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Anuncio...Pablo, esclavo de d. Juan Bautista Emilio Lassalle,
Anuncio...Pablo, esclavo de d. Juan Bautista Emilio Lassalle, Gazeta de PR Sábado 5 Dic 1840, San Juan PR v9 p5
Gazeta de Puerto-Rico
San Juan, Puerto Rico
December 5, 1840 - Page 5
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Anuncio... aprehendido Juan Pablo, Africano Ponce,
Anuncio... Juan Pablo, Africano Ponce, 18 Mayo ultimo, Gazeta de PR Sábado 25 Julio 1840 San Juan PR v9 p5
Gazeta de Puerto-Rico
San Juan, Puerto Rico
July 25, 1840 - Page 5
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Juzgado de primera instancia de esta capital.. Juan Bautista Emigido Lassalle
Juzgado de primera instancia de esta capital.. Juan Bautista Emigido Lassalle Gazeta de PR Sábado 25 Julio 1840, San Juan PR, v9 p5
Gazeta de Puerto-Rico
San Juan, Puerto Rico
July 25, 1840 - Page 5
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Juzgado de primera instancia... Pablo esc. d. Juan Bautista E Lassalle
venta Pablo esc. d. Juan Bautista E Lassalle Gazeta de Puerto-Rico, Martes 21 Jul 1840, v9 p5
Gazeta de Puerto-Rico
San Juan, Puerto Rico
July 21, 1840 - Page 5
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