de Adelfa en la de Alcantara, general de los reales exercitos, virrey governador, y capitan general de esta Nueva-España, y presidente de la Real Audiencia, &c. A cuya disposicion assistieron por comission de su Exc. los señores DD. D. Geronimo de Soria Velasquez, marquès de Villa-Hermosa de Alfaro, y D. Pedro Malo de Villavicencio, cavallero del abito de Calatrava, ambos del consejo de S.M. y sus oydores en esta Real Audiencia, &c.
Title
Llanto de las estrellas al ocaso del sol anochecido en el oriente.
Title remainder
Solemnes exequias, que a la augusta memoria del serenissimo, y potentissimo señor don Luis I. rey de las Españas, celebrò el Excmo. Sr. D. Juan de Acuña, marquès de Casa-Fuerte, cavallero del Orden de Santiago, y comendador de Adelfa en la de Alcantara, general de los reales exercitos, virrey governador, y capitan general de esta Nueva-España, y presidente de la Real Audiencia, &c. A cuya disposicion assistieron por comission de su Exc. los señores DD. D. Geronimo de Soria Velasquez, marquès de Villa-Hermosa de Alfaro, y D. Pedro Malo de Villavicencio, cavallero del abito de Calatrava, ambos del consejo de S.M. y sus oydores en esta Real Audiencia, &c.
Statement of responsibility
Y cuya relacion escrive D. Joseph de Villerias, bachiller en la Facultad de Leyes por la Real Vniversidad
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Contributor
Former owner
Subject
Language
  • spa
  • lat
  • spa
Additional physical form
Digital version available on Internet Archive.
Cataloging source
RPJCB
Citation location within source
  • 2838
  • 369483
Citation source
  • Medina, J.T. Imprenta en México (1539-1821)
  • Palau y Dulcet, A. Manual del librero hispano-americano (2. ed.)
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1695-1728
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Villerías y Roelas, José Antonio de
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
  • coats of arms
Index
no index present
Language note
Text primarily in Spanish with some sections and verse in Latin
Literary form
poetry
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1667-1729
  • 1655-1728
  • 1859-1929
  • 1818-1878
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Bermúdez de Castro, Carlos
  • Lanciego y Eguilaz, José de
  • León, Nicolás
  • Moral y Castillo de Altra, Juan Anselmo del
  • Stirling Maxwell, William
  • Convento de San Francisco de Tehuacán (Mexico)
  • Spanish America Digitization Project (John Carter Brown Library)
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Louis
  • Funeral sermons
  • Sermons, Spanish
  • Sermons
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Llanto de las estrellas al ocaso del sol anochecido en el oriente. : Solemnes exequias, que a la augusta memoria del serenissimo, y potentissimo señor don Luis I. rey de las Españas, celebrò el Excmo. Sr. D. Juan de Acuña, marquès de Casa-Fuerte, cavallero del Orden de Santiago, y comendador de Adelfa en la de Alcantara, general de los reales exercitos, virrey governador, y capitan general de esta Nueva-España, y presidente de la Real Audiencia, &c. A cuya disposicion assistieron por comission de su Exc. los señores DD. D. Geronimo de Soria Velasquez, marquès de Villa-Hermosa de Alfaro, y D. Pedro Malo de Villavicencio, cavallero del abito de Calatrava, ambos del consejo de S.M. y sus oydores en esta Real Audiencia, &c., Y cuya relacion escrive D. Joseph de Villerias, bachiller en la Facultad de Leyes por la Real Vniversidad
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Publication
Note
  • An account of the memorial ceremonies held in Mexico City in honor of King Luis I (1707-1724), who died of smallpox just seven months after attaining the throne
  • Includes the first appearance of Greek in a Mexican book which appears as two lines of leaf 15 recto and on the half-page engraving on verso of leaf 143, 4th count
  • Includes an unnumbered plate with the coat of arms of Luis I bound following title page and a folded, engraved plate of a funerary monument bound to face leaf 32 recto; plates numbered I-XXXIV have a half-page engraving with some plates having lines of printed verse or a printed ornamental pattern below the half-page engraving; plates numbered I-XXXIV have been produces as plates and their stubs have been glued together to make a conjugate leaf to be bound within the gathered quires
  • Where plates numbered I-XXXIV have lines of verse below engraved "head-pieces" there are catchwords present on the facing leaf; for plates numbered I-XXXIV which have only printed ornaments below the engraved "head-pieces" the catchword present on the facing leaf refers not to the plate but to the text on the page of text next in sequence
  • Signatures: [par.]2 ([par.]1 verso blank) 2[par.]2 3[par.]2 chi1 A-2N4 (2E1, 2I1 versos blank)
  • Errors in foliation: leaves 126 and 134, 4th count, misnumbered 226 and 135
  • Title page printed within ornamental border; engraved head and tail pieces; initials
  • "Parentalis declamatio in regio luctuosissimo funere Ludovici Ferdinandi pijssimi regis Hispani huiusce nominis primi: ante ortum, & post obitum in tenera aetate desiderati, quam in magnifico templo sanctissimae Ecclesiae Cathedralis Metropolitanae Mexiceae die xj. mensis Maij, anno MDCCXXV. Orabat lachrymis vberius, quam vocibus D.D. Carolus Bermudez de Castro, in regia Mexicea Academia in primaria sacrorum canonum cathedra jam rude donatus, tunc ejusdem ecclesiae doctoralis, & electus illustrissimus archiepiscopus sanctissimae ecclessiae metropolitanae Manilensis; jam denique, Deo auspice, consecratus, & à consilijs Catholicae regiae majestatis", leaves [109]-122, has divisional title and is composed entirely in Latin
  • "Sermon, que en las reales exeqvias del serenissimo, y potentissimo señor D. Luis Primero rey de las Españas, predicó el Illmo. y Rmo. Sr. Mtro. D. Fr. Joseph de Lanciego, y Eguilaz, monge del gran patriarca San Benito, arzopispo de la santa iglesia metropolitana de Mexico, predicador de S. M. y de su consejo. &c.", leaf [1] and leaves 125-137, 3rd and 4th counts, has divisional title page
  • "Jos. Villeriae Roëläei. in praematurum obitum serenissimi, ac potentissimi principis Ludovici I. Hispaniarvm regis elegia", leaves 139-143, consists of verse composed entirely in Latin
Extent
1 online resource ([7], 124, [1], 125-143 leaves, [36] leaves of plates (1 folded)
Form of item
online
Note
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 1 imperfect: wanting title page, leaves 34-35, 70-71, and 140-143; wanting unnumbered plate of coat of arms bound following title page leaf, folded engraved plate of funerary monument bound to face leaf 32 recto, and plates numbered IX, X, XXVI, XXVIII, and XXIX; leaf 126, 2nd count (misnumbered 226) is torn and mutilated, but with no loss of text; leaf of plates numbered II, bound to face leaf 55 verso, is torn and wanting engraved illustration at top of page; there is contemporary grafitti in ms. on various leaves; numerous leaves are dog-eared and foxed.
  • Provenance of John Carter Brown Library copy 1: "Del Dr. Dn. J[ose]ph Ant[oni]o del Moral": ms. annotation on leaf 33 recto; "Convento de nuestro padre S[a]n Francisco, q[u]e esta fabricado en la Ciudad de Teohuacan" (i.e., Tehuacán): ms. annotation on verso of numbered leaf of plates number XII, bound to face p. [76]; Nicolás León: acquisition record.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 1 is unbound with loose sewing; housed in black cloth-covered box measuring 25 cm. in height.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 2 imperfect: engraved plate of a funerary monument bound to face leaf 32 recto has several tears which have been repaired and is backed with linen.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 2 bound in 19th century full calf; front and rear boards and spine piece are detached; housed in grey cloth-covered box measuring 24 cm. in height.
  • Provenance of John Carter Brown Library copy 2: William Stirling: armorial bookplate on front pastedown; "Gang Forward", the family motto of WIlliam Sterling is blind-stamped on front board.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 2 acquired with the assistance of the Harper and Divestiture Funds.
Other physical details
illustrations, coat of arms)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Llanto de las estrellas al ocaso del sol anochecido en el oriente. : Solemnes exequias, que a la augusta memoria del serenissimo, y potentissimo señor don Luis I. rey de las Españas, celebrò el Excmo. Sr. D. Juan de Acuña, marquès de Casa-Fuerte, cavallero del Orden de Santiago, y comendador de Adelfa en la de Alcantara, general de los reales exercitos, virrey governador, y capitan general de esta Nueva-España, y presidente de la Real Audiencia, &c. A cuya disposicion assistieron por comission de su Exc. los señores DD. D. Geronimo de Soria Velasquez, marquès de Villa-Hermosa de Alfaro, y D. Pedro Malo de Villavicencio, cavallero del abito de Calatrava, ambos del consejo de S.M. y sus oydores en esta Real Audiencia, &c., Y cuya relacion escrive D. Joseph de Villerias, bachiller en la Facultad de Leyes por la Real Vniversidad
Link
Publication
Note
  • An account of the memorial ceremonies held in Mexico City in honor of King Luis I (1707-1724), who died of smallpox just seven months after attaining the throne
  • Includes the first appearance of Greek in a Mexican book which appears as two lines of leaf 15 recto and on the half-page engraving on verso of leaf 143, 4th count
  • Includes an unnumbered plate with the coat of arms of Luis I bound following title page and a folded, engraved plate of a funerary monument bound to face leaf 32 recto; plates numbered I-XXXIV have a half-page engraving with some plates having lines of printed verse or a printed ornamental pattern below the half-page engraving; plates numbered I-XXXIV have been produces as plates and their stubs have been glued together to make a conjugate leaf to be bound within the gathered quires
  • Where plates numbered I-XXXIV have lines of verse below engraved "head-pieces" there are catchwords present on the facing leaf; for plates numbered I-XXXIV which have only printed ornaments below the engraved "head-pieces" the catchword present on the facing leaf refers not to the plate but to the text on the page of text next in sequence
  • Signatures: [par.]2 ([par.]1 verso blank) 2[par.]2 3[par.]2 chi1 A-2N4 (2E1, 2I1 versos blank)
  • Errors in foliation: leaves 126 and 134, 4th count, misnumbered 226 and 135
  • Title page printed within ornamental border; engraved head and tail pieces; initials
  • "Parentalis declamatio in regio luctuosissimo funere Ludovici Ferdinandi pijssimi regis Hispani huiusce nominis primi: ante ortum, & post obitum in tenera aetate desiderati, quam in magnifico templo sanctissimae Ecclesiae Cathedralis Metropolitanae Mexiceae die xj. mensis Maij, anno MDCCXXV. Orabat lachrymis vberius, quam vocibus D.D. Carolus Bermudez de Castro, in regia Mexicea Academia in primaria sacrorum canonum cathedra jam rude donatus, tunc ejusdem ecclesiae doctoralis, & electus illustrissimus archiepiscopus sanctissimae ecclessiae metropolitanae Manilensis; jam denique, Deo auspice, consecratus, & à consilijs Catholicae regiae majestatis", leaves [109]-122, has divisional title and is composed entirely in Latin
  • "Sermon, que en las reales exeqvias del serenissimo, y potentissimo señor D. Luis Primero rey de las Españas, predicó el Illmo. y Rmo. Sr. Mtro. D. Fr. Joseph de Lanciego, y Eguilaz, monge del gran patriarca San Benito, arzopispo de la santa iglesia metropolitana de Mexico, predicador de S. M. y de su consejo. &c.", leaf [1] and leaves 125-137, 3rd and 4th counts, has divisional title page
  • "Jos. Villeriae Roëläei. in praematurum obitum serenissimi, ac potentissimi principis Ludovici I. Hispaniarvm regis elegia", leaves 139-143, consists of verse composed entirely in Latin
Extent
1 online resource ([7], 124, [1], 125-143 leaves, [36] leaves of plates (1 folded)
Form of item
online
Note
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 1 imperfect: wanting title page, leaves 34-35, 70-71, and 140-143; wanting unnumbered plate of coat of arms bound following title page leaf, folded engraved plate of funerary monument bound to face leaf 32 recto, and plates numbered IX, X, XXVI, XXVIII, and XXIX; leaf 126, 2nd count (misnumbered 226) is torn and mutilated, but with no loss of text; leaf of plates numbered II, bound to face leaf 55 verso, is torn and wanting engraved illustration at top of page; there is contemporary grafitti in ms. on various leaves; numerous leaves are dog-eared and foxed.
  • Provenance of John Carter Brown Library copy 1: "Del Dr. Dn. J[ose]ph Ant[oni]o del Moral": ms. annotation on leaf 33 recto; "Convento de nuestro padre S[a]n Francisco, q[u]e esta fabricado en la Ciudad de Teohuacan" (i.e., Tehuacán): ms. annotation on verso of numbered leaf of plates number XII, bound to face p. [76]; Nicolás León: acquisition record.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 1 is unbound with loose sewing; housed in black cloth-covered box measuring 25 cm. in height.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 2 imperfect: engraved plate of a funerary monument bound to face leaf 32 recto has several tears which have been repaired and is backed with linen.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 2 bound in 19th century full calf; front and rear boards and spine piece are detached; housed in grey cloth-covered box measuring 24 cm. in height.
  • Provenance of John Carter Brown Library copy 2: William Stirling: armorial bookplate on front pastedown; "Gang Forward", the family motto of WIlliam Sterling is blind-stamped on front board.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 2 acquired with the assistance of the Harper and Divestiture Funds.
Other physical details
illustrations, coat of arms)
Specific material designation
remote

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