1590 ca1659, Nov 10
a Portuguese-Jewish merchant, who became the first endenizened English Jew. He dealt in all kinds of merchandise, including gunpowder, wine, hides, pictures, cochineal, and especially corn and silver, and is reported to have brought to England, on average, £100,000 worth of silver per annum. In the early days of his residence in England, Carvajal used to attend mass at the Spanish ambassador's chapel, and in 1645 was informed against for not attending church; but the House of Lords, on the petition of several leading London merchants, quashed the proceedings.
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02/04/1657-Oliver Cromwell grants residency to Antonio Fernandez Carvajal and by extension, the assurance of the right of Jews to remain in England 
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