|Autor(es)||Antonia de la Fuente|
|Destinatário(s)||José Antonio Suárez de Pazos|
Letter from Antonia de la Fuente to José Antonio Suárez de Pazos.
The author writes José Antonio Suárez de Pazos to attest that she has a debt with him.
The lawsuit was brought in 1819 by José Antonio Suárez de Pazos against Andrés Amado and his wife Luisa Salazar, about a payment of maravedís. Domingo Antonio Salazar, stepfather of the plaintiff, married Antonia de la Fuente and had two daughters: Josefa Salazar and Luisa Salazar. After the death of Domingo Antonio Salazar, Antonia de la Fuente married Ramón Montero. And after the death of Antonia de la Fuente, the plaintiff decided to take care of Josefa and Luisa Salazar. However, Luisa Salazar, the younger of the two sisters, left home to marry Andrés Amado, officer. José Antonio Suárez de Pazos then sued Andrés Amado and Luisa Salazar, demanding the amount of 2580 reales for having taken care of Luisa Salazar; in particular, for having paid sewing classes, for having clothed and fed her and for having lent money to her mother, Antonia de la Fuente, and stepfather, Ramón Montero. To prove this, he handed over the two letters here transcribed and various receipts.