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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents Note

Arrangement

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Año de 1870

The Benson Latin American Collection

Mariano Riva Palacio Collection:

Part 14, 1870



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 14 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 14: 1870 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 1870

8370 García Torres, Jesús. Coatepec Harinas, ALS. January 1, 1870.
1 l. 19 × 24 cm.
Difficulty in collecting Contribución personal and alcabala because of different system in Guerrero State; bandits in Zacualpan; need for government post near Hacienda de Ojo de Agua to watch imports of brandy, sugar, from Morelos State.
8371 Trejo, Eduardo. Texcoco, ALS. January 1, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Resignation; Lozano.
8372 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, Telegram. January 1, 1870.
1 l. 14 × 23 cm.
Federal authorization for 4,000 increase in strength of Guardia Nacional; revolution in San Luis.
8373 _____. Mexico, LS. January 1, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 20 cm.
Report of Prefecto de Zumpango; Indian uprising in Mezquital; pursuit of Islas and Domínguez near Tezontepec; Ka[mp]fner; Villagrán; Pachuca; destruction of Antonio Noriega's band; Atitalaquia; Tula; San Luis troops at Apan; San Luis uprising; Guardia Nacional increased; defeat and death of Ávalos near Matamoros Izúcar; Rancho de los Amates.
8374 Sánchez Solís, Felipe. Mexico, LS. January 2, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Appointment of Lic. Portillo Juez de Zacualpan; inability of Alcaraz to obtain equipment for the colleges; Cipriano.
8375 López, Juan F. Tlalmanalco, ALS. January 2, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Revolutions in Puebla and Morelos; danger to Chalco; need to raise larger force of gendarmes; meeting of merchants and hacendados; pay of rurales; conspiracy under surveillance; “movimiento comunista” among the Indians; Ayuntamiento elections lost by the Indians; Berriozábal.
8376 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Mexico, LS. January 3, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting of merchants and hacendados in Chalco; watch maintained over Ixtapaluca, Tlalmanalco, Chalco, Ayotzingo, Temamatla, Cocotitlán, Tenango, and Ameca, Ozumba, Juchi, and Tepetlixpa; Juan Francisco; increase in gendarmes and rurales; Spaniard Sordo kidnapped; corn planting; Archcofradía; Soto; mortgage at Hacienda de Santa Rita; Sra. Ortuño.
8377 Espinosa, Rafael. Tenancingo, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed as in No. 7886. January 4, 1870.
Ignacio Guerrero; Hacienda de los Morales; Monte; attack on town of San Pedro, Tenango District, destruction of water pipes; theft of cattle.
8378 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo ALS. January 4, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Pursuit of band at El Pedregal, near Ocuilan, by Major Muñoz; request for funds via Benito Sánchez and Pando.
8379 Marín, José. Mexico, ALS. January 4, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Appointment as Jefe político of Cuautitlán; Pérez Tejada; Barrera.
8380 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. January 4, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Release of Núñez to the Gendarmerie.
8381 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. January 5, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Quarrel between leasor of Hacienda de los Morales and Hacienda de Monte Pozo and the citizens of Zictepec; Tenango; return of Major Muñoz; request Zictepec inhabitants be forced to replace the canoes they destroyed.
8382 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro A. Mexico, LS. January 5, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Effort of cuadrillas de San Nicolás and Santa Catarina to become towns; aid refused; opposite side represented by “hermano Yáñez”; request by Manuel Reyes “el joven”; involvement of Díaz González.
8383 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed monogram. January 6, 1870.
Junta de autoridades y hacendados; their objection to local personnel in militia; “guerra del comunismo”; tactics of Sheridan recommended; hacendados compared to “el hidalgo de La Mancha”; travel to Zumpango; Juan Francisco; increase in pay asked by troops; plot against Sordo traced to Atlixco and Ameca; pursuit in Ozumba; Chalco cleared of dissidents; bad news from Atlixco, Jonacatepec, and Morelos; murders by bandits in Jonacatepec.
8384 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. January 6, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Plan for road via Zumpahuacán, San Pablo, and San Gaspar to Tierra Caliente; repairs to bridge at Chalchihuapa; request for approval.
8385 Reguera, N. Toluca, ALS. January 6, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrival from Tlalmanalco on foot; Mezón de San José; road from La Calavera to Ozumba; loss of horse and uniform; request for $10; plan to continue to Mexico to request financial aid.
8386 [Riva Palacio,] Mariano. [Carta a Vicente Riva Palacio.] Toluca, LS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed monogram. January 7, 1870.
Meeting with Miguel González; purchase of uniforms; pronunciamiento of Diputado Romo at Hacienda de Tultenango, calling himself “General en Jefe de las fuerzas constitucionales del Estado...de México.” Reference to Josefina; Chente; Poncho.
8387 Guerra [Manzanares], Mariano. Otumba, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Rolland Frères, Bordeaux. January 8, 1870.
Promise to perform his duties at the Instituto del Estado.
8388 Herrera, Juan B. Mexico, ALS. January 8, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request for intervention with General Figueroa for release of Román Peñúñuri; capture by bandits at Puebla; brother Manuel and sister Carmelita; Martínez; Lerdo; inventory of books; Nicolás; Cuamatla.
8389 Peñúñuri de Godoy, Carmen. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. January 8, 1870.
Capture of brother Román by General Figueroa near Matamoros; Juan Herrera; recuperation from wound in Puebla; second brother's position as army veterinarian; danger of execution of Román.
8390 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Tepotzotlán, 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. January 8, 1870.
Order of Governor of Hidalgo for end to case against Temoaya; Administrador de Rentas de Actopan; instructions to Viniegra; Tagle; Cruz; bandits on road to San Javier, pursued by Villagrán.
8391 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed D.P.H. & C. January 8, 1870.
Funds for primary instruction; trial of Crescencio Fragoso by Juez Zubieta; repairs to jail; Architect Franco; use of personal salary for education; Nolasco; bail suggested for Fragoso.
8392 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Zumpango, ALS. January 9, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Review of state of readiness for police action; “reglamento de rondas reformado”; Nolasco; meeting with Jefes políticos in Tlalnepantla and Cuautitlán; use of Remihtom (Remington?) rifles; rumors of death of Santillán; includes signed note by N. Cruz reporting bandits chased into Hidalgo State.
8393 Cañedo, Nicolás T. Tlalmanalco, LS. January 9, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Manuel Sordo abducted at “El pulpito del diablo” near Tlalmanalco and carried to Atlixco in Puebla by Vicente Saldaña, Macario Lima, Apolonio Ruiz, and “Pico de Oro”; return from Otumba; capture and death of Vicente Saldaña between Tepetlixpa and Ozumba; capture of Juan Castillo, his escape, apprehension, and death; search for Macario Lima.
8394 Sheridan, C[arlos] O. Texcoco, ALS. January 9, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Discovery of plot to attack Hacienda de Chapingo in connection with other incidents in Chalco and San Juan de los Llanos; guard over jail; arrival of Colonel Loera en route to Otumba; meeting of dissidents at Tierra Blanca, near Río Frío; usefulness of Guardia Nacional.
8395 López, Juan F. Tlalmanalco, ALS. January 9, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Organization of veintenas; Berriozábal; Cañedo; Sordo; law on secondary instruction; funds for schools; Flores.
8396 Rozas, Manuel de. Mexico, LS. January 9, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of shipment of cloth; prices of cloth; tax on the shipment; Arroyozarco; Administrador de Rentas de Jilotepec. Includes note by Riva Palacio on previous arrangements made for use of the cloth.
8397 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. January 10, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Bandit threat to Texcoco; Colonel Loera sent from Apam; Cuerpo de San Luis's return from Veracruz via Puebla, Venta Nueva, and Texcoco.
8398 Limón, Francisco. (Teresdivi?) ALS. January 10, 1870.
2 l. 16.5 × 22 cm.
Departure as ordered; José Esquibel.
8399 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. January 10, 1870.
1 l. 22 × 27 cm.
Effort of Romo to join García in Montañas de las Cruces; travel to La Melera, Municipalidad de Temoaya; San Bartolomé Otzolotepec; meeting with Garduño at Jajalpa; request for rifles and ammunition.
8400 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. January 11, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting of authorities and hacendados; organization of Seguridad Pública; Colonel Cañedo.
8401 _____. Zumpango, ALS. January 11, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Danger from bandit activity; pursuit of bandits by troops of Hidalgo State; use of Gendarmes.
8402 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Cuautitlán, ALS. January 13, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Fears of Sheridan derided; need for strong Jefe político in Texcoco; Otumba; Loera; Tierra Blanca; praise for hacendados of Zumpango and Cuautitlán; Tlalnepantla; use of Gendarmerie.
8403 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. January 13, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Romo and Plata identified at Hacienda de Mayorazgo and Hacienda de San Nicolás Peralta; Garduño's troops from Jajalpa misled to Lomas de Amomoluco and El Pedregal de Santiago Tianguistenco; Juan García; Ocuilan; Lomas de Temoaya; horse taken from arriero near Hacienda de Santa Catarina.
8404 Cañedo, Nicolás T. Texco[co], ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed as in No. 7886. January 13, 1870.
Reports of secret police of uprising at Texcoco; warning by Sheridan and Loera; arrival with troops from Chalco; plan discovered of Mariano Pis, Ignacio Guevara, and Anastacio Torrescano to abduct Miguel Uribe; arrest of Torrescano and Guevara; La Blanca; Cruz and Pis sought in San Cristóbal; pronunciamiento de Jesús Romo.
8405 Mexía, Enrique A. Mexico, ALS. January 14, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for signed certificate by Riva Palacio for use of American Legation in case of “la renta fraudulenta” by “Moseley de Texas”; papers carried by Sánchez Solís; departure for the United States to handle Mexican claims; claims involving land in Texas. Includes note on return of papers signed: witnesses, José del Villar y Marticonena (Escribano) and Secretario del Gobierno Fuentes Muñiz, as well as Rivera Melo; sale of land to “compadre Mexia”; falsity of Moseley's claim to sale of Texas land.
8406 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Cuautitlán, ALS. January 14, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Differences with Jefe político Sheridan minimized; peaceful reports from Texcoco, Chalco, and Otumba; stagecoach robbed near Tula; Cruz; favorable report on troops at Zumpango; funds needed.
8407 Sheridan, C[arlos] O. Texcoco, ALS. January 14, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Defense of his estimate of the situation; need for vigilance of the Gendarmerie; experience in Jilotepec without use of Guardia Nacional.
8408 Albarrán, Pedro A. Tem[]a, LS. January 14, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Plaza occupied by Jesús Chávez; withdrawal because of wounds; collection of militia at Las Cruces; pursuit near Tejupilco; money needed for troops.
8409 Limón, Francisco. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. January 14, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Pause in route to Jiquipilco and Temoaya in pursuit of Plata, Romo, and Juan García; Zitácuaro; Tierra quemada; rumor of uprising in Real del Oro brought by Pancho Contreras; horses and replacement of equipment needed; suffering caused by cold weather; Cejudo, Jefe político de Lerma.
8410 Albarrán, Pedro A. Temascaltepec, ALS. January 16, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of report on attack by Juan Chávez; Mariano Muñoz; search in Tenería; Chávez located in Tejupilco.
8411 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Mexico, ALS. January 16, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Departure from Tlalnepantla with Cruz; troops from Cuautitlán; agreement with hacendados of Tlalnepantla; criticism of hacendados in Chalco, especially Gachenda de Ulibarri; agreement of Berriozábal; meeting with Mejía and Loera; Nicolás; Escalona; Las Cruces; need for troops at Ocuilan, Temoaya, and Tenango and Lerma; Peace in Chalco; need for money.
8412 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. January 16, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting with Colonel Limón at Hacienda de San Nicolás Peralta; meeting of Romo and García east of Santiago Tianquistenco; departure of Garduño with Escuadrón Mercado.
8413 Gómez, Juan. Tenango, LS. January 17, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Municipal José Arias of Chapultepec impressed into service by Colonel Limón for refusing to furnish soldiers; armed men reported near Zictepec and Zepayautla; aid from Muñoz in Tenancingo; Romo's refuge in the Sierra; pursuit by Limón.
8414 Funes, Rafael. Mexico, LS. January 18, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Federal force requested by Berriozábal to operate around Chalco, isolating Cuautla; pronunciamiento in Cuautla; with sympathizers in Ameca and Chalco.
8415 [Riva Palacio,] Mariano. [Carta a Vicente Riva Palacio.] Toluca, LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed monogram. January 18, 1870.
Defeat and death of Romo at Monte del Veladero at hands of Limón; sympathy sent to his mother; Josefina; Lupe.
8416 Limón, Francisco. Hacienda del Veladero, LS. January 18, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting with bandits at Los Órganos; death of Romo and Barragán; escape of Abraham Plata and Juan García; citation for Lieutenant Colonel Garduño.
8417 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Chalco, ALS. January 19, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival in Texcoco; review of equipment of Gendarmes; supply of horses; dissatisfaction with Chalco's defense; meeting with Berriozábal, Juan Francisco, and Nicolás at La Asunción; pronunciamiento in Cuautla denied; cry [UNK] Viva Cuernavaca! used by inebriates; Sordo in Atlixco.
8418 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. January 19, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Fight between pronunciados and General Rocha; capture of munitions; Limón; Romo.
8419 _____. Mexico, LS. January 19, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Pronunciamiento in Cuautla denied by Cañedo; concern over Chalco; General Luis P. Figueroa ordered to watch Matamoros Izúcar, Chautla (Cuautla?) and the line between Puebla and Morelos.
8420 [Labastida,] Pelagio Antonio, Arzobispo de México. Rome, LS. January 21, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Appreciation of efforts to gather money for the templete for the church being built [in Toluca?]; hope to return.
8421 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: D.P.H. & C. January 21, 1870.
Receipt of instructions; Presidente municipal de Huixquilucan; Cruz; evacuation of Cuautitlán and Zumpango; the Guardia Nacional; defeat of Romo.
8422 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Otumba, ALS. January 21, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Message from Sheridan; conditions in Chalco and Texcoco; danger from frontiers of Puebla and Morelos; Nicolás; patrols along the Cordillera de los volcanes from Venta de Córdoba to Ozumba and Otumba to Tenango; Ixtapaluca; Ulibarri; Major Carranza; use of Gendarmes; Cruz; Romo.
8423 Cañedo, Nicolás T. Tlalmanalco, ALS. January 22, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Disproved rumors of uprisings in Morelos, Chalco, Tlalmanalco, and Amecameca; search of Rancho de Tecomaxusco for reported arms; Sheridan; Romo, capture of Guevara and Torrescano.
8424 López, Juan F. Tlalmanalco, ALS. January 23, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Capture of Macario Lima; absence of Funes, Berriozábal, and the Cañedos; Morelos; rumors of uprisings invented to raise contributions; delay in sending reports needed for opening of new Legislature; disorganization in Ramo de Terrenos.
8425 Cañedo, Nicolás T. Amecameca, ALS. January 25, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Reports of siege in Plaza of Morelos; gunfire at Cuautlixco; report sent to Tepetlixpa and Juchi; need for ammunition.
8426 Cruz, N[olasco]. Santiago Tlax[c]ala, ALS. January 25, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Reconnaissance of area; peaceful conditions reported; Nuñ[ez]; use of gendarmes; report to Verdiguel.
8427 Limón, Francisco. Almoloya, LS. January 25, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
City at peace; report on Chávez; Municipalidad de Amatepec; Tejupilco.
8428 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Mexico, LS. January 25, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Horses furnished the Gendarmerie; weapons from the Ministro de la Guerra; Campbell carbines; arming of Chalco District; Juan Francisco; Cañedo; Nicolás; surrender of Cuautla to Visoso; Figueroa to pursue rebels; Matamoros; approach of the Legión del Norte; 200 men and artillery lost by Rocha on the 18th; approach of Corella from Ciudad Victoria with 600 men; Escobedo in Jaral; troops from Aguascalientes, Guanajuato, and Querétaro to march on San Luis; Sãnchez Solís; opening of the College.
8429 Sheridan, C[arlos] O. Texcoco, ALS. January 26, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Troops under Major Carranza sent to Chalco; telegram to Berriozábal; Otumba invaded by a “gavilla de comunistas” 600 strong; local fair sparsely attended; prohibition of gambling; discontent of Ayuntamiento; loss of revenue from fines.
8430 Limón, Francisco. Almoloya, LS. January 26, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Departure for Tejupilco to prevent participation in the Chalco rebellion; Alcalde Municipal José H. López left in charge.
8431 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. January 26, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Use of Ley de facultades; recruiting drive.
8432 Cañedo, Nicolás T. Ozumba, ALS. January 27, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Eye-witness account of attack on Morelos by Lucas Urrutia; cry of “[UNK] Viva D. Porfirio Díaz!”; defense by Guardia Nacional; recruiting by rebels; withdrawal to Jonacatepec; pursuit by General Leiva and Colonel Figueroa; arrival of General Cuéllar; bandits Juan Ríos and Antonio Carreón caught at Ayapango and Tenango; José Palma, escapee from Ayotla jail; participation in attack on Sordo and in recruiting with Julio López; reconnaissance of Monte de Juchi; Juan Francisco; Berriozábal; entry of “Comunista” Domínguez in Otumba District.
8433 Limón, Francisco. Tejupilco, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed as in No. 7886. January 27, 1870.
Arrival at Hacienda de la Tenería, District of Temascaltepec, from Almoloya. Withdrawal of Jefe político from Tejupilco; collection of troops and return to the city; withdrawal of rebels.
8434 Zubieta, José. Tlalnepantla, ALS. January 27, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Suit between Hacienda de Tetla and citizens of Coyotepec; delay explained; request for leave.
8435 Leyva, F[rancisco] de. Cuautla, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed monogram. January 29, 1870.
Meeting of rebels Caldera, Felipe Castro, Crecenciano, Parías, and attack on the Plaza; attack on Jefe Político General Fandiño in the Palacio; withdrawal to Cuahuixtla; meeting with General Luis P. Figueroa and the Legión del Norte, coming from San Miguel Ixtlilco; defeat of rebels, and withdrawal to south of Puebla; death of “Lieutenant Colonel” Felipe Castro, rebel leader; capture of documents implicating other names, listing Cayetano Chavarría and José Correa of Villa del Carbón; origin of plot laid in Chalco by Juan de la Portilla, now in Ameca.
8436 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, Telegram. January 29, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Plot of Ildefonso Guerrero to start uprising in Chalco stopped by Major Cañedo.
8437 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Mexico, Telegram. January 29, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Conspiracy in Chalco nipped by Cañedo.
8438 Cañedo, Nicolás T. Tlalmanalco, ALS. January 30, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Escort to Mexico for prisoners Ildefonso Guerrero, Pablo Cadena, Valentín Sepúlveda, Máximo Salgado, Marcelino Arsate, Susano Sepúlveda, Antonio Padilla, and Tiburcio Crespo; documents signed by Miguel Negrete; Ángel Salgado of Hacienda de González sought; Quirino López and Francisco Vázquez sought, troops from Otumba and Texcoco; Juan Francisco; ammunition needed.
8439 Pagaza, Julián. Villa del Valle, ALS. January 30, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Delay of student in arriving at the Institute; complaint against the local Jefe político as a tyrant; abuse of law of November 30.
8440 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. January 30, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrest and release of Juan Ríos on road to Tenango and Temamatla; new arrest by Nicolás Cañedo; protest of prior rights; arrest of Miguel Delgadillo, charged with theft in Texcoco; prior service with Manuel Riva Palacio at La Asunción; hope of rehabilitation; prisoners taken to Mexico by Major Cañedo.
8441 Limón, Francisco. San Martín Lubianos, ALS. January 30, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Defeat of band by Luis Ortiz and José Basilio; escape of Bandido Chávez; capture of horses and machetes; need for Jefe político in Temascaltepec; return of stolen property; Pascual Cejudo; Cristóbal Garduño; José Acevedo recommended for post.
8442 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Lerma, ALS. January 31, 1870.
2 l. 17 × 22 cm.
Infantry action near Cuernavaca; need for mountain artillery cited by Garduño.
8443 Limón, Francisco. Tejupilco, LS. January 31, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Capture of Cabecilla Cabes; guarantee of personal safety requested.
8444 Marín, José. Cuautitlán, LS. February 1, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Compliance with Circular No. 4; delay in reports explained.
8445 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. February 1, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Supply of troops for Contingente de sangre; plan to send local vagabonds and troublemakers; rumors of conspiracy in Nau[paluca]n, led by Sotomayor and Dionisio Fragoso; use of secret police; rumor of pronunciamiento in Cuautitlán.
8446 F. de Velázquez, María de Jesús. Tlalmanalco, LS. February 1, 1870.
1 l. 22 × 27 cm.
Request for reimbursement for feeding prisoners.
8447 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. February 1, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Agreement with Cañedo for temporary appointment of Teodoro González to post with Gendarmerie; defeat of rebel band with aid of troops from the San Luis Potosí Regiment; capture of Colonel Gil; search for Domínguez, Noriega, and Lozano near Tepotzotlán; troops at Cuautitlán; citizens of Tlapanaloya with rebels; capture of copy of “acta levantada en Capula” with signatures of some members of Ayuntamiento de Hueypoxtla.
8448 García, Ezequiel. Coatepec Harinas, ALS. February 1, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Promise to comply with the Circular No. 4; failure of the Decreto de enganche voluntario.
8449 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. February 2, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Troops from Tlalpam under Escalona to attack rebels at Monte de las Cruces.
8450 Olvera, A[ntonio]. Villa del Valle, ALS. February 2, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
End of local unrest with arrest of Jesús Chávez; promise to send recruits.
8451 López, Juan F. Tlalmanalco, ALS. February 2, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Search for vagabonds and troublemakers to send in as the quota of recruits; delay in sending reports because of disorder in the Ramo de terrenos of the municipalidades.
8452 Cruz, N[olasco]. Cuautitlán, LS. February 2, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Troops from San Luis to attack Noriega in La Peña Colorada de Tepozotlán; failure of Jefe político Marín to pursue Noriega at Santa Gertrudis; pronunciamiento of José Cossío in Hacienda de San Mateo.
8453 Guerra [Manzanares] Mariano. Otumba, LS. February 2, 1870.
1 l. 19 × 28 cm.
Promise to send vagabonds and troublemakers to fill quota of the Contingente de sangre; Circular No. 4.
8454 Limón, Francisco. Tejupilco, LS. February 2, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Fine placed on municipalidad; return of Plata and García to plague Las Cruces; receipt of $400; return of Guardia Nacional to Almoloya, Amatepec, and Tlatlaya; Jefe político Antonio Barrueta; Tenancingo; Temascaltepec.
8455 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. February 2, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Troops from San Ángel sent to Las Cruces; Cañedo in El Monte; escape toward Cuernavaca cut off by Cuéllar at Huizilco; Toluca; El Mayorazgo.
8456 Limón, Francisco. Temascaltepec, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Rolland Frères Bordeaux. February 3, 1870.
Captain Jesús Mijares to escort “Captain” Jesús Chávez to the capital; Antonio Barrueta to be appointed Jefe político of Almoloya.
8457 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Mexico, Telegram. February 4, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 22 cm.
Money for military pay needed by Escalona; interview with the Minister on finances; troops joined by General Cuéllar and Escalona.
8458 Cañedo, Nicolás T. Tlalmanalco, ALS. February 4, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Peaceful conditions in Otumba and Texcoco; receipt of Campbell carbines and ammunition; charges against Ildefonso Guerrero and Pablo Cadena; prisoners sent to the Comandancia militar; Josefina; failure of uprising at Hacienda de González.
8459 Limón, Francisco. Temascaltepec, LS. February 4, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Delay in transfer of Chávez; pay for troops.
8460 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, LS. February 4, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Rumors of incipient uprising; request for delay in departure of Major Muñoz.
8461 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. February 4, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Escalona to remain with troops combatting uprisings; activities of Plata, Sotomayor at Las Cruces, and of Cosío Pontones and Paulino Noriega near Ixtlahuaca; Cuéllar in Tlalpam; Colonel Carrión; pursuit by Villagrán and patrol from Cuerpo de San Luis and troops of Kamp[f]ner; request for help; Escalona; Cañedo.
8462 _____. Mexico, ALS. February 5, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Kampfner, Villagrán, and Cristerna to pursue Cosío; Nolasco Cruz in Cuautitlán; General Cuéllar, Cañedo, and Escalona en route to Las Cruces in search of Plata and Juan García; approach of Escobedo.
8463 _____. Mexico, Telegram. February 5, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Mora accused of implication in Revolución de Cosío; ordered sent to Mexico; Administrador de Jilotepec sent with orders.
8464 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Mexico, Telegram. February 5, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
600 men placed under orders of General Cuéllar.
8465 Limón, Francisco. Tem[]c, LS. February 5, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Peaceful conditions; veintenas organized.
8466 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro A. Mexico, LS. February 6, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Collection of tax from Pedro in Ixtapan and Tepexpan; Felipe; Escobedo's campaign in San Luis; approval of controls exercised in Mexico State; difficulty of instituting a budget system; Zamacona.
8467 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Mexico, LS. February 6, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for help in series of debts; Carlos; difficult situation at San Mateo; Pepe Cossío's entry into rebellion blamed on his debts; need to keep hacienda in repair at La Asunción; danger of angering Cossío by taking over San Mateo in foreclosure; approval of Riva Palacio's policy.
8468 Sheridan, C[arlos] O. Texcoco, ALS. February 6, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Telegram received; policy in Cuatlinchan and Chapingo in doubt; gathering of recruits.
8469 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Tepotzotlán, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. February 6, 1870.
Defense of Marín against Cruz.
8470 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Santiago Tianguistengo, February 6, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Negative results of reconnaissance; area to be left to Escalona; agreement of Cuéllar; return to Jilotepec District; visit to Ixtlahuaca in search of Cosío; Kampfner, Cruz, and Villagrán in search; rumors blamed on Eleuterio Ávila.
8471 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. February 7, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Pursuit of rebels by Kampfner and Villagrán at Jilotepec; Cosío Pontones; pursuit of Sotomayor and Juan García at Las Cruces and Jalatlaco by Cuéllar and Escalona.
8472 _____. Mexico, LS. February 7, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Pursuit of Cosío and Noriega by Kampfner and Villagrán; Martínez added to the pursuit.
8473 Muñoz, Miguel. Tenancingo, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed as in No. 8128. February 7, 1870.
Aid of Rosales y Millán in guarding the peace; band reported at Malinalco; patrol raised at Zumpahuacán; Sotomayor reported at Las Cruces with Plata.
8474 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. February 7, 1870.
1 l. 22 × 27 cm.
Pursuit of Sotomayor by Limón in Tenancingo District; Escalona and Garduño.
8475 Limón, Francisco. Malinalco, LS. February 8, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Enemy reported on Hacienda de la Tenería, near Tenancingo and Oquila (Ocuilan?); Major Muñoz in Ocuila[n]; veintenas raised; Lieutenant Colonel Escalona.
8476 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. February 8, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Juan Cuéllar and Cañedo en route to Tenancingo; Limón and Escalona marching with Captain Gutiérrez and the Guardia Nacional; Garduño; patrol at El Condadero; Las Cruces; search for Sotomayor.
8477 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. February 8, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Plan to break up troops to search for bands; recommendation of Cuéllar; troops needed at Tenancingo and Jilotepec.
8478 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, LS. February 8, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for release of horses captured from Mariano López and Evaristo López by bandits; robbery of stagecoach between Morelia and Venta de Guadalupe; servant sent to Toluca by Comandante de Metepec; Cañedo. Mariano López is uncle of writer.
8479 Monterde, Juan N. Mexico, ALS. February 8, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Interview with Alcaraz; refusal to have further contact with him; cost of the photographs of General Guerrero.
8480 Limón, Francisco. Jalmolonga, LS. February 9, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Band of 130 enemy located at the hacienda; report by Antonio Cayre, one of the owners; aid of Figueroa in Miacatlán; Buenrostro, ex-imperialist, accused of helping rebels; recognized as superior by Chávez; Plata and García reported at Las Cruces, not with Sotomayor.
8481 Zimbrón, Antonio. Mexico, LS. February 9, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Reminder of agreement to return for opening of State Congress; request for aid in obtaining leave for the journey.
8482 Cuéllar, R[afael]. Chapa de Mota, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed as in 7886. February 10, 1870.
Cosío defeated at Villa del Carbón by General Kampfner and Colonel Villagrán; departure from Hacienda de Niginí; use of Policía Rural; dispersal of band; surveillance by Colonel Tuñón Cañedo; search for Noriega.
8483 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Chapa de Mota, ALS. February 10, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival in Ixtlahuaca; Noriega's raids on Ixtlahuaca and Atlacomulco; rifles taken from Hacienda de Touri (?); escape toward Acambay and Arroyozarco; return to Mezquital; Cruz in Zumpango; Niginí; sent to Tiacaque by Cuéllar; report on Cosío by servant of Modesto del Valle; pursuit by General Kampfner toward Villa del Carbón; separation of patrol under Núñez sent to Jilotepec; Tula; Jiquipilco; interception of band; Eulalio; capture of Pedro Amador; complaints against Jefe político de Jilotepec; horses taken from Mora at Soyaniquilpan; horses needed by Villagrán.
8484 Limón, Francisco. Cuatlan del Río, LS. February 10, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Division of troops between Muñoz and Escalona; troops in Ocuila[n], Cayré de Jalmolonga; pursuit of Sotomayor; road to Cuernavaca; Distrito de Tenancingo.
8485 Usla[r], Manuel (?) de (?). Mexico, ALS. February 10, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Jorge Acuanu (Amanudo?) charged with delivery of silver from Hacienda de los Arcos; danger of travel from Toluca to Mexico; arrival of English packet in Veracruz from Tampico; conspiracies in Spain; Prim accused of helping Queen Isabel; Deputy Noir assassinated in Paris by Prince Bonaparte; Victoria; Isabel.
8486 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, ALS. February 10, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Defeat of Cosío; capture of weapons and prisoners by Kampfner; withdrawal of gendarmes.
8487 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. February 10, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Pursuit of rebels.
8488 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. February 11, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Reports from Tenango and Ameca; Morelos State; sentences given prisoners; transfer of prisoners to Mexico suggested; cost of meals; difficulty of guarding prisoners at work; the debt of the district; opposition of the Ayuntamiento de México.
8489 [Riva Palacio,] Carlos. Tenancingo, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed: Patent under Bath. February 11, 1870.
Mission to Ruperto; Limón; Espinoso; pronunciamientos rumored in Tenería and Tecomatlán; Limón at La Ladrillera; Escalona; Riva Palacio's backache.
8490 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 11, 1870.
Limón in Jalmolonga; Plata and García not with Sotomayor; Sotomayor, Trujillo, and Noverón reported at Mesa del Capitán; desert south of El Contadero; Garduño; continued patrolling; Ocuilan; Plata; García.
8491 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro. Mexico, ALS. February 11, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Imprisonment of Maximina Santín, wife of Chávez at Temascaltepec; clemency suggested.
8492 Pérez y Tejada, Joaquín. Tepotzotlán, LS. February 12, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Peace at Tepotzotlán and Temoaya; incidents at Rancho del Bambrú and San Sebastián; Noriega at La Soledad; toll taken from passengers; Ramón Sánchez.
8493 Cárdenas, Agustín. Pachuca, ALS. February 12, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Leave requested for brother in the Caja de Ahorros, to act as god-father; anticipated parturition of wife Natalia; warning against comunistas and rebels.
8494 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. February 12, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Cuéllar to march on Chalco; weapons taken from Cosío Pontones turned over to Colonel Eulalio Núñez, Prefecto de Jilotepec by Villagrán; trial of Chávez by courtmartial suggested.
8495 Zaldívar, José María. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. February 12, 1870.
Concern over outcome of lawsuit; damages incurred in similar case in Chimalhuacán in 1867.
8496 Limón, Francisco. Jalmolonga, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Henri Bouche & Ce. Bordeaux. February 12, 1870.
Pursuit of Sotomayor, Plata, and García with aid of Escalona; Major Vargas; Sotomayor reported at Tonatico; Jefe político de Coatepec; Figueroa to stay in Cuernavaca; Tetecala.
8497 Tapia, Manuel S. Jilotepec, LS. February 12, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Cuéllar followed to Ixtlahuaca and Atlacomulco; Noriega; delivery of letter; Colonel Villagrán's defeat of Cosío near Villa del Carbón; departure for Arroyozarco; Cosío's recruiting from police ranks and from Chapa; Juan Rodea, Leocadio Sánchez; Pedro Amado, Regidor del Ayuntamiento, arrested by Canfer (Kampfner?).
8498 Marín, José. Cuautitlán, LS. February 12, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Resignation as Jefe político; continued illness.
8499 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Jiquipilco, ALS. February 12, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Departure of Cuéllar; Cosío reported at Monte de la Palma; cavalry at Jajalpa requested; aid requested of Jefe político in Ixtlahuaca and Jilotepec; change of horses needed; Escuadrón Mercado; Cuéllar's request for Escalona to cover Lerma road.
8500 _____. Hacienda de Nigini, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 12, 1870.
Enemy located near Chapa de Mota; Cosío's band estimated at 100; Bartolo Santillán; La Venta de las Escobas; Jiquipilco; infantry from Ixtlahuaca; cavalry at Lerma needed; Garduño; Cejudo; uniforms needed; iron for horse shoes needed.
8501 Mejía, F[rancisco]. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. February 13, 1870.
Request for positive attitude toward plaintiffs from Chimalhuacán against the Hacienda de Costitlán; failure of arbitration.
8502 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Chapa de Mota, ALS. February 13, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Enemy dispersed; interference of infantry from Ixtlahuaca; Jilotepec; Hacienda de Bodenquí; fight with Domínguez; withdrawal toward San Andrés Timilpa[n] and Valle de Ixtlahuaca, reported en route to Hidalgo; warning to Cruz; Núñez; need of troops to rest; Cosío at Cerro de Chapa; el Viejo.
8503 Limón. Francisco. Tenancingo, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 13, 1870.
Sotomayor reported at Tonatico; Muñoz to remain at Maninalco (Malinalco?); Captain Jesús Mijares to go to Ojo de Agua; Lieutenant Colonel Escalona to accompany Limón; poor quality of recruits.
8504 _____. Tenancingo, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 13, 1870.
Pursuit of Sotomayor; Muñoz at Jalmolonga; Escalona en route to Ixtapan and Tonatico; aid of Jefe político de Coatepec Harinas; Plata; García; funds needed.
8505 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro. Mexico, LS. February 13, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Explanation of conduct toward Pedro Escudero; plan circulated in Jilotepec; the budget plan; settlement of the Teatro de Iturbide business begun when Riva Palacio was President of the Ayuntamiento; difficulties with Zarco; case kept out of courts; Circulars of January 29, 1858 and January 4, 1859.
8506 [Riva Palacio,] Carlos. Tenancingo, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Colofon: Patent under Bath. February 13, 1870.
Houses burned at Tepostepec by rebels from Tenería; arrival of Limón and Escalona; arrival of Agustín awaited; Lupe; Melo; Ignacio Mañón; effort of Juez de Letras to send family to Mexico.
8507 Muñoz, Luis G. Joquicingo, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 14, 1870.
Removal from Cuernavaca; robbery of personal property; employment as Preceptor; retirement as colonel; claim to be cousin of Doloritas Guerrero y Hernández; birthplace at Tixtla de Guerrero; Cura Prudencio Catalán y Guerrero; Vicente; Carlos; continuance in office requested.
8508 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. February 14, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Escobedo in San Luis; defeat of rebels; death of Fernández Nava the leader; victory of Rocha at Puente de “Tololotlán”; withdrawal toward Guadalajara; Cuéllar at Querétaro.
8509 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. February 14, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Enemy movement from Chapa de Mota to Hacienda de Touri (?), Alcívar, and El Oro; capture of bandits; Monte de Cadenqui; weapons captured; escape of Pepe toward Venta de Alcívar; arrival of Captain Figueroa with Escuadrón Mercado; poor discipline of the unit; Cejudo; Noriega in Polotitlán; Cosío; pay needed for troops; Pérez de León; Manuelito; Eulalio Núñez praised; Guardia Nacional; supplies sent by Fraustro; weakness of Escuadrón Mercado; Cruz; Nicolás; troops of Villagrán.
8510 Payno, M[anuel]. Mexico, ALS. February 15, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Relations with “paniaguados de Romero”; invitation to submit writings; printing of history halted by revolution; 2000 copies purchased by Morelia; 400 by Ayuntamiento [de México]; action of rebels in Zacatecas.
8511 Zimbrón, Antonio. Mexico, LS. February 15, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter from Ministro Iglesias; Diputados Rivas-Echeverría and Búlman; meetings of Juntas preparatorias; need for escort on road from Toluca; aid of Cañedo; roads in Distrito unguarded.
8512 [Carta sin firma.] Villa del Valle, Unsigned. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 15, 1870.
Need for construction of new Palacio de Justicia and new jail; crowding of jails; pay of masons and carpenters from Fondo municipal; submission of budget.
8513 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 15, 1870.
Return of Escuadrón Mercado; desertors; Juan García and Plata reported at Chimalpa, El Desierto, and Ajusco; Limón; Escalona.
8514 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. February 15, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Cañedo's attack on Cosío Pontones.
8515 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. February 15, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Complaint of Sra. Velázquez unjustified; payment of $20 to Olavarrieta for feeding prisoners; funds from Ozumba; $40 paid by Ameca; payments by Tesorería de Bienes Municipales de México; Mariano Olavarrieta.
8516 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. February 15, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrival from Tonatico; march to Ocuila[n]; patrols by Escalona and Major Muñoz in search of Sotomayor; Plata and García sought in Ajusco; failure to find rebels; funds needed.
8517 Gómez y Pérez, Cayetano. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 15, 1870.
Services rendered by Doroteo Barrera in prison; request time be counted double; petition of Vicente Rangel.
8518 Guerra Manzanares, Mariano. Otumba, ALS. February 16, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Complaint of citizens of San Gerónimo, Municipalidad de Tecamac, against payment of Contribución personal; instigation by Lic. Mauro Córdoba, for election purposes; plan to call Consejo del distrito. Pencil note: Ley de ayuntamientos de 7 de enero de 1847; Article 15, de la ley de Jefes políticos.
8519 _____. Otumba, LS. February 16, 1870.
1 l. 19 × 29 cm.
Visits to Tecámac and Temoncalapa (Temascalapa?) near Tezontepec; search for incipient rebels; request for permanent troop assignments; Hacienda de Salinas threatened by bandits.
8520 Castañeda, Antonio. Ixtlahuaca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 17, 1870.
Execution of rebels delayed; Law of April 14, 1869; Cañedo; transmittal of trial papers; horseshoes sent by stagecoach for Cañedo.
8521 Argumosa, E[duar]do de. Mexico, ALS. February 17, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Failure to sell house at No. 7, Calle de San José el Real; “pensión de herencias”; will of Fagoaga; tax on sales; offer to sell estate for $18,322.
8522 Gómez, Juan. Tenango, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 17, 1870.
Delay in submitting report; data required from Municipalidades and Municipios.
8523 _____. Tenango, LS. February 17, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Need for increasing the Seguridad pública; instructions to draft vagabonds and troublemakers.
8524 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, ALS. February 17, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Compliance with orders to round up suspects and vagabonds.
8525 Leyva, F[rancisco]. Jonacatepec, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. February 17, 1870.
Pursuit of rebels under Aragón; departure from Cuernavaca and Yautepec; rebel attack on Fanaiño at Cuautla: troops divided between Figueroa y Valle and writer; arrival in Tepalcingo; enemy located at La Paraca between Atotonilco and Huichila; rebels identified as members of the Guardia Nacional; capture of weapons; act defying the Supremo Gobierno signed by Ignacio Vidaurrázaga, Aragón, Feliciano Chavarría, and Caldera; capture of Curiel, secretary to the rebels; documentary proof of Aragón's interest in State of Mexico.
8526 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, ALS. February 17, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Troops of Escalona; surveillance by Sotomayor; search for Plata and García near Atlapulco and Acopilco by Garduño and Cejudo; Muñoz; troops in Zacualpan; Malinalco.
8527 _____. Tenancingo, LS. February 17, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Jefe político de Coatepec; newspaper accounts of defeat of Zacatecans at Jérez by General Neri; defeat of Aragón and Chavarría at Cerro de Paraca by General Leiva; news from Ministerio de la Guerra; search for Antonio Caire, owner of Hacienda de Jalmolonga; activities of Sotomayor.
8528 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, ALS. February 17, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Orders sent to Colonel Limón.
8529 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro. Mexico, LS. February 17, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Visit to Yáñez; meeting of Junta Menor for the drainage of Laguna de Lerma; Vicente Larrea recommended for election as Recaudador de los Fondos.
8530 Salgado, F., José Marín, and Joaquín de la Llave. Cuautitlán, LS. February 17, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for appointment of Ignacio Dosamantes as Jefe Político de Cuautitlán.
8531 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. February 17, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Success of government forces in San Luis; band suspected of being with Juan García and Plata reported at Cerro de la Campana; Garduño sent to attack band; town warned to be on guard.
8532 _____. Lerma, LS. February 18, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Example set by Butrón in Monte de las Cruces; use of Batallón “Libres de México”; surveillance of troublemakers; suspect in Ocoyoacac; suspects from Acopilco, Chimalpa, and San Pedro Coagimalpa (?) in the Distrito Federal.
8533 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. February 18, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Cuéllar to leave Tacubaya to patrol the Monte.
8534 Ayala, Jesús. Tenancingo, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 18, 1870.
Denial of rumors of involvement in the revolution; accusations made in Congress at Cuernavaca; previous military service.
8535 Herrera, Juan B. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. February 18, 1870.
Unrest in Guanajuato as result of events in San Luis; arrival of Nicolás; arrival in Parangueo; collection of debt from Salgado; El Valle; travel to Irapuato and Guanajuato to join Escobedo; receipt of money; debt owed to Castillo; difficulty of sending money from Irapuato and Guanajuato; insecurity of the roads; Nicolás; resurgence of bandits on withdrawal of troops from Guanajuato; illness of son (pneumonia). Includes note by N. de la Moral; danger from bandits in Guanajuato.
8536 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. February 18, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Rebels at El Contadero; meeting in Acopilco; Monte de las Cruces guarded by Garduño; difficulty of using infantry for pursuit.
8537 Soto, Manuel F. Mexico, ALS. February 18, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request for copy of decrees he issued while governor in 1861 and copy of the periódico oficial entitled “La emancipación; need for documents on behalf of pending suits; address: Calle de la Águila, No. 15; instructions to engineer to survey road from Mexcala; order issued during his period in office for all sums issued “por causa de la guerra” to be entered in an official register.
8538 Monroy, José María. Tenancingo, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. Has 12-centavo stamp. February 18, 1870.
Damages suffered by his property in previous revolutions; request for loan to recuperate his losses.
8539 García, Ezequiel. Coatepec Harinas, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 18, 1870.
System of veintenas and night patrols; recovery of Zacualpan; prison guards.
8540 _____. Coatepec Harinas, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 18, 1870.
Difficulty of handling newly created district; inaptness of the Ayuntamientos; delay in submitting statistical report.
8541 Guerra, M. Otumba, ALS. February 18, 1870.
1 l. 19 × 29 cm.
Delay in submitting report called for in Circular No. 40, 1869; lack of precedent; delays by municipalidades; extension granted by Superior Gobierno; Superioridad.
8542 Limón, Francisco. Malinalco, ALS. February 19, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Trouble caused by Plata and García; supply of horses; Guerra movement to Zacualpan.
8543 _____. Malinalco, LS. February 19, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Visit to Ocuilan (Santiago Ocuila?); enemy located at Paraje La Ciénega; Muñoz wounded and sent to Tenancingo; rebels led by Gachupín Sotomayor located at Jalpa; troops at Zumpahuacán.
8544 Pérez, Tranq[uilino]. Tem[ascaltepe]c, LS. February 20, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Neglect of public instruction, the Seguridad Pública, and administration; request of Simón de los Herreros for return of market-day to Monday; agreement of Ayuntamiento; chartering of town of San Simón as Municipio recommended to the Legislature.
8545 Juárez, Benito. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Colofon. February 20, 1870.
Recommendation for Onésimo Carniedo from Oaxaca and Tenango.
8546 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. February 20, 1870.
Veintenas used for rounding up vagabonds to send as draft quota; recent illness.
8547 Cañedo, [T. Tuñón]. Mexico, Telegram. February 20, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Jilotepec and Ixtlahuaca at peace; Cosío on way to Sierra de Querétaro.
8548 Mejía, [Ignacio]. Mexico, Telegram. February 20, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
General Cuéllar sent to pursue Plata and García in Las Cruces.
8549 Millán, Ruperto María. Chalchihuapa, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 21, 1870.
Letter of recommendation to Colonel Limón.
8550 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 21, 1870.
Political involvement of the bandit groups; surveillance over vagabonds; influence of gambling; supply of recruits for the Contingente de sangre; persistence of Santillán and his band.
8551 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Tepotzotlán, LS. February 22, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of letter from Javier Espinosa; Sotero Lozano reported near Temoaya and Cerros de Chicabazco with 80 men, pursued by Colonel Olivares; report of Germán to Jefe político de Actopan and Cruz; raid on Temoaya.
a. [Espinosa,] Javier: [Carta a su tío Joaquín Pérez Tejada.] Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Death of Monjartín; trip to San Miguel (D. M.); request of Riva Palacio declined. February 19, 1870.
8552 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Rolland frères, Bordeaux. February 22, 1870.
Captain Figueroa sent to guard road; withdrawal of Garduño; poor equipment of new soldiers; best horses sent to the Gendarmerie; danger of using poor horses: Escalona.
8553 Núñez, E[ulalio]. Jilotepec, LS. February 22, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Order of Tesorería general for pay of Jefe político; pay received as Comandante de la 4a. línea de la Gendarmería.
8554 García, Ezequiel. Coatepec Harinas, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 22, 1870.
Notice sent to Limón at Tenancingo; Muñoz wounded in fight with rebels at Ocuila[n].
8555 Cañedo, Nicolás T. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 22, 1870.
Departure for Montes de Juchitepec; rebellion announced in Milpa Alta, led by Pedro Cruz of Tuyahualco (?); meeting at Monte de Acualalcingo (?); Guide Solís; dispersal of the band; Cruz wounded; Ranchero de Coatepec; Lieutenant Zavala attacked and wounded by Abraham Plata and Juan García; Hospital Militar de México; Comandante del Tercio de Texcoco; train robbed at Tepexpam station; veintenas; fair at Amecameca to be watched.
8556 Rivera Melo, Luis. Mexico, ALS. February 23, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Lic. Víctor Pérez to attend Junta; absence in Coyoacán; Mejía; Zaldívar; Barajas; Herrera; Josefina; concern of Búlman and Zimbron for security of roads; Piña y Echeverría; Cornelio Prada; Espinosa, Diputado for Tlalnepantla, residence in Calle de la Canoa.
8557 Limón, Francisco. Jalmolinga (?), ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 23, 1870.
Uprising in Tetecala led by Gachupín Sotomayor; Bernal; Cayetano Varela; fine at Hacienda; Muñoz wounded; orders to Malinalco; Tenancingo; medical report; Vargas; Jefe político de Coatepec Harinas.
8558 Escalona, José María. Contadero, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 23, 1870.
Departure of troops as ordered.
8559 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, ALS. February 24, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Departure from Zumpango; telegram from Ministerio; Colonel Cruz joined in search for Lozano; Colonel Olivares attacked; pursuit to Hacienda de Juan B. Casablanca; news of Santillán.
8560 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 24, 1870.
Whereabouts of Limón unknown; Alcalde de Malinalco; el Platanar.
8561 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Tepotzotlán, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 24, 1870.
Molina in Cuautitlán and Zumpango in search of Cruz; approval of Marín; Olivares defeated at Salitre de la Hacienda de Ulapa by Sotero Lozano; robbery of train at Tepespa (Tepexpan?); Temoaya; Lozano reported at San Pablo; Cruz at Casablanca with soldiers from Zumpango and Tlalnepantla; possible meeting with Bartolo Santillán; Barajas; road to Temoaya; meeting with Campos at Jalpa; Manuel; Monte Alto; Monte Viejo.
8562 Muñoz, Miguel. Tenancingo, LS. February 24, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Medical reports on illness; Limón; visit from Carlos [Riva Palacio] and General Agustín Cruz.
8563 Castañeda, Antonio. Ixtlahuaca, LS. February 24, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Defeat of rebels at San Luis forwarded to Eulalio Núñez, Jefe político de Jilotepec.
8564 Limón, Francisco. Hacienda de Jalmolonga, LS. February 24, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Defeat of forces under Caudillo García de la Cadena; victory of Rocha; search for Sotomayor, Trujillo and other bandits; return to Tenancingo.
8565 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Mexico, LS. February 25, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recommendation for Ticó as new deputy, and his nephew Navarro.
8566 Medina, Jesús. Mexico, ALS. February 25, 1870.
1 l. 17 × 22 cm.
Escort along road to Jajalpa; stagecoach stopped in Tacubaya for police search; removal of papers; arrest of coachman Santa Anna; effort to find Zimbrón and Riva; Mañón's letter to Berriozábal; Echeverría; Búlman; departure of Ticó; departure of Rivera Melo.
8567 Sheridan, C[arlos] O. Texcoco, ALS. February 25, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Peaceful conditions; vagabonds sent to military service; some recruits reported released; opposition of Zúñiga (?); request for leave for visit to Toluca.
8568 Limón, Francisco. Jalmolonga, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 25, 1870.
Meeting of Trujillo and Sotomayor at El Platanar; pronunciamiento de Tetecala; troops from Zumpahuacán and Villa Guerrero; patrols in Coatepec and Tenancingo; Major Muñoz.
8569 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. February 25, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Receipt of draftees from El Valle; escort for Zimbrón and Búlman furnished by Escalona up to Jajalpam.
8570 Romero Rubio, M. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. February 26, 1870.
Recommendation for Manuel Bustinzar, earlier Prefect of Tlalnepantla under Martínez de la Concha.
8571 Limón, Francisco. Malinalco, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 27, 1870.
Arrival of reinforcements under Captain Martínez; Tetecala; agreement with Jefe político.
8572 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, ALS. February 27, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Sotero Lozano reported at Actopan; Colonel Cruz at Zumpango and Casablanca; Colonel Olivares freed; Tercios de Gendarmería de Tlalnepantla sent to San Bartolo by Colonel Cruz, in pursuit of Santillán; misunderstanding about the budget; pay for night watchmen; departure of Cruz and Cuéllar toward Pachuca.
8573 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. February 27, 1870.
Recommendation for M. Ticó, Diputado to the State Legislature.
8574 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, ALS. February 27, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Rebels reported at Hacienda del Mayorazgo; theft of horses and guns and departure toward Temoaya; report from Mimiapam; Cañedo; Garduño; El Contadero; Escalona.
8575 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. February 27, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Implementation of Reglamento of October 22, 1868 for registration of all newcomers; Molina; General Cuéllar; Sotero Lozano; Gendarmerie; departure for Tlalnepantla in search of Santillán.
8576 Guerra, M. Otumba, LS. February 28, 1870.
1 l. 19 × 29 cm.
Escape of José María Olivares; good recommendations for Olivares from residents of Tecámac; efforts at recapture.
8577 Castañeda, Antonio. Ixtlahuaca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. February 28, 1870.
Pursuit of Plata; refusal of Administrador de rentas to pay couriers and scouts; Carlos; rebels reported at Pueblo Nuevo and Hacienda de San Joaquín.
8578 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. February 28, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Pursuit of Plata and Juan García planned with Cañedo; lack of cavalry; Escalona to cover Tacubaya and Lerma; Sotero Lozano; Noriega.
8579 Espinosa, J. Mexico, Telegram. February 28, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Delay in travel; pronunciamiento in Tacubaya.
8580 Cañedo, [T. Tuñón.] Mexico, Telegram. February 28, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Escalona to guard road to Lerma; escort of deputies.
8581 Moral, N[icolás] del. Mexico, ALS. February 28, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Letter from Mañón y Valle; duties as deputy to the State Legislature accepted; son Juan. Pencil note: Berriozábal.
8582 Villamil, M. Paris, ALS. March 1, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Help in question of $500 loaned to state in time of Martínez de la Concha acknowledged; lack of entry in the books of the Tesorería; unpaid bill to go to Sánchez.
8583 Limón, Francisco. Cacahuamilpa, LS. March 1, 1870.
2 l. 17 × 22 cm.
Rumors of Sotomayor and uprising in combination with the Jefe político proved baseless; co-operation of authorities in Morelos and Guerrero States; uprising suspected in Palpa (?), near District of Tenancingo and Jalmolonga (?).
8584 Torres Torija, Eduardo. [Carta al Lic. Antonio Rebollar.] Jilotepec, ALS. March 3, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Growth of rebellious spirit in town; request for recommendation to Riva Palacio; position on Board of Education suggested; experience in educational work during the Empire; qualification for place in Secretaría de Justicia; experience with Escudero.
8585 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. March 3, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Santillán not found in Tlalnepantla or Cuautitlán; reported at Ixtlahuaca; Lozano's band in Hidalgo State and along boundaries with Mexico; lack of co-operation among officials, hacendados, and residents; defeat of Olivares; Cuéllar's meeting with Lozano's band between Tenguedó (?) and Tulancalco (?); withdrawal to Santiaguito; rebel refuge in mountains.
8586 Limón, Francisco. Ocuilan, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 3, 1870.
Reports of new rebel band formed in Morelos by Asencio Llanos and “un tal Fragoso”; el gachupín Sotomayor; appearance at Gunhilaque (Huchelaque?); band formed by Gachupín Trujillo in Guerrero to join rebels at Tetecala; return of Captain Martínez' troops; Ayudante Cayetano Varela; rebel plans to enter Malinalco or Tenancingo; Teotihuacán.
8587 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. March 4, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Dispersed rebels from Jalisco not likely to have joined A[b]raham Plata or Juan García.
8588 Cañedo, E[stanislao]. Mexico, ALS. March 4, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Rebels called bandits; meeting of the Federal Legislature; Zamacona; Padre Montes; support of present government; plans for building palacio.
8589 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. March 5, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Troops left under command of Lieutenant Colonel Bernal; Maza; Captain Mijares; Ocuila[n]; concern over Sotomayor, Trujillo, and Novaron (?); danger from rebel troops from Tetecala, Huchilaque(?), and bands from Morelos; Muñoz; message from Jefe político de Coatepec.
8590 Castañeda, Antonio. Ixtlahuaca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 5, 1870.
Watermark: L-JDL & CO.
Plata's raid on El Oro, Temascalcingo, Hacienda de la Huerta, Tepetongo, and Tapasco.
8591 Iglesia, José María. Mexico, ALS. March 6, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Watermark: Lacroix Frères.
Complaints against Lic. López Romanos (?); desire of Governor Leyva of Morelos to replace him by Lic. Licea (Lires?) of the District of Morelos; Corte de Justicia; request for copy of Código civil prepared by Lic. Alas and Ruano.
8592 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 6, 1870.
Surrender of horse sought by Mendieta; refusal of Limón; illness of Muñoz; ammunition needed; Millán; Bernal's meeting with rebels at Chalma; loss of Esteban Rodríguez.
8593 Castañeda, Antonio. Ixtlahuaca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 6, 1870.
Reimbursement for expenses in pursuit of Romo; report from El Oro.
8594 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. March 6, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Fight with rebels at Agua Bendita; losses; troops needed at Tonatico, Palpa, and Jalinalonga; Bernal; Captain Martínez.
8595 Camarena, Julio. ALS. March 7, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for position; service in office of Contribuciones directas de México; appointment as escribiente; Administración de Rentas de Ixmiquilpan with Manuel María Arévalo; same place in Tenango del Valle; appointment to Ramo de contribuciones Directas; service in Tenango del Valle; appointed Administrador de Rentas in Tetecala by José María Martínez de la Concha; erection of new state of Morelos; work in Sección de Contaduría; Silviano Pavón returned to Tenango del Valle; records in Archivo de la Secretaría.
8596 Payno, Manuel. Mexico, ALS. March 7, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Watermark: Lacroix Frères (not like 8591).
Writings in El Siglo; clemency for Plata; communication with Manuel Alas, printing of history near an end; request for chronological list of the Governors of Mexico State and the improvements made by each; meeting with Vicente and Lupe Bros; return of Manuel Terreros; Toluca; recommendation for Campusano; Ignacio Mañón; Guello (Guillermo?) González Fuentes; Muñiz; “Lo de ovejo.”
8597 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. March 7, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Departure of Captain Martínez; visit to Coatepec Harinas; Bernal to remain; need for horses.
8598 Núñez, Eulalio. Jilotepec, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: D.P.H.&C./ Coronel Eulalio Núñez. March 7, 1870.
Receipt of pay; Castañeda; defeat of García de la Cadena; Circular of August 17, 1868 for arming of towns and haciendas; recruits sent to Comandancia Militar.
8599 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. March 7, 1870.
Request for leave; Ficó; leave request based on mother's fears of political trouble and of bandits; need to remain at post; Agustín Cortés; Chalco District.
8600 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. March 7, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Withdrawal of enemy to Actopan after fight with Cuéllar; Cuerpo de Rifleros; withdrawal to Tenguedó; lack of co-operation among officials of Tlalnepantla and Cuautitlán; Santillán.
8601 Cañedo, [T. Tuñón]. Mexico, Telegram. March 8, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Report from Administrador de la Hacienda de Ometusco that 800 men entered Pachuca.
8602 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. March 8, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Report from Dionisio Izquierdo of Coatepec recommended; change in Jefe político recommended; pursuit of Trujillo.
8603 _____. Tenancingo, LS. March 8, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Federal troops needed; letter to Sra. Muñoz; illness of Muñoz.
8604 Cañedo, Nicolás T. Otumba, ALS. March 8, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival from Chalco and Texcoco; peacefulness at the fair at Ameca; Hacienda de Solís and railroad robbed by Sotero Lozano; withdrawal to Hidalgo; liver ailment; need for cáustico; uniforms needed by Gendarmerie.
8605 Molina, A[mbrosio]. Cuautitlán, Telegram. March 9, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Entry of Lozano, Noriega, Domínguez, and Islas in Pachuca.
8606 Cañedo, [T. Tuñón]. Otumba, Telegram. March 9, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Pachuca entered by 32 men; flight of garrison; release of prisoners; withdrawal toward Mezquital.
8607 Leyva, F[rancisco]. Cuernavaca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. May 9, 1870.
Withdrawal of ex-General Chavarría to Chalco; pursuit of Aragón; details of pursuit published in Periódico Oficial.
8608 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, ALS. March 9, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrest of Ignacio Aguirre; relations with Sotero Lozano suspected; telegram from Ministerio de la Guerra for Nolasco Cruz, Cuéllar, Lieutenant Colonel Manuel González, and Lieutenant Colonel Pablo Rocha of attack on Pachuca; Mejía; Noriega, Lozano, Islas, and Domínguez in Pachuca.
8609 _____. Cuautitlán, ALS. March 10, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Ignacio Aguirre sentenced to death; amnesty claimed by defense; Supremo circular of the Ministerio de Justicia, August 9, 1869; rebels reported at Mezquital; calmness in Zumpango reported by Cruz; attack on Lozano at El Sauz by Cuéllar and Manuel González; horses and weapons taken.
8610 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Tepotzotlán, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 10, 1870.
Rebels reported at Temoaya and nearby haciendas; $300 requested by Paulino Noriega at Finca Germán; rebels reported at San Agustín, near Pachuca; Pachuca prison emptied; Tula attacked by Sotero Lozano; Cuéllar; defeat at Tlahu[e]lipa by Colonel González; Germán; Barajas; Actopan abandoned by Jefe político and Administrador de Rentas; fear of rebels.
8611 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Mexico, ALS. March 10, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Instalation of new Congress; disagreement over credentials; deputies from Jilotepec and Zumpango; speeches by Riva Palacio and President of the Legislature; presentation of budget; deed for clarifying the debt of the state; value of paper money; Sánchez recommended by Juan Francisco, from Ozumba to attend the Instituto; Barajitos.
8612 García, Ezequiel. Coatepec Harinas, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Imperio mejicano. March 10, 1870.
Protection offered by Major Vargas in Tonatico; origin of rebels in Tetecala and Tenancingo; co-operation with Limón.
8613 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. March 11, 1870.
Insecurity of mails; report of inspection of Tesorería; travel of Lic. José Zubieta, Juez de Letras, to the capital; pursuit of Santillán by Cruz; withdrawal toward Hacienda de la Gavia and Morelos; General Gálvez in area used by Marcial Sánchez, Juan García; dissatisfaction with financial report; support of Legislature for Riva Palacio.
8614 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Hacienda del Mayorazgo, LS. March 11, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Defeat of band under Plata; pursuit toward Las Cruces; lack of ammunition; Captain Martínez; Ixtlahuaca; Manuelita; need for road guards with ammunition.
8615 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, ALS. March 11, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Death of Miguel (Muñoz?); transmittal of message from Coatepec; garrison needed at Malinalco; Bernal; need for ammunition; Lieutenant Tenorio. Includes inclosure:
a. García, Ezequiel: [Oficio a Limón.] Jefatura Política de Coatepec Harinas, ALS. 1 l. 17 × 21.5 cm. Pronunciamiento in Temascaltepec. March 10, 1870.
8616 _____. Tenancingo, ALS. March 12, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Report by Dionisio Izquierdo on Coatepec Harinas; victory of Cañedo.
8617 Reyes, José V. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. March 13, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Ammunition delivered to Cañedo; danger to town from Plata; Antonio Mancilla recommended for head of the Gendarmerie in the district.
8618 Montiel Duarte, Isidro. Mexico, LS. March 13, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Suggestion for changing pay for deputies; lawyers in Legislature to be discouraged; disagreement with restrictions on the poder ejecutivo; need for adequate pay; tax collection policy criticized; Sebastián.
8619 Piedra, José María de la. Mexico, ALS. March 13, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Document found, useful to Carlos; notice from Administrador de Contribuciones in Tlalnepantla to pay tax on Rancho de Santa Cruz; new decision of Supremo Gobierno; order of Dirección General exempting Rancho de Santa Cruz, San José; tax paid to collectors in Tacubaya; memorial sent via Rivera Melo; request for delay in order.
8620 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Ixtlahuaca, LS. March 13, 1870.
4 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Victory at Embajomuí; troops taken to Hacienda del Mayorazgo to rest; area searched by Auxiliar from Pueblo Nuevo; prisoners and horses taken; capture of ammunition and cartridge equipment; Cerro del Membrillal; prisoners found by Auxiliar de Tapasco; withdrawal toward Venta del Aire; report awaited from Presidente municipal de Temascalcingo; Las Cruces; personeel from A[n]gangueo and Tlalpujahua, led by Pascual Valdés and Juan Pliego; meeting at Hacienda del Jacal (near A[n]gangueo); poor marksmanship of rebels; life of prisoner left up to Riva Palacio; Escalona to take up chase around Cerro de la Campana, the road to El Mayorazgo, and Hacienda de Nigini; Limón to cover Palpa, Tonatico, Villa Guerrero, and Coatepec; advice from Deputy García; experience with General Morelos and with General Riva Palacio; Pagador Ocampo; ammunition for Sharpe rifles; pay requested from Administrador de Rentas; apparent withdrawal of rebels to Querétaro.
8621 _____. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. March 13, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Withdrawal of Plata to Puerto de Medina and Tepetongo, Michoacán.
8622 Licea y Borja, José María. Texcoco, ALS. March 13, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Suggested change in positions declined; letter to Governor of Morelos; meeting with Iglesias; station at Tepexpa[n] robbed by Paulino Noriega; arrival of Cuéllar with infantry; Noriega at Rancho de Maldonado, near Tepetla[o]xtoc; Lic. Zúñiga attacked in the press; travel to Mexico by water to meet Iglesias.
8623 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 14, 1870.
Arrival of enemy at El Oro and Agangueo in Michoacán; news from Tlalpujahua; plan to cross La Asunción, Malacatepec, and Volcán de Toluca and meet Sotomayor at Las Cruces; possible route via Temascalcingo and Acambay; robberies at Puerto de Medina; escape routes to Michoacán and Querétaro.
8624 Molina, Ambrosio. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 14, 1870.
Bandido Lozano y Fabregat reported at Hacienda de la Labor, near Zumpango; report by Cruz delayed by telegraph; troops from Cuautitlán awaited; Lozano reported at San Miguel; alarm sounded; encounter at house of Primitivo Cadena; refuge in house of Marín; departure of band toward Cuamatla [San Pedro] and Tepozotlán; $100 taken from Pedro Felipe Quesada; $40 taken from Aduana; loss of horses; troops requested of Ministro de la Guerra; Marín Quesadas; band at Cuautitlán placed at 150; town criticized by Berriozábal for not defending itself; Ignacio Aguirre and other prisoners freed by Lozano.
8625 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. March 14, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Train robbed at Tepexpa[n]; reinforcements awaited.
8626 Castañeda, Antonio. Ixtlahuaca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 14, 1870.
Aid to Cañedo on the 10th; request for weapons and ammunition.
8627 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Tepotzotlán, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 15, 1870.
Raid on Cuautitlán; Ignacio Aguirre and Atanacio Vargas released from prison by Lozano; money taken from Administrador de Rentas; horses and guns taken at Haciendas Cuamatla and San Miguel; escape from Jalpa; withdrawal to Tepeji; road to Mezquital endangered; Germán's family left at Huehuetoca; survey of haciendas.
8628 Molina, Ambrosio. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. 12-centavo stamp. March 15, 1870.
Return to Cuautitlán to raise new troops; need for more infantry; limitations of cavalry; request for aid of Captain Jesús Monroy of the Guardia Nacional and Lieutenant Justo Arriaga; troops furnished by the Ministerio.
8629 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. March 16, 1870.
General Leyva and Ministro de la Guerra's request for arrest of Feliciano Chavarría; search in Chalco, Ozumba, and Ameca; disappearance of Hipólito Franco, companion of Pablo Sánchez of Ozumba.
8630 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. March 16, 1870.
Telegram from Ministerio de Guerra; Isidro Montiel; explanation by General Mejía; friendship reaffirmed.
8631 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. March 16, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Instructions to Jefe político de Cuautitlán; untrained troops in each district not recommended; garrison set up; cavalry needed to pursue bands.
8632 Núñez, E[ulalio]. Jilotepec, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 17, 1870.
Peacefulness of district; protection of gendarmerie; horse-shoeing needed.
8633 Limón, Francisco. Coatepec Harinas, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 17, 1870.
Pursuit of rebels at Zacualpam.
8634 Licea y Borja, José María. Texcoco, LS. March 17, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Resignation submitted; meeting with Ministro Iglesias; relations with Leyva.
8635 Rivera Melo, Luis. Mexico, LS. March 17, 1870.
2 l. 17 × 22 cm.
Delay in return; unfinished business; description of fire near the Plaza; removal of powder from the Palacio; Vicente; Poncho; Lupe; Josefina.
8636 Sheridan, C[arlos] O. Texcoco, ALS. March 17, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recruits added to Gendarmerie under Nicolás Cañedo; arms furnished by the haciendas; ammunition and rifles requested of the Ministro de la Guerra; plans for defense of city; danger from Lozano and Noriega.
8637 Cañedo, Nicolás T. Texcoco, ALS. March 17, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Organization of infantry force; notice from Jefe político de Otumba; prison guard; use of Campbell carbines; defenses of Chalco and Tlalmanalco; brother's defeat of Plata; pursuit of Noriega and Lozano by Federal forces.
8638 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. March 18, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Need for district guards; bands from Hidalgo State feared; leadership of Lozano and Noriega; meeting with Jefe político de Cuautitlán; defense of Tlalnepantla and Zumpango; law of August 17, 1868.
8639 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. March 18, 1870.
4 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Plan for eliminating bandits; co-operation of the haciendas; Cuéllar sent with the Legión del Norte to pursue Paulino Noriega and Los Fabregat; encounter at Apulco, near Zinguilucan [Singuilucan]; defeat of rebels; prisoners; Sotero Lozano pursued by Ceballos; encounter at Hacienda de Ulapa; troops from Cuautitlán, Coamatla (Cuamatla), and Tepozotlán; pursuit by Villagrán's cavalry; “Rifleros” with Nolasco Cruz in Zumpango and with Kampfner in Tepeji; 1,000 soldiers engaged; danger of regrouping of fugitives; indifference of the population; increase in gendarmerie under Cañedo; progress of Escobedo in Michoacán and of General Rocha in Zacatecas.
8640 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. San Felipe, LS. March 18, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request of Abraham Plata for amnesty; approval of Governor of Mexico suggested.
8641 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. March 19, 1870.
Approach of rebels rumored; decision to remain in office.
8642 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. March 19, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request of Abraham Plata for amnesty suspected as plot; meeting with Presidente in Junta de Ministros; Cañedo; exemption from death penalty promised for surrender.
8643 Limón, Francisco. Coatepec Harinas, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 19, 1870.
Replacement of the Jefe político by the Presidente Municipal recommended; Juez de Letras considered a revoltoso; replacement recommended; rebels reappearing in Tenango; lead sent with Bernal and Emeterio Rosales for making bullets.
8644 Pérez, Francisco(?) (Ibáñez?). Tem[ascaltepe]c, LS. March 20, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Rebels reported in Tejupilco, Sultepec, and Texcaltitlán; need for weapons and troops.
8645 Limón, Francisco. Coatepec, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 20, 1870.
Arrangements with Jefe político for defense of the town; meeting of Junta with the priest, Francisco Puga, José María Segura, Eugenio Sánchez, and Jesús Estrada; departure for Almoloya, uprising reported.
8646 Olvera, A[ntonio]. Villa del Valle, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. March 20, 1870.
Conspiracy suspected; plan to empty jail, seize arms, and join rebels; local soldiers not trusted; request for troops under Limón.
8647 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Venta del Aire, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Rolland frères, Bordeaux. March 20, 1870.
Interview with Plata, García, and others; request for amnesty; appeal to governor.
8648 Plata, Abraham. Venta del Aire, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Rolland frères, Bordeaux. March 20, 1870.
Agreement with Cañedo to surrender at Almoloya; protection of Governor and Vicente Riva Palacio requested.
8649 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. March 20, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Agreement with Plata at La Venta del Aire for surrender at discretion; future arrangements with Gobierno General; leniency of government regretted; surrender of Plata, García, Santillán; Pérez Gómez; rebels at San Felipe and Ayala; meeting arranged at Almoloya; invitation to address the Ayuntamiento; Castañeda.
8650 Olvera, A[ntonio]. Villa del Valle, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. March 22, 1870.
Dissension in town reduced; opposition led by Julián Pagaza and Inocente García; service of lawyer, ex-deputy, acquired; surrender of Trinidad Pagaza and José María Núñez; congratulations on surrender of Plata and García.
8651 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, ALS. March 22, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of ammunition; fine suspended against Hacienda de Jalmolonga; Limón; surrender of Plata and García; amnesty granted Luis Nápoles and his band.
8652 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. March 22, 1870.
Letter of Cruz from Cuautitlán on raising troops; danger from Santillán and attack on Pachuca; local precautions; Guardia Nacional.
8653 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, ALS. March 22, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Lozano's attack on Alfajayucan; Cruz; Huehuetoca; defense by Colonel Villagrán; withdrawal to Tetepango; Noriega at Temoaya; Ceballos to stay in Ixmiquilpan and Kampgner in Zimapán; Pachuca; Gendarmerie aided by hacendados; pay of troops from the Aduana; Tranquilino Salgado appointed treasurer; amnesty for Abraham Plata; same suggested for Lozano and Noriega; preparation of defense.
8654 Juárez, Benito. Mexico, Telegram. March 22, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Thanks for birthday greetings.
8655 Cruz, N[olasco.]. Zumpango, LS. March 22, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Lozano reported in Tlahuililpa and Noriega in Ulapa; visit to Huehuetoca; defenses at Cuautitlán; federal troops needed; Hacienda de Casablanca suggested as place for garrison.
8656 Limón, Francisco. Temascaltepec, LS. March 23, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival from Almoloya; departure for El Valle; departure of Jefe político for O[t]zoloapan Municipalidad; rebel attack at Tejupilco and Sultepec composed of rejected draftees from Temascaltepec and Almoloya.
8657 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, ALS. March 24, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Suspension of recruiting in Valle de México; preparations for defense; Noriega and Lozano pursued by Cruz and the Gobierno general; circular of Martínez de la Concha in force, surrender of Abraham Plata.
8658 Herrera, Juan B. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: JMG. March 24, 1870.
Damage in Parangueo by bandits led by Bravo; Francisco Salgado; Sr. Garma; competing suits for land at Cuamatla; Berriozábal and Luis Carballeda; Lic. Córdoba; Vizcarra; Arroyo; efforts to buy the hacienda; Lic. Martínez; Nicolás.
8659 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 24, 1870.
Surrender of Silviano Gómez and Sóstenes Vega with their band to Lieutenant Colonel Villagrán at Huichapan; reinforcements at Tula; pursuit of Sotero and Paulino at Hacienda de Demingó (Dominghú?); defeat of Noriega at Apulco by Cuéllar; Lozano discouraged; troops raised under authority of Circular No. 32.
8660 Limón, Francisco. Temascaltepec, LS. May 24, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
News of Arce at Zac[ual]pam; trip to Valle postponed; arrangements for amnesty of Luis Nápoles, companion of Sotomayor; Coatepec.
8661 Sheridan, C[arlos] O. Texcoco, ALS. March 24, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recruiting suspended; payment for ammunition; surrender of Plata; Noriega; Lozano.
8662 Guerra, M. Otumba, LS. March 24, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Suspension of recruiting; danger from Noriega; agreement of hacendados to furnish horses and guns.
8663 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. March 25, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recruiting suspended; Cañedo; help requested by Jefe político de Xochimilco along edge of Chalco; pursuit of rebels in Montes de Milpa Alta, led by Octaviano del Valle; help requested from Ameca, Ozumba, Tepetlixpa, and Tlalmanalco; gendarmerie and veintenas furnished; report from Alcalde de Juchitepec of band collecting toll on road to Totolapan at point Ocozusco (?); gendarmerie and veintenas sent to meet group; troops from Tenango and Juchitepec; reinforcements requested from Ameca and Ayapango under Comandante Funes; surrender of Plata.
8664 Portillo, José. Coatepec, ALS. March 25, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Protest agaisnt journey of Governor to Zacualpan on behalf of bandits; dangers involved; town abandoned on approach of bandits.
8665 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. March 26, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Payment of troops under Colonel Cruz; recruiting of local troops; Circular 32 of August 17, 1868; exit of Santillán; surrender of Plata.
8666 Ortega, José María. Lerma, ALS. March 26, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Warning system to show approach of bandits; Meeting with Lieutenant Colonel Garduño; Escalona; notice to Presidentes municipales.
8667 García, Ezequiel. Coatepec Harinas, ALS. March 26, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter forwarded to Limón in Almoloya; attempt of Arce and Quesada against Zacualpan frustrated by Limón, Bernal, García; withdrawal toward Pilcaya; rebels' source of supplies in Guerrero.
8668 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro. Mexico, LS. March 27, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Candidacy of Valentín; León Guzman's preference for Gabino Garduño; possible re-election of Navarro.
8669 [Riva Palacio,] Mariano. [Carta a Vicente Riva Palacio.] Toluca, LS. March 27, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Cañedo's resignation from Gendarmerie; request for aid in finding replacement; salary of $2,000.
8670 Limón, Francisco. Almoloya, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 27, 1870.
Failure to arrange amnesty for Plata or García; delay of Bernal; headquarters of Arce and Sotomayor set up in Zacualpam; needs of troops.
8671 Durán, Ramón. Palacio Nacional, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Colofon. March 28, 1870.
Abraham Plata's band reported at Almoloya by Ramón Hidalgo.
8672 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. March 29, 1870.
Letter from Ignacio Mañón; surrender of Plata; arrangements with Mejía for surrender of arms and escort to Mexico.
8673 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. March 29, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrangements with Lerdo and the President for surrender of Plata; Ignacio Mañón; separation of leaders; pay for rations.
8674 Cañedo, Nicolás T. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Henri Bouche & Co., Bordeaux. 25-cent stamp. March 29, 1870.
Encounter with Epifanio Portillo at Ocoxusco (?) and in Morelos; success of gendarmerie; remnants reported with Octaviano Valle; troops organized at Tlalmanalco.
8675 Escobedo, M[ariano]. Maravatío, LS. March 29, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Surrender of Abraham Plata; use of troops at Zinapécuaro, threatened by bands; departure for Mexico.
8676 Ortega, Román. Zacualpam, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. March 30, 1870.
Acknowledgement of error in documents from Arce delivered to Colonel Limón; position as Receptor; appointment as Comandante de la plaza; verification requested.
8677 Tavera, Francisco de P. Mexico, LS. March 30, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Losses caused by Noriega and Lozano in San Antonio, Texcoco District, in horses and silver; return for more money; administrador criticized; Tomás Salgado recommended; support of Campero; troops requested; loan made necessary by raids; Pedro; Eulalio; debt under will of Cueva.
8678 Limón, Francisco. Zacualpam, LS. March 30, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Pursuit of rebels hampered by bad terrain at San Pablo, Santa Lucía, and Aldama; Tenancingo guarded; Major Ortega.
8679 Cruz, Miguel. Mexico, ALS. March 31, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
District of Chalco attacked by Paulino Noriega; departure of Berriozábal for Cuamatla; horses and money taken from Hacienda de la Compañía; attack on Tlalmanalco; withdrawal of Juan Francisco to Ameca; Cuéllar to move from Otumba to pursue bandits.
8680 Mejía, [Ignacio]. Mexico, LS. March 31, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrangements for moving Plata to Mexico; troops of General Escobedo not promised.
8681 Medina, Jesús. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. April 1, 1870.
Letter for Barajas; incident involving stagecoaches on road to Jajalpa; fire of bandits returned; arrival of second coach with Cañedo's soldiers; arrival of General Escobedo with escort; Monte de las Cruces.
8682 Mejía, [Ignacio]. Mexico, Telegram. April 1, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Lozano and Noriega located at Molino de Guadalupe and at Tlalmanalco; cavalry sent to Otumba.
8683 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. April 1, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Entry of Noriega, Lozano, and Santa Anna; withdrawal because of lack of ammunition; messages from Río Frío on size of force exaggerated; withdrawal of Gendarmerie and veintenas; powder requested from Ameca; Texcoco; return to city on departure of rebels; departure of Cañedo for Otumba; rebels in Monte de Río Frío with Octaviano Valle and Epifanio Portillo; plan to meet in Juchitepec reported by Alcalde de Tenango; need for ammunition.
8684 Sheridan, C[arlos] O. Texcoco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. April 1, 1870.
The incident in Chalco; arrival of Cañedo; ammunition requested from Mejía; rebels reported in Ameca with increase in strength.
8685 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. April 2, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Movement of Noriega through Ajusco to Monte de las Cruces doubted; infantry in Chalco and cavalry in District of Tlalpam under Carrión; approach of Cuéllar to Ameca; return to Hidalgo via Nanacamilpa.
8686 García, Ezequiel. Coatepec Harinas, LS. April 2, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Movement to Tonatico and Ixtapan on order of Cañedo; Cañedo in Zacualpam; end of recruiting campaign; effort of his enemies to discredit his work.
8687 Limón, Francisco. Ixtapam, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. April 2, 1870.
Amnesty of Plata; danger from Arce, Trujillo, Roverón, and Quesada; bandit sources in Guerrero and District of Aldama; departure from Temascaltepec for Tenancingo; Jefe político of Coatepec.
8688 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Buenavista, Telegram. April 2, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Reinforcements in Chalco; rebels in Ameca; withdrawal toward Tierra Caliente or Milpa Alta.
8689 Rivera Melo, Luis. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Libro mayor R.S. Mexico. April 2, 1870.
Study of new proposal of Miguel Cruz with aid of Méndez; delay in returning.
8690 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, ALS. April 3, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Escort sent under orders of C[aptain] Martín Lechuga and Alférez Anselmo Caballero.
8691 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro. Mexico, LS. April 3, 1870.
3 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Promise to send copy of budget when printed; decision of committee to provide funds for the Estado mayor of the President; Zamacona; Poder Ejecutivo; funds reduced for Tribunales de circuito and salaries of some Promotores; funds for Europe and America put together in Foreign Relations; funds for Veracruz and Jalisco; Seguridad Pública; funds for mails; encouragement of stamps instead of sealed paper; federal service to be unified; minor changes in Ministerio de Justicia; public instruction; scholarships in Colegio militar reduced; Escuelas prácticas de artillería; Colegio naútico postponed; size of army reduced 600; Jefaturas de hacienda joined to Administradores de papel sellado; funds for public debt; construction at Laguna Seca; amortization of Carbajal bonds; total: $15 million; amendment offered to pay all salaries without preference.
8692 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. April 3, 1870.
Arrival of prisoners; Juan García brought by Garduño separately, left to continue journey; Crescencio Fragoso sent to Tlalnepantla; policy toward band of Abraham Plata; escape of Domínguez and Franco at Jacala; their recapture; advice to Villagrán; discrepancy in lists; Escalón.
8693 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Mexico, ALS. April 3, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recommendation of Castañeda for leniency toward Plata and his men; recommendation that they not be released; Carlos; Cuamatla; examination of the hacienda for possible divisions; meeting of Robert with Rivera Melo; return of Terreros; investigation suggested of action of the garrison during attack on Chalco by Noriega; ammunition sent; minor trouble on La Asunción.
8694 Barajas, Ceferino. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Libro mayor R.S. Mexico. April 3, 1870.
Inventory; loan to Carlos; coaches sent to Paso del Macho; trip of Parada and Campos y Zamora with letters from the Governor and the President for General Alatorre; P. Garay; Agustín; guard on road; Terreros; coaches at Buenavista station; Martínez de la Torre; J. Ignacio; José Rincon's travel to Puebla; servants from Jalpa and Tepotzotlán; Plácida la recamarera; letters from Escudero, Escalante, Barreiro, and Tavera; Srita. Sánchez; Garrido; Payno.
8695 Cañedo, Nicolás T. Tlalmanalco, ALS. April 3, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Rebel attack on Tlalmanalco; shortage of ammunition; warning by Alcalde de Río Frío; Juan Francisco; approach of Noriega; aid from Ameca, Tenango, Temamatla, and Ayotzingo; message from Ulibarri; guards on prisoners; withdrawal from town.
8696 Pérez Tejada, Joaquín. Tepotzotlán, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. April 4, 1870.
Election results in Zumpango; election of Manuel Terreros, with Lic. Francisco Estévez substitute; local celebration; recovery from illness after bleeding and a cáustico.
8697 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. April 4, 1870.
Lists of prisoners checked with Mejía; new plan for Plata and his band criticized; Riva Palacio's withdrawal from office opposed; criticism by Santa Anna in 1833 recalled.
8698 Garrido, A[lejandro]. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. April 5, 1870.
Watermark: JOYNSON 1865.
Employees at Zimapán; payment of old debt of State of Mexico; appeal to Pachuca; Refugito.
8699 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. April 5, 1870.
Certificate of election of Manuel Terreros; certificate for Francisco Estévez from Colegio electoral.
8700 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, ALS. April 5, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Election at Zumpango reported to Sánchez Solís; complete freedom in election; activity of Colonel Cruz; need for popular participation in case of danger; refusal by Justo, Miguel Morales, Agapito Morales, Reyes Herrera, José María Jiménez, and Jesús Ortega to participate; imprisonment of these; meeting of Consejo to consider their case; Juez de Letras; intercesion by Marín and Dosamantes; prisoners freed on bond.
8701 Sheridan, C[arlos] O. Texcoco, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. April 5, 1870.
Plan to raise small force of Guardia Nacional; apathy of residents; example set in Tlalmanalco; bands of Lozano and Noriega; bands from Tlaxcala; threat to eastern part of district; receipt of ammunition and guns; Cañedo in Tlalmanalco; surrender of Plata; decrease in payments by Administrador de Rentas on order of the Tesorería.
8702 Reyes, José V.(?) Ixtlahuaca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Henri Bouche & Ce. Bordeaux. April 5, 1870.
Measures taken to look for refugee from Plata's band; request for replacement.
8703 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. April 5, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Concern of Governor for chiefs of rebel band shown in letter to Berriozábal; trial unavoidable; bands of Sotero Lozano and Paulino Noriega defeated by General Leyva at Cruz del Marqués on road to Cuernavaca; pursuit by Carrión and Escalona in area of Capulín and Jalatlaco; inconvenience of federal troops; adequate defense needed.
8704 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. April 5, 1870.
Meeting with Mejía on welfare of prisoners; comparison with similar case of Rosario Flores; appointment of Jurado de Calificación; repulse of Noriega and Lozano at Milpa Alta; withdrawal to Santiago Tianguistengo; defeat at La Guarda; pursuit by Legión del Norte, Cuéllar's cavalry, and by Carrión, Prefecto de Tlalpam.
8705 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. April 5 (?), 1870.
List of expenses prepared by Jefe político de Coatepec; illness; movements of Bernal; Hacienda de Jalmolonga suspected of aiding rebels; danger of armed resistance.
8706 Cañedo, Nicolás T. Texcoco, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. April 7, 1870.
Rebels reported by Receptor de Rentas de Tlalmanalco to be in Cuautlinchan (San Miguel Coatlinchan?) (Cuautinchán?), Texcoco District; Sheridan; pay reduced by Administrador de rentas; Mariscal de la línea; orders of T'esorería General; Reglamento de Gendarmería.
8707 Riva y Echeverría, A. Mexico, Telegram. April 7, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrival without incident.
8708 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. April 7, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Search for escapees by scouts and veintenas; good morale in area; defeat of rebels at Huizoltepec (Huitziltepec?) near Zacpam (Zumpango del Río, Bravos District, Guerrero?); death of Juan García; municipalidad de Malinalco.
8709 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. monogram. April 7, 1870.
Appreciation for past work; meeting anticipated.
8710 Ortega, Román. Zacualpam, ALS. April 3, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Francisco Limón in Tenancingo; command relinquished to the Presidente Municipal; replacement by Zacarías Díaz, Comandante and Jefe de Seguridad Pública; rebels reported in Llano del Despoblado, collecting toll.
8711 García, Ezequiel. Coatepec Harinas, ALS. April 8, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting of merchants and leaders; need for self protection; small force organized, paid locally.
8712 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. April 8, 1870.
Band led by Rodríguez en route to Tolcayuca; pursuit into Hidalgo; pursuit by Villagrán in Tula District; prisoners executed; pursuit of Santillán with aid of Molina and Verdiguel; Domínguez and Paulino executed in Jacala.
8713 Marín, José. Cuautitlán, ALS. April 9, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting called by Molina as Jefe Político; need for universal resistance to bandits; opposition of José María Jiménez; imprisonment of dissenters; leniency requested by writer and Dosamantes; release of prisoners.
8714 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Corner damaged. April 10, 1870.
Plan to offer amnesty to Santillán fails; arrest ordered; Aguirre de la Barrera to defend Plata; aid of Julián Montiel not definite; Carlos; Rivera Melo suggested to defend others; leniency planned by Government; errors by Miguel in writing; execution of Noriega.
8715 _____. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Edge damaged. April 11, 1870.
Rivera Melo invited as defender; meeting of Aguirre with Plata at Santiago; La Asunción; Santillán executed by Gendarmerie; peace in Tlalnepantla and Cuautitlán; Barreiro.
8716 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. April 11, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrival of messengers from Sotomayor, seeking amnesty; report from Comandante Vargas of quarrel among rebels at Tonatico; arrival of individuals seeking amnesty.
8717 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. April 12, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Approval of surrender of Pascual Valdés on same terms as Abraham Plata; towns warned to resist attacks; warning against aiding rebels.
8718 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, ALS. April 12, 1870.
3 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Death of Santillán and Bernardo Valle; Colonel Cruz; improvement of local garrison; difficulty of administration when district was part of Zumpango; difficulties of predecessors with personal animosities; opposition of José María Jiménez, a barber and ex-secretary of Tultitlán; request for leave to move family. Includes copy of article sent by Jiménez to be published:
a. José María Jiménez: [Carta a los redactores del Monitor Republicano.] Cuautitlán, 1 l. f. 3. Meeting held to require residents to go armed; article sent earlier, published in No. 5545. April 11, 1870.
8719 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. April 14, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Bartolo Santillán captured by the Gendarmerie; capture and execution of Noriega and “General” Santa Anna; execution of 12; receipt of circular; peace in Coatepec and Almoloya; capture and execution of Vicente Macedo.
8720 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. April 14, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Approval of governor's policy; collection of recruits for cavalry; Pascual Valdez reported ill but ready to surrender; articles by Diputados Trinidad García and García de la Cadena in the Diario del Gobierno.
8721 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. April 14, 1870.
Report delayed of capture of Santillán; Circular 12 to be implemented.
8722 Juárez, Benito. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 19.5 × 25 cm. Weak colofon, embossed shield and crown. April 15, 1870.
Agreement on usefulness of the Senate; discussion among deputies of reforms supported by state legislatures.
8723 Reyes, José V. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Henri Bouche & Co., Bordeaux. April 16, 1870.
Orders for gathering of recruits; destruction of band of Plata; meeting of Junta.
8724 Sotomayor, Cástulo. Tenancingo, ALS. April 16, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for amnesty; 5-year service against the Empire; offer made by Colonel Limón to allow retirement into private life; pronunciamiento explained as reaction against failure of government to keep promises made by General Díaz for services against the Empire.
8725 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. April 16, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Surrender of Cástulo Sotomayor; terms of amnesty discussed earlier; meeting with governor suggested; Gobierno General not to be notified; inadvisability of his leaving the state; reduction of local troops; delivery of money for a merchant.
8726 Espinosa de los Monteros, Manuel. Mexico, ALS. April 17, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Concern for security of residents of Tepetlaoxtoc; capture by bandits, taken to Cerro de la[s] Lajas (?); hill named Cuagio (?); Cerro Gordo, District of Otumba; $20,000 ransom asked on pain of torture and death; escape to Santo Domingo; aid of Rafael Álvarez and Cura de Axapusco; journey finished by train; accomplices of Guillermo Beltrán; report to Jefatura política de Texcoco; danger to Tomás Espinosa; law enforcement needed. Signed: Cura propio de Tezontepec.
8727 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, LS. April 17, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
$300 spent on repair of bridge at Chalchihuapan [Ixtlahuaca District]; aid of Jesús Rosales; bridge of Santa Ana, road to Tecualoya [near Toluca]; construction of market on the plaza; Francisco Limón; road construction to Ixtla by volunteer work; request for funds from the Ministro de Fomento; construction of road to Ixtapan; road closed by Comandante militar José María García in past; plans by José María Monroy and Estanislao Oscoz (Oscox?).
8728 Herrera, Juan Bautista. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram: JMG. April 17, 1870.
Suffering from bandits at Parangueo reported by Francisco Salgado; payments authorized by Castillo; difficulty of sending money to Irapuato or Guanajuato; Parangueo reported held by Bravo; pursuit by Colonel Franco; Botija; use of corn from Cuamatla; interview with Nicolás and Governor needed; reduction in pay asked; hacienda examined by Berriozábal; plan for dividing the area; examination by Eugenio Barreiro; price of sections to be set by Martínez.
8729 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. April 18, 1870.
Junta of leading residents held to prepare for local defenses; assault on Silvestre Juárez at Ozumba; permission requested to sell horses taken from robbers, using proceeds to repay Berriozábal for horses given to Gendarmerie; horses taken to Texcoco.
8730 Ordorica, M[] M. Tenancingo, LS. April 18, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm. 1 l. 22 × 33 cm.
Arrangements with Ayuntamiento for construction of old road to Ixtapan crossing Municipalidad de Villa Guerrero; protest received from José María García. Protest transmitted:
a. José María García: [Carta al Alcalde Municipal de Tenancingo.] Villa Guerrero, Copy, signed José H. Quevedo, Secretario. 1 l. f. 2. Road under construction to Tepetzingo, on writer's property; road open to bandits; construction protested. April 17, 1870.
8731 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. April 18, 1870.
Trap set for Santillán successful; request for pay for aides in the plan; Gendarmerie's horse lost; uniforms for gendarmerie; pursuit of bandit Juan Rivera; turned over for trial; irregularities in municipal accounts; accounting needed.
8732 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. April 20, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Wagons robbed at Barranca de Juárez (?), Puebla-Mexico road near Río Frío; robbers from Distrito de Huejotzingo, Puebla; pursuit by residents and by Gendarmerie under Major Rafael Funes; prisoners sent for trial under Law of April 13, 1869; question about legality of law of Congreso General, not published officially; request of Casimiro Munguía for custody of registry of the Juez primero under Law of April 30, 1861; loss of books previously; Lic. Barrios.
8733 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. April 21, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Incident in Malinalco; report from Coatepec Harinas, criticizing conduct of Rafael Izquierdo; refusal to co-operate with Jefe político; bad example set by Jalmolonga, followed by Malinalco; danger from Jefe Político de Tetecala; band reported led by Eduardo Arze.
8734 Durán, Rafael. Prisión en Tlaltelolco, LS. April 21, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Surrender and imprisonment; message delivered to General Lorenzo Vega, Mayor de la Plaza; Captain José María Acosta; Contreras; request for better treatment.
8735 Acipreste, Andrés. Mexico, ALS. April 21, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for appointment as Jefe político in Cuautitlán; service in Guardia Nacional and at Cuautitlán; Administrador de Contribuciones Directas in Tenancingo; refusal to serve under General Santa Anna; Simón Guzmán.
8736 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, LS. April 21, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Surrender of Sotomayor to Colonel Limón; refusal to allow special treatment.
8737 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. April 22, 1870.
Defense of request for reward to assistants in trapping Santillán; plan to present them with an English pistol each; meeting called under Circular 12.
8738 Cañedo, Nicolás T. Otumba, ALS. April 22, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Abduction of Cura Espinosa in Tepetlaoxtoc; Sheridan; report received in Chalco; escort to Xometla; journey continued by train; story of priest doubted; complaints against hacendados in Texcoco and Otumba; defense by Tablada; wagons robbed on Puebla road at Barranca de Juanes; capture of prisoners; band of Octaviano Valle dissolved.
8739 Juárez, Benito. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 19.5 × 25 cm. Name embossed. April 22, 1870.
Agreement of State Legislature for the creation of a Senate; aid to the federal system; agreement of most other Governors; favorable majority in Legislature.
8740 Gómez, Juan. Tenango, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. April 22, 1870.
Band of bandits reported at Acupilco (Acopilco?) or Tianguistenco by Levya; earlier at Jalatlaco; Muñoz en route to Jalmolonga; Limón.
8741 Zubieta, José. Tlalnepantla, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. April 22, 1870.
Coyotepec incident; delays for interviews with Cayetano Gómez y Pérez and Isidro Montiel; interpretation of writing.
8742 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Mexico, LS. April 24, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Invitation to join company in May, accompanied by Montiel and by Anza; support in plan to drain La Laguna; new project of public works; Plata.
8743 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, ALS. April 24, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Comandante M. Muñoz; theft of mules; guards at Ocuila[n]; the Coatepec incident; letter from Lerdo, refusing request; treatment of Sotomayor; influence of Cortina suggested.
8744 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. April 24, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Local security force raised under Circular 12; fine for residents not attending junta; recruits requested by Ministro de la Guerra; effort of family of Albino Casales to obtain his return; service as servant to Ignacio Urdaurrazaga (Vidaurrazaga?); funds needed to continue telegraph office at Buenavista.
8745 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, ALS. April 26, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Recommendation to Gómez Flores, en route to Zacualpam; Bernal sent to Malinalco; departure for Coatepec and Zacualpam; inauguration of work on drainage of La Laguna de Lerma.
8746 Leyva, F[rancisco] de. Cuernavaca, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon removed. April 27, 1870.
Documents published in Periódico oficial; opinion requested on whether State Constitution of Morelos has been violated; opinion requested on propriety of Article 63 of proposed new constitution; bands led by Arce and Aragón in south of Puebla, rarely reaching Jonacatepec.
8747 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. April 27, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting of junta for preparation of local defenses; message from Alcalde de Milpa Alta and Jefe político de Xochimilco, requesting aid at La Lagunilla, Paraje del Monte de Juchitepec; refuge of Octaviano Valle; Alcalde of Ayotzingo and Alcalde de Juchitepec sent to patrol area; Cañedo; withdrawal of Gendarmerie to Toluca; repayment to Berriozábal for horses; attempted abduction in Ozumba; limitations on official powers; powers questioned by Felipe Méndez; question of powers to handle case of Protestants occupying a chapel at Chimal [Texcoco District]; reforms needed in Juzgados de Letras; opposition to Indian land claims.
8748 Cañedo, Nicolás T. Texcoco, LS. April 28, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Incident in Tepetlaoztoc; Pachuca requested to send children of Toribio Espinosa, residents in Tezontepec; abduction of Espinosa; incident blamed on enmity caused by land dispute; acknowledgement of kind treatment by Governor; telegraph at Tepexpan; Cruz.
8749 Ortega, José María. Lerma, ALS. April 28, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Cejudo at San Bartolomé Otzolotepec; preparations for active defense made; orders to Escalona and Muñiz; Garduño; Cejudo's journey to Toluca.
8750 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. April 28, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Bravo reported in Mexico State; General Juan N. Cortina sent to pursue him; recommendation for Cortina.
8751 Rovalo, A[gustín]. Mexico, ALS. April 29, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Financial difficulties; income from Santa Inés; support of Lic. Prado; Lic. Mariano Contreras, Juez de Letras in Morelos discharged by Leyva; recommended for position in Mexico State.
8752 Arce, Francisco. Guerrero, LS. April 29, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Accusation against the Executivo; calling of Gran Jurado by the Congreso del Estado; accusations against public officials; legality of Law of March 24, 1813 by Cortes Españolas when Guerrero was part of State of Mexico; inadequacy of archives.
8753 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. April 29, 1870.
Appointment of committee to study the Calpulalpam problem; transfer of the problem with the land to State of Tlaxcala, opposition to proposals.
8754 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. April 29, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Pursuit of Cabecilla Esteban Bravo by General Cortina in Jilotepec and Soyaniquilpan; possible search in Cuautitlán and Tepeji; Tesorería questioned on pay for Wueis (Weis?); approval by Ministro de Hacienda.
8755 Escalante, Joaquín. Mexico, LS. April 29, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Water-mark: Lacroix & Fréres.
Suit of Ignacio Reyes against government for value of ranchos; preferences claimed by residents of Amecameca; legality of their recourse to courts under Law of March 4, 1861; invitation to visit Otzolotepec declined; the Coyotepec affair.
8756 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. April 30, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Watermark: LNL.
Bravo reported at La Soledad and El Casadero (?); pursuit by General Régules and Lieutenant Colonel Villagrán; advance of General Cortina; Lic. Valentín Gómez Tagle to replace Riva Palacio during leave period.
8757 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, ALS. April 30, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Defeat of Eulalio Núñez by Bravo; execution of residents in Jilotepec; Rafael Espinosa of Tula killed; approach of General Juan N. Cortina; Villagrán and General Régules at Tula and Arroyozarco; Querétaro stagecoach robbed at La Soledad; arrival of band at Ranchería de Santa Gertrudis, part of Hacienda de La Concepción, reported by Presidente municipal de Tepotzotlán; route to Nopala and Mezquital; troops requested from Cruz; defense of Zumpango and Tlalnepantla; Santillán; Tepeji.
8758 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. April 30, 1870.
Return to Mexico delayed by Bravo's invasion; defeat of federals at Jilotepec with heavy loss; death of Guadalupe Butrón; disappearance toward Mezquital.
8759 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. May 1, 1870.
Incident caused by Protestants in Chimal in use of a chapel for religious services; officials criticized by Padre Villagelin in meetings at Amecameca and Ozumba; large number of participants; slowness of civil process; members from Atlautla; Chávez.
8760 JUNTA DIRECTIVA, SOCIEDAD ARTÍSTICA DE PROTECCIÓN MUTUA. Toluca, Signed; Juan F. Olmedo, Presidente General. 1 l. Printed form. May 2, 1870.
22 × 33 cm.
Appointment as honorary member; purpose to improve arts, develop national industry, improve conditions of the working class, and help country with education and morality.
8761 Núñez, E[ulalio]. Jilotepec, LS. May 3, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recruits requested by Ministro de la Guerra General Mejía for service in corps of “Supremos Poderes”; possible use of vagabonds; General Cortina at Soyaniquilpan and Hacienda de Guapango (Huapango); bandits at Tequisquiapan.
8762 Gómez, Valentín. Toluca, ALS. 2 l. 22 × 27 cm. Monogram. May 3, 1870.
Meeting of Junta Directiva del Desagüe; report on activities; Saluda; López; administrative changes needed; Puente de San Bartolo; Puente de Pate; property of Doña Rosa y Peralta; Síndico de Lerma; collection of tolls; Cejudo.
8763 SECRETARÍA DE RELACIONES, SOCIEDAD ARTÍSTICA DE PROTECCIÓN MUTUA. Toluca, Signed: Luis Cano y Rodríguez, Secretario. May 3, 1870.
1 l. 22 × 33 cm.
Notice of election of Riva Palacio by the Junta Directiva as honorary member. Transmittal of form. Signature line: Libertad, Igualdad y Fraternidad.
8764 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. May 8, 1870.
Appearance of Octaviano Valle and Manuel Villa at La Calavera on boundary of Morelos and Chalco districts; alarm sent to Ozumba, Tepetlixpa, and Juchitepec; disposal of property taken from bandits; horses supplied by Berriozábal for Gendarmerie; plan to send resignation to substitute governor; need for change in organization of the district; prison at Chalco; rainy season to begin.
8765 _____. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. May 11, 1870.
Problem of the Protestants; Reform Laws; effort to avoid religious controversy; complaint by Cura de Chimal to Alcalde de Ozumba; a santo Cristo allegedly burned by Nicolás Rodríguez; Rodríguez turned over to Juez de Letras; 32 Protestants in prison.
8766 MINISTERIO DE JUSTICIA E INSTRUCCIÓN PÚBLICA, SECCIÓN DE ARCHIVO. Mexico, Signed: Iglesias. May 12, 1870.
1 l. 22 × 33 cm.
Watermark: Rolland & Frères.
Beginning of 4-month leave authorized by the Legislature of State of Mexico. Signature line: Independencia y Libertad.
8767 SECRETARÍA DE ESTADO Y DEL DESPACHO DE GOBERNACIÓN. Mexico, Signed: M(?) Saavedra. May 12, 1870.
1 l. 22 × 33 cm.
Lic. Valentín Gómez y Tagle to replace Riva Palacio during 4-month leave period.
8768 Quesada, M. New York, LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. May 12, [18]70.
Employment by “República de Cuba” to purchase arms and ships and contract for men from the United States and Mexico; request for advice on raising expedition for the Ejército Libertador.
8769 Villagelin, Bernardo de. Chimalhuacán, Chalco, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Libro Mayor R.S. Mexico. May 12, 1870.
Watermark: Lacroix & Frères.
Charges against Nicolás Rodríguez; his involvement in unrest at Ozumba; favoritism charged against Jefe político of Tlalmanalco.
8770 Fuentes y Muñiz, Jesús. Toluca, ALS. May 19, 1870.
3 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Payno's history to be sent to the districts; delivery of uniforms by Henkel; Lerdo's approval of request by Limón; artillery supported by General [Vicente?] Riva Palacio; amusement of Juárez and Mejía; books by García Cubas examined by Profesor de Geografía at the Institute for possible adoption; request for copy of commerical book by Pardo; return by Berriozábal; Nacho; correction of the map of the State postponed until after wet season; Iglesias; delay in receiving reports on Plata; opening of Hotel del S. Guiloss[]. Valdez' work on the palacio building; Calle de la Concordia; purchase of construction material; casas consistoriales demolished; military expenses for Lerma, Tenango, Ixtlahuaca, and Jilotepec; prison guards; permanent garrison for Palpa agreed on by Governor of Morelos; Limón; success of Bernal at Puente de Jalmolonga; death of Trujillo; Cabecilla Martínez wounded; meeting with Cejudo; Garduño to be Jefe de Lerma and Tenango; state help to families victimized by Bravo distributed by Diputado Enríquez in Jilotepec; action at Rancho del Rosal; meeting of Junta del desagüe; drainage work to begin; fountain removed by Valdez from Colegio de niños, to be placed in the Plazuela; Joaquín.
8771 Núñez, E[ulalio]. Jilotepec, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. May 19, 1870.
Report of Jesús Villagómez and Ignacio Vega of the band of Esteban Bravo reported at Venta de Calderas, Municipalidad de Acambay; San Andrés Timilpan; capture and execution of prisoners; execution of Agustín Sánchez, arrested by Miguel Victoria; Law of April 9, 1869; bodies displayed on public highway near Soyaniquilpan; troops requested for Jilotepec.
8772 _____. Jilotepec, LS. May 20, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Protest channels violated in effort of Administrador de Rentas to influence Presidente del Ayuntamiento to employ José Marroquín as secretary.
8773 Plata, Abraham. Santiago, LS. May 22, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request for help.
8774 SECRETARÍA DE LA JUNTA MENOR DIRECTIVA DE LA DESECACIÓN DE LA LAGUNA DE LERMA. Toluca, Signed: Manuel Gómez. May 24, 1870.
1 l. 22 × 33 cm., 1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Delays in obtaining easements from owners for the canal; committee appointed to deal with Icaza, owner of Hacienda de Buenavista. Includes unsigned draft of reply stating that Icaza has agreed to let the work continue; dated May 26, 1870, addressed to Manuel Gómez.
8775 García, Juan. LS. May 25, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Companions reported sentenced to one year in Campeche without declaration; prisoners in Belén; request for speedy trial.
8776 Carrero, Francisco. Toluca, ALS. May 26, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Dissatisfaction with position offered in the Sección de Guerra or as Jefe político; inadequate salaries; request for aid in finding position in Mexico; experience as Jefe de oficina; secretario de Generales en Jefe; Supremo Tribunal de la Guerra.
8777 Díaz, Ramón. Toluca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Henri Bouche & Co. Bordeaux. June 2, 1870.
Agustín González Fuentes; project for railroad to Mexico; efforts to find shareholders.
8778 Lechuga, Urbano. Toluca, LS. June 5, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Sentencing of Guillermo Moral; publication in papers; orders given in Soyaniquilpan to obtain arms in Jilotepec.
8779 Hernández, Ignacio. Cuautitlán, ALS. June 5, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Support of substitute governor; local finances of government; Toluca.
8780 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. June 7, 1870.
Pronunciados del Valle; attack on Vicente Granados reported by Alcalde de Ayotzingo; visit to Cocotitlán in search of bandidos Felipe Acatitla and Rosalino Aguilar; Gendarmes asked to seek bandits; Zula; San Pablo; Chalco.
8781 López Monroy, J[osé] M[aría]. Hacienda de San Nicolás Peralta, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Henri Bouche & Co. Bordeaux. June 8, 1870.
Isidoro de la Torre; explanation for slowness of the work of drainage; Salceda; representation by Guillermo González; Administrador de la Hacienda de Santa Catarina.
8782 Manero, María de Jesús A. de. Tlalnepantla, LS. June 8, 1870.
1 l. 20.5 × 27 cm.
Request for help in finding position for husband; recommendation of Iglesias.
8783 Mier, A[ntonio?] de. Lisbon, LS. June 10, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Isabel's need for medicinal baths; local dress similar to dress in Mexico; French styles for higher class; widebrim hat called national distinction of Mexico; reforms in Portugal compared with those in Mexico, with emphasis on religion; monasteries turned into hospitals, headquarters, and public offices; budget overspent; novitiates restricted; confiscation of nuns' property; Irish nuns aided by Protestant English government to show British influence; priests in civilian clothes; French legation; Bishop of Viseu reported minister in the government, now candidate for post of Cardenal Patriarca de Lisboa; monarchy in low repute; comic opera used to ridicule King; ministry deposed by General Duque de Saldanha; invasion of Palace by troops; Vicente; Barajitas.
8784 Fuentes y Muñiz, Jesús. Toluca, Telegram. June 11, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrival of Méndez; work at Portezuelo and La Magdalena; Aguirre expected at El Mayorazgo.
8785 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. June 14, 1870.
Article in El Siglo, June 9, from San Bartolo Naucalpan on delays in pay; report of Presidente del Ayuntamiento of Naucalpan; pay of teachers; copy sent to Payno to correct the article.
8786 Gómez, Valentín. Toluca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. June 14, 1870.
Appeal of Merlin to save the Sacristía de la Veracruz from claims by Jacobo González as part of nationalized property; Cruz; approval by Government; house of Padilla; disapproval of program.
8787 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, ALS. July 15, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Pursuit of Lagarde by Cruz in Puesto de Montero (Zumpango district?); Joaquín Pérez Tejada.
8788 Leyva, F[rancisco] de. Cuernavaca, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed letterhead. June 15, 1870.
Proposals to Legislature for settling problem of debt and boundaries; Lynch chosen by Legislature; request for use of influence to return to writer's proposal. Includes draft of answer, dated June 17, concerning Decree 36; bad effects of continual difficulties between governors and legislatures; refusal to interfere in affairs of another state.
8789 Barte, Hipólito C. ALS. June 20, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for letter of recommendation to Gómez Tagle; travel to Toluca for his health; service with Berriozábal.
8790 Fuentes y Muñiz, Jesús. Toluca, ALS. June 20, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
$100 sent to Méndez; drainage problems; article by Altamirano in El Siglo 19 against Gómez Tagle over treatment of protestants at Chimalhuacán.
8791 Ortega, Eulalio María. Toluca, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Colofon. July 8, 1870.
Imprisonment of Manuel J. Madrid; enmity of Olascoaga over contract terms; hacienda at Mineral del Oro; quarrel taken to Recaudador de Ixtlahuaca; extraction of valuable minerals; arrest on entry into Toluca; Carlos del Moral, Jefe político; Lic. Sánchez Mireles; influence of Alberto García; request for letters of recommendation to local lawyers. Includes draft of reply by Riva Palacio, July 9, 1870, to Lic. Jesús Sánchez Mireles, recommending Ortega as a well-known lawyer in Mexico.
8792 Plata, Abraham. Tlaltelulco, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Colofon: Libro mayor RS Mexico. July 9, 1870.
Preparation for trial before Consejo de guerra; request for aid.
8793 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. July 11, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter from Lic. Jesús Fuentes for Cruz delivered by Lic. Zubieta; defense against bandits.
8794 Sánchez Mireles, Jesús. Toluca, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. July 11, 1870.
Receipt of letter recommending Lic. Ortega.
8795 Rangel, Joaquín. Mexico, LS. July 14, 1870.
2 l. 21.5 × 28.5 cm.
Receipt of recommendation for Jesús Fuentes Muñiz; messenger sent to Toluca.
8796 Leyva, F[rancisco] de. Cuernavaca, LS. July 15, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of copy of “Observaciones al Proyecto de Constitución” sent to the Congreso Constituyente.
8797 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. July 19, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrival of ammunition in Toluca; payment for expenses involved with men of Plata.
8798 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. July 20, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Difficulties in organizing the railroad to Toluca; delay of Fuentes y Muñiz in furnishing information for setting up the company; Lic. Francisco Pérez new Jefe político; garrison in El Valle.
8799 Sánchez Solís, Felipe. Toluca, LS. July 24, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Good discipline in school; study of languages and science; lack of progress in printing, shoemaking, carpentry, and tailoring; hydraulics; geometry; plan to replace tailoring and shoemaking by lithography and stone masonry; improvements in drawing and topography; Academy of music; unpaid tuition bills; praise for Aurio Mañón and son Elías presented by Dávalos.
8800 Fuentes y Muñiz, Jesús. Toluca, ALS. July 25, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Death of Juan Molina; illness of brother Rafael and of wife; articles on the railroad printed in paper; Junta directiva; arrangements for land purchase; progress of work on drainage; Torre; repayment ot Mejía from Treasury; activities of Gendarmerie in Tlalnepantla; Calle de San Lorenzo; German Henkel; Valdez to present plans for palace; release of Barreiro and “Los de Chimalhuacán”; case studied by Gómez; partial printing of the Memoria; Rosales; arrival of American ship awaited; Vicente in Havana.
8801 GEFATURA POLÍTICA DEL DISTRITO DE ZUMPANGO. Zumpango, Signed: N. Cruz. July 25, 1870.
1 l. 22 × 32 cm.
Birthday greetings from the Ayuntamientos.
8802 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, ALS. July 26, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Birthday greetings.
8803 Gómez Flores, Miguel. Toluca, LS. July 26, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Birthday greetings.
8804 Gómez, Valentín. Toluca, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. July 28, 1870.
Jesús Basurto abducted at Rancho de los Perales, District of Ixtlahuaca; pursuit by Jefe político of Ixtlahuaca; El Oro; San Felipe del Obraje; Cejudo at Enyeje and Las Cruces; Jefe político de Tlalnepantla; decree of Diputación permanente for new elections; Fuentes' support; progress of drainage; Ingeniero G[u]errero; labor difficulties; Hacienda de la J; illness of brother; Garay; Puente de Temoaya; Buenavista; Torre; Chucho; return of seat of government to Chalco requested; repair to jail; Juzgado de Tlalmanalco; effort of residents to be moved to Distrito Federal. In pencil: Guadalupe Ramírez (Barreiro?).
8805 Merlin, Buenaventura. Toluca, LS. August 2, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Letter from Labastida discussed with Ángel Sobrino; contributions for church solicited. Includes two separate pieces:
a. [Labastida,] Pelagio A[ntonio]. Rome, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. f. 2-2v. Correspondence with Cura Merlin concerning purchase of a “bellisimo altar” in Rome; negotiations with Sres. Fangalli involving 10,000 pesos; failure of negotiations to return to Mexico. May 12, 1870.
b. [Mariano Riva Palacio:] [Borrador de carta a Buenaventura Merlin.] Mexico, 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. f. 3-3v. Rodríguez; día de Santa Ana; efforts to find money for purchase of altar. August 9, 1870.
8806 Guerra [Manzanares], Mariano. Otumba, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. August 4, 1870.
Plan for exhibits at the exposition in Toluca in December.
8807 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, ALS. August 4, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Plans for exhibits at the exhibition in Toluca.
8808 DIRECCIÓN DE CONTRIBUCIONES DIRECTAS DEL DISTRITO FEDERAL. Mexico, Signed: J. Ramírez, ejecutor. 2 l. 17 × 22 cm. Stamped letterhead. August 4, 1870.
Order to appear to settle the “contribución sobre su profesión”. $176 shown due. Address: Medinas 20 S. José el Real.
8809 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. August 5, 1870.
Watermark: Lacroix & Frères.
Proposed settlement with Director de Contribuciones; offer of certificate as Rector del Colegio de Abogados; neglect in obtaining title earlier; problem of accepting settlement with minor title; possible return of Martínez de Castro to Ministry; certificate offered.
8810 _____. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. August 5, 1870.
Recommendation to Director de Contribuciones to suspend the case; arrangements with Lic. Suárez to provide certificate of title as lawyer.
8811 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. August 6, 1870.
Co-operation in preparing exhibits for exposition; Cruz; Molina.
8812 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. August 6, 1870.
Co-operation in obtaining exhibits for exposition; Chalco; Ignacio Herrera; escape of 40 prisoners; recapture of part; letter by Chávez to Fuentes Muñiz about hiring another escribiente.
8813 Limón, Francisco. Toluca, LS. August 6, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of back pay from Administración del Papel sellado and the Jefatura de Hacienda; request for order for payment of remaining back pay.
8814 Leyva, F[rancisco] de. Cuernavaca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 25 cm. Monogram. August 8, 1870.
Transmittal of new periodical with account of imprisonment of Olaguíbel; advice requested; possible constitutional question.
8815 Núñez, E[ulalio]. Jilotepec, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. August 8, 1870.
Plan to furnish exhibits for the exposition.
8816 Olvera, A[ntonio]. Ixtlahuaca, LS. August 8, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Watermark: LNL.
Return from pursuit of bandits in Montes de Angangueo; bandits from Zitácuaro; birthday greetings; Divina Providencia.
8817 Torre, I[sidoro] de la. Hacienda de San Nicolás, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Henri Bouche & Co Bordeaux. August 10, 1870.
Introduction to José María López Monroy; preparation of report to present to the Legislature concerning the peones on the estate; need for engineers with practical background; Cejudo.
8818 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. August 10, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Co-operation in finding exhibits for the exposition; progress of drainage project; lack of tools; difficulties created by owners of the haciendas; Garay; travel of Vicente to Havana.
8819 Muñoz, Mariano. Tem[ascaltepe]c, LS. August 12, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Co-operation in sending exhibits for the exhibition at the Instituto Literario; mineral exhibits suggested.
8820 Gómez, Valentín. Toluca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27.5 cm. Monogram. August 13, 1870.
Legislature to meet; district elections; drainage canal approaching San Diego and Pat[h]é; arrangements with Trevillo; opposition of Sr. Uribe despite aid of Junta Administrativa; road from Tenancingo to Malinalco opened; rivalry between the two towns; payment for surveying instruments; pay for engineer; improvement of road via Ixtlahuaca, Jilotepec, and vicinity; arrangements with Méndez for land for new offices.
8821 Barrueta, Antonio. Almoloya, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Rolland Frères, Bordeaux. August 13, 1870.
Notice of exposition in Toluca as in 1850 and 1851; appointment as local chairman by the Junta Directiva of the exposition, to cover fields of industry, agriculture, mining, manufacturing, and art exhibits; other members of committe: Juan Saavedra, Severo Gorostieta, and Octaviano Camacho.
8822 Méndez, Luis. ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Colofon: Libro mayor R.S. Mexico. August 15, 1870.
Previous engagement with Santiago; meeting of Junta at later time requested; warning from Dublán.
8823 Sota Riva, M[anuel] de la. Toluca, ALS. August 17, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Notice of postponed meeting; $500 charge against house levied in 1861/1862 for No. 7, Callejón del Ratón by the Ministerio de Hacienda, sent to José María Villar y Dávila; confusion in house numbers 5, 7, and 9; bill sent to Ogarrio (?), represented by Manuel Dublán; explanation to son Javier; house numbers given “en tiempo del Rey”; Callejón del Obispo also called Del ratón.
8824 Fuentes y Muñiz, Jesús. Toluca, ALS. August 17, 1870.
4 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting with Sota Riva; the lottery; meeting with Torre at San Nicolás; study of the lottery desired by Méndez before writing proposed legislation; desire of Barrón to begin work on road to Tetecala; Gómez; Valle; approval of hacendados de Morelos; correction in map of state requested by Iglesias; slow sale of bonds; Méndez' plan to build (railroad?) station east of La Pelota, between Calle real and Calle de Santa Clara; Mezón de la plazuela de Zaragoza; “teatro viejo”; San Lorenzo line preferred to Huisquilucan; future center for commerce San Bartolomé Otzolotepec and not Toluca; pay for engineers; publication of the Memoria; release of people from Chimalhuacán refused; problem of ownership of their land; iniciativa on the Registro Público sent to Gómez; legal opinion that judges may not be charged with entries; publication of the Código; request for establishment of special offices for the registry; election of deputies from Toluca; Aguado; proposals of Torre; slow progress of drainage project; level of lake to be fixed by engineers together with Jueces de Letras in Tenango and Lerma and Síndicos of Atenco and Lerma (?); property markers of San Nicolás; objections of owner of Hacienda de Pat[h]é; payment of engineers and Limón; López Monroy; Riva; Ignacio and brother Felipe; construction of school hindered by lack of adobe; completion of el portal by Zimmerman; Calle del S. Sobrino; school construction; opening of “salón de mujeres del hospital”; lottery decree; road to Temascaltepec opened; collection of Times and of the Engineer (United States) articles on the railroad project for translation and publication; the budget.
8825 Carrero, Francisco. Toluca, ALS. August 21, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Reorganization of state offices; Sección de Guerra disbanded; police work shifted; Carlos Moral moved to district Jefatura; objection to being subordinated to an escribiente previously subordinate to writer.
8826 Gómez, Valentín. Toluca, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. August 29, 1870.
Legislative work postponed until final sessions of Legislature; opinion requested on proposed legislation; efforts to persuade Uribe to allow drainage work to cross his property; Garay; appeal to declare the work Utilidad pública for condemnation proceedings; the San Nicolás problem to be sent to Legislature; Fuentes; the Oficiales de Registro Público; delay of local Ayuntamiento in submitting the “Oficios de hipotecas.” Pencil note on back; Sra. Sánchez; casa de Padilla.
8827 Fuentes y Muñiz, Jesús. Toluca, ALS. September 1, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Discussion of the San Nicolás problem with Gómez; the lottery problem; Torre; preparation of iniciativa for the Legislature; Valdez; Junta de Lerma; procedure against owner of Pat[h]é; Nacho; Renedo; discussion with Auza on decisions of Suprema Corte concerning expropriated property for public use; constitutionality of expropriation laws; charter for town at San Nicolás; Mier; López Monroy; Sáyago; payment for Méndez; $6,000 left in treasury; garitas de México; military competence; medical certificate; Sociedad Corpio begun by Alas.
8828 Sánchez Solís, Felipe. Toluca, LS. September 2, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of cuadro sinóptico of classes being taught at the school; Barreda; preparations for the exposition; use of personal antique objects of value; “historia de los reyes Aztecas conservados en pieles, únicos en el país”; preparation of budget.
8829 Gómez, Valentín. Toluca, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. September 2, 1870.
New effort by Renedo and Mañón y Valle to persuade Uribe to allow canal across Hacienda de Paté; preparation of Junta Directiva to institute condemnation proceedings; expropriation of land; Monroy's interview with Uribe; report on San Nicolás sent to Legislature; complaint of Indians over seizure of animals and mistreatment; meeting with Torre.
8830 Aguilar, Mariano. Mexico, Telegram. September 2, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Capture of Paris; nearby battles.
8831 Mora, Guillermo. Canoa No. 5, ALS. September 3, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Decision of Tribunal Superior; accusation by Administrador de Rentas de Jilotepec; publication in Diario Oficial awaited.
8832 Saldívar, Refugio. Prisión militar, ALS. September 4, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Delay in trial; capture in company with Lieutenant Colonel Plata; $20 requested for use of family.
8833 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. September 5, 1870.
Berriozábal; departure for Chalco before Governor's return; approval of Juan Francisco; difficulties between Catholics and Protestants; Seguridad Pública recommended for district; request for return to office as Jefe Superior de la Gendarmería; Joaquín Alcalde.
8834 Galván, Blas. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Libro Mayor R.S. Mexico. September 11, 1870.
Concern for high crime rate in Otumba; trial procedure; the Tribunal Superior; measures taken to protect the powerful against the Indians.
8835 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro. Mexico, LS. September 11, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrival of French steamer Martínica in Veracruz; surrender of McMahon in Sedan; Bazaine; Napoleon prisoner of King of Prussia; French Republic declared; Gambetta President; execution of Napoleon's aide reported by Ministro de Ultramar de España to Capitán General de Cuba; excerpt from Diario de la Marina de la Habana; telegram of King Wilhelm to Queen of Prussia in Berlin.
8836 Aguilar, Mariano. Mexico, Telegram. September 11, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Surrender of MacMahon and Bazaine; Napoleon captured; Republic proclaimed in Paris.
8837 Cañedo, [T. Tuñón]. Mexico, Telegram. September 11, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrival of Lalanne in France; Napoleon's aide shot; Leboeuf captured; Gambetta President; Prussians in Paris; trouble feared between French and Prussians in Mexico.
8838 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Madrid, ALS. September 12, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Letter mailed from Santo Tomás; Josefina; siege of Paris; lack of postal treaty in Spain; meeting with Balaguer in home of Prim; observation of treaties; example of Jecker in international relations; war with France; Duque de Morny, brother of Napoleon; consultation with Sebastián; departure of Minister Delfín Sánchez, as Minister of Spain to Mexico; Antonio Mier; Manuel Payno; Montiel; study of agricultural improvements; French system for preventing thefts by employees discredited by the war; Barajitas.
8839 Mejía, F[rancisco]. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. September 14, 1870.
Support of Indians in Chimalhuacán; Lic. Pérez; request for reversal of earlier decision; survey of land bordering Costitlán; Zarco (?); study of case by Rivera Melo; impressions favorable to propietarios; justice requested for Chimalhuacán; danger of bandits on roads; punishment of Indians for alleged aid to bandits and comunistas by Jefe político de Texcoco and by Ayuntamiento; mixing with criminals.
8840 Portilla, J. de la. Tlalmanalco, ALS. September 17, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Report on charge against Ayuntamiento de Chalco taken to capital by Juan José Vallejo; sale of Rancho de la Huerta.
8841 Moral, N[icolás] del. Irapuato, ALS. September 18, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Invasion of Hacienda de Parangueo by band under Vázquez y Núñez; money and horses taken; authorities at Santiago; hacienda fined for not resisting; return of bandits; Carmelita. Includes copy of order:
a. Z. Guerrero: [Oficio al Administrador de la Hacienda de Parangueo.] Jefatura política del Valle de Santiago, Copy. 1 l. f. 2. Law of April 11, [1870?]; fine of $100 levied. September 13, 1870.
8842 Barincon, V. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. 12-centavo stamp. September 18, 1870.
Slow progress of Cuamatla investigation; report of Solórzano on Hacienda de Cuamatla; condition of the land; price set at $200,000.
8843 García, Ezequiel. Coatepec, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath with border. September 19, 1870.
Popularity of Riva Palacio in view of coming elections.
8844 Cossío, Francisco. Chalco, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. September 19, 1870.
Notice of auction for debts due the district; publication in newspaper La Ley; land of La Joya, Hacienda de Zabaleta, casa Embarcadero de San José; land of Gregorio López and Hacienda de Panoaya; grain from Rancho de Joyacan (?); tax on Poxtla and Zentlalpan, earlier part of Hacienda de Bautista; suit against part of Joya; suit by Juan Francisco López against Hacienda del Moral; collection of Alcabala as listed in the Padrones; decreased income from Contribución personal.
8845 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Mexico. September 19, 1870.
Meeting of Chamber to discuss the amnesty; move of Sánchez Azcona for delay unpopular; applause for Ávila and Mendiolea; vote of Don Porfirio for amnesty; notice by French, incredulous of news of Franco-Prussian war; Rey Guillermo.
8846 Torre, I[sidoro] de la. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Henri Bouche et Cie, Bordeaux. September 21, 1870.
Invitation to appear in connection with the drainage project; López Monroy; lawsuit started by dissident; Nicolás; Lerma.
8847 Méndez, Luis. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Libro mayor R.S. Mexico. September 21, 1870.
Return of Sullivan from Nichoacán; purchase of material for Toluca roads; answers from offers to English firms for help in building railroads; reply by British packet boat; communication between Sullivan and Alexander & Sons of New York, owners of Veracruz-to-New York steamer line; reply by American packet boat.
8848 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. September 22, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Riva Palacio blocked from re-election by law; problem of succesion to the governorship.
8849 Becerril, Romualdo. 12 Calle del Parque del Conde, Mexico, ALS. September 22, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Service in foreign war under Vicente Riva Palacio; request for appointment to prefecture of District of Cuautitlán.
8850 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. September 22, 1870.
Watermark: Lacroix.
Decision to remain in Ministry on request of the President; main problems facing the government: States and Amnesty; danger of conflict in government.
8851 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Libro Mayor R.S. Mexico. September 22, 1870.
Transmittal of news bulletins from American packet boat; news from France anticipated.
8852 Medina, Jesús. Mexico, ALS. September 25, 1870.
2 l. 12 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of news from Europe; arrival of General Porfirio Díaz; meeting with other generals: Corona, and Treviño, and toast to Vicente Riva Palacio; letters from Vicente in Paris; son Adolfo; Mañón; Fuentes Muñiz.
8853 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Mexico, Telegram. September 25, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Herrera requested by Tlalnepantla to furnish bulls for coming celebration.
8854 Molina, Ambrosio. Mexico, ALS. September 25, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Interview with Cañedo on coming election; Juan José Baz favored for governor; Muñoz Ledo; discussion of election of president.
8855 Tapia, Manuel S. Villa del Valle, ALS. September 27, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Departure of troops for Temascaltepec protested; danger from bandits; inadequacy of Ayuntamiento; suspicions of Rafael Pagaza and Inocente García; troops requested of Limón; bandits reported at Cerros de Tierra Quemada and at Angangueo.
8856 Mier, A[ntonio] de. Madrid, ALS. September 27, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Satisfaction with results of money loaned Riva Palacio for investment; residence in Spain; meeting with Vicente in Spain; visit to the Escorial and aqueduct of Segovia; Palacio de Campo de la Granja; visit to Aranjuez and Toledo; meeting with Miguel C. Rul; superiority of French; consequences of occupation; need for a Congreso europeo; Isabel suffering from heat; climate of Toluca; Don Ceferino.
8857 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, 8 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. September 28, 1870.
Governor's term established as November 21, 1867 to November 21, 1871; shortened term unconstitutional; need for regular periods in legislative powers; elections by the legislative body; Legislature to function as electoral college; advice against modification of legal arrangement.
8858 Berriozábal, Felipe B. Mexico, ALS. September 28, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Illness of son Felipe; Antonio Riva and Antonino [Riva Palacio]; illness of Riva Palacio; discussion of advisability of leaving shortened term for governor; candidacy of Zimbrón in El Valle; Islas; advice of Lerdo, Montiel, and Antonio Riva.
8859 Méndez, S[antiago]. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Libro mayor R.S. Mexico. September 29, 1870.
Letter delivered by Barajas; state funds used for study of railroad project; copy of proposed law expected from Mancera; agreement reached in Toluca; proposed law on export of money; first track to Atzcapotzalco; Luis' communication with London; Sullivan's communication with Alexander and with General Rosencrans; F. Muñiz; Valle; basis for expropriation.
8860 Barrueta, Antonio. Almoloya, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Rolland Frères, Bordeaux. October 1, 1870.
Enmity between residents of Sultepec and Almoloya; request for private investigation.
8861 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, ALS. October 2, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Recommendation for Riva Palacio to continue in office the extra nine months.
8862 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. October 3, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request that Prefecto de Otumba Mariano Guerra be left in present position, not moved to Ixtlahuaca.
8863 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. October 4, 1870.
Consideration of the Tehuantepec problem by Congress; possible consideration of railroad problem.
8864 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro. Mexico, ALS. October 4, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Illness; Sebastián; Terreros; discussion in Congress of the amnesty problem; Decree of October 2; restrictions on application; Siliceo; Escudero (Pedro).
8865 Valle, G[uillermo]. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. October 4, 1870.
Letter delivered by Santos Ruiz; accompanying dictamen ordered printed.
8866 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. October 5, 1870.
Request that Colonel Joaquín Rangel be exempt from penalties on tax; alcabala; penalties imposed by Administración de Jilotepec.
8867 Mancera, Gabriel. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. October 5, 1870.
Partial approval of the project for the railroad; suggested changes; company organized by Mariano Riva Palacio for railroad from Mexico to Toluca and Cuautitlán; free transport of mails; Balcárcel; Benito; suggestions of Ministro de Fomento.
8868 Mejía, F[rancisco]. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. October 5, 1870.
Approval of law for railroad by the Chamber; Balcárcel; arrangements for talk with Tribunal Superior about the Chimalhuacán problem; mistreatment of defendants by Sheridan, Jefe político de Texcoco; Barrera; situation called violation of “principios democráticos”; comparison with policy of Tomás Horan (?); the Indians of Chimalhuacán; publication of discussion; law against Indians criticized.
8869 Sheridan, C[arlos] O. Texcoco, ALS. October 5, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Protest against article in Monitor by J. Álvarez; collusion with Zúñiga; appeal to Juez de Primera Instancia; sentence of death given bandit, refusing amnesty; publication of answer.
8870 Méndez, S[antiago]. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Libro mayor R.S. Mexico. October 5, 1870.
Barajas; receipt of deposit for state; engineer Martín added to staff to help Bezares; elimination of Jacalon in Llano de la Mina Vieja; approval of project by Congress; opposition by Orozco, Colimota, and Ramón Guzmán; fear of excessive export of money; cost of rails and machinery; width of the track; answers by Mancera, Arévalo, and G. Prieto; “defensor de Tarifa”; size of government subsidy; Balcárcel; European system of having mail separated in railroad cars during travel; support of Ministro de Fomento; Isidoro in Río Hondo; departure via Calles de la Victoria el sapo, Tiburcio, etc.; comparison with Guzmán de Alfarache.
8871 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. October 5, 1870.
Congressional approval of Mexico-Toluca railroad; approval of law anticipated.
8872 Guzmán (?), R[amón]. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. October 5, 1870.
Approval of Mexico-Toluca railroad project; fear of excessive export of money; width of railbed; tariffs lifted.
8873 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. October 6, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Agreement with Jefe político of Lerma to settle quarrel between towns Santa María Mazatla [Tlalnepantla District] and Ozolotepec or Mimiapan over land rights; meeting with Cejudo; appeal to Juez de Letras.
8874 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, ALS. October 6, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Introduction to Manuel Solana and Manuel García; hope of influencing Legislature to act on appeals by the district.
8875 Balcárcel, B[las]. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Ministro de Fomento. October 6, 1870.
Delivery of dictamen for the Toluca railroad; delay in presentation of law to Congress.
8876 Mexía, Enrique A. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. October 7, 1870.
Testimony concerning lands in Texas delivered by Sánchez Solís; “el ladrón de Moseley”; approval of the Toluca railroad; experience with railroads in Texas; narrow-gauge railroad studied for lands in Texas; wife's uncle a manufacturer of locomotives in the United States.
8877 Balcárcel, B[las]. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Ministro de Fomento. October 7, 1870.
Progress in work on roads from Querétaro to Tepeji and Arroyozarco to Polotitlán; financial support for road via Tula, La Cañada, Arroyozarco, and Ato[to]n[il]quillo; inability of government to support extensive construction system.
8878 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Patent under Bath. October 7, 1870.
Work on road from Almoloya to [Toluca]; approval for road requested of Ayuntamiento de Zac[ual]pam; municipio status requested by Ocuila[n] because of location near Morelos line; similar request by Tonatico near Guerrero line and near Tenango, Santiago, Monte de las Cruces, and Cuernavaca; center of bandit activity.
8879 Mendoza, Justo. Morelia, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 7, 1870.
Budget for installing telegraph line to Morelia, $290; galvanized wire, oak posts, glass insulators, insulated wire, nails, and labor; request for copy of instructions for rectification of land titles.
8880 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath, with square frame. October 7, 1870.
Rafael Anaya to speak to President of Tribunal concerning sentence of José Blas and Sabino Mazón for homocide; Lic. Lechuga; request for aid.
8881 Larrainzar, Ramón. Mexico, LS. October 8, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of letter with suggestion for improvement of conditions in the state; request for copies of La Ley for July 15; approval of railroad project.
8882 Cruz N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. October 8, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Delegation sent to support requests made to the Legislature; movement of cabecillas against haciendas reported by Miguel Cervantes to Administrador de la Hacienda de Casablanca; illness of Riva Palacio.
8883 Vargas, J (?), A. Texcoco, LS. October 9, 1870.
2 l. 22 × 28 cm.
Complaints against the Jefe político; article by Álvarez in El Monitor against Sheridan; Licea; report sent to Superior Tribunal; law of February 4, 1868.
8884 Sota Riva, M. de la. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. 12-centavo stamp. October 9, 1870.
Change in plan for lotteries; decree of the Congreso General.
8885 Zamora, B. Vicente. Tacubaya, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. October 9, 1870.
Approval of railroad project; support of Ávila and Mancera; value of railroad to Puebla; value of Toluca railroad to the Gran Progreso; gift of cigars from Carballo y Ortegut; use of civil war to gain Federal aid; J. J. Baz; Dondé; Iglesias; Tula.
8886 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro. Mexico, LS. October 9, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter to Ortega; Pedro; letter from Escobedo to Juárez; brother Aniceto; Corona in Lagos; letter by Cañedo; Barrón; approval of railroad project against vote of Mancillas; incident of [Vicente] Riva Palacio; Law of April 30; possible election of Lucianita or Zimbrón, Benítez or Terreros.
8887 Torre, I[sidoro] de la. Mexico, ALS. October 9, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Watermark: Lacroix & Frères.
Session of Junta Directiva del Desagüe de la Laguna de Lerma reported by Pascual Cejudo and López Monroy; Calzada de Lerma; continuance in office encouraged; meeting with Méndez.
8888 Aguilar, Mariano. Mexico, Telegram. October 10, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Lack of news from Vicente, from England and Spain; fall of Strassburg; approach to Paris; defeat of Prussians.
8889 Juárez, Benito. Mexico, LS. October 10, 1870.
1 l. 19.5 × 24.5 cm.
Praise by French newspapers; transmittal of article in European newspaper; hope to see rail line to [Toluca].
8890 Mancera, Gabriel. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. October 10, 1870.
Request of Balcárcel and the President for return of law for railroad; question of period of time for exemption of imports from tax; publication of law; Elizondo.
8891 Robert, Cipriano. Mexico, LS. October 11, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request sent to State Congress for amnesty for José and Juan Aceves, sentenced to death for robbery in Tlalnepantla.
8892 Balcárcel, B[las]. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Ministro de Fomento. October 11, 1870.
Law for railroad project approved by Congress and signed by President; publication in Diario oficial.
8893 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. October 11, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Delay of Cejudo in trip to el monte to settle dispute between towns of Mazatla and Ozolotepec; trial of the Aceves; robbery at Llano de Doña Juana; trial of Cirilo Téllez for robbery of Jesús Balderas on road to Amelco; Jiquipilco; amnesty requested by accused; funds available for public instruction; Manero.
8894 Saavedra, Man[uel](?). Mexico, ALS. October 12, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Watermark: Lacroix.
Request from Sultepec for return of seat of government to that town; preference over Almoloya.
8895 Mejía, F[rancisco]. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. October 12, 1870.
Request from residents of Chimalhuacán; reports from Jefe político; plea for equal treatment of Indians; lack of the protection of the colonial government; Fuentes Muñiz; resolution of Gómez Tagle; need for examination of the ground; loss of land in other places; the Academia.
8896 Montiel, Aguirre de la Barrera, Lozano. Mexico, Telegram. October 12, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Use of amnesty under Decree of October 3.
8897 [Limón, Francisco.] Tenancingo, Incomplete. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofón: Patent under Bath. October 13, 1870.
Attack on Ranchería de Ixtlahuaca by bandits; route via Montañas del Nevado; foiled abduction of Mariano Carrión; execution of bandit under Law of April 9; well-known opposition of Riva Palacio to death penalty.
8898 Mancera, Gabriel. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. October 13, 1870.
Aid in passage of bill for railroad project; election as citizen of the State; extension of term of governor urged.
8899 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. Name embossed. October 13, 1870.
Orders to aid Major Muñoz during the fair.
8900 Ávila, Eleuterio. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Libro mayor R.S. Mexico. October 13, 1870.
Aid rendered in passage of law for railroad project; receipt of letter of thanks.
8901 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. October 14, 1870.
Report by Pérez; departure of Jefe político for Malinalco to arrange for work on road to Tenango; heavy traffic on road; practice of residents of Malinalco to furnish meal for volunteer road workers; funds needed.
8902 _____. Tenancingo, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. October 14, 1870.
Presidente Municipal de Zac[ualpa]m; ten men added to local force; usefulness in collecting taxes.
8903 _____. Tenancingo, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. October 16, 1870.
Extension of governor's term approved by Legislature; improvement of roads; aid offered in building the railroad; approval of requests of Tonatico and Ocuila[n]; permission to go to Mexico to see the Ministerio de Hacienda on business of the Municipalidades.
8904 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. October 16, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrangements for branch of the railroad; need for settlement of differences; absence of “tendencias comunistas”; Gracia.
8905 Muñoz, Mar[ian]o. Temascaltepec, LS. October 17, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Term of governor extended to December.
8906 Mendoza, Justo. Morelia, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 17, 1870.
Receipt of state laws; law of the Registro público; hope for railroad to Toluca; interest of Michoacán in railroad; opening of theatre; Colegio Civil and fountains built; telegraph line established; Maravatío to be linked with Toluca by telegraph with support of the Ministerio de Fomento; Celaya branch; Puerto de Medina.
8907 Medina, Jesús. Mexico, ALS. October 17, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Governor's term extended; approval of railroad project; Benito Juárez ill of apoplexy.
8908 Mejía, [Ignacio]. Mexico, Telegram. October 18, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Illness of President.
8909 Sánchez Solís, Felipe. Mexico, LS. October 18, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Delay in return on advice of Romero and the President to await end of congressional action on amnesty, Jalisco, and ports of deposit; collection of architectural designs from Academia de San Carlos for the Instituto; order of Ministerio de Justicia for release of duplicates of machines in colleges for physics; visit with Presidente de la Junta Directiva de Instrucción Pública; communication on subject of the exposition.
8910 Payno, M[anuel]. Mexico, ALS. October 19, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Publication of the Toluca story; transmittal of article in El Siglo defending Vicente; amnesty law passed; Ormaechea, Labastida, Uraga, Márquez, and Payno excepted; Zamacona; hope for appointment for deputy; extra copies of the Compendio de historia offered; binding by Díaz de León and Santiago White; illness of Cura; Sebastián; heart attack.
8911 Gómez, Valentín. Toluca, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. October 21, 1870.
Answer from Ministerio de la Guerra awaited; request of Valdez for $100 to meet payroll; $600 collected among towns and haciendas for purchase of arms, deposited in Tesorería Municipal; delivery to Benito Sánchez on order of Cañedo; notice sent to Cañedo for return of money; purchase not completed; possible recourse to court; return of escort from El Contadero.
8912 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, LS. October 21, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Governor's term extended.
8913 Plata, Abraham. P[risión] Militar, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Colofon: Libro mayor R.S. Mexico. October 22, 1870.
Delay in trial of Plata, Juan García, and aide in band; unanswered letters to Aguirre; amnesty invoked; Comandancia or Ministerio de Guerra blamed.
8914 García, Juan. Prisión en Santiago Tlaltelolco, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Colofon: Libro mayor R.S. Mexico. October 22, 1870.
Amnesty published; other prisoners freed; Plata; excuses made for retaining them; request for aid in obtaining freedom.
8915 Gómez, Valentín. Toluca, ALS. 1 l. 22 × 27 cm. Monogram. October 23, 1870.
Railroad company formed with 30 members; congratulations.
8916 Alcocer, Pedro. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. October 24, 1870.
Recommendations by Iglesias, Lozano, Berriozábal, Barrón, Valle, Guzmán, and Aguirre de la Barrera; request for employment on railroad. Address: Tlalnepantla.
8917 Tagle, Antonino. Pachuca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 26 cm. Monogram. October 25, 1870.
Opinion on behalf of Sra. García, separating payments to the State from funds available to Federal Government.
8918 Muñoz, Mar[ian]o. Tem[ascaltepe]c, LS. October 26, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Governor's term extended; Colonel Francisco Limón.
8919 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. October 26, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Receipt of recommendation for José María Sota Riva, applicant for chair of Physics in the Colegio militar.
8920 López Monroy, J. M. Hacienda de San Nicolás Peralta, ALS. October 27, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Difficulties with cuadrillas settled; Torre; pay for Lic. Manuel Reyes; work on drainage canal renewed under contract; labor force busy with harvest at San Bartolomé Otzolotepec; Railroad company formed; Cejudo; Jefe político de Tenango.
8921 Laurencio y Cual(Emal?), Ángel María. Cuautitlán, ALS. October 28, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Visit of Governor to Zumpango, Tlalnepantla, and Cuautitlán; rivalry between Jefes políticos in Zumpango and Cuautitlán; Fuentes y Muñiz; lunch served together; Verdiguel; Molina; toast to Lic. Zalazar and Marín; Cocer; Cruz; Rojo; Solano Manuel; new era of friendship.
8922 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Patent under Bath. October 29, 1870.
Request for intervention with Ministerio for back pay; “Los hermanos de la [H]oja.”
8923 [Riva Palacio,] Mariano. [Carta a Vicente Riva Palacio.] Mexico, LS. October 29, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Letter sent to Lerdo; Spanish Minister; illness of Benito Juárez; organization of Railroad company; return from Zumpango; Montiel; publication of letter from Europe, with advice for Spanish Republic.
8924 Andral [Andrade?], J. Guillermo. ALS. November 1, 1870.
3 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Case involving false titles; Faustino; Juez Conciliar; Abrahan Ramos; pursuit of falsifiers; Ortega called Conciliador de Tlalmanalco; collection of documents supporting his case; appointments by the Tribunal; position requested; explanation for past conduct; Catalina; Antonio Martínez de Castro.
8925 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Madrid, ALS. November 4, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Conditions in Mexico compared with Europe; suffering of France; loss of French territory; elections to result in choice of king, probably Amadeo, Duque de Acosta, son of Víctor Manuel; election of Cortes opposed by republicans; Castelar compared with Altamirano; European ignorance of Mexico; Guatemala placed in Mexico by Spanish newspaper; discussions of Juárez, Maximiliano, and Tejada; departure for England and Italy; Manuel Terreros; Payno; Barajitas.
8926 Gómez, Valentín. Toluca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. November 4, 1870.
Fuentes; improved health; examination of dictamen of the Consejo; Lechuga, Presidente del Tribunal.
8927 SECRETARÍA DEL CONGRESO DEL ESTADO DE MÉXICO. DIPUTACIÓN PERMANENTE. Toluca, Signed: Gabino Garduño. November 4, 1870.
2 l. 22 × 34 cm.
Report from Gobernador interino on state of Governor's health; wish for speedy recovery. Includes draft of reply, Mexico, November 5, 1870, addressed to Gabino Garduño; receipt of telegrams and letters acknowledged.
8928 Garduño, Gavino. Toluca, Telegram. November 4, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Inquiry about health on behalf of Diputación Permanente.
8929 G[ómez] Tagle, Valentín. Toluca, Telegram. November 4, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Period of leave extended by Consejo de Gobierno; approval of Presidente del Tribunal needed. Has draft of answer, referring to message of Fuentes Muñiz.
8930 Lechuga, Urbano. Toluca, Telegram. November 4, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Assumption of government; called for meeting to decide on interim governor.
8931 Garduño, Gabino. Toluca, Telegram. November 5, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Inquiry about health for Diputación permanente. Has draft of answer.
8932 _____. Toluca, Telegram. November 6, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Inquiry about health for Diputación permanente. Has draft of answer.
8933 Gordillo Reynoso, Manuel. Mexico, San Felipe de Jesús No. 3, ALS. November 6, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Solicitation about illness of Riva Palacio.
8934 Enríquez, G[umesindo]. Toluca, Telegram. November 8, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Inquiry about health on behalf of Diputación permanente. Has draft of answer.
8935 MINISTERIO DE FOMENTO, COLONIZACIÓN, INDUSTRIA, Y COMERCIO. Mexico, Signed: Barcárcel. 2 l. 22 × 33 cm. Embossed letterhead. November 8, 1870.
Watermark: Rolland Frères.
Formation of Compañía del Ferrocarril de Toluca y Cuautitlán; Junta directiva composed of Isidoro de la Torre, Martín Bengoa, Lic. Rafael Martínez de la Torre, Faustino Goribar, Pedro Valle, Lic. Manuel Dublán, and Luis Méndez; approval of government; approval of President. Includes copy of proposed constitutional changes:
a. Proyecto de adición a la Constitución. No signature. 1 l. f. 2-2v. Twelve articles providing for solution of conflicts between town and state and between state and the federal government. No date.
8936 SECRETARÍA DEL CONGRESO DEL ESTADO DE MÉXICO. DIPUTACIÓN PERMANENTE. Toluca, Signed: Gumes[ind]o Enríquez. November 8, 1870.
1 l. 22 × 33 cm.
Watermark: Rolland Frères. Embossed letterhead.
Receipt of report on health of Governor.
8937 Enríquez, G[umesindo]. Toluca, Telegram. November 9, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Inquiry about health of Riva Palacio.
8938 Quintana, León. Medina de Pomar, Provincia de Burgos, ALS. November 10, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 28 cm.
Travel to Paris; Vicente in Madrid; fall of Napoleon (Juez de Paz de Europa) predicted by Riva Palacio; Francisco Peláez.
8939 Enríquez, G[umesindo]. Toluca, Telegram. November 11, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Inquiry of Diputación permanente about health. Has draft of reply.
8940 Rivera Melo, Luis. Toluca, LS. November 11, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Hope for improved health; Antonino; Barajas. Includes draft of reply, Mexico, November 13, 1870; letter from Toluca; question of etiquette.
8941 Olivier, Carlos. Tula, ALS. November 12, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for aid in recovering back pay as teacher in the Escuela de primeras letras; visit to Cuautitlán.
8942 Escobar, Eugenio. Jilotepec, LS. November 14, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Effort to see Riva Palacio in Toluca and Mexico; his health.
8943 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. November 16, 1870.
Request for Juez Pulet to remain in post.
8944 [Labastida,] Pelagio A. Rome, LS. November 16, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Financial difficulties of the Holy See; [UNK] allowed annually by Ministerio de Hacienda; occupation of Rome; “óbolo [UNK] San Pedro”; upset in collections caused by unsettled political conditions in [UNK] and America; financial ruin of powerful Catholic families in France, [UNK], Belgium, and Italy; poverty of church in Mexico; appeal for contributions from wealthy Mexican families for “El ilustre Prisionero del Vaticano”; [UNK] to go to Tomás Barón or José María Andrade.
8945 F[uentes] y Muñiz, Jesús. Toluca, Telegram. November 17, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Valentín Gómez Tagle appointed interim [UNK] during illness of Riva Palacio.
8946 Fuentes y Muñiz, Jesús. Toluca, ALS. November [UNK], 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recovery of health discussed; interim [UNK] appointed; railroad; lottery; J. Mañón; instructions of Junta Directiva in [UNK] of Valentín in El Salitre; notes of Dublán and Méndez; payment of engineers; Rivera; meeting with Gavia(?) y Valdez on purchase of logs; Antonio; [UNK]; circular concerning the exposition; article by Méndez on narrow-[gauge] [UNK]; amnesty for Plata; Lic. Reyes; the San Nicolás problem; constitution to be [UNK] over name of Gómez.
8947 Gómez, Valentín. Toluca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. November 18, 1870.
Office of interim governor assumed.
8948 Estrada de A., María de Jesús. Toluca, LS. November 18, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Friendship with husband Ignacio María [UNK]; warning about officials in Morelos and Zacualtipán; Visitador de la [UNK]; protection of Supremo Gobierno; appeal to Juárez for protection; comparison [UNK] shortage in husband's accounts and back salary owed him.
8949 Gómez, Valentín. Toluca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. November 20, [UNK].
Meetings with Deputies and with Mañón; [UNK]; election of magistrates; question of constitutional reforms.
8950 Rivera Melo, Luis. Toluca, ALS. November 20, [UNK].
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Election of Valentín Gómez Tagle; [UNK] of Fuentes y Muñiz in election of magistrates Lechuga, Gómez Tagle, [UNK], Vicencio, Uribe, Licea y Borja; possible election of Veytia; portrait of Riva [UNK] described.
8951 Gómez, Valentín. Toluca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. November 23, 1870.
Settlement of problem dividing the [UNK].
8952 _____. Toluca, [UNK]. November 24, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Proposal to publish new constitution in name of Riva Palacio.
8953 Iglesias, José María. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. November 24, 1870.
Lic. Juan E. Ortega y Espinosa [UNK] for place on Tribunal in message to the Congress.
8954 Juárez, Benito. Mexico, Telegram. November 25, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Congratulations on successful work with state legislature.
8955 Alas, M[anuel]. Ario, ALS. November 27, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Return of Riva Palacio to Toluca shown in newspapers; weather in Toluca.
8956 Rozas. Mexico, Telegram. November 27, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Packet's arrival; cable re-established; defeat of General Vantaun in Orleans; French defeated by Prince Frederick Charles; danger of war between England and Russia dissipated; Acosta to be King of Spain.
8957 Sota Riva, M[anuel] de la. Mexico, ALS. November 27, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Success of return to Toluca; the railroad; financial discussions by Junta Directiva; Mañón; Fuentes; Berriozábal; failure of Berriozábal's business; Borbolla; Guadalupita.
8958 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. November 28, 1870.
Recommendation for José M. Saravia; Federal pension.
8959 Torres y Riva Palacio, Susano. Puebla, ALS. November 28, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for position with railroad; experience at railroad stations during recess of Congress; Riva Palacio addressed as tío.
8960 CIUDAD DE TOLUCA. Voto de Gracias que Toluca da al Ciudadano Gobernador Mariano Riva Palacio por la importante mejora de la via ferrea que va a unir esta capital con la de la República. Toluca, LS. 1870. November 30, 1870.
50 l. 21 × 30 cm.
Hope for [UNK] of line to link Atlantic with Pacific. Signatures: Jesús Adame, Guadalupe Agüero, Manuel G. Aguirre, Antonio Albarán, Ignacio Alcántara, Ramón Alcántara, Luis Alcocer, Jesús Alegría, Andrés Almazán, Fernanda Almeyda, Santos Alnneida (Almeida?), Francisco G. Alonso, Merced Alvarado, Domingo Álvarez, Juan Álvarez (Meones? Moncada), Marcelino Álvarez, Miguel Anaya, Jesús Araisa, [UNK] Arias, Antonio Armada, Ignacio Archundia, Lucio Arellano, Francisco Arratía, Miguel Arrutia (?), Plutarco Arratía(?), Tiburcio G. Arratía, S.A. Arroyo ([UNK]), Francisco Arzate, Lino Arzate, Catarino Arvo, Tiburcio Arce, José Arzate, Tiburcio Arce, Tomás Avelayra(?), Adrián Ávila, Florencio Ávila, Francisco Ávila Anaya, P[]a (?) Astorga, Pedro Ayala, Ricardo Ayala, Jesús C. Bais, Librado Baldespino, Mariano Balero, Ramón Ballina, Sulano Barbabosa, Miguel Barrios, Narcis[o] Barrón, Antonio Bastida, Vicente Bayejo (Vallejo?), Luis Benavídez, [UNK] Benítez, José María Bermeo, C. Melino (Abelino?) Bernal, Germán Bernal, Gregorio Bernal, Gumesindo Bernal, José Bernal, Luis Bernal (twice), [UNK] Bernal, Silviano Bernal, Miguel Bertis (Vértiz?), Reoumaldo (Romualdo?) Becerril, Marcelino Blanquel, Martín Bonilla, Gaspar Bracamontes, Epifanio B[][UNK] Valdés, Antonio Caballero, Carlos Cabiedes (twice), F. P. Calderón, Agustín Camacho, Antonio Camacho, Juan Camacho, Nicolás Camacho, Juan Campo, [UNK] Campos, Mariano Campos, Tirso Camposano, Germán Caña, Eulalio [UNK], Jesús Capula, Francisco Cárdenas, Guillermo Cárdenas, Jesús María Cárdenas (twice), Manuel Cárdenas, Eusebio Carmona, Rafael Carmona y Galindo, [UNK] Carmonal, Cleto, Carrasco, Ignacio Carrasco, José María Carrasco, Nicolás [UNK], Francisco Carrera, Guevioco (?) Castañeda, Juan Castañeda, Jesús [UNK], Manuel Fernando Castañón, José María Casteldeoro (?), José María Castillo ([UNK]), Antonio Castro, Bidal(?) Castro, Candelario Castro, Andrés Castro y [UNK], Andrés César, Ignacio Cienfuegos, José L. Cienfuegas (Cienfuegos?), [UNK] Cienfuegos, Nicolás Cisale (Cirale? Lisale?), Tomás Cisneros, Felipe Coca, [UNK] Colín, R. Colín, Jesús Colina, Agustín Contreras, Eduardo Contreras, [UNK] Contreras, Tomás Cordero, Benito Cormional (?), José María Corona ([UNK] del Ejército Liberal), Tomás Cortina, B. Councheya (?), Hilario Cres[c]encio, [UNK] Crespo, Teófilo Cruz, José Cuenca, Román Cuenca, Bruno Cueva, G. Cuevas, [UNK] José Chabin, Ernesto Chaix, Margarito Dávila, José Delgado, Feliciano Díaz, [UNK] Díaz, Nicanor Díaz, Ramón Díaz, Lic. José Díaz Leal, Epifanio Domínguez, [UNK] Domínguez, Emil Durán (?), G. Enríquez, Maximiliano Enríquez, [UNK] Enríquez, C. Escamilla, Leonardo Escobedo, Juan Espejo, Vicente Espejo, [UNK] Espinosa, Leonardo Espinosa, Luis Espinosa, Román Espinosa, Blas Esquivel, Gregorio Esquivel, Mariano Esquivel, Antonio Estévez, Francisco Estévez, Joaquín Estévez, José Estévez, Plácido Estévez, Rafael Estévez, Camilo Estrada, Diego [UNK], [UNK] Estrada, J. Zeferino Estrada, José Estrada, Marcos Estrada, Pedro [UNK], [UNK](?) Estrada, Telésforo Estrada, Andrés Estrada Villuenda, Rafael [UNK], Ciriaco Fernández, Demetrio Fernánde[z], Felipe Fernández, Sixto Fernández, Ma[n]uel Fernández Castañeda, Diego Fierro, Faustino Figueroa, Gregorio Figueroa, Tomás Figueroa, Antonio Flores, Cipriano Flores, Francisco Flores, Jesús Flores (twice), Norberto Flores, Carlos Fonseca, José Fonseca, P. Frau[]tr[], Jesús Fraustro (twice), José María Fraustro, Luis Fraustro, Juan N. Frías, Procopio Fuentes, Jesús Fuentes y Muñiz, Antonio García, Bruno García, C. García, Edurrige(?) García, Felipe García, Francisco García (three times), Gabriel García, Hilario García, Jesús García (twice), José García, José María García (twice), Juan García (por el Hotel Hidalgo), Julián García, Luis García, M. García, Manuel García y Teja (Ceja?), Mariano García, Mónico García, Octaviano García, Prisciliano García, Rafael María García, Ramón García, Cipriano García, Vicente García, Hilario García y Bastida, F. de García Figueroa, Fernando Garduño, Marcos Garduño, Pablo Garduño, Pantaleón Garnica, Felipe Garrido, Ignacio Gayosso, Evaristo Gil, Félix Gil, Amado Gómez, Andrés Gómez, F. Reyes Gómez, Jesús Gómez, Margarito Gómez, Miguel Gómez, Pantaleón Gómez, Ramón Gómez, Valentín Gómez, Manuel Gómez Tagle, Joaquín Gómez de Villar, Agustín G[onzále]z, Alberto González (twice), Antonio P. González, Aristeo González, Carlos M. González, Clemente Go[nzále]z, Eduardo González, Félix González, Hilario González, Ildefonso González, J. Luis González, Jesús González (twice), Jesús González, José R. Gon[zále]z, José R. González, Juan González, Julio González, J. Luis Gon[zále]z, Lorenzo González (twice), Lucio González, Luis González, Marselo González, Pedro González, Silvestre González, José González de González, Rafael González Peralta, Ignacio Gonzalo, Agustín Gordillo, Antonio Guarez (Juárez), A. Guadarrama, Antonio Guadarrama, J. A. Guadarrama, Jesús Guerrero, Margarito Guerrero, Alberto Gutiérrez, Andrés Gutiérrez, C. Teodoro Gutiérrez, Félix Gutiérrez, Gregorio Gutiérrez, José Gutiérrez, Juan Gutiérrez, Justo Gutiérrez, Lucas Gutiérrez, Margarito Gutiérrez, Agustín Henkel, Arcadio Henkel, Clemente Heras, Vicente Heras, Agustín Hern[án]dez, Auxencio Hernández, José Hernández, José María Hernández, Juan Hernández, Macsimoano (Maximiliano?) Hernández, Marcos Hernández, Mariano Hernández, Pedro Hernández, S. Hernández, Toribio Hernández, Vicente Hernández, León Herrán, J. Hidalgo, Rafael M. Hidalgo, Agustín Hinojosa, Doroteo Hinojoso, Amador Hinojosa, Diego Hinojosa, Simón Hinojoza, Zeferino Hinojoza (twice), Benito Hortiebe, Miguel Hurtado, Alejandro Iglesias, Ponciano Iglesias, José Ignacio, A. Inclán, Agustín Inclán, Antonio Inclán, Crescencio Inclán, José María Iniesta (twice), Nicolás Íñigo, Y. Izquierdo, Antonio Jiménez, Felipe Jiménez, Francisco Jiménez, Iviceno (Irineo?) Jiménez, Jacinto Jiménez, Jesús Jiménez, Juan Jiménez, Margar[it]o Jiménez, Pascual Jiménez, J. Manuel Jiménez y Mota, Antonio Laballero (Caballero?), Agustín Ladrón de Guevara y Cervantes, Francisco de P. Larrea, Serapio Lazo, Felipe Ledesma, Urbano Lechuga, Aristeo Legorreta (twice), Francisco Legorreta, G. Legorreta (?), Pascual Legorreta González, Amado Lerma, Nicanor Lerma, Santos Lerma, José María Librado Escortín, Miguel Licea, Joaquín Linares, Rafael Loperena, Agapito López, Camilo López, Cipriano López (twice), Cosme López, Domingo López, Francisco López (twice), Refugio López, Nicolás Lozano, María Luja de Ortega, M. G. Luna, Brígido Maciel, Felipe Manjarres, Ignacio Mañón y Valle, Agustín Martínez, Calixto Martínez, Carlos Martínez, F. E. Martínez, Felipe Martínez, Francisco Martínez, Isidro Martínez, José María Martínez, José S. Martínez, Lorenzo Martínez, Pablo Martínez, Pedro Martínez, Rafael Martínez, Juan L. Maya, José María Meana, J. Medina, Abunindio (?) Mejía, Jesús Mejía, José María Mejía, José M. Mejía, Antonio Mena, Felipe Mena (twice), M. Mena, Pascasio Mena, Rafael Mena, Francisco Méndez, Agustín Mercado, Crispín Mercado, Vicente P. Mercado, E. de Mier (twice), Francisco Mirado, Ignacio Miranda, Juan Miranda, Longino Miranda, Ambrosio Molina, Calixto Moncada, José [] Mondragón, José Mondragón, Pablo Mondragón, Pedro Mondragón y Cruz, Jesús Montalvo, Miguel Montal[vo], J. Antonio Montes de Oca, Román C. Montiel, C. Moral, J. C. Moral, Ignacio Morales, Jesús Morales (three times), Martín Morán, Epigmenio Moreno, Jesús Moreno (twice), Joaquín Moreno, Plácido Moreno, Leonardo Mosu(?) (Merced? Maciel?), Isidro Mota, Pascual Mota, Victorio Muciño, Agustín Munguía, Lorenzo Mung[u]ía, Luciano Munguía, F. Muriño, Manuel Muñoz, Adrián Naba, Agustín Nava (twice), Cris[tóba]l Nava (twice), Gabriel Nava, Ignacio Nieto, Julián R. Nava, Lorenzo Nava, Mariano Nova (Nava?), Séptimo (?) Nava, J. P. Ocampo, Agustín Olascoaga, Donaciano Olascoaga, Isidro Olascoaga (?), Jesús Olascoaga, José Olascoaga (twice), Luis Olascoa[ga], José Oleta, Juan P. Olmedo, Gregorio Ontiveros, Cristóbal Ordóñez, Agustín Ortega, Jesús Ortega, Trinidad Ortega, Ignacio Ortega y Valdés, Aurelio Ortiz, Epifanio Ortiz, Mauro Ortiz, Micayla Ortiz, Antonio Orrotia (Urrutia?), Mariano Oseor, Pablo Osorio, Gmo Oufoo(?), Jesús Ovando, Rafael Palafox, Juan Palomares, Leocadio Partido, Lamberto Pastrana, Valentín Pedraso, Antonio Peña, Fe[]anco Peña, Ignacio Peña, Joaquín Peńa, Jesús Peñalosa, Ramón Peñaloza, Vicente Peñaloza, Adrián Perera, Domingo Pérez, Francisco Pérez, Hombono Pérez, José María Pérez, Luz Pérez, Rafael Pérez, Román Pérez, Severiano Pérez, Andrés Pichardo, F. de P. Pichardo, Agustín Piña, Joaquín Piña, José María Piña, Fernando Piquero, José Plácido, Fermín Plata, J. Eugenio Plat[a], Fortino Pliego, Francisco Pliego, José de Jesús Pliego, Manuel Pliego, Miguel Pliego, Teodoro Pliego, J. L. S. Pliego Pérez, J. Manuel Pliego Pérez, Trinidad Posada, J. Ramón Prado, Benito Quijano, Andrés Quintana, Fra[n]ci[s]co Quirós, José Quirós, Mariano Quirós (twice), Rafael Quirós, Domingo Ramírez, Rafael Ramírez, Luis Rayón, Rebhan (?), Víctor Rebhan, Pomposo Reboyar (Rebollar?), Feliciano Recillas (Ruillas?), Gumesindo Recillas (Ruillas?), José Recillas (Ruillas?), Silvestre Recillas (Ruillas?), Juan Fernán de Renedo (Revido?), Manuel Reyes, Miguel Reyes, Santiago Ribas, Jesús Rieaño, Jesús Rivas, Vicente Rivas, Braulio M. Rivero, Francisco Rivero, José Rivero, José M. Rivero, Loreto Rivero, Mariano Rivero, Nacario Rivero, Ramón Rivero, Gil Robles, C. Rodríguez, Feliciano Rod[r]íg[u]ez, Francisco Rodríguez, Inocente Rodríguez, Juan Rodríguez, Domingo Rojas, Francisco Rojas, Joaquín Rojas, Pablo R[]to Rojas, B[]m Rojas y González, Ángel Romero, Jesús Romero (twice), M. Romero, Manuel Romero, Pantaleón Romero, Vicente Romero, Manuel J. Romo, Ramón Rosa y Som[]z (?), Pedro Rosales, Fermín Rosas, Pedro Ruano, Joaquín F. Rubio, José Antonio Rubio, José Rueda, Juan G. Ruiz, Norberto Ruiz, Guadalupe S. y Vilches, Juan Salamanca, Mauro Salas, Isidoro Salazar, Ramón Salazar, Agustín Sánchez, Domingo Sánchez, Jesús Sánchez, Silverio Sánchez, Vicente Sánchez, Trinidad Sanjuz (Sanjurjo?), Francisco San Michel, Andrés Santa Ana, Antonio Santa Ana, Domingo Santa Ana, Felipe Santa Ana, Fermín Santa Ana, Jinio Santana, José Santa Ana, Juan Santa Ana, Pedro Santana (Jefe retirado del Ejército Liberal), Seferiano Santa Ana, Calixto Santa María, V. Santelice, F. Santín, Modesto Santín, Ramón Santín, Tranquilino Santín (twice), M. Schneider, Sebastián Sehogaz(?), Juan Seija, Rafael Seija (Leija?), Francisco Sejudo (Cejudo), Ricardo Serrano, Feliciano Sierra y Rosso, Carlem Silva, Mariano Silva, Enrique Sobrino, Jesús Solalinde, Juan Solares, Luis J. Soslar (Lorlar? Sorlán?), Jesús Darío Soto, [?] Strada (?), Eusebio Suárez, Ramón Teja, José A. de la Teja, Camilo Tirado, Man[]o Tirado, Ambrosio Torres, Aniceto Torres, Epifanio Torres, Serapio Torres, Francisco Torres y Almazán, Felipe Torres y Ceballos, Santiago Torres Torija, José Torrescano, Saturnino Tovar, Tomás Troncoso, Cesareo Uribe, Vicente Uribe, Trinidad Urrutia, Cristóforo Valdez, J. D. Valdés, Juan F. Valdez, Manuel V. Valdés, Telésforo Valdés, Fermín Jesús []aros de Valdez, Francisco Vallejo, Ignacio Vallejo (twice), Agustín Vargas, Presortico (Primitivo?) (Presbítero?) Juan de la Cruz Vargas, Antonio Velázquez, Feliciano Velázquez, José Velázquez, Manuel Velázquez, Pinzón Velázquez, Tomás Velázquez de León, Amado Vera, Antonio Veytia, Manuel Veytia, Pedro Veytia, Luz Vianda, C. M. Vicencio (Vianno?), Matilde Vigueras (twice), Agustín Vilchis, C. Ignacio Vilchis, Jesús Vilchis, Margarito Vilchis, Doña Vieyra, Ambrosio Villagómez, Eut[imi]o Villalpando, Pascual Villán, Arcadio Villavicencio, Federico Villavicencio, Francisco Villegas, José María Villegas, Vicente M. Villegas, Atilano Villuenda, Rafael Wiegg (Pliegg?), Camilo Zamora, Antonio Zárate, José María Zarza.
a. Agustín González: [Carta a Mariano Riva Palacio sobre función en su honor en el teatro.] Toluca, ALS. 1 l. f. 41. November 30, 1871.
b. Teatro Principal: Programa. No signature, 1 l. f. 42-42v. Overture from Opera Ioune(?); Himno Orfeón by Sociedad Filarmónica de Santa Cecilia; quartet from Opera Rigoletto; poem by Juan Garza; duet from Opera Toscari (?); Poesía by Isauro Manuel Garrido; duet from Attila; poem by Agustin Ladrón de Guevara; play in verse by Mariano Pina entitled Escuela Normal, actors: Teresa de Islas, Guadalupe and Consuelo González, Jesús Báez, José Antonio Montes de Oca. no date.
c. Juan B. Garza: [Poesía] Al C. Mariano Riva. LS. 2 l. f. 43-44. Quotation from Victor Hugo.
d. Isauro Manuel Garrido: [Poesía entitulada] C. Gobernador. Toluca, LS. December 1, 1870.
e. Agustín Ladrón de Guevara y Cervantes: Poesía lírica al C. Mariano Riva Palacio. Toluca, LS. 3 l. f. 47-49v. November 27, 1870.
f. [Fragmento.] No signature. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. f. 50. Verse referring to Vicente and to Aguilar. F. 50v has pencil drawing of man weeping and waving farewell. Note at bottom: Hernández; also “El colector de diezmos de Huichapan.” July, 1870.
8960A Méndez, Luis. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Libro mayor R.S. Mexico. November 30, 1870.
Introduction for James Sullivan; establishment of mining committee in Ixtapa del Oro; representation authorized by Gobierno General in 1867.
8961 Yáñez, Mar[ian]o. Mexico, LS. December 1, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for remission of fine placed on Luciana Béistegui for paying for religious services at Fábrica de la Colmena; marriages; regularization of workers' lives.
8962 Torre, I[sidoro] de la. Mexico, LS. December 1, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Tax on lottery raised to 3% by Legislature; Ignacio Mañón; request of Junta directiva del Camino de fierro; absence of Martínez de la Torre; Martínez de la Concha; preparation of Estatutas de la Compañía del camino de fierro; plans for railroad prepared by Santiago Méndez; bonds printed; signatures of Goribar and Martínez de la Torre needed; Luisita.
8963 Mejía, F[rancisco]. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. December 1, 1870.
Suit by residents of Chimalhuacán; Código Civil sent by Sociedad de abogados; Síndico Manuel Mendoza.
8964 Bros, Guadalupe. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. December 4, 1870.
Theatre seats and performance; Berriozábal; improvement in Riva Palacio's health; Javierita; death of Teneca(?), husband of La Pesada; visit to Lola Cervantes; Riva; Saldívar; Eugenio; Manuel Rosas; slaughterhouse; Cuevas; Beles (Vélez?); hides bought by governor; mutton bought in Tacubaya; elections; Luciana; Altamirano; fight involving Fernando Sort; Adela; Pacheco; Pancho Ahuco(?); Ramón; Mariquita; Antonino; Javera(?); Mar[tí]nez; includes note from Josefina; Barajas; Riva; Cortina in Madrid; Borbolla; Mariano.
8965 Montiel Ávila. Mexico, Telegram. December 5, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Approval of lotteries.
8966 Herrera, Juan B. Cuamatla, ALS. December 7, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
$400 requested by Sra. Beltrán; cost of equipping the hacienda; estimates of Puebla and Fuente; Martínez; Castillo; Gentón representing anonymous buyer, possibly Matías Romero.
8967 Molina, Anastacio, and José María Guzmán. Jilotepec de Abasolo, LS. Hand of Molina. December 9, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Opening of Hospital entitled Hospital Riva Palacio.
8968 Torre, I[sidoro] de la. Mexico, ALS. December 9, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Differences between Congreso General and Legislatura of Mexico over tax on lottery; opinion of the Junta Directiva of the Toluca-Mexico-Cuautitlán railroad; error in printing; Martínez de la Torre; Martínez de la Concha; Diario Oficial; printing of lottery tickets.
8969 Gómez, Juan. LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. December 10, 1870.
Mules and burros stolen at Llano de Doña Juana and recovered; robbers from San Mateo Texcalyacac.
8970 Robles Martínez, Juan. Guadalajara, LS. December 10, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Death of José María Riva Palacio; Ruperto Rivera appointed paymaster for Camino de las Barrancas in Manzanillo; bond held by José [María] Riva Palacio; flight of Rivera with shortage of $3,000; investigation by Promotor; recovery for the Tesorería General de la Nación. Includes draft of answer, Toluca, December 20; death of son without personal property.
8971 Solís, Ramón. Naucalpan, LS. December 10, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Failure of Administración de rentas to collect the Contribución personal; lack of funds for payment of teachers; request that collection be handled by the cuerpo municipal; need for troops; effect of amnesty law.
8972 Barreda (Barrueta?), G. Mexico, LS. December 10, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter taken to the Imprenta de Palacio for printing; distribution among members of the Legislatura; list of authors of texts for the school; co-ordination with the Instituto.
8973 Méndez, S[antiago]. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Libro mayor R.S. Mexico. December 10, 1870.
Promise to employ man recommended by Riva Palacio; Captain García; size of maps; patriotic pride in making good maps; topographical plan of area between Cañada de Huisquilucan to Cañada de San Luis Ayucá[n] by brother Eleuterio and by Sánchez; horizontal section by Iglesias and Martín; map from México to Tlalnepantla and to San Bartolo Naucalpan by Calderón and Ochoa; Cuautitlán station drawn by Emilio Dondé; plans for stations in Toluca, México, San Bartolo, Tlalnepantla, and Atzcapotzalco completed; cost calculations; Luis.
8974 Hidalgo, Ignacio. [Noticia de muerte.] H. Zitácuaro, Printed. December 11, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
8975 Buen Abad, Carlos and Manuel de Rosas. Mexico, Telegram. December 11, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
French Packet; Army of the Loire defeated; departure of Trouchu (?) from Paris; Prussian victories.
8976 Rosas, M[anuel]. Mexico, Telegram. December 12, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Return from Puebla; American packet; French defeat by Prussians at Amiens; Paladines in South; Trouchu; evacuation of Paris; Manteuffeld captures Rouen; Russia peaceful.
8977 Juárez, Benito. Mexico, LS. December 14, 1870.
1 l. 19.5 × 24.5 cm.
Sánchez Solís; arrangements for free education of poor children dependent on vacancies.
8978 Torre, I[sidoro] de la. Mexico, LS. December 14, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Delivery of bonds to Mañón y Valle for signature; signatures of Junta directiva; decree on lottery; Fuentes y Muñiz; Luisita.
8979 Colín de Andra, Catalina. Tlalmanalco, ALS. December 15, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Efforts of Andra to find work; shortage of money in District of Chalco; rumored change in judges; lack of business locally.
8980 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. December 15, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Remission of fine on Fábrica de la Colmena for Catholic religious activity; Juan Manuel García; preaching by priests against Fábrica de San Ildefonso, which hires Protestants.
8981 Barreda (Barrueta?), G. Mexico, LS. December 15, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of copies of printed letter; efforts of trouble-makers to interfere with work of Congress; Escuela Preparatoria.
8982 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. December 15, 1870.
Death of Bandido Pablo Zamora during capture; effort to capture him alive; discovery of mutiny prepared in the Guardia de Seguridad pública during the fair in Zumpahuacán; prisoners sent to Toluca; Comandante Vargas; Tonatico.
8983 Payno, Manuel. Mexico, ALS. December 16, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Poor health of Riva Palacio; receipt of coin; preparation of exhibit of coins in “estudio Pompeyano”; surrender of editorship of El Siglo; new periodical to appear; Juan Oscuras recommended for job with lottery; Martínez; Mañón; Fuentes González(?); transmittal of first issue of the Federalista; letter from Altamirano.
8984 Zomera y Piña, Manuel. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. December 17, 1870.
Lic. Luis G. de la Sierra to present argument; location of Hacienda de Boyahá between Jilotepec(?) and Abasolo; property of Luisa Martínez de Uribe; problem of jurisdiction; Juez Letrado de Ixtlahuaca; Municipalidad de Chalco and Texcoco; Villa del Carbón in District of Jilotepec; Jocotitlán; Jiquipilco in District of Ixtlahuaca; decision of December 22, 1859; new period since December 22, 1868; Melchor Carrasco; request for delay in payments.
8985 Bros, Guadalupe. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. December 18, 1870.
Saturnino(?); illness of Riva Palacio; use of cáustico; Mendoza; Cortina; Vicente; Ayuntamiento elections divided between Juaristas and Lerdistas; Juárez elected President of Ayuntamiento; Altamirano supported by Martínez de Castro; Auza, Repidanes, Agustín del Río, Villada, Malunco (?) for Lerdo; Menocal Gallardo; arrival of Micaela from Palco de Puebla; preparation for grand ball at home of Concha Pimentel; saint's day of Tomás; Vicente de Cuelga; Isidoro; Pacheco. Includes note by Josefina: arrival of Sota Riva; Riva; Mariano; Pancho; Chente; Mañón; Manuel.
8986 Sheridan, C[arlos] O. Texcoco, LS. December 18, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Discovery of election plot organized by Zúñiga, José Álvarez, and José Infante; election for Ayuntamiento; use of colored ballots; imprisonment of offenders; Presidente Uribe; delay in elections; candidacy of Zacarías Carrillo.
8987 Leal, Ángel D. and Cosme Sánchez. Tenango, LS. December 19, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Effort to obtain fair elections; success of Luis Garduño Agüero.
8988 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, ALS. December 20, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Examinations for students of district; Dosamantes, Jefe político in time of Martínez de la Concha; Rancho del Peral; organization of “Unidos distritos de Riva Palacio”; Muñiz; Cruz.
8989 Torre, I[sidoro] de la. Mexico, LS. December 21, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Sota Riva; investigation of lottery tickets; Junta Directiva of the Toluca railroad; Dublán; Méndez; Martínez de la Torre; meeting of Junta General de Accionistas; regulations not submitted; Lacuesta; profile and estimate for first 10 kilometers submitted by Méndez.
8990 Manrique, F. E. Mexico, ALS. December 22, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recommendation by Governor of the District, Francisco A. Vélez; travel to Toluca; Vicente; experience as paymaster of Pedro García in Monte de las Cruces until February, 1869; service as paymaster for Cuerpo de Caballería Rifleros de Zaragoza in Guadalajara under Colonel León Ugalde; revolt of troops December 30; defeat at Lo de Ovejo; release under amnesty; request for post with new railroad or with the administration of lottery as bookkeeper; I. Altamirano; J. M. del Castillo Velasco. Address: Calle del Coliseo Viejo No. 21, Fábrica de bragueros. Has 12-centavo stamp.
8991 Sota Riva, M[anuel] de la. Mexico, ALS. December 23, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Barajas; meeting of committee with Bengoa and Dublán; illness of Isidoro; regulation of lottery; illness of Torre; plans for part of railroad and for stations between Mexico and Toluca; Méndez; Guadalupita.
8992 Ortega, Eulalio María. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. December 24, 1870.
Long dispute between Santa Ana Jilotzingo and Santiago Tlazala; delays by Juez Lic. Zubieta during illness of Riva Palacio; Don Pedro [Escudero?] to leave Cádiz on English ship; transfer to American ship for visit to Mérida and arrival in Veracruz.
8993 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro. Mexico, LS. December 25, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Terreros; Sota Riva; elections in Mexico; support of Benito [Juárez]; request for documents on Federal constitutional law; duty assumed of compiling public laws; present necessity of citing laws of yankees.
8994 [Riva Palacio,] Mariano. [Carta a Vicente Riva Palacio.] Toluca, LS. December 25, 1870.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Letter from Madrid; the coming election crisis; habit of repatriates of lauding Europe over Mexico.
8995 García, José María. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. December 26, 1870.
Request for report on status of petition of December 15.
8996 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro A. Mexico, LS. December 26, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Ayuntamiento elections [UNK] Texcoco; cause of quarrel between Sheridan and Álvarez and Zúñiga; election [UNK]; recommendation of Lic. San Román.
8997 Rosas, M[anuel]. Mexico, Telegram. December 27, 1870.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
French defeat; [UNK] of Paris postponed.
8998 Chávez Ganancia, J. [UNK], ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: República Mexicana. December 27, 1870.
Appointments of Juez Constitucional de Primera Instancia; consideration for Tribunal Superior de Justicia by the Legislature.
8999 Pérez, Francisco. [UNK], LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. December 29, 1870.
Preparation for opening road to Zumpahuacán and Malinalco; list of towns and ranches, and haciendas along the route; Amacuzac; road from Iguala; Santa María; San Gaspar; Cuadrilla de Michapa in Guerrero; bridge needed at Zumpahuacán; road Malinalco to Tierra Caliente; Hacienda de Miacatlán; Ranchería del Guarda; Hacienda de Jalmolonga; Ranchería de Palpa; Hacienda de Miacatlán in Morelos; towns San Sebastián and [UNK] Nicolás; Malinalco.
9000 Gutiérrez, F[rancisco] de B. Texcoco, LS. December 29, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Order of Secretario General to continue payment of salaries; Sección de Hacienda; income from Contribución personal.
9001 Torre, I[sidoro] de la. Mexico, ALS. December 30, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Valdespino Figueroa recommended for position with lottery; release of López Monroy; printing of tickets; regulations for lottery; return of signed bonds; Ignacio Mañón y Valle.
9002 Portillo, José. Coatepec [UNK], ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. December 30, 1870.
Removal from juzgado accepted.
9003 González, J (?). Zumpango, LS. December 30, 1870.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting with Ambrosio Molina, Jefe político of Cuautitlán; agreement to accept position held by Colonel Cruz.
9004 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, ALS. December 30, 1870.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting with Ignacio González of Zumpango; offer accepted; Verdiguel in Tlalnepantla; “Distritos unidos de Riva Palacio”; unfounded rumors of revolution.
9005 García, Ezequiel. Coatepec Harinas, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Rolland Frères, Bordeaux. [August?] 6, 1870.
Receipt of instructions for Exposition; article in La Ley; visit to district by Visitador Antonio Castañeda; increase in income.

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