In 1590, Viceroy Luis de Velasco II ordered a great census taken throughout Mexico. The introductory statement of this document states that this 1592 census accounts for all the Indians in the city of Colima in New Spain not reported in the previous one.
Sewn manuscript that contains listings of over 150 Indians. Each has a Spanish name, and a table beside each names marks them according to marital status: married, widowed, or single. They are grouped next to names of Spaniards, for example: Antonio Cabillo, Antonio de Mena, Juan Rodriguez, Juan Maldonado. The manuscript is dated January 1592. Bookseller's description and bibliographic references for the document are also included.