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  • in course of time became consolidated and the modern city of San Antonio is the result. In 1744 the cornerstone of the Church of San Fernando was laid
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  • Catamarca (city) 20006301911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 5 — Catamarca (city) CATAMARCA (San Fernando de Catamarca), capital of the above province
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  • Catamarca (San Fernando de Catamarca), lying 230 miles north-north-west of CÛrdoba, contains 8000 inhabitants. It was founded in 1680 by Fernando de Mendoza
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  • the city of San Fernando de Bexar, on the twenty-second day of the month of November, in the year eighteen hundred and nineteen, we, the board of commissioners
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  • of the sea-girt home they had left, "Plaza de las Islas"), and given their city the nameSan Fernando. Content for a short time with a small chapel of
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  • International Encyclopædia San Fernando (Spain) 2023053The New International Encyclopædia — San Fernando (Spain) SAN FERNANDO, fĕr-nän′dṓ (formerly
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  • Britannica, Volume 24 San Antonio 16901011911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 24 — San Antonio SAN ANTONIO, a city and the county-seat of Bexar county,
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  • Encyclopedia San Antonio (city) 1940319Collier's New Encyclopedia — San Antonio (city) SAN ANTONIO, a city and county-seat of Bexar co., Tex.; on the San Pedro
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  • college of San Fernando in the City of Mexico. On volunteering for the Indian missions, he was sent to California in October, 1770. Sailing from San Bias
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  • Auxilius of Naples Ava Nicola Avancini Avarice Avatār Pierre du Bois, Baron d'Avaugour Ave Maris Stella Ave Regina Diocese of Avellino Avempace Fernando Avendano
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  • For other versions of this work, see The World Factbook. The World Factbook (1982) Central Intelligence Agency 1741575The World Factbook (1982)Central
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  • College San Diego San Fernando (Spain) San Fernando (Chile) San Fernando (Cebú) San Fernando (La Unión) San Fernando (Pampanga) Sanford San Francisco San Francisco
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  • Silliman Ives St. Ivo of Chartres Ivory Diocese of Ivrea Fernando de Alba Ixtlilxochitl Diocese of Jaca Henry Moore Jackson Jacob Jacob of Jüterbogk Jacobus
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  • Edition, Volume XXI San Antonio 1940303Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume XXI — San Antonio SAN ANTONIO, a city of the United States,
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  • important buildings are San Fernando Cathedral, commenced in 1749, St. Mark's Cathedral, Menger Hotel and the city-hall. San Antonio has a fine public-school
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  • Earl of Sandwich Sandys, Sir Edwin Sandys, Frederick Sandys, George San Fernando San Francisco Sangallo Sanger, John Sangerhausen San German San Gimignano
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  • where he also occupied the Duns Scotus chair of philosophy until he joined the missionary college of San Fernando, Mexico (1749). While traveling on foot from
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  • Cyclopædia San Antonio 1938352The American Cyclopædia — San Antonio SAN ANTONIO, a city and the county seat of Bexar co., Texas, on the San Antonio
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  • of San Fernando de Mexico early in 1740. With his friend he was also in the same year assigned to the Indian missions of the Sierra Gorda, north of Querétaro
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  • Petroleum is found in the San Fernando hills, and a few wells are in operation. The county is noted especially for its extensive culture of the vine and semi-tropical
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