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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents Note

Arrangement

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Año de 1858

Año de 1859

Año de 1860

Año de 1861

Año de 1862

Año de 1863

Año de 1864

Año de 1865

Año de 1866

Año de 1867

The Benson Latin American Collection

Mariano Riva Palacio Collection:

Part 12, 1858-1867



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Riva Palacio, Mariano, 1803-1880.
TitleMariano Riva Palacio Collection
Dates: 1716-1880 (bulk 1835-1875)
AbstractCorrespondence and official documents of Mariano Riva Palacio, thrice governor of the State of Mexico, pertaining to the governance of Mexico at federal, state, and local levels during the 19th century. This page describes Part 12 of the   17 total parts in the Mariano Riva Palacio Collection guide.
OCLC Record No.29925371
Extent7 linear feet
LanguageSpanish or Castilian.
RepositoryBenson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Political leader. Born 1803 and died 1880 in Mexico City. Educated as lawyer. Offices held: Primer Regidor del Ayuntamiento de México (1829), deputy to the Congreso de la Unión (first elected 1833), Minister of Justice, Minister of Hacienda (June-Aug. 1848), thrice Governor of the State of Mexico (1849, 1857, 1871), Director del Nacional Monte de Piedad. Imprisoned 1852-1854 during final presidency of Antonio López de Santa Anna. Named Emperor Maximilan's defender in May 1867. Worked to develop Mexico's law enforcement system, roads, railways, and industry.

For a complete chronology of Mariano Riva Palacio, see   Part 1: Introduction to this guide.

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Scope and Contents Note

The collections pertains to the governance of Mexico at federal, state, and local levels, to management of various institutions and haciendas, to social and economic conditions in Mexico, and to the activities of Mariano Riva Palacio and many other well-known figures of 19th century Mexico, plus documents relating to the settlement of the estate of Vicente Guerrero. Other names prominent in the collection are Juan Álvarez, Mariano Arista, Ignacio Comonfort, Atilano Sánchez Garayo, and Antonio López de Santa Anna.

This page presents Part 12: 1858-1867 of the collection guide. To access other parts of the guide see   Related Material.

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Arrangement

Arrangement is primarily chronological, with items numbered in accordance with the published guide: Dabbs, Jack Autrey. The Mariano Riva Palacio Archives: A Guide (University of Texas. Library. Independent Mexico in documents: Independence, Empire, and Republic;
Vol. 2, pt. 1-3)
Mexico :
Editorial Jus,
1955.

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Related Material

The item level description of this guide follows the published calendar The Mariano Riva Palacio Archives: A Guide by Jack Autrey Dabbs (three volumes, with index). Due to the size of the electronic files, the online version of this guide is divided into 17 parts as follows:

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Mariano Riva Palacio Collection, 1716-1880, Benson Latin American Collection, General Libraries, University of Texas at Austin

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Calendar of Items

 

Año de 1858

7175 Lebrija, V[icente]. Buenavista, ALS. January 4, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Continual threat from bandits; band led by Spaniard Villa; Quintana; Parres; Manleón; San Marcos threatened; Jagüey; preparation for defense; fight near ranchhouse; damage to house; Ameca; Ayotla; Javiera; Josefina; Lupe; Lola; Carlos.
7176 [Riva Palacio,] Carlos. Buenavista, ALS. January 18, 1858.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Attack on El Molino by Indians of Chimalhuacán; Lola; departure of Agustín for Mexico; Marín; damage to store; Texcoco; Javierita; Anita.
7177 Cruz, Agustín. San Cosme, ALS. January 20, 1858.
2 l. 22 × 29 cm.
Effect of artillery fire in the city; Millán; Aguilar; Carlos; El Molino; Comonfort's failure to fight his way out of the city; Mela Cháve[z]; Javierita; Rebollar; Palomo.
7177A [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Mexico, ALS. January 21, 1857 (1858?).
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Departure of Comonfort; government taken over by Zuloaga; casualties; conduct of Azcárate and the Ayuntamiento; imprisonment of Diputado Carbajal for trying to take over the government; Luis G. Chávarri mentioned as governor; removal of family to Tacuba; damage to house in San José el Real by a grenade; Josefina; Lupe; Javiera; Pacheco.
7178 [Riva Palacio,] Josefina. Mexico, ALS. January 22, 1858.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Damage to house caused by artillery fire; occupation of lower floor by soldiers; Tacuba; Juan José; Calle de San José el Real; use of trenches; Javierita; Vicente; Pacheco; Ayuntamiento meeting; Lola; Anita; Tonchita; Lola Chica; Rebollar; Agustín in Chimalhuacán. Note by Guadalupe Bros.
7179 Cruz, Agustín. Mexico, ALS. January 24, 1858.
2 l. 22 × 28 cm.
Letter dellivered by Vera; Chimalhuacán; delays caused by Ricoy; lack of sympathy with Indians; Aguilar; Mela; Chana; Javierita; Zamora; Carlos.
7180 Aguilar, José. Chimalhuacán, ALS. January 25, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter from Palomo; Cruz; store sacked by Indians; difficulty with Anselmo Neyra over damage.
7181 Cruz, Agustín. San Cosme, ALS. January 31, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Travel by canoe; father-in-law ill with pneumonia; Benito Haro made Governor; Junta de notables; Javierita; Lola; Zamora; Escudero. Addressed to Texcoco or Coatepec.
7182 Haro, Benito. Toluca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed letterhead. January 31, 1858.
Appointment as governor by the President; transmittal of copy of speech delivered to the state.
7183 Palomo, J[osé] A[ntonio]. Texcoco, ALS. February 1, 1858.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter from Agustín; charges brought against Conciliador Arrieta; damage to store; brother Casimiro appointed by Lascano; Lascano proposed as Conciliador by Arrequín; return of Carrillo from Mexico with approval of Agustín Toro and Agustín Vera; Vicente.
7184 [Riva Palacio,] Josefina. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed monogram: GB. February 2, 1858.
Vicente; Pepe; Antonio; Lupe; Javierita; bando on religious property; Osollo welcomed by neighbors; Algaras; parade and celebration except in houses of the Adjudicatorios; Agustín; Garate; Luisita. Note by Guadalupe Bros added; cries of [UNK] Mueran los adjudicatorios! in streets; Monjas de la Concepción; keys given Osollo to home of Comonfort's daughters; celebration in the Sagrario; invitation to Zuloaga; Pacheco; Tío Agustín; Vicente with Ayuntamiento, in Tacubaya, and at dedication of the Railway.
7185 Granados Maldonado, Francisco. Toluca, ALS. February 6, 1858.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Delivery of book given by Quijano; inadequacy of salary as prefecto; “el gobierno proscrito de Toluca”; renovation of the Instituto; plan to leave Toluca; request for loan of $300 to make a store of his house in San Joaquín.
7186 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed monogram. February 7, 1858.
Dedication of railway by Ayuntamiento in Tacubaya; Carlos Robles; Coalition expected to abandon Querétaro and make stand in Guanajuato; conflicting reports about Parrodi in San Luis; Pedro Escudero leaving for San José Acolma[n]; Carlos; Javiera; Josefina; Lupe.
7187 Escalante, Joaquín. Jilotepec, ALS. February 9, 1858.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Danger of losing position in Juzgado and house; request for help through influence with authorities.
7188 Aguilar, José. Chimalhuacán, ALS. February 9, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Search for books requested of [Agustín] Cruz; Plácido; local force disarmed by Cruz; effort to discover robbers of the store; Texcoco; Barrera.
7189 Haro y Tamariz, Antonio de. Roma, ALS. February 16, 1858.
4 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Enemies of Santa Anna accused of the same dictatorship; reflections on the political situation; danger of annexation; travel in London and Paris; Javierita; Carlos; Pepe; Antonio; José María Landa in Rome.
7190 Bros, Guadalupe. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed monogram. February 18, 1858.
Javierita; “baile de Tía Bernarda”; description of sermon by Padre Piedra; Soto; Rodríguez; San Miguel; Virgen de los Remedios; “adjudicatarios de buena fe”; past government criticized in sermon by Madrid; procession; Escandón's coaches; Santa Veracruz; celebration at Guadalupe; Pacheco; Pepe; Luisita; Blas; Soledad.
7191 Mañón, A[ntonio]. Toluca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. February 21, 1858.
Letter sent via Agustín Cruz; delivery of account books; $1000 paid by Ramón de la Cueva; Lic. Pérez y Fernández; work on the hospital; illness of workers; painter Rivero.
7192 Barquera, Jacobo M. Toluca, ALS. February 24, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Godoy; Hermanas de la Caridad; hospital; good intentions of the governor; efforts of Luis Arnaldo to obtain his position; shifting of officials; called puros by the military; request for recommendation to Haro.
7193 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed monogram. March 1, 1858.
Doblado reported captured by Parrodi; Zamora to take over command from Parrodi; widespread desertion; Patiño; Lebrija. Addressed to Hacienda de la Asunción.
7194 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] [Borrador de carta a Benito Haro.] Mexico, Unsigned. March 11, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Recommendation for Francisco Granados Maldonado to position in Colegio de Toluca; experience in Departments of Physics, Humanities, and as Director; Catedrático de Literatura; description of reorganization needed in the college.
7195 Cano, Silvestre. [Recibo.] Colegio Tridentino Seminario de México, LS. March 11, 1858.
1 l. 21 × 16 cm.
$15 received from Br. Juan de Dios Valdós, Cura interino de Temamatla. Printed form.
7196 Lebrija, Manuel María. Querétaro, ALS. March 15, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Death of Ponciano Burquiza; income taken over by Arteaga; experience as Tesorero Departamental and Jefe de Hacienda; Pilar, Asunción; Remedios; Javierita; Carlos; Vicente.
7197 Valdés (Valdós?), Juan de Dios. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Stamp: Parroquia Temamatla. April 11, 1858.
Search in archivo parroquial for description of church ornaments; inventory of 1795; late Escudero; Cárdenas; invitation to Archbishop; construction of church; Parroquia de Temamatla.
7198 Cruz, Agustín. Chimalhuacán, ALS. April 11, 1858.
5 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of documents on incident in Sub-prefectura de Chalco; trip to Toluca; Palomo.
a. J. A. Palomo: [Nota.] 1 l. f. 1-1v. Preparation of copies; criticism of Bustamante; support of Haro; Cabrera; complications caused by Zuloaga; return of Arsacó to the sub-prefectura; Francisco Velázquez. No date.
b. Luis Cabrera: [Oficio a Isidoro de Bustamante.] Sub-prefectura de Chalco, Copy. 2 l. f. 2-3. Delay in order to turn position over to Juan Miguel García pending order from J. A. Palomo; García described as troublemaker, adjudicatario de fincas eclesiásticas. By-line: Dios y Orden. April 7, 1858.
c. B[enito] H[aro]: [Oficio a José Antonio Palo[mo].] Gobernador y Comandante general del Departamento de México. 1 l. f. 4. Order to place Lieutenant Colonel Juan Miguel García in command of the Sub-prefectura de Chalco. No date.
d. Félix Zuloaga: [Oficio al Prefecto de Texcoco Luis Cabrera.] Secretaría particular del Presidente de la República, Palacio Nacional, Copy 1 l. f. 5. 21 × 27 cm. Suspension of order of Haro replacing Isidoro Bustamante by Juan García in Sub-prefectura de Chalco. April 9, 1858.
7199 Guzmán, José Antonio. Toluca, LS. April 13, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Effort to obtain help of Vicente in preventing loss of lands in Chautla, Partido de Texcoco, to Justo Ponce.
7200 Azcárate, [Miguel María.] [Carta al Lic. Alejandro Arango y Escandón.] Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed letterhead of “Gobernador del Distrito de México.” April 17, 1858.
Order to prepare the Sala Capitular for public trial of “los asesinos de San Vicente.”
7201 Romero, José María. Toluca, ALS. April 18, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for recommendation to Governor of Ministro de Justicia to continue in his position.
7202 Mañón, A[ntonio]. Toluca, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. April 25, 1858.
Conclusion of work on hospital in sight; store of Ángel Sobrino; departure of Valdés; Jorge.
7203 Eraso, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. April 28, 1858.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Employment requested for brother-in-law Lic. Antonio Guerra Manzanares; service as Juez de Letras in Pueblo Viejo de Tampico, Chilapa, Valle de Santiago, Cholula, and Puebla; Fiscal de Hacienda pública in Guanajuato; Promotor Fiscal del Tribunal de Circuito, Puebla.
7204 Fernández, Manuel. Año de Juzgado 3[UNK] de lo criminal. 1858. April 28, 1858.
7 l. 21 × 32 cm.
a. Miguel García: [Carta a Manuel Fernández en Molino Viejo.] Cárcel Tlalnepantla, ALS. 2 l. f. 2-3v. Refusal of offer of $50 to kill addressee. April 28, 1858.
b. Manuel Fernández: [Juramento.] Mexico, LS. 1 l. f. 4-4v. Request for investigation of the letter of Miguel García in Tlalnepantla. May 19, 1858.
c. Manuel Flores Alatorre and Hermenegildo Arellano: [Auto.] Mexico, LS. 1 l. f. 4v. Order for investigation. May 19, 1858.
d. _____: [Testimonio.] 2 l. f. 4v.-5. Affirmation of testimonio; Fábrica de la Colmena in Molino Viejo; residence with Encarnación Pastrana in Plazuela de Santa Clarita.
e. Arellano: [Orden al Comandante de Auxiliares del Ejército.] 1 l. f. 5. Order for Miguel García to appear. May 19, 1858.
f. Alatorre and Arellano: [Testimonio de Miguel García.] Mexico, LS. 3 l. f. 5-7v. Toluca; tailor by trade, now soldier in Escuadrón de Lanceros de Tlalnepantla; Calle de Peredo; letter written by fellow prisoner for him; Ildefonso Bros designated instigator of proposed crime; details of offer, refusal, and imprisonment. May 20, 1858.
7205 Ruiz, José María. Cuernavaca, LS. April 30, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Excessive work in the Aduana; continued illness; prevalence of scorpions in house; Doblado, el gallo pitagórico, in vicinity with army; shortage of public funds; frequency of crimes; tierra de chinguisitos; arrival of artillery; explosion of one piece, killing crew; Casales; troops sent to Hacienda de Treinta to prevent uprising; danger to haciendas.
7206 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Fragmento de carta a José Nicolás Colín, Hacienda de La Asunción, Chalco.] LS. May 9, [1858?]
1 l. 22 × 28 cm.
Part of letter dealing with handling of crops.
7207 Garay, F. de. ALS. May 11, 1858.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Examination of Lagunas de Lerma as instructed by Riva Palacio as President of the Junta Menor del Desagüe del Valle de Toluca; request for information on recipient of map.
7208 Granados Maldonado, Francisco. Mexico, ALS. May 12, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Efforts to return to office in Toluca; Secretario Cuevas; fruitless meetings with Fuente; service with Tornel; return to Mexico; Haro; plan to leave for San Joaquín; Calle de San Juan.
7209 GOBIERNO DEL DISTRITO DE MÉXICO. [Oficio al Regidor de los Cuarteles No. 23 y 24.] Mexico, LS. Signed Francisco de P[aula] Tabera. 1 l. 21 × 31 cm. Embossed letterhead. May 18, 1858.
Request for report on streets and addresses of the sub-inspectors and “jefes de acera de los cuarteles.”
7210 Bros, Ildefonso. [Testimonio.] San Pedro, Copy. May 27, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Testimony regarding charge of Miguel García; Fábrica de Molino viejo; conspiracy between García and Francisco Vergara; notification of Gabriel Olmedo and Juan Quintana; fight with García; Vicente Vázquez; Francisco Vergara; Joaquín Villafañe.
7211 Mañón, A[ntonio]. Toluca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. June 5, 1858.
Imprisonment of Felipe; servant imprisoned by Colonel Moreno; request for intercession with Francisco Iturbe and the President to transfer Moreno; prisoner shot without trial by the “general” at the Acordada.
7212 Villa Urrutia y Vorcy, Alejandro, Ruperta, and Antera. [Noticia.] Mexico, Printed form. June 8, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 13 cm.
Denial of rumors of change in owner of Hacienda de Zoquiapam; status subjudice in charge of Tomás Salgado.
7213 Miramón, Miguel. [Carta al general Manuel María Calvo en San Luis Potosí.] Guadalajara, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Gral. M. Miramón. June 26, 1858.
Satisfaction with past work; appointment of Calvo as general en jefe of all the troops.
7214 _____. [Carta a Manuel María Calvo en San Luis Potosí.] Zapotlán, LS. 2 l. 23 × 28 cm. Printed letterhead. July 1, 1858.
Resignation of Yáñez; cavalry not to go to Guanajuato; San Luis threatened; General Solórzano made Comandante general de Colima; command turned over to Colonel Chacón; funds anticipated in Colima.
7215 Haro, Benito. Toluca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed letterhead: Gobernador y Comandante General, Departamento de México. July 15, 1858.
Recommendation of Lic. Barrios accepted; resignation of Juez de Texcoco expected; construction of hospital; drainage of Laguna de Lerma; funds mishandled at the Instituto; possible use of Paulinos for operating Institute; Granados Maldonado.
7216 _____. Toluca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed letterhead. July 16, 1858.
Appointment of Presbítero Ignacio Olascoaga as capellán interino de San Juan de Dios; approval of Riva Palacio awaited.
7217 Zamora, B[las] V[icente]. Chalco, ALS. July 19, 1858.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Financial difficulties of Juan and Nicolás; transfer of property to Sáyago; Hacienda de Zoquiapa[m] rented by Lic. Trejo for $12,000; Carlos; Toni.
7218 Ruiz, José María. Cuernavaca, LS. July 23, 1858.
1 l. 22 × 28 cm.
Escuela de Medicina closed; participation of students of the Instituto Literario de Toluca in the pronunciamiento; son Manuel.
7219 Valdés, Juan de Dios. Parroquia de Temamatla, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Stamped letterhead. July 24, 1858.
Letter by Antonio Colín; decorations for the church; notice of wedding; Reyes.
7220 JUZGADO DE TEMAMATLA. [Oficio a Mariano Riva Palacio.] Temamatla, Signed: Mariano Rosales. 2 l. 16 × 21 cm. Stamped letterhead. July 26, 1858.
Notice for all land owners and businessmen with income over $1,000 per year to attend meeting on 28th; law of July 12. By-line: Dios y Ley.
7221 Zúñiga, Francisco. Toluca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed letterhead. July 27, 1858.
Request for Riva Palacio to approach Agustín Noriega with offer of appointment as Prefecto de Toluca.
7222 JUZGADO DE TEMAMATLA. Temamatla, Signed: Mariano Rosales. 1 l. 16 × 21 cm. Stamped letterhead. July 27, 1858.
Order of Subprefecto for hacendados and businessmen with income over $1,000 to attend meeting in Salón Municipal in Texcoco, August 2.
7223 Escudero, P[edro]. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed monogram. July 30, 1858.
Escandón and Bringas in prison; exile of Béistegui and Iturbe; search for designees for forced loan; Riva Palacio warned to stay away; fruitless effort to help Berriozábal; meeting with Jáuregui; refusal of Zuloaga to allow Bernardo Couto to see Escandón about business abroad; packet boat.
7224 Haro y Tamariz, A[ntonio] de. London, ALS. July 31, 1858.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Hopelessness of political conditions in Mexico; comparison of treatment of Mexicans abroad with Poles; Escudero; Terreros.
7225 Rebollar, Antonio. Texcoco, LS. August 1, 1858.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting called by Prefecto; travel in Tezoyuca; discussion of raising an armed force; Asunción and Atoyac; Poncho; Lola; gift of pulque; Javierita.
7226 González, Beatriz. LS. August 18, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Poverty suffered since death of husband Plutarco González; offer of Berriozábal to help furnish her with estanquillo; imprisonment of Berriozábal; request for aid.
7227 Leonardo, José. [Recibo.] ALS. August 26, 1858.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Receipt of $5 for corn from Miguel Cadena. Witnessed by Tirso Romero.
7228 [Riva Palacio,] Carlos. Chalco, ALS. September 2, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Attacks by pronunciados from Ameca and Tlalmanalco on Juchi and Cuautla; Pliego's house sacked; damage at house of Lagas (Lagar?); Francisco Velázquez, Miraflores, and store of Cuéllar; theft of horses and money; Robellón(?) (Bobertón?); Atoyac; López; troops from Texcoco; no damage to Asunción; Lola; Luis. Addressed to San José el Real No. 16.
7229 O'Horan, T[omás]. [Carta al general Manuel María Calvo.] Allende, LS. September 5, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Separation in Marfil; Celaya; Colina on way to Querétaro; defense of San Luis; assignment as Chief of Staff to General Márquez; victory of Acámbaro; battle at San Luis and Atenquic (Atenquique). Enemy referred to as Bluzas.
7230 Guillén Gavilán, Dolores. Guerrero, LS. September 18, 1858.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Letter for Pérez Fernández; powers given to Enrique Virmond of Mexico; use of bonds in Aduana marítima; Feliciana.
7231 Haro y Tamariz, A[ntonio] de. London, ALS. October 30, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Watermark: Joynson.
Imprisonment of Vicente; marriage of Carlitos with Doloritas Cruz; last meeting in La Acordada; Javierita; Vicente; Carlos; Pepe; Manuel; Antonino; Pedro Escudero; travel to Paris.
7232 Colín, Luis. Chalco, LS. November 3, 1858.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 17 × 22 cm.
Notice sent to Compañía, San Juan de Dios, and Archicofradía; fine levied on Miguel.
a. [Luis Colín:] [Oficio al Administrador de la Hacienda de la Archicofradía.] Chalco, Copy. 1 l. f. 2. Insecurity caused by the civil war; order against firing of firearms from evening to dawn. November 3, 1858.
7233 _____. Chalco, LS. November 6, 1858.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 17 × 22 cm.
Complaint against conduct of Administrador Miguel Cadena; Doloritas; Mariquita; Vicente; Javierita; Josefina.
a. [Colín:] [Oficio al Administrador de la Hacienda de la Archicofradía.] Copy. 1 l. f. 2. Reprimand for insulting tone used in answer to order against use of firearms; fine of $25. November 3, 1858.
7234 [Riva Palacio,] Antonino and Javiera. Atoyac, LS. November 12, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Health of Luis; Lola; Chana; Agustín; Colín; Josefina; execution of pronunciado Fabre and others.
7235 Colín, Luis. Chalco, LS. November 12, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Carlos, Javierita, Doloritas, Catalinita, and Mariquita assembled at Atoyac over alarm caused by execution of three constitucionalistas by the Comandante militar; Calle de Tacuba No. 17.
7236 Bros, Guadalupe. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed monogram. November 17, 1858.
Band of pronunciados reported at Tlalmanalco on way to Chalco; executions; loss of furniture; experience of Vicente [in prison?]; piano saved; capture of Perote celebrated; Martínez; death of widow of Pérez Gómez without confession; death of Madrid; Javierita; Lola; Carlos; Colines; Miguel; Josefina.
7237 Torre, B. de la. [Carta a Luis Meyer [Mujas?]. Azcap[]o, ALS. November 24, 1858.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Travel to Mexico on business; Calle Santo Domingo.
7238 Pérez de Lara, Agustín. [Carta a Sebastián Pane.] Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 32 cm. Embossed and printed seal. November 25, 1858.
Watermark: Papel sellado.
Case brought by Luis Jáuregui against Juan Argumoza; order of judge for documents.
7239 Castro, Mariano. Mexico, ALS. November 25, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Robbery suffered on road from Chalco; request for funds for return; visits to bakeries.
7240 Mena, Cristóbal. [Ocurso.] San Lucas Toloc (?), ALS. November 29, 1858.
8 l. 21 × 32 cm.
a. Mena: [Diligencia.] San Lucas Toloc, 1 l. f. 1. Case of prisoner Francisco Molina and associates arrested for attack on house of Asencio Flores; report requested by Comandante militar de Teotihuacán. November 29, 1858.
b. Mena: [Testimonio.] 2 l. f. 1-2v. Testimony of Asencio Flores of Teoloyuca[n] on robbery; help sought of José Gabriel and regidor Francisco Galindo; interference by regidor de Reyes; arrest of Molina; Doña Aleja; Rafael Téllez; theft of liquor.
c. Rafael Téllez: [Testimonio.] 2 l. f. 2v-3. Account of arrest; José de la Merced; Tiburcio; Pedro; Calixto; Polonio.
d. José Feliciano: [Testimonio.] 2 l. f. 3-3v. Meeting with Zenobio Santos; Molina; Esteban; Apolonio; arrest.
e. Francisco Galindo: [Testimonio.] 3 l. f. 4-6. Asencio Flores; Toribio Hernández; Martín Jandete; Gregorio Máximo; Felipe de Jesús; Téllez; Florentino Díaz; Jacinto López; árbol del Perú; Pedro Rodríguez.
f. Francisco Molina: [Testimonio.] 2 l. 6v-7. Incident in fandango de Don Felipe; brandy drunk at house of María Aleja; Ramírez; José Feliciano; Zenobio Santos; Rafael Téllez; shouts of [UNK] Viva la religión!
g. Cosme Ramírez: [Testimonio.] 1 l. f. 7-7v. Association with Molina; Reyes; Martín Jandete.
h. Zenobio Santos: [Testimonio.] 2 l. f. 7v-8. Fandango at Felipe's house; Molina; guests from Jilotepec; Ramírez; Téllez; Félix José; Martín Jandete; Gregorio Máximo.
i. Martín Jandete: [Testimonio.] 1 l. f. 8-8v. Toloc; events in house of Asencio Flores; Gregorio; José Merced; Rafael Téllez; Pedro Ramírez; arrest.
7241 [Riva Palacio,] Carlos. Atoyac, ALS. December 2, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Movement of pronunciados led by Villalba without harming hacienda; horses taken from José María and Miguel; route to Chalco to meet government forces; Luis' family at Archicofradía; women's clothes taken; horses from Asunción; Nandin (?); Javierita; Lola; Lupe; Chante.
7242 [Lebrija,] Vicente. Buenavista, ALS. December 3, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Delay of stagecoach by order of officer in Ayotla; General Aspeitia; messenger from Carlos at Atoyac; pronunciados at Chalco.
7243 Lebrija, V[icente]. Buenavista, ALS. December 6, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Visit to Luis Colín in Chalco; search for Blas Zamora; horses taken from Carlos at Asunción; Pinacate; Garduño and Alvino killed; Quintana; wheat harvest; barley crop.
7244 Colín, Luis. Chalco, LS. December 6, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Visit from Vicente Lebrija; Pablo Granados; mistreatment at hands of band; Lic. Zamora; Carlos; illness of Doloritas.
7245 [Zamora,] Blas. [Carta a Juan.] ALS. [December 6, 1858.]
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Kind treatment of Carlos, Lola, and Chana at Atoyac; loss of horses; mild treatment by Villalba; losses by Vargas and Ortiz; encounter at Archicofradía; damage by later group; furniture destroyed; women's jewelry taken; Luis Colín and Manuel fired upon; execution of Fabre used as excuse for ill treatment; aid of Cabrera; loss of $1,000; loss of watch, Raglan, and spurs.
7246 [Lebrija,] Vicente. Buenavista, ALS. December 18, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival of cuadrilla and beginning of harvest; arrival of Brigada Echagaray from Río Frío; message from Arsacó and continued route to Chalco; Cuautla; Tenango; reported capture of General Aspeitia by pronunciados; daily robberies on Chalco road; Javierita; Josefina; Los Curialitos.
7247 González, José. LS. December 24, 1858.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for support in obtaining political positions for liberal ecclesiastics; appointment of Canónigo Gárate by Comonfort criticized; influence in the revolution.
7248 Lebrija, V[icente]. Buenavista, ALS. December 31, 1858.
21 × 27 cm.
Message from Carlos brought by servant José María; forced loan imposed on Atoyac by Juzgado de Tlalmanalco under threat of band of pronunciados; arrival of Parres and Cura de Chalco, Lic. Calderón with Melecio Tirado after escape from band; horses taken from Solís; escape of Hacienda de Asunción; escribiente shot; Miguel.
7249 Prisión de Estado en Santiago. Unsigned. 1858. No date.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
List of prisoners, some by name, some by profession or circumstances of arrest, divided into 19 classifications: Los pavos y la Guacamaya, Oficina de rezagos, Jalisco libre, La feria de San Juan de los Lagos, La retama, La brigada Viniegra, Escuela de artes y oficios, La Pradera, La sacristía, Hospital de Jesús, La cesantía inglesa, La conejera, Le petit Versailles, Una opera Simarona, Eloisa y Abelardo, Todos son compadres, La ambulancia, El Infiernito, and Depósito de infieles. Includes Dos Cumplidos, Juan Palacios, Lic. Anastacio Zerecero, Agente José María Verdiguel, Lic. Sánchez, Gómez Flores, Esartín, Lic. Revilla, Lic. Acosta, Sánchez Solís, General Aspeitia, General Alcerrieca, Juan Brito, Gómez, Escribano Mateos, García Torres, Sr. Caberú, Lic. Vicente Rodríguez, Joaquín Colambres, Navarro el médico, Lorenzo Ceballos, General Parra, General Callejo, Lic. Malo, Colonel Salcedo, ex-General Zapata, Pantaleón Gutiérrez, Manuel Irita, Médico Olvera, Médico Gabino Bustamante, Médico Guapiyo y Bretenurich (?); Lic. Ignacio Jáuregui, Familia Islas. Other designations: Corredor de Semillas, Tahur, boticario, rebozero, muchachos que...decían... versos vulgares, rancheros de Actopan, Ixmiquilpan, and Huichapan; carpenter and shoemaker, persons fond of catalán, singing, and dancing; Bodega de la Vinatería de la Esquina de la Palma y Portal de Agustinos; Sacristía del Refugio; Casa Matintos (?), viejos ingleses; seis franceses; Norma and Adalgira; antiguas policías secretos; El Chocolatero.
7250 [Fragmento.] unsigned. No date,
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Probably later than 1858. Gives value of hacienda in 1858 as $510,000; description of hacienda; improvements made; houses; irrigation; brandy factory; $50,000 yearly income; house on Calle de Ángel; offers from Dean de la Catedral Dr. Moreno and Manuel Mendoza Cortina; value of Teatro de Iturbide, $82,000.

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Año de 1859

7251 Colin, Luis. Chalco, LS. January 7, 1859.
1 l. 22 × 28 cm.
Arrival in Chalco; notification of appointment given the prefecto; disappearance of gavillas; Cadena.
7252 _____. Chalco, LS. January 8, 1859.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Lack of order in area; fear of the pronunciados; troops in Temamatla; network of spies and scouts; attack of band led by Pilar Domínguez on Ayotzingo and Asunción; Police force organized; Goya.
7253 Lebrija, V[icente]. Buenavista, ALS. January 8, 1859.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
$100 received from Miguel Cadena for Ramón Crespo, merchant in Chalco; widespread fear of bands; Javierita.
7254 Colín, Luis. Chalco, LS. January 9, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 28 cm.
Recognition by Prefecto in Texcoco; troops in Ameca reinforced by infantry from Tierra Caliente; Cuautla considered center of the bands; Goya.
7255 _____. [Oficio a los propietarios o arrendatarios de las fincas.] Chalco, Signed copy. 3 l. 21 × 32 cm. Stamped letterhead: “Sub-prefectura de Chalco.” January 10, 1859.
Desire to organize Fuerza de Seguridad; Decree of August 11; existence of bandits supporting no “plan político”; lack of funds; hacendados asked to contribute to maintenance of force; budget enclosed.
a. Luis Colín: Presupuesto económico de lo que vence al mes una fuerza de policia de á caballo compuesta de 20 hombres, que se dedicará esclusivamente á perseguir los malhechores en el Partido de Chalco. Chalco, Signed copy. 1 l. f. 3. Budget of $960 per month; weapons to be supplied by Governor. January 10, 1859.
7256 _____. Chalco, LS. January 10, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Return of troops from Tlalmanalco; help requested of Robles for attack on bandits in Ameca; Arsacó; bandits at Tlalmanalco; hacendados requested to contribute to police force; Goya.
7257 Somellera, A. [Carta a José Miguel Pacheco.] Guadalajara, LS. January 13, 1859.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of $500 for Doña Juana; $1000 asked by nephew [illegible]; departure of Ramón for Mexico; burning of the Parque de Palacio blamed on accident; victim Lic. A. Escoto; departure of Miramón with army.
7258 Corral, Luis G. María del. Temamatla, ALS. January 13, 1859.
2 l. 22 × 29 cm.
Transmittal of letter from Hernández; conciliation with Curas de Tenango y Tlalmanalco; lack of news.
7259 Colín, Luis. Chalco, LS. January 14, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Forced loan imposed on Tlalmanalco by band of constitucionalistas; Goya.
7260 _____. Chalco, LS. January 16, 1859.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Movement of responsible citizens to the capital; effort to obtain co-operation of the Comisarios; new band reported from Tierra Caliente, another from Puebla; attack at Cocotitlán; capture of prisoners; rescue of family taken at San Gregorio; Goya.
7261 _____. Chalco, LS. January 18, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Cuautla recaptured by government forces; funds released by Landa and Arróyabe; Goya.
a. [Luis Colín:] [Oficio a los alcaldes.] Chalco, Unsigned. 2 l. f. 3-4. Need for Fuerza de Seguridad; contributions requested from hacendados; sum assigned the Municipalidad. Stamped letterhead of Prefecture. January 19, 1859.
7262 _____. Chalco, LS. January 19, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 16 × 22 cm., 1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Departure of Barrios for Cuautla to meet bandits; Goya; telegram taken to Ayotla; Cristóbal.
a. Órdenes que deben recabarse del E. S. Gobernador del Distrito. Unsigned. 1 l. f. 3. Use of loan for equipping and maintaining a police force; appointment of Juan Bautista Goya as head of police; horses; equipment, and weapons to be furnished Chalco by the Prefecto; ammunition to be requested from General Robles; uniforms to come from Depósito “Sandi.” No date.
b. Luis Colín. Ayotla, Telegram. 1 l. f. 4. Warning of departure of Barrios for Cuautla. Línea Telegráfica entre México y Veracruz. Printed form. January 19, 1859.
7263 _____. Chalco, LS. January 20, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Efforts to stir up public spirit for defense; need for arms; Velázquez sent to Tlalmanalco by Arsacó; Goya.
7264 _____. Chalco, LS. January 21, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Need for weapons; bandit attack on Rancho de Texca[l]tenco, near Juchi; loss of corn in storage in the fire; owner Francés Fabre; money taken from Ayotzingo by bandit leader Pilar Domínguez; Archicofradía; pursuit as far as Monte de Ayotzingo; Goya.
7265 _____. Chalco, LS. January 22, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of shipment of carbines; reconnaissance to Cuautla and Ayotla; Goya's trip to Mexico.
7266 Miramón, Miguel. [Carta a Manuel Calvo.] Chapultepec, LS. January 23, 1859.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Plan to put end to Pronunciamiento of December 23; bando to re-establish Plan de Tacubaya and return of Zuloaga to presidency; appointment as General en Jefe of the National Army.
7267 Colín, Luis. Chalco, LS. January 23, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival of Miramón; return of Goya awaited to begin work on Police force; contributions by the Comisarios; contributions to be made to Bush on Hacienda de la Compañía; request from Juez de Letras de Coyoacán; lack of Juez de Letras and Comandante militar; Juan de la Fuente.
7268 _____. Chalco, LS. January 25, 1859.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Need for ammunition; hope for return of Comandante militar Carlos Rosales; bill for $25 from Adolfo Herrera; Lic. Zamora; letter from Molino del Socorro reporting bandits from Ameca and Tierra Caliente; report to Supremo Gobierno made by telegraph.
7269 _____. Chalco, LS. January 26, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Erroneous report by Rondán of arrival of Carbajal with band at Ameca; help requested from capital; Goya.
7270 _____. Chalco, LS. January 26, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival of band in Cuautla and Ameca; withdrawal, leaving Parte Arroyo; ammunition needed; troops sent by Miramón awaited; separation of Riva Palacio; Carlos.
7271 _____. Chalco, LS. January 28, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival of Arsacó awaited; troops with Grijalva in Ayotla; Carlos; Miguel.
7272 Ceballos, Juan B. Paris, LS. January 30, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Marriage of Carlos; persecution of Riva Palacio and of Vicente; imprisonment of Vicente; Riva Palacio's house seized; lack of communication with Pedro Escudero; power of attorney for his affairs given Riva Palacio in 1854; Ramón de la Cueva; request for transfer of power to Manuel Terreros; news of freeing of political prisoners.
7273 Velázquez de León, Michael. [Bachillerato de José María Riva Palacio.] Nationali, Pontificiaque Mexicana Universitate, LS. January 30, 1859.
1 l. 21 × 30 cm.
Printed diploma; approval of José María Díez de Sollano.
7274 Colín, Luis. Chalco, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Blas V. Zamora. March 29, 1859.
Letter to Miguel; Antonino; recovery of Vicente; Doloritas; Carlos.
7275 [Riva Palacio,] Carlos. Chalco, ALS. April 2, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter to Luis; operations in Cocotitlán; attack on Garita de San Cosme.
7276 LEGACIÓN BRITÁNICA. [Carta sin dirección.] Mexico, Unsigned. April 4, 1859.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Instructions received from Conde de Malmesbury; efforts to recover debts and satisfy claims against Mexico; orders to Gulf Fleet to occupy Veracruz and obtain repayment; request for list of certified claims to be paid; Gobierno Central de México.
7277 Colín, Luis. Chalco, ALS. April 9, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Temamatla burned; troops on road to Texcoco; Buenavista robbed; damage to González, Venta Nueva, Tlalmanalco, and house of Pliego; Grijalva reported nearby; Antonino; Carlos.
7278 [Riva Palacio,] Carlos. Chalco, ALS. April 13, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
News of Battle of Tacubaya; arrival of Grijalva with 100 troops; Antonino; Lola.
7279 Miramón, Miguel. [Carta a Manuel María Calvo en Querétaro.] Mexico, LS. April 17, 1859.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
News of Battle of Calamanda received in La Tejería; Calvo's wounds.
7280 Colín, Luis. Chalco, ALS. April 17, 1859.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrival of constitucionalistas Alatriste and Traconis in Ozumba with 2,000 men in Ameca; departure toward Tenango; withdrawal of Grijalva. Arsacó, and their troops to Ayotla; Carlos at Atoyac.
7281 _____. Chalco, LS. April 18, 1859.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Distress in town over withdrawal of troops; return of constitucionalistas in Ameca under Alatriste and Traconis to Puebla and Los dos Volcanes; Miguel; arrival of Riva Palacio awaited.
7282 Gutiérrez, Luisa and Pilar. [Venta de la Hacienda de Tepetzingo.] Mexico, Copy. April 19, 1859.
5 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Ramón de la Cueva; José Güel; Dolores Bernal, widow of José Alvear; property of Dolores Alvear de Arnais in district of Tenancingo; sale to Manuel Arellano; failure to make payments; litigation in Lebrija's court; purchase for $20,000; arrangements for payment; witnesses Manuel López, Manuel Rojo, Felipe Moctezuma, and Juan Zavala; Pablo Sánchez, Escribano Nacional.
a. Urbano Fernández Cejudo: [Certificado.] Administración de rentas de Tenancingo, Copy. 1 l. f. 5. Payment of alcabala; Law of October 16, 1847; payment of Contribuciones directas. February 18, 1859.
b. Pablo Sánchez: [Certificado de copia.] Copy. 1 l. f. 5-5v. Witnesses José Villela, Sebastián Peñaloza, Agustín Tello de Meneses; copy made in Mexico, March 12, 1859 by Pedro Canal, Francisco Villalón, and Ignacio Peña; in Tenancingo by Juan R. Guzmán, José E. Rodríguez, and Francisco Pichardo. March 12, 1859. March 15,
7283 Colín, Luis. Chalco, ALS. April 26, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Return of Riva Palacio to Mexico; rent of Casa del Embarcadero; Vicente; Carlos.
7284 [Riva Palacio, Mariano?] [Borrador de carta a Francisco Higuera, Juez de Temamatla.] Mexico, Unsigned. April 30, 1859.
3 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Restoration of the parrochial church; Escudero; cost of decorations; Cerería de S. Camilo; Cura Corral; help of José Pérez, Francisco de Sales, and Miguel Gadena solicited.
a. Joaquín María de la Borbolla: [Cuenta.] Mexico, Unsigned. 1 l. f. 3. Bill for $296; itemized list of church decorations. February 17, 1859.
b. Francisco Velasco: [Cuenta.] Mexico, Unsigned. 1 l. f. 4. Bill to Cerería de S. Camilo. Basic letter written on part of letter addressed to León Quintana, Hacienda de Buenavista. February, 1859.
7285 Miramón, Miguel. [Comisión en grado de general de Brigada para Manuel María Calvo.] Palacio del Gobierno Nacional en Mexico, Copy. May 2, 1859.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Promotion from Coronel del Cuerpo de Artillería. Countersigned by Antonio Corona, Juan de Dios Peza, José María Ovando, José M. Jáuregui, and J. Mariano Salas.
7286 Ovando, José María. [Transmisión de carta de Miramón a Manuel María Calvo.] Mexico, LS. May 9, 1859.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Promotion to Brigadier general.
7287 Higuera, Francisco. Temamatla, ALS. [Oficio a Miguel Cadena en Asunción.] Temamatla, ALS. 1 l. 16 × 21 cm. Stamped letterhead: Juzgado de Temamatla. May 14, 1859. May 14, 1859.
Attendance requested for meeting on proposal by Riva Palacio.
7288 JUNTA CALIFICADORA. [Ayuda para personas que sufrieron en el incendio de casas.] Temamatla, Signed: Luis Gonzaga, María del Corral, Francisco Higuera, Francisco de Sales Jiménez, Miguel Cadena, and José María Pérez. May 16, 1859.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Instructions of Riva Palacio for distribution of $232; damage done by bandits “con el título de Federales”; contributions requested of Francisco Macario, María Manuela, José Román, José Crescenciano, José Castro, José Serafín, Alejandro Méndez, José Valentín, Manuel Juárez, Pedro Flores, Cayetano Moreno, Juan de la Rosa, Lucas Tlatecoca, Reyes, Tranquilino Díaz, José Ignacio, Irineo Tlatecoca, José María Velázquez, José Sánchez Inglés, José Sóstenes, Antonio Abad, Mariano Apolinario, Juan Contreras, Luis Aguilar, Carpio Martínez, Mariano Rosales, Juan López, Nemecio López, José María Pérez, Lic. Blas Zamora; parley with bandit leader Gerónimo Fragoso.
7289 Cumplido, Ignacio. Puebla, LS. May 17, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Riva Palacio requested to care for his family; charge left with Gregorio de Mier y Terán; 3-year persecution; company of Gallo and García Torres; plan to travel to Jalapa and Veracruz in company with troops of Cobos; fear of bands of constitucionalistas.
7290 Higuera, Francisco. Temamatla, LS. May 17, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of Acta; distribution of donation by Riva Palacio for unfortunates at Temamatla; contribution by Blas Zamora.
7291 Velasco, Zenón F. de. [Apelación de Vicente Pichardo.] Copy. May 25, 1859.
10 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Decision of July 16, 1858 in favor of Colonel Mariano Pérez Tagle; collection of rent and eviction of Pichardo; No. 11, Calle del Estanco de Hombres; estates belonging to the Archicofradía de la Preciosa Sangre; Joaquín de Aldana; provisions of his will; legal claim of the Santa Escuela de Santo Domingo; Huiesi(?), Oficial mayor del Ministerio de Hacienda; opinions of Molino and Covarrubias; question of legality of the Ley de Desamortización; claimants in Veracruz; opinions of Morales Puente and Loperena; Decreto de 6 de diciembre de 1856 on ecclesiastical property; Reglamento de 1 de Julio de 1856; Ley de 25 de Junio; Ley de procedimiento de 4 de Mayo de 1857.
7292 SUPREMO TRIBUNAL. [Opinión.] Mexico, Unsigned. May 27, 1859.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Case of ownership disputed between Vicente Pichardo and Coronel Mariano Pérez de Tagle; appeal presented by Lic. Zenón F. de Velasco and Mariano Pérez Tagle; Law of May 4, 1857; previous decision revoked; appeal permitted on Doctrina de Salgado in Tratado de Reg protec. Partida 2a.; Law of November 29, 1858; sale to Pérez Tagle by the Archicofradía de la Preciosa Sangre de Cristo; signatories Lares, Sepúlveda, and Lebriga (Lebrija?).
7293 Lane, Robert M. M. [Carta a D. de Bonilla, Ministro de Negocios Extranjeros.] Veracruz, ALS. June 11, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Protest against cruel action at Tacubaya April 11 and 12; exequatur of American consuls withdrawn; Miramón blamed; death of American doctors Duval, Ignacio Ritchie, and Alberto Lamon; interest of American President in seeing the guilty punished; protection of U. S. citizens; recognition of the Constitucional Government defended; punishment of guilty by the powers in the capital requested.
7294 MINISTERIO DE GUERRA Y MARINA. SECCIÓN DE OPERACIONES. [Oficio al general Manuel María Calvo.] Mexico, Signed: Corona. 1 l. 21 × 33 cm. Embossed letterhead. June 20, 1859.
Appointment as 2[UNK] Cabo de la Comandancia general del Departamento de Guanajuato.
7295 COMISARÍA MUNICIPAL DE TEMAMATLA. [Oficio a Miguel Cadena, auxiliar de la Hacienda de la Asunción.] Temamatla, ALS. Signed: Francisco de Sales Jiménez. August 6, 1859.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Collection of contribution in Decreto de 11 de agosto de 1858; Governor of the Departamento de Valle.
7296 Vélez, J. A. [Carta al general Manuel María Calvo en Guanajuato.] San Felipe, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed heading: Gobernador y Comandante General del Departmento de Guanajuato. August 16, 1859.
San Felipe occupied by Traspeña(?); cavalry sent to Jaral; evacuation of San Luis; Rifleros del Norte in Bocas en route to N[uevo] L[eón]; Guama(?); money taken by Degollado; Quiroga; Zuazúa's fight with Traconis; execution of spy; Miguel; Woll; Iqu[]o; Prieto; Carlos.
7297 González, José Hipólito. [Carta a M.M. Calvo en Guanajuato.] Irapuato, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: División Woll, General en Jefe. August 20, 1859.
Confusion of name with José María; Izúcar; campaign with President at Veracruz; funeral oration given by Osollo in Guadalajara.
7298 Riva Palacio, Mariano. Escritura de obligacion que por la cantidad de 18,213 ps 42.5 cs otorgó el Sr. Dn. Mariano Riva Palacio á favor de la Sra. Da. Agustina Guerrero de Flores, en los términos que dentro se espresan. Mexico, Certified copy signed Ramón de la Cueva, Escribano Nacional. August 27, 1859.
3 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Liquidation of property of Flores and Terreros; disposition of Hacienda de Temoaya and Rancho del Penal; Agustina Guerrero, widow of José María Flores; Lic. Pedro Escudero y Echánove, representing Manuel Terreros for Pedro Romero de Terreros; payment of $30,000 to Manuel Escandón; mortgage on Hacienda de la Asunción; Hacienda de la Archicofradía in Chalco; pesos fuertes de plata del cuño corriente Mexicano. Witnesses Francisco Lara, Mariano López, Fermín González. Entered in Libro Quinto de hipotecas, Chalco, signed Lic. José María Barrios. Responsibility assigned to Riva Palacio, signed Agustina Guerrero de Flores, approved by Ramón de la Cueva, Mexico, January 7, 1862.
7299 COMANDANCIA GENERAL DE GUANAJUATO. DIVISIÓN VÉLEZ. [Oficio al general Manuel María Calvo, Jefe de la Brigada de Infantería de esta División.] Guanajuato, Signed: Vélez. 1 l. 21 × 32 cm. Printed letterhead. October 1, 1859.
Trasmittal of oficio from the Ministro de la Guerra; Woll's division to march on San Luis Potosí and Zacatecas; Vélez to organize a division; activation of Batallón Permanente de Cazadores de Silao and of Guanajuato under Calvo; Regimiento de Flanqueadores and Escuadrón de Irapuato to form Cavalry Brigade under General José Inguanzo; Commander of Querétaro; disposition of artillery.
7300 Santa Teresa, Fr. Carlos de. Carmen de Toluca, LS. October 19, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Funds required for work on the church; Cárdenas; help requested of Sra. Rul, Cortina Chávez, Mier y Terán.
7301 León Acosta, Benito. ALS. October 30, 1859.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Need for metal measuring tape; superiority over cloth tapes; available in Calle de San Agustín, near Dutch Consulate; Barreiro.
7302 Alcocer, J[osé] y María. Tenancingo, ALS. October 31, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for letter clearing up charges allegedly made linking Joaquín Flores with starting uprising in Tenancingo; burning of Tecualoya; request of Berriozábal for list of suspected persons.
7303 Herrera Campos, Antonio. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, ALS. November 10, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Instructions for new crops; Vicente chosen as legal council; Granados; value of Rancho de San José Buenavista; Trujano; Pablo Granados.
7304 [London Times?] Intereses Británicos en México. London, Unsigned translation. November 29, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Report given Lord John Russell by merchants involved in trade with Mexico; investments; effect of civil war; losses suffered.
7305 _____. Traducción del “Times” del Unsigned translation. 13 de Diciembre de 1859.
5 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Praise of República Hispano-americana by Sir Robert Peel and by Guizot; growth of the United States; excesses committed by revolutionaries; need to exploit mineral wealth; need for foreign intervention; robbery of English; report to Lord John Russell, Minister of Foreign Affairs; combined action by England, U.S., and France suggested; anarchical conditions in Mexico.
7306 Colín, Luis. Chalco, LS. December 22, 1859.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm
Anniversary of death of brother José; account of death at hands of bandits while defending family; burial in Miraflores; Doctor Luna; son Antonio; Barajas; Vicente.
7307 Colín, José Nicolás. [Impreso sobre su muerte.] Mexico, Printed form. December 1859.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.

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Año de 1860

7308 Miramón, Miguel. [Comisión a Manuel María Calvo.] Palacio del Gobierno Nacional, Mexico, Copy. January 10, 1860.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Promotion to grade of Brigadier General for services in Battle of La Estancia de las Vacas; grant of proper authority; salary of $375; Decreto de 30 de septiembre de 1856.
Endorsements by Antonio Corona, Ministerio de Guerra y Marina; Juan de D. Peza; Francisco G. Casanova, Estado mayor general del Ejército; J. Mariano de Salas; José María V. de la Cadena; Secretaría de... Relaciones exteriores; J. Miguel Arroyo; Tribunal de cuentas; Manuel María Canseco; Carlos Aguilar; Tesorería general de la Nación, Esteban Villalba; Manuel Calderón; Comisaría general de Ejército; Francisco Montero; certified copy by Francisco Montero and Naranjo.
7309 COMANDANCIA GENERAL DEL DEPARTAMENTO DE ZACATECAS. [Oficio a Manuel María Calvo.] Zacatecas, Signed: J. Ramírez. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Stamped letterhead. January 28, 1860.
Transmittal of message from Comandante general de Aguascalientes; Guadalajara threatened by bandit groups; crossing of Río Grande at Atemanica; Cabecilla Antonio Rojas; Zamora threatened by Pedro Ogazón, Pueblita, and Vega; La Barca; Tepatitlán; Nochistlán; Juchipila; Tlaltenango; Colotlán; Caudillos Ogazón, Pueblita, Vega, Rojas, Contreras, and Medellín; message from Luis Tapia.
7310 REPÚBLICA MEXICANA 2[UNK] CUERPO DE EJÉRCITO GENERAL EN GEFE. [Carta a Manuel M. Calvo.] Cuartel general en San Luis Potosí, Signed: Francisco A. Vélez. 1 l. 21 × 32 cm. Embossed letterhead. January 30, 1860.
Message from General Jefe del Estado Mayor General del Ejército; transmittal of order for promotion.
7311 Godoy, José María. LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. February 13, 1860.
Payments to Jecker by Hacienda de Cuamatla and Parangueo; delay in payment to Gregorio; Martínez.
7312 Vera, Agustín de. [Oficio al teniente coronel Marcelo Álvarez.] Mexico, LS. February 16, 1860.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Payment of part of salary to Departamento del Valle; verified by Flores y Heras.
7313 Riva Palacio, Mariano and Juan de Junco. [Contrato.] Mexico, LS. March 1, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Witnesses Ceferino Barajas and Mariano Aguilar; rent of $2380 to be paid by Riva Palacio for Hacienda de Atoyac; work to be done by Junco; inventory; care of fields; payment to Juan Nepomuceno of San Pablo near Chalco; Carlos Riva Palacio.
7314 Riva Palacio, Mariano and Juan de Junco. [Contrato.] Mexico, LS. 2 l. 21 × 32 cm. A copy of 7313. March 1, 1860.
7315 Greff, Gustavo. Mexico, Printed letter, signed. March 1, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
New tailor shop opened No. 6, Calle del Puente del Espíritu Santo; successor to Urigüen; patterns from brother in Paris.
7316 Riva Palacio, Carlos. Imbentario de los ganados, semillas, y herramientas de campo, carrocería, aperos de carros y carretones y demás utensilios de la Hacienda de Atoyac, hecho hoy en que D. Carlos Riva Palacio la entrega a D. Juan Junco y compañia en traspaso. Unsigned. 6 de Marzo de 1860
3 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Includes inventory of chapel. Separate list of window glass; count by Diego Parres.
7317 Barreiro, José. Mexico, LS. March 23, 1860.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letterhead: Empresa del Canal de Chalco; meeting of shareholders; election of Riva Palacio as Primer vocal de la Junta Directiva.
7318 Robles, Luis. Guanajuato, ALS. March 30, 1860.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Report to Terreros on content of stone; absence of silver; Miramon's camp; intervention of English Consul; Pedro Valdez defeated by Ogazón and Valle at Zapotlán; Woll's return to Guadalajara; Matthews; Vega in San Luis; Mejía in Tacámbaro; Zacatecas evacuated by Ramírez after conflict with foreigners and imprisonment of French Consul Lacroix; funds seized; Castillo; lack of troop requirements.
7319 Boix, Pedro. [Carta a Vicente Lara, comandante militar de Tuxpam.] Papantla, Copy. April 1, 1860.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Departure for North America; Lara requested to look after his interests and family; debt of Pedro Scapini and Manuel Quijano; Felicitas; debt of Benito Viñas of Nautla; son to be educated in Colegio de Barcelona, Spain; property in Spain to go to brother Félix Boix; sister Magdalena; disposal of personal documents.
7320 Corona, Antonio. [Carta al Lic. Francisco de P. T'abera.] Palacio, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed letterhead: Ministerio de Guerra y Marina. April 4, 1860.
Agreement to free Lic. Riva Palacio on return of the President. Includes note from Tabera to M. Terreros; Mayor; Brigada Icaza.
7321 Tapia, Santiago. Santiago Tlaltelulco, ALS. April 12, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for help in obtaining scholarship for son Manuel Ismael in Colegio de San Ildefonso; influence of Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada, Ezequiel Montes, Luis Velázquez, Manuel de la Peña y Ramírez, and Miguel Romero.
7322 Eymin (Egmin?) P. [Recibo.] Mexico, LS. April 14, 1860.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of $734 from Eduardo Cañas, rent on house No. 15, Calle de Montealegre; Convento de la Concepción.
7323 Arrasola de Baz, Luciana and María Partearroyo de Pozo. [Convite.] Mexico, Printed letter. April 15, 1860.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Invitation to funeral ceremony at San Diego de la Villa de Tacubaya for the victims of the 11 April tragedy, 1859.
7324 Gómez Castaño, Mariano. ALS. April 21, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for financial aid; illness of son; persecution for part in Plan de Tacubaya while Prefecto in Atlixco; support of Comonfort.
7325 Manatte (Maicatte?), Aurelio. [Carta al general Manuel María Calvo.] Cuerpo Médico Militar, Salinas, LS. April 27, 1860.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Permission of Uraga for him to come to Salinas; not allowed to go to San Luis; General Rómulo to go to Zacatecas; includes pencil note by Uraga, same message; papers found in jacket.
7326 Durán, Felipe B. Atotonilco el Grande, LS. April 27, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Imprisonment of [Vicente] for political involvement reported in newspapers.
7327 Terreros, Ignacio. ALS. May 7, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for extra share of income from property of the Conde de Regla because of his poverty; decision of lawyers Escudero and Martínez de la Torre to pay part of property to heirs; brother Manuel.
7328 Leyva, F[rancisco]. [Oficio al Administrador de la Hacienda de la Asunción.] Ejército Liberal División del Sur Brigada Leyva, Hacienda de Tamariz, ALS. May 23, 1860.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Order for payment of $400 to the Brigade.
7329 Barquera, Jacobo M. Toluca, ALS. May 29, 1860.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for copy of original speech by Riva Palacio; changes made in printed form; lament over present conditions; 2[UNK] Callejón de Terán No. 2.
7330 Carrasco, Melchor. Toluca, ALS. June 15, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Loan requested from Gregorio Mier y Terán to prevent Antonio Astorga from obtaining title to ranch; Pablo Gómez Tagle, owner of Atizapán, Rancho de San Andrés, and Mexicalcingo.
7331 EJÉRCITO LIBERAL. DIVISIÓN DEL SUR. BRIGADA LEYVA. [Oficio al Administrador de La Asunción.] Tepoztlán, Signed: F. Leyva. 1 l. 16 × 21 cm. Stamped letterhead. June 22, 1860.
Order to pay rest of money requested earlier.
7332 [VECINOS DE MÉXICO.] [Petición.] Mexico, Unsigned. June, 1860.
5 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Troubles caused by continued civil war; danger of foreign intervention; troops recruited by use of leva; request for efforts to find a pacific solution.
7333 Lezama, Juan. Tulancingo, LS. July 1, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for use of influence with Lic. José María Romero Díaz to speed action on cases sent for review; Juan Rossell; Juzgado de distrito de Toluca.
7334 SECRETARÍA DE...GOBERNACIÓN. [Respuesta a la petición.] Veracruz(?), Originally signed: Llave. Copy, signed by Francisco Mejía. 2 l. 21 × 32 cm. Printed letterhead. July 7, 1860.
Decision of President and Supremo Gobierno Constitucional to favor peaceful settlement provided Miramón accepts the Constitution of 1857. On back: Sucesos de Tepic en la reclamación del Cónsul británico á la casa Barron, 1856.
7335 Serna, J. de la, S. Méndez, and D. Alberdi(?). [Informe a M. Riva Palacio, Francisco Iturbe, and Rafael Martínez de la Torre.] Veracruz, LS. July 10, 1860.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Petition presented to Benito Juárez; answer given by Ignacio de la Llave.
7336 PREFECTURA DE AMECA. [Oficio a Miguel Cadena en La Asunción.] Ameca, LS. Signed: José M. Escobedo. July 11, 1860.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Request for report on rent paid to “corporaciones eclesiásticas” for the hacienda.
7337 Camila. [Carta a su hermana.] Querétaro, ALS. July 18, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Incident of Las Capuchinas; fear of foreign intervention from Spain or from the U.S.; need for government by one man; fear of quarreling congresillos; law of adjudications; law on civil marriage and religious toleration favored by los socialistas; brothers Blas and Pepe; cousins Manuel Dávila, Manuel Fuertes, Dolores, and Concepción; brothers Vicente, Luisita, and Soledad; Cheñolita; Josefina; Ildefonso; Artesian wells; José de la Luz Gómez.
7338 Rivera, Aureliano. [Oficio a Juan Díaz.] Tlalpan, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 32 cm. Stamped letterhead: Sección de Aureliano Rivera. August 15, 1860.
Grain of Riva Palacio to be protected.
7339 _____. Tlalpan, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Stamped letterhead. August 15, 1860.
Protection of grain on hacienda of Riva Palacio near Chalco; title: Coronel de Auxiliares del Ejército Federal; verification by Ezequiel Mérida, Secretario.
7340 D. [Carta sin dirección.] Signed Yo soy D. August 26, 1860.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Meeting with La Señora; her dislike for El Coronel; el pelón B; Zuloaga living in Casa de la Mariscala under protection of Cuerpo diplomático; disagreement with Miramón; Barrio; Lares; rumored capture of Guadalajara; Sagaceta; Castillo; Manuel.
7341 Junco, Juan de. [Carta a Carlos Riva Palacio en Zoquiapan.] Chalco, ALS. September 4, 1860.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Horse taken by L. Ortiz on pedimento forzoso de Julio Moreno; Concepción Nájera; loss of horses belonging to Granados and Vicente; request for copy of Historia de los Reyes católicos and Cartas sobre la educación de la mujer por una Americana to return to owners.
7342 Pruna, Gaspar. [Carta sin dirección.] ALS. September 5, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Military action at town Santa Cruz; defeat of El Macabeo (?) in Silao; size of force; reinforcement by División de San Luis and division of Zacatecas and Aguascalientes; support from Michoacán and Guanajuato; Celaya; meeting with Castillo at Guadalajara; parley between Castillo and Ortega; reinforcement by Ogazón, Valle, and Vega; widespread desertion from Castillo's forces; communication lines from Arroyozarco to Celaya guarded; publication of Leyes de Reforma; Irenito.
7343 Cuéllar, Rafael. Ozumba, ALS. September 11, 1860.
2 l. 20 × 26 cm.
Challenge to personal combat by Juan Díaz; surrender of prisoner.
7344 Bros, G[uadalupe]. Mexico, ALS. October 2, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting of Junta de Notables; speech by Sagaseta; Vicente; Josefina; Chato; Miguel; Chane.
7345 [Sin firma.] [Carta a Botete.] No date.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Payment of alcabala on wheat; Nájera; César; Juan Díaz; decrees for new contributions; comparison with Canning; letter of González Ortega; conflicting reports on capture of Guadalajara in Diario oficial, Guadalajara, and Guanajuato; San Pedro; North American ships in the Gulf; involvement of Spain; Eduardo. Signed with rubric. Includes note signed Regino, Mexico, October 16, 1860.
7346 Pane, Sabastián. [Ofrecimiento ante el Ayuntamiento.] Mexico, Unsigned. October, 1860.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Destruction of buildings in the city; need for flowing fountain; plan in Lima; American invention; Arago, French scientist; damage to Templos del Campo Florido, Santa Teresa, San Fernando, and others; need for potable water; offer to construct fountain. Includes suggested contract for fountain in the Plaza de armas.
7347 Bros, I[Idefonso]. Mexico, ALS. November 10, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Repairs made in Casa de Wilson (Wilton?); transmittal of copies of La Sociedad; prisoners at Guanajuato; Colonel Solórzano shot at Temascatio; death of Alfaro and “un Miramón”; defeat of Márquez; son of Juan Valdivia dead after capture for refusing money to troops; Guadalupe; Josefina.
7348 Rebollar, Antonio, José F. Zamora, and B[las] V[icente] Zamora. Mexico, LS. November 13, 1860.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for intervention with Berriozábal for safety of General Cuevas; Josefina; Lola; Chante; Carlitos; Toni.
7349 Fuerte, Miguel. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, ALS. November 17, 1860.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Order of government for British Legation to send money deposited with it to the Palacio for greater security; refusal; inability of Police to enter; protest of the Spanish Ambassador; guard placed on Embassy.
7350 Barajas, Ceferino. Mexico, ALS. November 25, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Reported revolt of Gutiérrez' troops at El Peñón; execution of some; incident at Chalco; collection of toll on roads at Ixtacalco, Masarriba, Tláhuac; delivery of snow from Chalco; Mier; Landa; Ventura; Atilano Sánchez; Vicente; Carlos; Miguel; gift of cigars; J. Ignacio; Alcérr[ec]a.
7351 Fuerte, Miguel. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, ALS. November 27, 1860.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Price of buttons; Barajas; Cagen robbed by constitucionalistas on road to Mazatlán to collect tax from ships; Ampudia in Cuautitlán; Berriozábal in Toluca; $10,000 collected from Godoy in Cuamatla by constitucionalistas; passport taken from Gómez; arrangement with Slocun (?) for rent of a bus; incident involving Carbajal in La Villa; Josefina; Vicente; Daus (Dano?).
7352 ADMINISTRACIÓN DE RENTAS DEL PARTIDO DE CHALCO. [Oficio a Carlos Riva Palacio en la Hacienda de Atoyac.] Chalco, LS. Signed: J. M. de Olaguíbel. November 30, 1860.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Forced loan of $200,000 on State of Mexico; order to collect corresponding sum from landowners in return for pagarés; Carlos ordered to form part of Junta to decide on break-down of contribution; order by Supremo Gobierno Constitucional.
7353 Escudero, P[edro]. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed monogram. December 9, 1860.
Efforts of Caballero to collect bill against Bernabé Santa Cruz, operator of Zamora's store; account for purchase of sheep; Iturbe; payment for sheep made by Joaquín; Gregorio; defeat of Berriozábal in Toluca; capture of Berriozábal and Degollado.
7354 [Bros,] Guadalupe. Mexico, ALS. December 10, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Incident involving passport of Gómez and his arrest; effort of Barajas to help him; Mariano Aguilar; celebration of capture of Toluca by Miramón; capture of Berriozábal; Miguel Mateos; Josefina; Javierita; loans; payments on houses; Pacheco; Catarina Colín; celebration by Pérez Gómez.
7355 F[uerte,] M[iguel]. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, ALS. December 12, 1860.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Trip to San Ángel and Mexicalcingo; departure of troops toward Tacubaya, Toluca, and Huixquiluca[n]; pistol fight between Berriozábal and Negrete; capture of Degollado and son in Calle Real; return of Miramón.
7356 Villalón, Francisco. Mexico, LS. December 17, 1860.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Program of renting Teatro de Iturbide; case accepted by Judge Díaz.
7357 Barajas, Ceferino. Mexico, December 24, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Payment of $135 made to Jacinto; Garnica; purchase of corn; Pedro; samples of wheat; Caballero; Ignacio; Terreros; Xochimilco; safe place for books sought by Pascual; diplomats called to cabinet meeting; message sent to Ortega; envoys Berriozábal, Ayestarán, and French Minister; return from Tepeji; Cuautitlán; José María.
7358 Bros, Guadalupe. Mexico, ALS. December 24, 1860.
2 l. 13 × 26 cm.
Arrival of Santos Degollado as prisoner; false rumor of arrival of Liberales; mission of Berriozábal, Ayestarán, and French Minister; repair of coach; Guillén (?); Pacheco; Navarro; Ángel Carnera; Carlos; Vicente; plan of Miramón to leave the country; Berriozábal left to maintain order; Imprenta de Segura; Diario de avisos and La Sociedad delayed.
7359 _____. Mexico, ALS. December 25, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival of commissioners; reports of Pancho Tovar and Marciano of meeting with S[an]tos and Berriozábal; plan of Miramón to leave; desertion of his escort; meeting of Berriozábal with French, Spanish, and Germans; Cuartel in La Profesa and San Bernardo; entry of Aureliano; duties of Comandante General taken over by Berriozábal and Governor by Santos; Ayuntamiento of 1857 recalled; departure of Miramón via Lomas de Tacubaya; González Ortega; Mariano Aguilar; entry of cavalry under Quijano; capture of Segura [Vicente Segura Argüelles] in Calle de Corpus Cristi.
7360 Bros, I[ldefonso]. Mexico, ALS. December 27, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival of Vicente; entry of military forces; increased commercial activity in city; Lic. Herrera and Pérez Gallardo appointed to look into clerical business; Godoy; execution of robbers; all churches opened; Miramón followed as far as Llano de Salazar; Pérez Gómez; Berriozábal stripped of command; fire in carpenter shop, corner of San Agustín Street; Gómez; Miramón supported by troops in Toluca; withdrawal toward Iguala.
7361 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Mexico, ALS. December 27, 1860.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Repairs to road at El Peñón for passage of President; robbers hanged on lamp posts at Plazuela de San Pablo; resignation of Berriozábal; Antonio Ramírez to command his troops; Pedro; return to Secretaría requested.
7362 Barajas, Ceferino. Mexico, ALS. December 27, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Entry of `constitucionalistas'; Ildefonso; Vicente sought by Ayuntamiento; González Ortega; $90,000 in treasury taken by old government; surrender of city to Berriozábal and Degollado by Miramón in broadside signed by Secretario Barreda y Rosales; Zarco released from prison; departure of Miramón by Garita de Belén; churches closed; seizure of Cathedral bells; bells rung 12 hours by soldiers; entry of Aureliano; jails guarded by Cuerpo de inválidos; Palacio guarded by Colegio militar; Miguel López presiding at the Ayuntamiento; Barreda's store in Tacuba kept open; triumphal entry of Ortega; search for Lagarde; death of Seguro Argüelles; capture of Manuel Díez de Bonilla; delivery to La Ciudadela; order of Zaragoza for execution of robbers; San Pablo; entry of Melchor and La Llave awaited; José Ignacio; Manuel; Gómez; P. Almazán; Ventura; newspapers sent; Garnica; Miguelito.
7363 Escudero, P[edro]. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed monogram. December 29, 1860.
Payments to Caballero for wheat; Molinos de la Rivera; separation of Berriozábal from all offices; growing disorders in District of Toluca and State of Mexico; Distrito de Texcoco; meeting of Tribunal constitucional in Toluca; Sabás Iturbide appointed Governor by the Gobierno General; Leyes de Reforma promulgated; Manuel Terreros; collection of tax on entering goods at city gates.
7364 Barajas, Ceferino. Mexico, ALS. December 29, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letters of Ignacio and Pedro; sale of wheat to Caballero given up; Chalco; decrees published in newspapers; Ángel Pérez Palacios missing; La Madrid; death of José's son; Gregorio; Domingo.
7365 Palomo, José Ignacio. Mexico, ALS. December 30, 1860.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Publication of new laws; capital value of Casa de Cadena, and of the haciendas; $121 received from Pérez Tejada; corn purchased at La Asunción; arrival of government from Veracruz awaited; González Ortega; celebration prepared; army of 30,000 reported.

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Año de 1861

7366 [Sánchez, Atilano.] Unsigned. January 1, 1861.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Demand of the Ayuntamiento for “La renta de agua”; effort to obtain help of Vicente; request for intervention; Jacobo.
7367 _____. Unsigned. [January 2, 1861?]
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Sale of property placed in hands of Manuel Arben; Rancho de los Ángeles; cattle; Padilla; alcabala; Juzgado de Capellanías; Zedillo; Jesuit property; law of desamortization; Administración de rentas; Juan Mirafuentes; Piña; Dr. Bombalie; effort to influence Vicente. Incomplete.
7368 [Carta sin firma.] Mexico, January 7, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Watermark: Lacroix Frères.
Appointment as Jefe Superior de Hacienda del Estado; documents on behalf of children of José María Garrido and Manuel Terreros made out to Riva Palacio.
7369 [Sánchez, Atilano.] Unsigned. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed monogram: A.S. January 7, 1861.
Financial arrangements with Archbishop; Sollano; Junta de Hacienda; Jacobo; negotiations over sale of property.
7370 G[arcía] León, Porfirio. [Carta a Juan Riva Palacio?] ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Coronel Porfirio García León. January 11, 1861.
Refusal of request; command of cavalry troops.
7371 [Sánchez, Atilano.] Unsigned. January 30, 1861.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Desamortization of Capellanías de Sangre; delivery of payment from the will; Barajas.
7372 _____. Unsigned. February 14, 1861.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Legal question of redemption of the capellanías under Article 58; payment of bonds.
7373 [JUNTA ELECTORAL.] Lista de escrutinio de Diputados al Congreso General y á la Legislatura del Estado. Chalco, Signed: C. Riva Palacio (Presidente), Gil Ponce, Juan F. López, and José María Vargas. 6 l. 21 × 32 cm. 2 l. 21 × 16 cm. Congress list, 4 copies; Legislature list, 2 copies. March 17, 1861.
List of candidates with number of votes for each: For the Congreso General: Vicente Riva Palacio, Santos Degollado, Justino Fernández, Juan Francisco López, Juan Venegas, Benito Juárez, and Blas Vicente Zamora. For State Legislature: Luis Gonzaga Ortiz, Juan Benegas, Carlos Riva Palacio, Anastacio Cuadros, Ignacio Garza, Blas Vicente Zamora, Francisco Rojas, Miguel Cadena, Pantaleón Tovar. Eleventh Electoral district. Second list dated March 19, 1861.
7374 [JUNTA ELECTORAL.] Escrutinio formado por sesenta sufragios de otros tantos electores que votaron para Presidente de la Republica Mexicana, en el 11[UNK] Distrito Electoral. Chalco, Signed, Carlos Riva Palacio, Gil Ponce, José María Vargas, and Juan F. López. March 18, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 32 cm. 2 copies.
Count of votes for Jesús González Ortega, Benito Juárez, Ángel Frías, and Mariano Riva Palacio.
7375 COLEGIO ELECTORAL DEL 4[UNK] DISTRITO. Ixt[apalap]a, Signed: Eugenio Barreiro, Antonio Zimbrón, José María Bernal, and Francisco Piloño. March 18, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of document certifying election of Riva Palacio as Diputado propietario; Congreso General de la Unión. By-line: Dios, Libertad, y Reforma.
7376 López, Juan F. Moral, ALS. March 18, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting of Junta electoral, election of Carlos as President, Gil Ponce, and José Vargas; election postponed by opposition; summary of votes for Vicente, Santos Degollado, Lic. Justino Fernández, and Vera; substitute voted on with candidates Juan Venegas, Benito Juárez, Blas Zamora, and with election going to writer; vote for president; candidates from Ameca: Valeriano Pérez, Juan Venegas, and Manuel Escalante; from Tlalmanalco: Velázquez and Salomé Zamora.
7377 DIRECCIÓN GENERAL DE LOS FONDOS DE BENEFICENCIA PÚBLICA. Mexico, LS. Signed: Marcelino Castañeda. 2 l. 21 × 32 cm. Printed letterhead. March 18, 1861.
Transmittal of claim of Soledad Landa, through husband Francisco del Valle, for dowry promised by the Archicofradía del Santísimo Sacramento, payable from income from Hacienda de Buenavista. Has unsigned draft of answer, accepting charge.
7378 JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL 11[UNK] DISTRITO. [Oficio al Gobernador del Estado.] Chalco, Unsigned. March 20, 1861.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of election results. Includes draft.
7379 JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL 9[UNK] DISTRITO DEL ESTADO LIBRE Y SOBERANO DE MÉXICO. Cuernavaca, Signed: José Joaquín (Jarquín?) and Luis Rojas. March 20, 1861.
4 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Transmittal of election results for Diputado suplente.
a. Copia de la acta de eleccion de diputados al Congreso de la Union, para que sirva de credencial al diputado suplente Ciudadano Mariano Riva Palacio. Cuernavaca, 3 l. f. 2-4. Copy signed by Narciso Salinas, José Jarquín and Luis Rojas. Meeting of session; inclusion of Trinidad Ledesma, Pedro Domingo, and Andrés Lara; votes for Guillermo Prieto, Lic. Manuel Romero Rubio, and Mariano Riva Palacio; election of Prieto voided by motion of Joaquín López Garduño as already holding office as Ministro de Hacienda; new vote, including Lic. Cayetano Gómez Pérez; election of Riva Palacio with 47 votes. Signatories: José Sámano, Ignacio Collado del Puente, José María Silva, Guadalupe Rubio, José López, Ignacio Amado, Eraclio Romero, Casimiro Alba, Trinidad Ledesma, Ignacio Noyola, Jacinto Roque, José María Díaz, Juan Silverio, Santos Torres, Agustín Linares, Pascual Rojas, Juan Dionisio, Felipe de Jesús Cuevas, Abendio Torres, Manuel Lara, Pedro Zalazar, José María Castañeda, Felipe de Jesús Cuevas, Librado Lagunas, Francisco Rosario Manzanares, José María Quesada, Agustín Popoca, Luis Arellano, Tomás Carrillo, Pedro Domingo, Anora Lara. Martín Brígido, Félix Carnalla, Catarino Tenorio, Pablo González, Perfecto Martínez, Domingo Galindo, Clemente Juárez, Sixto Valero, Luis Hernández, Francisco Díaz, Luis Figueroa, Mario Trigueros, Anastasio Resa, Manuel Inojosa, José Villegas, Cornelio Sosa, Pablo Máximo Mindiola, Rafael Sosa, Crespín Ferreyra, Dionisio Ortiz, José Matías, Ignacio Lubianos, Lino Landrove, Cirilo Ávila, Domingo Hidalgo. March 17, 1861.
7380 Escudero, P[edro]. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed monogram. March 22, 1861.
Transmittal of reports about incident in Ixtlahuaca.
7381 Palomo, José Ignacio. Mexico, ALS. March 26, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of documents from Jalpa; receipts from Hope; Francisco Villar; Martínez in Tlalnepantla; Joaquín; effort to get carriage repaired by Wilson; comparison with Luis Napoleon; conflicting series of government orders; capital from Archicofradía del Santísimo to be used for Colegio de Niñas; error in accounts; Protocolo de Madarriaga; business in Aculco; $9,000 due Jesús María from José María Galarza; Monte de Aculco; Garrido.
7382 Lapita (Lazpita?), Antonio María. LS. March 27, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Complaint sent through Goya and Pantaleón Tovar; inspection by Tovar; sympathy with Ocampo; country's troubles blamed on foreigners.
7383 Davesne, Agustín and Luis Gaudry. [Recibo.] Molino del Batancito (San Ángel), Rubric. March 28, 1861.
1 l. 14 × 22 cm.
Delivery of wheat by Andrés Gómez from Hacienda de la Asunción, credited to Miguel Cadena for Riva Palacio; Atoyac.
7384 [Sanchez, Atilano.] Signed A. April 4, 1861.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of papers to study; Decrees of the Ministro de Hacienda and of Ministro de Justicia recently published.
7385 _____. Unsigned. April 6, 1861.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Study of decrees on mines; request for opinion; Ministerio de Hacienda; Melchora.
7386 Zarco, [Francisco]. Mexico, April 8, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Meeting of Soberano Congreso General announced.
7387 Barajas, Ceferino. Mexico, ALS. April 10, 1861.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Deputies called to meeting; election of Gabino Bustamante as Presidente de la Mesa, also León Guzmán and Napoleón Saborío; Zaragoza named Minister of War; J. Ma. Mata to be Ministro de Hacienda.
7388 SECRETARÍA DEL CONGRESO DE LA UNIÓN. Mexico, Signed: León Guzmán and J. N. Saborío. 1 l. 21 × 33 cm. Printed letterhead. April 10, 1861.
Notice to attend meeting of Congress; penalty for absence.
7389 Davesne, Agustín and Luis Gaudry. [Recibo.] Molino del Batancito, San Ángel, Rubric. April 11, 1861.
1 l. 14 × 22 cm.
Receipt of wheat from Andrés Gómez of Hacienda de la Asunción, credited to account of Miguel Cadena for Riva Palacio.
7390 Revilla, Domingo. Coscotitlán, ALS. April 14, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Proposal that the State of Mexico recall officials as of December, 1857 to call for new elections; second plan; to have General Uraga appointed interim governor, then have him appoint Riva Palacio as substitute, with Escudero as Secretary; military support of General Santiago Tapia; importance of State to the nation as an example.
7391 Riva Palacio, Mariano and Emilio Pardo. [Contrato.] Mexico, LS. April 20, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Lease for house No. 2, Segunda Calle del Reloj; limits on subleasing; storage of furniture. Includes inventory of equipment; Clemente Sanz.
7392 Carta Anónima. Toluca, Signed: Su amigo. April 29, 1861.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Deadlock in votes of the legislature; President Pizarro; election of Ortiz; Don Pancho.
7393 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Jalapa, ALS. April 29, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Irregular stagecoach from Veracruz; cargo left at Paso de Ovejas; plan to meet Manuel on his return to the country; Temoaya; Jalpa.
7394 [Sánchez, Atilano.] Signed A. April 30, 1861.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Responsibility for writing new law; provision for the capellanías; Parada to discuss Jecker's credits; payment of heavy Contribución de finca.
7395 Natera, Jose Maria. [Oficio a Petronilo García.] Mexico, LS. May 14, 1861.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Charge of insubordination brought by Lic. Anastacio Zerecero in name of Sra. Eulalia Flores for delay in legal papers; decision by Islas dropping charge and calling for the papers.
7396 Pardo, Emilio. [Recibo.] Mexico, ALS. May 19, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
$120 received from Riva Palacio for Clemente Sanz, rent.
7397 [Sánchez,] Atilano. LS. May 20, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Proposed purchase of house; Padilla on Hacienda de Tetillas; insecurity of mails; value of hacienda; Indian lands involved; toll-road funds; bankruptcy of Jecker; Parada; recourse of foreigners to diplomatic channels for claims; hope for revocation of the Decreto de la comunión de los Colegios; lack of sympathy with Reform system. Address: 2[UNK] del Relox No. 2.
7398 Davesne, Auguste Firmin. [Notice mortuaire.] Mexico, Printed letter, unsigned. May 20, 1861.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Meeting for funeral in home of Louis Gaudry, Calle de San Francisco No. 11.
7399 Carta Anónima. Toluca, Signed: Su [] amigo. May 22, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Election of Berriozábal as Governor; votes for Zaragoza and Uraga; military demostrations by Compañía de Tenango; disorganization in State; insecurity of road to Mexico. Same hand as No. 7392.
7400 Salazar, Manuel. Actopan, ALS. May 22, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Visits to Toluca, Tepeji, Paso de Cuautitlán, and Ixmiquilpan; excesses committed by Márquez in Tula, Arroyozarco, and Tepeji; contribution levied on haciendas; defeat at Querétaro; meeting of Márquez, Mejía, and Rojo in Llano del Casadero; San Juan del Río; horses and armament; Nopala; attack on Romero at Cuautitlán; attack by Patricio Granados; death of Granados; officials carried away by band of Domingo González, brother of Administrador de San Javier in Pachuca; importance of Tepeji del Río; disorder blamed on Governor; strength of Guardia Nacional; pronunciamiento in Ixmiquilpan under Montejano, ex-captain of Lagarde; pronunciamiento by Lindoro Cagigas, Administrador de Arroyozarco; Ley del comunismo; popular support for rebels.
7401 Prieto, Guillermo. Administración general de Correos, LS. May 25, 1861.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Printed letter, lithographed; complaints of lost letters; special box prepared for mail of Deputies.
7402 [Riva Palacio,] Carlos. Atoyac, ALS. May 25, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Bandit attack on Axalco; Pablo robbed of money and horse; Julio López robbed; bandits in Chalco; Juan Díaz in Tlayacapan; light hail; wheat harvest.
7403 Salazar, Manuel. Actopan, ALS. May 25, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Ixmiquilpan; escape of rebels through El Cardonal; secret meetings of Luis Ramírez, García (ex-officer of Javier Lagarde), Pascual Mejía; news of election of Berriozábal as Governor; Peña; Ramírez of Alfajayucan; request that Maximiliano Campos be named prefecto for Tlalnepantla and Isidoro Luque for Tula; property in Monte de la Villa del Carbón; brother Agustín and son-in-law José María López Monroy recommended for positions.
7404 Martínez de la Concha, José María. Toluca, ALS. June 4, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Disorder in State Treasury; Soto; loan of $100,000; Ignacio Peña y Barragán appointed Secretario de Justicia; meeting of Berriozábal with minority group. Note by Berriozábal.
7405 Gutiérrez, Felipe. Toluca, ALS. June 4, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for intervention with Berriozábal to obtain pay for the portraits of past governors; Aranda.
7406 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Toluca, LS. June 5, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Assumption of office as Governor; aid of Martínez de la Concha; support of Legislature; loan authorized; support of Riva Palacio and Manuel Villamil solicited for loan; state of the Treasury; need for eliminating bands and for protection of property.
7407 Martinez de la Concha, José María. Toluca, ALS. June 7, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Difficulties in obtaining loan; imposts already levied by the Gobierno General; danger that loans may turn into contributions.
7408 Casa Madrid, Viviano G. Rubric. June 8, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Printed letter. Notice of assumption of office of Director of Colegio Franco-Mexicano; departure of Marcos Silve; improvements in school.
7409 Ansoástegui, Domingo de. ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. June 22, 1861.
Mission of Lic. José María Aguirre Barrera to Toluca to present appeal for amnesty for Repizo; request for intervention with Escudero on his behalf.
7410 Olaguíbel, J. M. de. Chalco, ALS. June 23, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for payment of contribution on haciendas; need for payment to local troops and payments to Toluca; Martínez de la Concha.
7411 Pardo, Emilio. [Recibo.] Mexico, LS. July 19, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Receipt of $120 from Riva Palacio, rent; Clemente Sanz.
7412 Camargo, Jacobo []. Mexico, ALS. July 23, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Review of work in Junta de crédito público; accounts of Convenciones diplomáticos and the London Debt; inequity of pay; request for increased pay.
7413 Lebrija, Vicente. Toluca, ALS. July 25, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Impatience with the deputies; deputies called “inmunda pandilla de léperos”; failure to meet responsibilities; Felipe; Alas; leader Sancha; Javierita; Lupe; Josefina; Lola.
7414 G[arcía] Conde, Alejo. [Carta a Guadalupita.] Chiconautla, ALS. July 27, 1861.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Position of Riva Palacio as President of the Junta Directiva de crédito público, in charge of employees; service in Comisario general de Sonora, Comisario general de Chihuahua, Administrador de la Aduana marítima de Guaymas, in Mazatlán, Administrador de Rentas de Durango, Administrador de la Aduana Fronteriza del Paso del Norte, Chihuahua, after the Treaty of Guadalupe; discharge for part in Plan de Jalisco by Alteza Serenísima; forgotten by Comonfort; return to farming; support of Revolución de la Reforma; request for recommendation to Riva Palacio for place in State of Mexico; Vicente.
7415 Salazar, Manuel. Actopan, ALS. July 27, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Ingratitude of Berriozábal; loss of employment blamed on evil advice given Martínez de la Concha by Francisco Viniegra and Sancha; siege of Márquez in Pachuca; local support.
7416 Santillán, J. M. Mexico, ALS. July 29, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Junta de Hacienda headed by Riva Palacio; offer of services; experience in Rentas públicas; service in Huichapan; Ramo de Capitación; Aduanas de Cuautitlán, Zump[ang]o, and Tlalnepantla defended against americanos in 1847; Doctor Magos (?) in Huichapan; Instituto Literario de Toluca; pursuit by Lagarde; Administración de Tula.
7417 Cartas de Pretendtes., solicitando empleos en la Oficina de la Junta Supr. de Hacda., creada por decreto de Año de 17 de julio. 1861.
26 l. 21 × 27 cm.
a. M. Payno: [Carta al Lic. Ignacio Júregui.] ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. f. 2. Recommendation for Pedro Mendiondo; his good handwriting. Notes on back of cover sheet: recommendation for Teodoro Urisoti for “Ramo de Créditos activos.” Apparently addressed to Agustín J. Mendizábal, oficial de Desamortización; Pizarro. August 3, 1861.
b. M. Romero: LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. f. 3-3v. Recommendation for Francisco Cruzado; Junta de créditos. August 14, 1861.
c. Jacobo [B?] Camargo. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. f. 4. Meeting with Espinosa; application recalled. August 15, 1861.
d. José María Iglesias. Mexico. LS. 2 l. 21 × 32 cm. f. 5-5av. Recommendation for Teodoro F[ernández?] del Castillo. On back: Manuel Sámano, Contaduría General del Estado de México. August 17, 1861.
e. José M. Núñez: [Carta a Ignacio Jáuregui.] Mexico, LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. f. 6. Recommendation for Pablo Cárdenas, unable to accept appointment to Aduana de Guaymas because of his health. August 19, 1861.
Watermark: Lacroix Frères.
f. Manuel Baranda. LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. f. 7-8v. Recommendation for Antonio Portugal. August 19, 1861.
g. Manuel María de Zamacona. ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. f. 9-9v. Recommendation for Miguel Rico; experience in primary education in State of Mexico. August 19, 1861.
h. Juan Suárez Navarro. San José el Real, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. f. 10-11v. Recommendation for Antonio Gómez Portugal. On back: J. Próspero Mendoza, Callejón de la Cazuela No. 1. August 20, 1861.
i. Jesús Torrescano: [Carta a Pedro Escudero.] ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. f. 12-13v. Loss of documents prepared by brother Marcelino in robbery of stagecoach from Toluca. August 21, 1861.
j. José María Urquidi. ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. f. 14-15v. Recommendation for Delfino Macín; service in Junta Calificadora de créditos. August 21, 1861.
k. Pedro Escudero. LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. f. 16-17v. Recommendation for José María Maciel. August 22, 1861.
l. Manuel María de Zamacona. ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. f. 18. Recommendation for Miguel Rico. August 22, 1861.
m. José M. Núñez: [Carta a Ignacio Jáuregui.] LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. f. 19. Recommendation for Francisco Granadas Maldonado as escribiente. Name embossed. August 22, 1861.
n. Agustín V. Ledesma. ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. f. 20-21v. Application. August 24, 1861.
o. Manuel Piña y Cuevas. ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. f. 22-23v. Recommendation for Romualdo de la Barrera. Added note by Luis G. Cuevas; Felipe, son of this Romualdo. August 25, 1861.
p. José R. Núñez: [Carta a Ignacio Jáuregui.] LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. f. 24-25v. Recommendation for Miguel Yúdico. Name embossed. August 29, 1861.
q. Ponciano Maya (?). LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. f. 26. Recommendation for Amador Aranda; employment by Dirección de Beneficencia. Embossed: Dirección General de los Fondos de Dirección de Beneficencia Pública. August 29, 1861.
7418 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, Unsigned. August 6, 1861.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Signature requested on dictamen “sobre excepción de créditos de la revolución.”
7419 [Riva Palacio,] Carlos. Atoyac, ALS. August 12, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Raid by Galván on Juchi, Temamatla, San Pedro; Asunción not affected; return via Milpa Alta; sale of horse requested by Higuera; protection by Escuadrón Vega; Ayotla; damage by hail in Asunción and Atoyac, more in San Andrés; plague of worms in fields.
7420 Bernal, J. M. Chimalistac, ALS. August 22, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Loss of house by adjudication under Law of February 5; Calle de Santa Teresa; service as Alguacil Mayor del Arzobispado; Arteaga; request for intervention to prevent loss of house; son José Antonio.
7421 Sánchez, Atilano. LS. August 25, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Summary of property in his charge; Ley de contribuciones; responsibility to “tres Monjas” for income from Capellanías; Sra. Zamacona, sister of Minister; Sra. Castañiza; injustice of new regulations; Padilla; care of “Niñas de los Vizcaínos”; Obra pía de la Sra. Romero; Escudero; Ortega.
7422 Colín, Luis. Chalco, ALS. September 3, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Abduction of Mariano by cabecilla Jacinto Galván from Milpa Alta on Mexico road, near Ayatzingo; Tetela; Brígida; Guarneros; request for advice.
7423 Hernández, Nazario. ALS. September 6, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Retirement during Comonfort's time; Cousin Doloritas; request for recommendation to Juan López, Director del Ferro-carril, México-Puebla, as secretary or laborer; plans to extend railway to Guadalupe and San Juan Teotihuacán.
7424 Arroyo, F[rancisco]. Zitácuaro, ALS. September 9, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for employment; withdrawal from political life.
7425 Santa María Cruzado(?), Luis. [Carta a Carlos Riva Palacio.] Chalco, LS. September 11, 1861.
1 l. 18 × 22 cm.
Request for 100 arrobas of hay for military use; Burgos.
7426 [Juárez, Benito.] Mexico, September 16, 1861.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Printed invitation to dinner at the Palacio.
7427 Olaguíbel, J. M. de. Chalco, LS. September 25, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for recommendation to Governor in Toluca for Alcalde Cristóbal Guarneros.
7428 Piedra, José de la. ALS. September 27, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Loss of pension for signed protest in the Estado Mayor against the Reform Laws; request to the Soberano Congreso for restitution; request for intervention with Vicente to help in suit; employment sought on haciendas of Gregorio Mier y Terán; recent illness.
7429 Bros, I[ldefonso]. San Ildefonso, ALS. November 18, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Improvements made in factory with help of Sr. Hope; request for use of influence to withhold proposed arancel concerning cost of factory products.
7430 Pardo, Emilio. [Recibo.] Mexico, LS. November 19, 1861.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Receipt of $120, rent on house, Calle del Relox; Clemente Sanz.
7431 [Sánchez,] Atilano. LS. November 21, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Refusal to sell land without house as proposed by Pane; sale postponed until better times.
7432 Villar. [Recado]. Mexico, Unsigned. December 4, 1861.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Opposition of Riva requested to discussion of Juez de Letras; opposition of Electores de Tlalpam and Mexico. Pencil note: Que se quite lo de la alcabala y contraregistro de la Ley de Julio.
7433 Legorreta, Cayetano and Guadalupe Adame. Santa María del Río, Printed wedding announcement, unsigned. December 9, 1861.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
7434 Aguirre de la Barrera, José María. Tlalnepantla, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. December 9, 1861.
Receipt of recommendation favoring Robles.
7435 Verástegui, Paulo. San Luis, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design. December 22, 1861.
Request for aid in business affair to be explained by Carlos María Escobar.
7436 [Exposición.] Unsigned. 1861?
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Historical summary; water rights in Los Leones; joined to Santa Fé in time of Santa Anna (1852), serving Fábrica de Santa Fé, Molino y Fábrica de papel de Belén, Molino de Valdez; Molino de Santo Domingo; separation under Miramón government on request of E. Mafron(?); payment to Sra Barron; loss of water by Tacubaya; loss to orchards of Escandón, Barrón, Labadie, and Iturbe; appeal to Ayuntamiento de México in 1860 on behalf of Tacubaya; Molino del Rey; Cuajimalpa.

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Año de 1862

7437 Ruiz, Mariano. Cuernavaca, LS. 4 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Antonio Ruiz. January 3, 1862.
Assumption of office by Berriozábal; Agustín Cruz; conspiracy among hacendados de Cuautla; membership in the Junta de Hacienda; Alcabalas suspended; means used by military leaders to obtain funds; establishment of Comisaría general recommended; Aduanas; Tesorería pagaduría established in Acapulco in past for handling troops; offer of services.
7438 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, ALS. January 16, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Care for fields at San José and Aguapetlayuca; harvest at San Vicente; transmittal of proclamation of “aliados extranjeros”; Carlos; Antonino's illness; collection from Parrilla in Ameca.
7439 Pardo, Emilio. [Recibo.] Mexico, LS. January 19, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Payment of $120 house rent; Clemente Sanz.
7440 JUZGADO DE TEMAMATLA. [Oficio a Miguel Cadena.] Temamatla, LS. Signed: Mariano Rosales. 2 l. 16 × 21 cm. Stamped letterhead. January 21, 1862.
Order to attend meeting of landowners; impost of $162 levied by Law of December 4, 1861.
7441 [Riva Palacio,] Carlos. Atoyac, ALS. January 22, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Account of repulse of small robber band; family moved to Chalco; Luis; barley harvest; Cuautla.
7442 Verástegui, Paulo. San Luis, ALS. January 29, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Decree of Gobierno general placing state in state of siege; military, civil, and political powers given to General González Ortega; letters of Jesús Terán and Lic. Antonio García; objection of the potosinos; request for discussion with Doblado.
7443 Tovar, Pantaleón. Orizaba, ALS. January 29, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Reports published in Mexico newspapers; lack of data in Boletín Oficial del Ejército; good information in El Progreso of Jalapa; semi-weekly communication with Veracruz; entry of army officers disguised as merchants, e. g. Narciso García Conde; method of flying French, English, Mexican, and Spanish flags; association of French and English on one hand, Mexican and Spanish on other; Spanish withdrawal from La Tejería to Medellín; French invited to camp at Loma de Piedra by General Uraga; offer accepted by Jurien de la Graviére; exchange of gifts; arrival of General Mejía in Córdoba; arrival of Zamacona; French and English interest reported to be purely financial, seeking recognition of the Jecker bonds as internal debt, revision of León-Almonte Treaty, and recognition of Juárez government; surprise of allies to see size of Juarist Army; good conduct of the Mexicans; advance expected to Acultzingo, La Hoya, and Puebla; purpose of writing about negotiations foiled by government order to avoid the subject; travel to La Soledad; Spanish soldiers' dislike of officers and inclination to desert; desertion among the Zouaves.
a. Pantaleón Tovar: [Carta a Mariano Riva Palacio.] Orizaba, 2 l. f. 3-4v. Allied movement to Alvarado and Tlacotalpan; effort of Miramón to disembark foiled; Wycke's refusal to allow Miramón to disembark in Alvarado. January 29, 1862.
7444 Pérez, José María, Ignacio Amescua, and Francisco Legorreta. [Oficio sin dirección.] Temamatla, LS. 1 l. 16 × 21 cm. Stamped letterhead: Juzgado de Temamatla. January 30, 1862.
Shortage of persons in vicinity [to pay tax].
7445 [Cuaderno.] Asunción, Unsigned. February 2, 1862 to April 20, 1863.
7 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Folios 1-5v consist of daily record of hacienda operations: sheep-shearing; care of mules and horses; pigs; Atoyac; coal sold to Tomás Cadena; sale of milk; corn sales; baptism of daughter of Tomás Cadena; Antonino Riva Palacio; sale of coal; Andrés Gómez; harvest at San Vicente; sales to Miguel Cadena; lime brought from Temoaya by Cruz Oropeza; Pablo Granados; Ventura Murreca (Alcerreca?); Romero; carpenter; Agustín López; sale to Juan Pablo of Zula; Lorenzo Omaña from Temoaya; ropes for milk cows; purchase of iron and steel; Ahuehuete. Folios 6-7v include copies of letters and messages; departure of Mariano Riva Palacio by canoe; invasion of plateados; hacienda turned over to Tomás Cadena, March 19, 1863; brick work done by masons, supervised by Antonino; clay brought from San Lorenzo; planting at Dolores; Javiera Riva Palacio; Josefina Bros; Lupe Bros; Dolores Cruz; Vicente Riva Palacio; Carlos Riva Palacio; José A. Riva Palacio(?) (M.?); Manuel Riva Palacio; Antonino Riva Palacio; Lolita Riva Palacio; Agustín Riva Palacio; Inclán; Ramírez; Tomás; wheat and barley crops; Tomás Velázquez de la Cadena; Rafael Ramírez; José María Mora; Ocotlán; San Agustín; San Javier; El Parral; March 8, 1863. Rains; illness of Miguel; Archicofradía; Tlapala; El Arenal; April 20, 1863; pencil letter, April 21, 1863; Jesús Cano.
7446 Pacheco, Luis G. Puerto de Mazatlán, ALS. 2 l. 20 × 25 cm. Embossed design: Moinier Superfine Paper London. February 17, 1862.
Loss of position as Promotor Fiscal de Hacienda in the state as result of law suppressing “juzgados de Distrito y Circuito”; request for employment as Agente de fomento in the port; protest at withdrawal of Federal (National) authority, increasing state authority; confusion in legal structure; state law requiring payment of duty on introduction of nationalized property; derechos de arancel; immigration decree; vacant lands declared state property.
7447 Pardo, Emilio. [Recibo.] Mexico, LS. February 19, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Payment of $120 house rent by Riva Palacio; Clemente Sanz.
7448 [Riva Palacio,] Carlos. Atoyac, ALS. February 28, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Luis; Miguel; receipt of correspondence between Doblado and Prim; lack of faith in return of allies in case of broken negotiations; departure of Berriozábal for the east; Pascual González made Governor; need to clear hangers-on out of the state capital; preparation of fields in San Andrés; planting at Tlasango; Javierita; Lola.
7449 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Jalapa, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed General Felipe B. Berriozábal. March 9, 1862.
Destructive fire in ammunition supply at Chalchicomula with 1,500 dead; garrison duty.
7450 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Zaragoza, ALS. March 10, 1862.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Departure of Manuel; enlistment as soldier in Zaragoza Battalion, which he helped organize; Sort.
7451 MINISTERIO DE RELACIONES EXTERIORES Y GOBERNACIÓN. Mexico, Signed: Doblado. March 29, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Appointment to be President of the Ayuntamiento de México. By-line: Libertad y Reforma.
7452 _____. Mexico, Signed: Doblado. March 31, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Acceptance of refusal of appointment as President of the Ayuntamiento. By-line: Libertad y Reforma.
7453 Solís, Atanasio. Chalco, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. and 15 × 15 cm. Stamped letterhead: Tesorería Municipal de Chalco. March 31, 1862.
Receipt of $6 from Mariano Riva Palacio for maintenance of Fuerza de Seguridad. Includes note by Mateo López; March 30, 1862, and M. Monroy, Recaudador, imposing impost; Decree of October 17, 1861.
7454 Comonfort, Ignacio. Ciudad Victoria, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed as in No. 6033. April 1, 1862.
Assumption of military powers delegated by Vidaurri on authority of Supremo Gobierno; departure from Monterrey; forces gathered at Linares; troops from Coahuila and Nuevo León; state declared in state of siege by Serna and preparations made to resist Government; 100-day siege of Matamoros; burning of Matamoros by Carbajal; capture of Victoria without a flight; withdrawal of Serna to Tula; desertion of his forces; strengthening of troops against possible foreign war; Jesús Andrade in Huasteca.
7455 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Jalapa, LS. April 14, 1862.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Letter from Perote; notice by Prim of inability to agree with allied commissioners; French to continue the war alone; Riva Palacio requested to look after his family.
7456 SECRETARÍA DE ESTADO...DE HACIENDA Y DE CRÉDITO PÚBLICO. Mexico, LS. Signed: José M. Núñez. 2 l. 21 × 32 cm. Embossed letter-head. April 22, 1862.
Transmittal of communication from Gregorio Mier y Terán; need for defending the country against the French; appointment of Junta by the President to plan for financing the war; Riva Palacio appointed president of the Junta; others: José Joaquín de Rosas, Nicanor Béistegui, Manuel Escandón, Antonio Echeverría, and Lic. Rafael Martínez de la Torre; note in hand of Riva Palacio: Acepté.
7457 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, LS. April 29, 1862.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Instructions for protection of family and Antonino; care of papers; weapons for use against robbers; Gómez; Jesús.
7458 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Puebla, LS. May 9, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Withdrawal of French to Orizaba; pursuit plans; Vicente; French defeat on 5th; transmittal of copy of speech made to his troops. Includes letter by Vicente; Josefina; José; horse promised by M. Terreros; Martínez de la Torre; Chapulco; Napoleon; pride in Mexican troops; publication of notices by Joaquín Alcalde.
7459 Riva [Palacio, Mariano]. [Carta a Guillermo Prieto.] San Nicolás el Grande, ALS. May 11, 1862.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Pride in work of the Ejército de Oriente; cavalry operations.
7460 Berriozábal, Felipe B. El Palmar, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. May 19, 1862.
Reconnaissance of Aculcingo by Tapia provokes attack; aid by Batallón de Zapadores and Brigada de Morelia; loss of 1,100; concentration of division; Negrete at San Andrés; Álvarez at Ixtapa[n]; Carbajal in Quecholac; Vicente.
7461 Comonfort, Ignacio. Tampico, LS. May 24, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Report on operations to be made by Montellano.
7462 Alemán de Renedo(?), Juan. Toluca, ALS. May 25, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Daily robberies on Mexico road; Capital de beneficencia; payment of $3,000 due fund of Huérfanas del Convento del Carmen; suit brought by Germán Bernardo Wisser (Winer?) for recovery; administration of such funds taken over by the Junta de Beneficencia of each state; appeal to Ruiz and Erdozain; Calle de Santo Domingo; Donceles.
7463 Riva Palacio, Carlos. Imbentario perteneciente á la Hacienda de Atoyác, hecho el 9 del més de Junio, semana número 24, del año de mil ochocientos sesenta y dós, en que D. Carlos Riva Palacio la entregó á Dn. Miguel Cadena. Hacienda de Atoyác, LS. June 9, 1862.
4 l. 21 × 32 cm.
List of farm tools, seed, grain, cattle, and other animals; chapel ornaments.
7464 Tirado, Guillermo. Chalco, LS. June 10, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for certificate of amnesty granted in 1857.
7465 Salazar, Manuel. Tula, ALS. June 10, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Special powers given Isidoro Luque “facultado en rentas y Guerra”; trouble caused locally; arrival of Manuel Zomera y Piña with wider powers granted by Zárate; Law of December 4, 1861 suspended in Jilotepec; Luque removed and appointment of Antonio Bravo; Felipe Hernández appointed Jefe político and Comandante militar of District of Tula by the Gobierno General; Gelista in Jilotepec replaced by Juan Nepomuceno Enríquez; Berriozábal; executions by Hernández; lawlessness in the area; appointments made by Doblado criticized; centralization of tax collection; orders of Gobierno General to prevail over state powers.
7466 Godoy, José María. Parangueo, LS. June 14, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Daughter's wedding complicated by her illness; death of Escandón; Juan; difficulties on lands at Cuamatla; effort of son-in-law to reclaim Guadalupita and children; appeal to Luis Robles in Guanajuato for separation; notice of intent by Echeverría; Manuelita; discussions with Martínez and Siliceo about possible divorce, citing adultery as reason; request for advice; Gregorio; Riva Palacio recognized as head of the Diputación; Javierita; Josefina; Lupe; Barajitas.
7467 [Carta sin firma.] Mexico, June 17, 1862.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of imprint about events in Orizaba; loss of ground; defeat of Alatorre with loss of 500; El Ingenio held by Mexicans; headquarters in Acultzingo; Ortega.
7468 Bros, Guadalupe. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed monogram. June 17, 1862.
Calle del Reloj; defeat of González Ortega; El Monitor; Blas; Martínez; Juan Mateos' visit; Antonino.
7469 Barajas, Ceferino. Mexico, ALS. June 19, 1862.
2 l. 13 × 27 cm.
Price of corn; “maíz de Bringas”; Pérez going to Chalco; Pablo robbed on road; Vicente in Tecamalucan; Berriozábal's division; government report on defeat at Orizaba, calling for more soldiers; Lupe; Miguel; Antonino.
7470 Saborío, J[uan] N[apoleón]. ALS. June 19, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting with General Hinojosa for reorganization of district for better administration; proposal to restore the old political districts of Huejutla, Zacualtipán, Mextitlán, Tula, and Huichapan; Ixmiquilpan, Zimapán, and Actopan, Pachuca, and Tulancingo, divided into four “old” districts; request for suggestions for office holders.
7471 Tovar, Pantaleón. Acatzingo, ALS. July 16, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Report from Huatusco of convoy from Veracruz nearing La Soledad under attack from guerrillas; prisoners taken; bridges at La Soledad blown; Paso del Macho; French in Chiquihuite, Córdoba, and Orizaba; news to be published.
7472 _____. Acatzingo, ALS. July 21, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival of letters, mules, and wagons in Orizaba; minor action of Quesada against Márquez' troops; two bandits shot at Chalchicomula, one J. M. Gálvez (Lalnes?), who participated in attack on Captain Oldham.
7473 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Carta al Ministro de la Guerra.] Mexico, Copy. July 26, 1862.
3 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Letter of acknowledgement for gift by Manuel Terreros of 40 bolts of cloth suitable for making uniforms for officers of the Ejército de Oriente; additional gift of two horses; admiration for General Ignacio Zaragoza; Calle de Cadena. Includes two other communications:
a. [Mariano Riva Palacio]: [Carta sin dirección.] Unsigned. 1 l. f. 2-2v. Suggestion of Ministro de la Guerra General Miguel Blanco for appeal for gifts of cloth for uniforms for officers of the Ejército de Oriente; Antonio Méndez, Antonio Suárez Teruel, and Juan N. Vera commissioned to make the uniforms; request for contribution.
b. [_____:] [Carta a los redactores del Siglo 19, del Monitor republicano, y del Heraldo.] Unsigned. 1 l. f. 3. Transmittal of copy of notice asking for contributions, with request for publication.
7474 Blanco, Miguel. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 21 × 32 cm. Embossed letterhead illegible. July 26, 1862.
Acknowledgement of gift by Manuel Terreros of cloth and of two horses especially for Ignacio Zaragoza; approval by President. Includes draft of answer, Mexico, July 27, 1862, to Manuel Terreros, transcribing letter of Blanco.
7475 Soberanis, José María. Jaloxtoc, ALS. August 6, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Election of Riva Palacio as Diputado by the Colegio electoral del Distrito electoral de Tlalnepantla; Francisco Villanueva, substitute; Manuel Siliceo and Pedro Escudero elected supernumerarios.
7476 Riva Palacio, Mariano. Resumen de lo recaudado, por el q. suscribe, entre los propiets. de la capital, pa. vestuarios de los oficiales del Ejército de Oriente. Mexico, Copy. August 9, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
List of donations and donors: Cuartel mayor, Miguel Cervantes, Agustín Marroquín, Manuel Terreros.
7477 Méndez, Antonio. LS. August 9, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for delivery of cloth given by Terreros for the Ejército de Oriente. Receipt of five pieces, signed Guillermo Castellanos.
7478 _____. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design: Crown and wheel; letters BAURTE PERE & FILS PRODUITS FRANÇAIS. August 10, 1862.
Receipt of $331, gifts for uniforms for officers of the Ejército de Oriente; receipt of cloth from Manuel Terreros.
7479 Fuentes, Ger[]o de las. Juzgado 4[UNK] de lo Civil, Palacio de Justicia in la Antigua Casa de Moneda, Mexico, LS. August 11, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Order to appear in case involving Ángel Pérez Palacios.
7480 Ruiz, Mariano. Cuernavaca, LS. August 12, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for recommendation to Agustín Cruz, Governor of the District (tercer distrito); probable resignation of Tesorero general for Rentas; suit brought by Santiago Bombalier on behalf of Indians of Ocotepec, claiming their lands were not affected by the Ley de desamortización; transmittal of documents copied from Archivo General; help of Valentín Marmolejo; Antonio. Address: Ignacio Silva, Calle de los Migueles.
7481 Villar, José del. Mexico, ALS. August 18, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for intervention on his behalf; Escudero's meeting with the Governor; son Luis de la Rosa; Aureliano; Cumplido; Galván; Butrón [Buitrón?]; complicity with Benito Xochitla charged; execution of Xochitla.
7482 Parto, Emilio. [Recibo.] Mexico, ALS. August 19, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
$120 received from Riva Palacio as rent; Clemente Sanz.
7483 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Carta a Sebastián Lerdo.] LS. August 20, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for attendance at hearing in Juzgado del S. Norma; citation as creditor of Ángel Pérez Palacios; Lerdo appointed legal representative.
7484 Calderón, J. Felipe. Chalchicomula, LS. September 4, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for aid in looking after property in Guadalupe Hidalgo; poverty of his family; inadequacy of military pay; assignment to Proveeduría General in Berriozábal's division; property bordering on Hacienda de Aragón.
7485 Escalante, Joaquín. Toluca, ALS. September 5, 1862.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Appointment awaited by Pascual; opposition to new law to reach level of outright revolt; Isidro; delicacy of his position; Escudero.
7486 Rojas, Eufemio M. ALS. 2 l. 10 × 11 cm. Embossed monogram. September 9, 1862.
Watermark as in No. 6979.
Confirmation of draft of José María Ortiz; not elegible for the Guardia Nacional as a bachelor; problem taken up with higher officials.
7487 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Chalchicomula, ALS. September 11, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Watermark as in No. 7486 with letters REPUBLICA MEXICANA.
Recovery from fever attack; death of Zaragoza regrettable for his extensive military knowledge; French estimated at 30,000; more troops needed; forces of Comonfort, Doblado, from Jalisco, Michoacán, and México needed; recruiting to forget political lines; commands by González Ortega, Doblado, Parrodi, Comonfort, and Uraga; General Miguel M. Echeagaray recommended as Cuartel Maestre General; General Mendoza; Rangel.
7488 Godoy, José María. Parangueo, LS. September 13, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Influence over Cendejas; objection to annulment of all acts of the clergy since 1857; Juan; involvement of personal interests; injustice to landowners; intercession with Núñez requested; Barajitas; illness of Zaragoza; local concern for foreign intervention; local unpopularity for having supported the reaction in recent war; Tonchi; Guadalupita's health; Javierita; Josefina; Lupe.
7489 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] [Borrador de carta a Felipe B. Berriozábal.] Mexico, Unsigned. Incomplete. September 17, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Illness of Berriozábal; return of Ignacio Mañón; death of Zaragoza; strong feelings of political opponents; earlier suggestions described to Fuente; plans for heavy concentration of troops near Puebla; Comonfort.
7490 Ramírez, Agustín. Asunción, ALS. September 18, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Progress in masonry work on new building; work on furnishings of the chapel; carpenter work; rainy weather.
7491 Godoy, José María. Parangueo, LS. 7 l. 21 × 27 cm. Letter occupies 2 l. September 20, 1862.
Transmittal of poem read in the plaza de armas, Valle de Santiago, during Independence celebration; opposition to invading force.
a. [Versos.] Hacienda de Parangueo, LS. 6 l. Pages numbered 1-9. Patriotic poem emphasizing opposition to French. September 16, 1862.
7492 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Carta a Miguel (Cadena?).] Mexico, LS. September 23, 1862.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Plans discussed with Ramírez; problem of hanging the bell; wheat harvest; sales to Rovalo; payment for wool by Casa de Hope; Antonino; Javiera; Vicente; González Ortega's plan of operations; French packet boat.
7493 Escalante, Joaquín. Toluca, ALS. September 25, 1862.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Delayed promulgation of law; opposition; unfilled vacancies.
7494 Rivera Melo, Luis. Chalco, ALS. September 27, 1862.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Support of Sres. Tirado in organization of Guardia Nacional; orders to report to the capital.
7495 MINISTERIO DE GUERRA Y MARINA. Mexico, LS. Signed: Blanco. October 6, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Transmittal of message congratulating Antonio Méndez for work done in preparation of uniforms for the Ejército de Oriente; Martín Salido; publication of documents on accounts of the committee.
7496 Salazar, Manuel. Tepeji, ALS. October 14, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Dismissal from position as Administrador de Rentas de Tula; Manuel Terreros; dismissal blamed on friendship for Berriozábal; replacement by Crescencio Moreno; inspection of Arévalo; link between Hinojosa, Lic. Páez, and “los Sres. Viniegras” in domination of the Segundo Distrito; persecution of Lic. Ignacio Nieva, Juez de Letras de Actopan, and Agustín Cardinas, all friends of Berriozábal.
7497 García y Cubas, Antonio. Mexico, Rubric. October, 1862.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Announcement of publication of Carta general de la República with help of the Ministerio de Fomento; description of work; roads; railway; subscription invited.
7498 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Tehuacán, ALS. October 26, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Injustice in the capital; suffering of soldiers; complaint about uniforms furnished Butrón and lack of clothing by soldiers in field; manifesto of Butrón; notice published in El Siglo. Stamp on letter: Sección Riva Palacio, Coronel en Jefe.
7499 Espinosa, Francisco. Pachuca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design. November 17, 1862.
Organization of cavalry troop with help of Manuel Fernando Soto; neglect by General Hinojosa; majority of liberals; ill will among leaders; Hinojosa not recommended to command new division; influence of Comonfort; Rafael Ortega; news of Vicente and the Ejército de Oriente; Javierita; Josefina.
7500 Rovalo, [Antonio?]. Santa Inés, ALS. November 19, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Cousin Lozarriturri (?); Escobar; withdrawal of charge for removal of remains of wife of Riva Palacio.
7501 Méndez, Antonio. LS. November 22, 1862.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Announcement of meeting in home of Governor Manuel Terreros, Calle de Cadena No. 19 for the work of the committee assigned by the Ministerio de la Guerra.
7502 Pizarro, Nicolás. ALS. November 27, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for effort at conciliation in suit of Indians of Santiago Oztempam(?) to defend themselves against the Hacienda del Mayorazgo; importance of Indians to the nation.
7503 Rivera Melo, Luis. Chalco, ALS. December 1, 1862.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Return of Tinoco; order to reinstate Tinoco in Guardia Nacional received by Guarneros from the Alcaldía; objection to names puros and mochos; residence in house of Vargas; Valencia; election of officers.
7504 Tinoco, Cipriano. Chalco, ALS. December 1, 1862.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Appointment of Guarneros as President of Ayuntamiento; establishment of Guardia Nacional; election of officers.
7505 Godoy, José María. Parangueo, LS. December 8, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Troubles caused by suit of son-in-law for return of daughter and children; Juan; trial in Salamanca; advantage of Echeverría; lawlessness at Salamanca; weak substitute for Doblado in state government; Santiago prison; sale of cattle to pay debts; price of corn; reluctance to support weak government; Cuamatla; Guadalupe Bros.
7506 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Tehuacán, ALS. December 8, 1862.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Josefina; illness of son Vicente; fortification of roads at El Palmar and Acatzingo; delay in approaching Puebla; Orizaba; Jalapa road; Tehuacán; Javiera; Barajitos; Pedro Escudero.
7507 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] [Borrador de carta a Vicente.] Unsigned. December 16, 1862.
1 l. 22 × 32 cm.
Reprimand for unseemly character shown in recent letter.
7508 SECRETARÍA DEL CONGRESO DE LA UNIÓN. Mexico, LS. Signed: Bartolomé E. Almada and Antonio G. Pérez. 1 l. 21 × 32 cm. Printed letterhead. December 16, 1862.
Request for documents in possession of Riva Palacio as President of the Comisión de Instrucción pública; transfer to Diputación Permanente. Note, December 19, 1862; delivery of two documents, proposed law for Colegio de San Gregorio, and proposed regulations for free primary education. By-line: Patria, Libertad, and Reforma.
7509 Riva Palacio, Carlos. Cuernavaca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 25 cm. Name embossed. December 19, 1862.
Lola; letter of Vicente about Vicario; reactionary bands at Tepoztlán from Vicario or Galván's band; Topilejo; Milpa Alta; lack of accurate information about French.
7510 Echave, I. de. Mexico, LS. December 23, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Imprisonment of Juan Castillo; request for settlement of claim pending against the District government and delivery of proceeds to Juan and his family for their subsistence.
7511 Guarneros, Cristóbal. Municipalidad de Chalco, ALS. December 29, 1862.
2 l. 21 × 28 cm.
Request for printing of 500 forms for resguardos; service in Guardia Nacional.
7512 Sánchez, A[tilano]. LS. No date, 1862?
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Preparation of list of ecclesiastics deemed worthy to obtain the Archbishopric, by the Cabildo Metropolitano; List: Garza, Subiria, Barrientos, Becerra, and Madrid; agreement to take oath; personal comments; service as Ministro de Justicia; return from Europe; request for intercession with Pedraza; selection by the Gobierno Supremo.
7513 Campero, M. A. no place. ALS. No date, 1862?
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request for attendance at meeting. Addressed to Medinas, No. 20.

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Año de 1863

7514 Rivera Melo, Luis. Chalco, ALS. January 2, 1863.
22 × 29 cm.
Request sent to Ministro de Justicia for clarification of orders received in Administración de rentas on pay of employees; debt to Gómez paid by Olaguíbel; illness of daughter Joaquina; Colín; Juan Francisco; Escudero; Terán; approval of Tinoco; Terreros; intercession with Supremo Gobierno for pay to employees; Prefectures of the Distrito Federal; Chalco joined to the Distrito Federal by law.
7515 Cruz, Vicente. Chalco, LS. 3 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed as in No. 7478. January 3, 1863.
Transmittal of paragraph of letter from Olaguíbel to show inconsistency of policy.
a. J. M. de Olag[u]íbel: [Carta a Domingo Rivas.] Mexico, Copy. 1 l. f. 3. Suspension of payments; Juez de Letras not to compromise himself; funds to Echegaray for troops limited to income from Stamped Paper and Ramos agenos; use of barley from La Asunción to be credited to Riva Palacio. January 1, 1863.
7516 Pizarro, Nicolás. ALS. January 7, 1863.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Answer to complaint to Fuente over delay in case of Indians; Cruz sent as intermediary.
7517 Fuente Pérez (?), Francisco ALS. January 7, 1863.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Purchase of wheat from Hacienda de Jalpa in 1860, with Riva Palacio representing interests of Terreros; Gerónimo Galnares (Galvanes?); contract by Ignacio Palomo; Los Morales; storage in El Molino; delivery of poor-quality wheat.
7518 [COLEGIO ELECTORAL.] [Elección.] Mexico, Signed: Juan J. Baz (President), M. Siliceo, M. Villamil, and J. N. Saborío. 5 l. 21 × 32 cm. Stamp of Ayuntamiento. Embossed design: Serpent and eagle with wreath. January 11, 1863.
Meeting held in Colegio Nacional de San Ildefonso; credentials of Juan Fuentes; examination of credentials; list of numbered sections accepted; appointment of Joaquín Rangel and Néstor Montes; sections considered null and void; Casiano Yáñez and Joaquín (hijo); disqualification of Francisco Híjar, Alberto Bracho, Florentino Mercado (hijo), Miguel Mateos, Lic. Ignacio Ramírez, Ignacio Badillo, and Apolonio Prieto, overruled; approval of election of Juan B. Acosta, Pedro Garay Garay, Manuel Inda, José S. Querejasu, and José Gil Partearroyo; Juan J. Baz elected President, Manuel Villamil Secretary, Manuel Siliceo primer escrutador, Napoleón Saborío second; Agustín del Río Primer Regidor over other candidates; Pedro Escudero y Echánove, Cervantes Ozta, Juan Navarro, and Manuel Inda; Rafael Martínez de la Torre elected Second regidor over Barrera, Somiza, Garay, Riva y Echeverría, and Inda; Francisco Garay elected Third Regidor over Rafael Martínez, Soto Guerrero, Somera, Ignacio Baz, Rafael Lucio, and Martínez de la Torre; Francisco Somera Fourth Regidor over Miguel Mata y Reyes, Eulalio Ortega, Gómez Pérez, Manuel Inda, and Francisco Garay; Valente Mejía elected fourth Regidor over Francisco Montes de Oca, Riva Palacio; Francisco Montes de Oca elected sixth Regidor over Terreros, Que[re]jazu, and Mejía; José Silverio Qerejasu elected seventh Regidor over Rafael Lucio, Benito Quintana, Miguel Mata, and Francisco Montes de Oca, Pedro Rincón, Ignacio Moreda, and Lic. Juan N. Vértiz; Ignacio Baz elected eighth Regidor over Martínez de la Torre, Carballeda, Echeverría, Balderas, Vázquez, and Villamil; Lic. Manuel Villamil elected ninth Regidor over Sebastián Lerdo, Lic. Lucio Padilla, Olvera, and Ignacio Baz; Mariano Vega (Escribano) elected tenth Regidor over Ramón de la Cueva, Mariano Moreda, Pedro Montes de Oca, Agustín Morales, Ezequiel Montes, and Rafael Trejo; Pedro Montes de Oca elected eleventh Regidor (pharmacist) over Casiano Yáñez, Benito Quijano, Antonio Landgrave, Miguel López, Gabino Bustamante, Ramón de la Cueva, and Leandro Cuevas; Antonio Riva y Echeverría elected twelfth Regidor over Arrillaga, Alfaro, Lerdo, Lucio, Trejo, Díaz, Covarrubias, and Picazo; Lic. Rafael Trejo elected thirteenth Regidor over Malanco, Azcárate, Argumosa, Riva y Echeverría, Vértiz, Martínez de la Torre; Médico Manuel Alfaro elected fourteenth Regidor over Trejo, Ordas, Antonio Echeverría, Garay; J. M. Cervantes y Ozta elected fifteenth Regidor over Agustín Balderas, Álvaro, Pérez Jardón, Carballeda, Moreno; Manuel Rojo elected sixteenth Regidor over Riva Palacio, Calisto Ceballos, and Mariano Delgadillo; Alfonso Labat elected seventeenth Regidor; Manuel Garfias Malavear elected eighteenth Regidor over José María Carballeda and Ignacio Ramírez; Pedro Hope elected nineteenth Regidor over Pedro Escudero y Echánove, Juan J. Fames (Farres?), and Alberto Bracho; Napoleón Saborío elected twentieth Regidor over Abraham Olvera, Alejo Barreiro, Echeverría, Carballeda, Olvera, Solórzano, Escudero y Echánove, Balcárcel; Lic. Lucio Padilla elected Primer Procurador over Siliceo, Ezequiel Montes, Inda, Olvera, Ormachea, Saborío, Quintana, Lerdo, Malo; Manuel Inda elected Segundo Procurador over Manuel Siliceo, Javier Adalid, Montes, Saborío, Islas, González, Mendoza, Abraham Olvera, Escamilla, and Pérez Jardón.
7519 Rivera Melo, Luis and Cipriano Tinoco. Chalco, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. In hand of Melo. Embossed as in No. 7478. January 12, 1863.
Letter for Ejército del Centro; Valencia summoned by Parrodi; local opposition to loss [of Valencia]; intercession with Terreros, the Governor.
7520 Olaguíbel, J. M. de. Mexico, ALS. January 13, 1863.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Suggestion for use of bonds in payment for debt; Hacienda Pública; Cosme Aparicio.
7521 Pardo, Emilio. [Recibo.] Mexico, ALS. January 19, 1863.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
$120 received from Riva Palacio, house rent, for Clemente Sanz.
7522 Riva Palacio, Carlos. ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. January 24, 1863.
Delay in receipt of pay in Cuernavaca; request for loan of $25; Lola; meeting with Colonel García.
7523 Salido, Martín. Mazatlán, ALS. January 27, 1863.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Introduction to General Plácido Vega, Gobernador Constitucional de Sinaloa, en route with military force for the fighting front.
7524 Riva Palacio, Carlos. ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. January 29, 1863.
Agustín Cruz; delays in pay; dissatisfaction in political position; request for help in returning to La Asunción.
7525 Montiel, Isidro A. Toluca, LS. January 31, 1863.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Introduction to José Trinidad Pliego; Reglamento de 5 de Febrero; effort to persuade government to continue using income from estate to settle religious obligations connected with the estate.
7526 Tinoco, Cipriano. Chalco, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed as in No. 7478. February 5, 1863.
Temamatla occupied by traidores; excesses committed; band reported in Ayotzingo; band forced out by Cruz' troops; prisoner captured; Lic. Portillo. Includes draft of reply, Mexico, February 6, 1863, unsigned; request for summary of local situation.
7527 Colín, C. Chalco, ALS. February 7, 1863.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Father imprisoned by Cuéllar for calumnias; request for intercession with Madariaga to aid in his release; Javierita; Josefina; Lupe; Pepe.
7528 Escudero, Manuel. Chalco, ALS. February 10, 1863.
2 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Cuéllar's attack on Garcés; capture of Rosales; arrest of Colín; request for help for Colín.
7529 Lebrija, V[icente]. Zaragoza, ALS. February 11, 1863.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Advance of the enemy; inconveniences suffered by the Mexican troops; Javierita; Josefina; Lupe; request for intercession with Ministro de Relaciones Antonio de la Fuente for sending some pay through the Comisaría; Ferdinand VII.
7530 Pardo, Emilio. [Recibo.] Mexico, ALS. February 19, 1863.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
$120 house rent received from Riva Palacio; Clemente Sanz.
7531 Tinoco, Cipriano. Chalco, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed as in No. 7478. February 25, 1863.
Fight between Ortiz and Colonel Seguín; Rangel, fifth Comandante Militar in 15 days; Morett reported in Tepetlixpa; danger to Ozumba; Juchi; lack of resources; plan to resign.
7532 Riva Palacio, M[ariano]. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, LS. March 2, 1863.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Order for carriage; trip to hacienda planned; troops at Puebla; payment to painter; Vicente to return to Puebla; Antonino; bible magnífico; official bulletin from Puebla; Joaquina; sale of corn and firewood. Folio 2 apparently not part of original letter.
7533 Cadena, Miguel. Asunción, ALS. March 11, 1863.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Report of cattle taken from La Archicofradía; theft blamed on plateados; Los tlamatlanques; Los puros de Temamatla; search in Monte de Bautista, Juchi, Atempilla (?); Los mochos de Salazar; Retana; entry of mochos into Ayapango and Tuyahualco(?); death of 6 persons; arrest of Rafael.
7534 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] [Borrador de carta a su hijo (Vicente?).] Mexico, Unsigned. March 12, 1863.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Advice to stay on duty in spite of affronts by colleagues; arrangements to borrow money to send; meeting with Fuente sought; leave for Sort; Manuel.
7535 [Riva Palacio,] Carlos. Cuernavaca, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed monogram: AC. March 15, 1863.
Misfortune to troops accompanying rations; help for the wounded; Agustín [Cruz?]; effort to raise a battalion to go to help Puebla.
7536 Riva Palacio, M[ariano]. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, ALS. March 16, 1863.
1 l. 10 × 17 cm.
Transmittal of news of French advance on Puebla and a map of Puebla; Antonino.
7537 Guarneros, Cristóbal. Chalco, ALS. March 16, 1863.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Request for 100 resguardos to use for the Guardia Nacional.
7538 Riva Palacio, M[ariano]. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, ALS. March 18, 1863.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of news reports; interrumption of telegraph; La Orquesta's list of generals on the 11th; map of Puebla; arrival of Carlos in Cuernavaca; Vicente on Estado Mayor of González Ortega.
7539 _____. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, LS. March 21, 1863.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of La Orquesta and news reports; notes on Puebla map; success achieved by Comonfort's Division; illness of García.
7540 _____. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, ALS. March 22, 1863.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Letters for Barajas; Puebla; Cholula not defended.
7541 _____. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, LS. March 24, 1863.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Report from Comonfort; artillery fire at Ingenieros and El Carmen reduced; arms at Fuerte de Gua[dalu]pe; Garita de Amozoc; artillery fire at Fuerte de Zaragoza; news by telegraph; map by Barajas; French situation; Forey; Bertier; care of fields; Puebla; news of Quiroga; collection of news items.
7542 _____. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, LS. March 25, 1863.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
News releases sent; telegraph interrupted by heavy rain and hail; expedition of Cuéllar; corn harvest; payment to artisans.
7543 _____. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, LS. March 26, 1863.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
News reports of military success; caution about data on movements of Cuéllar and Tinoco in letters; celebration in the capital; news of Butrón; defeat of Gálvez in Totolapa[n] by Cuéllar reported.
7544 _____. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, LS. March 27, 1863.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of La Orquesta; news from González Ortega and from Comonfort; ex-General Severo Castillo captured by Governor of the District.
7545 _____. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] LS. March 30, 1863.
16 × 21 cm.
Heavy attack reported by Comonfort; Vicente; corn delivery.
7546 Soto, Manuel F. Pachuca, LS. March 31, 1863.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter received for wife on Recaudación de los donativos; fortification of Plaza de Zimapán and Huichapan against danger from Mejía; El Cardonal; Zacualtipán; horses sent to capital for Colonel Téllez Girón; Apam; Partida de Chignahuapan; cavalry sent to Espejel; Llanos de Apam; troops at Zacatlán and Tlaxcala called to Puebla; recruits sent to French by Gutiérrez; Javierita.
7547 _____. Pachuca, LS. April 15, 1863.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Lic. Rebollar; Srita. Bros; collections for the hospital; $111 collection in Huasca sent to Fuentes for families of fallen soldiers in Ejército de Oriente; troops requested for Colonel Téllez Girón by the Ministro de la Guerra; defeat of Butrón; Espejel defeated by men from Chignahuapan; defeat at Apam and at Tulancingo; loss of cattle gathered for the Ejército del Centro; Hacienda de Tecocomulco forced to make loan; Hacienda de Mazaquiahua[c] sacked; troops from Zacatlán and Tlaxcala serving in Puebla; Fuente requested to return Téllez Girón to area; effort to deny supplies at Llanos de Apam to enemy; cattle collected for Comonfort; danger of cutting communication between Puebla and Mexico if Llanos de Apam falls.
7548 AYUNTAMIENTO DE MÉXICO. Mexico, LS. Signed: R. Martínez de la Torre and Lucio Padilla. April 22, 1863.
1 l. 22 × 32 cm.
Reglamento y exposición del Ayuntamiento for voluntary donations to help the wounded and their families; Puebla de Zaragoza; José Valente Baz; Pedro Santacilia; list of subscribers to be sent to Tesorería municipal; circular of the Supremo Gobierno.
7549 Riva Palacio, M[ariano]. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, LS. May 2, 1863.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
News from Chalco; President and Ministers stay with the Ejército del Centro; pictures sent to children; Brother Tomás.
7550 _____. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, LS. May 4, 1863.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Published letter of González Ortega; Barajas; preparation for visit from the President in Puebla to celebrate the anniversary [of battle of 1862]; Juárez; celebration in the capital; Tinoco.
7551 _____. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] [Mexico,] LS. May 6, 1863.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Juárez; rainy weather; telegraph; request for tripa de judas; Vicente serving in O'Horan's Cavalry Division in Huamantla; Josefina; command of brigade; battle of San Pablo del Monte; Tinoco in Chalco; $300 check; illness of Gómez' wife; news report from Garza.
7552 Soto, Manuel F. Pachuca, LS. May 8, 1863.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Contribution from wife for the Hospital de Sangre, sent to Guadalupe Bros; attack on Los de Chignahuapan; organization of new battalion for the Ejército del Centro.
7553 Barajas, Ceferino. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, ALS. May 9, 1863.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
News by telegraph; Cañedo; Riva; success and failure in actions by General Echagaray; losses on convoy; Echagaray reported wounded; La Orquesta; birthday of Antonino on 10th; Manuel.
7554 Riva Palacio, M[ariano]. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, LS. May 13, 1863.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Meeting of Congress; papers sent via Juan Francisco; La Orquesta; news of Comonfort; Manuel; illness of Micaelita.
7555 Lopez, Juan Francisco. Chiconquiahuitl (Chiconquiauit?), ALS. May 13, 1863.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Marquez' orders for Argüelles to join Garcés; march of Salazar from Ozumba to Puebla; attack on Soyazingo (San Antonio de Soyatzingo); town sacked; men taken into army; march toward San Nicolás de los Ranchos; Cruz' troops in La Compañía guarding supplies; visit of Jefe político to Tlalmanalco and Ameca; use of word Igualada on envelope.
7556 Riva Palacio, M[ariano]. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, LS. May 14, 1863.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Diario del Gobierno; report of Comonfort on action of May 8; Juan Francisco; movement of Argüelles to French camp on order of Márquez; Colín; purga for Antonino; part of Vicente in battle of the 8th in O'Horan's Cavalry at San Nicolás El Grande; Carlos to go to Compañía.
7557 Ouvard (Bouvard?), Eugenia. [Cuenta a Josefina Bros de Riva Palacio.] Mexico, LS. January 3, 1863 and May 18.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Bill for cloth purchased in November. Money received May 18. Printed form.
7558 Riva Palacio, M[ariano]. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, LS. May 24, 1863.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Planting and field work; delivery of corn by Granados; escape of prisoners from French hands; arrival of General Régules after escape; escape of Berriozábal and Porfirio Díaz from San Nicolás el Grande; dispatch of prisoners from Puebla toward Orizaba, en route to Ulúa; plan to send generals to Europe; movement of French to San Martín and Hacienda de San Bartolo; defense preparations in capital; participation in Junta of hacendados to plan for supply of 100,000 rations per day for 3 months; participation of Mier and Escudero; arrival of General Antillón.
7559 _____. [Carta a Miguel Cadena.] Mexico, LS. May 25, 1863.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Arrangements with General en Jefe for haciendas within 20-league radius to furnish food for the army, grain and meat; requirement of decree for inventory of supplies of grain and forage; request for report on supplies at La Asunción, Archicofradía, and Atoyac; protection of ownership guaranteed; arrival of Berriozábal and Porfirio Díaz.
7560 Padilla, Lucio. LS. May 28, 1863.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Delay in sending resguardo concerning supply of quota of rations pending receipt of inventory required by decree.
7561 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] Diario. Unsigned. May 31 to June 5, 1863.
6 l. 22 × 32 cm.
Division of Porfirio Díaz reported in Ayotla; withdrawal to Peñón; departure of government; meeting of Congress; removal of archives; meeting of foreigners and consuls at La Lonja and Jesús; deputation sent to confer with French troops; Díaz division's withdrawal from El Peñón through the capital; [June 1] withdrawal of families from capital; movement of generals to speak up for Intervention; Pérez Gómez and Güal in San Agustín; meeting with Ignacio [lined out] Cuéllar; Pérez Gómez arrested by Germans; notices on corner announcing meeting of pro-Interventionists at Archbishopric; meeting at Post Office proposed by General Bruno Aguilar; meeting of consuls with General Berthier; effort to see Forey; General Mariano Salas placed in charge of pro-Intervention party; Committee formed with Bruno Aguilar, Juan N. Pereda, and Luis G. Sierra; shouts for Márquez and Intervention; shouts in opposition; call for lights disobeyed; offer of Berthier to supply troops to keep order; flight of Ortega and Llave to Jalapa; [June 2] Salas supported by Generals Blancos, Ugarte, and Casanova; reinstatement of Administrador [de Rentas] Ignacio de la Barrera and Noriega, Saldívar, and Icaza; General Rómulo Díaz de la Vega; Lic. José Cordero; Sánchez Trujillo; delay of Pachuca stagecoach; use of bells renewed; clerical clothing seen on streets; return of nuns to their convents; use of telegraph; Jesús María de la Encarnación; Santa Catalina; arrival of Padre Miranda and Lic. Castellanos; Márquez reported at Texcoco and Berthier in Chalco; Bazaine in Ayotla; new paper, El Rayo begins publication, proposing “alianza franco-mejicana”; Boix printing shop; publication of new paper La Justicia announced; meeting arranged between Márquez, General Ignacio Orihuela, Colonel Mariano Veraza, and Juan Francisco Lamadrid with Almonte, with Santiago Blanco, Juan N. Pereda, and Juan N. Vértiz, and José Cordero; [June 3] wine shops ordered closed; committee to welcome Franco-Mexican Army; 12,000 signatures on act favoring Intervention; defeat of Rangel by Butrón at Las Cruces reported; Altamira in the Ayuntamiento; appointment of Luciano González; [June 4] ceremonies in Cathedral; return of committee of consuls; meeting with Forey in Puebla; appearance of new paper La Monarquía; new paper La Cronista; confiscation of property threatened those who do not sign support of Intervention; Forey's order for nuns not to return to convents; decorations in streets; cleric garb disappears; Berthier's troops reported in Calzada and Garita de San Lázaro; Dr. Sollano; [June 5] destruction of fortifications in Calle del Amor de Dios and Calle de Hospicio de San Nicolás; people go out to see French soldiers. This document earlier was maintained separately as MS G-507 and is listed as No. 1601 in Guide to Latin American Manuscripts in the University of Texas Library, but it has been incorporated into this archive.
7561A Pardo, Emilio. [Recibo.] Mexico, ALS. June 16, 1863.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Receipt of $96 on house rent; Clemente Sanz; provisions for irregular payment.
7562 JUNTA SUPERIOR DE GOBIERNO. Mexico, Signed with rubric of Alejandro Arango y Escandón and José María Andrade. July 1, 1863.
1 l. 20 × 27 cm.
Appointment of Riva Palacio to the Asamblea de Notables under Decreto de 16 de junio; meeting on July 8; meeting of Junta preparatoria on the 7th. Printed form.
7563 ASAMBLEA DE NOTABLES. Mexico, LS. Signed: Arango y Escandón and José María Andrade. July 8, 1863.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Meeting of Asamblea de Notables on the 10th.
7564 Escudero, P[edro]. Mexico, ALS. July 26, 1863.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Transmittal of letter from French commander; disagreement with prefecto político; qualified permission to stay on hacienda; Luis Colín.
7565 Aguirre, Manuel G. [Oficio al Prefecto de Chalco.] Prefectura política de México, Copy. July 26, 1863.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Order for release from prison of Mariano Riva Palacio, two sons, Administrator of his hacienda, and his brother; pacific intent of Riva Palacio assured.
7566 Riva Palacio, M[ariano]. [Carta a Carlos Riva Palacio.] Asunción, LS. July 26, 1863.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Release from prison with Miguel and children; false charge of concealment of weapons and ammunition; Barajas; help of friends. Addressed to Calle de Medinas, No. 15. Pencil note: Loreto Arriola, Querétaro o S. Luis Potosí.
7567 _____. [Representation al Juez.] Mexico, Unsigned copy. October 13, 1863.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Accusations against Miguel Cadena, Administrador de Hacienda de La Asunción in District of Chalco; request for confrontation with persons bringing charges.
7568 Calvo, Manuel María. [Representación.] Unsigned. 1863? No date.
3 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Ownership of land called La Huerta del Carmen near Convent of Carmen; land worked by religious of the convent; rent of land; decrease in value; house built; restoration to productivity; sale of vegetables; care of horses; crops of chile and corn; entry into military service; death of General Osollo and replacement by General Francisco Sánchez; defense of plaza against Santiago Vidaurri; Zacatecas taken by Vidaurri; damage to the city at San Luis Potosí; damage to his property; house taken over by General Silvestre Aramberri; horses and tools commandeered; end of Miramón's administration; period of helplessness; request for damages to be paid from property of Silvestre Aramberri in houses in the capital or estate of El Canelo in San Luis and Coahuila; justice requested of the Regency. Includes one sheet entitled: Inventario de los bienes muebles que Dn Eulalio Degollado y Dn. Anacleto de la Roza se robaron de mi casa, sita en la Granja y huerta del Carmen de San Luis Potosí, cuya finca poseia en arrendamiento. List of horses and furniture as well as tools; Tomás Agoitia; Francisco Calvo; Colonel Félix Vélez; chains; Felipe Cortés.

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Año de 1864

7569 Echagaray, J. Mariano. ALS. February 12, 1864.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for help; account of his poverty; military service.
7570 Rosales, Juan. Temamatla, ALS. February 22, 1864.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm. 1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Order of the Subprefecto requiring reports for the Regency; data on number of haciendas; property value in the Municipalidad; produce, draft animals; herds; possible expansion; silk culture; survey of professions of architects, agronomists, assayers, mining engineers, literary men; request for report.
a. [Mariano Riva Palacio:] [Borrador de carta a Juan Rosales.] Asunción, Unsigned. 1 l. f. 3-3v. Transmittal of map of the hacienda; contribution to Seguridad Pública based on land value; summary of yearly produce of farms; absence of Administrador. February 22, 1864.
7571 Vera, Fortuno H. Tlalmanalco, ALS. February 22, 1864.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for report on tithes to be paid; collection charged by the Haceduría Metropolitana.
7572 Alcencia [Alienua?], V. Mexico, ALS. February 25, 1864.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
High prices required for cleaning of stones for fountain; work by plumber; pipes to Embarcadero; Antonino; Carlos; Antonio Colín.
7573 López, Juan Francisco. Chiconquiahuitl (?), ALS. March 14, 1864.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Visit to Tlalmanalco to bring ornaments for church; description of items.
7574 Palomo, José Ignacio. Mexico, ALS. March 29, 1864.
3 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Cadena's house; Mauricio; horses requested by Archbishop; Page de guardia; horses donated by Manuel Terreros; delivery; Archbishop's ride to La Viga; illness of one horse. Includes
a. [Mariano Riva Palacio:] Borrador de carta a Ignacio Palomo.] Asunción, Unsigned. 1 l. f. 3-3v. Barajas; Manuel (Terreros); Ignacio; gift of horses for the Archbishop. April 2, 1864.
7575 [Carta sin firma.] Londres, Incomplete. April 1, 1864.
4 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Improvement in health; letters to Palomo; effort of agents of Santa Anna to rent his Casa de Cadena; Santa Anna's plan to return and support the Emperor; request refused; house under care of English Legation; Santa Anna supported by Yáñez, Escudero, and Lacunza; payments to Rivera for map of Temoaya and incomplete map of Jalpa; funds to be sent via Paris for better exchange rate; use of Casa de Martin Daran for sending funds; Walshan; letters from Palomo and Joaquín via French Packetboat; Javierita; Guadalupita; Josefina; Vicente. By Manuel Terreros?
7576 Barajas, Ceferino. Mexico, ALS. April 2, 1864.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Candás; Gutiérrez; Emilio Pardo; El Embarcadero; Quintana; Junco; Carlos; rent of house.
7577 Ramirez, Eustaquio. Cárcel de Chalco, ALS. April 5, 1864.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Involvement with girl from Pueblo de Reyes on condition of marriage; marriage opposed by her parents; suit brought before Juzgado de Temamatla; bond posted; arrest; charge of supporting Federals; sent by Carlos to Zula in search of deserters.
7578 Palomo, José Ignacio. Mexico, ALS. April 7, 1864.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter delivered by Barajas; illness of son; return from Tacubaya; Casa de Cadena; Terreros; Archbishop's message to Riva Palacio repeated; service as medioracionero in Morelia; Puebla; José María Candás; Zamora.
7579 Rosales, Juan. Temamatla, ALS. April 18, 1864.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Preparations for arrival of Emperor; leading citizens ordered to meeting by the Prefecto político.
7580 _____. Juzgado de Temamatla, Comisario Municipal, LS. 2 l. 16 × 21 cm. Stamped letterhead. April 20, 1864.
Meeting in Chalco called by Prefecto of the district; discussion of reception of El Emperador D. Fernando Maximiliano 1[UNK]; residents requested to state whether they desire to contribute; invitation to meeting. Includes unsigned draft of answer, Asunción, April 20, 1864, stating decision to withdraw to his hacienda and take no part in public affairs.
7581 Palomo, Jose Ignacio. Mexico, ALS. April 29, 1864.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting with Archbishop with retinue in Tacubaya; Jardín de Escandón; requested to deliver a message to Juan Álvarez, relative to new bishop of Chilapa; Asunción; Mauricio; Calle de Medinas; arrival of packetboat in Veracruz; Joaquín.
7582 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Mexico, LS. May 6, 1864.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Travel to Jalpa forbidden by Vértiz; recovery of health; Don Maximiliano; Don Manuel; care of hacienda; report of Administrador de Temoaya; lime.
7583 [Riva Palacio,] Carlos. Atoyac, ALS. May 8, 1862 [1864!]
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter delivered by Alcerreca; dissatisfaction with conditions; plan to raise small group of soldiers and go to join Vicente; delivery of corn; Miguel; Pablo; Javierita.
7584 Palomo, José Ignacio. Mexico, ALS. May 14, 1864.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
House occupied by English Minister; trip to Pachuca; horses for Archbishop; Mauricio; cost of tools; Joaquín; arrival of Spanish ship La Barcelonesa in Veracruz with news that Maximilian accepted the crown; French packetboat; Manuel [Terreros].
7585 Dueñas, Jesús. Mexico, ALS. May 15, 1864.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Departure of boats for Chalco; will of Gómez La Madrid in Juzgado de lo Civil; difficulty collecting from La Madrid; Casa No. 7 de Capuchinos; Juez Cordero; José María Benítez; sugar; Carlos; Lola; Manuel; Antonino.
7586 Palomo, José Ignacio. Tacubaya, ALS. May 22, 1864.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Pérez Tejada; Barajas; visit to Archbishop to arrange disposal of horses; house to be occupied by English Minister; Mauricio; return of Minister from Pachuca; move to house delayed for arrival of Maximilian; Regency's departure for Orizaba with large retinue; delays in preparations for Maximilian; La Teja being refurnished; preparations in Puebla; Villamil.
7587 Vega, Félix de la. ALS. May 31, 1864.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm. 1 l. 11 × 17 cm.
Quotation from Fénélon; Ormaechea; M. Terreros; Varela; criticism of Leal and La Madrid; original land titles taken from Archives by Luis Leal; Archives of Juzgado de Capellanía.
7588 Valdovinos, Mucio. [Carta al Conde de Miguel Rul.] Morelia, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Design on seal: R. June 5, 1864.
Ironical criticism of the clergy; disease of muerititis; arrival of Maximilian; hope for combination of Conservatives and Moderates; Ramírez expected to head new Cabinet; support of [Vicente] Riva Palacio.
7589 Godoy, José María. Cuamatla, LS. June 20, 1864.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Death of Javierita; Guadalupita.
7590 Noriega, A[gustín]. LS. June 20, 1864.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Death of Javierita; Manuelita.
7591 Sort, José. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed monogram: JMS. June 24, 1864.
Death of Javiera; Josefina; Carlos; Pepe; Manuel; Antonino.
7592 Escudero, Pedro. Mexico, ALS. July 1, 1864.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
News about Vicente checked with E. Barron by Martínez and with F. Ramírez on eve of his becoming Minister; arrival on night of dance.
7593 Escalante, Joaquín. Mexico, ALS. July 1, 1864.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrest of Vicente; arrangements for amnesty.
7594 Puret, Carlos. Mexico, ALS. July 1, 1864.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Will of Guadalupe Díaz in 1856; will filed with Escribano Pedro Canil; executor named as Vicente Riva Palacio; request for intervention to return to monthly payments provided for in will.
7595 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Jalpa, LS. 7 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. July 12, 1864.
Manuel [Terreros]; recovery of health; wheat harvest; work on dam and drainage ditches by cuadrilla de peones; lack of rain; decrease in demands by Administradores de Contribuciones; leave for Marcelino; Palomo in Mexico; $1,000 deposited with Martín Darán by Luna; sale of sheep. Includes copy of hacienda journal:
a. Noticia gral de 4. semanas contadas de la No. 21 á la 24. inclucives, y comprenden de Signed by Julián Vázquez. 2 l. f. 3-4. Details of farm operations; dryness; Jagüeyes; toros americanos; Jalpa; cement work on Presa del Levadero; Rancho de San Antonio; magueys capped on Cuixi, Perote, Hueso, Cabrestos, La Mesa, La Taberna, La Contesta, San Gabriel, La Angostura, Viborillas, Altamira, San Miguel, Las Mulas, La Palma, San Juan, La Mora, El Colorado; wool sent to Mexico; white English rams; magueys capped in El Mogote, Hueso, and Catarina; rains; house repairs. 22 de Mayo á 18 de Junio de 1864.
b. Luis Tinoco: Copia de las noticias dadas en las Semanas nos. 25, 26, y 27. de las operaciones practicadas en esta Hacienda. Jalpa, ALS. 1 l. f. 5. Farm work at San Alberto; care of horses; wool; Temoaya; wagons furnished by Navarrete and Tinoco; sheep furnished Ignacio Luna; sheep sent to Antonio Rivas; masonry work on the house; maguey planted at El Gachupín and El Bodio, and El Chamacuero; rain at Jalpilla. July 11, 1864.
c. _____: Copia de la 4a. noticia mandada al amo S. Dn. Manl. Terreros. Jalpa, ALS. 2 l. f. 6-7. Wheat harvest; corn planting; corn harvest at San Miguel Jagüeyes and Jalpilla, and El Marquesotal; El Gavillero; harvest of frijol prieto; alfalfa; chile; tomate; jitomate; Presa de Cuevecillas; tamarindo stud horses' names: Tamarindo, Paisano, Cristal, Cachucha, Modelo, Mediascaídas, Clavel, Siervo; Temoaya; maguey planted at La Burata, El Chamacuero, El Bodio; rain and hail; wheat at Santo Domingo and Potrero; Canal de Guadalupe; Marcelino Navarrete; Tinoco; work on machines suspended; absence of Luis Castillo. June 21, 1864.
7596 Rivera Melo, Luis. Mexico, LS. 4 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed monogram: A.D. July 25, 1864.
Meeting in Casa Matriz de las Hijas de la Caridad for ceremony dedicated to Javiera; Lupe; Josefina; Pepita; María; Soledad; Srita. Concha Álvarez; Bros (wife of Pepe); Contreras; Isabelita Barreiro; Jáuregui; Ortega, mother of Francisco; Ortega de Lucio; Dr. Barros; Francisco, Aniceto, and Lázaro Ortega, Lic. Cornelio Prado; Dr. Ignacio Durán, Francisco Contreras, Simón Lara, Julio Ituarte, Antonio Herrera y Campos; José Prieto; Rivero “prisionero de S. Luis”; Ocadiz; Lic. Telésforo Barroso; Morán; J. Pozo; Martínez de la Torre; Agustín del Río; Bahansen; Pepe Bros; Jesús Dueñas; Antonio Dueñas; Palomo; Cueva; F. Chavarría; Delgado; Rivera Melo; Oratorio privado de las Hermanas de la Caridad described; San Plácido; Santa Celeste; mass conducted by Dr. Barros; “sesta palabra de Mercadante” sung by choir; Delgado; Rossini; Mozart; Weber; Cluck; Piccini; “Duo de Moisés”; Israel; tomb of the Conde de la Cortina; Pacheco; Bellini; Donizetti; Elizaga; Beristain; León; Morales; Aniceto Ortega; death of daughter Joaquina.
7597 JUZGADO DE TEMAMATLA. COMISARIO MUNICIPAL. Temamatla, ALS. Signed: Juan Rosales. August 16, 1864.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of cuota assigned for support of the Seguridad Pública; day laborers exempted by the Emperor from payment.
7598 Palomo, José Ignacio. Mexico, ALS. August 31, 1864.
4 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Refusal of Riva Palacio to serve in Emperor's cabinet; desire to see Riva Palacio as Prime Minister; letter from Manuel [Terreros]; picture of Pepa; expense for care of horses requested by Archbishop; Mauricio; Lic. Martínez de Castro; Pedro Garay; help given prisoners of war in France by Terreros; sale of wheat by P. Malo. Includes part of letters.
a. Manuel Terreros: Copias de algunos parrafos de la carta que me escribe el S. D. Manl. given. 2 l. f. 3-4v. Visit to Antonio Sein; papers to deliver from Riva to Martínez de Castro; Pedro; news of death of Javiera; Josefa, daughter; picture sent to Rosa; Joaquín; horses for Labastida; Martínez de la Torre; Cortina Chávez. No date
7599 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Zitácuaro, ALS. October 4, 1864.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Béquer retained with prisoners of war to be exchanged for prisoners held by General Márquez; 1,000 prisoners caught during year and put at liberty unharmed.
7600 Rivera Melo, Luis. Mexico, ALS. October 7, 1864.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Assistance given in legal case involving family property left to a minor; help of Antonio Herrera; Ley de procedimientos de 29 de Noviembre de 1858, requiring attention of the Ministerio Fiscal; question whether Chalco comes under City of Mexico; case of Galarra; birth of son Ignacio; papers in case of defense of Cadena; Lic. Calderón; Almoneda.
7601 Herrera Campos, Antonio. Mexico, ALS. October 8, 1864.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Barajas; Rivera [Melo]; disagreement with Rivera on strict interpretation of the law; protection of minors; public sales.
7602 Rivera Melo, Luis. Mexico, ALS. November 9, 1864.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Notice of appointment as Juez Letrado de Chalco; notice to Mariano Rodríguez sent by Tabera; oath required; meeting in Suprema Corte de Justicia; Calle de Medinas; Angelita; Lolita; Carlos; Manuel; Mariano; Antonino.
7603 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Jalpa, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. November 15, 1864.
Call for meeting of land holders and representatives in Cuautitlán with Prefecto for support of Fuerza Rural under new law; wheat planting; news sent to Paris; care of horses by Maximiliano Campos; sale of horses; Palomo; Manuel; meeting in Actopan.
7604 Escudero, Pedro. Mexico, ALS. November 18, 1864.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Entry on duties in Ministerio de Justicia with reluctance.
7605 COMISARÍA MUNICIPAL DE TEMAMATLA. Temamatla, ALS. Signed: Mariano Aguilar. 2 l. 16 × 21 cm. Stamped letterhead. December 2, 1864.
Order of the Emperor suspending pay by Supremo Gobierno for mounted police force; order of the Prefectura política of the District for collection of funds for the Seguridad Pública from hacendados on pain of losing police protection; order of Prefecto sustituto A. Garreta.
7606 Montiel, Isidro A. Mexico, ALS. December 16, 1864.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Calixto Pliego taken to Zitácuaro by forces of Colonel Nicolás Ramiro; $9,000 contribution due on his estates; need for communication with Pliego; request for communication through Riva Palacio and Vicente.
7607 Escudero, P[edro]. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed monogram. December 17, 1864.
Removal of Rodríguez from Prefectura; appointment of Chavarría to Tlalpam instead of Chalco by error; opposed to appointment of Cruz; possibility of Gutiérrez from Hacienda del Moral; Velázquez of Tlalmanalco recommended by the District; recommendation requested.
7608 Goya, Juan Bautista. Mexico, ALS. December 26, 1864.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for support in obtaining post of Jefe of the Fuerza Rural in Chalco; Peña to be Prefect; position in Depósito de Jefes y Oficiales as battalion commander.
7609 López, Juan F. Chiconquiahuitl (?), ALS. December 29, 1864.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Dictamen on Fuerza Rural requested by Ignacio Herrera; trip to Tenango; delivery via Antonio Herrera; Gutiérrez; Peña, Velázquez, and Ortiz mentioned for prefectura; collections from hacendados; resignation of Junta revisora by Jesús Tirado and Sebastián Berra; Lupe; Josefina; Barajas.

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Año de 1865

7610 Carrillo, Vict[ori]o. Chalco, LS. January 3, 1865.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of report on contributions levied on rural property in State of Mexico 1855 to 1864.
7611 Rosales, Mariano. Temamatla, LS. January 6, 1865.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Report on cuota paid by Hacienda de La Asunción and Archicofradía; delivery of list of contributors sent to the Juez primero, showing monthly payments.
7612 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Jalpa, ALS. January 8, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Temoaya; Omaña paid for lime; new meeting set for junta on expenses of the Fuerza rural; Hacienda de los Pozos; Hacienda de San Pablo; Gutiérrez Estrada; report on haciendas to be sent to Manuel [Terreros]; Rivera's trip to Mexico; shortage of laborers.
7613 López, Juan F. Chiconq[]1, ALS. January 27, 1865.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting of Junta menor called by Prefecto; Gutiérrez; Blas; reluctance to serve; publication of catastro in the Municipalidad; payment of tax on farm properties and commercial establishments; Derecho de patente; exceptions made; cost of 50-man Fuerza rural or Guardia Móvil; payment by farm owners proposed by Berra; payment by Pascacio; Chalco; Lupe; Josefina; Pepe. Addressed to Calle de Medina 20.
7614 _____. Chiconq[]1, ALS. January 30, 1865.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 2 l. 23 × 32 cm.
Ignacio Herrera; transmittal of agreement established by the Junta; quotas established on propiedad rústica and on commercial business.
a. Junta General: [Acta.] Chalco, No signatures. 1 l. f. 3-3v. Reglamento de resignations of José María Vargas, Sebastián Berra; Juan Francisco López elected Secretary; Blas Zamora elected Tesorero, over Diego Arróyave, Guillermo Tirado, Pascacio López, Manuel Vidaurrazaga, and Juan Francisco Arriaga; Guillermo Tirado elected Contador over Francisco Noriega; José Julián Gutiérrez elected Sub-inspector; Mariano Riva Palacio, Manuel Vidaurrazaga, Juan Francisco Lopez elected to Junta Revisora. January 28, 1865. 28 de diciembre de 1864;
7615 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Jalpa, LS. February 9, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of Estado Mayor of the haciendas to be forwarded to Paris; gift of horse by Manuel; Maximiliano; Pedro Martín; Palomo; harvest delayed for lack of money to pay laborers; Catarino Fragoso reported near Mexquita with band of 250; $60 taken from Temoaya; death of 80-year old caporal; insecurity of roads; report to Martín; road to Veracruz.
7616 _____. Jalpa, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. February 15, 1865.
Transmittal of report from Administrador de Temoaya on incident there; new imposts levied on the hacienda; request for order that employees not be molested.
7617 Palomo, José Ignacio. Mexico, ALS. March 3, 1865.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter from Terreros; Casa de Cadena taken over by new occupant; efforts to speak with English Minister; Rosalía.
7618 González Fuentes, Pascual. T'oluca, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. March 8, 1865.
Plan to ask Terreros in Paris to look after son Esteban; call for the boy by Jesús Fuentes in New York; possible meeting with Berriozábal and acquaintances in the United States.
7619 Romero, Nicolás. Ex-Acordada, LS. March 12, 1865.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Request for money to pay defense counsel; schedule to appear before “el terrible corte marcial de los franceses.”
7620 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] [Exposición.] Mexico, Unsigned. March, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Reglamento of March 9; statement for son Antonino Riva Palacio; Capellanía founded by José Palacio January 13, 1786 with $4,000 on Hacienda de Miacatlán, Jurisdicción de Cuernavaca; benefits enjoyed by Antonino until March, 1861; Law of July 12 and 13, 1859; change by Gobierno General; Jesús Dueñas; Capellanías de Sangre; Censu[r]atorio Ángel Pérez Palacios; transmittal of title papers.
7621 González Fuentes, Pascual. Toluca, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. May 4, 1865.
Request for help in providing return of Esteban; help given by Terreros in Paris; excessive debts incurred by Esteban; transfer of funds to Veracruz.
7622 López, Juan F. Chalco, ALS. May 5, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Tuñón Cañedo appointed Jefe Militar of the Fuerzas rurales, Distritos de Morelos, Chalco, Texcoco, and Tlalpam; size of force needed; request by Rosas Landa; cost of the extra force.
7623 _____. Chalco, ALS. May 9, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of copy of reply to Rosas Landa; decision of Emperor for one company to be minimum force for each district; Salomé.
7624 Quintana, León L. Medina de Pomar, LS. May 10, 1865.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Death of mother in Briviesca; help given in Paris by Terreros; Francisco Peláez; execution of Juarist leader Romero reported in La Época de Madrid.
7625 López, Juan F. Chalco, ALS. May 20, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Decision of General Rosas Landa to organize two companies in Chalco District for the Fuerza Rural, or 240 men; Pepe Zubieta.
7626 Mendoza, José María. Puebla, LS. May 22, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival from Europe; gifts from Manuel Terreros delivered; Dueñas; Josefita.
7627 García Conde, Rafael. [Noticia de muerte.] Mexico, Printed form. May 27, 1865.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
7628 López, Juan F. Chalco, ALS. May 27, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Decision of General Rosas Landa to establish one company in Chalco District; brother called by Siliceo in the Ministerio de Gobernación to explain solicitud by the citizens of Huexoculco; illness of Riva Palacio; Ventura Alcerreca.
7629 Somera, F. Mexico, Printed letter. 1 l. 14 × 21 cm. Card 5 × 11 cm. June 19, 1865.
Invitation from President of the Ayuntamiento to be in committee to welcome the Emperor and Empress on their return to the capital.
7630 González Fuentes, Pascual. Toluca, LS. June 30, 1865.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Effort to find doctors to send to Tacámbaro to help Vicente; agreement of Dr. Nicolás Íñigo and Enrique Villela to go via Pátzcuaro, basing safety on differing political attitudes; fee: $2,000; trip of brother Guillermo to Mayorazgo; Vicente's attack on Uruapan reported in La Sociedad; stagecoach for Morelia.
a. [Mariano Riva Palacio:] [Borrador de carta a Pascual González Fuentes.] Mexico, Unsigned. 1 l. f. 2. Decision not to send the doctors because of the period already passed since hearing of Vicente's illness; Guillermo; travel from Toluca; news kept from Josefina; effort to send message with a safe-conduct; Montiel. July 1, 1865.
7631 Campa, Nicolás. Querétaro, ALS. July 10, 1865.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recommendation for Lic. Manuel Mendiola; new plans for school; Escudero.
7632 Quintana, León L. Medina de Pomar, LS. August 8, 1865.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Letter from Manuel Terreros in Paris; recovery from eye inflammation; sale of corn to Campillo; Francisco Peláez; travel in Asturias; crops ruined by heavy rains; Escudero.
7633 Salgado, R[emigio] M[erced]. Zumpango, LS. August 19, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Settlement of accounts of Hacienda de Jalpa and Hacienda de Temoaya; long-standing debts due the haciendas; will of Flores turning the hacienda over to Terreros.
7634 Mendiola, Manuel. Querétaro, ALS. August 20, 1865.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Visit to house after departure of Riva Palacio; Dueñas.
7635 López, Juan F. Guadalupe, ALS. August 20, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Decision of Ministro de Gobernación that all political authorities in Valley of Mexico should be military men; Tuñón appointed Subprefecto of Chalco; opportunity to resign refused; Pepe Zubieta; attack rumored by Alcalde de Ameca, proved false; effort of Diego Arróyave to take possession of Monte de San Pedro; opposition by residents.
7636 Guerra Manz[anare]s, Antonio. Puebla, ALS. August 23, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Effort of Riva Palacio to help place him in a judgeship acknowledged; Patricio Dueñas; influence with Ministro de Justicia; service of father Lic. Mariano Guerra Manzanares as Ministro de la Suprema Corte; hope for position as substitute Defensor Fiscal de Hacienda Pública in the capital, office held by Lic. Mariano Flores Alatorre; Promotor Fiscal de las Tribunales de Circuito, Distrito de Guanajuato in presidency of Herrera; service with Comonfort in 1857-1858, removed by General Echeagaray; son Mariano with Ignacio Eraso.
7637 López, Juan F. Chiconquiahuitl, ALS. August 27, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Sub-prefecture turned over to Cañedo; request for explanation for dismissal to be sent to Escudero.
7638 [Riva Palacio,] Carlos. Asunción, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. September 17, 1865.
Arrival of troops from Chalco; explanation of Cañedo; order of French general for troops to watch the hacienda.
7639 Zubieta, José. Tlalmanalco, ALS. September 20, 1865.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Delivery of papers on trial of Cadena; delivery by Lic. Juan Chávez; delays caused by communications with Ministerio de Gobernación and the prefecture; handling by Juzgado de primera instancia created by Decree of September 13.
7640 Döring, Venancia S. de. Tampico, ALS. October 15, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Husband Federico Döring; request for help of Riva Palacio in obtaining legal papers from Lic. Francisco Villalobos and instituting claim for $20,000 against the government; request for letter to the Emperor; baptismal certificates of children; documents in Tesorería General; funds needed for education of children; letter to Empress; Antonio Gutiérrez Victoria.
7641 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Huetamo, ALS. November 5, 1865.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Birthday greetings; steadfast refusal to shed blood.
7642 _____. Turicato, ALS. November 9, 1865.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Decision to leave the country; choice to give up his command rather than decide on fate of group of 200 prisoners.
7643 [Riva Palacio,] Mariano. [Carta a Carlos Riva Palacio.] Mexico, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed monogram. November 12, 1865.
José María; Lola; birth of child; ticket for opera; eye trouble of infant; baptism; Agustín Cruz to be godfather; Lupe; Josefina; Pepe; Barajas; Ignacio; Mayen; delivery of corn; boat travel from Chalco to Mexico; deposit with mariano Rodríguez of license to keep weapons on hacienda under new circular issued by Marshal Bazaine in newspapers; Garay's operations to drain Mexico streets; effect on Chalco; warning of measures to be taken on Archicofradía in care of grass and planting of trees; care of irrigation ditches. Addressed to Asunción.
7644 Toriz, J. Ignacio. Temamatla, LS. November 14, 1865.
3 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Complaint about bapitsm of infant daughter of Carlos; Cura de Tenango chosen to perform baptism; request for Toriz to furnish equipment at La Asunción; messages by Luis Colín, hijo; quarrel started by Manuel Riva Palacio; Padre Corral; Carlos' refusal to deliver letter. Includes draft of answer, Mexico, November 15, 1865, unsigned, expressing reprimand to Carlos; request for permission for baptism of infant by Dr. Hernández in Tenango.
7645 Aguilar, Luis María. LS. December 6, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for help in obtaining clemency for Juan Cocio, sentenced to four years hard labor; case left with Lic. Ignacio Acosta from Puebla; intercession with Escudero.
7646 López, Juan F. Tlalmanalco, ALS. December 9, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Rodríguez' trip to Ozumba; junta to meet for organization of Fuerza rural; Carlos requested to send team to Mexico to bring Riva Palacio; Zubieta; Gracia.
7647 _____. [Carta a Carlos Riva Palacio.] Tlalmanalco, ALS. December 9, 1865.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting of Junta for Fuerza Rural; request for mule-team to be sent to bring Riva Palacio to La Asunción.
7648 Sánchez Colonio (Colomo?), Pedro. ALS. December 11, 1865.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Request for help in obtaining position in the Ramo judicial or Juzgado; intercession with Ministro de Justicia.
7649 COMPAÑÍA DEL FERRO-CARRIL DE MÉXICO Á TOLUCA. Direccion General, Mexico, Signed S. Sauvage. 1 l. 12 × 27 cm. Printed letterhead. December 13, 186[5].
Transmittal of copy of company program; request for support; purchasers of shares solicited; increase in commercial spirit; development of colonization and pacification. Address: Calle Santa Isabel No. 9.
7650 Pérez Trejo, Fabián. Cárcel en Belén, ALS. December 28, 1865.
2 l. 22 × 27 cm.
Account of arrest during search for his brother; mistreatment suffered in prison; Buerva(?); Tomás Cadena; request for help. Addressed to Calle de Medinas, No. 21.
7651 COMISARÍA MUNICIPAL DE TEMAMATLA. [Oficio a Carlos Riva Palacio.] Temamatla, LS. Signed: José María Pérez. December 30, 1865.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Order to come to Chalco immediately with all hands, with arms, for reception of Emperor and Empress. Pencil note: Indulto del S. Santelices; lo presenta E. Ortega.

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Año de 1866

7652 Granados, Manuel. Ayotzingo, LS. January 3, 1866.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Identification of troops; communication opened.
7653 Castañeda y Nájera, Vidal de. LS. Also signed in pencil, Antonio Vargas, Escribiente. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. Stamped letterhead, embossed: Imperio Mexicano. January 5, 1866.
Recommendation requested for Lic. José de la Paz Álvarez for position in Secretaría del Tribunal Superior; present work in Sala del Superior Tribunal; illness; Santelices.
7654 Lozano, Manuel. LS. January 24, 1866.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recommendation for Lic. José G. Jorge Zúñiga, applicant for position as Abogado defensor de pobres or in Oficial Mayor on a court; influence of Riva Palacio on Escudero y Echánove.
7655 Cunha Rus (Reis? Ríos?), M. B. da. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed letterhead. 2 copies. February 19, 1866.
Printed letter; Imperial Decree of December 10, 1865; formation of Compañía de Colonización Asiática; Junta Directiva; prospective shareholders solicited; Escalerillas No. 17.
7656 [Cruz,] Agustín. San Luis, ALS. February 19, 1866.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Letter from Landa for Escudero; Alamán not recommended; departure of Gabriel with autos for Monterrey and Saltillo; danger from troops of Escobedo; Miguel to be sent back; advice against matrimony; visit to Baumi (Bansui?); brothers recently returned from Europe; business with Sr. Reyes; Don Camilo at the mines; Manuelita; Josefina; Pepe; Antonino; La Asunción; Lola; Carlos.
7657 Salazar, Manuel. Jalpa, ALS. February 19, 1866.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Meeting with Barrera; Alatorre; Salgado; travel to Zumpango; Administradores de Zumpango and Cuaut[itlá]n; pension to be paid by order of the Minister; appeal to the capital; costs of collecting debt.
7658 [Cruz,] Agustín. La Luz, ALS. March 5, 1866.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Lola; Carlos; visit of children to baths; plans changed by news from Cuernavaca; Baunen (Banuen?) business paralized by delay in Tribunal judicial; Pedro; Escudero; Josefina.
7659 Quintana, León L. Medina de Pomar, ALS. March 8, 1866.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Plan of Francisco Peláez to leave the country; Riva Palacio requested to take over business interests; Administrador Vicente Castañeda; deterioration of business interests; illness of escribiente Tomás Linares; plan to go to Rome for Holy week. Has note by Riva Palacio on answer after interview with Castañeda. Two 20-cent stamps.
7660 Villerías, Hipólito. ALS. March 12, 1866.
2 l. 22 × 26 cm.
Request for help in obtaining position as Procurador in Tribunal Superior and Supremo Tribunal.
7661 Calderón, L. Francisco. Chalco, ALS. March 13, 1866.
2 l. 22 × 26 cm.
Need for two judges: one for civil cases and one for criminal cases; record of delays in handling cases; Pedro Escudero; effects of new law on administration of Justice; juez de instrucción; effort to obtain position in Ramo judicial; appeal to Rivera Melo; service as alcalde.
7662 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Tlalmanalco, LS. March 14, 1866.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for intercession with Ministro de Justicia for decision in case of prisoners held without trial; concern of the Juez de Instrucción and Juan Francisco; unhealthines of Chalco.
7663 Mendiola, Manuel. Querétaro, ALS. March 20, 1866.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Legal case left in hands of Hidalgo; Ministro de cultos Escudero; opposition of Montellano; Almazán; Artigas; Siliceo; request for help.
7664 Galarza, Fermín. Atoyac, LS. March 22, 1866.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Watermark: Lacroix Frères.
Transmittal of copy of Exposición from Pueblo de la Purificación Tlapala; charge against Cristóbal Guarneros and Francisco Calderón. Has note on return of the document.
7665 Rodríguez, Mariano. Chalco, LS. March 23, 1866.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Involvement of Felipe Sánchez in theft of cattle in Monte de Rio Frío; instructions for trial of prisoners by Juez de Instrucción; attack on stagecoach.
7666 Díaz Barreiro, Juan Manuel. Morelos, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. March 25, 1866.
Backlog of criminal cases received by the Juzgado; letter for Rovalo; effect of change in climate; recommendation for Lic. Bonilla sent to Pedro Escudero. Note on Lic. Manuel Arizmendi and Lic. Francisco García for Guanajuato; change for García from Secretario del Subprefecto de León; Lic. Martín V. Vélez, Juez Letrado de Puruándiro to be judge in Salamanca.
7667 Zamacona, Manuel María de. ALS. April 30, 1866.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Introduction to Sra. Damiana Hidalgo de Gutiérrez, widow of José Julián Gutiérrez of Jalpa; efforts of agents of General Santa Anna to have her help restore Santa Anna; trouble caused by Manuel Santa Anna; baseless charges brought to court; involvement of Hacienda de Pacho; danger of imprisonment; appeal to Escudero.
7668 PRIMER SECRETARIO DE LAS CEREMONIAS. Casa del Emperador, Servicio del gran maestro de Ceremonias, Palacio Imperial de México, Printed form. 1866.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Blank invitation to Misa de reglamento. No date.
7669 VECINOS DE LA VILLA DEL VALLE. LS. May 25, 1866.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Signed by Félix Herrera, Ramón Uriarte, Miguel Salinas, Manuel Mondragón, Juan P. Muñoz, J. Ma. Mondragón, Mariano Isita, Esteban Vértiz, Guadalupe Uriarte, and Inocente García. Approval of Juez de Primera instancia Lic. Gregorio Noriega; transfer by the Superior Tribunal del Departmento [de México] to Zacualpam opposed; replacement by Lic. Mariano San Salvador; request for intercession with Emperor for retention of Noriega.
7670 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Tepotzotlán, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. May 28, 1866.
Report on Junta held in Cuautitlán, attended by Zubieta and Herrera; meeting of junta in Tula with Administrador de Temoaya; establishment of 45-man force; increased requirements for equipment and pay; archives searched for documents on value of Hacienda de Jalpa; inventory sent to Manuel [Terreros] in Paris; Zumpango; Palomo; Zomera.
7671 Montiel, Isidro A. Toluca, LS. May 29, 1866.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Plan to build church in parish cemetery held up by Miguel Tentori of the Administración de Bienes Nacionalizados; petition prepared for Escudero requesting exemption of the case from the Leyes de Reforma.
7672 Quintana, León L. Medina de Pomar, LS. June 6, 1866.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Travel of Francisco Peláez to Europe; instructions to Hacienda administrator to seek instructions from Riva Palacio; continued eye afflication; attachment to young lady in Mexico; letter from Manuel [Terreros] in Madrid; resignation of Vicente Castañeda to care for Rancho del Inglés; arrangements with earlier agents; help of Agapito de la Barrera of Otumba recommended to find replacement; visit to Rome for Holy Week; audience with the Santo Padre; address recommended as España, Provincia de Burgos; Escudero.
7673 _____. Medina de Pomar, ALS. June 6, 1866.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Concern over Castañeda; letter sent to Ramón Peláez for Castañeda; letter to Linares. Includes draft of answer, September 8, 1866; damage done by ice; increase in pronunciamientos.
7674 [Riva Palacio,] Mariano. [Carta a Manuel Riva Palacio.] Mexico, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed monogram. June 20, 1866.
Tranquilino; troubles caused by Carlos; sale of beans to Gutiérrez; sale of corn recommended; delivery of letter by Mayen; money for payroll; Herrera.
7675 _____. [Carta a Manuel Riva Palacio.] Mexico, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed monogram. June 26, 1866.
Letters from Pepe and Antonino; admonition to keep his name clear; horse received by Antonino from Pérez Tejada; Barreiros; funds for payroll questioned; wheat and barley harvest; warning of care of wheat; incident in Tlalmelilpan (?); Barreiro; Lupe; Josefina; Barajas.
7676 Galarza, Fermín. Atoyac, ALS. July 5, 1866.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for help in case of imprisonment of brother Marcelino Galarza; Nicolás; petition given to Rivera Melo; delivery by Jesús Becerril; long prison term mentioned by President of the Tribunal Fernando Gutiérrez and Sumera; money payment.
7677 Quintana, León L. Medina de Pomar, ALS. July 6, 1866.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Watermark: []-JDL& Co.
Continued employment of Vicente Castañeda; care of the hacienda; Linares; Ramón Peláez.
7678 Godoy, José María. Cuamatla, LS. July 6, 1866.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Illness of daughter Tula; Barajitas; wheat harvest; need for rain; visit of Lic. Córdoba, Juez de Letras de Texcoco with unpleasant tales of trouble between Indians and hacendados; Pedro; rumors in Cuautitlán of band gathered in Montealto and Cahuacán; Cueva.
7679 COMISARÍA MUNICIPAL DE TEMAMATLA. [Carta a Manuel Riva Palacio.] Temamatla, LS. Signed: Mariano Rosales. 1 l. 16 × 21 cm. Stamped letterhead. July 6, 1866.
Transmittal of circular from Subprefecto with order for organization of a Fuerza Municipal de Seguridad Pública; law of November 1, 1865; notice of meeting of land owners and commercial men.
7680 [Riva Palacio,] José. Asunción, ALS. July 13, 1866.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Sale of blankets; Bernarda; Barajas; Manuel; Bernabé Santa Cruz; pulque from Texcoco and Coatepec; Ignacio; Ramón de la Cueva.
7681 MINISTERIO DE INSTRUCCIÓN PÚBLICA Y CULTOS. [Oficio al Sr. Br. José Riva Palacio.] Mexico, LS. Signed: Escudero. July 14, 1866.
1 l. 22 × 29 cm.
Copy of message sent to Rector del Colegio de Abogados, with order of the Emperor excusing José Riva Palacio's absences from the Academia de Jurisprudencia.
7682 [Sánchez,] Atilano. LS. July 20, 1866.
3 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Efforts to protect Buenavista from sale forced by Ignacio Adalid, friend of the owner of Llanos de Apam; efforts to improve the hacienda; mortgage of $10,500; offers by Piña y Cuevas; Alcabala; haciendas de pulques; establishment of peace and growth in population under the French Intervention; decision to sell to Martínez de la Torre; land values in the city; Ribera de San Cosme; sales by Francisco Pliego; values at Buenavista and San Juan de Dios compared with values near Iglesia de San Cosme; Calzada de Nonoalco; Rancho del Fresno; Rancho de la Era; Rancho del Prado; Rancho de los Ángeles; artesian wells; olive trees; house rented in Barrio de los Ángeles; request for intercession with Martínez de la Torre for sale of house to daughter María del Pilar; position as Notario mayor in the Juzgado de Capellanías, Banco Nacional.
7683 Godoy, José María. Cuamatla, LS. July 20, 1866.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Return of Tula and Juan; imprisonment of Cruz; Carlos; sign of political change; Josefina; Lupe; Barajitas; birthday greetings. Also signed Carmen P. de Godoy, Guadalupe Godoy, María Gertrudis G. de Herrera, Carmen G. de Moral, N. Ml. del Moral, and Juan B. Herrera.
7684 PREFECTURA POLÍTICA DEL DEPARTAMENTO DEL VALLE DE MÉXICO. ALS. Signed: M. A. Campero. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed letterhead. July 21, [1866].
Gayosso to come to agreement with Recaudador; copy of Bando transmitted.
7685 Riva Palacio, C[arlos.] Chalco, ALS. July 26, 1866.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meetings with members of family; apology for past actions; absence of Vicente.
7686 T[erreros,] M[anuel.] Paris, Incomplete, unsigned. 4 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed monogram: MT. July 29, 1866.
Visit to Madrid to look for papers of his family and family records; meeting with relative from Jérez de la Frontera; cousin Conde de Tepa; Joaquín Cortina; litigation over legacy of Brother Juan; argument in Spain over titles; need for baptismal certificate; Antonio de Lavalle; request for advice; possibility of inheriting title of Marqués; question of its advisability in case the Empire endures; Ramón; Miguel Cervantes; baptism record of Juan and Pedro; question of arming French army with the new Needle-gun; change in political situation in Europe; treatment of Austrian Emperor; transoceanic electrical transmission; newspapers sent.
7687 PREFECTURA POLÍTICA DEL DEPARTAMENTO DEL VALLE DE MÉXICO. ALS. Signed: M.A. Campero. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed letterhead. August 4, [1866].
All-day secret session of Excelentísimo; request for data on subject discussed.
7688 Cruz, Miguel. San Luis Potosí, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Miguel Cruz Hos. August 8, 1866.
Report to Escudero on local business; imprisonment and exile of father; business with Fernández Mendoza; Pacheco.
7689 [Cruz,] Agustín. Mérida, ALS. August [9,] 1866.
4 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter written from Sisal; delivery to the Casa Municipal; order to report each third day; arrest at San Cosme, Finca de Huayin (?); Chalco; imprisonment in Ex-Acordada; foreign guards; fellow prisoner Feliciano Chavarría; illness; request for Dr. Puig; clothing requested for movement to Yucatán; meeting with Guadalupita; María sent with papers to Escudero and Mendoza Cortina; transfer by stage coach to Puebla; food furnished by Prefecto del Valle; money collected at Río Frío; French soldiers used as guards; Italian captain; second night spent in office at El Palmar; fear of vómito aroused in Orizaba; effort to copy legal papers interrupted; arrival in Paso del Macho; bad weather; bad roads; lodging at Los Huagones (?); Algerian guards; travel by train interrupted by bad bridges; difficulty in reaching Palo Hondo and La Soledad; transfer by boat from Veracruz to Castillo; embarcation on ship La Rosita; will and letter to Escudero sent to Carlos Carran; ration of “carne salada del norte”; disembarcation in Sisal; imprisonment in La Ciudadela; good treatment by Prefecto García Morales; Regil y Peón (?); help of Felipe Ibarra; plan to work on garden; English interests; board with Rafaela Echánove, relative of Escudero; population of Sisal placed at 30,000; absence of beggars and drunks; heat worse than in Iguala or Tetela; prevalence of typhus; need for curative plant cultívated by García Icazbalceta on Haciendas of Tenango and San Ignacio, called Tlatlanmaya; will left with Cueva; request for efforts to obtain passport for Spain.
7690 Campero, M. A. Prefectura política del Valle de México, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed letterhead. August 25, 1866.
Litigation between Pueblo de Tlapala and Haciendas of Guadalupe, Atoyac, and Moral; case handled by Cayetano Gómez Pérez.
7691 [Cruz,] Agustín. Mérida, ALS. August 26, 1866.
3 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Chavarría freed after establishing error of his arrest; new companion Garnica; thanks to Siliceo; money delivered by Regil; children in San Luis; letter to Escudero about passport to Spain or Italy; Guadalupita; letters to Pacheco; purchase of horse; ice-making machine; Felipe Ibarra; Josefina; Vicente; wealth of the land. Extra sheet, September 1, 1866: Garnica and others taken to island near rebellious Indians; forged letter abusing “el rey” for incident in the Casa de Cuernavaca.
7692 Campos, Maximiliano. LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: MR de Terreros, Hacienda de Jalpa. August 27, 1866.
Estado General [Hacienda de Jalpa] sent to Palomo; illness of Herrera; boundaries checked with Rancho de Bocanegra; boundary with San Martín; Manuel [Terreros.]
7693 JUZGADO DE TEMAMATLA. T'emamatla, ALS. Signed: Juez municipal Nicanor López. 2 l. 16 × 21 cm. Stamped letterhead. September 5, 1866.
Loss of letter for Juan José Vallejo; request for copy with original date; order of Juez de Instrucción and Juzgado de Letras.
7694 [Sánchez,] Atilano. LS. September 7, 1866.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Request for report on income from fund for “dotes de monjas.”
7695 [Riva Palacio,] Mariano. [Carta a Manuel Terreros.] Mexico, LS. September 7, 1866.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Advice on litigation to secure the title for his family from Queen of Spain; baptismal certificates of Alberto and Pedro obtained by Ceferino; search for certificate of Manuel fruitless; Ramón; arrival of French packetboat.
7696 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Tepotzotlán, LS. 2 l. 20 × 25 cm. Name embossed. September 7, 1866.
Paper sent to Administrador de rentas de Cuautitlán; new evaluation placed on Manuel Terreros' property by authorities in Jalpa; Herrera; Andonáegui.
7697 Quintana, León L. Medina de Pomar, LS. September 9, 1866.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of letter for Castañeda. Draft of answer on back, November 27, 1866, sending copy of inventory.
7698 Carrillo, Victoriano. Chalco, LS. September 13, 1866.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of consulta on contribuciones directas prepared by the Junta Calificadora; Rivera Melo requested to submit documents on case of widow of General Torrens; tax due under Law of July 29, 1863.
7699 Rovalo, A[gustín]. ALS. September 23, 1866.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Fear caused by present conditions; Tixtla. Includes draft of answer, September 23, 1866.
7700 Quintana, León L. Medina de Pomar, ALS. September 23, 1866.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Castañeda to stay on hacienda; Linares; Peláez; increased taxes under Imperial government prophesied by French and Spanish newspapers; return of Maximiliano; reports in Estafette; restoration of homes for brothers and sisters; purchase of stores for relatives; plan to return.
7701 [Cruz,] Agustín. Mérida, ALS. September 28, 1866.
4 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Chavarría; letter sent to Garnica via García Morales, prefecto político; Regil; money received from Escudero; letter from Guadalupita; Pacheco; delay in obtaining passport; Comandante Casanova rumored to have authority to issue passports; the Indian war; help given by Felipe Ibarra; Rafael Pedrera (Pedraza?) (Pedures?); experience operating ice-making machine; visit to haciendas to study cultivation of henequen; locally invented cleaning machine; wealth of land; unpleasant climate; vómito; fevers; typhus; cholera; tlatlanmaya cultivated by García Icazbalceta; Spanish boat lost with mail aboard; withdrawal of Indians from Tiohonuco (?) before troops of Traconis; suffering of troops in the town; truce in Guerra de Castas; Lupe; José; Barajas.
7702 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] [Borrador de carta a Joaquín G. de la Cortina.] Mexico, Unsigned. September 29, 1866.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter via Manuel Terreros; dedication of catálogo acknowledged.
7703 [Riva Palacio,] Mariano. [Carta a Manuel Riva Palacio.] Mexico, LS. September 30, 1866.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Citation by Chávez, Juez de instrucción, for showing of title to land; Galarza; Juan Francisco; advice to reply that he is not the owner of La Asunción, giving address as Calle de Medina No. 20; preparation of budget; Pepe; Antonino; delay in finding maidservant.
7704 Chavarría, Feliciano. Mérida, ALS. October 9, 1866.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Friendship with Cruz; marriage to Saturnina López performed by Joaquín Alcalde; marriage plans of Juan Mateos; Gabriel Islas refused by Señorita Galera, of one of the main families.
7705 Campos, M[aximiliano]. San Martín, LS. October 19, 1866.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Invasion by Fragoso; brutality of commander at Zumpango; abduction of Marcelino, Inocencio, Francisco, and Guadalupe Serrano for refusal of money and horses; injury to farmer of Chamacuero when carried to Hacienda de Tezontlalpa for fight with Fragoso; 15 casualties.
7706 Cano, Jesús. Mexico, ALS. October 21, 1866.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Plan to visit Toluca and Zula; imprisonment of judge in Zula and paralysis of business; request for $5 loan.
7707 Rivera Melo, Luis. LS. October 29, 1866.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Excuse for failing to receive instructions; visit of Prieto to Lupe.
7708 [Cruz,] Agustín. Mérida, ALS. November 7, 1866.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letters for Pacheco and Escudero; work on passport; Salazar or Ilarregui to work on freeing prisoners; visit to Hacienda de Huayalqueji (?) and ruins of Uxmal; illness; transfer of Garnica and others to Isla de Cozumel; visit of Chavarría to hacienda of Marcos Duarte; friendship of Pepe Rojo and Lic. Rafael Regil.
7709 Laspita, Antonio María. LS. November 20, 1866.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Employment in Montepío through help of Manuel Terreros; danger of occupation of Montepío by dissident troops; meeting of Junta particular gubernativa; request for help.
7710 Aguilar, Francisco. Ejército Republicano, Brigada Leiva, Sección Aguilar, Ameca, LS. 1 l. 22 × 28 cm. Printed letterhead. December 19, 1866.
Notice of his appointment as Comandante Militar Distrito de Chalco; request for 3 horses to be delivered to Captain José María Velasco.
7711 Huet, E. LS. 1866?
2 l. 22 × 32 cm.
Twenty years' experience in charitable work; work in establishing Instituto Imperial de los sordos mudos del Brazil; plan to found a deaf-mute school in Mexico; subvention by La Municipalidad for course of instruction for teachers given in Colegio de San Juan de Letrán; approval by the Academia de Medicina; protection of the Academia de las Ciencias; support of Emperor and Empress; need for building; appointment to Comisión protectora for the enterprise. Other prospective members: Eustaquio Barron, Antonio Escandón, Isidoro de la Torre, Rafael Martínez de la Torre, Alejandro Aragón y Escandón, Antonio Vértiz, Urbano Fonseca, Gregorio Mier y Terán, Antonio Mier y Celís. Marcel Mier y Celís, José de Andrade y Escalante, Carlos Stagembeck, José [H]ilario Elgueiro, Francisco Villanueva, and Dr. Jourdanet.

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Año de 1867

7712 ADMINISTRACIÓN DE RENTAS DE CHALCO. [Oficio al dueño de la Asunción.] Chalco, Signed: J. M. de Olaguíbel. January 4, 1867.
2 l. 12 × 21 cm.
Request for payment of $436 to be credited to tax account. Byline: Independencia y Libertad.
7712A Castañeda, Vicente. Hacienda de San Miguel Tenopala, ALS. January 5, 1867.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Foreclosure proceedings; order of Comandante militar de Teotihuacán Miguel Mateos to Joaquín Aldana for inventory of hacienda, seizure of mules, and sale of cattle, sheep, and grain to satisfy debt; settlement for weekly payment.
7712B ADMINISTRACIÓN DE RENTAS DE CHALCO. [Oficio al encargado de la Hacienda de la Archicofradía.] Chalco, Signed: J. M. de Olaguíbel. January 6, 1867.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Request for $240, ordered collected by the Gobernador y Comandante en Jefe del Valle de México, to be credited to tax account.
7713 P. ALS. January 19, 1867.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Settlement with inventores by making new notes for $2,000; difficulties of Don Ramón. Possibly by Escudero.
7714 Quintana, León L. Medina de Pomar, ALS. January 23, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Departure of English packet boat from Port of Soptanton (Southampton?); contribution of $2,000 required of hacienda on pain of sale of cattle; responsibility of Castañeda; Linares; receipt of periodicals; Estafeta. Includes summary of answer of March 7; reports on hacienda; increased demands; return to Mexico advised.
7715 [Sánchez,] Atilano. LS. January 31, 1867.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Illness of Ormaechea; business of Salvador; José; Pilar; Martz; Ayllón; Pedro; Jacobo; problem of settling estate on children.
7716 _____. LS. February 9, 1867.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Will of Señora Castañiza; absence of Ormaechea; recourse to Archbishop; Reverendo Padre Provincial de la Compañía; son Salvador; son José; Martínez de la Torre recommended for handling estate.
7717 _____. LS. February 11, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Answer to Socorro Pereda suggested; duties in estate of Señora Castañiza transferred from Atilano Sánchez to Riva Palacio; Guadalupe Castañiza; her sister María de Jesús reported ill; Fondos de Minería y Peajes taken over by the Government; Obra pía reported to Juárez government; Sánchez ordered to surrender funds according to Ley de la Materia; funds saved by being withheld from Capitulares of the Church; Obras pías taken over by government.
7718 Pérez, José María. [Carta a Manuel Riva Palacio en Asunción.] Chalco, ALS. February 21, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Offer of several wagon-tongues by José Riva Palacio accepted.
7719 Quintana, León L. Madrid, ALS. February 23, 1867.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Meeting with Francisco Peláez; trip of Peláez to Asturias on business; visit to Portugal; debt owed by Yanqui Cammet.
7720 Cueva, Ramón de la. Veracruz, ALS. March 4, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Plan to leave Mexico; travel from Mexico to Ayotla; robbery en route; arrival in Puebla and Orizaba; Consulado de Veracruz; facilities compared with Cuautla and Cuernavaca; Cerro del Borrego; loss of the hill by González Ortega; capture by French in night attack; failure of Zaragoza to attack unexplained; discussion of tactics in the Puebla fight; meeting with Archbishop, Morán, Elguero, Pedro García, and Víctor Martínez in Puebla and Orizaba; meeting with Palacio Magarola, Andrade, Escalante, Robledo, and Ferren (nephew of Moreno) in Orizaba; plans of majority to go abroad; pretensions of Bonifacio to visit Tehuantepec, Guatemala, and the United States; danger from Juárez exaggerated; decision of Riva Palacio, Godoy, and Eulalio Ortega to remain; departure of Pepe Landa, Elguero, Escalante and Robledo influenced by early departure of Bazaine; removed from statecoach by Director de Cocolapam Tomás Grandisan; his plan to surrender imperial forces to the Liberals; convoy to Paso del Macho protected by French soldiers; José María Bringas in convoy; Bazaine's headquarters at Escandón's house in Hacienda del Potrero; Bringas approached in convoy by Liberals; Agustín Le grand; escape by using name Garmendia; capture of Bringas and two Gendarmes; Lupe Bros; dream retold; Pedro Verge's travel to Medellín; twenty ships visible in harbor; plan to leave on Spanish ship; Lupe; Josefina; Vicente; Asunción; Godoy; Barreiro; Martínez de la Torre; Rozas; Martínez de Castro; El negrito Delgado; Pérez Palacios to be traveling companion; Don Félix.
7721 REPÚBLICA MEXICANA. ADMINISTRACIÓN DE RENTAS DE CHALCO. [Oficio a Manuel Riva Palacio.] Chalco, ALS. Signed: Antonio Montiel. 1 l. 16 × 21 cm. Stamped letterhead. March 28, 1867.
Mariano Alfaro sent to collect loan decreed March 8 by General Cuéllar for expenses of the brigade.
7722 [Riva Palacio,] Mariano. [Carta a Manuel Riva Palacio.] Mexico, LS. April 10, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Approval of conduct on the hacienda; Antonino; letter sent with Sornosa; sale of corn to Molina; credit arrangement with Noriega and Audifred; wheat harvest; Barajas.
7723 RECAUDACIÓN PRINCIPAL DE CONTRIBUCIONES DIRECTAS EN EL VIENTO NORTE. Mexico, LS. Signed: Felipe García. 1 l. 16 × 22 cm. Stamped letterhead. April 15, 1867.
Request for service as witness in attachment of hacienda of Francisca Garrido for failure to pay contribution required by Manifestación No. 98.
7723A Quintana, León L. Medina de Pomar, LS. May 22, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 22 cm.
Correspondence with Pedro [Escudero?] in Seville; departure of Pedro for Madrid and Bayonne; flies in Seville; Castañeda. Includes unsigned draft of reply, July 8-9, 1867: Letter for Fermín Garibay; destruction caused by the war; reports from the hacienda; sale of corn.
7724 Cueva, Ramón de la. Madrid, ALS. June 22, 1867.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Félix Cuevas; illness of Mexicans in Madrid; Pérez Palacios; friends in Paris; local political turmoil; discontent with Queen; letter via Terreros; Iturbe; use of matches; hot weather; Marqués de Moranes(?); difference in food; Josefina; Lupe; Martínez de Castro; Torre; Godoy; news of Río Visnaga requested of Martínez de la Torre; illness of Luisa.
7725 Quintana, León L. Medina de Pomar, LS. June 25, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Newspaper report; travel to Burgos with Pedro en route to France; hope for peace under Gobierno Liberal; plans for return.
7726 Payno, M[anuel]. ALS. June 28, 1867.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Death of son; news from San Luis.
7727 Rivas, Domingo. Chalco, ALS. July 2, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for aid in obtaining employment lost in 1863 for service in Gobierno Liberal; Contador in the Aduana; service as Comandante del Resguardo; work as scribe with Antonio López. Corner missing.
7728 Reyes, M. Secretaría, Compañía Lancasteriana de México, LS. 1 l. 22 × 33 cm. Embossed letterhead. July 2, 1867.
Actions since June, 1863 annulled; re-establishment of committees; Escuela de Iturbide continued without the Comisión de vigilancia; President Sebastián Lerdo; Vice-President Mariano Riva Palacio.
7729 Cano, Jesús. Mexico, ALS. July 3, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Visit to Tla[l]manalco with Jefe político Francisco Velázquez; offer of position in Zula; purchase of house in Toluca from Aniceto Flores; difficulty in sale of house; Lic. García; Agustín González, Prefecto político de Toluca; carpenter work on Hacienda de la Asunción; tools held in Zula by Juez Cleto Chacón(?). Corner missing.
7730 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Paula, ALS. July 3, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Funds deposited with Darán; receipt given Palomo; business at El Mineral; settlement with Jalpa's Administración de Contribuciones on basis of $150,000 for hacienda; order of the President; papers in Manuel's archives; travel to Temoaya and Actopan; business with Administración de Rentas.
7731 Bahnsen (?), Juan T. A. Uhde & Co. [San Luis Potosí y Matamoros,] San Luis Potosí, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed letterhead. July 5, 1867.
Lic. Rafael Martínez de la Torre; return of Lic. Ortega; illness of Barón de Magnus; impossibility of recovering the body.
7732 Chavarría, Feliciano. Chalco, LS. July 10, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Opinion requested on proposed proclama before publication; Lupe; Josefina.
7733 Quitana, León L. Santander, ALS. July 11, 1867.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Pedro and Ramón en route to Bayonne; travel to Burgos; newspaper reports; eye infection; mail problem at Veracruz. Includes notes on replies of August 27 and September 27: mail delayed by siege; reports on hacienda; Escudero and Cueva in Burgos and France.
7734 Fernández, Mariano. ALS. July 14, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for help in poverty; refusal to accept past governmen; Lic. Tomás Islas.
7735 Campero, M. A. ALS. July 15 [1867].
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Receipt by Campuzano of list of 72 traidores a la patria; request for help in exclusion from the list; treatment of landowners. Addressed to Medinas No. 20.
7736 Cueva, Ramón de la. Paris, ALS. July 26, 1867.
2 l. 11 × 16 cm.
Sight- seeing with Pancho Iturbe; meeting in Hacienda de la Asunción; meeting with Terreros; Juan Rincón; Ignacio; Pedro; San Román; meeting with Siliceo and El negrito Delgado; illness of Manuel Pérez Palacios; his brother-in-law Hilario Elguero; medicinal baths in Spain; business opportunity examined in Spain; search for “la casa q. V. vivio en Portaceli”; Lupe; Josefina; Isabelita; Martínez de la Torre; Godoy; Barreiro; Vicente el chico; Martínez de Castro; Sra. Baz.
7737 Godoy, José María. LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Hacienda de Cuamatla. JMG. July 28, 1867.
Intestinal trouble and anemia; death of Antonia; article published in El Globo on Traición y traidores; need for true justice.
7738 Cueva, Ramón de la. Paris, ALS. July 30, 1867.
2 l. 11 × 16 cm.
Receipt of description of defense of Maximilian at personal risk; hope for withdrawal of Vicente from military affairs; help given Belgians by Vicente; Martínez; Eulalio; age 61; danger of lung trouble in Paris; Gregorio; Félix Cuevas; Martínez de la Torre; Fermín; Carlos.
7739 _____. [Carta a Carlos Haghembeck.] Paris, ALS. July 31, 1867.
1 l. 11 × 16 cm.
Business opportunity to be explained by nephew Fermín; approval of Riva Palacio; Refugito; siege of capital by General Díaz.
7740 Martínez de Castro, Antonio. LS. July 31, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Settlement of title by Fermín; payment of taxes.
7741 Campa, Nicolás. Querétaro, ALS. August 10, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for help in trial of General José María Magaña; hope for sentence of exile or imprisonment; non-political background; family needs; report to Lupe on experiences during siege.
7742 Guarneros, Cristóbal. Chalco, LS. September 2, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Opposition to removal of General Feliciano Chavarría as Jefe Político and Comandante Militar; his popularity; request for help.
7743 Castro de M[ejía,] Agustina. LS. September 3, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Promise of José [María Riva Palacio] during siege of Querétaro to save some personal property of General Tomás Mejía for her; inability to reach General Vicente Riva Palacio; request for help; No. 2 del Cuadrante de Santa Cruz.
7744 Martínez de la Torre, R[afael]. ALS. September 5, 1867.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Meeting between President and Vice-Almirante; change in meeting time.
7745 Mora y Villamil, Ignacio de. Prisión de la ex-Enseñanza, LS. September 7, 1867.
16 × 21 cm.
Transfer from Santa Brígida; recognition as facultativo sent by the Ministerio.
7746 Díaz, Porfirio. Mexico, LS. September 10, 1867.
1 l. 13 × 22 cm.
Receipt of letter delivered by Rondero.
7747 Cueva, Ramón de la. Paris, ALS. September 14, 1867.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Notary's license received from Andrés Quintana, Minister of Gómez Farías; desire to return; return of Lucio, Ortega, Román, and Pe. Davis on the French Packet boat in October; improvement of Manuel Pérez Palacios; possible return of Terreros and Pancho Iturbe; lung trouble in winter feared by Elguero; Lupe; Isabelita Barrera; end of las crinolinas; short skirts in fashion; Godoy. Note on answer: Refraction at El Fresnillo and Puertecito; payment of fine; amnesty; if refused, to be taken up with Congress.
7748 Campero, M. A. ALS. September 15, 1867.
1 l. 13 × 22 cm.
Confinement in Otumba instead of hacienda; report to Governor and Prefecto.
7749 Pérez, Víctor. ALS. September 18, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request to Ministerio de la Guerra for sentence of prison to be reduced to confinement in Texcoco; influence of Mejía.
7750 Rodríguez, Mariano. ALS. September 18, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Offer of administration of haciendas of Isidoro de la Torre, now in Ixtlahuaca; offer from Cañedo, now sub-prefecto and Comandante militar; damage to house.
7751 Campero, M. A. ALS. September 20, 1867.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrangements made by Amezarri with Comandancia de la Prefectura de Otumba suspended; appeal to M. Rosas and Baz; arrangements for fine made with Iglesias; need for proof of non-participation in the Imperial Government; request for certificate.
7752 Campa, Nicolás. Querétaro, ALS. September 25, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Physical damage and personal demands suffered by the city; Cerro de las Campanas; forced participation in welcome to Republican troops; need to support army guarding prisoners; summary justice; privations of school teachers; $9,000 spent on uniforms for troops, furniture for palacio, and more on a dance September 16; costs of Circo Charini; approaching elections; meeting of Liberal leaders; Cervantes desired by Secretario, a lawyer, doctor, and Prefecto Político for governor; troops sent to the mountains, to Cadereyta, to homes, and to San Juan del Río; validity of elections to be passed on by Gobierno General; preference for Vázquez or General Bustamante; school duties.
7753 Marroquín, Joaquín. ALS. September 26, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Suffering caused by new government; support of independance in 1821; support of Iturbide's Empire and succeeding governments; retirement after peace with the North Americans; desperate condition of capital after withdrawal of Juárez without a fight; appointment of Junta de Notables; selection to represent State of Tabasco; Regimental duties in Tabasco in 1832; duties in Chiapas; Herrera; loss of pension; request for aid; Lic. Eufemio Mendoza, No. 3, Calle del Factor.
7754 Pedro, Obispo de San Luis Potosí. Mexico, LS. September 28, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Study of proceedings in trial of Maximilian; praise for work of Riva Palacio, Martínez de la Torre, Ortega, and Vázquez.
7755 Santa Cruz, B[ernabé] de. Chalco, ALS. September 29, 1867.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Illness contracted in rain returning from Puebla; pills purchased in Ayotla.
7756 Mañón, José Ignacio. Toluca, LS. September, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Formation of Junta Directiva for Monte Pío to include writer, Joaquín Estévez, and Pascual González Gordillo; experience of Riva Palacio in establishing first Monte Pío and Caja de Ahorros; Monte Pío founded in 1851, $10,000 capital, under direction of José María Arnaldo; robbery suffered in 1852; new director José María Ballesteros until death in 1854, succeeded by brother Francisco; directorship assumed by Epigmenio Cárdenas in 1864; new robbery on August 13; moderate success of the Caja de Ahorros under presidency of Manuel de la Sota Riva.
7757 Rivera y Río, J. ALS. October 1, 1867.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request for copy of the Memorandum on trial of Maximilian.
7758 Ansoátegui, Domingo de. No. 3, Calle de Tiburcio, Mexico, ALS. October 2, 1867.
1 l. 13 × 22 cm.
Request for two copies of the defense of Maximilian prepared with aid of Martínez de la Torre; plan to send copies to Government of Colombia and other South American countries; travel via Veracruz; second printing not complete.
7759 Guarneros, Cristóbal. [Carta a Manuel Riva.] Chalco, LS. October 2, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for meeting of the Junta patriótica, of which Manuel is president.
7760 Campa, Nicolás. Querétaro, ALS. October 3, 1867.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Activity of the Cervantistas in political field; telegram; arrest of influential citizen in San Juan del Río for trial in capital; legal protection for doctors; local indignation.
7761 Campero, M. A. Soapayuca. ALS. October 3, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Tagle in Otumba; sentences passed on others; permits to remain at home; use of railway; friends left in prison in Enseñanza.
7762 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Tepotzotlán, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 6, 1867.
Election of Manuel Terreros to the Congreso de la Unión in Zumpango over Lic. Sánchez Solís; Gabriel Islas elected substitute; nomination acknowledged; illness.
7763 Tinoco, Cipriano. Santa Catarina, LS. October 8, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter from Tagle; elections in Otumba; Montes elected to Majestrado; Espejel y Blanca elected Deputy from present post as Prefecto de Texcoco; Pepe Tablada substitute; Terreros elected in Zumpango with Gabriel María Islas substitute.
7764 Sota Riva, Manuel de la. Toluca, LS. 3 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 8, 1867.
Burglary of Monte Pío in August; replacement by Ignacio Mañón; reduced funds on departure of Francisco Ballesteros; replacement by Epigmenio Cárdenas; record of accounts. Has note on answer, October 12: delivery by Laso de la Vega; Toluca.
7765 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Tepotzotlán, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 10, 1867.
Elections in Zumpango; results sent with Barajas; President of Suprema Corte de Justicia; regular delivery of newspapers; Deputies for Tlalnepantla.
7766 Quintana, León L. Medina, ALS. October 11, 1867.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Marriage with Lucila de Velasco y Rueda; reports on the hacienda by Castañeda and Linares; plan to return postponed; recovery of public order; embarcation in San Nazario, France, or in Cádiz; Escudero and Cueva; reports of excesses committed in Mexico against citizens and foreigners; sympathy of Spanish.
7767 _____. Medina, ALS. October 11, 1867.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Warnings received of a possible difficult time on return because of dealings with French; advice requested; letter to go to Havana, in care of Domingo Martínez y Cortés and to I. Galainena y Cía. in Veracruz. Has note on answer.
7768 CUERPO ELECTORAL. Ixtlahuaca, Signed Ramón Martínez (President), Manuel Fernández, Antonio Chimal, and Antonio Escamilla. October 14, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Copy of election returns for state governor; Mariano Riva Palacio elected over Germán Contreras and Telésforo Tuñón Cañedo. Other voting members; Agustín Huidobro, Julián Copado, Domingo Armenta, Jesús del Valle, Eulalio Amaro, Antonio Galán, Gonzalo Nava, Jesús Rosas, Rafael Munguía, Juan García, Agustín Caballero, Guillermo García, Francisco Contreras, Silvestre Alcántara, Anacleto Sánchez, Luis G. Ordóñez, José María Sánchez, Domingo Chimal, Ramón Carmona, Jesús García, Joaquín Amat, José Fabela, Anacleto Sánchez (2nd), Pedro Arzate, Mariano Díaz, Jesús E. Lefort, Cesario Sandoval, J. Antonio Cisneros, Julián Posadas, Crispín Rubio, Jesús, Gálvez, Francisco Guadarrama, Pedro Vázquez, Lonjinos Vieira, Guillermo García (2nd), Manuel Ocaña, José María Rojas, Eulalio Ugalde, Rafael García, Eulogio Garduño, Antonio A. Caballero, Alejo Marguina, Gregorio Arriaga, Vicente Sánchez, Cosme Barrientos, José María Reyes Jiménez, Simón Dávila, Marcial Murguía, Juan Mendoza, José María Nieto; J. Velasco y Mondragón, José María García, José María Monroy, Ignacio Bueno, Eutimio Martínez, José María Velázquez, J. de la Luz Esquivel, Vicente Becerril Rubio, Mateo Pineda, Alvino Flores, Vicente Estévez, Felipe Velázquez, Antonio Garduño, Pedro Contreras, Luis Albarrán, Ignacio Bernal, Benito Bernal, José María Castillo, and Joaquín Montes de Oca.
7769 Campa, Nicolás. Querétaro, ALS. October 14, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrest of Vicente Licea; conduct during siege confined to making notes on events for use in future histories; preservation of body of Maximilian; request for help.
7770 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Tepotzotlán, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 15, 1867.
Results of election in Zumpango: Trinidad Hurtado to be Diputado propietario, with Manuel María Arévalo substitute; Lic. Antonio Tagle to be Governor.
7771 [Sánchez,] Atilano. LS. October 19, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Riva Palacio's responsibility for Archives of Bassoco; offer of son José's house to store the archives; Lucio Padilla; Residence in San Cosme; copies of will of Sra. Castañiza held by Bocanegra in care of José del Villar; request for its return.
7772 Choperena, Marciano. Zumpango, ALS. October 19, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Election of Manuel Terreros as Deputy; Lic. Pedro Choperena; request for transmittal to Terreros.
7773 Diaz de la Vega, M. Perote, ALS. October 20, 1867.
6 l. 21 × 27 cm. 1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Meeting during construction of bridge during siege to allow Riva Palacio to enter enemy territory; service without political preference in war with North Americans and with Indians of Yucatán; retirement after Plan de Ayutla; escape from dissidents at Puebla; service in government of Miramón and Zuloaga; disaster of Calpulalpan and success of González Ortega; persecution by constitutionalists; Law of July 14 leading to the Triple Alliance; return to service under the Regency; mission to destroy outlaw band in Tabasco; dislike of French and refusal to serve until their departure; assignment to aid in defense of the capital; entry into the Ciudadela June 21 and surrender to Alatorre; General Tabera in Terceros(?); foreigners concentrated in San Pedro, San Pablo, and the Palacio; Batallón de inválidos; General Piña and Colonel Arrieta in the Ciudadela; permit of Díaz to return home for 15 days, then to report to Santa Brígida; imprisonment; confinement in Perote; past service in Comandancia general de San Luis Potosí; hands-off policy on public funds; objections to leva; Barrios de San Cosme, Santa María, and Arquitectos; training needed by recruits; parley with enemy at Chapultepec June 20; Imperial Army of 7,000 supported by organization of 2,000 foreigners and 2,000 unarmed recruits; defenses weakened by withdrawal of foreigners; junta de guerra; writer sent with Piña and General Palafox to parley with General Díaz; imprisonment of Emperor; dissolution of Ministry; reports from Querétaro; support of General Cosío; departure of Palafox for Nonoalco; fluctuating service of General Vicente Rosas Landa with Primera Divisional territorial, with General Santa Anna, with Comonfort, with Juárez, and with the Emperor; inconsistancy of punishments; General Márquez. Includes draft of answer, suggesting designation of an agent who could bring the complaints to his attention in proper order.
7774 Quintana, León L. Medina, October 24, 1867.
1 l. 13 × 27 cm.
Plan to embark at Cádiz in November with wife and nephew; letters from Pedro in Paris; Pedro [Escudero's] plan to go to Seville; cost of living in Paris; letter to Veracruz and Havana invited; Castañeda; Orizaba.
7775 Martínez de la Cueva, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. Also signed by Albino Magaña. October 24, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Notice of election for Gobernador Constitucional, State of Mexico; notice to be sent to Soto Pastr[ama?].
7776 Cueva, Ramón de la. Paris, ALS. October 30, 1867.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Notice received on safety in returning to Mexico; plan to visit Rome suspended on receipt of news of cholera; Garibaldi; uprisings reported; Napoleon's orders to re-occupy Rome and maintain order; Toulouse; illness of Hilario Elguero; removal to Seville recommended by doctors; brother Pedro; bet with Villamil; Godoy; Barajitas; Perico Escudero; Fermín.
7777 Ruiz, Antonio. LS. October, 1867.
3 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Service of father in Administración de Rentas, State of Mexico; employment in Cuernavaca, Cuautla, Yautepec, and Tenancingo; beginning of employment in 1851; Cuautla de Morelos; service under Governor of 3rd District Agustín Cruz as Visitador de Aduanas; service under the Empire with Joaquín Noriega as Administrador de Rentas in Yautepec; removal to Cuernavaca; request for aid in finding employment. Includes copy of recommendation:
a. Juan Francisco G. Lamadrid, Visitador Imperial del Departmento de Iturbide: [Certificado.] Yautepec, Copy. 1 l. f. 3-3v. Congratulations on the good order of the official records; recommendation for Antonio Ruiz. November 7, 1866.
7778 Sort, J[osé]. Yautepec, ALS. November 2, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Election of Riva Palacio as Governor predicted.
7779 Riva Palacio, Mariano and Ramón Terreros. [Contrato.] Mexico, Copy. November 6, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrangements with Lic. Javier Cervantes, representing owner Rafael Cervantes, for rent of house, No. 14, Calle de Tacuba at $83 per month. Bond set by Ramón Terreros.
7780 DEPARTAMENTO DE GOBERNACIÓN. Mexico, Signed: [Sebastián] Lerdo de Tejada. 1 l. 22 × 32 cm. Stamped letterhead. November 7, 1867.
Presidential approval for return of Ramón de la Cueva; permit to practice his profession but not to hold public office; payment of fine. By-line: Independencia y Libertad.
7781 _____. [Oficio a Ramón de la Cueva.] Mexico, Signed: Lerdo de Tejada. 1 l. 21 × 32 cm. Stamped letterhead. November 7, 1867.
Copy of letter sent to Riva Palacio [No. 7780].
7782 Campos, M[aximiliano]. Jalpa, ALS. November 7, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Crops damaged by rain; contribution to the Guardia Rural; support of Jefe político; Manuel.
7783 Cueva, Ramón de la. Paris, ALS. November 9, 1867.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Trip to Rome delayed by cholera and danger of war between France and Italy; both armies in Pontifical States; Victor Emmanuel; influence of Garibaldi on the Papacy; Luisa; request for loan of $1500 pesos via Félix Cuevas and Iturbe; Arango; surprise at large number of Mexicans living in Europe; departure of Pedro for Seville; his usefulness in field of Agriculture; Rosas; Lupe; Josefina; Godoy; Vicente; San Antonio (Hacienda?).
7784 Llanos, M. J. de. Compañía del Real del Monte, Secretaría, Mexico, ALS. November 18, 1867.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Call for meeting of stockholders inssued by Junta Directiva; Calle del Espíritu Santo; letter meant for Manuel Terreros.
7785 Velazquez, J. Francisco. Toluca, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design: BATH. November 18, 1867.
Gradual gathering of deputies; arrival of deputy from Ixmiquilpan; substitute for Montiel; need for quorum. Addressed to Ceferino Barajas, Calle de Tacuba No. 14.
7786 _____. Toluca, ALS. November 19, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Quorum for legislature in doubt; deputies from Otumba and Second District not expected to attend unless they can determine election of governor; Congreso de la Unión; Barajas.
7787 _____. Toluca, ALS. November 21, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Absence of deputies from Second District; absence of Hurtado of Zumpango; arrival of Zúñiga and Valle; lack of quorum for Junta; recommendation for Guillermo González; letter to Cruz; death of Eugenio Barreiro. Addressed to Ceferino Barajas.
7788 _____. Toluca, ALS. November 22, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting of Junta Preparatoria; appointment of committees; examination of credentials; Legislature to meet; Guillermo González; Ceferino Barajas.
7789 _____. Toluca, ALS. November 25, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Opening of sessions of Legislature; letter from Riva Palacio read to group; agreement of Soto and Martínez de la Concha; disagreement of 2nd District; equal strength of Unionistas and Separatistas; question of election of governor; qualifications for members of Superior Tribunal; Barajas.
7790 _____. Toluca, ALS. November 26, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Election of governor in balance; report of Guillermo González; request for Rovalo to attend and use influence on Deputy from Jonacate; deputy from Cuautitlán in question.
7791 _____. Toluca, ALS. November 28, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Returns from Otumba and Tla[l]nepantla in question; Riva Palacio and Martínez de la Concha leading contenders for governor. Includes list of deputies attending sessions: President Ignacio Peña y Ramírez of Ixmiquilpan, Navarro for Tenango, Hurtado for Zumpango, Francisco Pérez for Otumba, Alcántara for Jilotepeque, José María for Toluca, Carlos Mejía for Toluca, Emelio Zúñiga for Texcoco, Carabajal for Tulancingo, Felipe Pérez Soto for Tulancingo, Vicente Dorantes for Huichapa[n], Rafael del Valle for Cuernavaca, General Joaquín Martínez for Zacualtipán, Jesús Romo for Toluca, Guillermo González for Ixtlahuaca, José Francisco Velázquez for Chalco, Necoechea for Cuernavaca, and Alberto García for Sultepeque.
7792 Robles [Pezuela], L[uis]. Paris, ALS. November 28, 1867.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Return of Ramón de la Cueva; surfeit of politics; search for things useful for Mexico; visits to Conservatory and Children's school; plan to go to New York and California to practice profession; request for advice on possible return; Godoy; 59 Rue de Provence.
7793 Pacheco, Francisco. Cuernavaca, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: DPH&C. December 1, 1867.
Governorship refused by Riva Palacio; impossibility of settling for Soto or Martínez de la Concha; possible promotion of General Leyva to be governor lamented; request for reconsideration.
7794 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Toluca, ALS. December 13, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Trip to El Mayorazgo with Guillermo González; departure of Rovalo to see Riva Palacio.
7795 Pacheco, Francisco. Morelos, ALS. December 14, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for Riva Palacio to accept governorship; summary of previous terms; unhappiness of the Comonfort period and its need for military men; separatism favored.
7796 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Toluca, ALS. December 16, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Election of Soto for governor; agreement with the Conchitas; Martínez de la Concha; political maneuvers; Sotistas; motion to divide the state defeated; withdrawal of Riva Palacio's candidacy; Necoechea; Rovalo; Barrón; new vote for governor scheduled.
7797 Heras, Sebastián. Mexico, ALS. December 16, 1867.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Past services in Instituto de Toluca as French instructor; position in Colegio Civil del Estado de Michoacán as English instructor; position ended when Márquez captured Morelia; request for help in finding position as French or English instructor in a college; address: No. 7, Calle de los Migueles.
7798 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Toluca, ALS. December 19, 1867.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Final election of Martínez de la Concha as governor; petition of Sotistas for Congreso de la Nación to take up division of the state.
7799 [Sánchez,] Atilano. LS. December 21, 1867.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Candidacy of Riva Palacio for presidency of the Ayuntamiento; favorable reports in newspapers; support given for presidency of the Republic in the past.
7800 Reyes, M. Secretaría, Compañía Lancasteriana de México, Mexico, LS. 1 l. 22 × 31 cm. Embossed letterhead. December 26, 1867.
Attendance of President of the Republic at distribution of prizes to students; meeting in “Circo de Chiarini.”
7801 GOBIERNO DEL DISTRITO FEDERAL. Mexico, Signed: Juan J. Baz. 1 l. 21 × 32 cm. Embossed letterhead. December 30, 1867.
Election of Riva Palacio as Regidor Primero of the Ayuntamiento; meeting announced. Corner missing.
7802 Martínez de la Concha, José María. Toluca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Corner missing. December 31, 1867.
Notice of election as governor; assumption of office not possible lacking quorum of legislature; inability of secretaries to perform tasks; possibility of leaving the office; danger of more civil war; uprising involving the Guardia Nacional; request for support.

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