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When a city mob rioted in 1474 and began to kill conversos in God's name, Don Alonso de Aguilar, his brother Gonzalo, and those of his band attempted to quell the mob, but were forced to take shelter in the Alcázar, where the tribunal of the Inquisition was located. 51 Warfare between the two branches of the Fernández de Córdoba family, and between the conversos and the Old Christians, continued until 1478, when Ferdinand and Isabella arrived in Córdoba to restore peace. The lord of Aguilar and the Count of Cabra were temporarily forbidden the city.

Economic recession and religious intolerance combined to produce a spirit of antagonism against the Jews, many of whom were financiers, money lenders, rich merchants, tax farmers, fiscal officials of the crown, mayordomos of great estates, and municipal artisans. Jewish wealth and influence was resented by the clergy, and their propaganda aroused the always latent ill will of the Christian population towards a wealthy, religiously distinct, self-governing community that was subject to the crown and free from control by urban oligarchies.

In 1541, Juan Pérez, along with the greatest soldiers of Spainamong them the Duke of Alba and Hernán Cortéstook part in the unsuccessful expedition to Algiers. 66 Three years later Juan Pérez, in North Africa, at his own cost furnished horses, arms, and men in the capture of Tlemcen and the expedition to Mostaganem. 67 In March, 1548, Juan Pérez was in Granada, and shortly thereafter he sailed for the New World with his brother Alonso. When Page 20 he arrived in Peru in 1553, he learned that Francisco Hernandez Girón, the last great rebel against the crown in those kingdoms, had raised the standard of revolt in Cuzco and offered freedom to those slaves who joined his cause.

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