P. Fernández Albaladejo, J. Martínez Millán, and V. Pinto Crespo (Madrid, 1996), pp. 29-57.
109. See, for example, Juan de Salazar, in Política Española (1619), edited by M. Herrero García (Madrid, 1997), pp. 67-70; Mora, El sol eclipsado, fos. 29r-30r. It comes as no surprise, then, that the viceroys, as the king's living images, should imitate this royal devotion to the Sacred Host with gestures that closely followed those performed by the Habsburg monarchs. For example, we are told by a Mexican chronicler that, one day in 1688 when the count of Galve encountered a priest who was carrying the Sacrament on foot, the viceroy without hesitation asked the cleric into his carriage while he walked alongside. See Antonio de Robles, Diario de sucesos notables (1665-1703), edited by A. Castro Leal (México, 1972), vol. II, p. 171.