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The protocolo is divided into 5 books, with various types of page numbering. At the beginning of the first book there is an index in an acceptable state for reading; however, this is not the case for the following books. The year 1862 contains 25 records. José Rafael Iguarán signs as notary. Among the records are private payment bonds for asset management, protests, recognition of debt payments, sales of assets (such as houses, lots, and land), probate of wills, and legalization of property titles. The year 1863 contains 65 notarial records, including bond payments, protests, recognition of debt payments, asset sales, wills, legalization of property titles, and powers. There are also several processes brought before the District Judge M. Pimienta G. for resolution of disputes of wills. Mr. Antonio Nicanor Escudero is the notary of this book. The year 1864 is divided into three books and contains the first civil marriages. It also contains documents in districts like Fonseca, Tomarazon and Villanueva. The notary of the last of these books is Rafael López Sierra. Among the most notable deeds are protests made by foreigners for jurisdiction issues, like the protest of Mr. F. de Wett Evertz; the protest of Mr. José R. Fraile Jr. against Luis Dalabarre (the captain of the French boat "Camoeny"), and Dalabarre's counter; the protest made by Eli Pinedo, subject of the Netherlands, listed as Vice Consul of Curação in Riohacha, against the customs port manager; the protest of Mr. Manuel Cenecio Carazo against putting a barrack in the cellar of Nicolás Daniels; the will of José Concepción Zuñiga; the formalization of the process of definition of the will of Ana María Brito; the will of Ana Juana Evangelista Daza; probate of a deed to the property of Isac Pinedo, neighbor of the island of Curação to Gabriel Pinedo and Antonio Rafael Iguarán; protest made by the French citizen Mr. Juan María Lempé Noveu; the protest filed by Mr. Hein Bahnstorf, captain of the schooner Hanoverian "Margaretha", and the protest made by Mr. Antonio Cano.