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MAZIEL, Juan Baltasar (mah-the-el'), Argentine author, born in Santa F6 in 1727" died in Montevideo, 2 January, 1788. He studied in the Jesuit college of Cordova, and afterward in the University of Santiago, Chili. where he was graduated and ordained priest in 1752. He afterward became professor of law in the University of San Felipe, counsellor of the audiencias of Santiago and Charcas, commissary of the inquisition of Buenos Ayres, canon of the cathedral in that city, vicar-general and governor of the episcopal see, and first chart-cellor of the university. In January, 1787, being suspected by the authorities in consequence of unjust accusations, he was suddenly arrested in his residence and banished to Montevideo. His principal works are : "Reflexiones sobre la famosa arenga que hizo en Lima un individuo de la Universidad de San Marcos en el recibimiento del virey Jauregui Aldecoa," "Panegirico y poesias de los truinfos del virey Ceballos," "Defensa legal y eco-nSmica de los procedimientos del obispo de Buenos Ayres Manuel A. de la Torre," and "Recurso al rey con motivo de mi destierro a Montevideo." He left in manuscript several works on ecclesiastical law.
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