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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents Note

Arrangement

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Año de 1847

Año de 1848

The Benson Latin American Collection

Mariano Riva Palacio Collection:

Part 04, 1847-1848



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 4 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 4: 1847-1848 of the collection guide. To access other parts of the guide see   Related Material.

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Arrangement

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

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Related Material

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

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

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

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Calendar of Items

 

Año de 1847

2223 Sánchez, Atilano. ALS. January 1, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Recovery of debt from Juzgado de Capellanías discussed with Antonio Carvajal; Agustín Pámanes.
2224 P., G. Querétaro, ALS. January 2, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 25 cm.
End of revolt in Querétaro; opposition of the catedráticos; appointment of Reyes and Santanistas to office; Borda; Eligio Romero; Pero del Torreón; publication of the Gallo Pitagórico; Lacunza; Mora; chances of Anaya and Peña for important offices; treaty with U. S. suggested in Chihuahua; departure of Otero; Rodríguez; departure of Filisola for Morelia; Almonte for Guanajuato, and Herrera for Huejutla or Huichapan; sanity of Barandiarán questioned.
2225 Otero, José. LS. January 2, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Long illness in Chalco; Colín.
2226 Díez de Bonilla, Manuel. Academía... de San Carlos, México, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed letterhead. January 2, 1847.
Notice of academic procession for opening of school.
2227 Zamora, Vicente. Coatepec, LS. January 4, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Legal decision by Madrid against Pedro González y García; Lic. Antonio Rebollar.
2228 _____. Signed: A.S. January 12, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Legal business taken to García Serralde; vain efforts of Barrientos; Covarrubias; Promotoría; Victoriano; efforts to help Tomás; Villar; Decreto sobre Ocupaciones de manos muertas; danger of revolt.
2229 Andrade, J[osé] M[aría]. Mexico, ALS. January 13, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Departure of Navarro to care for his family; Ministro de Justicia.
2230 Godoy, J[osé] M[aría]. Guanajuato, ALS. January 15, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Death of his father; obituary in local paper; acts of Congress on mortmain property; Falacon; Mariano Minor; Herrera; Noriega; Cincunegui; Flores.
2231 Garay, Antonio. Dirección de Colonización é Industria, Mexico, LS. January 15, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Appointment of new time for meeting, to allow attendance by Riva Palacio. Also signed Mariano Gálvez.
2232 Godoy, José María. Guanajuato, ALS. January 18, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for help in placing cousin Agustín Godoy in San Gregorio; aid of Mariano Minor; curriculum; Clase de reformistas; study of French and English.
2233 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Cuernavaca, ALS. January 20, 1847.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Study of Decreto del 11; plans for change in religious services; ill health in Mexico City; Bethlemites.
2234 Azaña, José María. Jiquipilco, ALS. January 26, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Agitation of Indians of Santa Cruz over efforts of Esteban Garduña to alienate the alms given to the image of Santiago at the Church of Santo Cristo del Señor del Cerrito; Ocuyla; Juez de Letras de Ixtlahuaca. Congratulations on appointment as Governor. Date is evidently an error. Addressed to Toluca, 1849? 1857?
2235 Godov, José María. Guanajuato, LS. January 29, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Plan for tombstone for father's grave; political optimism of Riva Palacio.
2236 Andrade, Cristóbal. Huejutla, LS. February 4, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival of General Garay; arrival of General Patterson (?) in Tampico with' troops; intelligence channels.
2237 Godoy, José María. Guanajuato, LS. February 5, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Plan for erection of monument at father's grave; Manuelita; Manuel Echeverría; departure of Gregorio Mier.
2238 Aragón, Nicolás, Dr. [Certificado.] Sagrario Metropolitano de México, LS. February 5, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Transcript of baptismal certificate of Juana Clementina Luisa Warmuth y Muñoz. Parents: José Warmuth and Mariana Muñoz. Padrinos: Enrique Munzenstein and Juana Clementina Luisa Raillard. Reference to: Dr. Manuel Ignacio de la Orta; José María Sánchez Barquera; Examinador Sinodal del Arzobispado.
2239 Cevallos, Juan B. ALS. February 7, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for interview at his own house, No. 2, Calle de Cadena, on account of illness. Includes draft of reply.
2240 Valdés, José María P. [Carta a José Miguel Pacheco.] Guadalajara, ALS. February 9, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Thanks for financial assistance to children Juanita and Manuel; debt of Manuel Ruiz Gutiérrez; Ríos; hope of collecting debt through Sra. Quiteria, Hacienda de Santa Lucía; need for firewood; character of Manuel; appointment to new office.
2241 Gómez Acosta, Mauricia. ALS. February 15, 1847.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request for financial aid; sale of furniture.
2242 Villavicencio, J. ALS. February 18, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Postponement of interview; inspection of jails by the Tribunal de la Guerra; Nava.
2243 Olaguíbel, F[rancisco] M[odesto] de. Toluca, LS. 2 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed letterhead. February 18, 1847.
Payment of dietas by Ignacio Comonfort; delay in payment. Has also draft of answer, showing receipt of $200.
2244 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] [Borrador de carta sin dirección.] Unsigned. February 20, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Resignation from the Dirección de Colonización e Industria to allow time for duties as Diputado al Congreso General.
2245 Godoy, José María. Guanajuato, LS. February 22, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Inscription for father's tomb; payment by Nicanor Beistegui; tuition for Agustín; concern over public affairs; Lacunza.
2246 Olaguíbel, F[rancisco] M[odesto] de. Tacubaya, LS. March 11, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Plan of the Soberano Congreso de la Nación to move to Tlalpan; attendance of all Diputados urgently requested; example set by the State of Mexico.
2247 Villaseñor, Alejandro. Secretaría del Gobierno del Estado... de México, Tacubaya, LS. 1 l. 16 × 21 cm. Printed letterhead. March 11, 1847.
Explanation of circular calling for attendance at meetings of the Soberano Congreso General.
2248 Zamora, Vicente. Coatepec, LS. March 13, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Concern over family of Riva Palacio; dangers of civil war in the capital; Blas Zamora; illness of Guadalupita.
2249 Arzobispo de Cesarea. ALS. March 15, 1847.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Letter from Santa Anna; his return from San Luis [Potosí?] to reassume presidency and nullify laws of January 11 and February 4, to aid the clergy; request for action by the Congress; $20,000,000 foreign loan deplored; itemization of sums taken from various Church offices by government representatives; delegation of clergy to meet Santa Anna: Dr. Vázquez and Dr. Aguirre; Casa de Santa Teresa.
2250 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] [Borrador de carta a Juan M. de Irisarri.] Unsigned. March 16, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Comments on Cabinet office offered by Santa Anna; danger of giving support to Santa Anna's policy; policy toward the mortmain property.
2251 Álvarez, Juan. Ciudad Guerrero, LS. March 20, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Protection of mine in Tepantitlán owned by Cayetano Díaz and Comandante de Escuadrón Alejandro Román.
2252 Arzobispo de Cesarea. ALS. March 28, 1847.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Appointment of General Pedro Anaya; loan by the Diócesis de México; visit to Pedraza.
2253 Sánchez, Atilano. ALS. March 30, 1847.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request for letter to Agustín Pámanes reclaiming debt; increased expenses caused by the war; income from “la Agua,” and from Barrera; Lucio Padilla.
2254 López, Nemesio A. Ayotzingo, LS. March, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Death of Guadalupe Hernández de Guerrero.
2255 San Juan Nepomuceno, Cayetana de. Convento de V. de Corpus Christi, ALS. April, 1847.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Illness and death of Guadalupe Hernández de Guerrero. Riva Palacio is addressed as hermanito, later as padrecito.
2256 Muñoz Ledo, Octaviano. Guanajuato, April 2, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Effort to extend leave of absence from Congress; obstetrical illness of wife; Bermúdez' proposal at secret session; events in Veracruz; danger of enemy advance on the capital.
2257 Sánchez, Atilano. ALS. April 5, [1847].
2 l. 14 × 21 cm.
Illness of Guadalupe Hernández; meeting of the Junta in the Ministerio de Hacienda; difficulty in raising funds to continue the war; poverty of his family; Presidente Anaya; Pedraza; School of San Gregorio; money needed for pious works.
2258 Larreátegui, José Mariano. Morelia, LS. April 5, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Return of Eduardo de la Llave from Acapulco; letter of recommendation to Juan Álvarez.
2259 Godoy, José María. Guanajuato, LS. April 5, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Rumors of revolution in Mexico; urgency of personal business affairs; return of family from the Capital; effort to extend leave of absence from the Congreso; progress of tombstone for father's grave; Béistegui; distress over military losses to the yankees.
2260 MINISTERIO DE RELACIONES INTERIORES Y EXTERIORES. Mexico, Signed: Baranda. 1 l. 21 × 31 cm. Printed letterhead. April 6, 1847.
Acceptance of resignation from the Comisión de Colonización.
2261 Sánchez, Atilano. ALS. April 9, [1847].
1 l. 12 × 21 cm.
Death of Guadalupe Hernández de Guerrero.
2262 Velázquez de la Cadena, Manuel. [Carta a María Dolores Guerrero de Riva Palacio.] Hacienda del Moral, LS. April 9, 1847.
1 l. 22 × 26 cm.
Death of María Guadalupe Hernández de Guerrero.
2263 González, Bernardo. Puebla, ALS. April 10, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Death of Guadalupe Hernández.
2264 Pliego, Andrés Diego de. Tlalmanalco, ALS. April 12, 1847.
21 × 27 cm.
Death of Guadalupe Hernández.
2265 Santos Ángeles, María de la Luz de los, Abadesa. Recolet[]s Brigi[]s, ALS. April 12, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Death of Guadalupe Hernández.
2266 Olaguíbel, Francisco Modesto. Toluca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed letterhead. April 13, 1847.
Death of Guadalupe Hernández.
2267 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] [Borrador de carta a Prudencio Catalán.] Mexico, Unsigned. April 14, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Account of death of Guadalupe Hernández; Archbishop Irisarri; Bishop Madrid (?); representatives of Orders of Merced, San Agustín, Carmen, and San Francisco; Don Francisco; Don Vicente.
2268 Caballero, José María. Indio (?), ALS. April 16, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Death of Guadalupe Hernández reported in El Monitor.
2269 Nuestra Señora de la Soledad, María Francisca de. LS. April 16, 1847.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Death of Guadalupe Hernández.
2270 _____. [Carta a Doloritas Guerrero de Riva Palacio.] LS. April 16, 1847.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Death of Guadalupe Hernández; Marianito; Vicentito; Sister Cayetana.
2271 Marmolejo de Godoy, Manuela. [Carta a Doloritas Guerrero de Riva Palacio.] Guanajuato, ALS. April 16, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Death of Guadalupe Hernández; Mariano.
2272 Godoy, José María. Guanajuato, ALS. April 16, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Death of Guadalupe Hernández; Doloritas; Manuelita; Pepe's illness with measles.
2273 Barrere, Filomeno. Ameca, ALS. April 17, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Death of Guadalupe Hernández.
2274 Aranda, José María de. LS. April 17, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Dolores Ochoa, daughter of Manuel Ochoa, recommended for employment in the Tobacco Factory; marriage to Captain Cirilo Morales of the Quinta Compañía del Batallón de la Libertad; service in the Ayuntamiento.
2275 Goya, Juan B. Mexico, ALS. April 20, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for aid in overcoming his criminal record and obtaining employment; care of his family.
2276 Castro, José María. [Carta a Vicente Zárate.] ALS. April 22, 1847.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request for permit to leave school; policy of the Rector modified by the [military] situation.
2277 Godoy, José María. Guanajuato, LS. April 26, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Complication of family affairs, business, and patriotic duty; support of the war effort; request that Agustín be taken out of college and sent home; Salgado.
2278 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Borrador sin dirección.] LS. April 27, 1847.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Father's property turned over to Dolores Castañeda de Pereda; Esteban Pereda; Doña Soledad. Receipt received June 30, 1849.
2279 Llera, J. de la. Chalco, ALS. May 4, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Local concern over invading army's approach to Puebla; plans of the Government; offer of sappers for emergency use; efforts of Goya to obtain a pardon.
2280 Bassoco, José María de. ALS. May 6, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Decree of April 30 alienating the Fondo Dotal; request for Riva Palacio to use his influence to avoid such excesses by the government.
2281 Canto (Couto?, Cantú?), B. Ejército de Occidente, Cuartel Maestre, Campo frente a Querétaro, ALS. May 7, 1847.
1 l. 17 × 21 cm.
Order for return of wagons to Francisco M. Calvo.
2282 Soto, Margarita. [Carta a Doloritas Guerrero.] Taxco, ALS. May 8, 1847.
1 l. 23 × 28 cm.
Death of Guadalupe Hernández; Igarito (Ignacio?) Castañón.
2283 Bassoco, José María de. ALS. May 8, 1847.
3 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Case of the Decreto de fondos dotales to be decided in the Ministerio de Hacienda; Baranda; Anaya; school curriculum; study of German, Spanish, and logic in new school; instability of society.
2284 Hernández, Vicente. Tixtla, ALS. May 11, 1847.
2 l. 14 × 20 cm.
Death of brother Francisco; Joaquina; Mariquita.
2285 Hernández, Francisco. Guerrero, ALS. May 12, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Death of father; debt paid by Prudencio Catalán; Vicente Hernández.
2286 García, Francisco. [Carta a Doloritas Guerrero.] Mexico, ALS. May 17, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for advice from Riva Palacio. Embossed design: Shell with WEYNEN.
2287 Peña y Barragán, Matías de la. Guanajuato, LS. May 17, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Appointment to the Comandancia General by the Supremo Gobierno.
2288 Fagoaga, Francisco. ALS. May 18, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of dictamen for comment; Velázquez; budget for $40,687.
2289 Aguirre, Damián. Goleta, Jilotepec, ALS. May 24, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival at the Hacienda de la Goleta; illness of Juana; trip to San Juan; Doloritas; Vicente; Carlos; Joaquinita; Francisco Velázquez; Luis Colín; Blas; Salomé Zamora; Manuel Cadena.
2290 Riva Palacio, Lacunza, and Aguirre. [Parecer sobre el préstamo extranjero.] Sala de comisiones del Soberano Congreso, Mexico, LS. June 1, 1847.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Arrangements by agent in London; bondholders; effect of change in government on loan; problem given to Congress by Ministro de Hacienda Antonio Haro and his successor Villamil; legal status of the loan; Grand Jury.
2291 López de Santa Anna, Antonio. Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed letterhead. June 10, 1847.
Invitation to birthday party, the 13th.
2292 Gómez (?), Mauricia. LS. June 14, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for $300 to pay debt.
2293 Castañares, José Joaquín. ALS. June 16, 1847.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Effort to obtain position of Receptor de México; resignation of Santitos (?) of Coyoacán; Aduana; letter for Anaya; pay owed by Yermo and Santibáñez.
2294 Arzobispo de Cesarea. ALS. June 19, 1847.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request for study of financial papers sent by Cura Dr. Rodríguez; Álvarez.
2295 _____. ALS. June 19, 1847.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request for advice; plan to leave the capital to a Gobernador if enemy troops enter it; Atilano.
2296 Aguirre, Eugenio María de, and J. Muñoz Campuzano. Mexico, LS. June 21, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of order of the Comisión Permanente del Soberano Congreso General for continuing its sessions.
2297 Núñez, Juan de Dios. Mexico, ALS. June 22, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of note on death of Dolores Puente de Retes and burial near Guadalupe Hernández de Guerrero at San Diego; Tomás Francisco Retes.
2298 Zamora, Blas. [Carta a Dolores Guerrero de Riva Palacio.] Coatepec, ALS. June 23, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Payment of $52 debt owed to Catalán by Garibay; dispute over ownership of a shotgun, claimed by Pedro Rivera.
2299 SECRETARÍA DEL SOBERANO CONGRESO CONSTITUYENTE MEXICANO. Mexico, Signed: Luis de la Rosa. June 23, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Transmittal of order calling for attendance at the Congress by all members.
2300 [Rodríguez Puebla, Juan.] Signed R. P. June 24, [1847].
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Greetings of wife, Doloritas; Nicolás; Gregorito; el Caporal; Ibarra; Rosa; Scott's offer to Santa Anna for negotiations; Congress' approval sought by Santa Anna; Muñoz Ledo; Mejan (Rejón?); guerrilla activity in Veracruz; support of Álvarez.
2301 SECRETARÍA DEL SOBERANO CONGRESO CONSTITUYENTE MEXICANO. Mexico, Signed: Luis de la Rosa. 1 l. 21 × 31 cm. Printed letterhead. June 25, 1847.
Transmittal of order calling for all members of Congress to attend its sessions. Addressed to Riva Palacio in Chalco.
2302 Arzobispo de Cesarea. ALS. June 26, 1847.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Message to La Rosa on the Decreto del 17 de Mayo; Baranda; plans of Haro to write to Rome criticized.
2303 Zea, Manuel de. LS. June 28, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Account of rent paid for the house of Guerrero.
2304 Otero, M[ariano]. Mexico, ALS. June 29, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Efforts of puros to gather a Congress in spite of the absentees; departure of Muñoz Ledo and Arreola; substitute from Oaxaca, Perdigón; Manuel Terreros; Parada reported at Huehuetoca on mission from Santa Anna to find Rejón; disposition to hear the offers of the americanos; efforts of the Ministro de Relaciones to have the congress answer a note from Buchanan; preparations for leaving the capital for Toluca.
2305 [Rodríguez Puebla, Juan.] Mexico, ALS. Signed J.R.P. June 30, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter from Mariano (?); state of siege in Mexico City; opposing troops' departure from Puebla; collection of forced loans; departure of Santa Anna for Coyoacán.
2306 Núñez, Juan de Dios. Mexico, ALS. June 30, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Collection of $250; payment by Atilano [Sánchez] and by Aguilera and Zúñiga, Luis Trillo; change in alcabala; widow of Nava; collection of rent; Villetes del Montepío.
2307 SECRETARÍA DEL SOBERANO CONGRESO CONSTITUYENTE MEXICANO. Mexico, Signed: Luis de la Rosa. June 30, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Attendance at sessions of Congress urged; lack of quorum.
2308 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] [Carta Mariano Otero.] Hacienda de la Asunción, Unsigned. July 3, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Absence from Congress explained by stomach ailment; conditions for return; condition of roads; travel by canoe; newspaper reports; Scott's camp in Puebla.
2309 Núñez, Juan de Dios. Mexico, ALS. July 4, 1847.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of food, shoes, and money en un chiquite; payment by Aguilera and Zúñiga; purchase of window glass and cloth.
2310 [Rodríguez Puebla, Juan.] Mexico, ALS. Signed P. July 4, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Departure of Robredo for Michoacán; death of Erdozain; inability to hald sessions of Congress; danger of sessions turning into personal recriminations; problems facing the Congress; letter from Castillo.
2311 Otero, Mariano. Mexico, ALS. July 5, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Illness of Riva Palacio; ill weather; blame for closing Congress laid on Riva Palacio, Terreros, Flores, etc., by the puros; political and military situation blamed on the absentees; articles published in El Republicano; Riva Palacio urged to attend by Lacunza and Noriega; confusion in government offices in Tacubaya.
2312 [Rodríguez Puebla, Juan.] Mexico, ALS. Signed J.R.P. July 7, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Rainy weather and hail; flood in Celaya; collection of forced loan; $50 charged Riva Palacio.
2313 [Sin firma.] San Luis Potosí, July 10, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Exile of Lic. Vicente Bustos, Editor of el Independiente, exiled via Tampico for criticism of Santa Anna; los puros; Diputados Arriola and Gordoa.
2314 Lascurain, J. G. de. Mexico, ALS. July 10, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter from Lic. Manuel de Zea on rent of the house La Viga, property of Pablo Gómez Valdés; Bocanegra.
2315 Garrido, José María. ALS. July 14, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Arrival of cavalry at Río Frío; Llano del Guarda; civil government turned over to General Manuel de la Portilla; Canalizo's arrival at Venta de Córdoba; action at Puente de San Martín; abandonment of archives; advance on the capital; recovery of archives from Americans; Antonio Colín.
2316 Zamora, Blas. ALS. July 16, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Accounts for music lessons; flowers for Doloritas. Includes pencil draft of letter by Riva Palacio to Juan de Dios Núñez, Asunción, July 19, 1847 on payment of $48 by Juan Rodríguez, and another to Juan Rodríguez Puebla, inquiring about movement of enemy troops; news brought by Álvarez; improvement of health; payment to the Panadería of Juan Núñez.
2317 _____. Coatepec, ALS. July 17, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Plans for music concert; list of instruments. Includes pencil draft of reply, adjusting the time.
2318 R[odríguez] P[uebla], [Juan]. Mexico, ALS. July 19, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of $50 from Lacunza; negotiations with the U. S. left up to the President; efforts of government to convene Congress; alarm caused by collection of forced loans.
2319 Zamora, Blas. Coatepec, ALS. July 20, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Plans to visit Asunción; illness of Tonchi (?); delay in Chalco.
2320 Herrera, Francisco. Mexico, LS. July 21, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Alarm caused in the capital by the advance of the americanos; lack of funds for moving family from the city; Juanita; departure of the diputados for Chalco; Axalco; Acuautla; Moral.
2321 [Rodríguez, Juan.] Unsigned. July 21, [1847].
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Plans of occupying troops; departure of friend for Toluca; receipt of $48.
2322 O. de Solís, María Eulalia. Tam[]co, LS. July 23, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for aid in collecting debt from Rafael Pliego; death of husband Cleofas Solís.
2323 Noriega, J. Mexico, ALS. July 29, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Removal of family to Toluca; settlement of dietas account; Pérez Hernández; Terreros; Riva Palacio reported ill at meetings of Congress.
2324 Robertson (?), Jacobo H. Miraflores (?), ALS. July 29, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Illness of Martínez del Río in Moyaque (?).
2325 Zamora, Blas. Coatepec, ALS. July, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Return of archives to Canalizo by U. S. troops; Tornel; return to San Martín; Hilario in Río Frío; Ángel Murillo; plans of the Ayuntamiento.
2326 [Rodríguez, Juan.] Mexico, Initials J.R. August 4, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
$25 paid to Mauricia Gómez; invasion route via Texcoco and Guadalupe; letters from Puebla; danger of controversy at meetings of the Congress; departure of M[] for Jalpan to meet Terreros; Miguel Cervantes Governor; departure of Gutiérrez for Guanajuato and Peña for Sinaloa.
2327 Herrera, Francisco. Mexico, ALS. August 4, 1847.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrival of children; Ignacio (Herrera?); departure of U. S. troops from Puebla; Velázquez; Leocadia Lunas; Agustín Palacios.
2328 Martínez, Gabino. Chalco, LS. August 4, 1847.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Francisco Velázquez appointed executor of estate of Antonio Pezqueira; bond of Luis Colín.
2329 [Rodríguez, Juan.] Unsigned. August 5, [1847].
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Supposed plans for invasion of the city; San Hipólito; effect of recruiting drive; search for servants; efforts of Olaguíbel and Ibarra to conciliate parties in Congress; the campaign in New Mexico; death of Lebrija; Pacheco; Lombardo; Robles.
2330 Zamora, Vicente. Acuautla, ALS. August 8, 1847.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Troops at Puente de Texmeluca[n]; disinclination of the Ayuntamiento to wait for the invading forces.
2331 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] Mi Diario. Unsigned. August 8-12, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm.
News of the advance from Puebla received at Hacienda de Axalco; Vicente Zamora; Puente de Texmeluca[n]; Guevara; San Martín; Ángel Murillo; Santa Bárbara en Ixtapaluca. August 9: Advance of troops to Río Frío reported by Velázquez; San Martín; Blas Zamora; Hacienda de la Compañía; Río Prieto; Jalapa; Veracruz; contraguerrilla action. August 10: Attack on house of Vicario de Tlahuapa; capture of Frenchman and mill; General Álvarez in Nanacamilpan; El Peñón; route through Córdoba; Puente de Santo Domingo near Buenavista; Santa Anna; Guerrillas de Tlalmanalco and Ozumba; Colín; flight of city officials of Chalco to Tlalmanalco; capture of prisoners. August 11: Advance to Ayotla and el Moral; religious procession to Cerro de Cocotitlán and Hacienda de Atoyac; Bescarril; Bermejo; Mexican troops in Ayotz[ing]o; defense of Mexicaltzingo; Peñol; San Gregorio; letter to Rodríguez sent by canoe. August 12: Pueblo de Tlaltenco; San Isidro; San Agustín de las Cuevas; arrival of wagon trains; Álvarez at Puebla.
2332 Guevara, Jesús. [Carta a Vicente Zamora.] Ixtapaluca, ALS. August 8, 1847.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrival of troops at Puente and San Martín; Murillo.
2333 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Moral, ALS. August 8, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Troops at Puebla and Río Frío; San Martín; Quintana.
2334 Zamora, Blas. Ixtapaluca, ALS. August 9, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Troops at Puebla; Vicente Zamora; Río Frío; Colín.
2335 Sierra, Manuel María de la. Chalco, ALS. August 9, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Efforts to move Juzgado and prisoners to Juchi (?); loan of carriage.
2336 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Moral, ALS. August 9, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Troops at San Martín Texmelucan; Jalapa; Puebla; Veracruz; the Contraguerrilla created from criminal element by Scott; Tlalmanalco; Garrido.
2337 Zamora, Blas. Ixtapaluca, ALS. August 10, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Troops at Puente de Texmeluca[n] and Río Frío; Puebla; the Contraguerrilla at Barranca de Juanes and Córdoba; capture of the Vicario de Tlahuapa[n]; release of a Frenchman and the Vicario; Álvarez at Nanacamilpa; attack on El Peñón; trade with the enemy; cavalry movements; contraguerrillas in Puente de Santo Domingo, near Buenavista.
2338 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Moral, ALS. August 10, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Arrival of troops at Río Frío.
2339 _____. Guadalupe, ALS. August 11, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Guerrilla action at Tlalmanalco, Ozumba, and involving Colín; search for cattle; cattle removed from roads. Includes draft of answer; trip to Moral; religious procession; Atoyac; Bermejo; Ixtapaluca; Ayotla; Río Frío; Córdoba.
2340 Reyes, M[anuel.] Atoyac, ALS. August 12, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Military requisition of corn; payment to Vivanco in Ayotla; payment for oxen taken at San Gregorio; San Martín; conduct of troops in Puebla; damage done in Buenavista and Ayotla by Guerrilleros criollos; Álvarez' capture of Puebla; troops in Chalco and San Agustín de las Cuevas.
2341 Granados, Cayetano. Tlaltenco (?), ALS. August 12, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Observation of Ayotla, El Peñón, and Mexicalcingo; troop movements. Draft of answer.
2342 _____. Tlaltenco (?), ALS. August 13, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Report on troop movements; Santiago Acagualtepeque; Calzada de Tlauac; Ixtapalapa. Includes draft of answer, reporting troops at Chalco and Hacienda de San Juan de Dios; Canalizo in Ayotzingo; cavalry in Tlalmanalco; guerrillas in Santa Cruz.
2343 MINISTERIO DE GUERRA Y MARINA. [Carta al Comandante militar de Chalco.] Peñón Viejo, Signed: Alcorta [Lino José?] August 14, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Request for continued reports on troop movements.
2344 López, J. N. de. Ameca, LS. August 15, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Departure of Velázquez for Ozumba; Quintana; Olavarrieta; Laureano; Sánchez; sale of corn to troops by Eduardo Esmit, Calle de San Agustín, and by Luis G. Argos of Mexico; requisitions by the enemy troops.
2345 Guerrero, Antonio. Tenango, ALS. August 15, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm.
U. S. troops at the Hacienda de la Asunción; service with Guerrillas in Llanos de Apán with General Álvarez; family in San Pablo; Colín; Colonel Montaño; Antonio Colín; Hacienda de Zoquiapa[n] and Buenavista.
2346 Trillo, Luis. Moral, ALS. August 17, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Escape from the capital with Bravo and Gauna; visit with (Juan de Dios?) Núñez; bombardment of the city; Salvador Pérez; impeded delivery of flour; troops at Mexicalcingo and Chalco; wheat from Moral, Guadalupe, San José.
2347 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Ameca, ALS. August 18, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Requisition of corn and cattle; payment with check on Garnug (?) in Mexico; Juan García; Guerrilla de Tlalmanalco; Moral and Guadalupe; withdrawal of troops; Chiconquiahuil.
2348 Salgado, J. Agustín. [Recibo de maíz al Administrador José Colín.] Hacienda de Asunción, ALS. August 18, 1847.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Requisition in the name of the 9th Cavalry Regiment. Also signed A. García.
2349 García, Lugardo. [Recibo de trigo al Administrador.] Hacienda de la Asunción, LS. August 18, 1847.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Requisition in the name of the 5th Cavalry.
2350 Zamora, Vicente. Coatepec, ALS. August 19, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Account of action at Puente de Zoquiapan by troops of Juan Álvarez; action at Buenavista; effects of artillery fire; death of Captain Blasco; withdrawal to Coatepec; care of families; danger to Hacienda de la Asunción.
2351 [Rodríguez, Juan.] Unsigned. August 19, [1847].
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recruiting of troops in capital; troop movement to Churubusco; General Valencia's troops in El Pedregal; Álvarez' rear guard; Don M[]; Antonio; friends in Toluca.
2352 Sánchez, José. Aculco, ALS. August 20, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Request for intervention with General Álvarez for recovery of requisitioned horses.
2353 López, Nemesio A. Ayosingo, ALS. August 21, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Rumors of Mexican victory in attack on the Ladrillera.
2354 SECRETARÍA DEL SUPREMO CONGRESO CONSTITUYENTE MEXICANO. Mexico, Signed: A. M. Salonio. 1 l. 21 × 31 cm. Printed letterhead. August 21, 1847.
Request for attendance of Diputados at session of Congress.
2355 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Moral, ALS. August 22, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Movement of Álvarez to Chapultepeque; attack on Tacubaya; payment made by Robertson; Quintana; Colín.
2356 Gómez, Nicolás. San Gregorio, ALS. August 22, 1847.
2 l. 14 × 21 cm.
News brought by Ángel [Murillo?]; defeat of Valencia; capture of Bravo, Francisco Pérez, Mejía, and three battalions of Guardia Nacional; uprising in Mexico; movement to transfer government to Querétaro; Santa Anna's desire to continue the fight.
2357 López, Nemesio A. Ayozingo, ALS. August 22, 1847.
2 l. 13 × 18 cm.
Military successes at Churubusco; heavy losses of the Batallón de Independencia under Torrejón; puros and polcos.
2358 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Moral, ALS. August 23, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Reports of Rodríguez and Padre Germán; Juan Núñez; new troops at Veracruz.
2359 Sánchez, José. Aculco, ALS. August 23, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Notice of requisitioned horses at Tetelco; Álvarez reported at Milpa Alta.
2360 Ortega, Leocadio. Acuautla, ALS. August 24, 1847.
1 l. 17 × 22 cm.
Delivery of letter to Isidro? in Toluca; milling of flour in Zav[]ta, property of Pesqueira; delivery of flour to Juan de Dios Núñez by Francisco Obregón and José María Bonilla.
2361 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Moral, ALS. August 24, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Return of Quintana; letter delivered by Cornelio; Olavarrieta; Núñez.
2362 SECRETARÍA DEL SUPREMO CONGRESO. Mexico, Signed A. M. Salonio. 1 l. 21 × 31 cm. Printed letterhead. August 25, 1847.
Request for attendance of a quorum in order to decide whether to move from the capital.
2363 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Guadalupe, ALS. August 25, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Public opposition to policy of Santa Anna; loss of fortifications; garrison at Chapultepec; Cavalry at Guadalupe; manifestos of Santa Anna and Valencia; Scott's order to millers of Rivera.
2364 [Rodríguez, Juan.] Mexico, Unsigned. August 26, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Appointment of Pedraza, Lacunza, and García to treat for an armistice; Pedraza's return to Jalpam; negotiations with Trist; Ministro Romero; movement to Tacubaya, Tlalpam, San Ángel, Coyoacán, and Mixcoac; prisoners of Valencia; Bravo, Carrera, Penz (?), and Partearroyo in El Peñón; collusion of Valencia and Olaguíbel in Toluca against Santa Anna; Tornel made Gobernador of the District; Álvarez.
2365 Guadarrama, Pedro de. Amecameca, ALS. August 26, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Concern over frequent pronunciamientos; meeting with Barrio at Miraflores.
2366 GOBIERNO DEL ESTADO... DE MÉXICO. Toluca, Signed F. M. de Olaguíbel. 1 l. 21 × 31 cm. Printed letterhead. August 27, 1847.
Request for Riva Palacio to go to Querétaro to attend meetings of the Congress; popular determination not to yield to force.
2367 Barrio, J. N. del. Miraflores, ALS. August 27, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Return of document; payment of alcabala.
2368 [Rodríguez, Juan.] Mexico, Initials. August 29, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Meeting of Commission for negotiating a peace; J. J. Herrera; Ignacio Mora; B. Couto; Atristain; meeting with Lafragua; newspapers sent via Núñez; inclination of generals toward peace.
2369 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Moral, ALS. August 29, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Quintana sent to the capital for news.
2370 Álvarez, Juan. Guadalupe, LS. August 29, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Independent operations of Llera and Castañeda; Olaguíbel; concern over the end of the armistice.
2371 Gómez, Mauricia. ALS. August 30, 1847.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request for receipt for payment of rent to Rodríguez.
2372 Guadarrama, Pedro de. Amecameca, ALS. September 1, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Excesses committed by Capitán Castañeda and his guerrillas; General Álvarez; Llera; plea for aid in restoring order.
2373 Díaz de la Vega, Narciso María. Juchi, ALS. September 1, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Invitation to a visit; Rodríguez. Embossed design; Benfield Mexico.
2374 Germán, Juan. Cuautla, LS. September 2, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 18 cm.
Copy of notes from Juan Rodríguez Puebla and Arzobispo de Cesarea; enemy troops in Texcoco; Gómez Pedraza; approval of Germán's enlistment as Capellán de la guerrilla.
2375 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Tepozotlam, ALS. September 3, 1847.
2 l. 14 × 21 cm.
Occupation of Mexico City; movement of government to Querétaro; Osores; hope for eventual victory.
2376 Villagrán, Rafael María. Texcoco, ALS. September 3, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Entry into duties as head of Prefectura.
2377 Riva Palacio, Mariano? [Carta al Coronel Eleuterio Méndez.] Asunción, Unsigned. September 3, 1847.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Action at Churubusco; congratulations to Ignacio Méndez; General Anaya, and the Guardia Nacional; offer of loan; concern for welfare of Ignacio Herrera, son of Francisco Herrera Campos; General Rincón.
2378 [Rodríguez, Juan.] [Mexico,] Unsigned. September 3, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
North American territorial demands; armistice negotiations; disorder within the city; Victoria at Pinillos; San Fernando Hidalgo; Olaguíbel's maneuvers; Lerma; Mier at San Nicolás; food supplies; guerrilla activities at Tlalpam, San Ángel, and Coyoacán; Lafragua.
2379 R[odrígue]z, [Juan.] Mexico, ALS. September 4, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Improvement of city defenses; activities of foreigners; confiscated letter concerning a monarchy; F. Ágreda; passport regulations; Santa Anna.
2380 Germán, J. Chiautla, LS. September 4, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Guerrilla activities; Gómez; Valencia; San Gregorio.
2381 Núñez, Juan de Dios.. Mexico, ALS. September 5, 1847.
1 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of printed material; sale of grain to Trillo; condition of North American troops; Valencia; gift of cookies; Velázquez.
2382 R[odrígue]z, J[uan.] Mexico, ALS. September 5, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of printed material; activities of foreigners; Olaguíbel; debt paid by Núñez; danger of attack and pillage.
2383 Rodríguez, Juan. Mexico, ALS. September 6, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Approaching end of armistice; U.S. instructions to Trist to conclude peace treaty.
2384 Otero, M. Toluca, ALS. September 9, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Death of Valderas; efforts to organize a meeting of the Congress; danger to Mexico City; election plans; Riva Palacio and Pedraza mentioned for Senate and Ocampo for Presidency; Gamboa.
2385 Velázquez, J. Francisco. San Isidro, ALS. September 9, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Transcription of letter from Paredes giving account of military action at Chapultepec, El Molino, and Casa de Mata; artillery fire; losses; enemy movement to Tacubaya; maneuvers of Santa Anna and Bravo criticized; Los Morales; death of Valderas; illness of General León of Oaxaca.
2386 Núñez, Juan de Dios. Mexico, ALS. September 10, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Conditions in the city; death of Lucas Valderas and General León of Oaxaca; actions at El Molino del Salvador; dwindling effectiveness of enemy troops; Scott's impatience; arming of prisoners from the Acordada.
2387 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Moral, ALS. September 10, 1847.
1 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Letters from Otero and Núñez; Quintana; enemy troops at San Antonio Abad; troops at San Borja and Ladrillera; arrival of Trinidad; sale of corn.
2388 [Rodríguez, Juan.] [Mexico,] Unsigned. September 10, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Preparations for defense of the city; guerrilla activity at Puebla.
2389 [Carta sin firma.] September 10, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Military action at El Molino del Rey and Casa Mata; troops of Mina, Oaxaca, and San Blas; Santa Anna; Chapultepec; death of Valderas and León; artillery at La Piedad, Niño Perdido, and San Antonio Abad; rumor of withdrawal to Puebla.
2390 Núñez, Juan de Dios. Mexico, ALS. September 11, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Military movements into the city; shortage of food.
2391 [Rodríguez, Juan.] Mexico, Unsigned. September 11, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Olaguíbel's intrigues and denial of aid to the capital; Residents of Chalco urged to attack enemy supply lines.
2392 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Guadalupe, ALS. September 12, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Artillery fire at San Antonio Abad, La Piedad, Chapultepec, and Santa Marta; enemy troops at Tacubaya, Mienague(?), La Piedad, and la Ladrillera.
2393 [Rodríguez, Juan.] Mexico, Unsigned. September 12, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Artillery fire from Casa de la Cortina, La Condesa, and Hacienda de los Morales against Chapultepec; troops from Hidalgo at El Niño Perdido; fire at San Ángel; arrival of Olaguíbel with aid for Álvarez instead of Santa Anna; action at Molino del Rey; Santa Anna at la Ciudadela; hour by hour account of bombardment.
2394 [Velázquez, J. Francisco.] Moral, ALS. September 13, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Military action at Ixtapalapa and San Isidro and Hacienda de la Condesa and La Arboleda; La Piedad; Ameca; troop movement to Mexicalcingo; Garrido in Miraflores.
2395 _____. Guadalupe, ALS. September 13, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Fall of Chapultepec; bombardment at La Garita de Belén; La Teja; attack at San Cosme; Castro; arrival of Cortazar in Morales with reinforcements; San Antonio Abad; execution of San Patricio prisioners; reports by Trinidad.
2396 Núñez, Juan de Dios. Mexico, ALS. September 13, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Action at la Garita de San Antonio Abad, Tacubaya, and Hacienda de la Condesa; Scott's reinforcements; danger to the Ciudadela.
2397 Zamora, Vicente. Acuautla, ALS. September 14, 1847.
1 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Chapultepec; withdrawal of troops from the capital; illness of Vicente Meivar.
2398 Villagrán, Rafael María. Texcoco, ALS. September 14, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Appeal for aid in defense of the nation.
2399 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Moral, ALS. September 14, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Military action in the capital; flight of Santa Anna to Querétaro reported; criticism of Álvarez; San Francisco; San Hipólito; Jardín de Tolsa (Tolosa?).
2400 [Rodríguez, Juan.] [Mexico,] Unsigned. September 14, 1847.
1 l. 14 × 21 cm.
Casa de la Pinillos; meeting of the Ayuntamiento; Cuautla; El Gallo.
2401 _____. Unsigned. September 14, 1847.
2 l. 14 × 21 cm.
Protests over raising American flag; fighting in streets of San Ildefonso, San Pedro y San Pablo, and Santo Domingo; U.S. troops besieged in the Ciudadela; incidents at La Moneda; troop movements at El Peñón and Guadalupe; gunpowder captured; prisoners.
2402 Zamora, Vicente. Acuautla, ALS. September 15, 1847.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Request for news from the capital; illness of Vicente Meivar; gift of tunas; chiquigüite.
2403 [Rodríguez, Juan.] [Mexico,] Unsigned. September 16, 1847.
1 l. 14 × 21 cm.
Looting in the capital; damage at La Encarnación; efforts of the Ayuntamiento to restore order.
2404 _____. [Mexico,] Unsigned. September 16, 1847.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Receipt of coach; order restored in the city; damage to the schools; Ramírez to defend jailed arsonist; activity of the Ayuntamiento.
2405 Martínez, Gabino. Chalco, ALS. September 17, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Request for intervention in dispute between Álvarez and Alcalde José Tirado; Jesús Tirado; Agustín.
2406 Zamora, Vicente. Coatepec, ALS. September 18, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrival of Álvarez from Acuautla; his difficulties with the Ayuntamiento de Istapalapa; local support of national defense; plan to disband the guerrilla; danger to crops; food shortages; need for rain; Vicente Meivar (Aleivar?).
2407 Lópe[z], Mariano. Tlalmanalco, ALS. September 19, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Valencia sentenced to pay damages for his misconduct.
2408 Gregorio. San Nicolás, ALS. September 19, 1847.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Damage caused by freezing weather.
2409 [Rodríguez, Juan.] [Mexico,] Unsigned. September 20, 1847.
2 l. 14 × 21 cm.
Acceptance of defeat; Withdrawal of deputies to Querétaro; Mier; Bando de Quilman (?); prisoners of Churubusco; Méndez; Herrera in Toluca; freedom allowed prisoners of the Diputación, la Acordada, and Santiago; damage to house of Tijera, Inviscornia (?), Alamán, Suárez el Corredor, Otal, Conde de Santiago, José Juan, Valencia, Bravo, and Viscaíno; proposed execution of extremists; the Ayuntamiento's attack on Santa Anna; attendance at congress urged.
2410 SECRETARÍA DEL SOBERANO CONGRESO CONSTITUYENTE. San Lorenzo, Signed: A. N. Salonio. September 20, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Instructions to attend meeting of Soberano Congreso Constituyente in Querétaro, October 5.
2411 Núñez, Juan de Dios. Mexico, ALS. September 20, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Excesses committed by soldiers and released criminals; protection afforded Spanish flag; Tagle at Hacienda de los Tepetates; Señora Nava.
2412 Otero, M[ariano]. Toluca, ALS. September 21, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Salonio; movement of deputies to Querétaro; Ortega; Gorospe; Villar; Pancho's fear of los puros; hopes for an honorable peace settlement; Ariscorreta; Matías Peña; resignation of Antonio (Santa Anna?); Peña y Peña; criticism of los puros; la Canaleja; Peña y Peña urged to form a government to prevent return of Antonio (Santa Anna); fear for success of Rejón and Farías; Olaguíbel; Rodríguez Puebla. M. Riva Palacio is referred to as “Patriarca de las elecciones.”
2413 Pliego, Andrés Diego de. Tlalmanalco, ALS. September 22, 1847.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request for aid in settling account with Bernardo Colín; sale of corn on order of Antonio Barrios; Rafael Pliego; Luis Colín.
2414 [Rodríguez Puebla, Juan.] Mexico, Unsigned. September 22, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter of Salonio for meeting in Querétaro; Pedro Anaya; Manuel (?) in Talpa; damage to house at Puente de Leguisomo; churches reopened.
2415 Higuera, Francisco. Temam[]a, LS. September 24, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Call for meeting of citizens of Chalco to discuss means of combating growing lawlessness.
2416 Castro, José. Chalco, LS. September 24, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Warning of the Prefecto in Texcoco concerning prohibition against selling essential supplies in Mexico.
2417 Gómez Pedraza, Manuel. [Carta a Juan Rodríguez.] Jalpa, ALS. September 24, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Pablo Gómez; Tula; Huehuetoca; Riva Palacio urged to attend meeting in Querétaro with Terreros; Otero; Juliana; Manuela.
2418 Zetina Abad, Manuel. Chalco, ALS. September 24, 1847.
2 l. 14 × 21 cm.
Unpaid debts in Atlixco; Domingo Ibarra; death of Antonio Pesqueira; troops of Pedro Herrera in Puebla; Álvarez at Atlixco; Santa Anna at Cholula; Congress at Querétaro.
2419 Núñez, Juan de Dios. Mexico, ALS. September 25, 1847.
1 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Protest against order of the Prefectura de Texcoco against sending supplies to the capital; Luis Trillo; request for purchase of wheat; note of Bravo; copies of La Estrella transmitted.
2420 Martínez, Gabino. Chalco, ALS. September 25, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Order received by the Alcalde de Chalco for sale of mules in the capital at la Casa de Monte Pío; José Tirado; Ontiveros; Agustín; money received for Abad; Francisco Velázquez.
2421 [Rodríguez, Juan.] [Mexico,] Unsigned. September 26, 1847.
1 l. 10 × 15 cm.
Transmittal of letter from Jalpan via Núñez; Anaya.
2422 Villagrán, Rafael María. Texcoco, ALS. September 27, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Departure for Querétaro; Zamora or Velázquez recommended for the Subprefectura; withdrawal of restriction on supplies for the capital; alcabalas.
2423 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Guadalupe, ALS. September 27, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of publications and letter of Juan Núñez; conspiracy against occupying troops revealed; execution of Loperena at la Ciudadela; Valencia's success near Toluca; Chapultepec; Barrio; La Loma; Obregón.
2424 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Carta al Gobernador Olaguíbel.] Asunción, Copy. September 28, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Acceptance of request of attend Congress in Querétaro. Includes also copy of letter of same date expressing hopes for a better government.
2425 Rodríguez, Juan. [Mexico,] ALS. September 28, 1847.
1 l. 14 × 21 cm.
Return of Germán to San Gregorio; illness of Doloritas; Atilano Sánchez; Narciso Díaz de la Vega's departure for Juchicon(?); San Francisco.
2426 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Guadalupe, ALS. September 28, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Barrio at La Loma; Hacienda del Moral.
2427 _____. Chalco, ALS. September 30, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for Riva Palacio's attendance at the Junta; Cura de Ameca; Barrio.
2428 Villagrán, Rafael María. Texcoco, ALS. October 1, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Request for aid in transfer to another position; complaint against Serrano at Totiguacan (Teotihuacán?); Vicente Zamora; illness of General Manuel Villada.
2429 Martínez, Gabino. Chalco, LS. October 1, 1847.
1 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Legal difficulties in sale of land by Sra. Higuera; La Loma; death of Pesqueira; Juana Francisca López.
2430 Castro, José. Chalco, LS. October 2, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Vicente Zamora recommended for position of sub-prefecto interino.
2431 Zamora, Vicente. Coatepec, LS. October 2, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Withdrawal of candidacy for position, pleading ill health; Villagrán recommended.
2432 Martínez, Gabino. Chalco, LS. October 2, 1847.
1 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of legal papers for Juana Francisca López; Garrido; Velázquez.
2433 Díaz de la Vega, Narcisco María. Juchi, ALS. October 2, 1847.
2 l. 22 × 31 cm.
Rodríguez; San Gregorio; recent earthquake (political?).
2434 Cesarea, Arzobispo de. Tepotzotlán, ALS. October 4, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Cura Germán; assistance to Cabildo; ecclesiastical duties.
2435 Gregorio. San Nicolás, LS. October 13, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Payment for wheat; Luis Trillo; illness of Payno.
2436 Rivera, José María. Mexico, ALS. October 15, 1847.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Delay in mails; Cuautitlán; activities of Junta Patriótica in Chalco; lack of co-operation in Tlayacaga and Tenango; Zamora's guerrilla troops at Ixtapaluca and Tlalmanalco; Neri del Barrio; guerrilla activity between Puebla and Veracruz; conditions in capital; hope for an early peace settlement; political dissension in capital.
2437 Núñez, Juan de Dios. Mexico, ALS. October 16, 1847.
2 l. 14 × 21 cm.
Efforts to rent a house for Riva Palacio; Luis Trillo; sale of wheat from harvest at La Asunción; payment by Picazo; Sra. Nava at Hacienda de Caro; Tagle.
2438 Castañares, José Joaquín. Mexico, ALS. October 16, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Gerónimo Maldonado; experiences during capture of the city; children Pepa, Lola, and Loreto; aid given by American Lona, employee of Cumplido's press; El Monitor; efforts to make Peña y Peña president.
2439 Toluca Elecciones. Unsigned copy. octubre 18 de 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Lists Manuel Alas, Miguel Arias, Antonio Balderas, Mucio Barquera, Vicente Barquera, Eulogio Barrera, Felipe Neri del Barrio; Juan J. Baz, Agustín Buenrrostro, Antonio María de Castro, Ignacio Cid del Prado, José María Cuevas, Manuel Díaz Zimbrón, Hilario Elguera, Aniceto Escudero, Francisco Estrada, Nicolás Fernández, Guadalupe G. Figueroa, Estanislao Flores, José María Franco, Francisco Garay, Manuel García Aguirre, Benito Gómez la Madrid, Luis Gonzaga Chavarri, Pedro González de la Vega, Aniceto Hernández, Vicente Hernández, Herrera, José María Jáuregui, José María Jiménez, José María Lacunza, Francisco Lerdo de Tejada, Joaquín Madrid, José María Mateos, Manuel Medina, Juan Mirafuentes, Luis Ceferino Montes, Joaquín Navarro, Ocampo, Isidro Olvera, Otero, Juan Palacios, Pedraza, Rafael de la Peña, Francisco Peña Barragán, Ángel Pérez Palacios, Mariano Pérez Tagle, José María del Río, Mariano Riva Palacio, Domingo Rodríguez, Manuel Rosas, Guillermo Sánchez Barquera, José Sánchez Espinosa, José Sánchez Figueroa, Sebastián Segura, Rafael Solares, Manuel Torres Torija, Ignacio Vera, Francisco Villavicencio, and Fermín Viniegra.
2440 [Olaguíbel,] F[rancisco] Modesto. Toluca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed letterhead. October 19, 1847.
Form letter also addressed to Manuel Terreros and José María de Lacunza, congratulating the first two for their re-election; order for Castillo to pay them in Cuautitlán; death of Lieutenant Governor Diego J. Pérez y Fernández.
2441 Colín, José E. de. Asunción, ALS. October 23, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Gathering of beans and barley; shortage of labor; rains; delivery of wheat to Leocadio Ortega; payment; sale of wheat at El Molino to Juan Núñez; Luis Trillo.
2441A MINISTERIO DE RELACIONES INTERIORES Y EXTERIORES SECCIÓN DE NEGOCIOS ECLESIÁSTICOS. [Carta al Cabildo Metropolitano de México.] Querétaro, Copy, originally signed: [Luis de la] Rosa. October 25, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Request for a list of the leading ecclesiastics of the nation in order that recommendation may be made to S. Santidad for appointment of an Archbishop of Mexico. Has indorsement to José Miguel Alba, Secretario.
2442 Baranda, Manuel. Guanajuato, ALS. October 29, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Rodríguez; pessimistic view of the new government; reports of damages done property in the capital; Terreros. Embossed design: Crown with letters: Bordeaux S.B.F.
2443 See No. 3370A.
2444 Julián. Asunción, ALS. October 28, 1847.
2 l. 10 × 15 cm.
Report on inclement weather.
2445 Perdigón Garay, J. Guadalupe. LS. October 29, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for documents needed by the Plana Mayor. Embossed design: Beneficencia en Puebla.
2446 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Guadalupe, ALS. October 31, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Appointment of Riva Palacio as Ministro de Justicia; wheat and barley harvest; damage done by rains; chiconguinhuil; bean harvest; Otero, Icaza; Vertis; reorganization of provincial police; Estancia del Molino.
2447 Baranda, Manuel. Guanajuato, ALS. November 1, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Advice against accepting a post in the new government; presidential elections; Rodríguez.
2448 Alegría, Mariano. Mexico, ALS. November 11, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Death of Joaquín Romanos; approval of Peña and Rosa.
2449 Núñez, Juan de Dios. Mexico, ALS. November 11, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Juan Pablo Acuña; Tagle; Sra. Nava; Hacienda de la Sipi; Pablo; Sra. Retes; sale of wheat; Trillo; El Molino.
2450 Gregorio. San Nicolás, LS. November 11, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Writing in hand of Francisco Frías; Richelieu; Ignacio at Atlamaxac; lawless conditions prevailing.
2451 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Copia de un párrafo a Rodríguez Puebla.] November 14, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Publications in El Monitor; pension given Atilano Sánchez; Irisarri.
2452 Velázquez, Juan Francisco. Moral, ALS. November 16, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Harvesting of barley and beans; Chicong[]le; Buelco?; prices of grain; deliveries to Núñez; Quintana; Otero; Vértiz; prices of bulls; Miraflores; payment to Epitacio; Obregón; loan to the Juez de Letras; Zamora; Garrido.
2453 MINISTERIO DE JUSTICIA Y NEGOCIOS ECLESIÁSTICOS. Querétaro, Signed: Rosa. November 17, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Decision of President to appoint committes on a ministerial level to consult and advise on governmental problems; Manuel Gómez Pedraza, Luis G. Cuevas, Bernardo Couto, José María Lafragua, José Ramón Pacheco, Juan B. Morales, Octaviano Muñoz Ledo, Mariano Otero, Casiano González Veyna, José María Jiménez, Juan Gómez Navarrete, Mariano Riva Palacio, Antonio Fernández Monjardin, Joaquín Fernández Madrid (Obispo de Tenagra), José Antonio Salonio, José María Godoy, M. Zurita (Cura de Santiago de Querétaro), José María Ochoa (Cura de San Juan del Río), Francisco Javier Echeverría, Francisco Fagoaga, Pedro Echeverría, José Ramón Malo, Mariano Domínguez, José María Fernández y Barberi, Antonio Icaza, Francisco Javier Reygadas, Nicanor Aróstegui, Antonio García Salina, Anastasio Bustamante, José Joaquín de Herrera, Manuel Rincón, Vicente Filisola, Mariano Arista.
2454 Andrade, José María. Mexico, ALS. November 18, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 25 cm.
Request for aid to a soldier from the Compañía de San Patricio in search of Anastacio Bustamante in Guanajuato; La Angostura; Churubusco.
2455 SECRETARÍA DEL CONGRESO GENERAL. Gobernacion unida á la de Policia. N.A. Los Sres. Garcia Vargas y Veyra sre q. en caso de ser amagada la C. de Quero. por una invasion de los Norte Americs. la Representacion nacl. se traslade á la de Aguascalientes ó Morelia. November 13, 1847.
9 l. 22 × 31 cm.
Contains eight communications:
a. G. Vargas: Querétaro, ALS. f. 2. Request for approval of plan to move to Aguascalientes. November 17, 1847.
b. Querétaro, f. 2. Discussion by the Congress approved. Signed with unidentified rubric. November 19, 1847.
c. García Vargas and Veyra: Querétaro, LS. f. 3. Request for consideration by the Congress. November 8, 1847.
d. Querétaro, f. 3. Admitted to discussion by committees on Government and Police. Signed with unidentified rubric. November 13, 1847.
e. Riva Palacio, Aguilar, Bermúdez, Gutiérrez, García, and Comonfort; Querétaro, LS. f. 4-7v. Report of the Commissions of Police and Government. Recommendation: The President has ample powers to move the Congress; if that power is questioned, the Congress should decide; Aguascalientes not recommended; Guanajuato, Morelia, and Pátzcuaro given preference. November 25, 1847.
f. Querétaro, f. 7v. Plenar discussion of the problem halted on suggestion of García Vargas. Signed with rubric as in b and d. November 25, 1847.
g. García Vargas: Querétaro, ALS. f. 8. Request of García Vargas for continuation of the discussion. November 25, 1847.
h. Alcalde: Querétaro, ALS. f. 9. Request for suspension of the discussion. November 25, 1847.
i. Querétaro, f. 9. Proposal approved. Signed as in f. November 25, 1847.
2456 Julián. Hacienda de la Asunción, ALS. November 20, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 22 cm.
Administrative problems of the hacienda; reports in El Monitor of political strife.
2457 Acuña, Juan Pablo. Mexico, ALS. November 21, 1847.
2 l. 23 × 27 cm.
Payment to Núñez; Colonel Fernando Urrisa.
2458 Velázquez, Juan Francisco. Moral, ALS. November 21, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 29 cm.
Wheat harvest at Chiconguiahuil and Guadalupe; Zamora; sale of corn; Otero.
2459 Atristain, Miguel. Mexico, ALS. November 21, 1847.
2 l. 22 × 27 cm.
Plans to delay departure of Trist for further discussion; help of Bernardo Couto; recognition of Texas; danger of losing New Mexico and California; need for peace discussions in Mexico instead of in Washington; immediate action by Congress urged; prospective movement of U. S. troops to Querétaro; new laws of the Civil and Military Government in the capital; delays in the Ayuntamiento.
2460 Núñez, Juan de Dios. Mexico, ALS. November 24, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Sale of wheat at Asunción; Sra. Nava; Mariano Pruneda; milling problems; request for recommendation to Juez de Letras Boneta in Cuernavaca for Luis Trillo; litigation over water rights.
2461 Velázquez, Juan Francisco. Moral, ALS. November 26, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 29 cm.
Atristain; Colín; Icaza; illness of Vértiz; Quintana; sale of wheat from Chianguiahuil (?) and Guadalupe to Plácido Vidaurrazaga (?); San Martín; sale of corn; Zavaleta; bean harvest; Miraflores.
2462 Vértiz, Juan N. de. [Carta a José Francisco Velázquez.] Mexico, ALS. November 26, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 28 cm.
Delay in payment of debt; José Otero; Quintana; Icaza; Atristain; previous agreement with Riva Palacio; threat of legal action.
2463 Jiménez, Félix. ALS. November 28, 1847.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Request for old clothing.
2464 Terreros, Manuel. Jalpa, ALS. November 30, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 28 cm.
Order for repayment for damages done by soldiers at the hacienda; Padre Gaona; departure of Manuel and Julianita for Mexico; Godoy; wife Guadalupe.
2465 Velázquez, Juan Francisco. Moral, ALS. November 30, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 29 cm.
The Otero litigation; intervention of Atristain and Vértiz; Quintana; Icaza; Armategui.
2466 Sánchez, Atilano. Mexico, LS. November 30, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Legal council for Irisarri and the Archbishop; José Guadalupe Covarrubias; Padilla; José María Barrera.
2467 Guerrero de Riva Palacio, Dolores. Asunción, ALS. December 1, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm., 2 l. 10 × 13 cm.
Ma[riqui]ta's marital difficulties; visit to Chalco; San Pablo; Pereda; Moral; José María el Güero; Axotzingo. Includes short note signed Vicente Riva Palacio, another signed Carlos Riva Palacio.
2468 Calderón, Lorenzo. Sultepec, LS. December 2, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Account of difficulties with Ministro del Tribunal Boneta.
2469 Guerrero de Riva Palacio, Dolores. Asunción, ALS. December 3, 1847.
2 l. 17 × 22 cm.
Newspaper reports from the capital; inclement weather; Zamora; Francisco Javier.
2470 Riva Palacio, Vicente. Asunción, ALS. December 4, 1847.
2 l. 11 × 17 cm.
Note on inclement weather. Contains also similar note signed by Carlos Riva Palacio y Guerrero.
2471 Núñez, Juan de Dios. Mexico, ALS. December 4, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Adjustment of wheat prices; mills at Santo Domingo; accounts of Sra. Nava; Perdigones; Guadalajara; difficulties among American troops; attitude of Irish soldiers.
2472 Limantour. Raya Sanda (?), ALS. December 6, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Report of theft of $1,200 from (Vicente) Riva Palacio, Batre, and other travellers; Godoy.
2473 Guerrero de Riva Palacio, Dolores. Asunción, ALS. December 7, 1847.
1 l. 13 × 20 cm.
Rumor of troop movements to Chalco and Venta de Córdoba; note sent to Vicente Zamora to Rodríguez; Tonchita; visit to Tlalmanalco; conduct of Mariquita. Embossed design: Crown with letters LONDON SUPERFINE.
2474 Riva Palacio y Guerrero, Vicente and Carlos. Asunción, ALS. December 7, 1847.
1 l. 13 × 20 cm.
Note on arrival of U. S. troops in Chalco.
2475 Álvarez, Juan. Guerrero, LS. December 7, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
End of Indian uprising near Chilapa; Haro; disillusionment with government policy; march to Acapulco; inquiry about sale of Vicente Guerrero's house in Acapulco.
2476 _____. Guerrero, Copy. December 7, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Answer to copy of letter from Olaguíbel accepting the offer to forget all past differences.
2477 Olaguíbel, Francisco Modesto de. Toluca, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed letterhead. December 9, 1847.
Transmittal of letters to Lacunza, González, and Noriega; request for support; Otero; Mirafuentes.
2478 Godoy, José María. Guanajuato, LS. December 10, 1847.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Death of Pascasio from diabetes; daughter presented to Riva Palacio; Salgado; Félix; shipment of arms promised; Granados.
2479 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] [Carta al Presidente del Augusto Congreso Nacional.] Querétaro, Unsigned. December 12, 1847.
1 l. 20 × 27 cm.
Service with Congress during withdrawal to Querétaro. Need to care for family. Request for leave; plan to return home. Embossed design: BENEFICENCIA EN PUEBLA.
2480 Velázquez, Juan Francisco. Guadalupe, ALS. December 18, 1847.
2 l. 17 × 22 cm.
Return of Riva Palacio announced by Dolores; administrative problems at el Moral; Quintana; elections.
2481 Sánchez, Atilano. Mexico, ALS. December 18, [1847].
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Offer to speculate in corn and barley; reported march of U. S. troops to Querétaro.
2482 Prieto, Guillermo. Querétaro, ALS. December 19, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Rumors of uprisings in other states; Yáñez in Tepic; alarm in Jalisco; Tornel in Morelia; Atristain; Santa Anna; Miñón appointed in Guanajuato; Juan Pablo Anaya to march to Sonora and Sinaloa; Gutiérrez in Tampico; Alcorta's departure for Mexico to protect his books; rumored occupation of the house of Pedraza in Mexico; Juan Rodríguez Puebla.
2483 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Mexico, ALS. December 21, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Mission of Montoya to Rome; improvements needed in Puebla; political situation reported to Rome; Santa Anna; request for help in regularizing ecclesiastical affairs in Puebla; talks with Gómez Pedraza; appeals to Peña y Peña and to Anaya; letter to Scott on care of prisoners; Rosa.
2484 Scott, Winfield. [Carta al Arzobispo de Cesarea.] Cuartel General del Ejército de los Estados Unidos. Mexico, Copy. December 21, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Appointment for the Archbishop to meet Lieutenant Colonel Witchcock, the Inspector General, at the Acordada and arrange for the release of the prisoners of war.
2485 Velázquez, José Francisco. Moral, ALS. December 22, 1847.
2 l. 17 × 21 cm.
Payment of salary to workman authorized by Salazar.
2486 [Arzobispo de Cesarea.] [Oficio al general Scott.] Mexico, Unsigned copy. 1 l. 21 × 31 cm. Printed letterhead: Gobierno Eclesiástico del Arzobispado de México. December 23, 1847.
Acknowledgement of liberty granted under parole to 800 prisoners of war.
2487 Zamora, Vicente. Coatepec, ALS. December 23, 1847.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Invitation declined; illness of wife; ill state of public safety.
2488 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Borrador de carta a Luis de la Rosa y otra al Arzobispo Juan Manuel Irizarri.] Asunción, Unsigned. December 23, 1847.
2 l. 17 × 22 cm.
Convoy on road to Mexico; Ayuntamiento elections; stalemate of the Congress; request for aid to the Archbishop; Peña; blame cast on Santa Anna; Montoya in Rome; Rodríguez; Pedraza's letter to Anaya and Peña; Mora. Archbishop's representative needed in Querétaro to arrange exchange of prisoners; parole proposed for prisoners; Rosa; Scott.
2489 Andrade, José María. Mexico, ALS. December 24, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Plan for a meeting; Cástulo Navarro; troops to move to Querétaro, San Luis, or San Juan del Río; Ayuntamiento dissolved by order of the Military Governor.
2490 Barajas, Ceferino. Mexico, ALS. December 24, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Letters from Querétaro; Zurutuza; Rodríguez; attempt of occupying troops to occupy the school; safeguard given by Scott; soldiers billeted in Pedraza's house.
2491 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Mexico, ALS. December 24, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Interview with Gómez Pedraza; Anaya; Rosa; liberation of the prisoners of war described; Scott; Trist; aid given by Reyes Veramendi, representing Mexican authorities.
2492 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Borrador de carta a Juan Álvarez.] Asunción, December 27, 1847.
3 l. 17 × 22 cm.
Stalemate of the Congress; Haro; defeat attributed to disunity among Mexicans; disapproval of Santa Anna; house in Tixtla given to Celís Abarca; Rodríguez Puebla.
2493 Gómez, Mauricia. Mexico, LS. December 27, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for loan; Rodríguez Puebla; Cayetano.
2494 Higuera, Francisco. [Carta a José Colín.] Tem[]a, ALS. December 27, 1847.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Inability to pay contribution levied by the Sub-Prefecto for public security; appeal to Riva Palacio; Asunción.
2495 López, J. H. de. Moral, LS. December 28, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for interview.
2496 Varela, Luis. Mexico, ALS. December 29, 1847.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Promise to repay $160.
2497 Rodríguez Puebla, Juan. Mexico, ALS. December 29, 1847.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Receipt of money for Varela; Congress to be recalled; threat to tenure of Peña and Anaya; Otero; Mariano Tagle.
2498 Picaso, Mariano. Mexico, ALS. December 29, 1847.
1 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Removal of body of Manuel Escudero; purchase of cemetery lot.
2499 Godoy, J. M. Guanajuato, ALS. December 31, 1847.
3 l. 21 × 26 cm. 3 l. 16 × 22 cm.
Genaro Béistegui; package with doll sent by messenger; Rodríguez Puebla; arrival in Querétaro; recall of Congress; Morales; preparation for further flight; Casa de Mackintosh; Ramón Pacheco; forced loan imposed in Guanajuato; Anastasio (Bustamante?); Miñón; Arellano; Suárez Iriarte; Salgado; Pepe's dancing lessons. Includes also draft of reply by Riva Palacio, dated January 10, 1848, recalling memories of their life together in Querétaro; Pedro Anaya; comparison of Mexico with the prosperity of France; criticism of los puros; Juan López; plan to move to Mexico, Calle de Cordovanes; Gregorio Mier; hope for return of government to Mexico.
2500 LA RENTA DEL TABACO.... Unsigned. 1847.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Apparently part of a longer document not identified. A summary of national income from tobacco between 1841 and 1847; conditions at the end of the war.

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Año de 1848

2501 Rodríguez Puebla, Juan. Mexico, ALS. January 5, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter from Otero; execution of American soldier for murder of Cajiga.
2502 Arista, Mariano. Chilpancingo, LS. January 5, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for help for Captain José Antonio Arredondo of the Compañía Activa presidial de Nuevo León; family in San Luis; General Canales; Comandancia General de Tamaulipas: Includes confidential note on Santa Anna's activities in Oaxaca; efforts to raise troops; communication with Álvarez; work of Anaya.
2503 Zamora, Vicente. Coatepec, ALS. January 8, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Sale of Hacienda de Acuautla; Ignacio Lorenzo Carrera; dowery for Juanita; Barrios; Antonio Rebollar; enemy soldiers; Colín; San Vicente; Ameca and Tlalmanalco.
2504 Sánchez, Juan. Tula, ALS. January 8, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Opposition of Santos to marriage of Francisco Sánchez and María de la Concepción, widow of Aparicio; Juan Nepomuceno; request for advice.
2505 Peña y Peña, M., Pedro María Anaya, and Luis de la Rosa. Querétaro, LS. January 9, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Appointment of Riva Palacio as Ministro de Justicia y Negocios Eclesiásticos.
2506 MINISTERIO DE RELACIONES. Querétaro, Signed: [Luis de la] Rosa. January 9, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Appointment of Riva Palacio as Ministro de Justicia y Negocios Eclesiásticos.
2507 Noriega, J. Mexico, ALS. January 10, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for intervention with American military government authorities for release of funds for the Distrito de Texcoco; Arechaga's resignation; appointment of Vicente Ortiz de Rosas?; customs duties; Sra. Villaurrutia; Texcoco; Teotihuacán. Riva Palacio is addressed as “primo.”
2508 Rodríguez Puebla, Juan. Mexico, ALS. January 10, 1848.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Rosa appointed Ministro de Relaciones and Hacienda; Durán's temporary office; Pedraza; Otero; U.S. troops in Toluca; building of house; Robredo; Americans at San Ángel.
2509 _____. Mexico, ALS. January 12, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Letter from Peña; package entrusted to Núñez; arrest of Otero; bail by Martínez del Río.
2510 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Borrador de carta a Guillermo Prieto.] Asunción, Unsigned. January 12, 1848.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Intention to accept public office; concern for family.
2511 Rodríguez Puebla, Juan. Mexico, ALS. January 14, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Historia published in el Monitor; the Asamblea; Núñez.
2512 Germán, Juan de. Mexico, LS. January 15, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Successful end to litigation. Embossed design: Ship on scroll; letters ESSONNE.
2513 Prieto, Guillermo. Querétaro, ALS. January 16, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Proposals of Governor of San Luis Potosí for new convention and new government; Mexican troops' approach to the capital; efforts to convene new Congress.
2514 Rodríguez Puebla, Juan. Mexico, ALS. January 16, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Mariano; departure of Manuel for Querétaro; movement to support Santa Anna; death of Próspero Pérez at Santa Catarina.
2515 Núñez, Juan de Dios. Mexico, ALS. January 16, 1848.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Noriega; attack on Padre Arauto at San Juan Teotihuacán by American soldiers.
2516 Sánchez, Atilano. Mexico, LS. January 17, 1848.
1 l. 11 × 16 cm.
Legal affairs of Sra. de López; Rodríguez Puebla.
2517 Godoy, J. M. Guanajuato, LS. January 17, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Plans for working with Riva Palacio in Querétaro; suggestions for improvements; danger of rebellion in San Luis; work of the puros; Governor Adame; Brincala; Zacatecas; Almonte's conference with Arellano; Pérez Gálvez' mining interests turned over to Mackintosh; Ramón de la Cueva; O. Forms?; La Luz mine; Barranda; Ramón Pacheco; General Alcayaga.
2518 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Mexico, ALS. January 19, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Riva Palacio urged to accept new position; plans of the
2519 _____. Mexico, January 20, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Claims against the Juzgado de Capellanías by the widow of Juan Francisco López; Osores; Rodríguez.
2520 Gómez, Nicolás. Mexico, ALS. January 20, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Father's illness; transmittal of letters from Irizarri and from Querétaro.
2521 _____. Mexico, ALS. January 21, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Transmittal of letters; news of uprisings in the states; Luis.
2522 Osio, Manuel G. Y. LS. January 23, 1848.
3 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Wthdrawal of suit against Benigno Pardo; Vizcayno; Colegio de San Gregorio. Includes draft of reply, same date.
2523 [Godoy, J. M.] Guanajuato, Rubric. January 24, 1848.
3 l. 21 × 26 cm.
News of Puro-Santa Anna uprising; Luis; Anastacio; Baranda; theft suffered by Juan Pascasio; Félix Arroyave; Lucio Rueda; Manuel Martínez; rebellion in San Luis; troops of Colonel Ávalos and Major Amador; horses from Tetillas.
2524 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Borrador de carta a Guillermo Prieto y otra al Arzobispo Juan Manuel Irizarri.] Asunción, Unsigned. January 24, 1848.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Criticism of earlier letter; appointment by Peña; travel plans.
2525 Pámanes, Agustín. [Carta a Juan Manuel Irizarri.] Juzgado de Capellanías de este Arzobispado de México, ALS. January 25, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Problems raised about the Hacienda del Moral; Gregorio de Mier y Terán; partial payment of debt.
2526 Rodríguez Puebla, Juan. Mexico, ALS. January 26, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Report on illness; remodeling of house in Mexico.
2527 Pliego, Andrés Diego de. Tlalmanalco, ALS. January 27, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for help in convalescence.
2528 Martínez, Gabino. Chalco, LS. January 28, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Transmittal of letter to Sierra.
2529 Riva Palacio, Mariano and Joaquina Higuera de López. Escritura de rescicion de una compañia de los Sres Diputado D. Mariano Riva Palacio y Da Joaquina Higuera de Lopez, y de depocito que esta Señora otorga a favor del primero por la cantidad que adentro se espresa. Chalco, Hacienda del Moral, Copy signed by Gabino Martínez, Escribano público. January 29, 1848.
6 l. 22 × 31 cm.
Witnesses: José Francisco Velázquez, José María Garrido, Rafael Alva; Juan Francisco López; Pascasio López; deposit with Juzgado de Letras. Marginal endorsements by Martín Montes de Oca.
2530 Martínez, Gabino. Chalco, ALS. January 31, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Death of Ángel Atescatenco; Barrios.
2531 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Mexico, ALS. February 4, 1848.
1 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Interview with Osores; transmittal of communications with American officials by Rodríguez.
2532 Colín, José E. de. Asunción, LS. February 5, 1848.
2 l. 19 × 26 cm.
Work at San Bartolo and El Moral; wheat crop; Juan López; Santos Aparicio; Julián; Vega; Porfirio.
2533 Julián. Noticia por menor de lo gastado en la condicion de los muebles y demas, de que tube encargo a la casa del S. Riva Palacio asi como de las cantidades qe. recibi del S. Nuñez. Asunción, LS. February 5, 1848.
1 l. 22 × 33 cm.
Panadería de Aldana; piano; mirrors, laterns, tools, and kitchen equipment, listed with values.
2534 _____. Asunción, ALS. February 6, 1848.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Money received from Juan Núñez; work on the hacienda.
2535 Noriega, J. Texcoco, ALS. February 7, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Decrees by the Military authorities; District of Tulancingo; payment of contribution; danger from robbers; Calle de Cordobanes.
2536 López, Juan Francisco. Tlalmanalco, ALS. February 8, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Illness of Juanita; colera; Fernández; Velázquez.
2537 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Borrador de carta a Juan Álvarez.] Mexico, Unsigned. February 8, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Removal of family to Mexico; wound in hand; capture of Iguala from Olaguíbel; request for support of Olaguíbel in Iguala.
2538 Haro, Benito. Zacualpan, ALS. February 12, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Weakness of Olaguíbel; Iguala; Tixtla; Querétaro; Teloloapan.
2539 Colín, José E. de. Asunción, LS. February 12, 1848.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Work on the hacienda; San Bartolo; El Molino; Núñez; Tlalmanalco; El Moral.
2540 Unzueta, Juan. ALS. February 15, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Travel to Querétaro delayed by financial trouble; Durán; Rosa; request for loan.
2541 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Borrador de carta a Manuel de la Peña y Peña.] Mexico, Unsigned. February 17, 1848.
3 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Efforts to settle differences between Olaguíbel and Álvarez.
2542 Peña y Peña, Manuel de la. Querétaro, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 26 cm. Printed letterhead. February 17, 1848.
Request for Riva Palacio to continue to Querétaro and assume duties of his office.
2543 Zamora, Vicente. Coatepec, LS. February 20, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Annexation of Sub-prefecto de Chalco to the Ayuntamiento de México; loss of position; Blas Zamora in Querétaro.
2544 Zamora, Blas. Querétaro, ALS. February 22, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
School experiences; Mendiola; Hernández; Colegio de San Gregorio.
2545 Guerrero de Riva Palacio, Dolores. [Carta a José Colín.] Mexico, ALS. February 23, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Wheat harvest; sale of beans in Chalco; Velázquez; Texcoco; Núñez; sale of corn.
2546 Arechaga, J. Chalco, LS. February 25, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Purchase of carriage; Antonio Tirado; Cura de Tenango; El Moral.
2547 Otero, José. ALS. March 1, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Discussions with Juan Suárez concerning the Vilela litigation.
2548 R[odríguez] P[uebla, Juan.] Mexico, ALS. March 2, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Election of Ocio and Lozano; involvement of Piña and Payno in El proyecto de Hada; Ramírez; Jefe político de Tlaxcala; lawlessness in the capital; Plazuela de Loreto; foreigners robbed; protection by American troops.
2549 Martínez, Primitivo. Chalco, LS. March 4, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Illness; conditions at El Moral; Manuelito; Marianita.
2550 Zamora, Vicente. Coatepec, ALS. March 5, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Illness; travel to Querétaro; letter from Blas; daughter's engagement to Rebollar; Hacienda de Acuautla.
2551 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Moral, ALS. March 7, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Death of godfather; Trinidad shot by Americans at Istapaluca; hospitalization at Guadalupe; announcements to be printed by Núñez.
2552 El Arzobispo de Cesarea. ALS. March 8, 1848.
1 l. 14 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of action by the Junta [eclesiástica]; Bishop of Michoacán.
2553 G[ómez] Pedraza, Manuel. Sacro y nacional Monte de piedad de Ánimas, LS. 1 l. 21 × 26 cm. Printed letterhead. March 9, 1848.
Watermark: J. WHATMAN 1836.
Nicolás Carrillo; meeting of Junta gubernativa; rental of house.
2554 Haro, Benito. Mexico, ALS. March 12, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Travel to Querétaro via Mexico; military news; Calle de Vanegas.
2555 Núñez, Juan de Dios. Mexico, Copy. March 19, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Bill for tuition for Vicente Riva Palacio; Pascacio López, and Juan Francisco López; Carlos [Riva Palacio]; Colegio de San Gregorio. Includes note signed M. Riva Palacio, dated March 21, ordering payment by Antonio (?) de Icaza.
2556 Zamora, Vicente. Coatepec, ALS. March 18, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Accident suffered by Mariano Rodríguez; doctors from Tezcoco and Chalco; Dr. Langrave in Ameca.
2557 Haro y Tamariz, A. de. Mexico, ALS. March 23, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Elections in Puebla; José Joaquín de Herrera; Juan Rodríguez San Miguel; Pepito Lafragua; José María Jiménez; Dominguito Ibarra; death of canónigo Corral. Addressed to Querétaro.
2558 Becerra, José María Luci[an]o. [Carta al arzobispo Juan Manuel de Irizarri.] Puebla, ALS. March 23, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Correspondence with Rome; Campos.
2559 Alegría, Mariano. Mexico, ALS. March 25, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 12 × 20 cm.
Hope for firmer government; need for orderly elections; transmittal of copies of Látigo. Attached list of names: Pedro Echeverría, Miguel Cosio, Juan Icaza, Agustín Moncada, Germán Landa, Pedro Lorrin, Santiago Moreno, Manuel Cordero, Manuel Córdova, J. Elías Fagoaga, J. Cervantes Ozta, Manuel Álvarez de la Cadena, Miguel Quiñones (?), Francisco Vértiz, Manuel Echave, Alejandro Arango y Escandón, and Pedro Elguera. Signed with different rubric.
2560 Rondero, Juan[it]o. Mexico, LS. March 26, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Arrival of Castillo and Barberi; Pedro Echeverría; substitution of Javier.
2561 Hierbo, Juan. Mexico, ALS. March 26, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Installation of the Junta Consultiva; need for establishment of courts; election of deputies in Puebla. Deputies elected: Joaquín Cardoso y Torija, Manuel Payno (hijo), Pascual Almazán, José María Mendoza, Joaquín Zamacona, Antonio Díaz Guzmán, Ignacio Bernal, José Bernardo Couto, Francisco Cerrano, Rafael Espinosa, Amador Silva, José Gut[iérre]z Villanueva, Vicente Iturbide, José Antonio Bazo, Manuel Carpio, and Camilo Bros, Félix Beistegui y Azcue, and José Antonio Zalazar y Jiménez.
2562 R[odríguez] P[uebla, Juan.] ALS. March 26, 1848.
2 l. 13 × 20 cm.
Peña's plan to establish courts; Durán; Juez Inclán; Promotor.
2563 Herrera Campos, Francisco. Mexico, LS. March 26, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Illness of Dominga; Yanguas; Rosa; effects of occupation on business; Eraso.
2564 Atristain, Miguel. Mexico, ALS. March 28, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Discussion of litigation concerning Esteva, Vilela, and Manterola; election of judge; Otero; Velázquez; weakening of government support; discussion of proposed treaty; Cuevas; Couto.
2565 Herrera Campos, Francisco. Mexico, LS. March 28, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Certificate for Enrique de la Tijera; Ignacio; Doloritas. Addressed to Querétaro.
2566 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Mexico, LS. March 28, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Illness; establishment of Tribunal Mercantil and Junta de Préstamos; proceso canónigo prepared by Becerra against the Abad de Guadalupe; Oficial Alegría; Santa Anna's circular of August 21, 1843.
2567 Aguilar, Luis María. Mexico, ALS. March 29, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for aid in establishing Lic. Guerra Manzanares as Jefe Político de Tlaxcala; opposition of Luis Espino; bail for Llera paid by Antonio Haro.
2568 R[odrígue]z [Puebla, Juan.] Mexico, ALS. March 30, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Illness of Doloritas; the alcabala; need for tax revenue; charges of desertion against Chavero; Anaya. Includes copy of letter from Juan Agea to Isidoro Martínez de Chavero, Plana Mayor del Ejército, Querétaro, October 18, 1847, allowing leave to Lt. Col. Martínez de Chavero.
2569 Aguilar, Luis María. Mexico, ALS. March 30, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Bail for Llera paid by Antonio Haro; weakness of the government; need for a National Guard; violation of the armistice protested by Americans; guerrilla activity; El Monitor; request for aid for Lt. José Mariano Álvarez, captured at Chapultepec; Anaya. Includes certified copy of parole given by General de División G. Valencia to American officials, Mexico, January 3, 1848, signed: L. M. Aguilar.
2570 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Mexico, ALS. March 30, 1848.
2 l. 14 × 21 cm.
Correspondence with Rome, via Montoya on law of May 28, 1847; meeting with Mier y Terán, Iturbe, Rosas.
2571 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] Odn. á la Tesora. Gral. para qe. paguese los $600,000 del contrato de Unsigned draft. 19 de Julio de 27.... March, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Reference to: Goivia. Embossed design; Crown with letters: PATENT UNDER BATH.
2572 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Mexico, ALS. April 1, 1848.
2 l. 14 × 21 cm.
Criticism by the Junta [eclesiástica] and Cabildo [eclesiástico]; bill presented by Zurutuza and by the Tribunal Mercantil; Campos.
2573 Sánchez, Atilano. Mexico, LS. April 1, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Objection to law terminating payments from the Fondo dotal de Minería to that of Azogues for Church support; Tornel; Basoco; Segura; Ministro del Ramo; Rosa; Peña; encouragement of Church schools and libraries.
2574 Haro, Benito. Mexico, ALS. April 2, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for aid in disagreement between Ignacio and Antonio Castañón and their agent Lorenzo Qamio (Camio?) over a house rental, corner of Jesús and Balbanera; Tejada; disturbed conditions caused by military occupation of the city; Lic. Saldívar.
2575 Castañares, José Joaquín. Mexico, ALS. April 2, 1848.
2 l. 22 × 30 cm.
Illness of Doloritas; Pepe; request for aid in education of his son; defeat of the puros in local elections; strict compliance with armistice terms by American troops; evacuation of occupation troops from the capital; Pedro María Anaya.
2576 Bassoco, José María de. Mexico, LS. April 2, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for relief on part of the Junta de Minería; Luis de la Rosa; insecurity of the roads; government control over new cátedras; Atilano (Sánchez); Juan Flores; Crispiniano del Castillo; Ignacio Mora; support of Juan Bautista Morales and Zarco.
2577 Alegría, Mariano. Mexico, ALS. April 2, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Contested elections; E. Romero, Miguel Buenr[]; defeat of the puros.
2578 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Mexico, ALS. April 3, 1848.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Aid of Pedraza in obtaining justice; reports sent to Montoya; request for aid in elections to the Supreme Court; order to all clergy for public prayers for peace; Durán; news from Europe urging peace treaty.
2579 Pereda, L. Mexico, ALS. April 3, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for aid to Gustavo Desaché in efforts to sell powder to the government from shipment arrived in Veracruz.
2580 R[odrígue]z [Puebla, Juan.] Mexico, ALS. April 4, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Treaty negotiations; illness of Dr. Iturralde; troops billeted in the College; Tagle.
2581 Haro y Tamariz, A. de. Mexico, LS. April 6, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for fair trial; letter to Pedraza.
2582 _____. Mexico, LS. April 6, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Conversion of the foreign debt, November 27, 1846, in meeting with Ministro de Hacienda José Lázaro Villamil and President Mariano Salas; use of funds of the Tesorería General to pay soldiers in San Luis Potosí; defense of Veracruz.
2583 Alegría, Mariano. Mexico, ALS. April 6, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Meeting of the Junta electoral; Fernández del Castillo; P. Rojas, Pedro Sorrin; Basadre nominated Senator by General Mora y Villamil on behalf of Peña y Peña; Luis Cuevas.
2584 Bassoco, José María de. Mexico, LS. April 6, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
New expenses of the Colegio de Minería; order of March 19; José María Cuebas; registration in geology, zoölogy, and German; Gondra's purchases for the Museum.
2585 R[odrígue]z [Puebla, Juan.] Mexico, ALS. April 9, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Miguel; Haro; news of the republic in France; fear of American ascendency in Europe; arrival of Cumplido; election reports at the University.
2586 Haro y Tamariz, A. de. Mexico, LS. April 9, 1848.
4 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Advice given by Rodríguez Puebla; letter of Pedraza of January 5, 1847; Gregorio Mier; Pedraza's approval of the conversion of the foreign debt; Fagoaga; Payno; Rosa; Pedro Fernández del Castillo; Lizardi; bonds sold to Manning and Mackintosh; Parres; Murphy; Santa Anna's expenses; Haro; Eco del comercio; Jesús Dueñas.
2587 Alegría, Mariano. Mexico, ALS. April 9, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Local elections; Herrera; Francisco Fagoaga; Arrillaga; Vértiz; Manuel Gorospe; Rafael Berruecos; Durán.
2588 Godoy, José María. Guanajuato, LS. April 10, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Illness of Riva Palacio; Manuel Echeverría; Pablo Villa; invitation for visit.
2589 Colín, José E. de. Asunción, LS. April 10, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Expense money borrowed from El Moral; spring sowing at the hacienda; tejocote; wheat; fence building; bridge and dam construction; corn prices; debt of Bartolo González; Cadena; Julián.
2590 Herrera Campos, Francisco. Mexico, LS. April 11, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Illness reported; Tijera; Aguirre; request for payment of debt; illness of Doloritas and Carlos; Robredo.
2591 Atristain, Miguel. Mexico, LS. April 11, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
The Vilela litigation; purchase of corn; Berruecos; Manterola; Esteva; Villa; Cosio; Otero; arrival of new American minister; Ortigosa; elections of Vértiz; Fagoaga, Arrillaga; Cuevas; Riva Palacio's trouble with his hand.
2592 Bassoco, José María de. Mexico, LS. April 11, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Rosa's instructions favoring Castillo; Junta de Minería; Juan Flores; Barrio; Riva Palacio's hand; Francisco Fagoaga; opposition of Segura.
2593 Ortega, Eulalio María. Mexico, LS. April 13, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Pancho Carrillo; difficulties of Martín Suárez with Customs over movement of pulque; involvement of Blas Bros. in double charges; cédula of November 1, 1571; real orden of July 24, 1803; request for help; Manuel Payno y Bustamante; Díaz; Otero.
2594 R[odrígue]z [Puebla,] J[uan.] Mexico, ALS. April 13, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Increase of lawlessness in the city; Baranda; Doloritas; author's illness; arrival of Cumplido.
2595 Bassoco, José María de. Mexico, ALS. April 13, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Efforts to prepare his own defense; letter to MacKintosh; Juan M. Flores; Diario de los Debates.
2596 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Mexico, ALS. April 14, 1848.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Riva Palacio's hand infection; Gómez Pedraza; dispatch [of Expediente canónigo]; fear of delays because of unsettled conditions in Europe.
2597 Haro, Benito. Iguala, ALS. April 15, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Letters from Tlapa; San Gabriel; travel to Tenancingo; Gracida; Taxco; revolution reported in favor of Santa Anna; San Luis; Guadalajara; interviews with Bravo and Rea; Felipe Neri.
2598 Cárdenas, Antonio. New Orleans, ALS. April 15, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Illness reported; letter from Víctor Blanco; exile blamed on disunity within Mexico.
2599 Alegría, Mariano. Mexico, ALS. April 16, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Election of Herrera and Juan Vértiz; Fagoaga; Arrillaga; Gorospe; Berruecos.
2600 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Mexico, ALS. April 16, 1848.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Appointment of bishops; L. Rodríguez San Miguel; Alegría; withdrawal of order of October 25; Montoya; lawless conditions in the city; criticism of the Governor; Otero; Berdugo.
2601 Godoy, J. M. Guanajuato, LS. April 17, 1848.
4 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Mutual infirmities; Zurutuza; reluctance to go Querétaro; Muñoz Ledo; Montes; Otero; criticism of living conditions; treaty negotiations; influence of European developments on Mexico; fear of the puros; Padre Arrillaga; Bríncala; Anastacio; Xichu rebellion; Peña y Peña.
2602 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] [Borrador de carta sin dirección.] Mexico, Incomplete. April 17, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 30 cm., 1 l. 6 × 21 cm.
Meeting of junta; college expenses; income of Director; loan raised.
2603 Mora y Villamil, Ignacio de. Mexico, ALS. April 18, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Haro, Secretary of General Álvarez; Rosa; influence of political developments in Europe; Upper California; New Mexico, Texas, and Yucatán given up as lost; Cuevas, Couto, and Pedraza.
2604 R[odríguez Puebla, Juan.] Mexico, ALS. April 18, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Political parties favoring annexation, total military occupation, destruction of the clergy, and a permanent occupation; American briefing on opinions of newlyelected deputies; billeting in Antonio Haro's house; return of Cumplido; trip to Querétaro.
2605 Herrera Campos, Francisco. Mexico, LS. April 18, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Tijera; transmittal of loan; Doloritas; Vicente.
2606 Haro y Tamariz, A. de. Mexico, LS. April 18, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Protest against billeting of American delegates in his house; (Ambrose H.) Sevier; (Nathan) Clifford; negros americanos; U.S. policy favoring Herrera as president and quick ratification of peace treaty; Scott; Trist; Arzobispo de Cesarea; briefings on opinions of deputies; maps showing loss of Sonora; disapproval of “Annexionist” party.
2607 MINISTERIO DE JUSTICIA. Querétaro, Signed: José María Durán. April 19, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Invitation to accompany the President on visit to churches of Santa Clara, Capilla de San Benito en San Francisco, San Antonio, La Congregación, Parroquia de Santiago. Riva Palacio addressed as Consultor Confidencial. Stamp of office.
2608 Hierro, Juan. Mexico, ALS. April 20, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Breakdown of judicial processes; crimes committed by U.S. troops; criticism of senators and deputies for not meeting in Querétaro; influence of European political events on U.S. policy; Rodríguez Puebla.
2609 [Bassoco, José María.] Mexico, Incomplete, signature missing. April 20, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Criticism of Rosa; college administrative costs; funds of the Azogue; miners represented by J. M. Flores y Terán; Andrés del Río; Alamán; A. Garay; Francisco Fagoaga.
2610 Álvarez, Juan. Iguala, LS. April 21, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Return of Benito [Haro]; criticism of multiple political parties; efforts to establish the State of Guerrero; Puebla; Mexico; Michoacán; Lic. Arizcorreta; Lic. Legorreta's operations in District of Sultepec over mining problems.
2611 Haro, Benito. Iguala, ALS. April 21, 1848.
3 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Santa Anna's letter, Tehuacán, March 22; his departure from Mexico; Rea's support of Santa Anna; mining litigation in Sultepec. Includes copy, signed Haro, Iguala, April 22, 1848, of letter from Juan Álvarez to Governor Manuel Gracida, Chilapa, April 5, 1848: resignation of Olaguíbel; [Benito] Quijano; Temascaltepec; failure of tax collection system; request for help in establishing State of Guerrero.
2612 Rodríguez Puebla, Juan. Mexico, ALS. April 25, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Criticism of conduct of U. S. troops in Mexico; Polk's interest in prolonging the war; French Republic celebrated by U.S. troops; differences between Scott and the Commissioners; comparison with Cortés; departure of the Commissioners for Querétaro.
2613 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Mexico, LS. April 26, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Letter of recommendation for Isac Murrai, owner of a blanket factory.
2614 Hierro Maldonado, Juan. Mexico, LS. April 26, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Letter of recommendation for Deputies Joaquín Zamacona and Pascual Minazán, en route to Querétaro.
2615 [Bassoco, José María.] Mexico, Incomplete, signature missing. April 27, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Assignment of funds for college; hope for better treatment from new Congress; attack on El Monitor blamed on Morales; Andrés del Río; fondo dotal of the College; Balcárcel; El Eco.
2616 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Mexico, LS. April 30, 1848.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Call for prayer for peace; opposition to treaty terms; dissatisfaction in the south; Lusguetti (?).
2617 Revilla, D[omingo]. Tlalnep[]a, LS. April 30, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for intercession with Luis de la Rosa to obtain Monte Pío aid for Jacinta Hernández, widow of José María Guizacola, late of the Aduana Marítima de Tampico; Pedraza; Otero; Sierra y Rosso. Riva Palacio addressed as senador.
2618 Noriega, J. Mexico, ALS. April 30, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Alegre; Ignacio Basadre; appointment of Galindo to legation in London; Arizcorreta; Bernardino Alcalde; patricios; illness; rumor of an uprising; Torres Torija; Herrera; Felipe; Cuevas.
2619 Haro y Tamariz, A. de. Mexico, LS. May 2, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Ortiz released by U.S. troops; Payno.
2620 Herrera Campos, Francisco. Mexico, LS. May 2, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Aid to Tijera; employment of Agustín Ricoy in the Renta del Tobaco; Aguirre; Campuzano.
2621 Arista, Mariano. Chilpancingo, LS. May 3, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Appeal to Manuel Gómez Pedraza for financial aid; recommendation for Juan A. Zambrano.
2622 Haro y Tamariz, A. de. Mexico, LS. May 4, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Release of Ortiz; Mier.
2623 Gregorio. Mexico, Signed G. and rubric. May 4, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Reports of Peace Commissioners on alternatives to the treaty; approval by Congress urged.
2624 R[odrígue]z [Puebla, Juan.] Mexico, ALS. May 4, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Illness of Dolores; family illness; García Torres; Wences.
2625 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Mexico, ALS. May 4, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Illness of Dolores; Colín; installation of Congress; Llera; danger of revolt against moderates on conclusion of treaty.
2626 Colín, José E. de. Asunción, LS. May 4, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Weather; wheat crop; corn sent to Chalco for Bartolo; Velázquez; need for lime; Zamora; Julián; Cadena.
2627 [Anónimo.] [Carta a Mariano Otero.] Mexico, Incomplete, signature missing. May 4, 1848.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
French and English periodical subscriptions for the Colegio de San Gregorio; decline in income; interest of Rosa in sciences.
2628 Lebrija, Manuel María. Mexico, ALS. May 6, 1848.
4 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Account of his poverty, illness, and concern for his family; fear for Pilar; earlier employment with the Dirección General del Tabaco; N. Enciso; Crispiniano del Castillo; request for financial aid.
2629 [Rodríguez Puebla, Juan.] Mexico, Unsigned. May 6, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Plans for a National Guard; health of Dolores; Haro.
2630 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Mexico, ALS. May 6, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Health of Dolores; Jesucita; Mariquita Tenorio; Tonchita Zamora; Colín; Herrera [Campos]; Eraso; Vértiz; Muñoz; Cabrera (?); fever at El Moral; Mier; Haro; Méndez Núñez. Includes separate note by F. Herrera.
2631 Herrera, Francisco. Mexico, ALS. May 7, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Health of Dolores; Eraso; Rodríguez; Velázquez; Colín; with note signed by Gregorio.
2632 F[ernández] del Castillo, P[edro]. Mexico, ALS. May 7, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Transmittal of letter to Rosa; Pavón; difficulty with the mail; Dávila.
2633 Bassoco, José María de. Mexico, ALS. May 7, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Payment by Rosa to Del Río for publication costs.
2634 Aguirre, Manuel G. Mexico, ALS. May 8, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Purchase of land at public sale; request for aid.
2635 Herrera, Francisco. Mexico, LS. May 9, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Health of Dolores; Haro; Rodríguez; Garita de Vallejo; hand injury; Robredo; Eraso.
2636 R[odrígue]z [Puebla, Juan.] Mexico, ALS. May 9, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Dolores' illness; Haro; Herrera; Vallejo; Wences; Nicolás; Barajas; Miranda.
2637 Haro y Tamariz, A. de. Mexico, LS. May 9, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Dolores' illness; Rodríguez; Herrera; mail from Mendoza for the Inspector General; Ortiz.
2638 Cumplido, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. May 9, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Meeting of the Congress; Rodríguez; Pedraza; Otero; Yáñez; Cardoso; Dolores' illness.
2639 Victoria. [Carta a Guadalupe Brós.] Pachuca, ALS. In pencil. May 10, 1848.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Receipt of gift of shoes; Susana; Eduardito; Asunción; Pacheco.
2640 Payno, M. Querétaro, ALS. May 11, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Re-establishment of National Guard; Torrin; Haro.
2641 Godoy, José María. Querétaro, LS. May 11, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Dolores' illness; Herrera; appointment of Comisión inspectora with Salonio, Aranda, Díaz Guzmán, Aguirre, and Rosa (?); Del Río; Adame criticized by Rosa in secret session; Payno; Granja; Muñoz Campuzano; open session proposed by Pacheco; Vicente Romero's motion to limit governmental powers; [Manuel Crescencio] Rejón; Bernardo Flores; [Manuel] Doblado; Guanajuato; [Mariano] Macedo.
2642 Otero, M. Querétaro, ALS. May 11, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Treaty passed to the Comisión de Relaciones; Lacunza; Macedo; Martínez del Río; Anaya's Memoria; Guardia nacional; arrival of Bermúdez and Flores.
2643 Prieto, G. Mexico, ALS. May 11, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Otero's project for National Guard; secret session called by Rosa.
2644 Álvarez, Juan. Sultepec, LS. May 14, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Arbitration of dispute over the Mine Santa Anna or Concordia; company name changed to De la Unión; trouble caused by Arizcorreta and Legorreta; monarchy favored by Quijano; U.S. troops in Cuernavaca; opposition of Cuernavaca to erection of State of Guerrero; failure of troops at Tetecala to protect haciendas and roads; Metepec; Neri del Barrio.
2645 Lebrija, J. Manuel. Mexico, ALS. May 18, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Dolores' illness; Bernarda.
2646 [Haro y Tamariz, A. de.] Mexico, Unsigned. May 18, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Dolores' illness; reluctance of deputies to go to Querétaro; removal of government to Guadalupe or Mexico recommended; plan to go to Europe.
2647 Andrade, J. M. Mexico, ALS. May 18, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Reorganization of the puros; plans for return of Santa Anna; public apathy criticized; small hopes for the Guardia nacional.
2648 R[odrígue]z [Puebla, Juan.] Mexico, ALS. May 18, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Conditions in the capital blamed on Los progresistas; health of Dolores, Sra. Zamora, and Sra. Colín; representation of Michoacán; re-election of Peña; Rosa; Sra. Delmotte; [Lic. Gabriel] Sagaceta; puros' plans for revolt on Americans' departure.
2649 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Querétaro, ALS. May 18, 1848.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Dolores' health; house rental; Osores.
2650 Villar, José del. Toluca, ALS. May 20, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Arizcorreta; puros' growing strength; treaty approval awaited; transmittal of request.
2651 A[tristain], M[iguel]. Mexico, ALS. (initials and rubric). May 21, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Letter to Luis Cuevas; opposition to peace settlement; plans for revolt; request for intervention with the U.S. Commissioners for American troops to remain until new government is firmly established; approval of treaty by the Chamber of Deputies.
2652 Cuesta, J. M. [Carta a Ignacio Sierra y Roso en Querétaro.] Huejutla, ALS. May 22, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for instructions and guards for receiving Tampico Customs office from withdrawing American authorities; American proposal to turn over $168,000 recently collected.
2653 Castañares, José Joaquín. Mexico, ALS. May 23, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Treaty approval; strength of puros; return of government to the capital not recommended; need for troops; weapons in hands of the inhabitants.
2654 Álvarez Carrasco, José María. [Carta al general Juan Álvarez.] Cuernavaca, ALS. May 23, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 13 × 21 cm., 1 l. 11 × 16 cm.
Death of Sinforiano Acosta at hands of Indian band; list of members of the band; other Indian attacks and damage to lands at Michapa, Taxco and Acuitlapan; attack on Atanasio Toledo. The list includes Cristóbal Batalla, Nicolás Mederos, Pedro Mederos, Manuel Espinosa, Francisco Leonardo, Felipe Santiago, José Tranquilino, José Ciriaco, Polito, Anselmo, Dionisio Villalba, José María Pérez, and Juan Oviedo from Michapa and Cacanamilpa.
2655 Martel, José Joaquín and Miguel Martel. [Recibo de 1023 pesos.] Mexico, LS. May 25, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Rent for Hacienda de la Asunción; Miguel María Martel.
2656 R[odrígue]z [Puebla, Juan.] Mexico, ALS. May 25, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Lawless conditions in the city; recommendation for a commission to accept authority from withdrawing U.S. troops.
2657 Villar, José del. Toluca, ALS. May 25, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Treaty approval; Arizcorreta; opposition of Manuel Andrade; proposed reorganization of the government; los puros.
2658 Cumplido, Ignacio. Mexico, LS. May 25, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Transmittal of El siglo XIX; plan for publication; written contributions solicited.
2659 Gregorio. Mexico, LS. May 25, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Fear of uprising in the city; pronunciamiento by Paredes and Domecq; arrival of Salamanca and El cantor de las Kalendas from Europe.
2660 Castañares, José Joaquín. Mexico, ALS. May 26, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Public approval of ratification of the treaty; fear of revolution in the city; Pedro María Anaya; Torres Torija.
2661 Lacunza, José María. Querétaro, ALS. May 27, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm., 1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of pay for deputies; its distribution; Riva Palacio addressed as Presidente de la Comisión de Policía. Includes list of payments totaling $4,672.5 to Eugenio María Aguirre, José María Lacunza, Juan Mirafuentes, Manuel Díaz Zimbrón, José María Cuevas, José María Jiménez, Guillermo Sánchez de la Barquera, Manuel Micheltorena, Mariano Talavera, Juan Zapata, Manuel Zetina Abad, Juan Parra, Fernando Ortega, Ponciano Arriaga, Manuel Crescencio Rejón, Joaquín Vargas, and Mariano Pérez Tagle, representing the states of Coahuila, México, Oajaca, Puebla, San Luis Potosí, and El Distrito.
2662 Herrera Campos, Francisco. Mexico, LS. May 28, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Illness in family: Chucha, Pancho, Josefita, Petra, Ramón; Mariquita; Colín; Fonchita; Salomé; house in Coatepec invaded by bandits; Comisario de San Luis; Roberto Mariner; Doloritas; Rosa; Querétaro.
2663 Haro y Tamariz, A. de. Mexico, LS. May 28, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Fear of uprising in city; plan to go to Europe; health of Dolores; Mier.
2664 Gregorio. Mexico, Rubric. May 28, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Fear of uprising in city; wide distribution of weapons; los poblanos; el Moro Muza; Mackintosh's offer of funds to the Governor; plan for capture of the Ciudadela; Antonio de Haro; sansimonianos; carbonarios.
2665 [Rodrígue]z [Puebla, Juan.] Mexico, ALS. May 28, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Illness; Nicolás; Dolores; plans of the puros; hope for removal of the government to the capital; efforts of Mariano Domínguez to obtain office in La Contaduría; Peña; Agustín Pámanes.
2666 Anónimo. Unsigned. In pencil. May 28, [1848].
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Rangel; puros offered guns by U.S. troops; Suárez reported among robber bands; Alemán; revolution called De la trip[l]e alianza-puros, Monarchists, and Santanistas; Eloriaga outlawed.
2667 [Rodrígue]z [Puebla, Juan.] Mexico, ALS. May 30, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Care for the library; Rosa; military movement out of the city; criminals freed; hope for establishment of firm government; Otero.
2668 Haro, Benito. Teloloapan, ALS. May 31, 1848.
1 l. 11 × 16 cm.
Writings of Manuel Crescencio [Rejón]; request for pay from the government; payment to his wife, Calle de la Hóndiga No. 9; Felipe Neri del Barrio. Includes claim for pay.
2669 Haro y Tamariz, A. de. Mexico, LS. May 31, 1848.
4 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Congratulations on appointment as President of the Comisiones de Hacienda y Crédito Público; recommendations for use of the $15,000,000 paid Mexico as indemnity; payment of foreign and internal debts; reorganization of the [Renta del] Tabaco and Aduana Marítima; contraband across the Bravo frontier; improvement of roads.
2670 Álvarez, Juan. Teloloapam, LS. May 31, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Example of Yucatán in encouraging local Indians to demand more land; distribution of guns received from la otra América in Ciudad Guerrero; threat of Indian uprising in Tlapa District; need for establishing a State of Guerrero; approval of México, Puebla, and Michoacán needed; Haro.
2671 SECRETARÍA DE LA JUNTA DE FOMENTO Y ADMINISTRATIVA DE MINERÍA. [Carta al presidente, José María Bassoco.] Dirección del Colegio N. de Minería, Mexico, Copy. Original signed by Director Interino del Colegio, Blas Balcárcel. May 31, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Offer of Bonilla of $3,025 for operation of the college instead of the $4,000 promised by the government, refused. Includes copy of answer, repeating the earlier offer; Secretario Isidro Pedro Rafael Gondra.
2672 Bassoco, José María de. Mexico, LS. June 1, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Payment to Andrés del Río; Impresor Rafael; José María Fagoaga; opposition to publication on scientific and grammatical grounds; Luis de lo Rosa; differences with the Colegio de Minería over funds. Transmittal of correspondence (see no. 2671); Canchola (?).
2673 [Rodrígue]z [Puebla, Juan.] [Mexico,] ALS. June 1, [1848].
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Discussions with Haro on spending the indemnity; plan for payment of government employees; Dolores; V. Romero.
2674 Álvarez, Juan. Iguala de Iturbide, LS. June 3, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 11 × 16 cm.
Transmittal of letter of José María Álvarez (see number 2654); criticism of Quijano's military forces; surrender of criminals; Arista; Revolución de Tlapa; Pronunciamiento by Colonel Florencio Villarreal; Haro; Teloloapam; Cuernavaca; Arellano; Sultepec.
2675 Azpilcueta, Manuel. Tula, ALS. June 5, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Complaint sent by Major Francisco Morelos of arbitrary action by the Administrador principal de Tabacos; funds sent to Cuautitlán; Fuente; Anaya; fear of Indian uprising; Durán.
2676 Sierra y Rosso, Ignacio. LS. June 5, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Tardiness of Viya, Cosio, and Barrio at meeting; Fuente; Batres; letter from the Administrador de la Aduana marítima de Tampico (see Number 2652).
2677 Álvarez, Juan. Iguala, LS. June 5, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Desire of Sultepec to join the State of Guerrero; Arizcorreta; difficulty of maintaining order; General José Joaquín Herrera; request for aid.
2678 Atristain, Miguel. Mexico, ALS. June 5, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 11 × 16 cm.
Difficulties in efforts to refund foreign debt through the firm of Manning and MacKintosh; disorganization of the courts; enlistments in the Guardia nacional; departure of U.S. troops; arrest of Jáuregui and Arteaga; escape of Suárez Iriarte, Buenrostro, and Eligio Romero.
2679 Mora y Villamil, Ignacio. Mexico, ALS. June 6, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 11 × 16 cm.
Congratulations on office as Minister of Hacienda; Luis de la Rosa; Pedro Anaya; offer to sell guns, delivered at Veracruz or Tampico; supply of other military equipment; Rondero; Francisco Mora; offer to repair the Palacio; Arroyo; Otero.
2680 [Castañares, José Joaquín.] Mexico, Rubric. June 6, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 11 × 16 cm.
Appointment of Otero as Secretario de Relaciones criticized; Cuevas; approval of Arista and Jiménez [Ministro de Justicia]; los puros; list of the santanistas; use of funds to influence troops at Guadalupe and T[lal]nepantla; growth of pro-Santa Anna feeling in the capital.
2681 Carbajal, F. Mexico, ALS. June 6, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 11 × 16 cm.
Detention as prisoner of war; litigation over possession of tobacco shop, No. 22, Calle del Ángel; Vallejo; Pozo.
2682 Álvarez, Juan. Acapulco, LS. June 7, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Efforts of Haro to help establish new state; Chilpancingo.
2683 Varela, J. M. Coyuca, ALS. June 7, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for aid in locating his brother Andrés; Colonel Benito Haro.
2684 Riquelme, Luis. Mexico, ALS. June 8, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 11 × 16 cm.
Loss of health in the military service; Rosa; Guanajuato; Huichapan, Cuautitlán; Guadalajara; inequality in payments to the disabled; request for payment of pension.
2685 Álvarez, Juan. Iguala, LS. June 8, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Herrera raised to Presidency; Jarauta; conservative spirit in Cuernavaca; Haro.
2686 Villar, Pedro del. Querétaro, LS. June 8, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 11 × 16 cm.
Removal of executive offices to the capital; request for pay to enable removal to Mexico; Marcos Arellano.
2687 Orta, F[rancisco] P. de. Mexico, ALS. June 8, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 11 × 16 cm.
Request for pension; convalescence from wound received during the siege of Veracruz; criticism of Santa Anna; Farías.
2688 Aguirre, Eugenio María. Querétaro, ALS. June 8, 1848.
3 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 11 × 16 cm.
Appointment of Administrador de Tabacos at San Luis Potosí; administration at Saltillo; Coahuila; accusations against José María Domínguez by son of Tornel; Nicolás del Moral; Convento de San Agustín; efforts of Trigueros to have Torrescano appointed; resignation of Rosa; efforts of Mateos to obtain the job; recommendation that Moral remain at the post; property damage at hands of U.S. troops; Brother Pedro recommended for position in Saltillo; request for pay General Mejía; Sandoval; Arista.
2689 Godoy, José María. Querétaro, LS. June 8, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Danger of bandit and Indian attack; removal to the capital; San Patricio guard; Lombardini; Gobernador Mesa; difficulty of travel; passage of financial law; Estrella; [Joaquín] Navarro (Navarrito); Yáñez; [José María] Jiménez; Otero.
2690 Flores [y Terán], Juan María. [Carta del gobernador del Distrito Federal a Mariano Otero.] Mexico, LS. June 8, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Arrival of the President; Tlalnepantla; Arroyozarco; movement of furniture; U.S. troops in Tacubaya; Ignacio Palomo.
2691 COMISARÍA DEL EJÉRCITO DE OPERACIONES. [Oficio al Director del cuerpo médico-militar.] Querétaro, Signed: Juan M. Barra (Bana?). June 8, 1848.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Request for pay refused.
2692 Villa, N. (José?) de. Querétaro, LS. June 9, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Regulations for maritime customs collection; Ignacio Sierra y Roso; Antonio Batres; José de la Fuente; J. N. del Barrio; Francisco Álvarez; Juntas de Fomento e Industria; José M. Ruiz of the Dirección General de Rentas; Junta Consultativa; Bernardo Couto.
2693 Arista, Mariano. Buenavista, ALS. June 9, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Appointment of Riva Palacio, Otero, and Herrera; plan to go to Mexico.
2694 Fames, Juan J.(?) Guadalajara, ALS. June 9, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Transmittal of letter for Otero.
2695 Iturralde, José María de. Mexico, LS. June 9, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Offer of use of his house in Coyoacán during travel; Mixcoac; Octaviano Bermontes.
2696 M. [Carta a Agustín Gómez Parada en Mixcoac.] ALS with initial. June 10, 1848.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Arrangements made with Arista; Peza.
2697 Muñoz Comp[uzan]o, J. Querétaro, ALS. June 10, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 10 × 15 cm.
Difficulty of travel; request for pay.
2698 Berriel, José María. Tlaxcala, LS. June 10, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 10 × 15 cm.
Collection of alcabalas; Otero; Junta territorial.
2699 Arista, Mariano. Mexico, LS. June 10, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 10 × 15 cm.
Food poisoning at Cuernavaca; delay in interview.
2700 Cuevas, Luis G. Mexico, ALS. June 10, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Castilla's interview with General Varela; delivery of money to the Treasury; General Butler; Otero.
2701 Cuevas, Luis G. [Carta a Mariano Otero.] Mexico, ALS. June 10, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Plan for delivery of indemnity money by General Butler; interview with Riva Palacio and Castillo; Jiménez.
2702 Godoy, José María. Querétaro, ALS. June 11, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 25 cm.
Business with Francisco and Cayetano Rubio.
2703 Franco, Carlos. Tlalnepantla, ALS. June 11, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Aid given to Irish defenders of Churubusco; Captain Juan Reilly; increase in ranks of Irish from troops of General Worth; Otero; Jiménez; delay in mail delivery.
2704 Hierro, Juan. Mexico, ALS. June 11, 1848.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Military alert; rumors of danger to the Governor; Jiménez.
2705 Esparza, Marcos de. Querétaro, ALS. June 11, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recommendation for Manuel Cortés in his application to purchase goods from English ship at Manzanillo; deliveries at Mazatlán and Guaymas; travel from Colima and Guadalajara; military action at San Juan by forces of Guerra Manzanares.
2706 Muñoz Ledo, Octaviano. Querétaro, ALS. June 11, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Recommendation for Manuel Cortés for relief from customs at Manzanillo; insecurity of the roads.
2707 Pacheco, J. R. Querétaro, ALS. June 12, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 10 × 15 cm.
Delon recommended for repair of furniture in government offices.
2708 Manero Embide, José María. Ciudad Victoria, ALS. June 12, 1848.
2 l. 19 × 25 cm.
Complaint of loss of territory by the State of Tamaulipas; recommendation for Juan Martín de la Garza; request for aid in retaining position of brother Victores in the [Renta del] Tabaco.
2709 Terreros, Manuel. Mexico, LS. June 12, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Conclusion of business with Quijano; General Arista; José Ramón Peza; Herrera; Otero.
2710 Sancha, José Rafael de la. Tulancingo, ALS. June 12, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 11 × 15 cm.
Charges of maladministration and contraband against Administrador del Tobaco José Benito de la Llata and his employee Ereno (?); sale of Virginia tobacco; avoidance of the law; collusion with a French subject.
2711 Zenea, Juan Clemente de. Mexico, ALS. June 13, 1848.
1 l. 15 × 21 cm., 1 l. 10 × 15 cm.
Request for pension as retired major.
2712 Zamora, Vicente. Coatepec, ALS. June 13, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Desire to resign; Lorenzo Arroyabe recommended as replacement; Joaquín Noriega.
2713 Franco, Carlos. Tlalnepantla, ALS. June 13, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of funds from Sandoval, Ministerio de Guerra, for the support of Captain Riley and the San Patricio soldiers; repayment of loan already made.
2714 Fernández, Francisco V. Ciudad Victoria, LS. June 15, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Congratulations on appointment.
2715 Valdés, Ramón J. Ciudad Victoria, ALS. June 15, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Congratulations on appointment; travel to accept seat as deputy.
2716 García, Roberto. [Carta a Manuel Gómez Pedraza.] Río verde, ALS. June 15, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for military aid against Indian attacks; uprising at Xichu blamed on U.S. influence and agents of Paredes; popularity of term expropiación; threats to Huasteca; flight of Administrador de Tabacos de Tancanhuitz; leadership of Indian Comandante de Sierra Gorda Mejía; threat to San Luis; comparison with revolt in Yucatán; application for post as Administrador de Tabacos in Río verde supported by José González de Cosio.
2717 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Oficio a las aduanas marítimas de Veracruz, Tampico, Matamoros, Mazatlán, y Guaymas.] Mexico, Copy. June 15, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Order for a certified account of prohibited goods imported during the occupation by U.S. troops.
2718 Ceballos, Juan B. Morelia, LS. June 16, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 25 cm., 1 l. 11 × 15 cm.
Transmittal of a request for help.
2719 Muñoz Ledo, Octaviano. Guanajuato, ALS. June 16, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 25 cm., 1 l. 11 × 15 cm.
Uprising led by Paredes and Jarauta; junta de notables called in Guanajuato to elect temporary governor; Otero; Jiménez; Herrera.
2720 Arizcorreta, Mariano. Toluca, ALS. June 16, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for funds with which to pay employees; Olmedo.
2721 Zamora, Vicente. Coatepec, ALS. June 16, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for financial aid to Colonel Pedro Rivera, refugee from the occupied capital, living in San Francisco Acuautla.
2722 _____. Coatepec, ALS. June 16, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recommendation for Pedro Rivera.
2723 Tornel, José Julián, Orizaba, ALS. June 16, 1848.
1 l. 19 × 25 cm.
Request for aid to Colonel José Manuel Tornel, Administrador de Tabacos.
2724 Varela, Luis. ALS. June 17, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Payment of interest; request for interview.
2725 Cid del Prado, I[gnacio]. Taxco, ALS. June 17, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 11 × 15 cm.
Request for aid in obtaining post as Juez de letras de Teotihuacán through Arizcorreta; Álvarez.
2726 Anaya, Juan Pablo. Presidio a Querétaro, ALS. June 18, 1848.
2 l. 23 × 28 cm.
Criticism of government employees except at Mazatlán; mission of Secretary Juan García Rebollo; Santanesco(?).
2727 Zerecero, A. Querétaro, ALS. June 18, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Ticket for travel to capital traded with Reyes Veramendi; request for pay at residence 25 Calle del Zapo; María Dolores Rodríguez de Zerecero.
2728 Arista, Mariano. M. de G., LS. June 18, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 11 × 15 cm.
Request for pay for Francisco Ocampo.
2729 Álvarez, Juan. [Chilpancingo de los] Bravos, LS. June 18, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 11 × 15 cm.
Mission of Haro to urge establishment of new state; distrust of Arizcorreta; danger of Indian rebellion; mining interests in Sultepec district; German mining company; protection of Prefecto Lorenzo Calderón and Esteban León; interview with General Bravo; distribution of guns received de la otra América; Acapulco; Distrito de Tlapa; faith in Herrera.
2730 Payno y Bustamante, Manuel. Mexico, LS. June 19, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Proposed substitute for the alcabala; support of Luis de la Rosa; Pavón; Canseco; Sierra; Hierro; Maldonado; Lic. Urbano Fonseca; report of eye affliction.
2731 Iturbide, Salvador de. Hacienda de Cuitsillo, ALS. June 19, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Appointment as Comisario del Cuerpo de Ejército Bustamante; support of Bustamante in campaign against Paredes in Guanajuato; cousin José R. Malo appointed agent in Mexico; Robles; Querétaro.
2732 Aguilar, Ignacio. Morelia, ALS. June 19, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Escape from bandits; advance of Jarauta; support of government in Michoacán; pay as Administrador de tabacos; Rosa; Rubio.
2733 Robles, Manuel. Hacienda del Cuitzillo, ALS. June 19, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Service in army of General Bustamante; defense of Dolores against los serranos; Arellano; capture of Guanajuato by rebels.
2734 Anaya, P. M. Mexico, LS. June 20, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for payment of loan by Manuel Urquiza to General Filisola's division in Michoacán.
2735 Muñoz Ledo, Octaviano. Guanajuato, ALS. June 20, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Sale of house impeded by order of Antonio Batres; Rosa; José María Cuevas; request for payment of $12,000.
2736 Rosas, Francisco de P. Jalapa, ALS. June 20, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Dismissal of brother Ángel from post in Veracruz; occupation of the Plaza by U.S. troops; evacuation of archives to Jalapa; return to Veracruz after the armistice.
2737 Peña y Peña, Manuel de la. LS. June 21, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for employment of A. Argandar as escribiente; arrival in Mexico.
2738 Reyes Veramendi, Manuel. 6, Calle de Capuchinas, ALS. June 21, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Poor condition of soldiers of San Patricio; sympathy of soldiers with rebels. Embossed design: “T. LEROUX Mexico al Libro Mayor. 1[UNK] C. de Plateros.”
2739 Zárate, Gil. Reseña historica de la Renta del Tabaco desde q. el Ejercito Americano invadió esta Ciudad hasta la fecha. Mexico, ALS. June 21, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Attack on office by Daniel and a French interpreter; contribution demanded by American General from the Ayuntamiento; re-establishment of Renta del Tabaco; Gamio; tobacco freed of tax; MacKintosh; Manuel Buen Abad; efforts to enforce new regulations.
2740 Godoy, J. M. Hacienda de Parangueo, LS. June 22, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
[Manuel] Doblado's aid to Paredes and Jarauta; defection of Arellano's troops; Fifth Regiment; Cerrogordo; Doblado made governor; disorder in Guanajuato calmed by rain; Xichu; formation of a Foreign Legion recommended; Cortazar; Generals Miñón and Bustamante; Otero; Valle de Santiago; Manuel Álvarez y Godoy; son of Morelos.
2741 Vázquez, Francisco. Mexico, ALS. June 23, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Illness during service with General Álvarez; care rendered at the Hacienda [de Asunción]; loan of horse.
2742 Reyes Veramendi, Manuel de los. [Mexico,] ALS. June 23, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 11 × 15 cm.
Recommendation for Antonio Galván, Secretario del Tribunal mercantil de Tampico. Embossed design as in 2738.
2743 Peña y Peña, Manuel de la. LS. June 23, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 11 × 15 cm.
Request for pay for Captain José María Isasi, enroute to post in Tabasco; transmittal of private correspondence of recent president.
2744 Aguero, Manuel. Morelia, ALS. June 23, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Request for appointment of Miguel Casarín in the Dirección de Tabacos; lack of confidence in other employees; local organization of the Guardia nacional; lack of support for the revolution.
2745 Gamboa, Ramón. LS. June 23, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for payment of salary for work with the Juzgado de letras.
2746 Robles de Camargo, Rita. ALS. June 23, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Expenses involved in accompanying son Pascual Camargo in his military service at Cerrogordo and during his detention as prisoner of war at Plan del Río; request for financial aid.
2747 MINISTERIO DE HACIENDA. Noticia en estracto de los términos en que se han entregado las aduanas mnas de los puertos que ocuparon las tropas americanas. Mexico, Unsigned. June 24, 1848.
3 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Aduana de Veracruz: General Smith and Mr. Dimond (Diamond?); Aduana de Tampico turned over to Colonel Gates; Aduana de Matamoros turned over to Colonel Davenport; Aduana de Tuxpan; Mr. Chas(e?); Aduana de Mazatlán; Aduana de Guaymas; San José de Guaymas; surrender of accounts and return to Mexican authorities.
2748 Franco, Carlos. Tlalnepantla, ALS. June 25, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 28 cm.
Request for funds to support Captain Riley, the San Patricio force, and other deserters from the U.S. troops.
2749 Almonte, J. N. León, ALS. June 25, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Recommendation for employment of Estanislao del Pino in the Administración de Tabacos de Pátzcuaro; imprisonment in Texas.
2750 TESORERÍA GENERAL DE LA REPÚBLICA MEXICANA. Noticia de la entrada y salida de caudales. Unsigned. June 27, 1848.
1 l. 22 × 31 cm.
Summary of receipts and expenses; General Quijano; General Codallos; Comisario del Ejército Blanco; military expenses; salaries; pensions; administration.
2751 Barrera, Ignacio de la. Mexico, LS. June 27, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Acceptance of post as Sub-Secretario del despacho de Hacienda.
2752 Arellano, Lorenzo. Celaya, ALS. June 27, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Military operations of Cortazar and Lombardini; elimination of dissidents from armed forces; Administrador de la fábrica Montañés; Contador Dario Romero; squadron organized to help Paredes; Otero; Jiménez.
2753 Stávoli, José. San Miguel de las Peras, ALS. June 27, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Congratulations on appointment.
2754 Cuevas, Luis G. ALS. June 27, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recommendation for José María Villalobos, applicant for post in the Aduana de Matamoros.
2755 Banda, Longinos. Guadalajara, ALS. June 27, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Request for change in the alcabala system in Colima; Elguero.
2756 Escudero, Agustín. Tuxtla, LS. June 28, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 10 × 15 cm.
Complaint against the climate and people; separationist movement supported by General Cardona; Colonel Francisco (?) Cartagena.
2757 Portugal, Antonio G. de. ALS. June 28,
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for pay for artist Plácido Ochoa for decoration of the Salón presidencial.
2758 Álvarez, Juan. Acapulco, LS. June 28, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Ocampo's report criticizing commercial activities at the port; mission of Custodio Sousa to explain the facts; Villanueva.
2759 Buen Abad, Manuel. ALS. June 30, 1848.
1 l. 16 × 22 cm.
Transmittal of document defending himself.
2760 Zerecero, Dolores de. ALS. June, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for pay due her husband; Mariana Rodríguez Lazarín.
2761 Palomo, José Dionisio. San Luis Potosí, ALS. July 1, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Service as Jefe Superior de Hacienda; replacement by Juan Chávez; Luis Rosa.
2762 Bárcena, José María. Querétaro, ALS. July 1, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 25 cm.
Travel to new post in Comisaría de Mazatlán; order of Comandante General Rafael Téllez to leave town; lodging with Andrés Zenteno in Tepic; claim on Batres, Ministro de la Tesorería; request for back pay and employment.
2763 Sagaseta, José Braulio. ALS. July 1, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 11 × 15 cm.
Transmittal of request from friend Guadalupe.
2764 Arrangoiz, F. de. Veracruz, ALS. July 2, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Robber attack on stagecoach; escape to Jalapa; M.M. Pérez; customs receipts; purchase of guns for Yucatán. Embossed design: Shield and crown; letters “Rolland Frères Fabri. Bordeaux.”
2765 Zamacona, J. Joaquín de. Puebla, ALS. July 2, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
System of paying public employees criticized; disorder in public archives.
2766 Arzamendi, Vicente. Tuxpam, ALS. July 3, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 11 × 15 cm.
Request for pension as retired officer; evacuation of Tampico; experience as schoolteacher; local uprisings; re-establishment of Aduanas Marítimas.
2767 Arrangoiz, F. de. Veracruz, ALS. July 3, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Funds due from Manuel M. Pérez; Manuel Villa y Cosío; Hermenegildo; General Smith; Clifford; General Worth; purchase of guns from U.S. troops; inventory of weapons at the Castillo de Ulúa; guns to be sent to Yucatán; refusal to sell guns to individual persons. Includes draft of answer by Riva Palacio, July 8, 1848, authorizing expediture up to $50,000 for guns against account with D.L. Davidson; income due from customs.
2768 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Orden a las aduanas marítimas de Veracruz, Tampico, Matamoros, Mazatlán, y Guaymas.] Mexico, Copy. July 4, 1848.
3 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Rules of handling incoming ships; recovery of contraband. Includes also copy of letter of June 14 on similar subject.
2769 Solórzano, Joaquín. San Juan del Río, ALS. July 4, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for position in the capital with the government; dissatisfaction with military life.
2770 Lebrija, Manuel María. ALS. July 4, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for financial aid; Pilar.
2771 Anónimo. Consideraciones para permitirse en las costas la siembra del tabaco con obgeto de exportarse. Mexico, Unsigned. July 5, 1848.
3 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Need for agricultural development of Veracruz State; restrictions on tobacco growing; population of the state; contraband sales; use of tax money; roads between Jalapa, Orizaba, and Veracruz; need for revenue agents; program of crop control; growth of separatist movement in Veracruz; opportunities in Tabasco; study made by the Junta de Fomento de Veracruz.
2772 Ceballos, Juan B. Morelia, LS. July 6, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recommendation for employment of Manuel Gutiérrez, recently Tesorero in the Renta de Tabaco; service with Cortazar; robbery in Querétaro.
2773 Arzobispo de Cesarea. ALS. July 6, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for government approval of the expediente canónigo sent to Montoya; intervention with Peña solicited.
2774 Villa y Cosío, Manuel de. Veracruz, LS. July 6, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of letter through Francisco P. Arrangoiz; brother Hermenegildo.
2775 Bustamante, Carlos María. Mexico, ALS. July 6, 1848.
2 l. 16 × 22 cm.
Request for back pay.
2776 COMISARÍA GENERAL DEL DISTRITO Y ESTADO DE MÉXICO. Presupuesto general de los haberes que venzan en el presente mes los cuerpos y oficinas militares que a continuación se espresan.... Mexico, Signed: Francisco S. Iglesias. LS. July 6, 1848.
1 l. 31 × 42 cm.
List of military organizations and funds allotted; troops in Jalisco, México, Perote; Fábrica de Santa Fe; San Patricio troops; Chapultepec; Alabarderos; Maestranza.
2777 MINISTERIO DE GUERRA Y MARINA. Presupuesto de un mes de haver para los Cpos que han pasado revista en la Comisaria del Distrito. Mexico, Unsigned. July 6, 1848.
1 l. 22 × 31 cm.
Itemized list, total: $57,127.6.82. Payments for Cuerpo Médico, Engineers, Colegio Militar, Batallón de Zapaderos, Artillería, Compañía de Obreros (México, Perote, Santa Fe), Compañía de infantería mixta, Batallón de San Patricio; Caballería, Depósito de Oficiales, Jefes y Oficiales de Chapultepec, Estado Mayor del Presidente, Supremo Tribunal de la Gracia, Plana Mayor del Ejército, Comandancia General, Alabarderos, Batallón de Inválidos, Comisaria del Distrito. Travel of troops to Puebla and Querétaro.
2778 Juárez, Benito. Oaxaca, LS. July 6, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 10 × 15 cm.
Opposition to rebellion in Guanajuato; support of new government; resignation refused; Deputy Luis Fernández del Campo.
2779 Muñoz Ledo, Octaviano. Guanajuato, ALS. July 8, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Beginning of Bustamante's attack on Paredes' troops in Guanajuato; rebellion linked with uprising in Guadalajara in May; Herrera; Mariano Otero.
2780 Arzobispo de Cesarea. ALS. July 8, 1848.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Transmittal of request for aid for widow of Delmotte.
2781 TESORERÍA GENERAL DE LA FEDERACIÓN. Relación de los pagos q. se hacen por esta Tesora. general é importe de los presupuestos. Mexico, Signed: P. F. del Castillo. July 8, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Itemized list of government officials, totaling $57,011.3.4 for Secretaría, Senators, Deputies, Ministers, Contaduría mayor, President, Tesorería general, widows, Cesantes y jubilados, Contaduría de propios, Archivo general, porteros, Relojero de Palacio, Exclaustrados, Artillery, and General Felipe Codallos.
2782 Landa, J. M. de. Mexico, LS. July 8, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Proposed five-year contract with the government; cancelled contract of December 15, 1847; Rubio.
2783 Rubio, Cayetano. Mexico, LS. July 8, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Watermark: PAPEL SELLADO.
Proposed contract with government for administration of la Renta del Tabaco; contract of May 2 in Querétaro.
2784 Elorriaga de Delmotte, Francisca. LS. July 9, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for interview concerning late husband's property at No. 15, Calle de Montealegre. Includes undated draft of reply arranging interview; Convento de San Bernardo.
2785 Arista, Mariano. Palacio, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed letterhead of Ministro de Guerra. July 9, 1848.
Progress of siege of Guanajuato.
2786 G[arcía] Conde, Francisco. LS. July 9, 1848.
4 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Historical summary of the collection of income by the Renta de Tabacos in different political periods; prices in Chihuahua and Durango; request that the state share in the income.
2787 Arellano, Lorenzo. Celaya, ALS. July 9, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm., 1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Copy of letter from Cortazar to Governor of Guanajuato Arellano on progress of siege of Guanajuato; popular support of Paredes in Guanajuato; request for aid from neighboring states; need for funds; Bustamante's need for ammunition. Includes summary of letter for office use.
2788 Pérez Fernández, Domingo María. Toluca, ALS. July 9, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for employment of his father, José María Pérez y Callejo, previously Contador de la Comisaría General de Yucatán; help of Rosa and Peña y Peña; Yucatán rebellion.
2789 Godoy, José M. Parangueo, ALS. July 10, 1848.
3 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Danger of spreading revolt if Bustamante's attack on Paredes fails; Guardia nacional; Bustamante's refusal of troops from Zacatecas and Jalisco; need for weapons; use of San patricios; Otero; approaching session of Congress; illness of Guadalupita; Tula; Hernández; Manuelita.
2790 Enciso, Francisco. Oaxaca, ALS. July 10, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Fear of losing position in the Renta de Tabacos; request for special consideration.
2791 Elorriaga de Delmotte, Francisca. LS. July 10, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for interview to discuss property settlement; Vicario capitular.
2792 TESORERÍA GENERAL DE LA FEDERACIÓN. Noticia de la entrada y salida de caudales qe. ha tenido esta Tesora. Gl. desde el dia hasta el presente Unsigned. 11 de Junio 6 de Julio. No date.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm., 1 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Itemized list of expenses involving Leonel Davidson, Guillermo Drusina, Fernando Pockls, MacKintosh, Butler, arms and ammunition at Querétaro and Mexico, Cayetano Rubio, Francisco Herrera, Cámara de Diputados, Comisaría del Estado de México, Pedro Vuanue, Miguel Tentori, Colegiata de Guadalupe, Legations, Armamento Valdivielso.
2793 Saviñón, Manuel E. LS. July 12, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for continuation in employment; opposition of Manuel Buen Abad; Ortega's handicap.
2794 Álvarez, Juan. La Providencia, LS. July 12, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Difficulty of co-operating with Arizcorreta; Distrito de Sultepec; Metepec; opposition to creation of Guerrero State; 8th Cavalry Regiment; request for help of Luciano Cantú of the Tesorería general, to be paid by the Customs at Acapulco; movement to Taxco to watch over revolutionary spirit in Taxco and Sultepec; offer of military aid against Paredes; Francisco Ocampo's complaints against employees of the Aduana marítima at Acapulco; charges against Mariano Miranda; Lic. José María Inclán, Juez de Letras in Acapulco.
2795 Lebrija, José Manuel. LS. July 12, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recommendation for continuation of Pablo Sánchez and Mariano Monedero in office of the Administración de Tabacos in San Miguel de Allende.
2796 Argandar, Alejandro. ALS. July 12, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Promise of employment by Peña y Peña; loss of arm in Battle of El Molino del Rey; position as Escribiente oficial del Archivo sought; Querétaro.
2797 [Zerece]ro, Agustín. Tuxtla, LS. partly illegible. July 12, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for back pay; travel to Oaxaca; appointment of Colonel Manuel Peláez as Comandante General; Senator Manuel Larrainzar; opposition to the appointment as against the interests of Chiapas and control of contraband.
2798 Rosa, Luis de la. ALS. July 12, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Funds to be turned over to the Commissioners from Yucatán; hope of gaining sympathy for the republic.
2799 Arrangoiz, Francisco de. Veracruz, ALS. July 13, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Funds received from the customs; efforts of contrabandists to keep custom in U.S. hands; Pérez; Clifford; Di[a]mond; fear that José Arrillaga's trip from Jamaica to New Orleans was to gather adventurers for attack on Tamaulipas; defenselessness of coast from Río Bravo to Yucatán; Guardia nacional; fear of Paredes' victory at Guanajuato; fortification of Jalapa, Las Joyas, and road to Orizaba; Tampico; Matamoros; purchase of warships. Includes copy of letter from New Orleans concerning plan to establish a “República de Sierra Madre” supported by hacendados; enlistment of General Shields and American soldiers.
2800 Lacunza, José María de. ALS. July 13, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 26 cm.
Efforts to locate a report concerning the conversion of the national debt; Navarro.
2801 Pérez, Manuel María. Veracruz ALS. July 13, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Concern over rumored dismissal; Manuel and Hermenegildo de Villa.
2802 Esnaurrisas?, A. Sn de. ALS, illegible. July 15, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for payment of pension.
2803 Acevedo, Pedro L. Temascaltepec, LS. July 15, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Congratulations on appointment.
2804 Noriega, Antonio. Taxco, ALS. July 15, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 10 × 15 cm.
Charge of insubordination; replacement by Ramón García; criticism of General Álvarez; criticism of García; friendship with Ribera, Tárate, and Vieyra; Querétaro newspaper; El Monitor; opposition to monarchists.
2805 Arrangoiz, Francisco de. Veracruz, ALS. July 15, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Arrival of Arrillaga from New Orleans and Jamaica; his plans for an uprising; withdrawal of military recommended; Ulúa; cultivation of tobacco; import of cotton; promises made in Guanajuato and Jamaica; Jalapa; departure for the U.S.; need for funds; rumors of American soldiers approaching Yucatán and Chiapas.
2806 Rivera, Manuel. Guadalajara, ALS. July 15, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Request for payment of debt owed Barron Forbes & Cía. as arranged between Jorge Best and the Supremo Gobierno in Querétaro.
2807 Castañón, Ignacio. Mexico, ALS. July 16, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for information on date for beginning Mexican control of customs at Veracruz; cargo from New Orleans brought by brother Antonio Castañón.
2808 Barroeta, Ignacio. ALS. July 17, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for payment of funds due his father, Colonel Francisco Barroeta; efforts to collect from the Ayuntamiento; Governor Trig[u]eros; Contador de Ayuntamiento Ignacio Domíng[u]ez; illness; danger of losing his lands.
2809 Stávoli, José. San Miguel Peras en Oaxaca, LS. July 17, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for aid in obtaining pension through the Renta del Tabaco.
2810 Arista, Mariano. LS. July 17, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 11 × 15 cm.
Recommendation for payment to José Manuel Pardo for period of leave granted during illness from work with the Customs at Matamoros; Peña; Cuevas.
2811 Sánchez, Atilano. LS. July 17, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Alternative arrangements for payment of rent on the Hacienda del Moral; albaceazgo de Juan F. López; Antonio Bas[s]oco; José María Bas[s]oco; Convento de la Encarnación; Hacienda de Comalco; Fincas de los Monacales; Tejada, mayordomo.
2812 Isidoro. [Carta a Felipe Alonzo de Terán.] Mazatlán, ALS. July 17, 1848.
4 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Receipt of goods from China; Miguel Lerdo de Tejada; Francisco Lerdo de Tejada; arrival of Chilean ship Natalia from Valparaíso with cargo of clothing, flour, and crackers for Monterey and the Sandwich Islands; rumors of cargo of weapons for U.S. troops in California; forced unloading of Monterey cargo; danger of claim by Chilean government; approval of La Rosa; Lic. Aranjo appointed Promotor fiscal by La Rosa; charges against Lerdo.
2813 Villalón, Esteban. Tepic, ALS. July 18, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request to be continued in his post with the Customs; tax on cotton; permission to unload ships at any port.
2814 González, Bernardo. Puebla, ALS. July 18, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for aid in obtaining pay promised.
2815 Catalán, Prudencio. Tixtla de Guerrero, ALS. July 19, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Support for new state of Guerrero.
2816 Echeverría, Pascasio. Silao, ALS. July 19, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Loan by Antonio Fuentes to the Tesorería del Ejército; claim for payment; General Bustamante; Herrera; paisano [P.F. del] Castillo of the Tesorería general.
2817 Muñoz Ledo, Octaviano. Guanajuato, ALS. July 19, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Manuel Doblado made Governor by a Junta de Notables selected by Paredes; support of Paredes by Guadalajara; Yáñez' march to Lagos; danger of sansculotismo.
2818 _____. Guanajuato, ALS. July 19, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Consolidation of forces of Bustamante, Muñoz, Yáñez, and Pedro Cortazar; purismo; loss of public support for the rebellion; Silao.
2819 Torres, J. M. [Carta a Juan Álvarez.] Iguala, ALS. July 19, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Pronunciamiento in Taxco for new state of Guerrero; Vildosola; opposition to Vieyra, Mier, and enemigos de la Iglesia; order of the Comandancia General de México concerning property of Vieyra; Colonel Suárez in Teloloapan.
2820 Arzobispo de Cesarea. ALS. July 20, 1848.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Recommendation for Francisco Valenzuela.
2821 Camacho y García, Juan Nepomuceno. ALS. July 21, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for financial aid; Querétaro.
2822 Zamora, Vicente. Coatepec, ALS. July 22, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Concern for the welfare of his son Blas.
2823 Villa, Manuel de. Veracruz, LS. July 22, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
$2,000 paid Francisco de P. Arrangoiz by order of Administrador de la aduana marítima Manuel María Pérez; funds sent to England on the packet Great Western; rapid growth of trading enterprises at the Brazo de Santiago or Frontón de Santa Isabel; threat of increased contraband trade; New Orleans.
2824 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Orden a las aduanas marítimas de Veracruz, Tampico, Matamoros, Guaymas, y Mazatlán.] Mexico, Copy. July 22, 1848.
3 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Freedom of imports allowed under U.S. occupation; instruction for re-establishing controls; watch for contraband.
2825 Baranda, Manuel. Guanajuato, ALS. July 23, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of letter to Otero through Vicente Rodríguez.
2826 Muñoz Ledo, Octaviano. Guanajuato, ALS. July 23, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Defeat of rebel forces; amnesty recommended to end executions; Vicente Rodríguez; death of brother-in-law from stray bullet.
2827 Arista, Mariano. LS. July 24, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Employment recommended for Mateos; service with Secretaría de Hacienda, Departamento de Cu[a]utla; Dirección general de alcabalas; Aduana marítima de Matamoros; Administración Principal de alcabalas del Estado de San Luis; Piña y Cuevas; surrender of rentas to states in 1846.
2828 Álvarez, Juan. Guerrero, LS. July 24, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Uprising in Taxco; Iguala; Haro; troubles blamed on Paredes and Arizcorreta; threat of Indian uprising; Quijano; reduction of the Comandancia del Sur by transferring area beyond the Mescala to the Comandancia General de México.
2829 Villar, José del. San Ángel, ALS. July 25, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Services to the government; Comandancia del resguardo de Veracruz; Eleuterio Méndez(?); Calle de Cordovanes, 6.
2830 Soto, Juan. Jalapa, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed letterhead of Governor of Veracruz. July 25, 1848.
Request for employment of brother Manuel in the Aduana marítima de Veracruz or in Tampico; considerations of health; Antonio María Salonio; defeat of rebels at Guanajuato.
2831 Benavides, R. de. Guerrero, Signed copy. July 25, 1848.
1 l. 22 × 26 cm.
Efforts of Arizcorreta to discredit movement for the state of Guerrero; purchase of weapons; influence on military leaders.
2832 Flores Alatorre, Francisco. Aguascalientes, LS. July 26, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Request for continued separation of Aguascalientes from the Department of Zacatecas; growth of population and ability to exist independently; decline in community of interests with Zacatecas; Tomás L. Pimentel; Lic. Francisco X. Belaunzarán.
2833 Guzmán, Luis. San Luis Potosí, ALS. 2 l. 21 × 26 cm. Stamp of Secretaría del Supremo Gobierno de San Luis Potosí. July 26, 1848.
Service as deputy; congratulations on appointment.
2834 Colín, José E. de. [Carta a Dolores Guerrero de Riva Palacio.] Asunción, ALS. July 26, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Illness of Dolores Mascareñas; delivery of coal.
2835 Altamirano, Carlos. Otumba, ALS. July 26, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Defense of Mexico City; work with a pulquería and manufacture of cigars; support of Vicente Guerrero; Manuel Reyes Veramendi; General Ing. Martínez.
2836 Durán, Francisco. Oaxaca, LS. July 27, 1848.
2 l. 22 × 28 cm.
State's concern with roads, schools, and defense preparations; funds received to aid Chiapas; dissidents in Tabasco; defeat of Paredes; income from the Renta de Tabacos.
2837 ADMINISTRACIÓN PRINCIPAL DE CONTRIBUCIONES DIRECTAS DEL DISTRITO FEDERAL, ALS. Signed: Manuel Peña y Cuevas. July 27, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Rent on house at No. 3, Barrio de la Concepción(?), estate of Vicente Guerrero.
2838 Payno y Bustamante, Manuel. LS. July 28, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Study of the national debt; Aduana de Yucatán; Aduana de Tampico; replacement of the alcabala; estimate of income needed.
2839 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Orden al Director general de aduanas marítimas y fronterizas.] Mexico, Copy. July 28, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Freedom of imports provided under the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo; inventory required of imported goods in customs offices as result of trade carried on during the occupation; watch for illegal importation.
2840 Sánchez, Pablo. San Miguel de Allende, ALS. July 28, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Opposition to appointment of José Monedero to the Administración de Tabacos; order of August 1847 for government employees not to remain in occupied places; assistance in the Administración de Acámbaro; Calle de plateros; Botica de Victorica, operated by Don Justo; Juan J. Piña.
2841 Varela, Luis. ALS. July 28, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Payment of rent; Cuevas; Chalco.
2842 Anaya, P. M. ALS. July 29, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm., 2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Unfriendly attitude of the government and press. Includes draft of answer, dated July 30, denying any feeling of hostility.
2843 Payno y Bustamante, Manuel. LS. July 29, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for advance of pension to Eduardo Rodríguez to pay for wife's funeral.
2844 Fuente, J. de la. ALS. July 30, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Preparation of report on imports, by Drusina.
2845 Valdés, Ramón F. Ciudad Victoria, ALS. July 30, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for money to come to the capital to function as deputy.
2846 Muñoz Ledo, Octaviano. Guanajuato, ALS. July 31, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Request for employment of José Pagasa in the Aduanas marítimas.
2847 Payno y Bustamante, Manuel. LS. July 31, 1848.
5 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Preparation of report on national budget; interest on national debt; Contribuciones directas; Junta de Fomento; Fondo Judicial. Includes study entitled Contribuciones en reemplazo de las alcabalas, proposing a derecho de patente on business establishments; division of income with local governments; luxury tax; professional registration; upkeep of Cuerpo de Celadores; Barrera.
2848 Basadre, J. Ignacio de. ALS. July [31, 1848].
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for advance in pay; illness; illness of wife.
2849 Duque, Francisco. Guadalajara, LS. July 31, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Offices to be established by Comisario general José Vallarta.
2850 DISTRITO FEDERAL. Noticia del Ingreso de caudales procedentes del producto de Alcabalas Correos, Contribuciones Directas, y demás ramos que se espresan pertenecientes a los fondos generales que se han administrado por la Tesorería del Exmo Ayuntamiento como igualmente de su inversion en los objetos que por menor se refiere conforme a las ordenes del Sr. Gobernador del Distrito. Comprende la epoca corrida desde hta. Unsigned. 4. de Marzo 31. de Julio de 1848.
3 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Itemized list involving Sale of tobacco, Guardia de Policía, Hospital de Sangre de San Hipólito, Hospital de San Pablo, Jardín Botánico, Archivos públicos, payments to prisoners of war, La Acordada, Presidio de Santiago, account books, Hospital del Divino Salvador, Hospicio de Pobres, Compañía Lancasteriana, public instruction, Archivo del Congreso, Escribano Ramón de la Cueva, Interpreter Ballard, repair of bridges, Tribunal de Guerra y Marina, Francisco Ontiveros (Comisario de obras de la Nación), Félix, Galindo, Tranquilino de la Vega, Lasquetti, Lic. Anastacio Zerecero, Juan Aguilar, Francisco Aguilar, Tribunal de Cuentas, Batallón de Independencia, Artillería de Mina, Batallón de Bravo, Batallón de Hidalgo, Batallón de Victoria, Compañía de San Patricio, Guardia Nacional, General [José María] Jarero [y Ruiz?], Colonel Flores, Rinconada de San Diego, Laurent, Mixcoac, Frisard, Tacubaya, Kell, Ingeniero Moxo, Barroso, Mixto de Infantería, Canal de Texcoco, Alejandro Ruiz, Hospital de San Lázaro, and individual payments for food, salary, rugs, vehicles, pensions, and services.
2851 TESORERÍA GENERAL DE LA FEDERACIÓN. Noticia del ingreso y egreso que ha habido en esta ofa. desde lto hasta fin del presente. Unsigned. 10. de Junio úJuly 31, 1848.
3 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Itemized list, involving salaries of officials, gastos secretos, Fomento de periódicos, Palace lighting, printing, legations, loans, Guardia Nacional, Aduana marítima, Contaduría de propios, Desagüe de Huehuetoca, Montepío, Manning & MacKintosh, state operations in Querétaro, Jalisco, Durango, Veracruz, Oaxaca, Puebla, Yucatán, and San Luis Potosí; General Bustamante; Ejército del Norte; Compañía de San Patricio; A. Bellange; J.M. Lasquetty, occupation costs; Ramel(?) Laforgué; purchase of arms; José Antonio Suárez, generals, retired lieutenant colonels; Supremo Tribunal de la Guerra; Comisión de Estadística militar.
2852 Fragmento. Unsigned. No date.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
List of expenses: [Renta del] Tabaco; money sent to San Luis, Durango, Puebla, Guadalajara, Guanajuato; Vergara. Embossed design as in 2738.
2853 COMISARÍA GENERAL DEL DISTRITO Y ESTADO DE MÉXICO. Presupuesto de los haberes que vencen en el presente mes los interesados en los ramos siguientes. Mexico, Signed: Francisco S. Iglesias. August 1, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Itemized list, involving Montepío Civil, Jubilados, pensions, Escuela de Medicina, Colegio de San Ildefonso, Colegio de San Juan de Letrán, Hospicio de pobres, Manuela Zavaleta, Niños expósitos, Supremo Tribunal, Comandancia general, Plana Mayor del Ejército, Estado mayor.
2854 TESORERÍA GENERAL DE LA FEDERACIÓN. Relación de los pagos que se hacen por esta Tesorería general, y valor de los presupuestos. Mes de Julio. Mexico, Signed: A[ntonio] Batres and P[edro] F[ernández] del Castillo. Stamped heading. August 1, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Itemized list involving payments to officials, Archivo general, Contaduría de Propios, Relojero de palacio, Ignacio de la Barrera, Piquero, Ituarte; Corte marcial letrada, Colegiata de Guadalupe, Aduana marítima, ministries, and Poder Judicial.
2855 Varela, L. ALS. August 1, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Payment to Ignacio Montes de Oca; Nava; Núñez.
2856 Payno, Manuel. ALS. August 1, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request payment to Comandante de Batallón José Alfaro for son's funeral expenses.
2857 Álvarez, Juan. Iguala, LS. August 3, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for payment to Eugenio Vildosola (Vildo-Solá?).
2858 Villar, José del. San Ángel, ALS. August 3, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Acknowledgement of interview appointment.
2859 Payno y Bustamante, Manuel. LS. August 3, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 28 cm.
Delay in preparation of budget; Corte de Justicia; Tesorería general; Senado; Echeverría.
2860 Colín, José E. de. Asunción, LS. August 3, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Cultivation of beans; funds from El Moral; use of dam; illness of Dolores Mascareñas; Dr. Carlos; Villanueva; Cadena.
2861 Arroyo, J. Miguel. ALS. August 3, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for back pay for employees of Los Correos extraordinarios de la Renta.
2862 Arizcorreta, Mariano. Toluca, LS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed letterhead. August 3, 1848.
Request for employment for Manuel Jimeno, ex-Lieutenant in the Resguardo.
2863 Arana, C. M. [Carta a Juan Rondero.] Puerto de Mazatlán, LS. August 3, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Services of Lazo in uprising led by Antonio Palacios Miranda at Mazatlán; imprisonment of Lazo by Comandante General del Estado, Jefe de la División de Occidente Juan Pablo Anaya; efforts to secure his release; concern over his employment in the Customs; Sister Juanita; Wife Luisita; M. H. y Maldonado.
2864 Noriega, J. Texcoco, LS. August 4, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Work on Chalco canal; petition by citizens of Tlahuac; Juan Miguel García; interference of [Juan] Hierro; the Álvarez will; Rancho de Jico.
2865 Tornel, J. Manuel. Administración Principal de Rentas Estancadas del Estado de Veracruz, Orizaba, ALS. 1 l. 21 × 27 cm. Printed letterhead. August 4, 1848.
Plan for re-organizing the Renta del Tabaco; Siglo diez y nueve; Rubio.
2866 Terán, F[rancisco?] A[lonso]. ALS. August 4, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of letter from Mazatlán (No. 2863?).
2867 Iturbide, Salvador de. Guanajuato, ALS. August 4, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Request for replacement to allow travel to Mexico; Cousin Malo; concern for reimbursement for lands in Texas given his father.
2868 Payno y Bustamante, Manuel. LS. August 5, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 28 cm.
Preparation of budget; Corte de Justicia.
2869 Llata, José Benito de la. Tulancingo, ALS. August 5, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for continuance in office at the Administración de Tabacos; newspaper announcements of change in administration; Colín.
2870 Álvarez, Juan. Iguala, LS. August 5, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Restoration of order in Taxco; differences with Arizcorreta; reprisals in Sultepec.
2871 Villavicencio, Joaquín. ALS. August 5, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for position in the Aduana marítima in Matamoros, replacing Navor Días Zeledor; Llanes; pension due in Jalapa.
2872 López, Benvenuto. San Luis Potosí, ALS. August 5, 1848.
1 l. 19 × 25 cm.
Request for partial pay during settlement of employment readjustment; position as Comandante del resguardo de Alcabalas; Arista; Jiménez; Reigadas(?); [Juan José?] Elorriaga; news of son's death during Indian attack in Durango.
2873 Villar, José del. Toluca, ALS. August 6, 1848.
3 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arizcorreta's dissatisfaction with Riva Palacio's support of Álvarez attitude toward the uprising in Taxco; Sultepec; Zacualpan; El Monitor; Haro; soldiers in Temascaltepec and Zacualpan; efforts to control Arizcorreta; agreement not to oppose formation of State of Guerrero; trouble blamed on Prefecto de Taxco Gregorio Gómez and Prefecto Herrera Campos in Sultepec; Pérez Fernández. Includes unsigned statement of policy toward districts of Taxco and Sultepec: acceptance of government officers; surrender of arms taken from Olaguíbel.
2874 Payno y Bustamante, Manuel. LS. August 7, 1848.
1 l. 22 × 27 cm.
Correction of error in budget.
2875 González Urueña, Juan M. Morelia, ALS. August 7, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Request for increase in viático; rent of carriages; Deputy Zendejas; financial losses while serving as deputy.
2876 Riva [Palacio, Mariano.] [Carta a José Arcinas.] Asunción, ALS. August 7, 1848.
2 l. 15 × 21 cm.
Prices of corn and coal; delivery by canoe.
2877 MINISTERIO DE HACIENDA. Libranzas... procedentes de lo cobrado por el comisionado de los Estados Unidos de America desde el cange de los tratados hasta el Unsigned. 11 de Julio de 1848. August 7, 14, 12, 11, [1848].
7 l. 16 × 22 cm.
Notes on receipts; some undated. Reference to: Hargow (Hargrove?); Veracruz; Martínez del Campo; Tacubaya.
2878 COMISARÍA GENERAL DEL DISTRITO Y ESTADO DE MÉXICO. Presupuesto.... Mexico, Signed: Francisco S. Iglesias. August 8, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Itemized list, involving military expenses, Colegio militar, Artillería, Artillería fija de Jalisco, Compañía de obreros, Cuerpo médico militar, Inválidos, Infantería, Caballería, Ingenieros civiles, pensions, Compañía de San Patricio, Alumbrado de Chapultepec.
2879 Muñoz, Manuel. ALS. August 9, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Failure of government to supply states with tobacco for sale.
2880 Payno y Bustamante, Manuel. LS. August 9, 1848.
2 l. 22 × 27 cm.
Request for advance in pay for Eduardo Rodríguez to meet expenses of wife's funeral.
2881 _____. LS. August 9, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 28 cm.
Corrections in budget estimates; Renta del Tabaco; aduanas fronterizas.
2882 Hernández, Nazario. Mexico, ALS. August 9, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for promotion to Comandante de Batallón or position in the Ministerio de Hacienda; long service as captain.
2883 Bocanegra, J[osé] M[arí]a de. San Ángel, LS. August 9, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for employment for Francisco de Paula Lamego; convalescence.
2884 Echeverría, Manuel. Guanajuato, ALS. August 11, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Illness at Irapuato; request for intervention with Iturbide for funds to continue cure.
2885 Labastida, Pelagio A. de. Morelia, ALS. August 11, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Request for continuation of loans to the Renta del Tabaco; Vicente Sosa.
2886 Revilla, D[omingo]. T'ulancingo, ALS. August 12, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 28 cm.
Transmittal of letter asking for help for the widow Sra. Guisasola; Elguero.
2887 Díaz, A. Mexico, ALS. August 12, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Invitation for Riva Palacio to attend meeting of the Comisión de Hacienda of the Chamber of Deputies to discuss the Renta del Tabaco.
2888 Baranda, Manuel. Guanajuato, ALS. August 13, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recommendation for employment of Fernández de San Salvador in the Promotoría fiscal transmitted through Marcos Leparza (Esparza?).
2889 Villar, José del. Toluca, ALS. August 13, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Conference between Haro and Arizcorreta; arrest of Esteban León and Lorenzo Calderón of Zacualpan for slander of Arizcorreta before the Ayuntamiento and Guardia nacional; transfer of Rangel recommended; insecurity of mails; growth of puros' strength.
2890 Pérez, Manuel María. Veracruz, ALS. August 14, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Suggested reforms in the administration of customs; office staff needed; remissions to the Tesorería general.
2891 Otero, M[ariano]. LS. August 14, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for meeting before interview with Clifford; troops in Coahuila and Chihuahua.
2892 Muñoz Ledo, Octaviano. Guanajuato, ALS. August 14, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Efforts to evict renter from house purchased from the government; Cuevas; death of brother-in-law during recent fighting; damage to store.
2893 Arzobispo de Cesarea. ALS. August 15, 1848.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
L. Villamil referred to Riva Palacio; Haro [y Tamariz]; work of the Ecclesiastical committee of the Chamber of Deputies.
2894 González, Bernardo. Puebla, ALS. August 15, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Rumors of surrender of Renta de Tabacos to private business; concern for son's position.
2895 Villar, José del. Toluca, ALS. August 15, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Son of [Gregorio] Gómez recommended to be prefecto de Taxco; Herrera's disinclination to visit Sultepec; conference with Arizcorreta.
2896 Arista, Mariano. Mexico, LS. August 16, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recommendation for employment of José María Chávez in the Aduana de Tampico.
2897 Estrada, Juan. Cuernavaca, LS. August 16, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Services as military engineer; appointment by Santa Anna; work with roads in Acapulco area; services at Chapultepec; request for back pay.
2898 Palacios, Juan. Tlalpan, ALS. August 16, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Services as ayudante to General Lino Alcorta and in armistice commission; protection of the Monte Pío and the Oficina de Contribuciones; safeguard of documents for N. Bernal; liberal ideas inspired by Guerrero; unpopularity blamed on service in the Asamblea and liberal ideas; request for intervention with Otero and return to Mexico; Pepe del Río; Marianito Macedo.
2898A Riva Palacio, Mariano. Exposicion que el Ministro de Hacienda dirige al Congreso gral. sobre el estado de la hacienda pública de la Federacion, en fin de Mexico, LS. julio de 1848. August 16, 1848.
26 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Effect of decree of June 14; irregularities in salaries; increase in public debt; aduanas marítimas; copper export; indemnity for lost territory; payment under Treaty of Guadalupe by United States; contract of July 19, 1847; purchase of arms; debt of Ayuntamiento de México during North American occupation; help sent to State of Yucatán; money sent to Europe to pay legations and purchase arms; $25,000,000 owed in back pay; creditors invited to present claims in effort to establish amount of internal debt; law of October 25, 1821 issued by Junta Provisional Gubernativa; order of February 22, 1826; Comisarios generales to keep accounts of debts; contract for income of tobacco; Memoria of Rosa in 1845; contraband tobacco; proposal for Contribución directa; alcabalas; funds needed for public security and hospitals; effect of occupation of ports by North American troops; decrease in tax on glass panes; protection of national factories; import duty at Veracruz; papel sellado; establishment of military posts on frontier; plan for fiscal improvement. Corrections in hand of Riva Palacio. This MS was originally marked G 464 of the Genaro García MS Collection, and it appears as entry No. 1603 in Guide to the Latin American Manuscripts in the University of Texas Library, but it has been incorporated into this Archive.
2899 Varela, Luis. ALS. August 18, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for employment of Pedro Escudero with the Aduana marítima; emigration from Yucatán to Campeche by the Independence party; son's employment in the Ministerio de Relaciones.
2900 Zubieta, Pedro. Guadalajara, ALS. August 18, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Loss of wife; illness; appointment to Zacatecas as Magistrado; dietas due for service as deputy to the Congreso general; suspension of pay by the Ministerio de Hacienda; request for exception in his case.
2901 Payno y Bustamante, Manuel. LS. August 18, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of a list of employees of the government; loss of list for the Aduanas fronterizas de Comitán and Tonalá.
2902 R[odrígue]z [Puebla, Juan]. Mexico, ALS. August 22, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Resignation of Riva Palacio; Flores; Herrera; Robredo's account of the circumstances; arrangement with Cardoso to place Riva Palacio on leave, then report him ill.
2903 Torres, Cosme. Guadalajara, ALS. August 22, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Dismissal of José María Garay as escribiente on account of age; employment of José Serratos; permission of the Juez del Distrito; Jiménez; Mariano Otero.
2904 Carrera, L. Mexico, ALS. August 23, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Arrangements for pay for employees at Acuautla. Includes draft of answer, August 25 recommending use of alcabala; Pasalug[]; certificate; Chalco.
2905 Otero, M[ariano]. Mexico, ALS. August 24, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Regrets over Riva Palacio's resignation; inclination not to continue without him; complications caused by the contract for the Renta del Tabaco; lack of confidence in his successor; Valentín [Gómez Farías?]; difficulties with Congress foreseen; Herrera.
2906 Rangel, Joaquín. Toluca, ALS. August 24, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Regrets over resignation; difficulties in the Ministerio de Hacienda foreseen. Embossed design: 2 rectangles with BATH.
2907 Godoy, José María. Guanajuato, LS. August 25, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Arrival in Guanajuato delayed by the Paredes rebellion; Salgado; payment of debt, delivered by Béistegui; limited recommendation for Manuel Olloqui; ill weather; delay in the mail; Pedro María Anaya; leniency with rebels; plan to come to Mexico.
2908 Labastida, Pelagio A. de. Morelia, ALS. August 25, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Order for suspension of pay; arrangements with Sosa; request for special consideration.
2909 Alamán, Lucas. San Cosme, ALS. August 26, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Criticism of Riva Palacio's sudden resignation; rumor of personal interest in the contract for the Renta del Tabaco; offer of continued friendship.
2910 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Mexico, ALS. August 28, 1848.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Thanks for aid in favorable legislation passed by the Chamber of Deputies; Asunción.
2911 R[odrígue]z [Puebla, Juan]. Mexico, ALS. August 29, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Cumplido urged to finish printing the Memoria; Elguero's trip to Orizaba; criticism in the Máscara and El Monitor; rumor of personal interest in the Renta del Tabaco contract; Otero's involvement; public criticism of resignation; consideration of Rosa, Iturbe, and Antonio Icaza by Jiménez and L. Cuevas by the President; acceptance by Icaza; office refused by Malo.
2912 Elguero, Francisco P. Mexico, ALS. August 29, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Acceptance of post as Administrador de Tabacos in Orizaba; publication of the Memoria presented to Congress; Rodríguez Puebla. Includes added note signed J. L. Huici(?).
2913 Arzinas, J[osé]. Mexico, ALS. August 30, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Delivery of [char]coal; transmittal of letter through Pascacio; deliveries by canoe compared with wagon transport; Carvajal; Axalco. Includes another message, same signature, on delivery of coal; Juan Núñez. Embossed design with initials A.C.
2914 Villamil, José L. Mexico, LS. August 30, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Rental of house in Calle de Montealegre; tile for the patio.
2915 [Sin firma.] Aguascalientes, Unsigned. August 30, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Efforts of Zacatecas to incorporate Aguascalientes in its authority; Lieutenant Gelor; Luciano (Casiano?) Veina; General Manuel Arteaga; Jefe Político Atanasio Rodríguez; result of elections; opposition of Marcos Esparza and public opinion; Pro-Santa Anna feeling; need for troops. Writer identified as “uno del 6 de Dbre en S. Francisco.”
2916 Rizo, Encarnación. San Luis Potosí, ALS. August 30, 1848.
1 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Wounds suffered at Battle of Cerrogordo; Palo Alto; Resaca; Monterrey; Angostura; 40 Regimiento de Infantería de Linea; service as temporary captain; request for pension.
2917 Payno y Bustamante, Manuel. LS. August 31, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Completion of work on the budget.
2918 Valcárcel, Domingo A. Veracruz, ALS. August 31, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for promotion from office of Portero Contador de Moneda de la Tesorería Departamental to that of escribiente tercero; competition of Francisco Gómez; family responsibilities.
2919 MINISTERIO DE HACIENDA. Apéndice á la razón de Empleados y egresos ó sea presupuesto de gastos. Unsigned. Undated.
5 l. 23 × 32 cm.
Contains three parts:
a. N. 5. Colonias militares. folios 2-2v. Contains note on authority for military payments; list of offices, number of incumbents, and salaries; Inspectores, subinspectores; Acxsores(?); Tenientes ayudantes, alfereces, cirujanos, capellanes, mariscales, armeros, sub-intendentes, capitanes primeros, capitanes segundos, tenientes primeros, tenientes segundos, alféreces primeros, alféreces segundos, pagadores, sargentos, cabos, tambores, soldados, trompetas, agasajo de indios.
b. N. 6. Adiccion á los presupuestos de gastos. f. 3. Adds funds for the Colonia militar and Gobierno.
c. N. 9. Noticia del numero de Empleados y sus dotaciones en las oficinas que se espresan. f. 4-5v. Two copies. Itemized list for offices of Diputados, Senadores, Presidente ($36,000), Gobierno de Distrito, Contaduría de Propios, Desagüe de Huehuetoca, Archivo gral, Museo, Jardín Botánico, Escuela de Medicina, Consejo de Salubridad, Cuerpo de Ingenieros de Camino, Jefes políticos de los Territorios, Ministerio de Justicia, Palacio Nacional, Obispados de Sonora, Yucatán, Chiapas, y Californias; Misioneros, Legación de Roma, Ministerio de Hacienda, Sección de Cuenta y razón, Tesorería gral., Sección de Guerra y marina, Cuenta gral., el Archivo, Sección de Temporalidades, Sección de Créditos, Almacenes grales., Comisaría Gral. de México, comisarías foráneas, Ministerio de Guerra, Tribunal mercantil, Junta de fomento, Academia Nacional de San Carlos, Dirección general de Aduanas marítimas, Administración general de Arbitrios, Renta de Lotería, Administración general de Correos, Ramo del papel sellado, Ensaye, Casas de moneda de Guadalajara y San Luis Potosí, Renta de correos foráneos, Suprema Corte de Justicia, Juzgados de Primera instancia del Distrito, Juzgado de Hacienda de México, Juzgados foráneos, and employees.
2920 [MINISTERIO DE HACIENDA.] Razon del oro y plata amonedados en las casas de moneda de la Republica en el año de segun las razones remitidas al ministerio de hacienda, Dirección gral. de alcabalas, y por otro conducto particular. Mexico, 1845, 184[8].
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Itemized list. Casas: Chihuahua, Durango, Guadalajara, Guadalupe y calvo, Guanajuato, México, San Luis Potosí, Zacatecas. Total: $14,846,444.1.3.
2921 _____. Valor de la importacion de efectos estrangeros y del de la plata y oro en moneda, pasta y labrada y palo de tinte esportados en deducido todo por las cuotas de derechos cobrados en las Adas. maritimas y fronterisas. Mexico, 1845. 1848.
1 l. 31 × 43 cm.
Itemized list. Reference to: food; wood; jewels; records at Veracruz; Guaymas; comparison with 1844.
2922 _____. Estado analitico/ de la cuenta de valores del Ministerio de Hacienda/ respectiva al año de Mexico, 1845. 1848.
3 l. 31 × 43 cm.
Revenue sources: “Comercio esterior qe. recaudan las Ad[uan]as marítimas y fronterisas,” “Comercio interior qe. recaudan las Ad[uan]as respectivas de la Republica,” “propiedades, rentas y giros y otros ramos de ingreso,” also Rentas y ramos de giro, Ramos de reintegro y de balance, Recursos estraordinarios, and Ramos de depósito. Also: Aduanas marítimas de Veracruz and Santa Anna de Tamaulipas; amortization of debt to English subjects; loans; Tribunales mercantiles; Casa de Inválidos; Instrucción pública; Papel sellado; Lotería; Presidio in Departamento de Puebla; direct contributions; Minas del Fresnillo; comparison with 1844; armament purchased from Juan Manuel Lasqueti and F. de Lizardi y Cía.; Montgomery Nicod y Cía; Aduana marítima de Guaymas, Matamoros, Mazatlán, Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Veracruz; Administración de alcabalas, Departments of México, Puebla, San Luis Potosí, Zacatecas. Total: $11,594,328.1.0.
2923 Zurutuza, A[nselmo]. Las mejoras que el Público ha disfrutado en el interin despacho del Correo y cuya imitación seria de desear. ALS. No date.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Objections listed: Employees' competence; grillwork; hours of service; arrangement of notices of letters awaiting delivery; location of mailboxes; home delivery; bookkeeping system; qualifications of postmen.
2924 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] Unsigned. No date.
3 l. 22 × 32 cm.
Proposal for a law regulating the trial of charges against employees of the Renta del Tabaco by a Tribunal de Circuito; system of appeal; enforcement of decisions.
2925 _____. Unsigned. 1 l. 22 × 32 cm. Printed letterhead. No date.
Handling of funds from the U.S. through MacKintosh. Draft of a longer communication.
2926 A[ndrade?], J. M. ALS. with initials. No date.
1 l. 22 × 27 cm.
Discussion with Iturbe on the Renta de Tabacos; Escandón's proposal; income during Spanish period.
2927 [Riva Palacio, Mariano.] Objecciones á la contrata de compañia de la renta del tabaco y sus respuestas. not signed. Draft, 16 l. 16 × 21 cm. and copy, 4 l. 21 × 27 cm. No date,
Authority for signing private contract; $125,000 monthly due on English debt; inability of government to collect revenue during occupation period; reorganization of the Renta del Tabaco in states of Puebla, Veracruz, México, Nuevo León, Coahuila, Tamaulipas; payment to tobacco growers; advantages of a contractual authority; danger in foreign importation of tobacco; four months' delay in implementing the law; regular payments to the government; importation of paper; guarantees given by contracting company; danger of fraud; dignity of the government.
2928 _____. Not signed. No date.
2 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Legislative proposal for reorganizing the Renta del tabaco; twelve proposed articles governing the contract.
2929 _____. Not signed. No date.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Need for strict vigilance of border at Matamoros; widespread contraband trade along Río Bravo; population growth along river.
2930 _____. Ministerio de Hacienda, No. 3. Unsigned. No date.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Proposed legislation for placing national income on a contractual basis with one or more companies to provide an income of three million; preservation of laws, tariffs, and decrees; responsibility for employees; exclusion of foreigners.
2931 _____. Ministerio de Hacienda, No. 4. Unsigned. No date.
1 l. 21 × 31 cm.
Proposed legislation for reorganizing the Junta de crédito público for controlling national income; provisions of proposed contracts; public debt.
2932 _____. Proyecto de iniciativa. Ministerio de Hacienda, Unsigned. no date.
2 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Proposed legislation restricting border trade; establishment of customs check points inside the national territory; division of income with states.
2933 _____. Ministerio de Hacienda, No. 2. Unsigned. No date.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Proposed legislation reducing government expenses to eight million pesos per year.
2934 _____. Ministerio de Hacienda, No. 1. Unsigned. No date.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Proposed legislation limiting public debt; arancel de aduanas marítimas y fronterizas.
2935 _____. [Informe.] Unsigned. No date.
7 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Draft of fiscal policy. Reference to: Previous legislation; Miguel Arroyo; increase in number of government employees since Independence; salaries; improvement in mail service; mail service compared with pre-Independence times; Morelia; Guadalajara; Zacatecas; San Luis; improvements by the Conde del Venadito; mail extended to Durango; increase in printed matter; cost of coaches; Campeche; reoganization of the Contaduría; Norberto Molina, emigrado de Campeche; legal precedents; charge for house delivery of mail; publication of the discussion recommended.
2936 _____. [Borrador.] Unsigned. No date.
3 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Decree prepared for the President, with plan for consolidation of the public debt; appointment of a junta by the Ministro de Hacienda to study the efficiency of the present organization of government offices; establishment of commissions in the states and territories for the same purpose; assembly of list of claimants for pensions; claims against the government from pre-Independence days; bookkeeping system prescribed; legislation on payments; reports.
2937 _____. [Borrador.] Unsigned. No date.
2 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Decree prepared for the president for reorganization of the fiscal system; preparation of the budget; suspension of payments not included in the budget; bookkeeping system prescribed. Incomplete: items 6 and 7 missing.
2938 _____. Exposicion que el Ministro de Hacienda dirige al Congreso general sobre el estado de Hacienda federal en fin de Not signed. 8 l. 21 × 32 cm., 3 l. 13 × 21 cm., numbered 9-11. Julio de 1848. Undated.
Draft with corrections. Review of past fiscal policy; re-establishment of revenue system; foreign debt; aduanas marítimas; payments made under the Treaty of Guadalupe; itemized list of expenses; aid to the Ayuntamiento de México; purchase of arms; aid to Yucatán; support of foreign legations; accumulation of back pay of government employees; efforts of the Junta provisional gubernativa to consolidate government debts; legal background; difficulty of controlling contraband; effect of invasion on consumption of Tobacco; need for tax on tobacco; contribuciones directas; alcabalas; need for street improvement; need for separating the municipal treasury from the national fiscal arrangements; abolition of unnecessary offices.
2939 _____. [Borrador de Exposición sobre Aduanas marítimas.] Unsigned. Incomplete. Undated.
4 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Return of occupied ports of Veracruz, Tampico, Matamoros, Tuxpan, Mazatlán, and Guaymas, with dates; efforts to establish regulations; control of prohibited goods; duties on porcelain and glassware; protection of cotton factories; Junta de aranceles; amortization of foreign debt; difficulty of controlling navigable rivers; Renta del Tabaco; need for reducing expenses.
2940 _____. [Borrador de exposición sobre la supresión de las alcabalas.] unsigned. Copy with corrections in hand of Riva Palacio. Undated,
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Junta de fomento; establishment of internal revenue system; exemption of sales of pulque, meat, beer, and bread; Junta mercantil; contribuciones directas; Cuerpo de Celadores.
2941 AYUNTAMIENTO DE MÉXICO. [Atenciones municipales.] unsigned. 2 l. 21 × 32 cm. With corrections in hand of Riva Palacio. Undated,
Itemization of necessary expenses for prisons, hospitals, Presidio de Santiago, public instruction, arbitrios, Ramo de Harinas, Ramo de pulque fino, Ramo de Tlachique, Ganado vacuno, liquor, Canal exterior, Ramo de diversiones públicas, Ramo de Propios, Fondo municipal.
2942 DEPARTAMENTO DE MÉXICO, SUBPREFECTURA DE CHALCO. [Exposición.] unsigned. Incomplete. 2 l. 21 × 32 cm. Stamped heading. Undated,
Litigation over waters of the Sierra Nevada; Municipalidad de Ozumba; Municipalidad de Ameca; Riva Palacio; Hacienda de Asunción; Hacienda de Archicofradía; revision of land titles; rights given Ameca and Tenango by Virrey Velasco; Luis Maya; Tlalmanalco; realengas; Lorenzo de Tejada, Oidor de la Real Audiencia; introduction of wheat-growing in the Provincia de Chalco; Juan de Vera, first owner of Hacienda de Buenavista, later Archicofradía; Hacienda de Tamariz' rights to use of the water; efforts of viceroys to prevent flooding of Mexico; Lago de Chalco.
2943 MINISTERIO DE HACIENDA. Demostración de lo que se perdió en los dos prestamos estrangeros contratados en unsigned. 1823. Undated,
2 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Loan from Casa de Barclay; Sebastián Camacho; [Vicente] Rocafuerte's loan to Colombia; [Herring,] Richardson [& Co.]; sale of bonds.
2944 [Sin firma.] [Fragmento de carta.] unsigned. Undated,
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Moreno de Tejada's contract with President Paredes; Monetario del Conde del Peñasco; un cuerpo anatómico; la máquina eléctrica; payment by the Renta de Tabaco; condition of El Molino del Rey; Museo General; Colegio médico; Colegio militar; introduction to Riva Palacio by Francisco Herrera; establishment of paper factory.
2945 [Contrato.] unsigned. Undated,
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Five conditions: payment of $3,000,040 monthly to the government; payments made in Querétaro and Guanajuato; receipt of indemnity from the U.S. government. Apparently draft of contract with Arcinas (Drusina?); Escandón; Bringas & Cía.
2946 Ocampo, Melchor. Plan de la obra del Sor D. Melchor Ocampo para la enseñanza de la agricultura. Dirección general de la industria nacional, unsigned. 4 l. 21 × 32 cm. Printed letterhead: Papel de la Fábrica de Tapalpa, Departamento de Jalisco. undated,
General statement of subjects to be studied.
2947 [Forma de Contrato.] unsigned. Undated,
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Form for surrender of unspecified amount; pesos fuertes; Cuño mejicano; Tesorería General.
2948 ADUANA MARÍTIMA DE VERACRUZ. Fragment. unsigned. Undated,
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Sum surrendered by Dimond to Mexican customs authorities; Francisco Arrangoiz; Drusina.
2949 [Cuatro Fragmentos.] unsigned. Undated,
1 l. 13 × 21 cm., 1 l. 20 × 24 cm., 1 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
No continuity; no identification. Apparently scratch paper. References: Muñoz Ledo; Guanajuato; ayuntamiento; deposits with Davidson, MacKintosh, Garruste, Jamieson(?).
2950 Riva Palacio, Mariano. Papeles relativos á la Memoria de Hacienda presentada por D. Mariano Riva Palacio en unsigned. 1848. Undated,
14 l. 21 × 32 cm.
a. Documento No. 1. Cálculo de la deuda de la República. f. 2-6. Reference to: Meeting of bondholders in London, foreign debt; internal debt; Peages del camino de Perote a Veracruz; total debt: $143,843,561.87; avería; Consulado de Veracruz; Consulado de México; Memoria de Hacienda de decision of the Junta provisional gubernativa, internal debt existing before Independence; interest. June 24, 1846; 12 de noviembre de 1823; October 25, 1821;
b. Cálculo de la deuda de la República. f. 7-8. Another copy of the above, lacking last section.
c. Cálculo de la deuda de la República. f. 9-10. Another copy of the above, lacking last section.
d. Documento no. 2. Noticia del ingreso y egreso q ha habido en esta oficina desde ltimo hasta fin del presente. f. 11-12v. Reference to: Payment by the U.S.; individual salaries, Chamber and Senate and Government leaders; salaries of employees of government; Fomento de periódicos; care of the Palace; legations and consulates; Contaduría Mayor; aid to Yucatán; loan to Guanajuato; Guardia nacional; Distrito federal; Suprema Corte de justicia; Tesorería general; Sección de temporalidades; Dirección de las aduanas marítimas; Contaduría de propios; Archivo General; pensions; Desagüe de Huehuetoca; European mail; Tributos; Montepío; interest; Jardín botánico; Manning & MacKintosh; Dirección General del Tabaco; Comisaría de México; Aduana de México, Comisaría de Querétaro, Jalisco, Durango, Veracruz, Oaxaca, Yucatán, San Luis Potosí; military expenses; Bustamante; Ejército del Norte. 10. de junio ú
e. Docto. no. 3. Cálculo de los recursos con que cuenta el Supremo Gobierno. f. 13-14v. Reference to: Taxes; Reforma del arancel de silver export; gold export; export of dyewood; avería; alcabalas; fortification of Veracruz; Montepío civil; Tobacco; playing cards; mail; lottery; customs; Ramo de papel sellado; copper money; customs at Veracruz, Matamoros, San Blas, Mazatlán, Santa Anna de Tamaulipas, Guaymas, Acapulco, and Tabasco. 1843;
2951 Arellano, Lorenzo. Guanajuato, ALS. 1 l. 20 × 25 cm. Printed letterhead. September 1, 1848.
Regret over Riva Palacio's resignation; refusal of state congress to accept his resignation as governor.
2952 Ruiz, José Antonio. Mexico, ALS. September 1, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for certificate of exemption from taxes; Asunción; Jurisdicción de Chalco.
2953 Villavicencio, Joaquín. Jalapa, ALS. September 2, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for position in the resguardo marítimo; aid of Deputy Yáñez.
2954 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Carta a Arsinas.] Asunción, ALS. September 3, 1848.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Haro; Dueñas; Calle de Santa Clara; Villamis (Villamil?).
2955 Martínez, Gabino. Chalco, LS. September 4, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Illness; Cueva; Señora Nava; will of Montes de Oca; Pe. Martel; Juan Acosta; financial affairs.
2956 Arsinas, J. Mexico, ALS. September 5, 1848.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Cost of cleaning pictures compared with price of new ones.
2957 Andrade, José María. Mexico, ALS. September 6, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Newspaper accounts of the resignation; El Monitor; publication of the Memoria.
2957A Arizcorreta, Mariano. Decreto. Toluca, Printed broadside. September 9, 1848.
32 × 42 cm.
Promulgation of decree of the Congreso del Estado de México, providing for issue of bonds in payment for certain debts of the state; regulations on use of the bonds. Authenticated by Eulogio Barrera, Diputado presidente, and Simón Guzmán and Joaquín Jiménez, diputados secretarios, and by Manuel de Olmedo, Secretario de Hacienda.
2958 Arsinas, J. Mexico, ALS. September 9, 1848.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Storage and sale of corn; need for coal.
2959 Bros, Camilo. [Carta a su madre Manuela Fuertes de Bros.] Mineral del Tecomate, ALS. September 10, 1848.
2 l. 19 × 25 cm.
Refusal to occupy seat in Congress; support of Santa Anna; search for mercury mine; Mina de Santa María; rate of production.
2960 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Mexico, ALS. September 12, 1848.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Support of clerical request by Senate and Chamber; message to Rome; Piña; L. Verdugo.
2961 Haro y Tamariz, A. de. Mexico, LS. September 12, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Visit with Rodríguez Puebla and Otero; preparation of house for rent; appointment of Manuel Piña y Cuevas as Ministro de Hacienda; criticism of his resignation.
2962 Banegas, Manuel. ALS. September 14, 1848.
1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Request for legal services as Juez arbitrio in handling his father's will.
2963 Martínez, Gabino. Chalco, LS. September 16, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for legal services as arbiter; Manuel; Antonio; Banegas.
2964 Colín, José E. de. Asunción, ALS. September 19, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Payment promised by Velázquez; Cadena; receipt of money from José Arcinas; Cayetano; Pepe Colín; coal; Señora Ampudia; Chalco; Julián; chimney repairs; carpenter work needed.
2965 Arriaga, Juan Francisco de. Amecameca, ALS. September 26, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Suggestion for revenue measure to replace the alcabala; Memorias of Mangino and Esteva; Gorostiza; Bocanegra; number of inhabitants lost by cession of territory to the U.S.
2966 Catalán, Prudencio. [Carta a Dolores Guerrero de Riva Palacio.] Guerrero, ALS. October 11, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Communication with Juan Álvarez; Acapulco; Encarnación; delivery of cattle; Manuel Parra; Mariano Parra; Garibay.
2967 Leila, Ventura. ALS. October 13, 1848.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Difficulties with Colín and the carpenter; Julián; beating by Colín.
2967A Arizcorreta, Mariano. Decreto. Toluca, Rubric of Arizcorreta and Olmedo. October 16, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Printed broadside promulgating decree of the Congreso del Estado de México of October 16, 1848, authenticated by Teodoro Riveroll, diputado presidente, José del Villar y Bocanegra and Simón Guzmán, diputados secretarios, providing for separation of part of its territory for the formation of the State of Guerrero, releasing districts of Taxco, Chilapa and Acapulco; division of debts; survey of new boundaries by Tomás Ramón del Moral. Authenticated by Manuel de Olmedo.
2968 Álvarez, Juan. Iguala, LS. October 17, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Establishment of commission by the State of Mexico to study separation of Guerrero State; requirement for agreement of Michoacán and Puebla; aid of Riva Palacio in Toluca requested; uprising in Tlapa settled; Villarreal blamed; complaint to Otero; Riva Palacio called amigo de los pueblos.
2969 Iriarte de Cobos, María Guadalupe. [Recibo.] Mexico, LS. October 19, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Receipt of $166 from nephew José María Garrido Vicuña; Ana María de Alba; peaje del camino de Perote a Veracruz. Includes further receipts by Joaquina de los Cobos de Heaven and Juana maría Guadalupe de Iriarte; Juan Vicuña.
2970 Rioseco (Rivera?), Manuel. [Recibo.] Mexico, LS. 1 l. 21 × 32 cm. Embossed seal. October 19, 1848.
Receipt for $111 in name of Josefa de Alba y Negrete and Refugio de Alba, children of Juan Felipe de Alba; residence in Guadalajara; José María Garrido Vicuña; Ana María de Alva; peaje del camino de Perote a Veracruz; Juan Vicuña.
2971 Germán, Juan Antonio. LS. October 23, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 25 cm.
Request for legal services in collecting debt from Juan María Casaflores for the capellanía and from Ignacio Madrid in the name of [] García.
2972 Antonia. [Carta a Dolores Guerrero de Riva Palacio.] ALS. October 23, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Gift of chilaquiles; affection for Rebollar; Riva; Javierita; Vicentito; Carlitos; Pepito; Manuelito; Tonino; Ponpocita; Dominga.
2973 Riva Palacio y Guerrero, Carlos. ALS. October 28, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Note on study with hope of winning prize; Blas; Julián.
2974 Vivanco, A. Compañía, ALS. October 30, 1848.
1 l. 17 × 21 cm.
Letter to José H. Elguero; rent on Hacienda de Atoyac; Velázquez.
2975 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Moral, ALS. October 31, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Examination of Hacienda de Atoyaque; Vivanco; Garrido; illness of Manuelita's son with tumor.
2976 Flores [y Terán], Juan María. [Publicación de decreto concediendo beca a José Gabriel Rodríguez, hijo de Juan Rodríguez Puebla.] Mexico, Copy. November 2, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Publication of decree of the Congreso General, signed José María de Lacunza, Presidente de la Cámara de Diputados, Pedro García Conde, Presidente del Senado, Manuel Muñoz, diputado secretario, Manuel Robredo, senador secretario, and promulgated by José Joaquín de Herrera to Mariano Otero; by Otero to Flores, Gobernador del Distrito Federal; Secretary Lic. José María Zaldívar; scholarship to the Colegio de San Gregorio.
2977 Domínguez, Mariano. [Acuerdo del Ayuntamiento de México.] Mexico, Copy. November 4, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Dicision for the Ayuntamiento to adopt José Gabriel Rodríguez in case of incapacitation of his father Rector Juan Rodríguez Puebla.
2978 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Carta a Pepe.] Mexico, ALS. November 9, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Instructions given Granadas; sale of corn, wheat, and coal; Don Tirso; Velázquez; Rodríguez Puebla. Draft of a letter to be written.
2979 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Moral, ALS. November 14, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of account of Hilario Rivero, to be collected; efforts of Juan de Dios Núñez to collect debt; illness of Juanito Higuera.
2980 Díaz y García, Isidro. Tepic, ALS. November 18, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Regrets over the death of Rodríguez; arrangement for tutoring by Vallejo.
2981 Cumplido, Ignacio. LS. November 18, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Pay for printing death notices for Rodríguez; Antonio Icaza; Colegio [de San Gregorio]; Senate.
2982 Colín, José E. de. Asunción, LS. November 18, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Loan from Moral; bean harvest; sale of corn in Chalco, San Bartolo, and to Rubio; care of the wheat; painting of the floors and walls; Luis; Cadena; Julián.
2983 Haro y Tamariz, A. de. LS. November 20, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 26 cm., 1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Introduction to brother Joaquín. Includes draft of answer.
2984 MINISTERIO DE HACIENDA. Mexico, Signed: Piña y Cuevas. November 21, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Transmittal of proposed transfer to Lionel Davidson of funds left in the Aduana marítima de Tampico at the end of the occupation; advice requested; interest claimed; fee claimed by José Best; Jorge Best of Lameyer & Co.; has discussion and recommendation by Riva Palacio, November 28, 1848.
2985 Haro y Tamariz, A[ntonio]. LS. November 23, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Recommendation requested for Cura José Silvestre Hernández to the curato de Tetecala, Mazatepec, Tlalquiltenango, or Xochitepec, in the State of México; letters for Irisarri.
2986 Arzobispo de Cesarea. ALS. November 24, 1848.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Appointment of J. S. Hernández; Rodríguez Puebla.
2987 Vivanco, A[ntonio]. Compañía, ALS. November 26, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Blessing of the chapel; Don Ángel. Has notes on back, referring to P. Germán; Javier Echeverría; Otero; Pedraza; Viuda de Obregón Soto(?); Villar; Zamo[] Icaza; Antonio Lunes (Lares?); Serafín(?) Elguero; manuscript of Garrido; Junta de peaje.
2988 Haro y Tamariz, Joaquín de. Puebla, LS. November 28, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Transmittal of gift.
2989 Canchola, José María. Querétaro, LS. November 30, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for aid in obtaining facilities for travel to the capital; illness; herpes; residence in San Juan del Río; Barberi; Huissi; Junta de Fomento; Minería.
2990 Torres, Vicente G. [Recibo.] Mexico, LS. December 1, 1848.
1 l. 12 × 17 cm.
Receipt for subscription to El Monitor Republicano, paid by Riva Palacio.
2991 Fernández del Castillo, P[edro]. Mexico, LS. December 1, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Powers request by Tesorero Antonio Batres in handling deposit with Manning & MacKintosh; request for decision on proper procedure; Querétaro.
2992 Germán, Juan. Zacoalpan Amilpas, LS. December 1, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 25 cm.
Request for collection of debt owed by Madrid and Flores; transmittal of fee. Includes note by Riva Palacio.
2993 Castañares, José Joaquín. ALS. December 5, 1848.
2 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Death of one member of the family; illness of Pepe; trip to Veracruz for baths recommended by [Dr.?] Robredo; symptoms; request for financial aid for trip; Lic. Mier; Vieyra; will of Tomás Santiváñez; Agustín; travel costs; Calle de la Acequia; [Dr.?] Gutiérrez.
2994 Sánchez, Atilano. LS. December 8, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for influence with Manuel Escandón and MacKintosh to favor his election to the vacancy in the Minería board; possible resignation of Bassoco; Junta electoral; Fondo dotal; candidacy of Ramón Pacheco; Tornel; Segura.
2995 Barajas, Ceferino. Mexico, ALS. December 12, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Moving of orange and pine trees; Arzinas; Antonio Icaza; Nicolás; Rodríguez Puebla's purchases in Europe; Maneyro; Padre Sollano; moving of books; Echeverría; Guadalajara; Velarde; Durango; Beldy; González; return of Riva Palacio to Asunción.
2996 Méndez, Antonio. Written by José Dolores Méndez. December 14, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm., 1 l. 16 × 21 cm.
Request for payment for coffee purchased; Pedro Valdés. Includes draft of answer, December 17, referring claim to Pascasio Echeverría for payment.
2997 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Carta a Arcinas.] Hacienda de la Asunción, LS. December 16, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Payment to Antonio Méndez, Cristalería de la Calle de la Monterilla; Granada; San Martín; removal of family to Asunción; care of house in the capital; letter for Ceferino Barajas, Calle del Hospicio de San Nicolás; Sra. Lozalla, widow of Rodríguez Puebla; Dolores.
2998 Hierro, Juan. Mexico, ALS. December 18, 1848.
1 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Need for work on the canal; order of the Prefecto de Texcoco.
2999 Villar, José del. Toluca, ALS. December 19, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Election of Riva Palacio and Gamboa as propietarios and Ibarra and Villar as suplentes by the state legislation, for the Senate.
3000 Muñoz, Manuel and Víctor Covarrubias. Secretaría de las reuniones para las Juntas preparatorias, Mexico, LS. December 20, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Invitation to attend meeting of the Chamber of Deputies on the 26th; legal penalty for missing. Includes draft of answer, declining.
3001 Corada, María Andrea. [Carta a Dolores Guerrero.] Guerrero, ALS. December 23, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Request for intervention of Riva Palacio with the Montepío for pension as widow of Colonel Francisco Hernández.
3002 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Borrador de carta al Arzobispo Juan Manuel Irisarri.] Hacienda de la Asunción, December 25, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Request for support for candidacy of Atilano Sánchez as Propietario de los acreedores de Minería; resignation of Bassoco; Canónigos Poza and de la Fuente; Tercer orden de San Francisco; Convento de Corpus; Ramón Pacheco. Includes also draft of letter to Sánchez, same subject.
3003 Bassoco, José María de. Mexico, December 28, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Election to the Junta de fomento y administrativa de minería; candidates Marcos Esparza, Francisco Lelo de Larrea, Lucas Alamán; influence on public instruction; Guanajuato represented by Godoy; support of Alamán.
3004 Muñoz, Manuel. Mexico, ALS. December 28, 1848.
1 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Election of Riva Palacio to the Senate; meeting of the Congress.
3005 Velázquez, J. Francisco. Guadalupe, ALS. December 29, 1848.
2 l. 21 × 27 cm.
Candidacy of Cura Epigmenio Salamanca to the curato de San Gregorio dropped; letter to Irisarri; Tetela del Volcán; request for intervention with Irisarri.
3006 Arzobispo de Cesarea. Mexico, ALS. December 30, 1848.
2 l. 13 × 21 cm.
Candidacy of Atilano Sánchez referred to José Madrigal; Bassoco.
3007 Villar, José del. Toluca, ALS. December 31, 1848.
2 l. 20 × 25 cm.
Papers left with Cumplido; letter for Soto left with León; Coyoacán; Arizcorreta; activity of los puros; elections in Texcoco.
3008 Villegas, Guadalupe. ALS. [1848?]
1 l. 21 × 26 cm.
Appointment as Comandante de Seguridad pública in Sochitepec, District of Cuernavaca; request for aid in punishing a thief. Part of sheet missing.
3009 Riva Palacio, Mariano. [Borrador de contrata.] Undated.
1 l. 21 × 32 cm.
Proposal for establishment of a Junta for public administration of funds; discription of work; concern for indemnity paid by the U.S.; decree of November 17, 1848.

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