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Countess de Regla

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Ethnic origin: White

Biographical details

She is said to have been a close confident of Mexico’s first president who almost brought about a change of his cabinet ministers. (Arrom, 41.)

One of La Güera Rodríguez’s daughters was married to a later Count de Regla. (Calderón de la Barca, 182.)

H.G. Ward describes her pearls as “remarkable for their size.” He also mentions those of her sister the Marquesa de Guadalupe, and of Madame Velasco. (Ward, Vol.2, 593)

Life Events

No life events have been recorded for this subject

References

Arrom, Silvia Marina, (1985), The women of Mexico City, 1790-1857

CalderĂłn de la Barca, Frances, (1982), Life in Mexico

Ward, H. G., (1828), Mexico in 1827


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