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MANEIRO, Juan Luis, Mexican clergyman, born in Vera Cruz, 22 February, 1744: died in the city of Mexico, 16 November, 1802. He entered the Jesuit novitiate in 1759, and took refuge in Italy on the suppression of the society, but returned to Mexico in 1799. His works are "De vitis aliquot Mexicanorum, aliorumque qui sive virtute sire litteris Mexici imprimis floruerunt" (3 vols., Bologna, 1791); " De Vita Antonii Lopezii Portilii, Mexici primum, deinde Valentiae Canonici" (1791) ; "Joannes Aloisius Maneirus de Vita Petri Mall Sacerdotis Mexicanae" (1795); "Vita Michaelis Gutierrii Sacerdotis Mexicani" (still in manuscript) ; "Relation de la fenebre ceremonia y exequias del Illmo y Exmo Sr. D. Alonso Nunez de Haro y Peralta, Arzobispo de Mejico " (Mexico, 1802); and " Inscripciones y Epigramas " (still in manuscript).
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