Andrada, Alfonso De
Andrada, Alfonso de a Spanish Jesuit, was born at Toledo in 1590. He was a member of the college of St. Bernard at Toledo, and taught philosophy at the Athenaeum of that place. He was sent on a mission to the Indies, and found time to write more than thirty volumes, of which Nicholas Antonio gave the titles, and of Which the greater part have been published. He died at Madrid in 1658. We notice some of his works, as follows: ElBuen Soldado Catlico, y
sus Obligaciones (Madrid, 1642): — El Estudiunte Pesfecto, y sus Obligaciones (ibid. 1643 ): — Itinerario Historial que debe guardsar al Hombre para Camninar al Cielo (ibid. 1648, 1657): — Idea del Pesfecto Prelado, y Vida del Cardenal Arzobispo de Toledo, Don Baltazar de Moscoso y Sandoval (ibid. 1658): — Varones Ilustres de Campatia de Jesus (ibid. 1672). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.