Letter from the nuncio to France, Carlo Roberti de’ Vittori, to PF, 1667-02-11, Paris

Title

Letter from the nuncio to France, Carlo Roberti de’ Vittori, to PF, 1667-02-11, Paris

Subject

Tunis

Description

Letter from the nuncio to France, Carlo Roberti de’ Vittori to PF, in which he writes that Jean Le Vacher had to leave the Tunis mission because his adversary, Jean Ambrozin (who in 1655 chased him away), obtained the office of consul in Tunis from Colbert. As long as Jean Ambrozin will stay on this post, the superior general does not want to send Le Vacher or anyone of CM to the mission in Tunis. The nuncio therefore writes that other candidates should be found in another way. The letter is dated 11 February 1667. At the general meeting of 22 March 1667, the cardinals decide to write to the new consul Ambrozin, that he may propose a suitable candidate for the vicariate.
Date discussed 1667-03-22
Additional comments

Creator

Carlo Roberti de’ Vittori

Source

APF SOCG 254, 116r-117v

Date

1667-02-11

Contributor

Addressed to PF

Relation

For the minutes of the PF meeting where this matter was discussed, see: APF ACTA 36, 76r, 81v-82r.
This is a answer to a letter by PF to Carlo Roberto de' Vittori, see: APF Lettere 51, 25v (database item 850).

Language

Italian

Type

Letter

Identifier

392

Coverage

Origin: Paris
Destination: Rome

Citation

Carlo Roberti de’ Vittori, “Letter from the nuncio to France, Carlo Roberti de’ Vittori, to PF, 1667-02-11, Paris,” Early Modern Documents: Sources and Resources for Historical Research, accessed September 25, 2020, https://earlymoderndocs.omeka.net/items/show/13360.

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