Statement by Delebar, Delorme, Guiraud, Reymond, Boisson, Amarroty, Casthellane about the conflict between Antonio Di Seravezza and Jean Ambrozin, 1669-07-28, Marseille

Title

Statement by Delebar, Delorme, Guiraud, Reymond, Boisson, Amarroty, Casthellane about the conflict between Antonio Di Seravezza and Jean Ambrozin, 1669-07-28, Marseille

Subject

Tunis
Franciscans
Capuchins
Seravezza case

Description

Statement from Delebar, Delorme, Guiraud, Reymond, Boisson, Amarroty, Casthellane. They declare that Hierosme de Sasseri [Girolamo Da Sassari] and Antoine de Saravezza [Antonio Di Seravezza] were forced to flee from Tunis because of the violent persecution of Jean Ambrozin, the consul in Tunis. Da Sassari had to leave because he demanded that Ambrozin give money to the church. Di Seravezza had to leave for the same reason but also because he wanted to burn a woman that was living with the French consul. In the statement, it is noted that Di Seravezza did many things for the poor Christian slaves, he even went to Malta to secure better treatment for the Turkish slaves there, so that the Turks would treat their Christian slaves better.
Date discussed: 1671-08-06
Additional comments
These people where probably merchants as mentioned in APF SOCG 253r-v (database item 736). Here is also being described that it was Antonio Di Seravezza himself who sent this letter to PF.

Creator

Delebar Delorme Guiraud, Reymond Boisson, Amarroty Casthellane

Source

APF SOCG 430 247r-v

Date

1669-07-28

Contributor

Adressed to [PF]

Relation

For the minutes of the PF meeting where this matter was discussed, see: APF ACTA 41 305r, 330r-338r.

Format

Copy

Language

French

Type

Statement

Identifier

733

Coverage

Origin: Marseille
Destination:

Citation

Delebar Delorme Guiraud, Reymond Boisson, Amarroty Casthellane, “Statement by Delebar, Delorme, Guiraud, Reymond, Boisson, Amarroty, Casthellane about the conflict between Antonio Di Seravezza and Jean Ambrozin, 1669-07-28, Marseille,” Early Modern Documents: Sources and Resources for Historical Research, accessed August 5, 2020, https://earlymoderndocs.omeka.net/items/show/13313.

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