In the southern provinces about Cuenca, cutaneous affections are quite frequent.
We visited Cuenca, Segovia, and many an out-of-the-way spot.
It was formerly called Cuenca, and formed part of the department of Azuay, which also included the province of Loja.
So does Albarracin, in tertio-decimo: and the situation of Cuenca is probably the grandest of all.
He proved useful and was rewarded successively with the bishoprics of Zamora and Cuenca and the archbishopric of Seville.
The province supports a slightly higher population than that of Cuenca.
Cristval de Prado, receiver of Cuenca, was another troublesome subject.
The first who adventured was Alonso de Hojeda, a native of Cuenca.
In mentioning Cuenca, he says: "Les tapis de laine qu'on y fait sont d'excellente qualit," p. 237.
As Adrian had been given an interest in this heavy raid on Cuenca, it is probable that Prado was coerced into obedience.