The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 21, July 1917 - April, 1918 Page: 126
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126 The Southwestern Historical Quarterly
thirty-six with the scurvy, and left forty-five more at San Blas
to convalesce.70 In 1795 two galleons put in at Monterey, while
two years later one put in at Monterey and another at Santa
70Pedro Basco to Bernardo de Gaflvez, December 29, 1786, Archivo de
Indias, 108-4-25. Basco frankly says: "Luego que tomS la determinacion
de hacer el viaje, la hice igualmente de no arrivar al puerto de Monterey
en la costa de la Nueva California, como esta mandado por S. M." Au-
diencia of Mexico to Galvez, January 4, 1787, Arohivo de Indias, 108-4-25.
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