|Author(s)||Francisco Guerrero Carrillo|
|Addressee(s)||Juan Manuel García Dorado|
Letter from Francisco Guerrero Carrillo, a horse trainer for the Brigade of the Carabineros Reales, to Juan Manuel García Dorado.
The author informs Juan Manuel García Dorado, along with other matters, about the next destination of the army and about his economic situation, requesting from him to release his proprieties from seizure.
The defendant of this process was Francisco Guerrero Carrillo, a horse trainer for the Brigade of the Carabineros Reales. In 1790, he was accused of the crime of bigamy by the Inquisition of Cordova and sentenced to six years of banishment, at a minimum distance of eight leagues from Jaén, Cordova, Almagro (Ciudad Real), Madrid, and the sites of the Royal Court. When he entered the prison of the Holy Office of Toledo in 1791 the seizure of all his property was ordered, naming Juan Manuel García Dorado as its keeper. When he left the prison a year later, he requested the return of his property, because he needed money to go to Zaragoza, having received an order of the king who mobilised the Carabineros to take part in the war against France. However, the authorities of the Inquisition decided not to proceed with the returning of his properties until he did not pay the expenses of his stay in prison. The letters written for this reason by Francisco Guerrero Carrillo to Juan Manuel García Dorado were handed over by the addressee to the Inquisition Tribunal, as requested by the Court.