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Spanish author and publisher; lived in Amsterdam about 1723. He wrote "Varios y Honestos Entretenimientos en Varios Entremeses, y Pasos Apasibles, que di á Luz D. Alonso de Castillo, Solozarno en Mexico" (Amsterdam, 1723), and "Tratados desde el Principio del Mundo hasta Moseh el Profeta," which is still extant in manuscript. He was joint editor with Aaron Hezekiah Querido of "Orden de los Mahamadot," ib. 1723. In 1724 he published at Amsterdam a catalogue of Spanish and Portuguese books and manuscripts.

Bibliography:
  • Kayserling, Bibl. Esp.-Port.-Jud. pp. 47, 62.
G. M. K.
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