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PARRENO, Jose Julian (par-rain'-yo), Cuban clergyman, born in Havana in 1728" died in Rome, Italy, 1 November, 1785. He entered the Society of Jesus in 1745, and taught rhetoric and philosophy in Mexico, and theology in Puebla de los Angeles. He afterward devoted himself to missionary labors, giving special attention to the negroes. The decree expelling the Jesuits from the Spanish colonies forced him to leave his native country and take refuge in Italy. He published "Carts e los Sefiores Habaneros, sobre el buen trato de los Negros" (Rome); "De scribendi Cacohete"" and "Anales de cuatro afios desde 1782 hasta 1785."
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