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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents Note

Arrangement

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Julio-Diciembre 1871

The Benson Latin American Collection

Mariano Riva Palacio Collection:

Part 16, July-December 1871



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 16 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 16: July-December 1871 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

 

Julio-Diciembre 1871

9315 Jiménez, Julio. Mexico, LS. July 1, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Offer to sell copies of book “Tratado de administración y contabilidad”; used as basis for accounting system in Hidalgo and Querétaro; publication by Supremo Gobierno.
9316 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro. Mexico, LS. July 2, 1871.
3 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Apology for ill-chosen phrase; meeting of Porfiristas and Lerdistas to consolidate constitutional order, to insure implementation of Reform Laws, to insure progress of the nation, and make common cause against re-election and against Benito; failure of Benito to obtain majority; size of competing deputations; opposition of Guzmán, Zamacona, Montes, Ávila, and Benítez; Mañón, Fuentes; Estrada.
9317 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. July 2, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Brother's candidacy supported by Sáyago; unauthorized order for Veintenas to join the Gendarmerie; arrival of troops from Ameca; rumor of Protestant uprising led by Ramón Ortega during elections; Tico suspected of troublemaking; trouble caused by Alcalde Juan Beltrán in past; protest by Lic. Chávez; Funes to carry reports.
9318 Torre, I[sidoro] de la. Mexico, ALS. July 3, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recommendation for Ramírez; progress of lottery; interference of government lotteries; expenses incurred by engineer; Luisita.
9319 Velázquez, Rodrigo. Chiltepec, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Imperio Mexicano. July 3, 1871.
Pursuit of bandits at Tixcaltitlán (Texcaltitlán) and ranches; care of sheep at Hacienda de la Gavia; reports from Temascaltepec and Tixcaltitlán; bandits in Texcapilla (Texcapa?).
9320 Moreno, Eduardo. Pachuca, LS. July 4, 1871.
1 l. 12.5 × 20 cm.
Governorship assumed by Tagle; resignation requested; request for position; brother Carlos.
9321 Beltrán, J. Viviano. Mexico, ALS. July 4, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Notice in La Ley of contract let in Europe for rails and other equipment for the Toluca and Cuautitlán railroad; progress of lottery; opposition of Ministro de Gobernación; error in printing of tickets; minutes of meeting sent to government by Luis Méndez; decree issued in Puebla with regulations for purchase of lottery tickets; delivery to Escuela de Medicina; fines for unstamped tickets; lotteries for San Pedro, Dementes(?), Academia, and Hospicio de pobres; Teziutlán.
9322 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. July 5, 1871.
Frenchwoman abducted in Texcoco; activity of Seguridad Pública; return of Sheridan recommended; political neutrality.
9323 Bernal, Pedro. Tenancingo, LS. July 6, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Meeting with Captain Belasco in Chiltepec on orders of Limón.
9324 Velázquez, Rodrigo. Tenancingo, ALS. July 6, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting with detachment from Temascaltepec; band at Texcapilla reported by Municipalidad de Tiscaltitlán(?); patrol of Chiltepec, El Capulín, Huayanalco [Huayamalco, Tenancingo District?] Agua Amarga, Hospital, and Loma; report of Jefe político de Coatepec de Harinas to Lieutenant Colonel Bernal.
9325 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Tlalmanalco, ALS. July 6, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Return to Tlalnepantla via Mexico; warning by telegraph; Zubieta; pause in Ayotla; meeting with Sáyago; armed force at Ayuntamiento; danger from Ameca and Ozumba; dispersal of veintena; Gendarmes sent to Chalco and Ixtapalucan; abduction at Texcoco.
9326 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. July 6, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Watermark: Rolland Frères.
Report on abduction at Venta de Trejo; meeting of Junta del desagüe and Junta Directiva; Gómez; Carrasco.
9327 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Tlalmanalco, ALS. July 6, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Orderly elections reported.
9328 Gómez, Juan. Tenango, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. July 7, 1871.
Report on installation of Electoral college sent to Superior Gobierno; peaceful conditions.
9329 Zubieta, José. Tlalnepantla, ALS. July 7, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Investigation of crime against Octaviano Guzmán of Naucalpan; aid of Cañedo; capture of Pascual Rivas and Francisco Guevara; return for revenge; Juez auxiliar suplente de San Luis Tlatilco [near Atzcapotzalco]; attack on Guzmán and his wife; description of body; search of Tacubaya.
9330 Sota Riva, M[anuel] de la. Mexico, ALS. July 8, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Electioneering in El Valle for deputy to Congreso General; sale of lottery tickets; Rivas.
9331 Berriozábal, Felipe and José Zubieta. Mexico, Telegram. July 9, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Orderly elections; Deputy Aguirre, Suplente Napoleón Saborío elected for Tlalnepantla.
9332 Molina, Ambrosio. Cuautitlán, ALS. July 9, 1871.
1 l. 22 × 27 cm.
Alberto García elected Deputy, Molina suplente; election for President to be reported.
9333 Sheridan, C[arlos] O. Mexico, ALS. July 9, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Office of Sub-Inspector de la Gendarmería abolished; letter to General [Vicente Riva Palacio]; trip to Texcoco prevented by illness; Ramón Rodríguez; regret over dismissal.
9334 Zubieta, José. Tlalnepantla, ALS. July 9, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Lic. Aguirre de la Barrera elected over Arévalo as deputy; Saborío over Ortiz de Zárate and Eutimio Rubiño Valdés; free elections; killers of Octaviano Guzmán sought in Tacubaya; Berriozábal.
9335 Blasio de Beraza, C. Villa del Valle, ALS. July 9, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Assassination attempt by Rebollar and Osorio, alias Calache, frustrated by Colonel Limón; clemency shown; Inocente García en route to Toluca to request protection from Juez de Distrito; Díaz González elected Deputy.
9336 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Tlalmanalco, July 10, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Efforts to keep elections calm; regret over near loss of election by Juan Francisco [López], “Cristo de Chalco.” Details of election of Juan Francisco over Remigio Sáyago, Ignacio Sáyago, and Portilla as deputy; Sáyago elected suplente over Berriozábal. Juárez wins over Díaz and Lerdo.
9337 Berriozábal, [Felipe] and N[olasco] Cruz. Mexico, Telegram. July 10, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Juan Francisco elected in Chalco; Sáyago suplente.
9338 Payno, Manuel. ALS. July 10, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Publication in El Federalista of story of abduction; possible election of Vicente as deputy; election of Condés de la Torre for Guerrero; own election in Morelos; election in Dios es Cristo (?) in Tepic; trip to Zacatecas.
9339 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. July 10, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Circular No. 35; Díaz over Juárez for President in election; Cruz elected deputy, with Lic. Jesús Villar suplente.
9340 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. July 10, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Election as deputy, with Remigio Sáyago suplente; Berriozábal; troubles caused by Protestants and Indians; election of Juárez over Díaz and Lerdo.
9341 Pérez, Francisco. Tenancingo, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. July 11, 1871.
Electoral College meeting postponed for lack of quorum; protest of electors; effort of Junta Permanente to settle dissension. Pencil note: Murguía.
9342 Ramón (?). Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. July 12, 1871.
Orozco of Tezontepec abducted by band and recognized near Hacienda de Reyes; reported by Jefe político de Otumba; warning to Ajapusco (Axapusco); fine on hacienda removed; brother Faustino.
9343 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Tlalmanalco, ALS. July 12, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Difficulty of keeping order; return to Tlalnepantla to seek killers of Guzmán; replacement by Presidente Municipal; article in La Paz about his dismissal refuted.
9344 Trejo, Justo. Otumba, ALS. July 13, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Conflict with Federal force under General Kampfner during elections; $800 sent to Treasury by Ramírez.
9345 Romero Rubio, M. Mexico, LS. July 13, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter from Tenancingo to Fuentes y Muñiz; interference of Jefe político in elections.
9346 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Tlalmanalco, ALS. July 14, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Plot uncovered for local uprising favoring Díaz; Negrete and Chavarría blamed; arrest of José M. Galván; charges of banditry in Tenango and Juchi; charge in Xochimilco of abducting Vital of Tláhuac; son of General Jiménez reported in Ozumba, home of San Vicente, preparing uprising in Morelos, Yautepec, and Tlalmanalco, favoring Díaz; Jiménez reported to Ministro de la Guerra; attack in La Paz on July 10; opposition of Martínez de la Concha; refutation to appear in La Ley.
9347 Trejo, Justo. Otumba, ALS. July 14, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Bandits from Hidalgo camping in Rancho de Amaltepeque (Amatepec?) in Apam District, and in Hacienda de Tepa in Zempoala District; use of repeating rifles; co-operation with State of Hidalgo and Jefe político de Apam for pursuit; opposition to his appointment; more gendarmes needed; Juan Pliego; leaders Juan García and Canuto Sandoval.
9348 Leyva, F[rancisco]. Cuernavaca, LS. 1 l. 22 × 27 cm. Monogram. July 14, 1871.
Recommendation for Rovalo.
9349 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. July 16, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter from Secretaría General and to Presidente Municipal; illness from over-exposure; pursuit of bandits with Lieutenant Colonel Pedro Bernal near Tetecala; Bandido Noguerón reported near Pilcaya, hiding in District of Coatepec; troops from Temascaltepec meeting with El Valle; Amador Albarrán.
9350 Ramírez, J. H. (?). Mexico, ALS. July 16, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Alteration of plan agreed upon with Alcántara; meeting with Lic. Prado.
9351 Zubieta, José. Tlalnepantla, ALS. July 16, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Minor thefts by thieves from Mexico; Decree 96 of 1868 applied to vagabonds; return of Cañedo awaited; murders on Hacienda del “Prieto” in Municipalidad de Naucalpan reported in El Monitor; killers of Octaviano Guzmán pursued; search in Tacubaya and Coyoacán; aid of Chavero; Pascual Rivas and Francisco Guevara; theft of mules on Hacienda del Pedregal; popular request for telegraph line with Mexico and Cuautitlán.
9352 Gardida, Tomás. Mexico, ALS. July 17, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
District order for property owners in swamps near city to present title papers; papers for capillita exchanged for land.
9353 Lara, Rafael. Sultepec, ALS. July 17, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Appointment as Jefe político of Villa del Valle accepted.
9354 Ramírez, J. H. (?). Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. 12-centavo stamp. July 17, 1871.
Conduct of Alcántara; Guillermo González; need for settlement of case.
9355 Trejo, Justo. Otumba, ALS. July 18, 1871.
3 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrival from Mexico; delay at Tepecpa (Tepexpan) because of swollen river; arrangements for pursuit of bandits in Pachuca and Apam Districts by General Kampfner and Gendarmes; arrival of Lic. Pérez and Lic. Aguirre de la Barrera; disposal of suspicious group from San Juan Teotihuacán; bandit refuge in Hidalgo.
9356 [Labastida,] Pelagio A[ntonio]. Mexico, LS. July 18, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Inadequacy of quarters for education of clergy; use of Colegio de Tepotzotlán and Convento de San Camilo; loss of church in time of Maximilian and present government; seizure of Colegio de Tepotzotlán by government; plans for penitentiary; nationalization requested by Martínez de la Concha.
9357 Hernández, Ignacio. Cuautitlán, ALS. July 18, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Inventory at end of fiscal year; application for government job.
9357A Trejo, Justo. Mexico, Telegram. July 19, 1871.
1 l. 14 × 22 cm.
Reconnaissance of district boundaries; Juan García and Canuto Sandoval called to Mexico by Negrete; police notified.
9358 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián.] Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. July 20, 1871.
Election of Cruz as Deputy from Zumpango; recommendation for Francisco Chaverría for vacant post.
9359 Gutiérrez, J. B. Texcoco, ALS. July 20, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of financial report; poverty of the towns; Silvestre Chavarría; conduct of Bandera.
9360 Tagle, Antonino. Pachuca, LS. July 20, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Report of Jefe político de Otumba discounted; Hacienda de Tepa adjoining Hacienda de Teposoyuca (Tepozoyuca); co-operation with Trejo and Cruz in pursuit of bandits; boundary patrolled by Kampfner; receipt of Memoria.
9361 Clavería, Francisco. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Rolland Frères Bordeaux. July 21, 1871.
Defeat in elections in District of Teloloapam in Guerrero through opposition of Juárez and Condés de la Torre; influence of Federal troops in Toluca; literary studies; request for place vacated by Nolasco Cruz in Zumpango de la Laguna; previous experience in district; legal experience; experience in Congress.
9362 Aguirre de la Barrera, J. M. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Monogram. July 21, 1871.
Replacement of Cañedo by Molina in District of Tlalnepantla; Montañas de las Cruces and Villa del Carbón used as hideouts; Buitrón's raids in 1861; comparison with Chalco and Texcoco; increase in robberies during absence of Cañedo; Juez de Letras and Doctor Peña victimized; improvements made by Cañedo; Molina criticized; Montiel; Berriozábal; Robredo; Gendarmes; Zumpango; Nolasco Cruz; Justo Trejo recommended for Otumba, Texcoco, and Chalco; death of brother Francisco [Aguirre] of cancer.
9363 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. With printed clipping. July 21, 1871.
Jokes made about friends of Riva Palacio; arrival of Cañedo and Zubieta; letter of Aguirre; transmittal of clipping from El Correo del Comercio; Juárez not believed to have a majority in elections; opposition to re-election; support of Juárez by Ministro de la Guerra; comparison with Iturbide. Clipping praises administration of Riva Palacio and his work for railroad. Back of article deals with colonization and fiscal policy. Dated July 7.
9364 Trejo, Justo. Otumba, ALS. July 21, 1871.
3 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Patrol along state line with Hidalgo; co-operation of hacendados of Municipalidad de Axapusco and Jefe político de Apam; Cerros de Amiltipeque (Amialtepec? in Oaxaca?); agent planted among bandits and another on ranch of a milpero.
9365 López, Juan F[rancisco]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. July 21, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Offer of Berriozábal to withdraw from race and support López' candidacy; Guillermo Tirado; Salomé Zamora; victory over Remigio Sáyago; visit to Toluca to discuss elections for State Legislature; candidacy of Portilla, Guillermo Tirado, Tico, and Borja; Ignacio Herrera, Presidente del Ayuntamiento, in Mexico, replaced by José María Ruiz.
9366 Rodríguez y Arangoity, Ramón. Mexico, ALS. July 22, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Joaquín Pérez Tejada made interventor of ex-convento and Temple of Tepotzotlán; engineers taken for repairs; cost of paintings and objets-d'art; consultation with Muñoz Ledo and the Jefe político; gold watch from Barajas. Has draft of reply, not in hand of Riva Palacio, July 30, 1871: Consejo de Estado; possible use of building as a penitentiary; repair work suspended.
9367 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Mexico, ALS. July 23, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Visits in Texcoco and Cuautitlán; office turned over to Molina; Bandera; meeting with Zubieta, Hernández, Rebollar, Salgado, Marroquín, and Castillo; opposition in Tlalnepantla to change; Alberto García; Gabino Garduño; Chavarría; Berriozábal; Escudero.
9368 _____. Texcoco, ALS. July 24, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting in Mexico with M. Polac, his wife, and M. Michaud; description of abduction; Pedro Escudero; gendarmes sent from Tlalnepantla to Tepexpan; theft of clothes and saber and guns; families moved to Mexico for safety; aid of Ocampo; Aguirre; Chalco.
9369 Zubieta, José. Tlalnepantla, ALS. July 25, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Reception of new jefe político in Cuautitlán; Cañedo; pay of gendarmes.
9370 Payno, M[anuel]. Mexico, LS. July 25, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Efforts to obtain election of Mendiola; opposition of porfiristas; Vicente; saint's day; “El ciego Dueñas.”
9371 Ortigosa, Vicente. Guadalajara, Printed letter. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Watermark: Rolland Frères. Has one 25-centavo stamp and one 12-centavo stamp. July 26, 1871.
Opening of El Molino del Salvador for business; between Atemajac and Fábrica de la Experiencia; wheat milling; storage of grain; classification of wheat; patronage of bakeries invited.
9372 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. July 26, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Congratulations on saint's day; Toluca.
9373 [Terreros?], Manuel. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Colofon: Libro Mayor R.S. Mexico. July 26, 1871.
Guadalupe Martínez captured, sentenced by Jefe político de Cuautitlán; request for amnesty.
9374 [Cañedo, T. Tuñón.] Circular. Texcoco, Unsigned copy. 3 l. 22 × 33 cm. Colofon: República Mexicana. July 26, 1871.
Statement of policy; public instruction; relations with Ayuntamientos; public security.
9375 _____. [Oficio a los Ayuntamientos.] Texcoco, Unsigned copy. July 26, 1871.
1 l. 22 × 33 cm.
Call for a Junta of Ayuntamiento members; report on local conditions requested.
9376 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. July 27, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Birthday celebrated with dance and toasts; bandit attack on Hacienda de Chicabazco, District of Actopan; withdrawal to Hidalgo; request for replacement; request of Cura Bullon to collect money for the Church.
9377 Méndez, Luis. Mexico, ALS. July 28, 1871.
1 l. 22 × 27 cm.
Notice from Governor of Puebla about lottery; departure of R. Martínez de la Torre for Orizaba; Romero Vargas; Junta Directiva; construction work near Colegio de Agricultura.
9378 Villavicencio, José Ramón. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: DPH&C. July 28, 1871.
Request for position with Juzgado de Chalco; present position in Jefatura de Tamazulapam in Oaxaca. Address: Calle de la Estampa de Regina No. 2.
9379 Zubieta, José. Tlalnepantla, ALS. July 29, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Office of Jefe político assumed by Molina; office in Cuautitlán taken over by Bandera.
9380 Beltrán, J. Viviano. Mexico, ALS. July 29, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Tax placed on lottery tickets by Legislature of Puebla; sale of tickets prevented by Romero Vargas; discussion with Dublán; wide use of lotteries.
9381 [Terreros?] M[anuel?]. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Colofon: Libro mayor R.S. México. July 30, 1871.
Ignacio Hernández; unsettled conditions in neighboring state; Limón suggested for vacant position; Martínez; departure of Vicent.
9382 Cañedo, T. Tuñón and José María Castro. Mexico, Telegram. July 30, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Troops in Tlalnepantla.
9383 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. July 30, 1871.
4 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Ocampo; district cleared of bandits; attack on Hacienda Grande; sarape taken from resident of Atenco; horses taken from resident of Santa Catarina; public school money taken from official in Tepetlastoc (Tepetlaoxtoc?); abduction of Sra. Polac; aid of Zúñiga and Bulman, Gutiérrez, and Santa Cruz; comparison with Cobos; circular sent to Ayuntamientos; land turned over to Morán by Sheridan traded for village land; objection of residents of Chapingo; case laid before Juez de Letras; inaccurate accounts in papers by Martínez de la Concha; conflict between Hacienda de Chapingo and town of Guexotla (Huexotla).
9384 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. July 31, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Article in El Federalista about Monte de las Cruces; bandits reported to Escalona; Presidentes Municipales of Huisquilucan, Ocoyoacac, and Lerma alerted; request for ammunition; local troops in Ozolotepec, and Xonacatlán in pursuit of bandits; attack on Hacienda del Mayorazgo.
9385 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. July 31, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Horses stolen from Ranchería de la Vega, near Tonatico; property of Ruperto Millán; refuge in Guerrero; previous complaints of entering Morelos; permission requested to cross state lines; uprising rumored in preparation in Chapultepec [Tenango District], Asunción, Santa María, San Antonio de la Isla [Tenango District], and Zacango; need for Jefe político; arrangements with Muñoz Ledo for pay; rent on cavalry quarters.
9386 Trejo, Justo. Otumba, ALS. July 31, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Public security established in Municipalidad de Temascalapa; work of agent in Apam; band led by Ramos hiding in Zempoala; letter from Governor of Hidalgo; gendarmerie patrols; Cañedo.
9387 Rodríguez y Arangoity, Ramón. Mexico, ALS. August 1, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Gold watch received from Barajas and delivered to Muñoz Ledo; departure from Tepotzotlán; letter left in Administración de Diligencias; engineers' estimate of the Convento de Tepotzotlán; possible use as penitentiary; repairs necessary.
9388 Aguirre de la Barrera, José María. Mexico, ALS. August 1, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recovery from eye ailment; Molina; committee from towns to request return of Cañedo to Tlalnepantla.
9389 Méndez, Luis. Mexico, ALS. August 2, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter to Romero Vargas delivered by Dublán and Martínez de la Torre; return to Puebla; objection of Escuela de Medicina; Portilla; sale of lottery tickets; change in lottery decree urged by Valle; hope for limitation on lotteries; Santiago's estimate of $240,000 for road to Tlalnepantla.
9390 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. August 2, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Examination of Monte de las Cruces from El Desierto to Cerro de Ajusco; troops of Escalona; Municipalidad de Ocoyoacac; northern part searched by troops from Huisquilucan and Lerma; residents of Acopilco picked up by troops from Atlapulco at Paraje called El Cerro del Muñeco; Hacienda del Mayorazgo; departure of Garduño with police for San Bartolomé Ozolotepec.
9391 Valle, P[edro] del. Mexico, ALS. August 3, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recommendation for José H. Ramírez; payment of debt in Chalco; Benito Sánchez Tesorero de la Sucursal; check against Tesorería del Estado; 2,000 pounds sterling brought by English packet from London; lottery difficulties in Puebla.
9392 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. August 3, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Cavalry in Pachuca to reconnoiter state lines.
9393 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. August 4, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of pay; funds needed for horses; Zubieta; Ocampo; Gutiérrez; help from Mexico and Tlalnepantla; revolt of Sotero Lozano in Zimapán; Cuéllar's forces between Ayotla and Puebla; Tlalmanalco; Chalco; the Chapingo problem; officiousness of Ticó; bandits at Ameca; Aguilar in command of gendarmes; meeting with Justo Trejo; security of Otumba; trial and sentence of robbers; support of hacendados through representative Castro; Bandera.
9394 Paz, Juan. Villa del Valle, ALS. August 5, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for answer to letters of May 13 to the Secretaría; Sr. Manjares.
9395 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. August 6, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Need for filling office of Jefe político; Pérez suggested; election fervor eased; dissatisfaction of Madariaga with his office.
9396 Vargas, Ignacio Romero. Puebla, LS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. August 7, 1871.
Inability to change acts of the state congress in welfare and public instruction.
9397 Robert, Cipriano. Mexico, ALS. August 8, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Appointment of writer and Lic. I. Protasio (?) Tagle by State of Hidalgo to arrange boundary settlement with Mexico State and Morelos; study of public debt; Mexico represented by Aguirre de la Barrera.
9398 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. August 8, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Collapse of movement to set up separate Estado del Valle; movement attributed to Martínez de la Concha after his failure at the polls; defeat of Arévalo in Tlalnepantla; publication of plan in article in La Paz; defeat in Toluca elections; return of Ocampo; interests in Tlalpam; uprising in Chalco mountains near Totolapan; failure of Government and of Morelos to pursue bands; plan for guards on line from Juchi to Axalco with Ocampo to intimidate bandits; illness of Trejo; need for administrative improvement.
9399 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. August 8, 1871.
Aide Varela; return to Coatepec; instructions to Madariaga and to Captain Masa(?) of the Infantry guard.
9400 Trejo, Justo. Otumba, ALS. August 8, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Objections to plan for separate Estado del Valle; discussions with uncle, José María Aguirre de la Barrera and General Berriozábal; gendarmerie patrols; petitions from towns not to change seat of government to Teotihuacán.
9401 Lira y Ortega, Miguel. Tlaxcala, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. August 8, 1871.
Agreement to help settle questions of state boundaries; arrival of Vicente [Riva Palacio].
9402 Molina, Ambrosio. Tlalnepantla, ALS. August 8, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of protest against erection of suggested State of El Valle; complaints in Cuautitlán and Tlalnepantla over need for separate Congress and courts.
9403 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. August 9, 1871.
Inaccurate article in newspapers on assignment as Brigadier General; date of rank given as July, 1864; story of surrender of offices denied; possible removal of Berriozábal from La Asunción; speech scheduled for 16th; Josefina.
9404 Santos Solís, Vicente. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. August 9, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Progress of work on telegraph line; slow collection of Contribución Personal; correction of padrones; schoolteachers needed; need for military equipment; plan of Engineers Ramírez to arrange water canal to north of town.
9405 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. August 9, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Mules reported taken by bandits from Hacienda Chica of Cervantes; capture of robbers; return of mules; assault reported on Camino de las Lajas near Acolman (Calvario); Chalco.
9406 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. August 9, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Opposition to project to separate a State of El Valle.
9407 Gómez y Pérez, Cayetano. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Imperio Mexicano. August 10, 1871.
Plot revealed for bandit band; plan to hold up state treasury in Toluca; leaders Chato Alejandro and Jesús Blanco; prisoners released for lack of proof; report given by Governor Alfredo Chavero.
9408 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. August 10, 1871.
Capture of robbers en route from Texcoco; crimes committed in Ameca, Ozumba, and Juchi reported by Herrera, Chávez, and Juan Francisco; attacks at Ecazingo (Ecatzingo); pay needed for troops; relief of Ocampo and transfer of his troops; Aguilar.
9409 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. August 11, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Negrete, Aureliano Rivera, and Cosío Pontones reported in capital organizing a revolution; horses kept ready on nearby hacienda; vigilance advised.
9410 _____. Mexico, LS. August 12, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Measures taken for public security.
9411 Herrera, Juan B. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: A&M. August 13, 1871.
Meeting with Martínez de la Torre; offer made by Castillo in letter to Villalobos; aid of Torres Adalid sought; Cuamatla; favorable business terms; López Monroy; illness of Tula; visit by Ortega.
9412 Rodríguez y Arangoity, Ramón. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. August 13, 1871.
Repair work on building in Tepotzotlán; possible use as penitentiary; praise for construction of building; report on pictures; work suspended by rainy season; request for back pay; work on Palacio de Toluca.
9413 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. August 14, 1871.
4 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Return from Chalco via Tlalnepantla; illness of wife; Aguirre; inadequacy of troops and equipment; Juan Francisco; reports of robberies; meeting with officials in Juchi, Ozumba, and Ameca; previous experience in Tenango; request by residents of Tlalnepantla not to move family, in hope of return to that city; illness of Manuelita; departure of Cruz for the Congress; Gutiérrez; abduction of Sra. Polac; proposal for security of the area; danger of revolution; proposal for a State of El Valle supported in Chalco by Ticó and Agustín Tirado; transmittal of document with 500 signatures; protest of Municipalidad de Chimalhuacán against Ticó's plan to make Chalco into two districts.
9414 _____. Texcoco, ALS. August 15, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Departure for Chalco in pursuit of bandits; notice to Ministro de la Guerra.
9415 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. August 15, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Villagrán sent to aid Jefe político de Jilotepec; pursuit of Tito; Martín operating in El Mezquital with Nolasco Cruz.
9416 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. August 15, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Inspection of District of Coatepec; request for pay; investigation of list of suspects.
9417 [Terreros?] M[anuel?]. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Libro mayor R.S. México. August 15, 1871.
Negotiations with Lieutenant Colonel José de la Luz Toledano; message by telegraph; journey to Jalpa.
9418 Portilla, J. de la. Tlalmanalco, ALS. August 15, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Appreciation for recent favor.
9419 Ortigosa, Ramón. LS. August 15, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Invitation to dinner for the Commission to settle questions of debt and boundaries for Morelos, México, and Hidalgo, declined.
9420 Molina, Ambrosio. Tlalnepantla, ALS. August 15, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Reports to Ministerio de la Guerra; horses stolen on Hacienda de la Lechería; recovery of horses; troops from Cuautitlán; arrest of Brígido Velázquez in Naucalpam; crimes committed in band of Abraham Plata; death sentence; pursuit by Cañedo; expenses for spies.
9421 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. August 16, 1871.
Illness of Aide Cayetano Varela; Albarrán sent for quincena; recall of Albarrán for act of discourtesy.
9422 Muñoz, Mariano. Tem[ascaltepe]c, LS. August 17, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of No. 65 of La Ley; assistance to Hacienda de los Arcos; co-operation with Jefe político de Sultepec.
9423 Lara, Rafael. Villa del Valle, ALS. August 17, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of copies of La Ley; Gendarmerie sent to Los Arcos in pursuit of bandits; disorder in local Jefatura.
9424 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. August 17, 1871.
Planned attack on Hacienda de los Arcos reported by Jefe político; troops sent from Coatepec to patrol Palo Seco (?); warning to Almoloya; pay awaited; notice from Julián Stein of Los Arcos; report by Amman in Toluca of cabecillas Pepe Cosío and Hermanos Cuaglias.
9425 Cañedo, T. Tunñón. Ameca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. August 17, 1871.
Pronunciados in Monte de Atempa reported by Alcalde de Juchi; inspection with Sáyago; return to Texcoco; number of robberies decreased.
9426 Madariaga, Tomás. Tenancingo, ALS. August 17, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of copies of No. 65 of La Ley; speeches by Governor and President of State Legislature; commission for settling debt and boundary problems of states of Morelos, Hidalgo, and México.
9427 Trejo, Justo. Tecamac, LS. August 18, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Receipt of No. 65 of La Ley; speeches by Governor and President of State Legislature.
9428 Santos Solís, Vicente. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. August 18, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Receipt of No. 65 of La Ley; committee for arranging state debt with States of Hidalgo and Morelos; report of Congreso General on new President of the Republic; information spread by circulars.
9429 Linares, José. Mexico, LS. August 18, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Attention invited to legal suit by residents of Coyoacán brought before Tribunal of the State.
9430 Torre, I[sidoro] de la. Mexico, LS. August 18, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Report of Junta del Desagüe; Contract of October 7, 1870; receipt of copy of La Ley; letter of Ordóñez for the Junta Directiva.
9431 Bandera, Manuel. Cuautitlán, ALS. August 18, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Lack of confidence in Alcalde Manuel Solana; failure to arrest suspicious visitors; trip to Huehuetoca; reimbursement of expenses.
9432 Valle, P[edro] del. Mexico, ALS. August 18, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Check made out by José H. Ramírez; payment to Fernando Parres; endorsed by Cossío; deposit in Toluca; check sent by Benito Sánchez; funds of Compañía del Ferrocarril; departure of Luis and Santiago Méndez for Veracruz.
9433 Ortigosa, Vicente. Guadalajara, ALS. August 18, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transfer of mill from Mexico; celebration at opening; toasts to Governor of Mexico on his birthday; illness of family; hope for political stability; Vicente; Guadalupe Bros.
9434 Gómez y Pérez, Cayetano. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Imperio Mexicano. August 18, 1871.
Recommendation for Vicente Serna to replace Colonel Nolasco Cruz; experience as lieutenant colonel in the army.
9435 Stein, Julio. Arcos, LS. August 19, 1871.
1 l. 22 × 27 cm.
Arrival of Jefe político de Sultepec, Jefe político de Temascaltepec, and Captain Rodrigo Velázquez on order of Jefe político of Villa del Valle.
9436 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. August 19, 1871.
Return from inspection of Chalco and Ameca with Sáyago; speech of Governor and President of the Legislature; explanation of previous letter; accomodation of Molina and satisfaction to residents of Tlalnepantla.
9437 Bolado, Evaristo. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. August 19, 1871.
Complaint against Administrador de Rentas de Otumba; Hacienda de Santa Inés, Otumba District, property of wife Guadalupe Cid del Prado y García and of Doña Mariana García de Ortiz; division of property with aid of Juez de Letras; plan for separate payment of tax; evaluation made by Engineer Ventura Alcerreca; protest against new evaluation ordered by Administrador de rentas.
9438 Núñez, Eulalio. Jilotepec, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. August 19, 1871.
Receipt of newspaper; speech of President of Congress on future President; ammunition received; poverty claimed as cause for uprisings by local suspects.
9439 García, Ezequiel. Coatepec Harinas, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Henri Bouche & Ce Bordeaux. August 19, 1871.
Receipt of No. 65 of La Ley; speeches of Governor and President of Legislature circulated locally; settlement of debt and boundary problems.
9440 Muñoz, M[ariano]. Tem[ascaltepe]c, LS. August 20, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Veintenas sent to Sultepec and Hacienda de los Arcos; patrolling of Monte de las Huacamallas (Guacamayas), Palo Amarillo [Ixtlahuaca District], and Paso de las Vigas; co-operation with Coatepec and Sultepec; veintenas from Galinda (?) and from Zinacantepec.
9441 Lerdo de Tejada, S[ebastián]. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. August 20, 1871.
Request for attention to claim against State by Fermín Miranda, escribano, living in Lerma.
9442 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro. Mexico, LS. August 20, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Suit brought by Lic. Genaro San Román against Ayuntamiento de Texcoco for depriving Hacienda de Chapingo, property of Morán, of part of its water; permission requested by town of Coatlinchán to sue Hacienda de Chapingo.
9443 Sáyago, José María. Tlalmanalco, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. August 20, 1871.
Inspection trip with Tuñón Cañedo; notices to Ministro de la Guerra; receipt of copies of No. 65, La Ley; settlement of debt and boundary problems with Hidalgo and Morelos; statement by Congreso General on new President.
9444 Tapia, Manuel S. Sultepec, LS. August 20, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Circulation of copies of newspaper with speeches of Governor and President of Congress; No. 65 of La Ley; settlement of boundary problem with Hidalgo and Morelos; statement of Congreso General on new President; troops under Muñoz to remain in Tescaltitlan (Texcaltitlán); Hacienda de los Arcos.
9445 Gómez, Juan. Tenango, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. August 21, 1871.
Receipt of No. 65 of La Ley; speeches of Governor and of President of Congress; circulation of the messages.
9446 Trejo, Justo. Otumba, ALS. August 21, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Possible transfer to Toluca; recommendation for father for position in government.
9447 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. August 21, 1871.
Recommendation for Juan Martínez Baca.
9448 Tagle, Antonino. Pachuca, LS. August 21, 1871.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Organization of Junta de Comisionados for settlement of boundary problems with Hidalgo and Morelos and settlement of state debt; advantage of having headquarters in México; reduction of Hidalgo committee to one.
9449 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. August 22, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of newspapers; circulation of speeches to Ayuntamientos; meeting with Terreros; explanations by García y Manzanares.
9450 Gutiérrez, Francisco de B. Texcoco, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. August 22, 1871.
Suspension of fine for failure to collect 80% of Contribución personal; extra expenses incurred by Cañedo and Ocampo; collection of Contribución personal charged to Tesoreros Municipales.
9451 Carrillo, Vict[orian]o. Zumpango, LS. August 23, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Punishment for failure to collect tax; difficulty of collecting Contribución Personal; meeting with Jefe Político and Ayuntamientos suggested, with responsibility for collection to be placed on Auxiliares of the Ayuntamiento.
9452 Ramírez, Miguel. Otumba, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. August 23, 1871.
Suspension of fine for failure to collect minimum of tax; difficulty of collecting Contribución Personal; lack of help from municipal authorities; interference of tax for Public instruction.
9453 Murguía, Trinidad M. ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. August 23, 1871.
Failure to collect minimum of Contribución Personal; difficulty of collecting tax.
9454 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. August 24, 1871.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Return from Papalotla and Tepetlastoc (Tepetlaoxtoc); decrease in assaults on arrieros; minor trouble in Chalco; Inspector de Rondas requested; effectiveness in Tenango and Toluca; approval of Ayuntamientos; Ocampo.
9455 Gómez, Ignacio. Coatepec Harinas, LS. August 25, 1871.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Punishment for failure to collect minimum of tax.
9456 Rojas, Jesús. Sultepec, ALS. August 25, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Suspension of fine for failure to collect minimum of Contribución Personal; help of Jefe político invoked to obtain aid from Auxiliares of towns.
9457 San Salvador, Mar[ian]o. Texcoco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. August 25, 1871
Request for different position in Toluca or México; dissatisfaction with work with Registro público; salary of helper; payments by haciendas; costs of office; difficulty of obtaining employment from small town; position sought in lottery or with railroad.
9458 Molina, Ambrosio. Tlalnepantla, ALS. August 25, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Cabildo meeting at Ecatepec; residents of Santiago Tlazala reported in revolt against Supremo Gobierno; camp in Cerro de Solís; notice to Ministerio de la Guerra; aid requested from Cuautitlán to meet at Monte Bajo; arrival of Cruz; warning to Santa Ana; alarm caused by Jefe de Rondas at Rancho del Espíritu Santo; Alcalde de Santiago.
9459 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. August 25, 1871.
Notice of trouble in Santiago Tlazala, Tlalnepantla District; Garduño sent to San Bartolomé with gendarmes; report to Escalona; order to arrest all unknown persons in towns and ranches for investigation; surveillance of all suspects.
9460 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. August 25, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Pursuit of troublemakers at Santiago.
9461 Leyva, F[rancisco]. Cuernavaca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. August 25, 1871.
Road construction from Huitzilac to Santiago; survey of line; appointment of engineer for the Morelos side.
9462 Guzmán, L. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. August 25, 1871.
Request to come to capital to discuss situation in Tenango declined; local troubles blamed on Juan Mendoza, Felipe Gloria, Gabino Garduño, and Mariano Estévez; popularity of nephew Juan Gómez; unpopularity of strangers in Tenango.
9463 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. August 25, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Otumba added to military jurisdiction.
9464 _____. Otumba, ALS. August 26, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting with Justo Trejo and his father; bandits from Hidalgo; organization of local authorities and gendarmes; better horses needed; need for equipment; Muñoz; new uniforms needed in Chalco and Texcoco; meeting with Kampfner in Tepexpan and Ometusco, Apam, and Apizaco; aid of hacendados sought.
9465 Garrido, Francisca. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Imperio Mexicano. August 26, 1871.
Description of mistreatment by husband Rafael; request for legal help in obtaining separation and custody of daughter; economic conditions. Mariano is addressed as padre.
9466 Trejo González, R[afael]. Otumba, ALS. August 26, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Appointment as Jefe político; inspection trip with Colonel Tuñón Cañedo.
9467 Gómez, Juan. Tenancingo, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. August 26, 1871.
Notice of uprising in Santiago Tlazala. Tlalnepantla District; measures taken for public security.
9468 Castillo Velasco, José M. del. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Libro mayor R.S. Mexico. August 26, 1871.
Instructions to Escalona for escort and guards to remain on Monte de las Cruces until 5:00 PM instead of withdrawing after last stagecoach passes.
9469 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. August 26, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Notice of incident at Santiago Tlazala; local peace and quiet; visit to municipalities; Huisquilucan; memories of Butrón; Garduño; Escalona.
9470 Méndez, Luis. Mexico, ALS. August 27, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Illness of father with bladder trouble; brother Santiago; return from Veracruz; decree of Castillo Velasco; Ruiz; El Carbón; unpleasant reaction toward lotteries blamed on Congress; restrictions on sale of lottery tickets by Governor of Puebla despite Dublán's persuasion; meeting with Portilla; percentage surrendered to Junta de Medicina; plan to begin work at Tacuba changed to plan to take line from Garita de Vallejo to Tlalnepantla, missing Atzcapotzalco.
9471 Santos Solís, Vicente. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. August 27, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Incident at Santiago Tlazala; provisions taken for public security.
9472 Lara, Rafael. Villa del Valle. ALS. August 27, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Return of gendarmes from Arcos with peace established in Sultepec; departure for Zitácuaro to meet Jefe Político.
9473 Rodríguez y Arangoity, Ramón. Ex-Convento de Santa Brígida, Mexico, ALS. August 27, 1871.
3 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Study of feasibility of turning Ex-Convento de Tepotzotlán into penitentiary; topography of building and vicinity; need for gendarmes and infantry guards; suitable quarters for troops; use of light in tower; ease of boring holes in walls; conflict with use for religious purposes; mill built on north edge by Jesuits with water coming from their hacienda near Tepotzotlán, then watering garden and supplying the building, then supplying town; problem of ownership of water; comparison after repair, with similar institutions in Europe or the United States; letter from Valdez.
9474 García, Ezequiel. Coatepec Harinas, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Henri Bouche & Ce. Bordeaux. August 28, 1871.
Explanation of charges of discourtesy in letters; concern for welfare of local district.
9475 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. August 28, 1871.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Rumor of trouble in Tlalnepantla; meeting with Zubieta; trip to Chalco suspended; equipment for gendarmes expected from Ministro de la Guerra; need for pay for troops.
9476 Escobar, Eugenio. Jilotepec, LS. August 29, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Suspension of fine for failure to collect minimum of tax; poverty of residents; illness with lung ailment.
9477 Martínez y Baca, Juan. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. August 29, 1871.
Increasing signs of political trouble; plan to resign as deputy; request for position.
9478 Núñez, Eulalio. Jilotepec, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. August 29, 1871.
Notice of trouble at Santiago Tlazala proved false; malcontents in Monte Bajo; gendarmes from Cuautitlán and Tlalnepantla; Monte Alto.
9479 _____. Jilotepec, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. August 30, 1871.
Recommendation for Prisciliano Arteaga of San Andrés Timilpán, accused of conspiracy; service during War of Intervention. Includes enclosure:
a. Jesús Vega: [Certificado]. San Andrés Timilpán, LS. 1 l. 22 × 33 cm. Three seals, stamped. Certificate of good character for Prisciliano Arteaga; work at agriculture and in grocery store. Witnessed: Jesús Vilchis, Secretario. Seals: Admon. Pral. de la Renta del papel sellado del distrito, Municipio de Timilpam, and Cinco cents. Segunda clase* para el bienio de mil ochocientos setenta y setenta y uno. August 30, 1871.
9480 Alcalde, Joaquín M. Mexico, ALS. August 30, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Lerdista banquet at the Tivoli; Cañedo; Verdiguel; Juaristas represented by Juan José Baz, Dublán, and Chavero; Trinidad García de la Cadena; Marqués Galindo; co-operation between Lerdistas and Porfiristas for committee appointments.
9481 Aguirre de la Barrera, José María. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 20 × 25 cm. Name embossed. August 31, 1871.
Monte Alto incident not entirely baseless; rumor started by Genaro Sánchez; delay in presenting Lynch's projects; comparison with maneuvering for erections of states of Morelos and Hidalgo; meeting with Robert; difficulties presented by committeeman from Hidalgo; candidacy of Roberto García; support by Molina; need for good governor to succeed Riva Palacio; Terreros mentioned; letters from Tagle and Leyva.
9482 Lynch Zaldívar Em.(?). Mexico, LS. August 31, 1871.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Letter by Aguirre; conferences with Robert; departure for Cuernavaca; First reunion of Sagrados Padres de la Patria.
9483 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. August 31, 1871.
3 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Ocampo sent to obtain uniforms and equipment for troops and arrange return of troops; gendarmes, famous for application of La Ley fuga, have quieting effect; show of force in Otumba planned; effectiveness in Chalco. Includes sheet with price estimates for uniforms and equipment.
9484 _____. Texcoco, Unsigned form. August 31, 1871.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Sample of letter sent to each Presidente Municipal; request for financial aid in outfitting the gendarmes for service in District of Texcoco.
9485 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. August 31, 1871.
Albarrán sent for payroll money; Madariaga urged to remain as Presidente Municipal; Jefatura not to be turned over to Rosales. Pencil note: Escribir a Madrid.
9485A Lara, Rafael. Villa del Valle, [sic. Evidently error for 1871.] ALS. August 31, 1872
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting in Zitácuaro with Bernal, Visitador general of Michoacán; support of Governor Carrillo in preservation of public peace.
9486 Aguirre de la Barrera, José María. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. August 1871.
Appointment to committee representing State of Mexico in settlement of problems of state debt and boundaries with Morelos and Hidalgo; visits from Robert and Tagle, representatives from Hidalgo.
9487 Rodríguez y Arangoity, Ramón. Mexico, ALS. September 1, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of $100; request for documents concerning the penitentiary project; European and U.S. system.
9488 Valle, Rafael del. Monterrey, ALS. September 1, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
News of appointment by President as Contraresguardo de la frontera del Norte.
9489 Leyva, F[rancisco] de. Cuernavaca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 26.5 cm. Monogram. September 1, 1871.
Completion of work by Commissioners Aguirre, Robert, and Tagle urged; boundaries of Mexico and Hidalgo; importance of the work.
9490 Molina, Ambrosio. Tlalnepantla, ALS. September 2, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Departure with Zubieta for Ecatepec to see Lic. Alcalde and Lic. Borja; dispute; land dispute of the Bandas and Fragoso at Pueblo Nuevo; delay in mails; Toluca; false alarm given by Jefe político in Jilotepec; help requested by Presidente municipal de Santa Ana; telegram to Ministerio de la Guerra; arrival of Colonel Cruz in Monte Bajo; Gendarmes from Cuautitlán; Cerro de Solís searched; visit to Santa Ana and Santiago; Agustín Millán reported to favor General Díaz; support of Díaz by troublemakers; source of rumors sought by Jueces conciliadores de Santa Ana and Santiago.
9491 Trejo González, R[afael]. Otumba, ALS. September 2, 1871.
1 l. 19 × 27 cm.
Campaign against enemies of the Government; report to General Kampfner; inspection of district.
9492 Guzmán, L. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. September 3, 1871.
Report from nephew Juan Gómez; firm policy in Tenango; immediate resignation not advised; Lic. Pedro Navarro recommended for Jefatura política de Tenancingo.
9493 Cruz, N[olasco]. Mexico, LS. September 3, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Jefatura relinquished to Toledano; interests in Zumpango; Junta preparatoria.
9494 Madrid, M. I. Mexico, ALS. September 3, 1871.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Request for aid sent to Antonio Riva y Echeverría; gold business; robberies and assaults suffered; losses in the Toluca business; imprisonment; improvements in machinery for gold extraction; renewed efforts at Mineral del Oro.
9495 López, Juan F. Mexico, ALS. September 3, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Return of Sáyago to Jefatura política de Chalco; meeting at Tlalmanalco delayed by illness; Rovalo; visit to the municipalidades; opening of road; Ozumba; Tepetlixpa; Morelos road; funds for bridge building in Municipalidades of Tepetlixpa, Ozumba, Ameca, and Tlalmanalco.
9496 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. September 4, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Meeting with General Kampfner.
9497 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. September 5, 1871.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Departure for Otumba to search Cerro and Monte de las Lajas for caves and hideaways; peaceful conditions in Chalco.
9498 Aguirre de la Barrera, José María. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 20 × 25 cm. Name embossed. September 5, 1871.
Concern over state debt; collecting of Legislature; request for set of state laws; payment by Aduana de Tlalnepantla; loss of Presidente de la mesa Cirerol (?) Manuel and of Primer Secretario Fernández José; meeting to appoint Comisiones de poderes; probable members: Severo Guerrero, Juan Sánchez Azcona, Gabriel Mancera, Alberto García, Miguel Ruelas, and Francisco Azcárate, compared with Juan José Baz, Ignacio Silva, José María Condés de la Torre.
9499 [Carta sin firma.] Santa Ana Jelozingo (Jilotzingo), Incomplete; last page missing. September 6, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Visit to Monte Bajo from Santiago; failure of plan of Ignacio N., Francisco Osnaya, Pragedis Sánchez, Ignacio Osnaya, and Martín Sánchez to take Cerro de Solís; plot revealed by Genaro Sánchez of San Miguel Tecpan to Jefe de Rondas of Rancho del Espíritu Santo; meeting of cabildos extraordinarios; improvement of administration.
9500 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. September 10, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Uprising of Cuéllar's troops at Ayotla; part of Legión del Norte sent to intercept him; Lieutenant Colonel González in charge; Cuéllar at San Martín sent to Río Frío; warning to Chalco, Texcoco; warning to Kampfner and Línea de Tlalpan in Cuernavaca; General Leyva sent to Cuautla and Yautepec; militia authorized.
9501 Toledano y Flandes, José. Zumpango, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. September 10, 1871.
Inadequacy of Juez de Letras in dealing with bandits; influence of Salgado; bandit Vicente Bastida released; Manuel Campa continued in office as Síndico del Ayuntamiento despite charges; charges made by Alcalde in Hueypoxtla, Andrés García; Law of June 1, 1868.
9502 Escudero, P[edro]. Mexico, LS. September 11, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Federal troops in Otumba; Campero; Fuerza de seguridad organized in Texcoco; supported by hacendados; Tuñón Cañedo; Piquete de Rurales recommended.
9503 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. September 11, 1871.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Uprising of troops of Cuéllar in Ayotla; messages from Jefe político, Tercio de Chalco, and Ministerio de la Guerra; band of 20 in Ayotla and Buenavista; Chalco; rebels from Mexico; help requested from General Mejía.
9504 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. September 12, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Pursuit of rebels of Ayotla; rebels reported near Río Frío and Huetjocingo (Huejotzingo) and Tierra Caliente or Morelos; Sotomayor.
9505 Sáyago, José María. Tlalmanalco, ALS. September 12, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Revolt in Ayotla; request for ammunition; request of citizens for permsision to open stores without collection of La Contribución.
9506 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. September 12, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Uprising of part of General Cuéllar's troops at Ayotla; guarding of road to Puebla; pursuit by Federal forces; Jefe político.
9507 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. September 14, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request for Gendarmes de Toluca to remain with Tuñón Cañedo near Chalco.
9508 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Rolland Frères Bordeaux. September 14, 1871.
Meeting with General Kampfner and Minister of War; uprising planned for Texcoco; assassination plan set for theatre party; seditious work of Chavarría and Mirafuentes in Texcoco; uprising in Ayotla during absence in San Francisco Acuatitlán; telegram from Mejía; González in Texcoco with Legión del Norte; Carrión in charge of troops from Tlalpam and Juchi; Cuautla; Cuéllar at Huejotzingo.
9509 Hernández y Marín, Juan. Durango, Printed letter, signed with rubric. September 16, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Notice of election as Primera Magistratura del Estado.
9510 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. September 17, 1871.
Transmittal of speech; decision of Juárez awaited.
9511 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro A[ntonio]. Mexico, ALS. September 18, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
New book “Vocabulario tecnológico de jurisprudencia,” dedicated to Mariano Riva Palacio; Hispano-Mexican Law; Common Law; Mercantile Law; Military Law; Mining Law; Administrative Law; Canonical, Roman, new Spanish Law; French, English, and public law; medical and diplomatic law; Código civil Mexicano del Distrito Federal y de la Baja California.
9512 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. September 18, 1871.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Celebration of “fiestas nacionales” without disorder; Manuelita Cervantes; signs of his personal popularity; Kampfner; Mejía; Colonel González reported in Chalco with Legión del Norte; Cuéllar; Romero; Escudero; Ocampo; meeting with hacendados.
9513 Emijo (Enciso?), Crescencio. ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. September 19, 1871.
Request for support before the State Legislature; protection of citizens of Nextlalpan and Municipalidad de Zumpango de la Laguna; tax on Stamped Paper; request for help for towns of San Mateo, Santiago, San Francisco Tepojaco (?), Santa María, and Santa Cruz, Municipalidad de Tepotzotlán, District of Cuautitlán; tax for public instruction; absence of schools; confiscatory taxes on Barrios de Axotlán (Axotla?) and Guilango (?); lands taken over by neighboring haciendas; complaint brought by Municipalidad de Teoloyucan.
9514 Toledano y Flandes, José. Zumpango, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. September 19, 1871.
Illness of son; meeting with Ministro de la Guerra; criticism of Juez de Primera Instancia; improved administration.
9515 Payno, M[anuel]. Mexico, ALS. September 19, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Electioneering by Dueñas; preference of Juárez for Luis Padilla as Deputy from a state that had no elections; request for help.
9516 Leyva, F[rancisco] de. Cuernavaca, LS. September 20, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Meeting of Commissioners of Mexico, Hidalgo, and Morelos needed; problem of debts and state boundaries; visit by Lynch Zaldívar; Tagle.
9517 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Ameca, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. September 21, 1871.
Return to Texcoco and Otumba; Jefetura política de Cuernavaca offered by Leyva, with command of the state militia; intention to remain during Riva Palacio's term as governor.
9518 Tagle, Antonino. Pachuca, LS. September 22, 1871.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Offer of help in coming state elections; influence in Districts of Texcoco, Otumba, and Zumpango.
9519 Aguirre de la Barrera, José María. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 20 × 25 cm. Name embossed. September 22, 1871.
Efforts to arrange meeting with Robert and Lynch; efforts to purchase telegraph line to Veracruz from Domingo Villaverde.
9520 Botello, Francisco. ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon. September 23, 1871.
Request for clemency in death sentence; services during Interventions; capture of Mexico.
9521 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. September 23, 1871.
Quarrel over cattle between Jefe político and citizens at Ocuila[n]; efforts to collect rent for grazing of cattle.
9522 Pozo de Muñoz, Soledad del. Orizaba, ALS. September 23, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for certificate of service by husband Miguel Muñoz during Intervention and death in service.
9523 Molina, Ambrosio. Tlalnepantla, ALS. September 24, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Political tranquility; operations in Río Hondo; letter of Isidoro de la Torre.
9524 Ramírez, J. H.(?) La Compañía, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Hacienda la Compañía. September 24, 1871.
Disagreement in interpretation of [state] law on legal representatives; Fresnillo.
9525 Chavarría, Feliciano. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 13 × 20 cm. Name embossed. September 25, 1871.
Plans of Cañedo to leave office in Texcoco; José María Verdiguel y Fernández recommended as successor; previous dismissal by Zomera y Piña of District of Tlalnepantla; notice of writer's election as diputado propietario to Congreso General from District of Texcoco.
9526 Rovalo, A[gustín]. Mexico, ALS. September 25, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letters from García Icazbalceta, Secretario de la Junta Directiva del Camino de Chalco a Morelos, delivered by Juan Francisco López; suspension of pay; agreement of hacendados to contribute pending action by Legislature of Morelos State on proposed lottery; provisions for maintenance; participation of Municipalidades de Tlalmanalco, Ameca, and Ozumba; promise of Riva Palacio of help by State of Mexico after the “salida de aguas.”
9527 Bandera, M[anuel]. Cuautitlán, ALS. September 25, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Law enforcement; capture of robbers; death sentence for Ignacio Sánchez for assault on Indians from Coyotepec in collaboration with El[e]uterio González; Zumpango; Citlatepec (Zitlaltepec).
9528 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. September 26, 1871.
Plague of robbers coming from Guerrero and Morelos; local bands organized in self-protection; death and public exhibition of two bandits caught at Tierra Blanca; similar case at Chichicasco; body exhibited at Aguacatal, on road to Tetecala; Valle de Toluca.
9529 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, LS. September 26, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Charge of robbery against Juan Vázquez and Leandro López; death sentence; petition to Legislature for amnesty.
9530 Toledano y Flandes, José. Zumpango, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. September 27, 1871.
Transmittal of letter concerning Juez de Primera Instancia; attendance at school; Justino Goya appointed head of local Gendarmes. Includes copy of certificate:
a. Cristóbal Viveros: [Oficio al Jefe político.] Zumpango, Copy. 1 l. Rumors of improper conduct by judge in freeing of accused Vicente Bastida and accused Cristóbal Zedillo. September 14, 1871.
9531 Sáyago, José M. Tlalmanalco, ALS. September 28, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt and distribution of ammunition; public schools; death of Jefe de la Veintena of the Hacienda La Ronda at Juchitepec, while settling disorder; successful action against bandits on Totolapan road; reports by Alcalde de Juchitepec; use of Veintenas de Ecatzingo, Juchitepec, Ozumba, and Tepetlixpa crossing into Morelos State, Yautepec District; town of Nepantla.
9532 Tapia, Manuel S. Sultepec, LS. September 29, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Order against complete freedom allowed prisoners on bail; withdrawal of bail; troops offered by Colonel Limón; Secretary Amador Chimalpopoca.
9533 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. September 30, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 25 cm.
New weapons; communication between rebels in Mexico and those in the South and in Hidalgo State; troops requested by Jefe del Tercio de Chalco; Ocampo sent; Muñoz; mountains at Juchi to be searched; Aguilar; Mejía.
9534 Aguirre de la Barrera, José María. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 20 × 25 cm. Name embossed. October 2, 1871.
Investigation into loyalty of Molina requested by Fuentes; Molina influenced by advocates of new state; letters delivered to Verdiguel; Feliciano Chavarría involved in seditious movement; pronunciamiento at La Ciudadela led by Negrete, Aureliano Cocio (Cosío?); battalion of Gendarmes led into movement by Armendáriz; prisoners taken from prison at Betlén; large number of deaths and executions; death of Castro, previously Governor of the District; reluctance of Robert to continue work of the Commission; iniciativa by Lynch.
9535 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. October 2, 1871.
Regrets over embarassing political events; Josefina; Lupe; Chente.
9536 [Terreros,] Manuel. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Colofon: Libro Mayor R.S. Mexico. October 2, 1871.
Illness of cousin; use of telegraph; news of pronunciamiento brought by Lupe on return from San Ángel; forced to remain in Tacubaya; effect of excitement on Anita; inability to return; extension of leave requested; more trouble anticipated.
9537 Cruz, N[olasco]. Mexico, ALS. October 2, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Defection of Battalion of Gendarmes and part of Police; capture of Ciudadela and Cárcel de Belén; success of government forces. New address: No. 28 de Chavarría.
9538 [Terreros,] Manuel. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Embossed heading: AT 24 Rue Matignon. October 3, 1871.
Health of Anita and cousin; provision for extraordinary powers for the Executive; departure of Benítez for Oaxaca; newspaper reports of the Ministro de la Guerra; cavalry sent to Tlalnepantla; Aureliano reported in Tlalnepantla.
9539 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. October 3, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Jefes políticos alerted for trouble; strength of Gendarmes at Texcoco reported by Cañedo; Aureliano reported at Santiago Tlazala; expected route: Villa del Carbón or Huisquilucan, and Monte de las Cruces; cavalry sent to Tlalpam to watch Ajusco; cavalry at Tacubaya under General Guerra; Escalona; Villagrán.
9540 Cossío, Francisco. Chalco, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Libro Mayor R.S. Mexico. October 3, 1871.
Obedience to Decreto 99, Circular 28 of September 29; lack of coöperation in collection of Contribución personal.
9541 Núñez, Eulalio. Jilotepec, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 3, 1871.
Uprising in Mexico by Gendarme de Infantería; countermeasures taken.
9542 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. October 3, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Troops sent to Ocuila[n]; roads from Morelos and Mexico watched; police alerted; letter delivered by Albarrán; telegraph report to Ministro de la Guerra.
9543 Toledano, José, José María Verdiguel y Fernández, and M[anuel] Bandera. Cuautitlán, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Corner torn. October 3, 1871.
Lack of funds for new uniforms for the Gendarmes; use of uniforms furnished earlier in Cuautitlán and Tlalnepantla; Zumpango.
9544 Vallarta, J. Guad[alajar]a, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Imperio Mexicano. October 3, 1871.
Request for published documents concerning the railroad.
9545 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. October 3, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter delivered by Mariano Muñoz; expedition to Texcaltitlán to apprehend Spaniard Soto Mayor; search of Montes del Volcán, District of Tenango, Texcalyacac, and Tepexoxuca and Cuernavaca; search for Rafael Izquierdo of Coatepec, Ignacio Gómez, Trinidad Rodríguez of the Juzgado de Letras, and Julián Amescua. Followers of Izquierdo referred to as correligionarios.
9546 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. October 3, 1871.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Rumors of revolt in Mexico; mobilization of Veintenas; Chalco's Jefe político criticized; Otumba.
9547 Trejo González, Rafael. Otumba, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. Octubre 3, 1871.
Precautions taken against spread of revolt.
9548 Santos Solís, Vicente. Jiquipilco, ALS. October 4, 1871.
1 l. 14 × 22 cm.
Report from San Bartolo on appearance of rebel band; return to Ixtlahuaca.
9549 Dublán, M[anuel]. Mexico, LS. October 4, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Effort to influence Congress favorably to lottery plan; help expected from Enríquez and Nolasco; opposition by Mirafuentes; advice of Mancera; report on railroad by Méndez and Don Isidoro; Beltrán.
9550 Aguirre de la Barrera, José María. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 20 × 25 cm. Name embossed. October 4, 1871.
Mancera; lottery law opposed by Ramos Onofre; exception of Mexico-Toluca railroad; Cuautitlán; support of Zamacona, Valle, Castellanos, García Brito, and Islas; Juárez, investigation of executions at end of revolt.
9551 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. October 4, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Escalona sent to bring forces into Capital from Otzolotepec; use of telegraph.
9552 Trejo González, Rafael. Otumba, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 4, 1871.
News of uprising in Mexico brought by railroad passengers; subordinate officials alerted; lack of funds to play militia; troops sent to Texcoco by Cañedo.
9553 Toledano y Flandes, José. Zumpango, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 4, 1871.
Troops sent by Minister of War; prisoners sent to the Comandancia Militar of the Distrito Federal; rumor of uprising at Actopan and at Tetepango; Valle de México; Circular 40; departure for Tequixquiac.
9554 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. October 5, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
General Aureliano reported at San Bartolomé, Santiago Tlazala, and Santa María Mazatla; Llano de Salazar; Colonel Cobarrubias; Fragoso.
9555 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. October 5, 1871.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Telegram from Ministro de la Guerra; Otumba trip postponed; departure for Tepexpan with gendarmes from Otumba and Toluca; arrival of train in Tepexpan; Mejía asked not to send extra troops; arrival of Miranda; Zavala appointed Comandante del tercio de Gendarmes in Chalco; Aguilar called Charlatan; opinion of Ságayo; work of bandits at Chalco and Tierra Caliente; warning to Juchi and Ozumba; help from Ecatzingo; Nepantlan; defeat of bandits at Monte del Volcán; return to Mexico; Silvestre López suspected as head of robbers at Chalco; Sáyago; treatment of prisoners; Tlalmanalco; Hacienda de Coahuixtla.
9556 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, LS. October 5, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Conciliation between Ocuilan and Coatepec; interview with Cejudo; Colonel Limón; Jefe político de Tenango; watch for rebels escaped from Mexico City.
9557 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. October 5, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Imprisonment of Izquierdo; incident in Otzolotepec.
9558 Cruz, N[olasco]. Mexico, ALS. October 5, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Favorable reception of request to allow lottery for railroad construction.
9559 Sáyago, José María. Tlalmanalco, ALS. October 5, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for ammunition; sentencing of men arrested by the Veintenas; arrests in Juchitepec; Cañedo; surrender of gendarmes at Otzolotepec.
9560 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. October 5, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 20.5 cm.
Aureliano reported at Hacienda de Santa Cruz, Jurisdicción de Chapa de Mota; uprising by Justo Benítez in Oaxaca anticipated.
9561 [Riva Palacio,] Vicente. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 13 × 20.5 cm. Monogram. October 5, 1871.
Request for aid to José Antonio Araus in difficulties over failure to pay the Contribuciones; service as assistant to Matamoros and in the war with los americanos; Texcoco.
9562 Zerecero, A[nastasio]. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 13 × 20.5 cm. Monogram. October 6, 1871.
Aid requested for José Antonio Araus in difficulties with the Contribución; income from pension and corralito; service with General Matamoros; Texcoco.
9563 Trejo González, Rafael. Otumba, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 6, 1871.
Request for publication in the Periódico oficial of his report to the Secretaría del Gobierno.
9564 Enríquez, Gumes[ind]o. Mexico, ALS. October 6, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Mancera; opposition to proposed decree of Congress to abolish lotteries; needs of railway project.
9565 Méndez, Luis. Mexico, ALS. October 6, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Cost of new plan for railway to Tlalnepantla and to Cuautitlán; Garita de Vallejo; number of rails; cost of extension to Toluca; Tacuba; Azcapotzalco; Martínez de la Torre; contract for ties; Compañía de Veracruz; opinion of Dublán on attitude of Congress toward lotteries; danger from civil disorder; rebellion in Mexico; Arroyo's recommendation sent to the Junta.
9566 Petición. Mexico, Signed: Prisciliano María Díaz González, N. Cruz. Gumes[ind]o Enríquez, Alberto García, and Javier Stávoli. October 6, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Protest of separation of Ambrosio Molina as Jefe político of Tlalnepantla on charge of favoring separation of the Estado del Valle; Naucalpan; charge denied.
9567 [Labastida,] Pelagio A. Arzobispo de México. Mexico, LS. October 6, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrangements for discussion of the problems involving the Colegio de Tepotzotlán; request to the Gobierno general.
9568 Stávoli, Javier. Mexico, ALS. October 6, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Use of lottery for the railway project; abuses reported from lottery projects; Leandro Cuevas.
9569 Cejudo, Pascual. Tenango, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 7, 1871.
Search of Monte de las Cruces and Santiago Tianguistenco; patrol by Municipalidades de Huisquilucan ad Ocoyoacac, District of Lerma; guard on México-Cuernavaca road; pronunciamiento at Huichilac(?); rebels reported at Hacienda de Santa Cruz; Hacienda de Nifiní (Niginí), District of Ixtlahuaca; General Aureliano.
9570 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. October 8, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Warning against friends of Izquierdo; help requested by Totolmajac, District of Coatepec, in effort to capture Matías Estrada; meeting at La Lonca; Lieutenant Colonel Pedro Bernal sent; Distrito de Tenango.
9571 Toledano y Flandes, José. Zumpango, LS. October 8, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Sotero Lozano reported at Hacienda de Tlahuililpa and Hacienda de Bojay; report to General Carbó in Pachuca; Colonel Villagrán; troops at Hacienda de Casablanca; rebels reported at Mixquiahuala; Catholic-Protestant incident at Tizayuca; danger of incident at Tolae (Tula?); danger from rebels.
9572 Bernal, Paz. Tenancingo, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. October 8, 1871.
Correspondence with local authories on collection of tax.
9573 Garay, F. de. Mexico, ALS. October 9, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Torre's departure from Toluca; San Nicolás; drainage problem; Isidoro; use of peón labor.
9574 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. October 9, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Assumption of office; Molina reported in San Mateo Nopala; Aureliano reported in Santa Ana Jilotzingo; dissension in Aureliano's band rumored; Olvera.
9575 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. October 9, 1871.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Visit to Otumba; danger on border with Tlaxcala; departure for Tepetlaoxtoc; Kampfner; new Jefe político in Chalco District approved; Olvera.
9576 Toledano y Flandes, José. Zumpango, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 9, 1871.
Lozano pursued by General Carbó; return to Pachuca; Actopan.
9577 Leyva, F[rancisco] de. Cuernavaca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. October 9, 1871.
Death of daughter; letter from Tagle; need for meeting of the Commission.
9578 Montiel, Tiburcio. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Letterhead: Gobernador del Distrito Federal. October 10, 1871.
Request for permission to pursue fugitives across the border into state territory.
9579 Madariaga, Tomás. Tenancingo, ALS. October 10, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Pablo Liantand (Liantaud?) freed by Emeterio Rosales; Juan Cuevas freed; explanation of charges made by Rosales and Francisco Limón.
9580 Tapia, Manuel S. Sultepec, LS. October 10, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter to Lara; news of revolt in Mexico quelled; Circular No. 40; steps to be taken against uprising; Limón; request for escort for prisoners.
9581 Cejudo, Pascual. Tenango, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 10, 1871.
Fugitives reported at Jilotzingo and Jiquipilco by Jefe político de Lerma.
9582 Toledano y Flandes, José. Zumpango, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 11, 1871.
Re-establishment of Jefe de Rondas; Lozano sought by Villagrán and troops from Pachuca.
9583 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. October 11, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Money for primary school turned over to Cañedo; failure of Cañedo to turn fund over to Molina.
9584 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. October 11, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Danger of uprising among troops of Escalona; example of troops of León Cisneros.
9585 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. October 12, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Negative results of investigation of Rafael Izquierdo, Ignacio Gómez, Trinidad Rodríguez, and Julián Amezcua; difficulty of finding witnesses; attack on Fábrica de Chalmita; aid by Bernal and veintenas of Malinalco and Ocuilan; search for Matías Estrada.
9586 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, ALS. October 12, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Treatment of Cuevas and Leantand; complaint by Madariaga; arrest of friend Donaciano Hernández et al.; Limón.
9587 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro. Mexico, LS. October 12, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Law concerning lotteries; abuse of law; Toluca railway project.
9588 Cejudo, Felipe. Lerma, ALS. October 12, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Gendarmes in Municipalidad de Otzolotepec; Mexico Road left unguarded; troops sent to Punto del Portezuelo; troops of Escalona; brother Pascual [Cejudo] in Tenango; peaceful conditions.
9589 Juárez, Benito. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Libro Mayor R.S. Mexico. October 13, 1871.
Death of Juan B. Causse (Cansse?); request for payment of debt to Lic. Zeferino Montes y Otamendi to allow payment to widow of Causse.
9590 Balandrano, D. Mexico, ALS. October 13, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Juárez' recommendation for Causse family.
9591 Sáyago, José María. Tlalmanalco, ALS. October 13, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Beginning of work on vehicle-road at Amecameca; submission of padrones.
9592 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. October 14, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Lozano reported in Distrito de Otumba; pursuit by Kampfner and Villagrán; 12th Cavalry sent from Pachuca under Lieutenant Colonel San Martín; Tuñón Cañedo in Tepexpam; ammunition sent to Cuautitlán and Zumpango.
9593 Toledano [y Flandes], José. Zumpango, LS. 2 l. 13 × 20.5 cm. Name embossed. October 14, 1871.
Inadequacy of municipal funds for armament; preparation of budget; proposed use of educational funds for military needs; gendarme uniforms needed; rebels at Otumba and Tecamac; Hacienda de Reyes.
9594 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. October 15, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Election of Deputies and President; Izquierdo to be freed; Jefe político de Coatepec; evidence against Matías Estrada and Sotomayor; efforts to involve officials.
9595 Cejudo, Felipe. Lerma, ALS. October 15, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Pursuit of Tomás Armendáriz in Huisquilucan by Mariano Estévez, Jefe del Tercio de Gendarmería; followers reported at Monte Alto; search by Governor of Distrito Federal and by Jefe político of Tlalnepantla.
9596 [Bros,] Guadalupe. Mexico, ALS. October 15, 1871.
4 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Popularity of Opera; Don Ramón; Don Manuel; comparison with Paris; election of Don Benito celebrated; income to continue; death of Miguel Rui, Revilla, and Pedreguera; illness of Cardoso; León Guzmán to be Governor in Toluca; Fuentes Muñiz, Guillermo Rivas, and Echeverría; Manuel Terreros; Vicente; García Torres; Pacheco; Burton; reparto de Monjas; marriage of Luis Colín in El Sagrario; Mariquita; Cristóbal; Porejidu(?); difficulty over confession at the wedding; Catalina; Pablo Granado; Guadalupe; Soledad. Includes message signed by Josefina: dental trouble of Pepe Amor; use of Gutapercha in making teeth; Mañón; Riva.
9597 Lara, Rafael. Villa del Valle, ALS. October 15, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 20.5 cm.
Robbers at Savana del Rosario; use of veintenas; support of Jefe Político Trejo and Prefecto Ocampo in Zitácuaro; charge against Los Arias; work on road at Tulillo.
9598 Olvera, A[ntonio]. Jefatura política, Distrito de Chalco, Tlalmanalco, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed. October 15, 1871.
Assumption of office; visit to Cañedo in Texcoco; disorderly conditions; robbers pursued in mountains of Municipalidad de Juchitepec.
9599 Toledano [y Flandes], José. Zumpango, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. October 16, 1871.
Amnesty recommended for man sentenced to death for assault; Aureliano Rivera reported near border of Hidalgo State.
9600 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. October 16, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Warning against ex-colonel from Aguascalientes, major in Cuerpo de Lanceros de Toluca under Contreras, and Major Ramón Ramírez (alias El Chocolate).
9601 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. October 16, 1871.
1 l. 17 × 22 cm.
Transmittal of warning from Alcalde de la Villa Guerrero; Sejudo (Cejudo).
9602 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Tlalmanalco, ALS. October 16, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Visit to Municipalidad de Calpulalpan with Kampfner; danger from bandits; confidence in gendarmes of Mexico State; departure from Tlaxcala for Río Frío via Hacienda de Ananacamilpa; Olvera; Jefe político de Yautepec defeated by bandits; visit to Ozumba, Juchi, and Texcoco; departure for Tepexpam; report to Mejía; veintenas; rebels reported at La Lagunilla; horses stolen from Hacienda de Taponera (?), Otumba District; Sotero Lozano; rebels at Monte de Totolapan and Juchi reported led by Negrete.
9603 Sánchez Solís, Felipe. Mexico, LS. October 16, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Recommendation for son of Pedro Rodríguez.
9604 Méndez [?], Luis. Mexico, ALS. October 16, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Opposition of Raimundo Mora (Mira?); progress in railway construction; Dublán; Santiago; indecision of Junta Directiva; use of lottery gains; Agencia de Chihuahua; uprising at La Ciudadela.
9605 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 20 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. October 17, 1871.
Use of funds for public instruction; Aureliano and Lozano reported near Hacienda de Tezontlalpan; Jefe político de Cuautitlán notified.
9606 Muñoz (Martínez?), Mar[ian]o. Tem[]c, LS. October 18, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Budget for weapons; Administración de Rentas.
9607 Olvera, A[ntonio]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Gefatura política Distrito de Chalco. October 18, 1871.
Warning from Cañedo; transfer of prisoners to capital.
9608 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. October 18, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Delivery of ammunition to Cañedo; part of 2nd Cavalry sent to Milpa Alta; pursuit of Matías Estrada and Escalona; search of Santiago; Sotero Lozano.
9609 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Tlalmanalco, ALS. October 19, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Preparation for elections; scattering of rebels at Monte de Juchitepec; pursuit of Ascencio Llanos at Huichilaque(?); troops at Tlalpam and Distrito de Tenancingo and Tenango; party reported beyond Jonacatepec; pursuit by Colonel Grandiño; flight of porfiristas from Tenango and Juchi; departure for Texcoco and Otumba; Chalco; notice from Olvera; departure for Río Frío; Trejo; Carrillo.
9610 Bandera, Manuel. Cuautitlán, ALS. October 19, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Preparations for elections; meetings with officials to prepare for defense.
9611 Toledano [y Flandes], José. Zumpango, LS. October 19, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Circular 42 of the Secretaría; Ley electoral; meeting with N. Cruz; illness with erysipelas; Verdiguel; Bandera.
9612 Núñez, Eulalio. Jilotepec, LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. October 20, 1871.
Receipt of Ley electoral for election of Governor and deputies.
9613 Limón, Francisco. Tenango, LS. October 20, 1871.
2 l. 17 × 22 cm.
Meeting of bandits from Estacas with those from Capulín; Jefe político de Tenancingo; Alcalde Municipal de Ocuilan; Jefatura de Tenancingo; departure for Llano de Santa Marta; Matías Estrada; Villa Guerrero.
9614 Rodríguez y Arangoity, Ramón. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 21, 1871.
Receipt of $100; recovery from illness; plans for the penitentiary.
9615 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design. October 21, 1871.
Peaceful conditions in Ocoyoacac; departure for Tenango and Capulhuac, Santiago Tianguistenco, and other mountains.
9616 Cejudo, Felipe. Lerma, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design. October 21, 1871.
Peaceful conditions in Ocoyoacac; Brother Pascual; telegram.
9617 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. October 21, 1871.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Search of Río Frío; Tlalmanalco; danger from Lozano and from los del Sur; prisoners taken by Sáyago; need for removal of sentenced prisoners; Silvestre López; Manuel Martínez sent to Pico de Oro for Olvera; re-election of Ticó; aid of the chief of the protestantes; orders of Olvera; departure of rebels for Ameca; Juan Francisco; León Guzmán; Jesús A. García.
9618 Toledano [y Flandes], José. Zumpango, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 22, 1871.
Mail delivery; Sotero Lozano not at Hacienda de Tezontlalpa; Villagrán; request for leave; uniforms for the gendarmes; Tercio de Tlalnepantla; Juárez declared president officially; dispatch of ballots for elections.
9619 Olvera, A[ntonio]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Gefatura Política Distrito de Chalco. October 22, 1871.
Study of election laws enjoined; transfer of sentenced criminals delayed by petition for clemency; appeal to Legislature.
9620 Méndez, [Luis]. Mexico, ALS. October 22, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Effort of Blas to have road go through Vallejo to Ahuehuetes; meeting of junta; Beltrán; Dublán; influence of Ministro on Isidoro; preparation of new study; Martínez de la Torre; opposition to route via Tacuba and Azcapotzalco; commission appointed, with Dublán, Santiago, and the Minister; width of the road; entry into Mexico to Plazuela de Villamil; city railway.
9621 Moreno, Gabriel. Pachuca, ALS. October 22, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Riva Palacio declared “Benemérito del Estado”; plan to return to private life.
9622 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, ALS. October 22, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Accusation made by Madariaga before Legislature; Cuevas; study of Ley orgánica electoral; preparations for elections.
9623 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. October 22, 1871.
Preparations for elections; danger from suits brought by Santa Ana Jilotzingo and Santiago Tlazala over property rights.
9624 Santos Solís, Vicente. San Felipe del Obraje, ALS. October 23, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Depopulation of the town; effort to recruit troops from Atlacomulco; Aureliano reported to have troops at Acambay; request for aid; arrival of troops at Tlalpujahua from Mineral del Oro; money and horses taken.
9625 Mancera, Gabriel. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. October 23, 1871.
Letters delivered to deputies from Mexico State; Stávoli in Committee on Industry; progress in railway construction.
9626 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. October 23, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Jefe político de Tenango and Colonel Limón to patrol the state boundaries with Morelos, in search of Ascencio Llanos; troops sent from Tlalpam to watch Ajusco; García de la Cadena reported between San Luis and Zacatecas, gathering men and horses.
9627 Torre, I[sidoro] de la. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Has 12-centavo stamp. October 23, 1871.
Decree of state legislature on lotteries; use of lottery for railway; route via Hacienda de Enmedio to Tlalnepantla; use of roads for roadbed.
9628 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 21 × 26 cm. Colofon: Bath. October 23, 1871.
Abduction of Antonio Ramírez on Tacuba road; route Mexico-Naucalpan; escape toward Azcapotzalco; Paraje La Farana(?) on Vallejo road; potreros de Aguehuete (Ahuehuete); irrigation canals at Guadalupe; Paraje de las Cabezas.
9629 Bandera, Manuel. Cuautitlán, ALS. October 23, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter to Argumosa; watch for Sotero; new guns needed.
9630 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. October 23, 1871.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Meeting with Kampfner at Otumba; search of Hidalgo boundary for sign of Sotero Lozano; Hacienda de Tenguedó, site of defeat of Lozano by Villagrán; troops from Toluca; return to Tlalmanalco; transfer of criminals from Chalco; Olvera; distribution of weapons; plan for armed force; gendarmes removed from Otumba.
9631 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. October 24, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Defeat of Arriaga by Limón; pursuit of band of Sotero Lozano; Guccione reported near Saltillo, about to attack Treviño; García de la Cadena “el padre de la Patria,” reported gathering a band between San Luis and Zacatecas.
9632 Toledano [y Flandes], José. Zumpango, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 24, 1871.
Sotero Lozano defeated by Villagrán; Hacienda de Tulancalco; attempt at robbery of Ignacio Martínez, Administrador de la Hacienda de Atotonilco; Lozano's headquarters reported at Zacualtipán; leave to go to Mexico to arrange for uniforms for the gendarmes; co-operation with Jefes políticos in Cuautitlán and Tlalnepantla.
9633 Tapia, Manuel S. Sultepec, LS. October 24, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Preparation for elections; repair of prison and weapons.
9634 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. October 25, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Reappearance of bandits; Cañedo in Chalco. Has pencil note on back. Reference to Madariaga.
9635 Martínez de la Torre, R[afael]. Mexico, LS. October 25, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Article concerning Maximilian; La bandera de “Unión y Libertad”; Riva Palacio voted benemérito by the Legislature.
9636 Olvera, A[ntonio]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Gefatura política, Distrito de Chalco. October 26, 1871.
Withdrawal of bandits to Ajusco and Huichilac; Ascencio Llanos; return from Juchitepec; Cañedo in Juchi; return to Texcoco and Juchi.
9637 Vallarta, I[gnacio] L[uis]. Guad[alajar]a, LS. October 26, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Assumption of office as governor; request for copy of Memoria presented to State Legislature; railway lottery.
9638 Santos Solís, Vicente. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. October 26, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Usual course of bandits and rebels near San Andrés Timilpa[n]; Gendarmes sent to Jilotepec; names used: El Guayabo, El Pito; El Cacarizo; flight of Aureliano Rivera from La Ciudadela; Ajusco; plan for reaching the hideaway.
9639 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. October 27, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Search of Villa Guerrero and Estaca; Matías; Jefe político de Tenango; troops requested from Zumpahuacán; Rosales' shortage of ammunition.
9640 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. October 27, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Olivares, Jefe del 20. Cuerpo de Caballería, in Tlalpam, and Prefecto of the District to send troops to Potrero Chico to search for Ascencio Llanos.
9641 Aguirre de la Barrera, José María. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. October 27, 1871.
Inquiries sent to State of Hidalgo via Justino Fernández and Protasio Tagle; credentials of Robert and Revilla. Includes copy of letter to Robert:
a. José María Aguirre de la Barrera: [Carta al Lic. Cipriano Robert, Comisionado, del Estado de Hidalgo.] Mexico, Copy. 1 l., f. 2-2v. Appointment as Secretario general del gobierno of the state; request for action by commission for establishing state boundaries and debts. October 9, 1871.
9642 Alatorre, I[gnacio] R. Orizaba, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. October 27, 1871.
Death of Comandante de Escuadrón Miguel Muñoz in Tenancingo; wound received at Malinalco; poverty of his family; request for certificate of services to send to the Congreso de la Unión; service under Colonel Limón.
9643 Méndez, Luis. Mexico, ALS. October 27, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Lack of quorum for Junta del Ferro-carril; illness of Valle and Bengoa; absence of Martínez de la Torre and Prado; Dublán; Blas; question of taking property of individuals for the roadbed; Isidoro; the lottery; increase in available funds; freight cost of rails from Veracruz; danger to freight delivery caused by revolution in Oaxaca.
9644 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 27 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. October 27, 1871.
Search for abductors of Antonio Ramírez; the election law; Hidalgo State.
9645 Zerecero, A[nastacio]. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. October 28, 1871.
Request for assistance to family of Antonio Arauz; request for aid to Pueblo de Tepetitlán in suit against Señora Bojorges over land title.
9646 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. October 28, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Return from Monte de Juchitepec; lack of local troops in Morelos State; return to Juchi; return of Zavala with gendarmes; troops from Ozumba, Tepetlixpa, and Juchi; flight of rebels toward Jonacatepec; Leyva; fight between Miranda and a corporal (nephew of Muñoz) on return to Ocampo; halt at San Francisco Acuautla; Sargento Nápoles; troops at Milpa Alta to go to Tierra Caliente to protect southern state boundary; crimes committed by prisoners; El Chico de Pantitlán; murder of Presidente Municipal de Ozumba; crimes at Chalco, Morelos, and Jonocatepec; Sáyago; military equipment needed.
9647 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro A. Mexico, LS. October 29, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Barajitas; writing authorized Berriozábal by Estrada; Riva Palacio declared Benemérito by the state legislature.
9648 Saborío, J[uan] N[apoleón]. Mexico, ALS. October 29, 1871.
2 l. 22 × 27 cm.
Complaints against Jefe político Tuñón Cañedo in Tlalnepantla; land dispute between town of Santa Clara Coatitlán and San Pedro Jaloxtoc over land used as public thoroughfare, railroad line, and edge of Lake Texcoco; suit sent to Ministro de Fomento; destruction of property markers; danger of extending the conflict; tequesquite; protection against sentence by Juez de Letras de Texcoco promised by Cañedo.
9649 Toledano [y Flandes], José. Zumpango, LS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. October 29, 1871.
Recommendation for Presidente del Ayuntamiento Andrés Ortiz in his business with the government; fight between Lozano and Villagrán. Has pencil note referring to Limón and Alatorre.
9650 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. October 30, 1871.
Trip to Coacalco postponed; meeting with Jefe político de Zumpango in Cuautitlán to discuss uniforms for gendarmes; excesses by bandits; Cañedo and Molina to report on stocks of forage.
9651 Cejudo, Pascual. Santiago, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. October 30, 1871.
Peacefulness of Distrito de Tenango; Ascencio Llanos and Sotomayor reported in State of Morelos, pursued by Lieutenant Colonel Pedro Bernal; illness of Colonel Limón; Tenancingo; Captain Pedro Ocampo.
9652 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, LS. October 31, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recovery of Limón; co-operation with Cejudo and Jefe político de Lerma; Malinalco; bands led by Sotomayor and Llanos.
9653 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. October 31, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Dispatch of ammunition; pursuit of Ascencio Llanos; illness of Limón; Escalona; escort; work on Memoria.
9654 Montiel, T[iburcio]. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Letterhead. November 1, 1871.
Approval of request for transfer of Raimundo Mejía to the Hospital de San Hipólito as a mental case; failure of efforts to locate abducted Ramírez; co-operation of jefes políticos de Tlalnepantla and Cuautitlán; probable location in Cerros de Huisquilucan.
9655 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, LS. November 2, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Objection to libellous article in Monitor Republicano on [October] 31.
9656 Bernal, Pedro. Malinalco, ALS. November 2, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Patrolling of boundary of Morelos State; co-operation of Jefes políticos, Districts of Tenango and Tenancingo.
9657 Aguirre de la Barrera, José María. Mexico, ALS. 3 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. November 3, 1871.
Letter from Robert quoted on impossibility of completing Commission's work; visit to Toluca planned; leave obtained from Congreso; representation from State of Hidalgo missing; approval of Juan Francisco López; Mr. Nelson. Includes copy of Robert's letter:
a. Robert: Pachuca, Copy. 1 l. f. 3-3v. Assumption of office in Secretaría de Gobernación; withdrawal from Commission involving States of Mexico and Morelos; offer to appoint a replacement. October 31, 1871.
9658 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. November 4, 1871.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Return from Chalco; incident at Hacienda de González; testimony of residents of San Martín; attack from Monte del Ixtlacihuatl; pistolas de Colts; Jesús Vázquez; vandalism in ranch house; Galindo; gold, silver, clothing, wine, and cigarrettes taken from store; Manuel Necalco of Tlapacoya recognized by residents of San Martinito; relations with Sotero Lozano; operations of León at Ananacamilpa and in Llanos de Apam; earlier abduction of González; Olvera described as el pobre viejo.
9659 Santos Solís, Vicente. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. November 5, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for more funds for public instruction; negotiations with the Ayuntamiento.
9660 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Municipio de Coacalco, Coacalco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Stamp of office. November 6, 1871.
Praise for the community; lack of school for girls; visit to Municipalidad de Ecatepec.
9661 Cejudo, Felipe. Lerma, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design. November 6, 1871.
Efforts to find Antonio Ramírez; help of Prefecto de Guadalupe Hidalgo and Jefe político de Tlalnepantla; instructions to Ocoyoacac and Huisquilucan; capital punishment imposed.
9662 Toledano [y Flandes], José. Zumpango, ALS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. November 7, 1871.
Poverty of the Administración de Rentas; Verdiguel; Bandera; cost of uniforms; preparations for elections; Circular No. 47; arrangements for fair.
9663 Montiel, Tiburcio. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed heading. November 7, 1871.
Incident at Hacienda González; abduction of Vázquez; flight to Tulancingo; telegram to Governor of Hidalgo; Cerro de las Cruces; Cerro Azul de Cuautitlán; order to Guadalupe Hidalgo and to Governor of Morelos.
9664 Olvera, A[ntonio]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed heading: Distrito de Chalco, Gefatura Política. November 8, 1871.
Search of mountains of Río Frío with aid of Cañedo; Vázquez.
9665 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. November 8, 1871.
3 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Arrest of abductors of Vázquez; escape of prisoners from jail; efficient work of Miranda with Toluca troops, employees of Ayuntamiento, and Presidente Municipal; Cabo de Celadores; prisoners from Chalco; investigation of event by Juez de Letras; spies sent to Calpulalpan, Llanos de Apam, and with troops; Manuel Rodríguez (alias El Chinguiñoso), Joaquín Trujillo, Juan Bencomo, and Juan Hierros reported in El Monte de la Hacienda de Mazapa or Ranchería de los Leivas, holding Jesús Vázquez for ransom; Lozano; bandits reported from band of Juan García and Julio Lazcano; recruits from Llanos, Pachuca, and Tulancingo; abduction of Sr. Martínez from hacienda at Tescontepec; arrest of principals; abduction of Manuel Jiménez of San Pedro in Tlaxcala; plan to abduct brother of Vázquez at Cañón del Llano del Salado; report to Governor of Hidalgo; victims hidden at Minas Viejas, Monte de Tulancingo, and in caves of Cerro de los pitos; report to Jefe político de Pachuca; Governor of Distrito Federal warned of excellent weapons carried by bandits; visit to Tagle in Pachuca postponed because of jail-break.
9666 _____. Texcoco, ALS. November 8, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Telegram from Governor of Distrito Federal; departure for Tepetlaoxtoc on edge of District of Calpulalpan; use of secret agents recommended; threat to Hidalgo and Tlaxcala; lack of confidence in Tagle and Montiel; failure of previous effort to capture Plata and García; refuge in Toluca; refuge in Lerma; strategy described.
9667 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. November 8, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Warning of plan of Quesadas to revolt in [Toluca]; plan to organize a new battalion.
9668 Leyva, F[rancisco] de. Cuernavaca, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. November 8, 1871.
Recent illness; letter from Tagle; hope abandoned for meeting of the Commission; plan to withdraw representative.
9669 Toledano, José. Zumpango, ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. November 9, 1871.
Plans for purchase of forage; uniforms for the Tercio de la Línea.
9670 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. November 9, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Warning of intent of José María Márquez to lead troops in Toluca into rebellion.
9671 Cejudo, Felipe. Lerma, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design. November 9, 1871.
Search for Antonio Ramírez with Veintenas from the Municipalidad and from Huisquilucan.
9672 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. November 10, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Notice to Jefes políticos to send recruits for new military unit.
9673 Núñez, Eulalio. Jilotepec, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. November 11, 1871.
Visit to Timilpan; misinformation sent by Tapia; Aureliano.
9674 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. November 11, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Flight of José María Márquez; Governor of Michoacán warned to look for him; lack of forces in Durango; loss of capital by Governor of Durango and General Tolentino to rebels; organization of local militia recommended.
9675 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. November 11, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Arrival of Muñoz with troops from Toluca; complete pacification of state; danger from frontiers with Hidalgo, Tlaxcala, and Morelos; destruction of Apizaco by bandits; Kampfner; Leon's band in Tlaxcala reported growing; bands growing in Cuautla and Jonacatepec; reports by Trejo and the Jefe político de Calpulalpan; search for Vázquez; change in tactics recommended; horses abandoned by Kampfner in Distrito de Otumba.
9676 Toledano [y Flandes], José. Zumpango, LS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. November 12, 1871.
Report on accounts by Tesorería Municipal Cosío; inspection by Visitador Victorio Carrillo; budget for uniforms for Tercios de la Línea; help requested by Jefe político of Pachuca against persecution of Los protestantes and in favor of Tezoyuca.
9677 Santos Solís, Vicente. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. November 12, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Bandits reported in Acambay; Cañada del Ixtapa; leader recognized as Rosalio Flores; members from San Andrés Timilpa[n]; arrival at Hacienda de Solís; pursuit at Huimilpa[n]; travellers en route to San Luis Potosí with guides; Atlacomulco; Captain Ocampo.
9678 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Naucalpan, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Ayuntamiento de Naucalpan. Colofon: Bath. November 13, 1871.
Good order found during visit; collection of Contribución personal; public instruction; Tlalnepantla; Administración general de Correos; Luis Gutiérrez Correa; election ballots ordered from house of Viuda de Murguía; departure for San Pedro Atzcapotzaltongo.
9679 Aguirre de la Barrera, José María. Mexico, LS. 2 l. 20 × 25 cm. Name embossed. November 13, 1871.
Permission given by Congress for participation in Commission on limits; Tagle; documents for Leyva; letter from Robert recommending meeting place not be Toluca; Legislatures in recess; request for settlement of account by Villaverde, previous owner of Telegraph Lineletter to Leyva; plan of General Díaz formulated at La Noria revealed by Minister Castillo Velasco; convention suggested for new president and new elections; disqualification of office holders in Federación; constitutional reforms; transmittal of verse criticizing the plan.
9680 ADMINISTRACIÓN DE RENTAS DE YAHUALICA. [Fragmento de carta.] Unsigned. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Stamped seal of office. [November 14, 1871?]
9681 Gorsuch, Roberto B. Mexico, LS. 3 l. 21 × 33 cm. Name embossed. November 14, 1871.
Meeting with Francisco Garay on international railway “Ferro-carril Central Mexicano” as representative of the project; information pamphlet to be published; transmittal of “Croquis de las líneas de Ferro-carriles construidas y proyectadas en los Estados Unidos del Norte y México y entre ambas Repúblicas”; interest since 1856 in communication lines; service with Supremo Gobierno; need for new lines; experience raising funds for public works abroad; plan for “Ferro-carril Interoceánico” across the U.S. across Mexico to the Pacific; difficulties encountered in the U.S. in transcontinental railway; mercantile interests in Europe and the Indies; commercial centers east of the Mississippi River; influence on agriculture, industry, and mining; interest of association of capitalists in line from New York to Texas and Coahuila to link with trunk line and telegraph line from Río Bravo to the Pacific near Mazatlán or Manzanillo; interest of railroad presidents; credit arrangements.
9682 Carrillo, José. Zumpango, LS. November 15, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Disturbance anticipated from pronunciamiento of Fragoso; suggestion sent for the Legislature.
9683 Solano (?), Manuel. Cuautitlán, ALS. November 16, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Assumption of office as Jefe político; escape from rebel attack; preparations for elections.
9684 Vigil, José María. Mexico, ALS. November 16, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Recommendation to Terreros in connection with penitentiary project; Tepotzotlán trip delayed; insecurity of roads; meeting with Ingeniero Rodríguez.
9685 Núñez, Eulalio. Jilotepec, LS. November 17, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of letter from Aureliano and answer; original sent to Mejía; plans against Rivera; possibility of sending vagrants to Ministro de la Guerra for incorporation in the Ejército de la República.
9686 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. November 17, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Reports of Aureliano Rivera; pronunciamiento of Santiago Tlazala and threat to Ayuntamiento de Santa Ana; Monte Bajo; Monte Alto; San Pedro Azcapotzaltongo; Fábrica de la Colmena; guide furnished by Alejandro Grant; fortification of the towns; aid by Lieutenant Colonel Escalona promised.
9687 Montiel y Duarte, Isidro. Mexico, LS. November 17, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Insecure condition of the nation; Riva Palacio urged to give council to Juárez; the re-election problem.
9688 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. November 17, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Danger of porfirista uprising led by General Chavarría; support by rebel force of Luis León about Tepetlaoxtoc, Tezoyucan (Tezoyuca?); and Acolman; rebel help from Tlaxcala; departure of Maldonado; followers at Temascaltepec; defection of Mirafuentes anticipated; increased size of Leon's band; San Gregorio; veintenas with Olvera in Chalco to protect against bandits from Morelos; departure for Tepetlaxtoc to observe Otumba and the Tlaxcala boundary; uniforms needed for Muñoz' troops from Toluca.
9689 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. November 17, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Warning by Eulalio Núñez sent to Jilotepec; use of telegraph to help locate Aureliano Rivera; Rivera's efforts to influence towns at Santiago Tlazala to rebel; co-operation of Colonel Limón urged; need for new jefe político at Tlalnepantla; Ambrosio Molina recommended; Núñez needed at Jilotepec to guard extreme of Monte Alto.
9690 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, ALS. November 18, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Attack on La Arena by Matías Estrada; need for Colonel Limón.
9691 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. November 18, 1871.
Visit to the Municipalidades; attack by rebels at Cahuacán, M[unici]p[alid]ad de Monte Bajo; loss of weapons; advance to Jiquipilco; preparations for pursuit; difficulty of persuading citizens to fight bands that have “una bandera política.”
9692 Santos Solís, Vicente. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. November 18, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Band of dissidents reported at Jiquipilco.
9693 Méndez, L[uis]. Mexico, ALS. November 18, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Minister's refusal to allow use of road to Vallejo; arrangements with property owners for right of way; preference of Torre and Bengoa for more expensive route to Toluca; slow progress; interference of the revolution; transportation of rails from Veracruz; instructions from England; operation of the lottery; Trojes de San José en Chalco.
9694 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. November 18, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Telegram to Presidente Municipal de Tepeji for Toledano to come for meeting.
9695 [Carta sin firma.] Villa del Valle, Unsigned. November 18, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Collection of alcabalas and other taxes; attention to duties after end of governor's term.
9696 Rojas, Jesús. Sultepec, ALS. November 18, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Collection of alcabala; collection of back taxes before end of governor's term of office.
9697 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Tlalnepantla. ALS. November 19, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Pursuit of Rivera; message for Colonel Toledano; criticism of Verdiguel by Sabás Iturbide and Secretario de la Jefatura Zubieta; Eulalio Núñez recommended to be Jefe político; Alejandro Tapia recommended to replace Núñez in Jilotepec; Molina recommended for Cuautitlán; Distrito de Tlalnepantla.
9698 Rodríguez y Arangoity, Ramón. Mexico, ALS. November 19, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Colonel Toledano; letters for Manuel Terreros; illness of wife of Vigil; insecurity of the roads.
9699 Olvera, A[ntonio]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Gefatura Política Distrito de Chalco. November 19, 1871.
Search in Montes de Juchitepec and Tepetlixpa; attack on town of Nepantla; recovery of horses; captives; escape into Morelos; troops in Jonacate; trial of captives.
9700 Díaz de la Vega, Rómulo. Mexico, LS. November 19, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Ill treatment suffered by his house in Tlalnepantla; use for government offices and billets; aid offered by Administrador de rentas Gómez; death of Gómez; inability to obtain justice from his successor Manero; request for just treatment.
9701 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, ALS. November 19, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Protection of public order; rebels reported at Zacualpan.
9702 Núñez, Eulalio. Santiago Tlazala, LS.1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Rolland Frères, Bordeaux. November 20, 1871.
Rebels reported at San Pedro Monte Bajo; co-operation with Escalona; gendarmes awaited; transfer of Toledano's gendarmes to command of Limón suggested; absence of Verdiguel.
9703 Cejudo, Pascual. Tenango, LS. November 20, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrest of Catarino Terán, Higinio Gailán, Pascual Terán, Marcelino García, and Tomás Salas from town of Coatepec, Municipalidad de Tianguistenco, accused of association with Ascencio Llanos; departure for Tianguistenco; Santiago Tlazala; Ramón Ramírez (alias El Chocolate) reported in Municipalidad de Calimaya; possible meeting with Quezada, Matías Estrada, and Sotomayor in Malinaltenango.
9704 Santos Solís, Vicente. Juchipilco, ALS. November 20, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Departure for Laguna Seca; Plaza de Monte Alto occupied by Government troops; withdrawal to Ixtlahuaca proposed.
9705 Muñoz, M[ariano]. Tem[]c, LS. November 20, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Precautions against troops of Matías Estrada; Veintenas; guards placed near Tejupilco; funds needed to support troops; ammunition shortage; Nova reported in Monte de las Cruces, supported by veintenas de Cieneguillas and San Mateo; Lic. Lara Tapia y Barrueta.
9706 Sotero (?), Julio. Arcos, LS. November 20, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Bands of Matías Estrada reported near Arcos; danger of increased strength of bands. Includes note in hand of Manuel Alas on danger from rebels.
9707 Escobar, Eugenio. Jilotepec, LS. November 20, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Decree No. 118; Circular 34 (published in La Ley); formation of padrones.
9708 Gutiérrez, F[rancisco] B. Texcoco, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. November 21, 1871.
Collection of Contribución personal; extra expenses caused by necessary military forces; proposed withdrawal of alcabala.
9709 Torre, I[sidoro] de la. Mexico, ALS. November 21, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting of Junta Directiva del Desagüe; payment of workers at Laguna de Lerma; insufficiency of funds from San Nicolás; costs increased by unsettled political conditions; Río de Lerma; new study needed for route of railway; danger from revolution.
9710 Limón, Francisco. Hacienda de Sila, ALS. November 22, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting with Cañedo, Escalona, and Núñez at Hacienda de la Encarnación; Aureliano at Llano de Doña Juana; movement to San Miguel; Rancho de Espíritu Santo; road to Paso Ancho; San Gerónimo; Aureliano at Río Frío; Verdiguel at Santiago Tlazala; Tenancingo.
9711 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Santiago Tlazala, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Stamp of office. November 22, 1871.
Meeting with Eulalio Núñez at Hacienda de la Encarnación; meeting with Colonel Telésforo Tuñón Cañedo; $60 loaned to National Guard at Hacienda de la Encarnación by Apolonio Sánchez; Naucalpan; request for payment from Aduana de Tlalnepantla; departure for Jilotzingo.
9712 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Santiago Tlazala, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Rolland Frères, Bordeaux. November 22, 1871.
Fight with Aureliano indecisive; meeting with Limón, Núñez, Escalona, at Hacienda de la Encarnación; pursuit of rebels in Santa Ana and San Cristóbal; pursuit of Lorenzo Hernández; Aureliano at Cahuacán and Villa del Carbón; Villagrán; Sergeant from La Ciudadela captured; departure of Verdiguel; depletion of military support by Federal funds; message to Mejía; payment to Infantry from Tlalnepantla; payment to Infantería de Naucalpan.
9713 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. November 22, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Conference with Toledano; Verdiguel; Jiménez, el cabecilla del Sur, defeated at Ometepec; his escape into Oaxaca State; death of Zárate in the fight; influence in Costa Chica.
9714 Trejo González, Rafael. Otumba, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. November 22, 1871.
Extensive suffering from bandit attacks; separation of Riva Palacio from Government widely regretted.
9715 García, Ezequiel. Zacualpam, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Bath. November 22, 1871.
Invasion by Matías Estrada; incident in Coatepec; defense presented by Izquierdo.
9716 Limón, Francisco. Nigini, ALS. November 23, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival at Hacienda de Sila; Aureliano reported at Hacienda de la Epifania, pursued by Fidencio (?); Timilpan; Acambay; Villagrán; departure for Hacienda de la Jordana; Mineral del Oro; Tierra Quemada.
9717 Tapia, Manuel S. Sultepec, LS. November 23, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Weapons demanded by Matías Estrada in Almoloya; request for arms and ammunition; Fundición de Arcos to furnish protection to Almoloya; need for mobile troops; payment from Aduana; effort to obtain ammunition from Seguridad pública and Presidentes Municipales; cost of ammunition.
9718 Santos Solís, Vicente. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. November 23, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Letter from Limón; Administrador de Toxhi[c]; request for more troops.
9719 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. November 24, 1871.
Arrival after pursuit of rebels at Tlazala; troops of Colonel Cañedo; Aureliano; defense against criticism of opponents; resignation of office as Jefe político; Payno; Martínez de la Torre; Ayuntamiento de Santa Ana Jilotzingo; Cabildo de Naucalpan; letter from Ministro de la Guerra.
9720 Zubieta, José. Tlalnepantla, ALS. November 24, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Criticism of actions of Verdiguel in face of uprising at Santiago Tlazala and needs of Santa Ana Jilotzingo; visit to Monte Bajo; return of Sotero Lozano with larger force; rebels reported in San Miguel; impression of Toledano indecisive.
9721 Núñez, Eulalio. Jilotepec, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. November 24, 1871.
Arrival in Santiago via Monte Bajo; troops of Cañedo; flight of Aureliano toward Espíritu Santo; Hacienda de Sila; route via Timilpan and Venta de San Lucas; arrival of Villagrán; withdrawal of rebels to Real del Oro and Tierra Quemada; Monte Alto; need for gendarmes for local defense; offer of office as Jefe político de Tlalnepantla declined.
9722 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. November 24, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Travel stopped between Ometusco and Tulancingo because of insecurity of the road; request for closer supervision.
9723 Santos Solís, Vicente. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. November 24, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
El Oro occupied by Rivera.
9724 Muñoz [Martínez?], Mariano. Tem[ascaltepe]c, LS. November 24, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Garrison in Tejupilco; payment of troops; manufacture of ammunition; reports of Maldonado from Texcoco; Limón; horses found in Cerro de la Sardina by Indians from Tequesquipan.
9725 Leyva, F[rancisco] de. Cuernavaca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Correspondencia particular del Gobernador del Estado de Morelos. November 24, 1871.
Notice of commissioner for State of Hidalgo; previous decision withdrawn.
9726 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Hacienda de San Isidro, ALS. November 24, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Return to Mexico from Monte Alto; Aureliano pursued by Limón and Villagrán in Distrito de Ixtlahuaca; horses of the Guardia Municipal for use in Chalco and Otumba; visit to Texcoco.
9727 Cejudo, Pascual. Tenango, LS. November 24, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival from Tianguistenco; watch for Ascencio Llanos, Aureliano Rivera, Soto Mayor, and Matías Estrada; guards at “puntos del Volcán.”
9728 Limón, Francisco. Hacienda del Mayorazgo, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Bath. November 25, 1871.
Infantry sent to Ixtlahuaca; prisoners and horses escorted by Captain Maza.
9729 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. November 25, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Meeting with Muñoz Ledo; conference with President about Núñez.
9730 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, ALS. November 25, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Watermark: Lacroix Frères.
Aureliano defeated by Colonel Limón.
9731 Díaz, J. J. Lerma, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design. November 26, 1871.
Jefe político in Ocoyoacac; news of defeat of Aureliano Rivera by Limón sent to Pascual Cejudo; provisions of Escalona for veintenas to watch roads near Otzolotepe[c] and Xonacatlán; provisions for Jiquipilco and Temoaya; Monte Alto.
9732 Lara, Rafael. Villa del Valle, ALS. November 25, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Letter from Limón from Hacienda del Salitre de Urendis; search for escapees from Aureliano Rivera's force; ammunition needed; poor quality of gunpowder; Matías Estrada pursued by Limón near Coatepec and Tenancingo; Nicanor Arias in Distrito de Zitácuaro jailed for receiving stolen goods; death of brother Dario [Arias].
9733 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. November 27, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Success of Limón at San Onofre; security of road from Ometusco to Tulancingo.
9734 Romero, M[atías]. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. November 27, 1871.
Dispatch of funds from Cuerpo de Policía Rural to Jefatura de Hacienda del Estado de México for Colonel Escalona.
9735 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. November 27, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting with Olvera and Zavala at Hacienda de Buenavista; Hacienda de San Isidro; threats from Morelos; pronunciamiento of troops of Kampfner; invasion of Texcoco by bands from Hidalgo; weapons taken at La Purificación; condition of the horses; conflict with Seguridad pública de Pachuca; defeat of Seguridad pública reported by Kampfner's second in command and arrieros; departure from Tepenpan (Tepexpan?) with gendarmes; Guardia Municipal withdrawn by telegraphic order of Mejía; occupation of Juchi reported by Olvera; troops of Cuéllar recommended for Apam and Juchi; troops in Hidalgo and on Morelos boundary.
9736 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. November 27, 1871.
Francisco Hernández sent to find Cañedo; robberies in Tula by Sotero Lozano; loss of money, horses, and arms; troops sent to Toledano by Ministro [de la Guerra]; order for payment sent to Administración principal de rentas of district; reimbursement to Administrador de la Hacienda de la Encarnación; Aduana accounts; ammunition sent to Municipalidad de Santa Ana Jilotzingo; money due from Municipalidad de Naucalpan.
9737 Cejudo, Felipe. Lerma, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design. November 27, 1871.
Aureliano defeated by Limón; watch for escapees from force of Rivera; roads guarded by veintenas.
9738 Trejo González, Rafael. Otumba, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. November 28, 1871.
Stagecoach from Tulancingo halted; stagecoach robberies reported in Hidalgo; Pachuca stagecoach; Ometusco and Hacienda de Jala patrolled by Third Cuerpo de Policía Rural; Cañedo; pursuit of bandits; success over Aureliano Rivera.
9739 Rosales, Emeterio. Tenancingo, LS. November 28, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Watermark: Lacroix Frères.
Success of Limón over Aureliano at Hacienda de San Onofre; Espinosa; news sent to Ixtapan and Coatepec; Mijares to pursue escapees; efforts to collect taxes; receipt of ammunition; bad gunpowder.
9740 Mancera, Gabriel. Mexico, Telegram. November 28, 1871.
1 l. 14 × 22 cm.
Request for escort for stagecoach bearing Aguirre Barrera and brother to Hidalgo.
9741 Martínez (Muñoz?), Mariano. Tem[ascaltepe]c, LS. November 29, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for pay for troops raised locally and in Jejup[il]co to combat forces of Matías Estrada.
9742 Manero y Sevilla, Francisco. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. November 29, 1871.
Recommendation for Rómulo Díaz de la Vega to make application direct for Secretaría General del Estado for settlement of his claim.
9743 Núñez, E[ulalio]. Jilotepec, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. November 30, 1871.
Limón left at Niginí, seeking Aureliano; Lozano reported at Tula; rumors of disaffection of family of Fito Flórez discounted; Temascalcingo; disaffection of Arteaga; possible commission to raise force of volunteers; Regino Castro recommended as replacement.
9744 Velá[zquez] Camilo(?). [Oficio a Josefina Bros de Riva Palacio.] Mexico, LS. 1 l. 22 × 32 cm. Embossed: Secretaría de Estado y del Despacho de Gobernación. Sección 3a. November 30, 1871.
Appointment to supervise administration and development of a School of Arts for Women.
9745 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. November 30, 1871.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Hacienda de Cadena; San Isidro; Otumba; mail from Tlalnepantla; Verdiguel; Tlazala; troops allowed by Mejía; Chalco; help requested by Trejo; Catarino Fragoso reported in district; recapture of Remigio Sánchez and Fernando Sánchez; their execution; bandits at Xochihuacán; help requested by Olvera and Presidente Municipal at Texcoco and Juchi; Toluca gendarmes in Chalco; horses requested; return of soldiers to Mexico.
9746 Enríquez, Gumes[ind]o. Jilotepec, ALS. 1 l. 20 × 25 cm. Embossed design. November 30, 1871.
Agreement of Governor and General Mejía to place Eulalio Núñez at head of mobile troops; bandits' fear of Núñez; Mejía's efforts to raise more troops.
9747 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. November 30, 1871.
Letter delivered to Cañedo by Francisco Hernández; departure of Tercio de Gendarmes; silence of Toledano and Trujillo; Sotero Lozano in Tula; guards on road to Mexico and to Cuautitlán; Distrito de Zumpango searched by Trujillo.
9748 Olvera, A[ntonio]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Jefatura política Distrito de Chalco. November 30, 1871.
Juchitepec occupied by Epifanio Portillo; meeting at Puente del Garabato; victory over band; escape of remnants under cover of night.
9749 Trejo González, R[afael]. Otumba, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. November 30, 1871.
Arrival of Cañedo; Jefe político de Chalco; terrain favorable to bandits.
9750 Toledano [y Flandes], J[osé]. Zumpango, LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. November 30, 1871.
Pursuit of Fragoso; letter sent to Jefes políticos of Cuautitlán and Tlalnepantla; Verdiguel in pursuit of Sotero Lozano; Fragoso in Hacienda de Bata and in Tezontlalpa; union of Fragoso with Vicente Montaño in Hidalgo at Hacienda de la Cañada; rifles sent by Ministro de la Guerra.
9751 Cruz, N[olasco]. Mexico, LS. November 30, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting with Mancera, commissioner of Hidalgo, for boundary settlement; disposition of Municipalidades of Hueypoxtla and Tequixquiac of the Distrito de Zumpango; consideration of Zumpango, Tuayuca(?) and Tolcayuca; Ixtlahuaca; Mambrú; Rancho de Tezontlalpa; Limon's victory published in Periódico Oficial of the State; Fragoso reported in Reyes; horses taken from Hacienda de Bata and Hacienda de Tezontlalpa; Toledano.
9752 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico. LS. November 30, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Gendarmes sent to Otumba, Chalco, and Texcoco; Cañedo.
9753 Cejudo, Felipe. Lerma, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design. November 30, 1871.
Road guarded in co-operation with Escalona; stagecoaches guarded.
9754 Cossío, Francisco. Chalco, LS. December 1, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Efforts to collect back taxes; bandits at Tepetlixpa and Juchi; charge in Gobierno General expected; tax collections forwarded to Tesorería General.
9755 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. December 1, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Regino Castro recommended to succeed Eulalio Núñez in Jilotepec if new unit is organized.
9756 Toledano [y Flandes], José. Zumpango, LS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Name embossed. December 1, 1871.
Receipt of order to arrest Ornaya and Alcántara; help of Jefe político de Tlalnepantla; elections.
9757 Juárez, B[enito]. Mexico, Telegram. December 1, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Assumption of office as President pending settlement of question by Congress.
9758 Rivera Melo, Luis. Enroute Mexico to Toluca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Libro Mayor R.S. México. December 1, 1871.
Transmittal of copy of Federalista; sensation caused by reorganization of cabinet; Bablot.
9759 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. December 1, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Success of Zavala against band from Tierra Caliente between Chalco and Morelos; Olvera; effort of Ministro de la Guerra to raise troops in each district; visit to towns near Tlaxcala.
9760 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Monogram. December 2, 1871.
The Santiago Tlazala incident; Municipalidades de Jilotzingo and Monte Bajo; Hacienda de la Encarnación; Núñez; Cañedo; Limón; orderly elections; insistence on voting for Don Mariano.
9761 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, December 2, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Effort to raise more troops; increase in banditry; Núñez to raise troops in Tlalnepantla and Cuautitlán; Cañedo; the Oaxaca Campaign.
9762 Lara, Rafael. Villa del Valle, LS. December 3, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Election of governor and primaries for Deputies for State Legislature; gubernatorial candidates Lic. León Guzmán, Zimbrón, and García; capture of bandits in La Cieneguilla; crimes at Ojos de Agua; false rumor of 100 men under Luis Arroyo in arms at Hacienda de Laureles, in Michoacán; road repairs needed; slowness of Jefe político de Toluca; Tulillo; Trejo urged to see to road repair.
9763 Toledano [y Flandes], José. Zumpango, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Bath. December 3, 1871.
Suspicious individuals sent to fill military quota; danger of their joining Sotero Lozano; Circular No. 52; election for governor; school supported by Hacienda de Santa Lucía; funds from Contribución recommended to pay teacher; annual salary of $72 recommended.
9764 Zambrana y Vázquez, S. Tenango, ALS. December 3, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Change from practice of medicine to teaching elementary school; Ledo Villarello.
9765 Toledano [y Flandes], José. Zumpango, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Name embossed. Colofon: Bath. December 4, 1871.
Circular 52; Silverio García in charge of elections; Administración de Rentas; $2000 requested by Sotero Lozado for Hacienda de Tezontlalpa and $200 for Hacienda de Casablanca; Cabecilla Portillo defeated by Olvera.
9766 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. December 4, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recruiting of new troops delayed by lack of state funds; adequacy of troops in Otumba, Texcoco, and Chalco; origin of bands placed in Morelos, Tlaxcala, and Hidalgo; elections for Governor; majority vote for General Riva Palacio; votes for Zimbrón, García, and Guzmán.
9767 Valle, P[edro] del. Mexico, ALS. December 5, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Riva Palacio to be President of Compañía del Panteón del Distrito Federal; meeting of Junta General del Ferrocarril de Toluca; burial of mining employee, killed by rebels at Mineral del Chico; English packet boat; delivery of rails from England.
9768 Torre, I[sidoro] de la. Mexico, ALS. December 5, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recovery from cold; Junta General del Desagüe; Lic. Joaquín Icaza; Sr. Pedreguera.
9769 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. December 5, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Military forces to be organized by Núñez and Cañedo; possible replacement of Verdiguel in Tlalnepantla; danger of attracting Aureliano.
9770 _____. Mexico, LS. December 6, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Sotero Lozano reported in Zumpango without resistance from Jefe político; aid of gendarmes and troops in Cuautitlán; Bandera sent to Cuautitlán; investigation of officials suggested; Núñez hurt by fall from horse; Aureliano in Transfiguración; Colonel Nolasco Cruz and Villagrán to pursue Aureliano; General Kampfner to go to Apam and aid Tulancingo after attack by Luis León; Negrete; Antonino [Tagle?] warned of danger to Pachuca from bandits.
9771 Limón, Francisco. Coatepec Harinas, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Colofon: Patent under Bath. December 6, 1871.
District demoralized; absence of Jefe político and Administrador de Rentas; Matías Estrada reported at San Andrés, District of Tenancingo; Palpa probable destination; departure for Ixtapam (Ixtapan?).
9772 Toledano [y Flandes], José. Cuautitlán, ALS. December 6, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Action at Zumpango; efforts of officers; indifference of gendarmes; escape from house; help asked of Gobierno General; Sotero Lozano's band en route to Tizayuca with defectors from troops of Kampfner and Villagrán; prisoners released from jail; instructions awaited.
9773 Olvera, A[ntonio]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Jefatura política, Distrito de Chalco. December 6, 1871.
Letter from Leyva; meeting with Fandiño in Otumba; agreement on expedition to Montes de Juchitepec and Totolapan; bandit hideouts in Morelos; Zavala; compensation requested for payments to troops; use of funds from Administración de Rentas.
9774 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Tlalnepantla, LS. 2 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. December 6, 1871.
Gendarmes and horses taken from Zumpango by Lozano; arrival of stagecoach; pursuit of Aureliano; help requested by Toledano.
9775 Bandera, M[anuel]. Cuautitlán, ALS. December 6, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Aid requested by Toledano; Sotero Lozano and Fragoso near Zumpango.
9776 Cejudo, Felipe. Lerma, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design. December 7, 1871.
Rebels at Transfiguración; vigilance ordered at Otzolotepec, Xonacatlán, and Huisquilucan.
9777 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, Telegram. December 7, 1871.
1 l. 14 × 22 cm.
Orders sent to Cruz, Verdiguel, and Toledano.
9778 _____. Mexico, LS. December 7, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Illness of Núñez; Verdiguel; Toledano to be treated as state official, not a Federal officer.
9779 _____. Mexico, LS. December 8, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Orders sent to Zubieta, Nolasco Cruz, and Toledano.
9780 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. December 8, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Telegram from Ministro de la Guerra; plan to raise mounted forces in districts; similar order to Cruz and Núñez; Zavala recommended to command troops; local commander sent to Chalco; Captain Tunes and Juan Francisco removed to appoint Aguilar; payments by Administradores de Rentas; Vidaurrazaga made inspector de las Veintenas de Chalco; unpopularity with Zavala and Olvera; refusal to support Zimbrón for Governor; threats by Cuevas; anonymous letter; report by Icaza in Mexico; proposals by Zimbrón in Casa de Diligencias, discussing Guzmán and García; Fair at Chiautla.
9781 Verdiguel y Fernández, José María. Mexico, Telegram. December 9, 1871.
1 l. 14 × 22 cm.
Illness of alcalde; illness; departure.
9782 Zubieta, José. Tlalnepantla, ALS. December 9, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Orders sent to Zumpango; Alcalde segundo acting as Jefe político; illness of Presidente municipal; Cruz.
9783 Cejudo, Felipe. Lerma, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design. December 10, 1871.
Wagon train robbed at Río Hondo en route to Morelia; Llano de Salazar; reported flight of escort; pursuit by men from Ocoyoacac; meeting at Portezuelo; escape toward Camino Nacional; pursuit by Salazar.
9784 _____. Lerma, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design. December 10, 1871.
Arrival of Escalona's Cavalry to escort political prisoners.
9785 Viveros(?), Cristóbal. Zumpango, LS. December 10, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Duties as Presidente del Ayuntamiento; letter to Ortiz; assumption of duties as Jefe político.
9786 García, Ezequiel. Ixtapan, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Bath. December 10, 1871.
Aid to Colonel Francisco Limón in pursuit of Matías Estrada; death of Inocente Patiño; discovery of items taken from Coatepec Harinas.
9787 Limón, Francisco. Ixtapan, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Bath. December 10, 1871.
Pursuit of Matías Estrada, Noverone, and Quesada; difficulty of the terrain; death of Inocente Patiño; recovery of items stolen from house of Jefe político in Coatepec; return of stolen horse to citizen of Tonatico.
9788 Flores, S. Mexico and Puebla, Telegram. December 10, 1871.
1 l. 14 × 22 cm.
Request for information about José Toledano, Jefe político de Zumpango.
9789 Olvera, Antonio. Mexico and Tlalmanalco, Telegram. December 10, 1871.
1 l. 14 × 22 cm.
Lic. Juan Chávez Ganancia elected Diputado propietario by Colegio electoral; substitute, Guillermo Tirado.
9790 SOCIEDAD ARTÍSTICA REGENERADORA. Toluca, Signed: Jesús María Cárdenas (Presidente), Pomposo Becerril, Secretario. December 10, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Vote of thanks for services.
9791 Zubieta, José. Tlalnepantla, ALS. December 11, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Aureliano reported in Santiago Tlazala; Nolasco Cruz; indifference of the citizens; Eulalio Núñez elected diputado propietario; Sánchez Solís, substitute.
9792 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. December 11, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Search for Matías Estrada; approval of Jefe político de Ixtapan; troops organized in Coatepec and in Tonatico; Major Vicente Vargas; Ascencio Llanos reported in Ocuilan; departure of Lieutenant Colonel Bernal.
9793 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. December 11, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Toledano; defeat of Sotero Lozano by Nolasco Cruz and Villagrán at Actopan; request for more recruits.
9794 Ortigoso, Vicente. Guad[alajar]a, ALS. December 11, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Business with mill; rumor of appointment as Administrador de Rentas denied; Vallarta; alcabalas; Don Mariano to leave office in Toluca; hope for Don Mariano to become president or minister; purchase of millstones; news of revolution requested.
9795 Bandera, Manuel. Cuautitlán, LS. December 12, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Escape of gendarmes from Lozano in Zumpango; Major Guerrero; Rincón and four soldiers reported to Jefe político de Tula; telegram from Ministro de la Guerra.
9796 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. December 13, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Nolasco Cruz appointed Jefe político de Tlalnepantla; Zumpango preferred place for Cruz because of nearness to Hidalgo.
9797 Cruz, Nolasco. Zumpango, LS. December 13, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Appointment as Jefe de la 5a de Línea accepted; need for reorganization of troops; indifference of some citizens, including the Juez de Letras; influence of Fragoso.
9798 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. December 13, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Action at Puente del Garavato; unworthy conduct of Miranda; criticism of Zavala and Olvera; jailbreak; departure for Mexico for horses and uniforms for troops of Gobierno General; reorganization of forces.
9799 García López, Francisco. Mexico, ALS. December 13, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Presidente del Ayuntamiento de Sultepec; imprisonment of brother Francisco Pérez López; interference of Juez de primera instancia in election; involvement of Jefe político; discussion with Jefe político Manuel S. Tapia and his son Alejandro Tapia, candidate to Legislature; Congreso Constitutional.
9800 López, Juan F. Mexico, ALS. December 14, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Rovalo's arrangements with General Leyva for opening road to Morelos; travel delayed by political events; Cuernavaca; work on bridges; budget of Jefatura política de Chalco; bridge over Río Miraflores and at Ameca.
9801 Zubieta, José. Tlalnepantla, ALS. December 14, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Resignation of Verdiguel; appointment of Nolasco Cruz as Jefe político; rebels at Hacienda de la Encarnación and Las Lomas; report by Presidente de Monte Bajo; orders for local defenses; troops from Naucalpan, Monte Bajo.
9802 Bandera, M[anuel]. Cuautitlán, LS. December 15, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of Estatutos de la Sociedad de Agricultura; help rendered Tercio de Gendarmería; Cruz; uniforms; arrival of men from Tula.
9803 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. December 15, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Cruz moved from Zumpango to Monte Alto to pursue Aureliano; Colonel León Ugalde sent to command Tercio de Tlalnepantla and towns near Naucalpan; law concerning required military service.
9804 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. December 15, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Documents requested from Jefe político de Coatepec; funds to be delivered to Ayudante Varela; pursuit of Matías.
9805 Islas, G[abriel?]. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Libro Mayor R.S. México. December 15, 1871.
Recommendation for Benita Covarrubias in defense of her son, accused of rebellion.
9806 Cossío, Francisco. Chalco. LS. December 15, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Efforts to collect taxes; Tesorería General del Estado; bandits near Juchi; note from Sub-receptor de Tenango; cabecillas identified as Enrique Blanco, Epifanio Portilla, and Pedro Cruz.
9807 Torre, I[sidoro] de la. Mexico, ALS. December 15, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting of Junta General del Desagüe; illness of Pedreguera; Icaza; Don Guillermo; hope for better times; results of lottery. Has 12-centavo stamp.
9808 Zubieta, José. Tlalnepantla, ALS. December 16, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival of troops under Ugalde and Castillo from Ministro de la Guerra; co-operation with forces at Naucalpan; Monte Bajo; departure for Monte Alto; Santiago Tlazala recognized as center of bandit activity; Santa Ana Jilotzingo armed for self defense; payments by Administrador de rentas.
9809 Escalona, J[osé] M[aría]. Río Hondo, LS. December 16, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting with Jefe político de Lerma; Nolasco Cruz; slowness of mail to Tlalnepantla; agreement with Cejudo for attack on Aureliano.
9810 García, Ezequiel. Ixtapan, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Patent under Bath. December 16, 1871.
Receipt of Estatutos de la Sociedad de Agricultura; distribution to farmers; separation of Don Mariano from office; Voto de Gracias planned by the Ayuntamiento. Includes copy of letter:
a. Ezequiel García: [Carta a Juan Núñez, acompañándole ejemplar de los Estatutos de la Sociedad de Agricultores.] Ixtapan, 1 l. f. 2-2v. Interest in improving agriculture; plan for meeting of farmers. Copies sent to Mariano Tapia in Coatepec Harinas, to Víctor Díaz in Zacualpan, to José Gertrudis Ayala in Tonatico, Miguel Ángel González; report to Governor Mariano Riva Palacio. December 16, 1871.
9811 Díaz, J. J. Lerma, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design. December 16, 1871.
Letter from Escalona to Jefe político; meeting at Río Hondo with Colonel Nolasco Cruz.
9812 Limón, Francisco. Tenancingo, LS. December 17, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Troops of Major Vargas y Mujares left with Jefe político de Coatepec; cavalry pickets pulled in; Jefe de Seguridad Ignacio Lugo of Guerrero State left to pursue Matías Estrada.
9813 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Mexico, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design: Bath. December 17, 1871.
General Díaz in Distrito de Chalco; Olvera with gendarmes at Ayotla to cut off Don Porfirio from road to Texcoco; preparations to evacuate offices from Texcoco with archives, funds of the Administración de Rentas; weapons packed; approach of Díaz troops and withdrawal of government forces; approach of Benítez, Secretary of General Díaz; threat to shoot imposters operating under his name; advance toward Tlaxcala; policy statement: No war on state governments, only against Juárez; bandits from Tierra Caliente, Juchi, and Hidalgo expected to disappear; good order observed in Texcoco.
9814 Zubieta, José. Tlalnepantla, ALS. December 17, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Report by Presidente Municipal de Santa Ana; towns of Monte Bajo under control of Aureliano; Ugalde's troops at El Monte; Nolasco at San Pedro Atzcapotzaltongo; Escalona on road to Huisquilucan; Cavalry of Díaz at Chalco; Naucalpam.
9815 Gutiérr[ez], F[rancisco de] B. Texcoco, LS. December 17, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Occupation of city for half hour by troops of General Porfirio Díaz; departure toward Calpulampan (Calpulalpan?); records hidden; no money or arms demanded by troops; payment for all purchases; Generals Toro and Galván and Secretary Benítez reported in the army; rumor of another invasion.
9815A Altamirano, Ignacio de. [Carta a Manuel.] ALS. 1 l. 13 × 21 cm. Monogram. December 17 [1871?]
Introduction to Mariano Valdespino Figueroa, applicant for position with Ferrocarril de Toluca; recommendation needed from friend of Don Mariano. Includes added note, evidently meant for Mariano Riva Palacio, recommending the applicant, signed José M. Baranda (?).
9816 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. December 18, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Departure of enemy from Texcoco for Tepetlaoxtoc and Calpulalpam; night spent at Hacienda de San Lorenzo; continuation to Naxaquiahicac (Neaxaquiahicac?) and Tlaxco; General Rocha in pursuit of Díaz at Buenavista and Río Frío; diversion to Tlaxcala; troops sent from capital under General Prisciliano Flores; Colonel Cruz sent with Flores; weapons sent to Olvera, Jefe político de Chalco.
9817 Cruz, N[olasco]. Zumpango, LS. December 18, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Return from Tlalnepantla; withdrawal of enemy from Texcoco; Casimiro Infante recommended as replacement; troops from Cuautitlán and Zumpango; Hacienda de Casablanca; Escalona.
9818 Tapia, Manuel S. Sultepec, LS. December 18, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Promise of co-operation in implementing work of Sociedad de Agricultura; Junta Directiva to be set up; Jilotepec; separation of Governor from office regretted.
9819 Muñoz, M[ariano]. Tem[ascaltepe]c, LS. December 18, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Departure for Hacienda de San Martín Luvianos; conspiracy reported by Trinidad Macedo, Presidente municipal de Tejupilco. Includes copy of letter:
a. [Trinidad Macedo: Carta a Mariano Muñoz.] Tejupilco, 1 l. f. 2-2v. Conspiracy at Hacienda de Luvianos; arrival of Chávez to escape persecution at Pungarabato; association with Vicente Rodríguez of Estancia Grande, Rodríguez Benítez of El Estanco, und Ugartes of San Sebastián; Acatitlán. December 18, 1871.
9820 VILLA DE ZINCANTEPEC. LS. 4 l. f. 5-8. 22 × 33 cm. Stamp: Presidencia Mnal de Zinacantepec. December 18, 1871.
Vote of Thanks. Praise for past works; religious protection; public instruction; Instituto de niñas under Hermanas de la Caridad; public buildings built; Palacio de Gobierno; telegraph lines; railway project; drainage of Laguna de Lerma. Signed: Francisco Aguilar, José F. Aguila[r], Martín T. Aguilar, Luis Agustín, J. Dolores Albarrán, José L. Albarrán, Gerónimo Álvarez, José María Arreaga, Bonifacio Báez, Juan F. Báez, Mariano de Jesús Báez (2 times), Jesús Ballesteros, Antonio Manuel Barrientos, Florencio Barrientos, Jesús Barrientos, Ramón Barrientos, Vicente Barrientos (2 times), Gregorio Bernal, José María Bernal, Francisco Bracamonte, José de la Luz Coy[], Teodoro Cruz, José Cuenca, Jesús Chávez, Fabián S. Díaz, Francisco Díaz, Jesús Díaz, Braulio Flores, M. Galindo, José A. García, Miguel García (cura párroco), José F. Garibay, Antonio González, Benito González, Carmen González, Eligio González, Juan V. González, Francisco González Cueva, Francisco Hernández, G. Nicanor Hernández, Jalneo(?) [H]ernández, Jorge Hernández, Cristóbal Ignacio, Jesús López, Zeferino López, Jesús López Tello, José Magdalena, Felipe Medina, Pantaleón Medina, Buenaventura Mepa (Mejía?), Jesús Mejía, Porfirio Mejía, Guillermo Mondragón, Juan Mondragón, Pablo Mondragón, Wenceslao Mondragón (Auxiliar suplente de Luis Pablo Ramírez), Antonio Morales, Camilo Nieto, Pascasio Nieto, Manuel Núñez, Gregorio Orozco, Pedro Pablo Orozco, Ramón U. Ortiz, Margarito Palma, Julián Pérez, Jesús Pezaña, Luis Pezaña, Luis G. Pezaña, Jesús Pliego, Pedro Pliego, Trinidad Quintero, Ascencio Ramírez, Narciso Reyes, José María Rocha, Saturnino Rodríguez, Sebastián Rodríguez, F. Romero, Gabino Romero, Luisano Ruiz, José Sánchez (2 times), José María Sánchez, Magdaleno Santa Ana, Juan Soches (Presidente Municipal), Cristóbal Soto, Román Soto, Sabino Soto, Antonio Torres, Fernando V. y Valdés, Bernabé Velázquez, Silvestre Velázquez, Francisco Vilchis, and Manuel Zúñiga. From Pueblo de Santa Cruz Cuautenco; Antonio Abad, Martín Abad, Tomás Delgado, Manuel López Tello, Claro Martínez, Rafael Romero, Alejandro Valdez, Francisco Valdez, Tomás Valdez, Vi[c]ente Valle Villegas, Antonio Villegas, Domingo Villegas, Joaquín Villegas, Mariano de Jesús Villegas, and Pedro Villegas.
9821 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. December 19, 1871.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Passage of General Díaz through Chalco; danger to Chalco relieved by absorption of bands into army of Díaz; bands at Otumba and Tlaxcala and Apam; exemplary conduct of Díaz' army; loss of doctor to the army; Ameca; recruits from Ozumba and Ameca; good condition of troops; Galván; Martínez; rear guard of bandits from Tehuacán, Puebla, and Morelos; Márquez Galindo reported with Díaz; Lic. Benítez; Plan de la Noria; ill health of Don Porfirio reported; dissillusionment of populace; distribution of Estatutos de la Sociedad de Agricultura; Miranda; Zavala.
9822 Muñoz, Mariano. Tem[ascaltepe]c, LS. December 19, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Election returns awaited from Coatepec Harinas and Zacualpam.
9823 García López, Francisco. Mexico, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: 1a. Calle de San Juan No. 7. December 19, 1871.
Imprisonment of Francisco Pérez López for opposition to Ayuntamiento de Sultepec; election of Alejandro questioned.
9824 VILLA DE ALMOLOYA. Copy, with signatures of citizens. 2 l. f. 10-11v. 22 × 33 cm. Stamp of Presidencia. December 20, 1871.
Voto de gracias. Copy of minutes of the Cabildo. Signatories: Miguel Barrientos, Juan Maldonado, Antonio Ansaldo, Margarito Velázquez, Tomás Chávez, Perfecto Estrada, Concepción Santana, José Posadas, Felipe Hávila, Tiburcio Castro, Onofre Estrada, Vicente Gutiérrez, José María Leónides Estrada, and Antonio López. Copy is followed by original signatures of citizens as follows; dated December 21, 1871: Prisiciliano Barrientos, José López, Jesús González Aragón, Miguel García, Agustín López, Donaciano Santa Ana, Trinidad Carmona, Yualio (?) Montes de Oca, José Colín Eutimio Estrada, José Contreras, Pomposo Salgado, Bonifacio Estrada, Camilo Barrientos, José María Bernal, Antonio Colín, Epimenio Martínez, Telésforo Naba, Francisco Guasal, Epitacio Luque, Jesús Mendieta, Rosendo Estrada, León Hernández, Joaquín Albarrán, Blas Luq. de Mercado, Martín Fonseca, I. Agustín Montes de Oca, Epitacio Bernal, Saturnino Montes de Oca, Julián Mouno (?), Gabriel García, Plácido Mercado, Cruz Valdéz, Suolas(?) Berneal (Bernal?), Rosalio García, Bonifacio Salgado, Joaquín Salgado, Agustín Salgado, Antonio Consuelo, Zacarias Benhumea, Francisco Mendieta, Abundio Alvarado, Vicente Zepeda, Pedro Escudero, Abrán Bernal, Abundio Bernal, Rafael Carmona, Hipólito Cortés, Jesús Santana, Mariano Carmona, Eulalio Valdez, Romualdo Carmona, Eugenio Díaz, Felipe Fabila, Silvino Martínez, Silviano García, Francisco Inierta, Modesto García, José Mendieta, Plácido Estra[d]o, Cenobio Montes de Oca, Jesús Alvarado, José Galván, J. Pioquinto Colín, and Antonio López.
9825 MUNICIPALIDAD DE LAS LLAVES. Merced de las Llaves, LS. 2 l. f. 12-13. December 20, 1871.
22 × 33 cm.
Voto de gracias. Signatures: José María González, Juan García, Figueroa, Joaquín Velázquez, Emiliano Moreno, José María Vieyra, Francisco Salgado, Juan García Reyes, Silviano Reyes, José M. Carvajal, José María Salgado, Susano Carbajal, Marcelino García, Manuel Hernández, Máximo Becerril, Altagracia (Magracia?) Guzmán, Trinidad Becerril, Jesús Contreras, José María Garduño, Francisco Juárez, Domingo Guzmán, Demetrio Estrada, José María Vilchis, Felipe Reynas, José Salgado, Domingo Álvarez, Leocadio(?) García F., Perfecto Bueno, Andrés Mercado, Rafael Vilchis, José García, Basilio Gómez, José María Vilchis, Juan Soto, Guadalupe Mejía y Moxón, Bernardo Medina, Trinidad Bema (Besna?), and Manuel Jordán.
9826 MUNICIPIO DE SAN FRANCISCO TLALCHILACALPA. LS. 2 l. f. 14-15v. 22 × 33 cm. Stamp of office. December 20, 1871.
Voto de gracias. Signatures: Jesús Orozco (President), Francisco Plata, Celso Lara, Benito Bonada, Eulalio Orozco, Jesús Gómez, Luis Orozco, Manuel Zea, Manuel Orozco, Lázaro Álvarez, Tomás Lara, Eugenio Cuarenta, Genaro Salgado, José Vázquez, Espiridión Orozco, Julio Orozco, Manuel Uribe, Nicolás Miranda, and Anastasio González, Secretario.
9827 Herrera y Campos, Francisco. Mexico, ALS. December 20, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Need for copies of laws, decrees, and orders since 1861; Código civil, penal, y de procedimientos.
9828 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. and 13 × 22 cm. Embossed design with letters PARIS. December 20, 1871.
Train robbed by Sotero Lozano and Fragoso at Tepexpan; bandits pursued into Hidalgo; Otumba; bandit activity; Chalco; letter from Don Porfirio. Includes Telegram:
a. Ignacio Mejía: [Telegrama a Cañedo.] Mexico, 1 l. 13 × 22 cm. Aid to railway; return to Texcoco; escort for trains; General Díaz reported in Tlaxco. December 19, 1871.
9829 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. December 20, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Movements of Aureliano and Asunción Llanos toward Jalatlaco; departure of Figueroa's forces from Cuernavaca; Leyva; Capulín; Limón to go to Santiago Tianiquistengo (Tianguistenco); return of Cruz; Cuautitlán.
9830 PUEBLO DE LA ASUNCIÓN MALACATEPEC. LS. f. 4-4v. Stamp of office. December 20, 1871.
Voto de gracias. Signatures: Manuel Mendieta, Jesús Vilchis, Martín Becerril, Tranquilino Jiménez, Juan N. Reyes; Ignacio Mendieta, and Juan Villegas.
9831 PUEBLO DE SAN JOSÉ MALACATEPEC. LS. 1 l. f. 3-3v. 22 × 32 cm. Stamp of office. December 21, 1871.
Voto de gracias. Signatures: Juan F. Reyes, Juan S. Rubio, Miguel Rubio, Hipólito Valle, Antonio G. Munguía, Severo Munguía, José María Mondragón, Agustín M. Becerril.
9832 MUNICIPIO DE SANTO T'OMÁS. LS. 1 l. f. 5. 22 × 33 cm. Embossed: Tenencia Municipal de Santo Tomás. December 21, 1871.
Voto de gracias. Signatures: Domingo Ávila, Tomás Ávila, Martín Domínguez, Petronilo Nalano, Jesús Rebollar, Remigio Nalano, Domingo Haz (Raíz?), Antonio María, Carlos Navarro, Jesús Ortega, Luceno Reyes, and José M. Ávila.
9833 VILLA DE METEPEC. Copy, signed Gabriel Sánchez, same date. 1 l. f. 4-4v. December 21, 1871.
22 × 33 cm.
Voto de gracias. Signatories: Gabriel Sánchez, Dario Espinosa, Narciso Maya, Luis Rodríguez, Manuel Gutiérrez, Mariano del Carmen Rosario, Félix Camacho, Julián Hernández, Pantaleón Fragoso, Agustín Ortega, José Rosario, P[]ningo Ortega, Próspero Cristóbal, Crescencio Guadarrama, Nemesio Lara, José Espiridión, Guadalupe Nava, José Evarizto, Celio Rivas, Francisco Díaz, Filomeno Mulia, Isidro Mondragón, Teodocio Estrada, Anselmo Robles, and Agustín Mejía.
9834 Barrientos, Miguel. Almoloya, LS. 1 l. f. 9. 22 × 33 cm. Stamp of office. December 21, 1871.
Transmittal of Voto de Gracias.
9835 Olvera, A[ntonio]. Tlalmanalco, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed: Gefatura política, Distrito de Chalco. December 21, 1871.
Pursuit of Pedro Cruz with gendarmes and veintena from Tenango; successful action at Ocosusco; weapons recovered. Disposition of prisoners.
9836 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. December 21, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Brief encounters with enemy reported by Cañedo; Molina to replace Verdiguel in Tlalnepantla; Colonel Eulalio Núñez recommended as Jefe político y militar in Tlalnepantla; Toledano not recommended.
9837 Cejudo, Felipe. Lerma, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design. December 21, 1871.
Return from Monte de las Cruces with Muñoz; bandits pursued by Escalona; Cebrían (?) in pursuit at Barranca Honda, near Cerro de Ajusco; meeting at Cieneguillas; Guardia Municipal de Huisquilucan on Camino Nacional; desertion of soldier from Gendarmes de Tenango; illness of brother Pascual.
9838 Bandera, Manuel. Cuautitlán, ALS. December 21, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Gendarmes in Zumpango; trenches built for defense of city; Colonel Cruz; Sotero Lozano at Temascalapa, pursued by Villagrán.
9839 López, Francisco F. Mexico, ALS. December 21, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Mail intercepted; Lic. Chávez; delay in order for construction of bridges on Morelos road.
9840 PRESIDENCIA MUNICIPAL DE LA VILLA DEL VALLE. Villa del Valle, LS. 1 l. f. 1-1v. Embossed heading. December 22, 1871.
22 × 33 cm.
Voto de Gracias. Comparison with Classical figures. Signatures: Manuel Almazán, Andrés Mendieta, V. Mansilla, Fermín Espinosa, Rafael Ramírez, Jacobo Patiño, Jesús Salinas, Agustín Reyes, Joaquín Bernal (?), Inocente García, Emilio Ballesteros, Eunq[] Calderón, Secretary.
9841 PRESIDENCIA MUNICIPAL DE TOLUCA. Toluca, LS. 1 l. f. 3-3v. 22 × 33 cm. Embossed heading. December 22, 1871.
Voto de Gracias. Signatures: Camila Zamora, Enrique Villela, Francisco Ávila Anaya, Antonio Montes de Oca, Isauro Manuel Garrido, Antonio Hernández, Teodoro Zúñiga, Plácido Estévez, Jesús Jiménez, Julián R. Nava, Guillermo Morero (Monroy?), Rafael C. Estévez, M. Carg[]to García Rendón, and Román Navarrete, Secretary.
9842 Cruz, N[olasco]. Tlalnepantla, LS. December 22, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Aureliano at Monte Alto; pursuit planned with Colonel Ugalde and troops from Cuautitlán; route of Porfirio Díaz via Texcoco and Calpulalpan to Tlaxco, then Otumba, pursued by Rocha and General Flores from Tlaxcala; reappearance of Sotero Lozano, Catarino Fragoso, and Montaño; assault on train at Tepexpa[n]; Villagrán at Texontepec (Tezontepec); Casimiro Infante appointed Jefe político de Zumpango; list of weapons needed; assistance from haciendas.
9843 Bandera, Manuel. Cuautitlán, ALS. December 22, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Courier sent to San Pedro Atzcapotzaltongo; misunderstanding of laws on remission of election results; Zumpango; election results from Huehuetoca, San Miguel, Teoloyucan, Coyotepec, Jiquipilco, Villa del Carbón, and Monte Bajo; route via Tlalnepantla; troops of Colonel Cruz.
9844 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design: Imperio Mexicano. December 23, 1871.
Troops requested by Presidente municipal de Tenango; Brother Felipe [Cejudo] informed of bandit hideout by Escalona; pursuit by Muñoz and troops from Huisquilucan; aid requested of Presidente Municipal de Ocoyoacac; Montes de Atlapulco.
9845 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. December 23, 1871.
3 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Successful action against band of Pedro Cruz at Monte de Oconusco (?); Carranza; incident at Tepexpan; telegram from Ministro to organize 3er Escuadrón de Auxiliares; relations with Zimbrón. Transmittal of copy of letter:
a. Porfirio Díaz: [Carta a Tuñón Cañedo.] Colón, Copy. f. 2-2v. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Stamp of Jefatura política de Texcoco. Don Nicolás; invitation to join Díaz forces. December 12, 1871.
b. T. Tuñón Cañedo: [Carta a Porfirio Díaz.] Certified copy by Ángel del Pino, Secretario, Texcoco, 2 l. f. 2v-3v. letter from Hacienda de Colón delivered by brother Nicolás [Cañedo?]; support of Juárez; original letter sent to Ministro de la Guerra. December 19, 1871.
9846 Cejudo, Felipe. Lerma, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design. December 23, 1871.
Arrest of suspect at Ranchos de Acasulco; troops sent from Ocoyoacac; pursuit of bands at Huisquilucan; flight to Las Cruces; departure of Muñoz for Huisquilucan to help Escalona; health of Pascual.
9847 AYUNTAMIENTO DEL MUNICIPIO DE IXTAPA[N] DEL ORO. Ixtapa[n] del Oro, LS. 2 l. 22 × 33 cm. Stamp: Alcaldía Municipal de Ixtapa[n] del Oro. December 23, 1871.
Voto de gracias. Signatures: Trinidad González, Fermín Bárcenas, J. Gutiérres, and Luis M. Cardoso, Secretary.
9848 Santos Solís, Vicente. Ixtlahuaca, ALS. December 24, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Pursuit of rebels at Mineral del Oro and Angangueo; Colonel Bernal; departure for San Felipe.
9849 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, ALS. December 24, 1871.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Defeat of Ugalde by Aureliano and Pueblo de Monte Alto; retreat to San Pedro Atzcapotzaltongo; aid by Nolasco Cruz; aid by Eulalio Núñez; aid expected from Zumpango.
9850 Sánchez, Cosme. H. Tenango, LS. December 24, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Movement of rebels from Ocuila[n] to Pedregal and Santiago; Zimbrón; peaceful conditions needed.
9851 Cejudo, Pascual. Lerma, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Embossed design: Imperio Mexicano. December 24, 1871.
Muñoz sent to San Bartolomé Ozolotepec (San Bartolo?); residents of Monte Alto expected at fair to spy for Aureliano.
9852 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, Telegram. December 25, 1871.
1 l. 14 × 22 cm.
Transfer of office from Riva Palacio to Lic. Zimbrón.
9853 Trejo, Justo. Toluca, LS. 2 l. f. 1-2v. December 25, 1871.
22 × 33 cm.
Voto de gracias and transmittal of voto from Distrito de Toluca.
9854 Santos Solís, Vicente. Mineral del Oro, ALS. December 25, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Attack planned on Pliego, Bravo, and Fragoso at Angangueo; meeting in Toluca missed.
9855 Mondragón y Morales, Jesús. Toluca, ALS. December 25, 1871.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Verse in eight lines, praising “Gran Mariano.”
9856 AYUNTAMIENTO DE TEOTIHUACÁN. Teotihuacán, LS. 1 l. 22 × 33 cm. Stamp of office. December 25, 1871.
Voto de gracias. Signatures: Petronilo Montes de Oca and Guadalupe Ávila.
9857 CASINO HISPANO MEXICANO. Toluca, LS. 1 l. 14 × 22 cm. Embossed heading. December 26, 1871.
Voto de gracias. Signed A. Sánchez and A. Barreiro.
9858 DIRECCIÓN DE BENEFICENCIA PÚBLICA. Toluca, LS. 2 l. 22 × 33 cm. Embossed letterhead. December 26, 1871.
Voto de gracias. List of accomplishments: Sala de enfermería de mujeres; additions to building; water supply; clothing furnished; Colegio de Niñas. Signatures: Ignacio Mañón y Valle, Feliciano Sierra y Rosso, José Estrada, Felipe Estévez, and Joaquín G. Luna, Secretary.
9859 SOCIEDAD PROGRESISTA DE ARTESANOS. Toluca, LS. 1 l. 22 × 33 cm. Embossed letterhead. December 26, 1871.
Voto de gracias. Signatures: Margarito Gutiérrez, Luis Bano y Rodríguez, Luis Santa María, Felipe Maza, Alejandro Jiménez, Guadalupe Pérez, Jesús Mejía, Inés Galán, Manuel Cabrera, Benigno Castro, Jesús Castañón, Cenobio Vargas, Manuel Rozas, Guadalupe García, Gregorio Pérez, Luis Villegas, Genaro Elisalde, José María Esquivel, Rafael Chávez, Higinio Cerecero, Jesús V. Elisalde, Leonardo Sánchez Montaño.
9860 TRIBUNAL SUPERIOR DE JUSTICIA DEL ESTADO DE MÉXICO. Toluca, LS. 1 l. 22 × 33 cm. Stamped letterhead. December 26, 1871.
Voto de Gracias. Signed: Valentín Gómez.
9861 Estévez, Felipe. Toluca, LS. 1 l. 22 × 33 cm. Name embossed. December 26, 1871.
Voto de gracias. Also signed Rafael C. Estévez, Francisco B. Estévez, and Antonio Estévez.
9862 Mejía, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 22 × 33 cm. Embossed: Ministerio de Guerra y Marina. December 28, 1871.
Office as Governor relinquished to Lic. Antonio Zimbrón by action of Legislature, Decree No. 101 as Gobernador interino.
9863 Escobar, Eugenio. Jilotepec, LS. December 28, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Colonel Núñez; notice of change of governors; service as Administrador de Rentas.
9864 Cañedo, T. Tuñón. Texcoco, ALS. December 29, 1871.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of speech, delivered by Gutiérrez; attention to orders received.
9865 SECRETARÍA DE ESTADO Y DEL DESPACHO DE GOBERNACIÓN. Mexico, LS, signed: [José María] Castillo Velasco. 1 l. 22 × 33 cm. Embossed. December 28, 1871.
Transfer of office to Antonio Zimbrón.
9866 Álvarez, Ramón I. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 22 × 33 cm Embossed: Ministerio de Justicia i Instrucción Pública. December 29, 1871.
Transfer of office to Antonio Zimbrón.
9867 Balcárcel, [Blas]. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 22 × 33 cm. Embossed: Ministerio de Fomento, Colonización, Industria [] de la República Mexicana. December 30, 1871.
Transfer of office to Antonio Zimbrón.
9868 Montiel, T[iburcio]. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 22 × 33 cm. Embossed: Gobierno del Distrito Federal. December 30, 1871.
Transfer of office to Antonio Zimbrón; Decree No. 101.
9868A MINERAL DE ZACUALPAM. LS. 2 l. 22 × 33 cm. Stamp of Ayuntamiento. [December, 1871?]
Voto de Gracias. Signed: José María Arellano, Ángel Calderón (Escribano municipal), Nicolás Carbajal, Luis C[]lday (Alday?), Francisco Collada, Germán Compuzano, Eulalio Chimalpopoca, Clemente Díaz, Gabriel Díaz, Gabriel N. Díaz, Herculano Díaz, Modesto Díaz, Román Díaz, Víctor Díaz, Trinidad Fuentes, Pedro M. Gallego, Ezequiel García, Fernando Gómez, Mucio González, J. M. Gutiérrez, Lino María Gutiérrez, Buenaventura López, Francisco J. López, Guilebaldo López, Valeriano Loza, Nemecio Montoya, Román Ortega, Fernando Osorio, P. Ponce de León, Joaquín Rodríguez, Pedro G. Rodríguez, Julio Rolland (Rollando?), Regino Ronces, Felipe Salgado, Teodoro Sandi (Landiz?), Felipe Suárez, Mariano Suárez, Teodomiro Suárez, Zenón Suárez, and Jesús Trujillo.

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