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The Benson Latin American Collection

Sánchez Navarro Collection,

Part I: 1658-1804



Collection Summary

Creator:Sánchez Navarro Family
Title:Sánchez Navarro Collection of Documents for a History of Texas and Coahuila
Dates:1658-1895 (bulk 1740-1866)
Abstract:Correspondence, legal and financial documents, reports, lists, and other materials relating to the business and personal concerns of the Sánchez Navarro family, especially ownership and operation of haciendas and a retail store in the Mexican state of Coahuila, during the 17th through the 19th centuries. This page presents Part One of four in the online calendar guide.
OCLC Record No.30605850
Extent:6 linear feet
RepositoryBenson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

The Sánchez Navarro family owned the largest private estate in the history of Mexico. Circa 1763, José Miguel Sánchez Navarro, the curate of Monclova, Coahuila, began to accumulate property in Coahuila. Until his death in 1821 he attended to church matters and to his private interests in farming, ranching, commerce, and rental properties. The estate was inherited by his nephew, José Melchor Sánchez Navarro, who continued to enlarge it. His sons, Carlos and Jacobo Sánchez Navarro y Beráin, inherited the estate when José Melchor died in 1836. In 1840 Carlos purchased the marquisate of San Miguel de Aguayo, increasing the Sánchez Navarro landholdings to their maximum size of over 16 million acres. Between 1861 and 1865, most of the property was confiscated, first as payment for back taxes, then as punishment for Carlos and Jacobo's collaboration with Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico. After Maximilian was overthrown in 1867, Carlos was imprisoned for one year, then exiled. In 1870 he returned to Mexico City where he lived in poverty until he died in 1876. Carlos' heirs recovered some of the family property but subsequently sold it.


Scope and Contents Note

Correspondence, legal and financial documents, reports, lists, and other materials relating to the business and personal concerns of the Sánchez Navarro family, especially ownership and operation of haciendas and a retail store in the Mexican state of Coahuila, during the 17th through the 19th centuries. The bulk of the correspondence relates to matters of hacienda operation and concerns livestock and crops, Indian raids, labor problems, illnesses and deaths, weather and natural disasters, debts, water resources, boundary disputes, building projects, and military, legal, and political problems. Religious matters are the subject of some of the letters and notes to José Miguel Sánchez Navarro.

The papers also contain a small quantity of uncalendared material, which includes financial documents, correspondence, literary productions, legal documents, lists, recipes, fragments, photocopies of typescripts and documents held by Pedro Sánchez Navarro.


 

Arrangement

The Sánchez Navarro Collection calendar guide describes the collection chronologically to the item level. Materials should be requested by the item number located at the beginning of each entry.
The calendar has been divided into four parts for its online version, of which the current page is Part I. The other parts of the Guide to the Sánchez Navarro Collection may be found through the links below:

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Unrestricted.

Restrictions on Use

Photocopying of some materials may be limited due to preservation concerns. Standard copyright restrictions apply.


Index Terms

The Sánchez Navarro Collection is classified under the following Subject Headings in the University of Texas General Libraries' catalog:
Sánchez Navarro family--Archives.
Sánchez Navarro, José Miguel, 1730-1821.
Sánchez Navarro, José Melchor, 1782-1836.
Sánchez Navarro y Beráin, Carlos, 1816-1876.
Sánchez Navarro y Beráin, Jacobo.
Coahuila (Mexico : State)--History--Sources.
Coahuila (Mexico : State)--Church history--Sources.
Coahuila (Mexico : State)--Economic conditions--Sources.
Coahuila (Mexico : State)--Social conditions--Sources.
Haciendas--Mexico--Coahuila (State)--History--Sources.
Indians of Mexico--Coahuila (State)--History--Sources.
Indians of North America--History--Sources.
Land tenure--Mexico--History--Sources.

Administrative Information

Provenance Note

The Sánchez Navarro Family Papers were purchased by the Benson Latin American Collection in 1943 from the heirs of Carlos Sánchez Navarro y Beráin. The papers were described by the Benson's Mexican Archives Project in May 1994.

Preferred Citation

Sánchez Navarro Family Papers, Benson Latin American Collection, General Libraries, University of Texas at Austin


Calendar

 

1658-1699

box
13517.
Valle de Sta. Rosa Maria del Sacramento. Petition of Juan Gor-Giano de Castro concerning money owed to him by Don Torivio Guevara, Commander. Documents signed by Manuel de Cos, Torivio de Teran, et al. 1658:
6 pp. D.S.
1826.
Document in which curate Geronimo Roques of the parish of Sta. Maria in Villa de Olmedillo, Bishopric of Osma in Old Castile, certifies, on January 3, 1717, to the baptism of a legitimate son of Matias Miguel and Manuela Rodirgo, to whom was given the name of Matias. Data is given as to the exact location of the record of the baptism in the Books of Baptism, together with a description of the particular book. Certified by Roque de Cavia, and by Domingo de Aguilar. 1660-1721:
3 pp. A.D.S.
3068.
A petition by Bicente Guerra. 1670, July 30:
2 pp. D.S.
2921.
San Francisco de Coahuila. Captain Fernando Ramos de Arriola registers a mine and asks for a grant of land, which is granted. On February 13, 1687, Captain Ramos transfers this property to Alferez Antonio Guerra. On August 16, 1689, General Alonzo de Leon grants a tract of land to Alferez Antonio Guerra. This title was confirmed on October 13, 1792. There are other grants of land and transfers also recorded in this expediente. 1684, September 7, to 1773, October 18:
92 pp. D.S.
2929.
Veracruz and Mexico City. These are copies of records pertaining to the sale at auction of certain property, including six houses and other lands in Nueva Vizcaya, belonging to the estate of Don Manuel de San Juan, deceased, who owed 122,773 pesos to the royal treasury since the year of 1709. The collection was begun in the year of 1756. A complete history of the case is given in these papers. 1689, February 22, to 1829, December 21:
481 pp. Copies.
3609.
Memorandum of papers concerning the creeks which spring from the arroyo del Tapado belonging to Jose Melchor Sanchez Navarro. 1691 (?):
2 pp.
2915.
Monclova. Andres Ramon obtains a grant of six caballerias of land, with water rights, on the north side of Nadadores river. In 1746, Ramon's heirs transferred this land to their sister, Antonia Ramon. In 1766, Antonia Ramon sold it to D. Francisco Abrego. In 1737, a grant was made to D. Francisco Flores Flores over almost the same tract. In 1770, the grant was confirmed to D. Francisco Flores. 1691, July 30, to 1770, April 6:
18 pp. D.S.
2907.
Mexico City. Santiago de la Monclova, Agustin Ponce, Don Gregorio Sanchez Navarro, and others. Grant of land to Agustin Ponce; transfer of said land to Felix Sanchez, and additional grants, giving a detailed account or abstract of the of the acquisition and disposal of these grants. 1694, September 15, to 1768, December 10:
39 pp. D.S.
2912.
Monclova. Juan Fernandez Canseco obtains a grant of land at Las Juntas, known as Doma del "Chivato". Possession of this grant was given to him without surveying it. In 1700, the viceroy ordered possession of this tract to be given to Jose Sanchez in view of Canseco's deed of sale to him. In 1760, the lands were surveyed. 1697, January 18, to 1767, December 10:
35 pp. D.S.
Note: the next following 23 entries, to wit, Nos. 465-487, are found bound together in one volume bearing No. 465 on the outiside. Such entries cover the period from 1679, January 21, to 1835, February 16:
465.
Saltillo. Sanchez Navarro. Description of the Haciendas, San Antonio del Potrero and La Cieneguilla, including ground title, pastures and irrigation, and containing a geographical map of Cieneguilla.
3 pp. D.
466.
Villa de Santiago de la Monclova. Joseph Flores charges Joseph Maldonado with owing 90 pesos to the Cofradia, which sum will be lowered to 85 pesos if he will pay it then. Warning is given that if he does not pay it, then his belongins will be attached and sold for the satisfaction thereof, as the vicary is given power to enforce the payment.
8 pp. A.D.S.
467.
Joseph Flores orders the goods of Joseph Maldonado to be sold at auction to satisfy debt owing to the cofradia. Three auction sales are had. On July 27, 1718, the goods are sold at Guadalajara to Capt Antonio Flores y Valdez who delivered them to the cofradia in satisfaction of the debt. This was the Cofradia del Santisimo Sacramento de la Iglesia Parroqui de la Villa de Santiago de la Monclova.
8 pp. D.S.
468.
Santiago de la Monclova. El Br. Dn. Joseph Flores, asks for information, boundaries, measurements, and ratification of the title to his land.
1 p. ADS.
469.
Santiago de la Monclova. A summons to the Ayuntamiento. Signed, Bosque by Don Jose and El Potrero, and the Indians by Juachim de Irrutia.
2 pp. A.D.S.
470.
La Cieneguilla. Joachin de Irrutia names surveyors for the lands of la Cieneguilla. Survey is made. reference is made to the scarcity of water.
6 pp. A.D.S.
471.
Pedro Valdes and others testify as to land bought by Capt. Antonio Flores, deceased. Orders approving survey of la Cieneguilla.
7 pp. A.D.S.
472.
Jose Maldonado requests land and water rights for the farming of corn and wheat. Juan del Bosque opposes taking water from La Cieneguilla. Deed of conveyance. Maldonado complains that Juan del Bosque is persecuting him and asks for justice. Government orders land of Juan del Bosque to be surveyed, and six surveyors are named therefor.
6 pp. D.
473.
Order naming surveyors. Bosque objects to one of the surveyors, and names another. Survey of El Potrero. Governor orders completion of survey. Possession attested. Contains citation to land grant in 1675.
10 pp. D.S.
474.
Disagreement as to the boundaries of El Potrero. Proof of the contention.
8 pp. D.S.
475.
Don Andres de las Iglesias asks for a just partition of the lands and water of El Potrero. Order of commission for the partition. Summons.
10 pp. D.
476.
Order of court. Da. Anna Flores Valdez receives permission to survey her lands. Court summons witnesses. Survey of El Potrero. Limits of the lands of D. Francisco Flores de Abrego and those of Da. Ana Flores de Valdez, and Andres de Iglesias, Anton de Menchaca, and of Bernardo Camacho. Distribution of water to these persons.
22 pp. D.
477.
Da. Joaquina Cortina, widow of Andres de Iglesias, sells 2 days' water rights in a pasture of El Potrero to Don Jose Miguel Sanchez Nabarro for 150 pesos in reales. Signed by Francisco Xavier de Arispe and Jose Miguel Ximenez. Paper and seal receipted at Monclova, June 15, 1789, by E. Barrera.
6 pp. D.S.
478.
Don Francisco Xavier de Arispe, Asst. Justice of Villa de Santiago de la Monclova, certifies to payment of 150 pesos for water rights by Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Nabarro to Da. Joaquina Cortina, widow of Dn. Andres de Iglesias.
2 pp. D.S.
479.
The heirs of Dn. Francisco de Iglesias sell water rights in El Potrero to curate D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro.
6 pp. D.S.
480.
Dn. Calletano de Iglesias sells water rights to the curate Sanchez Navarro. The sale includes lands also.
5 pp. D.S.
481.
Da. Gertudis Iglesias sell water rights in El Ptrero to Don Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro.
5 pp. D.S.
482.
The curate Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro had had for sometime the use of the vinegar which he later bought from the Marquez de Castanizar. Sworn statement as to the condition of lands due to their being unfenced.
10 pp. D.S.
483.
Marques de Castanizar sells lands and water rights in El Potrero to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro.
14 pp. D.S.
484.
Heirs of Pablo de Iglesias sell lands and water rights to the curate Sanchez Navarro.
7 pp. A.D.S.
485.
Notation to the effect that Dn. Gregorio Sanchez Navarro obtained from Dn. Francisco Flores de Abrego water rights and pasture. This information is also contained in the will, and in the inventory and division of the property, of D. Francisco Flores de Abrego.
1 p. D.
486.
La Cieneguilla. Don Jose Ma. Barrera sells certain pasture and water rights to D. Melchor Sanchez Navarro.
4 pp. A.D.S.
487.
Monclova. Inventory of D. Francisco Flores, signed by Antonio Toledo Iguillas. Sale authorzed by attorney of Dn. Francisco Flores, Jr., to curate Sanchez Navarro.
2 pp. D.S.



 

1700-1750

box
12892.
Mexico City (?). Dn. Francisco Antonio Echavarria. Petition for certain lands filed by Juan Athanacio Cervantes on behalf of Don Joseph Francisco Valdivielso, Count of San Pedor del Alamo, and heirs. Grant of land issued by Echavarria. 17 (?):
7 pp. D.S.
2660.
Petitions for grants of land in Santa Rosa. 1713, May 25, to 1778, August 9:
34 pp. D.S.
463.
Santiago de la Monclova. Dn. Blas de la Garza y Falcon describes certain land of Jose Flores and their transfer, including deeds of conveyance. Discussin of title which is not clear. Copy. 1714, September 8:
52 pp. D.S.
2650.
Papers concerning a litigation resulting from the request of Br. Dn. Jph. Flores de Abrego for a royal patrimony of the site of a silver mine, abandoned for thirty years, as a site for a flour mill. 1715, October 5, to 1774, August 2:
35 pp. D.S.
2578.
Santiago del Saltillo. Buena Bentura de Aguirre sells certain lands, but is unable to deliver title thereof, to Don Jose Flores. 1715, October 5:
32 pp. D.S.
2922.
Marques de Aguayo's representatives at Monclova petition for a grant of land. Before granting the land, thirty notices, one each day, are published asking anyone having a better claim to the land to come forth and present it. The grant included 24 sitios of land at the places known as La Joya, San Bernave, Salada, and Ojo Caliente in Coahila. These are copies of titles to the land. 1716, November 19, to 1818, July 29:
100 pp. D.S.
2678.
Original document of a royal grant of 28 cattle farms in 4 marshes made in favor of the Srs. Marqs. de San Miguel de Aguayo, and of other farms in the vicinity of Moclova. Mention of depredations of Indians, establishment of missions in Texas, and difficulties with the French of Louisiana. Among witnesses is Diego Luis Sanchez Navarro, at that time 50 years old. 1716, December 6:
163 pp. D.S.
2573.
Santiago de la Monclova. Capt Monso de Cardenas Pinilla sells to Capt. Alonso Barrera certain water rights and lands. Paper declared legal by Capt. Pedro Gil, Mayor. 1717, May 20:
5 pp. D.S.
2990.
Coahuila. Antonio de Olivares to Miguel Sanchez. Concerning Candles for the Altar. 1718, February 28:
2 pp. A. L. S.
2607.
Manuel Castellano, at Hermanas, to Sor. D. Jose Melchor Sanchez Navarro, at Monclova. Writes that Nicolas Elisondo has made two mistakes in the counting of goats and kids sent. The boy in charge of the wheat has run away. He may be at Tapado. 1719, May 7:
2 pp. A.L.S.
3502.
Printed: Die XII, Octobris In Officio Commemorationis B. Mariae de Columns Duplex. 1720, December 20:
4 pp.
2913.
Captain Pedro Valdez obtains ten day's water rights and the corresponding lands at Las Adjuntas. Confirmation of grant was made in favor of his heirs in 1745. In 1756 the heirs sold it to D. Melchor de los Santos Barrera. In 1761 D. Melchor de los Santos Barrera donated it to the church. In 1770 the church sold it to D. Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro. Upon whose death, the land was given to D. Melchor Sanchez Navarro. 1725, October 27, to 1770, December 22:
23 pp. D.S.
2924.
Santiago de Monclova. Domingo de Oyos receives a grant of land. in 1749, Bernardo de Hoyos transfers this land to his son Domingo de Hoyos. In 1756, the Marques de las Amarillas confirmed this grant in favor of Domingo de Hoyos, and the land was surveyed. In 1769, Dona Francisca Garzia de Rivero, Domingo de Hoyos, widow, sold the land to Dn. Joseph Xptoval Sanchez Navarro. 1727, May 19, to 1769, November 8:
59 pp. D.S.
2574.
Jose Montalvo sells to D. Blas de la Garza Falcon water rights with cattle pastures and sheep pastures. Garza Falcon sells to curate Dn. Jose Flores. 1729, January 12:
9 pp. D.S.
1663.
Joaquin Misquiz de Arrieta to Melchor Sanchez Navarro. Asks him to please let him have some corn. 1733 (?), July 6:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1014.
Pedro de Rabago y Theran. Grants registry of horse and cattle brand to Joseph Minchaca Vaesa at the presidio of Rio Grande. Document contains drawings of the brands. 1734, March 22:
17 pp. D.S.
455.
Discussion of the boundaries of Soledad with Vazquez Borrega, extending in time from 1739 to 1762, giving declarations of various persons as to the cutting up of the land into various haciendas, and establishing original limits. 1739, November 12:
12 pp. D.
2931.
Br. Dn. Jph. Flores at Monclova. His last will and testament. Contains also inventory of his property and duties performed by the exectors. 1740, November 14, to 1760, February 25:
30 pp. Copies.
459.
Carlos Sanchez de Zamora gives boundaries of land that he wishes to buy and asks that he be given justice. Division of cattle and land, signed by Fr. Joseph de Abrego et al. Another document on lands signed by Fr. Joseph de Abrego et al. Pedor Jose Flores is asked to give a position to one Cabeza de Vibora, signed by three persons. Pedro Flores reports to Sr. B. Dn. Carlos Sanchez Zamora that he cannot pay him the 153 pesos that he owes him; offers to pay him in sheep that belong to him and are in care of Cabeza de Vibora. 1741, October 7, to 1756, December 12:
10 pp. A.D.S., D.S., L.S.
2352.
Last will and testament of don Joseph Flores de Abrego. Fulfillment of its provisions attested by don Melchor Sanchez Navarro. Approval of bishop of Guadalajara. Record of probating by Diego Ortiz de Parrilla, colonel of dragoons, in Santiago de Monclova. 1741, November 14, to 1764, July 28:
31 pp. A.D.S.
3067.
Saltillo. Certified copy of petition of Sgt Major Pedro Montes to Joseph Martin Sanchez Navarro. 1742, July 17:
30 pp.
2925.
Don Francisco Antonio de Echevarri and others, at Monclova. Title and surveys of 198 sitios of land in Canon de San Marcos, Cuatro Cienegas, Rinconada, El Campo, and Puerto de Posuelo. 1743, November 12, to April 18, 1746:
39 pp. D.S.
2932.
Monclova. Monterrey. Land titles. Title to nine caballerias of land with the corresponding water rights on Nadadores River, six sitios for horses and cattle, and six sitios for sheep and goats, granted to Capt. Don Nicolas Ramon, and transferred to D. Joseph Fernandez Faxardo. Title and adjudication by sale of seventeen sitios of land on Nadadores River belonging to Dn. Leonardo Flores and Don Francisco Xavier de Arizpe, surveyed by order of Lt. Col. Dn Jazinto Barrios y Jauregui, governor of Coahuila to D. Loanardo Flores, D. Zavier Barrera, D. Francisco Flores D. Melchor Barrera, D. Joseph Borrego, and D. Joseph Castillo. 1743, November 25, to 1784, September 10:
145 pp. D.S.
2680.
Confirmation of title of La Hacienda San Jose in Monclova, to D. Jose de Castillo y Teran. Dn. Francisco de Furundarena questions the title, saying that the part known as El Guisache did not belong to the royal grant, but replaced lands taken from the hacienda for Nueva Poblacion y Real de la Iguana. 1744, January 7:
20 pp. D.S.
3515.
Monclova. Petition of Ignacio de Costilla. 1744, February 29:
6 pp.
2916.
The heirs of Antonio de Luna get the grant given to their father in 1704. The grant was for six caballerias of land at a place known as Las Burras. In 1752, the heirs of Luna sold the land to Francisco Xavier Barrera. In 1760, a new validation and survey was made. In 1798, Barrera's heirs sold it to D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. 1746, July 23, to 1798, December 24:
26 pp. D.S.
1790.
Mexico City. Title to sitios of land in the Cañones de San Marcos y los Pinos. This appears to be a correction deed, necessitated by reason of the fact that the party to whom the original deed had been made had not realized that the Huecos were also included in the first grant. Such additional portion of the land was being claimed by one Francisco Flores, who was, by this document, declared not to be its rightful owner. The document contains also the testimony of the various witnesses in the matter. 1747, January 14:
4 pp. A.D.S.



 

1751-1775

box
12679.
Guadalajara. Judgments obtained in suits brought against Sr. Cura Flores de Abrego by Br. Aguirre concerning Hacienda de Santa Ana and La Hacienda Monclova. Judgments were in favor of Aguirre. Included are inventories of the property of Flores de Abrego. Imcomplete. 1752, June 2:
98 pp. D.S.
2930.
Mexico City. These are copies of the records of a suit filed by Bachiller Don Mathias de Aguirre, resident of Monterrey, aginst Bachiller Don Joseph Flores de Abrego, curate of Monclova, for the annulment of the sale made to Flores de Abrego by Dn. Joseph Fernandez Jajardo of an Hacienda and buildings in Monclova. De Aguirre calims that Jajardo had no power of attorney to make this sale. 1753, January 8, to 1765, March 11:
84 pp. Copies.
2378.
Documents pertaining to a grant of land made by don Felipe de Rabogo y Teran, captain of the royal garrison of Saltillo, to don Pedro Francisco de la Fuente Fernandez, citizen of Saltillo. 1754, January 29, to 1756, October 7:
8 pp. D.S.
3366.
Contoto. Rivera to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says that they have no wine. 1756, May 8:
1 p. A.L.S.
3367.
San Antonio. Juan Ygnacio de Cardenas, Pinilla y Ramos to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Sendes some "sybolas and gamusa" for a suit, and asks for some flour, etc. 1756, July 8:
3 pp. A.L.S.
2666.
Santiago. Diego Ramos. Exchange of house of Sor. Prevendo. next to church for a house of Dn. Francisco y Dn. Antonio de la Garza. Exchange price agreed at 80 pesos. Signed by Diego Ramos. 1756, September 19:
1 p. A.D.S.
1207.
Xtoval Joseph Sanchez Navarro to Br. Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Received letter and wax sent for his mother. Bearer also handed him two pesos, one peso was used to say mass for addressee's mothers, and the other for meat. He is sending him 3 knives. He got two tobacco twists and charged them to his account. More personal details. 1756, November 14:
2 pp. A.L.S.
3368.
Hacienda de Patos. Santiago Regato to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Quotes prices on cotton. Wishes him best greetins of the season. 1756, December 7:
3 pp. A.L.S.
1201.
Jph Migl Malano to Dn Jph Migl Sanchez Navarro. Certain wedding, about to be performed, was suspended because it was found to be consanguinuous. Discussion of this character of weddings. 1757, May 30:
2 pp. A.L.S.
3363.
Saltillo. Account of Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro of Coahuila. 1757, October 2:
2 pp.
1787.
Order issued by the direction of the bishop concerning money for the church. 1758, June 2:
1 p. D.S.
3365.
Joseph Sanchez Navarro to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Is sending him some "bretaña", some silk paper, and other things. 1758, November 29:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2247.
Mexico. Lost of articles sent by Dn Gregorio Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo to his brother, Dn Joseph Migl Sanchez at Monclova. 1759, June 1:
1 p. D.
1717.
Saltillo. Joseph Martin Sanchez Navarro to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Acknowledging receipt of his son's letter, and sending him money and some aguardiente. 1759, October 4:
2 pp. A.L.S.
3364.
Santa Rosa. Br. Zamora to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says that they have no place to go since the heavy rains. 1759, October 19:
1 p. A.L.S.
1830.
Certificate of baptism entered in book of baptisms in the Parish of Sta. Ma. of Villa de Olmedillo, Bishopric of Osma. Manuel, legitimate son of Matias Miguel and Juana Royuela baptized by P. Predicador Jn. Isidor Garcia, Monk in Royal Monastery of Sto. Domingo de Silos, Villa de Olmedillo. Godfather was Juan Royuela, of Villa de Villoveda. Certified to by Juan Bapt Careaga. 1759, December 30:
3 pp. D.S.
147.
Francisco de Mattha, at the rancho, to Dn. Jph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Bearer is going to hold a night watch before our Lady of Sapopan, and Mattha asks Sanchez Navarro to give him one pound of wax. 176 (?):
1 p. A.L.S.
1205.
Sermon for the passion, death, and resurection of our Redeemer. 1760:
8 pp. Unsigned.
34.50.
Coahuila. Francisco Joseph Sanches to Joseph Miguel de Sanchez Navarro. Asks his help. 1760, February:
1 p. A.L.S.
1341.
Thadeo Cano at Coahuila to Dn. Jph Miguel Shez Navarro. Asks him to give Dn. Francisco Flores some money to take care of certain business for him. 1760, February 21:
1 p. A.L.S.
2550.
Santiago de Monclova. Instrument concerning conveyance to Sor. Br. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro a house and land for residence, as a gift from D. Joaquin de los Santos Coy and his wife. Da. Teresa de la Paz. 1760, March 27:
6 pp. D.S.
2893.
Jacinto de Barrios y Jauregui at Santiago de la Monclova. Title of ownership to house transferred by Don Luis de Yruegas and his wife, Doña Mariana de la Garza, to Don Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. 1760, March 28:
9 pp. D.S.
1718.
Saltillo. Joseph Martin Sanchez Navarro to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Forwarding to him his notary public's commission. 1760, April 16:
2 pp. A.L.S.
3601.
Valle de Santa Rosa. Jph. Miguel Molono to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asks him to send him some chocolate, and two pounds of tallow, etc. 1760, May 3:
3 pp. A.L.S.
776.
Bernardo Manuel de Gomara to Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanz. Navarro. Reports that two named men are on their way to perform duties assigned, and asks him to send them back as soon as possible. 1760, May 3:
1 p. A.L.S.
2583.
Santa Rosa. Maria del Sacramento. Diego Gomez asks for tract of land on which to build a hut. Land granted. Other papers dealing with this grant. 1760, June 16:
15 pp. D.S.
1720.
Santa Gertrudes. Antonio Castellano to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Enclosing 200 pesos for the purchase of certain merchandise, and including some tobacco. 1760. August 18:
1 p. A.L.S.
3480.
Getrudez. Juana Germana Garcia to Joseph Miguel Molans. Says Guillermo de Leon is burying a daughter. Asks him for a certain ledger. 1760, August 29:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1615.
Account of Don Fernando Basqua Borrego. 1761:
2 pp.
1577.
Expenses incurred on journey to Hermanas to bring a herd of cattle. 1861, February:
1 p.
1581.
Patos. Receipt signed by Felipe Gomes. 1861, February 18:
1 p. A.L.S.
1576.
Patos. Receipt for corn, signed by Pedro Farate. 1861, February 27:
1 p. A.L.S.
2064.
Francisco de Matha at Monclova. Book of accounts of various kinds relative to the haciendas of the Aguayos. 1761, March, to 1769:
89 pp.
2228.
Jn. Manuel Aguilar to Sr. Br. Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports 22 fanegas of corn raised. Discusses sowing of wheat, etc. 1761, June 1:
1 p. L.S.
553.
Fernando Bazquez Borrego to Br. Dn. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Requests for notary charges to be entered in his account. States that slaves of Don Ygnacio Flores asked him to buy them from him, but Flores refused a promissory note for them. Flores later accepted note. Asks S. N. to handle case. 1762, January 9:
3 pp. A.L.S.
584.
Francisco de Mattha to Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asks him to give Pedor Simon de la Cruz anything he asks up to 20 pesos for a baptism. Accounts will be adjusted later. 1762, May 7:
2 pp. A.L.S.
3432.
Coahuila. Gregorio Sanchez Navarro to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Is sending his com and some tallow. Has heard that goods are high in Mexico because of wars. 1762, May 18:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1716.
Saltillo. Joseph Martin Sanchez Navarro to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Acknowledging his son's letter, and discussing church affairs. 1762, May 25:
4 pp. A.L.S.
2101.
Francisco Motha to D. Jose Miguel Sanches Navarro. Refers to two orders given by D. Miguel regarding the pasturage of the flocks. Is sending some lambs, less than a year old, to D. Miguel along with the herd. 1762, June 14:
2 pp. A.L.S.
552.
Francisco de Mattha at Rancho del Carmen to Bdo. Dn. Jph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Request for a mule-load of salt. 1762, July 1:
1 p. A.L.S.
1746.
Casa Ferniza (?) to Fernando Borrego. Concerning accounts on corn. 1762, October 25:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2097.
Rancho del Carmen. Francisco de Mathat to D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asks D. Miguel to let the bearer of the letter have some wax for a candle for certain saint. Writer thinks the new excise tax is responsible for his not receiving needed articles from Patos. Asks that he be sent certain articles. 1763, January 6:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1334.
Bartolome de Rivera at Santa Rosa to Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports he has just finshed the four wheels he ordered him to make. He will send them on Friday. Everybody at home is sich. 1763, January 24:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1327.
Joseph Antonio Calderon at Señora de los Dolores to Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Bearer is taking a young man to him. Discusses matters concerning corn. 1763, February 8:
1 p. A.L.S.
3337.
Fernando Bazquez Borrego to Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. Asks for some cacao and chocolate for baptism of babies. Gives report on corn corps. 1763, February 29:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1326.
Jph. de Herrera at Sardinas to Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. States he will send him the flour requested. He has no servant to send him. He will ge one in two weeks. 1763, March 21:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1306.
Francisco de Mattha at Coahuila to Dn. Jph. Miguel Shez. Navarro. Asks him to give Dn. Jph Miguel Molano the sum of 40 pesos and to charge it to the account of his master Don Juan Antonio Caviedes, general overseer of the haciendas of the Marques de San Miguel de Aguayo. 1763, April 8:
1 p. L.S.
554.
Francisco de Mattha at Rancho del Carmen to Bdo. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States he has paid the two sons of Bernal 19 pesos 5 reales. Asks entry of this in books. 1763, June 1:
1 p. A.L.S.
551.
Francisco de Mattha at Nuestra Señora del Carmen to Br. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Requests the payment to Cayetano Flores of 14 pesos four reales and to charge the same to writer's account. Flores had sold him thre fine burros. 1763, July 1:
1 p. A.L.S.
555.
Francisco Matthat at Rancho del Carmen to Ldo Dn Jph. Miguel Sanches Navarro. States he is sending white goods in care of Juan de Salas. Requests six vars of ruan, three vars of unbleached cotton goods, and one vara of blue silk twist, eight varas of flowered cotton goods. 1763, July 18:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2105.
Rancho del Carmen. Francisco Matha to D. Jose Miguell Sanchez Navarro. Gives an account of the expenses on the Hacienda de Zardinas. Asks D. Miguel to send him certain animals and other items. 1763, July 27:
1 p. A.L.S.
2670.
Santiago Rodriguez at Santiago de Monclova. Sells to Br. Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro a negro slave boy of about 15 years of age for 200 pesos. Document signed by Joseph de Castilla y Theran. 1763, October 25:
3 pp. D.S.
2229.
Santiago Rodirguez of Villa de Santiago de Coahuila acknowledges receipt from Br. Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro of 350 heads of sheep and goats, and also of a slave named Jn. Jph. 1763, November 16:
1 p. D.S.
2559.
Presidio de Santa Rosa Maria del Sacramento. Dn. Carlos Sanchez de Zamora acknowledges debt to D. Baltasar de Santo, partly paid in sheep. Promises to pay from date until debt is fully paid. 1763, December 13:
2 pp. D.S.
1333.
Juan Jph Valdes to Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez. The bearer will deliver this letter and documents for Rev. Gumier from Saltillo. 1764:
1 p. Fragment. L.S.
1332.
Pedor Simon de la Cruz to D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is to send a boy to him because the lambing season is over. Explains his activities, and states that everything is all right. 1764, --23:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1708.
Rancho de Amparo. Francisco de Maura to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Report on live stock and list of provisions requiered. 1764, April 4:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1331.
Pedro Flores y Valdes at Santa Rosa to Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He received the letter and the servant, and thanks him. He is sending him some silver and will send more later. Discusses servants and their daily allowance. Asks him to send him soap, cigarettes, chocolate, and other articles. 1764, July 7:
2 pp. A.L.S.
950.
[] to Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports that he has not been able to see Dn. Fernando because he became seriously ill soon after his arrival. Asks him to give him certain groceries, which he names. 1764, August 12:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1329.
Phelipe Galvan Carmen to Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. With reference to a letter asking him to give him eight mules of wheat. He stated that available rations were short, and that he would not have enough to supply him. 1764, August 13:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1742.
Fernando Basquez Borrego to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he and his family have been to confession. Gives report on corn, etc. 1764, September 12 (?):
3 pp. A.L.S.
582.
Francisco de Mattha to Dn. Jph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States he is going to send account books for the men that work in the hacienda. Requests certain goods. 1764, September 16:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1681.
An Account on live stock. 1766, July 1:
12 pp.
582.
Francisco de Mattha to Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that he is going to send account books for the men that work in the hacienda. Asks for certain goods. 1764, September 16:
2 pp. A. L. S.
1253.
Jph. de Herrera at Santa Gertrudis to Dn. Jph. Migl Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. Asks him for some brandy to use as cough medicine, and to rub on his back. Asks him to collect one fanega of wheat for him. 1764, October 11:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1325.
Joseph de Urquiza at Zacatecas to Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Letter of the 17th informs him that the mules for Dn. Dion. Gonz. Muños are ready. Asks him to send them in June, and to see to it that mules are of the right age for long travel. 1764, November 10:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1330.
Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro at San Buena to Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is sending him 4 mules and one male mule caught with the horses. He is planting seed as rapidly as possible. Discusses oxem. 1764, November 14:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1745.
Fernando Bazques Borrego to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asking for a loan. 1765, January 23:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1328.
Juan Xptomo. Ramirez at Rio Grande to Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States he sent two servants to that villa in the morning. A ranchman has just arrived with two letters. He is sending the suet wrapped in blanket. 1765, March 6:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1743.
Fernando Bazques Borrego to Miguel Sanches Navarro at Coahuila. Speaks of delivery of wheat and cattle. Says he is sending some watermelons. 1765, June 20:
3 pp. A.L.S.
1941.
Juan Antonio de Cariede at Pattos to Sr. Br. D. Joseph Migl. Sanchez Navarro. States that the shearing will begin at the hacienda de San Antonio the first week in August. He wishes don Joseph to send shearers. 1765, July 27:
2 pp. A.L.S.
3315.
Diego Ortiz Parrilla to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he has asked the captain of the bahia, Manuel Ramirez de la Picina, for a libranza of 3000 pesos. Refers to other libranzas. 1765, August 12:
11 pp. A.L.S.
3314.
Santa Rosa. This document concerns the payment of corn, flour, meat, and beans for use of troops. 1765, August 12:
1 p.
556.
Borrego to Don Migel Sanches Nabarro. States that his father instructed him to tell S. N. that he would purchase all cattle and horses available as tithe. Requests price. Asks for certain medicines as he had a fall and was unconscious for a week. 1765, December 28:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1602.
Report on sheep being gathered at San Matias. States how much each person is being charged. 1766:
6 pp.
1729.
Report on "Chiquihites". Gives names of persons. 1766:
2 pp.
2603.
Coahuila. Borrego to Sr. Br. Dn. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Writes about purchase of corn, which is scarce. 1766, April 13:
1 p. A.L.S.
1710.
Z. Borrego to Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. States that he is sending two men to serve as witnesses in the case of Don Francisco Flores. 1766, April 22:
1 p. A.L.S.
1982.
Account of Nicolas de Losnios, son-in-law of Leonardo Vazquez, who is earning six pesos per month plus two almudes of corn. Refers to two mares which he and his father-in-law carried away to the Rio Grande without permission. 1766, May 10:
2 pp. D.
566.
Francisco de Mattha at Carmen to Bdo. D. Joseph Miguel Shez Navarro. States that he has just returned from a visit to Hacienda de Ovejas, where nothing unusual was noticed. Requests him to ask Don Gregorio to send him the goats he promisedd Gives other details about goats. 1766, May 19:
4 pp. A.L.S.
1641.
Santa Rosa. Bernardo de la Pena. Receipt for a bull and two calves. 1766, July 30:
1 p. D.S.
1788.
Villa de Santiago de la Monclova Capital de la provincia de San Francisco de Coahuila. Petition by a daughter to obtain from her father her mother's inheritance. The orders of the court in the case are included. 1766, September 16:
3 pp. A.D.S.
148.
Detailed report of the tithe collected and distributed by Br. Dn. Joseph Migl Sanchez Navarro from Coahuila and Texas for the year of 1764. Gives also acceptance of the college of deans. in Guadalajara. Signed by Luis Fernandez Chasco. 1766, September 22:
3 pp. D.S.
2591.
Sale of house and land to Dn. Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro at Santiago del Castillo. Includes the deed and all papers in the transaction. 1766, October 6:
16 pp. D.S.
2933.
Don Carlos Sanchez de Zamora at Santa Rosa. Requests Dn. Vicente Alderete, chief Justice of Santa Rosa, to draw up interrogatories relative to his lands lying three leagues from the presidio. The The interrogatories are mainly concerned with the fact that his ranch is being constantly ravaged by wild Indians. There are several witnesses questioned under oath. 1766, December 9:
19 pp. D.S.
3313.
Claveria de la Sta. Yglesia Catolica de Guadalajara. Juan Bapta. Torres to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that he has received 3,624 pesos in libranzas. Tells him to sell the stock. 1767, January 10:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1258.
Francisco Rodriguez to Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanches Navarro. Requests him to bury the son of Anttonio. 1767, January 28:
1 p. A.L.S.
1260.
Francisco de Mattha to Bd. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Acknowledges receipt of information that no Puebla weed is available to doctor the sheep with. States that the Indians stole over forty mules from him, but that all, except nine have been recovered, etc. 1767, March 6:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1259.
Juan Anttonio de la Garza to Dn. Migl. Shs. Navarro. States that he has a pain in the right side below the breast, and asks for a prescription for it. Asks for certain groceries. States that his daughter has a swollen right leg. 1767, April 29:
1 p. A.L.S.
1255.
Maria Rita de los Santos Coy at Saltillo to Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Requests him to collect 60 pesos from the notary. Gives details of the debt. Sends her salutations. 1767, May 7:
3 pp. A.L.S.
1254.
Luis Sanchez Muro at Vallezillo to Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Makes him an offer for 1000 goats, and states how he will pay for them. 1767, May 7:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1256.
Christobal Sanchez at Santa Rosa to Dn. Jph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that he is sending accounts of tithe collected during the year, and tells him how much thereof has been disposed of. Tithe seems to have been collected in kind. Greetings. 1767, May 8:
2 pp. L.S.
1257.
Francisco de Mattha at Carmen to D. Jph. Miguel Shez Navarro. States that he is sending him certain named articles. 1767, May 23:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2567.
Valle de Sn. Buenaventura. Geronimo Baldes sells to Tomas Xavier Flores certain water rights in said Valle. Xavier sells to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Instrument is acknowledged before Governors D. Juan Ugalde, and Pedro Fueros. 1767, July 6:
4 pp. D.S.
1251.
Antt. Sirverlo Calderon at Vallecillo to Dn. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. States that he is sending his son Lorenzo with all the money he has been able to get. Asks him to send him 8 cargas of good flour, and other articles. 1767, July 28:
3 pp. A.L.S.
583.
Francisco de Mattha to Don Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Request him to send list of goods to be delivered by bearer. 1767, September 28:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2579.
Grant of land made by D. Juan Gregorio de Salinas y Baronas, Governor of Aguila, Prov. de Coahuila, to D. Juan Fernando Canseco, with pastures and water rights. 1767, December 10:
9 pp. D.S.
3340.
Fernando Basquez Borrego to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that his son wrote to Navarro offering him some corn. Asks for some candy. 1768, January 8:
3 pp. A.L.S.
2908.
Santiago de la Monclova, Valle de Santa Rosa, and Hacienda del Tapado. Dn. Pefro de la Bonbarda obtains a revalidation of title to land described therein as lying between Monclova and Nadadores rivers. Inquiry as to water rights. Depositions by witnesses relative to this property. 1768, September 20, to 1824, December 10:
42 pp. D.S.
3071.
Thomas de Zuviauri to Francisco de Rabago. Concerning settlement of an account. 1768, November 25:
3 pp. A.L.S.
90.
Juan Antonio Billavisencio at Sabinas to Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. States that a peon, named Nicolas de los Rios, ran away, and that writer has heard that he is now working for Sanchez Navarro. Would like to have him returned. 1769, February 17:
3 pp. A.L.S.
3336.
Fernando Bazquez Borrego to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Gives report on sheep. States that his son left for the Alamo. Says that he owes to Capt. Rodriguez 90 fanegas of corn. 1769, May 7:
4 pp. A.L.S.
457.
D. Juan Manuel de Palas appears before Don Vicente Alderete, Commanding Military Lieutenant, to have him have Dn. Gregorio Sanchez Navarro get in touch with Dn. Juan Antonio Cabredes, administrator of Patos, to settle up rents that do not bear proper seals. Reply of Dn. Vicente Alderete to the effect that proper seals cannot be had there. Ravago replies that said Palor has no right to rents. Notice is given to Dn. Juan Manuel Palar that the original of the agreement is in the archives in charge of Vicente de Alderete. 1769, June 9:
8 pp. A.D.S.
2246.
Sta. Rosa and Charco Redondo. Copy of instrument showing that in the absence of Coronel Dn. Diego Ortiz Pereilla there appeared before Dn. Bisente de Alderete Dn. Juan Manl. de Palan, stating that he wrote a letter to Dn. Gregorio Shez Navarro asking him to appear with the general administrotor of the Haciendas de Patos in regard to the rent agreement made with Juan Manl. de Palan. 1769, June 30:
4 pp. D.S.
2096.
Francisco de Matha. A draft given against Don Miguel Sanches Navarro in favor of L. Dn. Migl. Bartholome Polomo. 1769, November 17:
1 p. D.S.
2095.
Carmen. Francisco de Matha to D. Jose Miguel Sanches Navarro. Requests Don Jose to pay for the writer the sum of 99 pesos to D. Roman. Makes a draft against Don Jose in favor of D. Miguel Polomo. Gives reasons for draft. 1769, December 2:
3 pp. A.L.S.
2104.
A promissory note made by D. Miguel Sanches Navarro in favor of D. Miguel Polomo in payment of a draft made against D. Miguel Sanches Navarro by Francisco Mata at Santa Rosa. 1769, December 3:
2 pp. A.D.S.
2577.
Monclova. Da. Maria Clemencia Quintana y Flores sells to Br. Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro her maternal inheritance, consisting of a house and factory of adobe. Executed before Jacobo Ugarte and Juan de Valdes and Pedro Tueros. 1769, May 2:
11 pp. D.S.
3446.
Sanodinas (?). Jph Diez Tamayo to []. States that he has received the account, and discusses various of the items therein. 1770, October 30:
2 pp. A. L. S.
1322.
Bernardo Manuel de Umaran to Lic. Dn. Joseph Migl. Shez. Navarro. Acknowledges receipt of information that goods stolen from Compadre Gregorio were recovered. States that he has sent him 100 pesos for the sale of 10 loads of flour. Mentions Indian depredations. States that the silversmith has not finished the little crown for the Virgen. 1771, -- 8:
4 pp. A.L.S.
2569.
Villa de Santiago de la Monclova. Da. Antonioa Ramon and her son Juan Pedro Baeza sell to D. Javier Barrera their part of Rancho de las Ajuntas. Executed before Gov. Jacobo de Ugarte, and Gov. Juan Ugarte Caballero. 1771, Jarch 2:
5 pp. D.S.
2372.
Documents relating to the sale of two tracts of land by Domingo Leal to Domingo Valdes, both members of the garrison of Santa Rosa. 1771, March 5, to 1773, June 26:
5 pp. D.
1319.
Joseph S. Tijerina at Punta de Lampazos to Dn. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. States that he has forwarded letter to the chief Alcalde of Baiecillo. Says that in reply, the alcalde stated that he had talked to D. Francisco de Acevedo, who promised to erect the flour mill. He asked 300 pesos for the job. Reports Indina depredations. 1771, June 20:
2 pp. L.S.
1320.
Lazaro Flores at Santa Rosa to Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. With regard to an accounto of 400 pesos being pressed against him. Gives a detailed account of his misfortunes and of his inability to pay. 1771, June 30:
4 pp. A.L.S.
1310.
Thoribio Gonsales at Palitos Balncos to Dn. Francisco de Mattha. States that he has inquired about certain matter, but has not been successful. Reports the death or loss of one man. States that he is sending a small herd of horses. 1771, June 26:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1312.
Domingo Masias Baldes at Tapado to Dn. Manuel Sanchez Navarro. States that he gave corn to the men going to Saltillo. Reports on the mules and rations taken by these men. 1771, June 30:
1 p. A.L.S.
1309.
Navarro at San Buena Ventura to Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. Gives a report on routine work at the ranch, including shearing, cleaning of pens, and other similar work. Encloses report on corn. 1771, July 5:
3 pp. A.L.S.
2379.
Grant of land made by don Jacobo de Ugarte, governor and commandant of Coahuila and Nueva Estemadura, to Bernabe Hernandez, citizen of the Valle of Santa Rosa. 1771, July 8, to 1774, August 12:
4 pp. D.S.
1311.
Francisco de Mattha at Carmen to Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. States that he will be ready to set out on the 17th, as instructed, to conclude a certain matter. He is sending the chains asked by Dn. Gregorio, and is sending S. N. six black sheep to be sacrificed as offering. 1771, July 10:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1313.
Francisco de Mattha at Carmen to Dn. Jph. Miguel Shes. Navarro. States that the bearer is on his way to Patos. Asks S. N. to name anything he wants done there. States that he is returning sacks loaned to him. 1771, July 15:
1 p. A.L.S.
488.
Last will and testament of Dn. Francisco Flores de Abrego. 1771, August 9:
20 pp. D.
2881.
Gregorio Sanchez Navarro and others at Villa de Santiago de la Monclova. Records of an inquiry into the property rights of the Marques de San Miguel de Aguayo to his real estate possessions in the Province of San Francisco de Coahuila and Nueva Estremadura, Inquiry made at his own request. Affidavits of ownership of lands at La Joya, Escondido, San Bernave, El Sauz, and Ojo Caliente. These records give details as to the settlement and colonization of all these lands. Interrogatories with sworn answers thereto are also included. 1771, October 2:
49 pp. D.S.
1643.
Agreement between Juan Antonio Solis and Miguel Sanchez Navarro for the sale of goats. Joaquin de los Santos Coy signs for Solis. 1772, January 15:
1 p. D.S.
91.
Francisco de Mattha at Carmen to Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Asks him to give bearer six pesos in cash and to charge it to his amo's account. 1772, February 17:
2 pp. L.S.
2381.
Document denouncing a mine by Joseph Buente Cumpran and Juachin Toban, presented to don Vicente de Alderete, commandant of the garrison of Saltillo. 1772, March 20:
4 pp. A.D.S.
1654.
Lampasos. Joseph Stos. Tigerina to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells of selling corn because it was getting rotten. 1772, August 29:
3 pp. A.L.S.
3606.
Hacienda de Mexico. Account of the Captain, Lieutenants, sergeants, and soldiers of San Juan Baptista del Rio Grande del Norte. 1772, October 27:
2 pp.
3059.
Guadalajara. Juan Ygnacio de Moya to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Concerning church matters. 1772, December 2:
4 pp. A.L.S.
792.
Licenciado Moya. Accounts of Dn. Josseph Vicente Arispe, student in this Seminary College. Funds furnished by Dn. Josseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. 1772, December 2:
3 pp. A.D.S.
3611.
Moclova. Book of accounts. 1773, January 30:
28 pp.
2906.
Copies of documents relative to the sale at auction of the property of Don Francisco Flores by Don Miguel Sanchez Navarr. 1773, February 9-22:
29 pp. D.S.
2538.
Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro appears before Dn. Jacobo de Ugarte at Santiago de Monclova, in the capacity of the former as executor of the will of Dn. Francisco, Flores. 1773, March 22:
3 pp. D.S.
490.
Opinion given to Dn. Juan Manuel Mexia by Sor. Prebendado Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro as to the manner of proceedings to be followed by the executor of the will of Dn. Francisco Flores de Abrego, deceased. Inventory of property, property received by heirs. Report of executor to Governor, order of partition of propert between four heirs. Final report of executor, all included. 1773, March 24:
28 pp. D.
3056.
Lampasas. Manuel Rezs. to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that they have lost certain instrument concerning the sale of 400 cattle. Requests for a new one. 1773, May 19:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2623.
Francisco de Mattha. Requests that he be sent two more (?) by the padre and to have them charged to his amo. 1773, June 8:
1 p. A.L.S.
3057.
Guadalajara. Maria Josepha Ybarra to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Personal letter. Hardly legible. 1773, June 20:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2093.
Patos. Francisco de Camprredondo to D. Jose Sanches Navarro. Speaks of the arrival at Patos of 30 loads of cotton. States that he is sending a certain number of pairs of shears to make sure there are enough of them during the shearing season. 1773, July 24:
2 pp. A.L.S.
3616.
Papers concerning a house in Monterrey, the same being item No. 80 of Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro's inventory. 1774, January 30, to 1794, January 30:
33 pp.
133.
Fernando Basques Borrego to Dn. Migl. Sannchez Navarro. States that he will pay for the corn at the price offered. Asks him to send him some beans, chili, and other articles. Speakds of certain business connected with Rosales. 1774, July 2:
3 pp. A.L.S.
135.
Migl. Longoria at Santa Rosa to Dn. Jph. Migl. Shez. Navarro. States that he has been busy with the harvest and has had not time to collect the tithes due him. Tells him of the scarcity of horses. Sends his greetings. 1774, July 28:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2505.
Statement of the quantity of yarn had in this date in the town of San Francisco de Coahuila and the Mission de San Miguel. 1774, August:
2- pp. D.
134.
Marsela de la Garza y Falcon at Santa Rosa to Br. Dn. Joseph Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Rephies to letter of the 28th. States that she is grateful for vafor, and that she has received the load of flour sent to her. 1774, August 3:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1368.
Navarro to Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro, his brother. Wishes him good health, and states that he took advantage of his trip, or rather the trip of Ollervides, to send him this letter. Tells him he as a special room for him, and invites him to pay him a visit. 1774, September 4:
3 pp. A.L.S.
1358.
Fernan Bazquez Borrego to D. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Reports that Beltran came in pursuit of Rosales, who was not caught. Gives details of attempt to catch Rosales. Explains kinship of a woman invlolved in the case. Gives a report the "bolsa". 1774, September 8:
4 pp. A.L.S.
1366.
Juan Jose de Peña to Señor Prevendado at Coahuila. Reprots he cannot go now, but next week he will state definitely when he can. 1774, September 9:
1p. A.L.S.
1359.
Antonio Rojas at Presidio to Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that he is greatly dissatisfied with his condition where he is, and asks his master to relieve him of that duty. 1774, September 13:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1363.
Bernardo Manuel de Umaran at Vallezillo to Dn. Josse Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that he is sending him one almud of chiltipin in care of Ygnacio de Cordova. 1774, September 20:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1362.
Francisco de Mattha to Dn. Jph Migl. Shez. Navarro, his father. States that Juan Zpl., the bearer, is taking the ledger in order that the cost of his wedding may be entered therei. Says that he has not been able to load lumber on account of the Indians, and that he went out with 78 men and was attacked by a large number of Indians. 1774, September 22:
2 pp. A.L.S.
Borrego to Dn. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. States that he is sending him the "beperina. 1774, October 5:
1 p. A.L.S.
1367.
Francisco de Mattha to D. Jph Migl Shez. Navarro.. States that upon receipt of letter he sent a mule train to ge corn and wheat. Reports that he is planting wheat. Asks for a carpenter, and states that he has only four or six peons. 1774, October 9:
4 pp. ALS.
2540.
Saltillo. Juan Ang. de Jaurequi and two witnesses sign receipt for all papers and documents from Br. Dn. Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro as executor of the will of Br. Dn. Josef Flores. 1774, October 15:
DS.
2487.
Borrego at home to don Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. Requests that Borregos Muletters be sent with a load of flour to Saltillo. 1774, November 17:
1 p. ALS.
1978.
Jph. Dotto Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo to Sr. Br. Dr. Jph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that he is sending six letters and the promissory note of their cousin, Don Leonardo. 1775:
3 pp. ALS.
85.
Francisco Garcia Rodriguez at Puebla de los Angleles. Secret instructions to place certain articles on a warship. Instructions were given by Dn. Manuel Antonio de Bustillo y Zevallos to Dn. Francisco Garzia Rodriguez to load these things at Vera Cruz. 1775, March 27:
2 pp. ADS.
751.
Francisco de Mattha to Jph Migl Shez Navarro. States that Phelipe de Casttro is on his way there to bury his wife at writer's expense. Asks him to furnish him some wax for funeral, and charge it to writer's account. 1775, May 14:
2 pp. ALS.
754.
Martin Valdez to Dn. Migel Snchez. Nabarro. Reports the death of his brother Jose Maria. Tells him he is sending body to him for burial, and asks him him to charge cost to his account. 1775, June 21:
2 pp. ALS.
155.
Pacheco at San Anttonio Bucareli to Dn. Francisco Garzia Rodriguez. States that he has not received letters. Wants to know about his home. Regrets that his uncle has not liquidated accounts. Tells him of their troop movements against the Indians. 1775, July 29:
4 pp. ALS.
3073.
Concerning the discovery of a salt mine in the Hacienda of Nuestra Señora del Carmen. Signed by Marques de Cruillas. States on cover: "Titulo de las salinas de C. Cienegas", which means, Title to the Salt Mines of C. Cienegas. 1775, September 5:
22 pp.
3011.
She. Padilla to Jphe. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports on amount of water available. 1775, Sept. 27:
22 pp. ALS.
3039.
Pedro Antonio de Ortiz to Sanchez Navarro, from Sardinas. Concerns corn that he has promised to send to Navarro. 1775, October 13:
2 pp. ALS.
3344.
Guadalajara. Martin Es& to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that the Bishop has departed for a warmer climate. Says he will take good care of Navarro's interests. Regrets Indian hostilities. Describes elaborate church ceremonies. 1775, November 2:
2 pp. ALS.
2494.
Juan de Dios Nuñez do Esquibel at Parras to don Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Monclova. Writes concerning the poor grain crops, and of the death of Juan Antonio Caviedes. Expresses gratitude for past and present kindness. 1775, November 12:
3 pp. ALS.
759.
Santtiago Guadalupe de Pruneda at Monclova to Dn. Migel Sanchez Navarro. Asks him for some wheat to pant on his land. promises to pay. 1775, November 29:
1 p. ALS.
2503.
Fr. Pedro Parras at the Mission de N. P. San Francisco de Vizarron to don Joseph Migl. Sanchez Nabarro. Writes with reference to two other priests. 1775, December 20:
2 pp. ALS.
760.
Navarro's son to his father Dn. Josse Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that he has not been able to finsh the work of branding. Tells him that the Indians have driven some of the hourses away. Gives him a report on livestock and crops. 1775, December 24:
2 pp. LS.



 

1776-1799

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1813.
Ysavel Shes. Navarro and Lonarda Shes. Navarro to Dn. Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro. State that everyone is all right. Thank him for favors. State that they miss him, and ask him to let them know what they can do for him. 1776 (?):
3 pp. ALS.
3587.
Rio Grande. Nicolasa Sanchez to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asks for some flour. 1776, --- 18:
2 pp. ALS.
764.
Fr. Manuel Marentis to Dn. Miguel Zanchez Navarro. Reports his arrival on the 10th of the month. Offers his services. 1776, January 12:
1 p. ALS.
1833.
Mexico City. Incomplete paper dealing with suit of Dn. Pefro Manuel Zorrilla against Dn. Ildefonso Caballero de los Olivos, as testamentary executor and heir of Br. Dn. Matheo Cayetano do Urrutia Y Guerrero, who was also testamentary executor of Sra. Marquesa del Villar de Aguilas. 1776, January 27:
4 pp. Inc'plete. DS.
763.
Fernando Basquez Torres do Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that he is expecting some corn to come on his mule train from La Colonia, but that in the mean time he has no corn for rations for the week, and wants to barrow some.. 1776, February 23:
1 p. ALS.
3590.
Salvador Antonio Ramirez to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says that Jacinto has run away. 1776, February 24:
1 p. ALS.
753.
Ramon Hernadez to Dn. Jph. Migl. Shz. Navarro. Speaks of his poverty, and begs for some corn and meat. 1776, March 4:
1 p. ALS.
761.
Bartolome de Menchaca Soriano to Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that he is sending three mules, and that he has lost one. Says that paymasters are owing him money and have not paid him. 1776, March 7:
2 pp. ALS.
3596.
Maria Guadalupe de Chapa to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asks for financial help. 1776, March 8:
2 pp. ALS.
755.
--- de la Trenidad Hortiz to Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanches Nabarro. Requests him to come with the bearer to give the extreme unction to bearer's brother who is about to pass away. 1776, March 10:
1 p. ALS.
3595.
San Juan Bautista. Bisente Rodriguez to Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that he cannot take care of account immediately. 1776, March 12:
1 p. LS.
762.
Jph. Pantaleon Gallardo to Cura Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asks him for three or four arrobas of flour. States that he is a poor man in a strange land. Says that he is a baker, and will pay for the flour as the bread is sold. 1776, March 29:
2 pp. ALS.
3597.
Fr. Atto. Lozano de la Peña to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Requests that some corn be given to Josefa. Asks for some tallow for the church. 1776, March 31:
2 pp. ALS.
2501.
Fernando Barque Borrego at home to don Miguel Sanchez Nabarro at Coahuila. Writes in connection with a sale. 1776, April 7:
1 p. ALS.
814.
------ to Dn. Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro. States that everyone is all right except Domingo, who is worse. Says that Miguelito is sick, and that they are peeved because he has not written. Asks for material for trousers. 1776, April 8:
4 pp. L.
3599.
Guadalajara. Jul. Jph. Amato de Arizpe to Josephe Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that he is sending some corn. Gives family news. 1776, April 10:
3 pp. ALS.
3600.
Parras. Juan de Dios Nuñez de Esquble to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Deplores the scandals and tales that go on in that vicinity. Announces the birth of a child to Barbanita. Says that he has letter from his brother, Jose Mariano, who is a first surgeon in the Department of Californias, and who says he has travelled in the Asiatic and the Pacific oceans, and has written a history of his observations, which he sent to the Deputation of Cadiz. 1776, April 19:
4 pp. ALS.
3598.
Saltillo. Maria Jpha. Figueroa to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Requests permission to return home to se about her children. 1776, May 3:
3 pp. ALS.
3586.
Juan Antonio Vidaurri to Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Monclova. States that the betrothed of Catarina Will be by to see Navarro. 1776, May 11:
2 pp. ALS.
3602.
Joseph Martin Sanchez Navarro to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells of visit of the Bishop. 1776, May 12:
3 pp. ALS.
3592.
Santa Rosa. Maria Guadalupe de Ecar y Muzquiz to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asks for some flour. 1776, June 5:
1 p. ALS.
3588.
Jo Francisco Flores at San Luis, Potosi, to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports his safe arrival. 1776, June 5:
3593.
Sta. Ygo (?). Manuel Cavallero to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asks his cooperation in helping Rafail Gutierrez collect the church tithes. 1776, June:
1 p. ALS.
3584.
Fernando Basquez Borrego to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. With reference to the forwarding of certain letters. 1776, June 10:
2 pp. ALS.
3594.
Santa Rosa. Juan Antonio Serrano to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro and Don Manuel. Wishes to barrow two or three thousand pesos. 1776, June 16:
3 pp. ALS.
3589.
Parras. Juan de Dios Nuñez de Esquibel to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says the scandals and tales are so bad that neither rich nor poor can escape them. States that the only hope lays in the new Governor of Viscaya, who is Phelipe Bari. 1776, June 25:
3 pp. ALS.
3585.
Fernado Basquez Borrego to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Discusses the plight of the widow of Nicolas Ortiz. 1776, July 3:
3 pp. ALS.
3033.
Juan Antonio de Vidaurri to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Wants to barrow some money and offers fat beef as security. 1776, July 3:
2 pp. ALS.
3591.
Navarro to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that he is sending several named articles with Oyervides. Discusses the health of several people. Discusses shep. 1776, July 5:
4 pp. ALS.
2496.
Maria Ignacia de Urrutia, to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that she is sending him some Yerba de la Rabia which is good for chewing after being cooked. 1776, July 23:
1 p. ALS.
2495.
Fernando Barque Borrego at home to don Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Writes with reference to two servants from the hacienda of Santa Rosa. 1776, July 31:
2 pp. ALS.
3610.
Don Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Account with the Cura of Coahuila. 1776, August 27:
2504.
Borrego at home to don Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. Writes that he is sending a rose bowl of sugar which Joseph forgot. 1776, September 28:
1 p. ALS.
1983.
Statement of the goods in his trunk, besides clothes, sent to don Manl. Francisco Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo by Thomas Menchaca, Jph. Thomas Anguiano and Victoria Fabures. 1776, October 4:
2 pp. D.
3037.
Saltillo. Sanchez Navarro to his "Compadre". Gives an account of activities. 1776, October 31:
2 pp. ALS.
2493.
Navarro at Tapado to don Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Writes concerning mules, sheep, horses and the trouble with the Indians. 1776, December 6:
4 pp. ALS.
2500.
Joseph Stos. Tigerina at Candelas to don Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Writes that he is sending the reply to the letter of doña Maria Zaragoza, and also fourteen pesos for cloth for a cape. 1776 December 16:
3 pp. LS.
2499.
Maria Zaragoza Sanchez Navarro at Monterrey writes to her brother don Miguel Sanchez Navarro that the Vicinador intends to begin in Monterrey and to be in don Miguel's own after the Holy Week. Mentions some money that she wishes him to keep for her. 1776, December 16:
3 pp. LS.
2986.
Madrid. Me. Ant. de Bustillo to Josef Migl. Shz. Navarro. Says that he has just received an order to return to his military post. 177, January 24:
2 pp. ALS.
3409.
San Miguel. Domingo Caruso de Allende to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Wants him to send sheep and other stock; says he will send "tercios" to Saltillo. States that the Armada has left Cadiz, and that it is composed of 96 ships, 41 war ships and the rest transports. No one seems to know definitely what its destination is -- some say Buenos Aires, other Havana and Puerto Rico. 1777, February 12:
3 pp. LS.
2502.
Fr. Pedro Parras at the Mission de N.S.S. Francisco de Vizarron writes to don Joseph Miguel Sanchez Nabarro of the Indian raid on the Presidio of Agua Vende. 1777, March 3:
1 p. ALS.
3411.
San Miguel. Domingo Caruso de Allende to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells him that his "tros." will be in Saltillo in hands of Barroco between the 15th & the 20 of April. 1777, March 20:
2 pp. ALS.
3410.
Colegio de San Francisco de Sales. Jose Mariano de Monzon to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he is continuing his study of philosophy, and that all are well. 1777, March 21:
3 pp. ALS.
3408.
Santa (?). Berndo. Jose Carrajeo to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Speaks of Indian troubles; says they have killed five men. Wants some "Balleta negra de Castilla"; says that the arrival of the Governor has delayed his trip to Guanajuato. 1777, March 26:
2 pp. ALS.
2486.
Nicolas R.P. Cenecedo at Misission of San Miguel writes to don Joseph Migl. Sanchez Navarro asking aid because of his necessity. 1777, April 13:
2 pp. ALS.
2681.
Navarro's son to his father. Discusses an accident, and various matters concerning the ranch. 1777, May 5:
4 pp. LS.
745.
Cappellan Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro to Dn. Jph del Castillo y Barzena. Acknowledging receipt of letter of the 24th with regard to his account. Difference in accounts. Remarks about sheep and tithe. More about accounts. 1777, July --:
4 pp. ALS.
2860.
Mexico. Instrument granting permission to Don Manuel Francisco Sanchez Nabarro to brand his cattel with the brand shown; giving him authority to seize as his own all cattle so branded. (Page within folio) 1877, January 7, request of Manuel Franco. Shez Navarro and legal authorization of same, at Villa de Santiago de la Monclova. 1777, August 11:
3 pp. DS.
2917.
San Carlos de Candela, D. Jose Ramon, Don Bartolome de Mechaca and Soriano obtain confirmation of title to two houses and lots. The property of D. Jose Man is sold at auction to pay a debt of 195 pesos 7 1/2 reales due D. Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro. 1777, October 16, to 1778, September 1:
21 pp. DS.
3452.
Saltillo. Ysabel and Leonarda Sanchez Navarro to Josef Migel Sanchez Navarro. State that they are all well except the little one who has fever. Send some print. 1778 --28:
3 pp. ALS.
1321.
Diego Rutelo de Villarreal at Popa to Dn Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Reports he has handed mule to bearer of his letter. 1778, June 3:
1 p. ALS.
2037.
Andres Visste de Vrizar in Mexico to Sr. Licdo. dn. Miguel Sanches Nabarro. Arranges to buy sheep from don Miguel at 21 1/8 reales, delivery to be made about the middle of September. 1778, June 27:
1 p. ALS.
93.
Names bearers, who drove mule herd for him, and asks that they be paid a certain amount and the amount charged to accounts of the amo. 1778, May 24:
2 pp. ALS.
1307.
Jph Diez Tamayo at San Diego de Sardinas to Curate and Vicary Dn. Jph Miguel Sanchez. Asks him when he may send for the father to hear the confessions of the men. Reports that they are surrounded by Apaches, and that they see Indians every day. 1779, July 8:
2 pp. ALS.
3398.
Guadalajara. Fr. Pedro de Cristal to Jose Miguel Navarro. Says he has done what he was requested to do by Navarro. 1779, August 29:
1 p. ALS.
1705.
Saltillo. Ana Getrudes and Juana Josefa to Manuel Francisco Sanchez and Dona Mariana Ignacia Palao. Acknowledging receipt of a letter, the 40 pesos sent to them, and giving details as to church fiesta, and sending various trinquets. 1779, September 29:
3 pp. LS.
3386.
Santa Gertrudis. Martin Valdes to []. Says he has found skeleton of Joaquin who was killed by enemy and asks that these bones be buried. 1779, October 9:
2 pp. LS.
2497.
Fr. Alto Lozaro de la Pena writes don Miguel Sanchez Navarro that he is sending him some money and that he no longer plans to go to Coahuila. 1779, October 19:
2 pp. ALS.
2934.
Santa Rosa, Maria del Sacramento. Purchase of a Slave for 150 pesos by Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro from Juan Pedro Castellano. 1779, December 10:
3 pp.
713.
Nabarro to Don Jph Miguel Shez Nabarro. Relative to the delivery of corn. Martinez is taking 16 bags of fat and lard. Mentions other articles of merchandise. Gives report on work, and on sheep, on branding, and on condition of workers. 1780, January 8:
4 pp. ALS.
3614.
Juan Manuel Mejia to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. With reference to church affaris and church contributions, or taxes. 1780, January 25:
2 pp. ALS.
2995.
Shez. Padilla to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says the messenger wants to be baptized. 1780, February 9:
1 p. LS.
542.
Nabarro to Senor Br. Dn. Jph. Miguel Shez. Nabarro. States he hopes to be much better in health after having been bled; he is sending the bleeder with an armed escort; grazing pasturage poor; wheat is excellent; details of local work on hacienda. 1780, April 25:
3 pp. ALS.
543.
Phelipe Padilla to Don Jphe Miguel Sanchez Navarro, curate and vicar in Coahuila. Forwards quadrant; states that the small-pox epidemic is on the wane; other business details. 1780, October 24:
1 p. ALS.
1807.
Jph. Donatto Sanches Navarro at Saltillo to Sr. Lisensiado Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanches Navarro. He is sending 29 mules, onions, cabbage, lettuce and apples. 1780, December 12:
3 pp. ALS.
1399.
Phelipe Padilla at Sardina to Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. He hired Ygnacio Cruz, an Indian, to help harvest corn. Reports amount of corn harvested. 1781, February 18:
1 p. ALS.
2023.
Domingo Narciso de Allende at San miguel to Sor. Cura Lisdo. dn. Jose Migl. Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. He asks don Miguel to turn over the ewes from his hacienda to the bearer of this letter. 1781 February 20:
1 p. LS.
92.
Jph Leonardo Sanchez Navarro at Laredo to ---. Reports he had to send funds to the head of the diocese. He wants a draft for 200 pesos sent to him. Note on margin: Replied on August 12, 1781, and draft for 300 sent. 1781, July 23:
1 p. ALS.
2585.
San Esteban de la Universidad de Aya en la Prov. de Guixuzcoa, Bishopric of Pamplona. Batptismal record of rector. 1781, November 6:
3 pp. DS.
594.
Maria Ygnes Zanchez at San Buena Ventura to Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Because of her illness she is compelled to trouble him for two pounds of chocolate and two pounds of sugar and some soap. 1782, February 1:
2 pp.
2858.
Franco. Antto. Sanh. de Zamora at Santa Rosa to Sr. Dn. Manl. Franco. Sanh. Nabarro. Asks him to pay 150 pesos, a debt he cannot meet because of poor crops. Promises to repay him the coming July. 1782, March 3:
2 pp. ALS.
2984.
Altamira. Jose Vicente Dias to Melchor Sanchez Navarro. Tells of death of a servant. 1782, June 24:
2 pp. ALS.
3506.
Account of Manuel Franco. Sanchez Navarro. 1782, December 11:
3 pp.
3392.
Juana Gertrudis Garsia to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says her husband told her to turn to him for aid. 1782, December 18:
2 pp. ALS.
2965.
Monterrey. Jose Mariano Monzon to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he expects to arrive next month; is afraid of Indians on road. 1782, December 28:
2 pp. ALS.
2987.
Valle de Santa Rosa. Jph. Miguel Molano to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells of Indian depredations. 1783, January 13:
2 pp. ALS.
2956.
Franco de Mattha to Jph Mig. Sanches Navarro. Says he is ill. 1783, July 8:
2 pp. ALS.
1997.
H. Josef Badiola at Nadadores to Sr. Cura Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. The criminal before mentioned is a really unfortunate man, for whom the writer has assumed the cost of sending letters to the governor; all his possessions have been attached and his purse taken away in prison. 1783, July 20:
2 pp. ALS.
2955.
Franco. de Mattha to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he will be in Agua Dulce on certain date. 1783, July 26:
1 p. ALS.
2950.
Santa Rosa. Jph. Miguel Molano to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells of death by Indians of his nephew, Jph. Molano. 1783, September 18:
2 pp. ALS.
1991.
Santo at home to Sor. Br. Dn. Jose Migl. Sanches Navarro. He asks to perform the marriage of Franco. Padilla, his servant. 1784:
1 p. DS.
3020.
Jose Flores to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Complains of his hard luck. 1784:
2 pp. ALS.
2982.
Santa Rosa. Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says 10 hired men and laborers have returned with Agustin Dias; gives report on animals. 1784, January 27:
2 pp. ALS.
2967.
Santa Rosa. Jph. Miguel Molano to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Personal letter giving advice. 1784, February 15:
2 pp. ALS.
2994.
Franco. de Mattha to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Concerning certain account. 1784, February 20:
2 pp. ALS.
2961.
Nadadores. Francisco Balentin Rodriguez to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Concerning corn crops. 1784, February 23:
2 pp. ALS.
452.
Statement of Rabago as to integrity of Joaquin Gonzales de Paredes. Signed by three witnesses. Declaration of Joaquin Sanchez Navarro and repies to six questions as to parentage, ancestry, legitimacy, etc. of Maria Catalina Gonzalez Galindo. 1784, March 9:
4 pp. DS.
452A.
Statement sworn to before Juan de Rabajo. Don Vicente swears to Maria Catalina Gonzales Galindo being the legitimate daughter of Joaquin Gonzales de Paredes and his wife Maria Antonia Galindo, also swears as to identity of her grandparents, answering six questions of proof. Signed also by Juachin Gomes, Bicente de Aldreste, Raphael Hurtado de Mendoza, Franco. Igo. de la Pena. Parallel information given by Franco. M. de Trevino.
4 pp. DS.
452B.
Continuation of declaration of Franco. Matias de Trevino. Signed by Juan de Rabago, Franco. Mathias Trevino, Juachin Gomez, Rafael Hurtado Mendoza, Franco. Igno. de la Pena. Declaration of Joaquin de Espinosa.
4 pp. DS.
3002.
Candela. Certifies that Joseph Flores Valdez of Coahuila has confessed and taken communion. Signed Fr. Thoms. de la Porteria. 1784, March 14:
1 p. ADS.
1817.
Diego de Santos at home to Sr. Br. Dn. Jose Migl. Sanches Nabarro. Asks don Miguel to give burial to Salvador Meuebaca, his servant at Sardinas, and to charge it to his account. 1784, March 19:
1 p. ADS.
2584.
Dn Joaquin Gonzales de Paredes gives six questions to which witnesses are to answer to establish ligitimacy, etc. of his daughter Da. Maria Catalina Gonzalez Galindo. Followed by instrument. 1784, March 29:
4 pp. DS.
453.
Sworn statement as to the age of Sexta Teron. Depositions of Nicolas Gutierrez concerning the parentage, ancestry, and religious standing, etc. of Maria Catalina Gonzales Galindo, sworn to before five persons. Introduction to declaration of Vicente Alderete. 1784, March 31:
4 pp. incomplete. DS.
451.
Sph Juachim Gonzales de Paredes to Sor. Tente. de Justicia Mayor. Decree of baptism requested for his daughter Maria Catalina Gonzales Galindo. Act of baptism added to decrees of legitimacy, purity of blood and nobility. Sworn to by Juan de Rabago, Franco. Igno. de la Peña, Raphael Hurtado Mendoza. 1784, April 5:
2 pp. DS.
1990.
Santo at home writes Sor. Br. Dn. Jose Migl. Sanches Navarro asking him to christen the son of one of his servants and charge the fees to his account. 1784, Aprill:
1 p. DS.
450.
Don Joachin Gonzalez de Paredes institutes acts of legitimacy, purity, nobility, etc. for his daughter, Maria Catalina Gonzales Galindo. Mentions her dowry. Signed by Juachin Gonzales de Paredes. Act signed by Juan de Rabago and two others. 1784, April 13:
3 pp. DS.
2377.
Don Juan de Rabago Acknowledges the transfer of property owned by D. Joaquin Gonzales de Paredes to his daughter Dona Maria Catalina Gonzalez Galindo. Santa Rosa. 1784, April 13-16:
4 pp. DS.
2962.
Sabinas. Juan Joseph de la Cruz to his wife. Says she must have patience. 1784, April 23:
1 p. ALS.
2973.
Navarro to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Has sent Thones with two loads of wood; tells of Indian depredations. 1784, May 3:
1 p. ALS.
2661.
Monterrey. At the request of Br. Dn. Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro, special observance of rites granted by Bishop of Nuevo Leon, with reference to the Ranch San Ignacio del Paso Tapado. 1784, May 12:
8 pp. DS.
2988.
Pesqueria Gre. Jose Fernando Bozques to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells of Indians stealing his beef; wants to know if they have been recovered by troops. 1784, May 15:
2 pp. ALS.
2958.
Tapado. Jph. Anto. de Trevino to Josef Sanchez Navarro. Says Juan Martinez is bringing some meat and lard. Wants his child baptized. 1784, May 25:
1 p. ALS.
2652.
Monterrey. Jn. Rafael Josef, Bishop of Nuevo Reino de Leon, grants to Sor. Josse Miguel Sanchez certain rights as curate ecclesiastic judge of Coahuila. He may say mass at a portable altar at the various ranches and haciendas, administer sacraments, and bury the dead, etc. 1784, June 15:
3 pp. DS.
2050.
Jph. Cayetano Maldonado to Sr. Bre. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanches Navarro. He asks help of don Miguel because of his sister's illness. 1784, June 20:
2 pp. ALS.
2941.
Tapado. Navarro to his father, Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Concerning carpenters. 1784, June 27:
1 p. ALS.
2959.
Coahuila. Juana Rosa Sanchez to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Wants to barrow four pesos. 1784, July 5:
1 p. ALS.
2966.
Franco. de Mattha to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Is sending three mule-loads of flour and salt. 1784, July 12:
2 pp. ALS.
2971.
Tapado. Tomas Torres to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says the bricklayers have not arrived; will start work without them. 1784, July 14:
1 p. ALS.
1947.
Mariana Jph. Monzon at Monta Rey writes Señor Br. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is sending the great chest of holy oils belonging to the missions of the province of Monterrey. The bishop is well and has had a cave dug to keep his meat fresh and his water cool. He is sending two dozen aguacates and one dozen lemons. 1784, July 28:
4 pp. ALS.
1965.
Juan Mauricio Cayuzo at Parra to Sr. Ga. Vo. Don Jose Migel Zanches Nabarro. He has received the warrant for 100 pesos; paid two pesos freight from Parra to Saltillo on the bells and the other three he has turned over to Lorenzo Calderon to deliver to don Jose. 1784, August 2:
2 pp. ALS.
3389.
Saltillo. Maria Lionarda Sanchez to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Is sending him some pears and other things. 1784, August 5:
2 pp. ALS.
3004.
Navarro to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Is sending Juan Dias with cart. Says if it does not rain, crops will be no good. 1784, August 11:
2 pp. ALS.
3019.
Marcos Lauriano Suarez to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Is sending men for shearing. 1784, August 12:
2 pp. ALS.
1964.
Jose Antonio Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo to Sr. L. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. The bishop has just arrived in Saltillo from Monterrey. the writer will learn the purpose of his visit and notify don Jose. 1784, August 20:
??? pp. ALS.
1962.
Franco. Castellano at home writes Sr. Br. Dn. Josph. Miguel Shz. Navarro. There is water on the road to Saltillo; Antonio Zimon has been sick at the home of Ansures. 1784, August 22:
2 pp. ALS.
1972.
Juana Josefa Shez. Navarro at Coahuila to Sor. Br. Dn. Josephe Miguel Shz. Navarro. She is, glad to know he arrived safely. She is sending his clothes; the family and friends send gretings. 1784, August 22:
2 pp. ALS.
1815.
Juan Antonio de Olivares at Coaguila to Sr. Cura Dn. Jph. Miguel Shz. Navarro. Thanks him for the cheese, the expressions of his affection and the fact that don Miguel commends him in the mass. 1784, August 22:
1 p. ALS.
1970.
Jose Vicente Arispe at Coahuila writes his godfather, Sr. Ldo. Dn. Jose Miguel M. Zaches Navarro: he will consult the bishop, as Don José advises; his father is unable to pay Don José the money he owes, but is willing to deed in payment the ranch of La Casita. 1784, August 23:
4 pp. ALS.
2031.
Franco. Castellano at Coahuila to Señor Br. Dn. Joseph Miguel Shz, Navarro: he includes the permit for the wool; the escolteros, Baldes, Alarcon and Joaquin Menchaca are leaving; Antonio Simon is still ill; he sends by Baldes 3 pieces of silver from the pouch of his master, the barra and the pickaxe. 1784, August 24:
2 pp. ALS.
1973.
Jph. Vicente de Arispe at Coahuila to Sr. Lizdo, Don Josef Miguel Sanchez Nabarro: the ranch of La Casita has ten sitios de mayor and six sitios de menor with nine caballerias of land. 1784, August 26:
3 pp. LS.
1814.
Francisco Castellano at Coahuila to Sr. Br. Dn. Joseph Miguel Shz. Navarro at Tapado: he has received the letter and the andante; he has notified the wife of master Joseph to come for the corn and beans; he is sending a hundred pesos; Don Josef Flores wishes to rent some rooms from him. 1784, August 26:
2 pp. ALS.
1813.
Francisco Castellano at Coahuila to Sr. Br. Dn. Joseph Miguel Shz. Navarro at Tapado: he has notified Don Josef Flores that the house is rented and he has paid Balentin Ig. and Don Julian Ribas' son; he is sending Don Miguel's clothes, his and Romancito's clothing, two bundles of cigars, the breviary and the ashary. 1784, August 29:
2 pp. ALS.
2999.
Jph. Cayetano Maldonado to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro: asking for 25 pesos. 1784, Sept. 12:
2 pp. ALS.
1956.
Roman de Letona at Tapado to Sor. Br. Dn. Migl. Shaz. Navarro; the carriers are taking 3 arrobas and 21 libras of black wool; the corn and kidney beans are ruined because of the drouth. 1784, Sept. 19:
1 p. ALS.
1951.
Navarro at Tapado to Sor. Br. D. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro: he has arranged to send men and horses to Las Oregas where the new lambs are arriving; he sends 6 pieces of the slaughter. 1784, October 3:
1 pp. ALS.
3006.
Pedro Jose de Esparza to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro, Concerning marriage of the mozo, Marcelo and Rosa Camarillo. 1784, Oct. 7:
2 pp. ALS.
2969.
The. Padilla to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Says he has found no one with whom to deliver the metal. 1784, Oct. 17:
1 p. ALS.
1922.
Josepha Andrea Ximenes at Santa Rosa writes Sor. Br. Dn. José Migl. Shez. Navarro, asking aid because of his poverty. 1784, December 14:
2 pp. ALS.
2006.
Br. Juan. Joseph de Laphita y Derri at Tlaxcala to Sor. Licdo. Dn. Joseph Migl. Sanchez Nabarro: he regrets to know that Don Miguel has a bad cold and offers to prepare a remedy if the latter will send cuartillos of brandy, 6 cuartillos of old wine, 3 cuartillos of white wine, a small piece of gold and a pound of rose sugar, all needed for making the remedy. 1785, [?]
3 pp. ALS.
2996.
San Buenaventura. Jph. Joaquin del Fierro to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Wants to pay with corn for some wine. 1785, Jan. 1:
2 pp. ALS.
1993.
Nicolas Jph. Rodriguez at Punta de Lampazos to Sr. Br. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro: he is sending his wife, who has been afflicted with fits, to the town where Don Miguel is in order to effect her recovery under the care of the reverend father. 1785, Jan. 7:
2 pp. ALS.
2620.
Santa Rosa. Navarro -- -- to Sor. Br. D. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Discusses rising prices of freight. 1785, Jan. 9:
3 pp. ALS.
80.
Jph. Migl. Molano Valle de Santa Rosa to D. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro: Asks him to recommend him for the parish. Discusses the case of a servant who wants to get married. 1785, Jan. 10
2 pp. ALS.
1966.
José Domingo. de Letona at San Ildefonso de Mejico writes Sor. Lic. Dn. José Migl. Sanchez Navarro: Dn. Lucas has not been able to secure the instruments from Guadalajara; he gives a detailed account of his studies and asks for aid. 1785, Jan. 11:
5 pp. ALS.
81.
Navarro at Monclova to Dn. Andres Vizente de Urizar: Letter of December 15th tells him of mistake in statement that shoes and hats were sent to him. Discusses his accounts for merchandise. 1785, Jan. 12:
2 pp. ALS.
3034.
Sardinas. Shez. Padilla to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells of affair between a peon and a girl, and that peon refuses to marry the girl. 1785, Jan. 25:
2 pp. ALS.
2970.
Santa Rita. Joaquin Flores to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he has followed his instructions and José Duran has departed with the mules. 1785, Feb. 19:
1 p. ALS.
2541.
Valle de Santa Rosa. Franco Antonio Sanchez de Zamora, attorney of Dn. Manuel Sanchez Navarro asks protection of forests on his land because they are being destroyed. 1785, Apr. 6:
3 pp. DS.
3520.
Mexico. José Domingo de Letona to José Sanchez Navarro. Says Antonio Zertucha has left with the books, and gives list of books and prices. 1785, Apr. 20:
3 pp. ALS.
1918.
Navarro at Tapado writes Sor. Br. D. Jph. Miguel Shez. Navarro at Coaguila that Treviñ the bearer of this letter, has had all his horses carried away by the Indians; that it is not possible for Treviño, to live in Candela, because he has been persecuted by the Alcalde; he plans to take this issue before the governor. 1785, Apr. 22:
2 pp. ALS.
3003.
Sardinas. Shes. Padilla to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. It concerns the funeral arrangements of a man. 1785, Apr. 27:
2 pp. ALS.
2046.
José Domingo de Letona at San Ildefonso de Mexico to Sor. Lic. Don José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He will spend his vacation at San Miguel because of his obligation to his godfather; Don Lucas has not written because of his difficulties with Salvatierra over land and water rights. 1785, Apr. 27:
4 pp. ALS.
2061.
Jph. Cayetano Maldonado to Sr. Cura Don Miguel Zanches Navarro. He and his family send their beat wishes; he asks Don Miguel to christen the child of Sr. Juan Antonio de Cardenas, and to charge the fee to his account. 1785, May 3:
1 p. ALS.
3604.
Mexico. Andres. Vicente de Urezar to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he has paid libranza [a fine]; that he is sorry of loss of sheep because of the dry weather and Indian depredations; he discusses the purchase of cloth. 1785, May 11:
3 pp. ALS.
3022.
She. Padilla to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He says that on the 17th Antonia was buried. 1785, May 20;
2 pp. ALS.
2997.
San Buenadventura. Jph. Antonio Mendes Ydalgo to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. That he will be there on Friday with the child to be baptized. 1785, May 23:
2 pp. ALS.
3605.
Mexico. Andres Viste. de Urosar to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. In concern to the price of mutton; says Bernardo de Galvez is coming as "Virrey interino;" expects goods to lower in price. Discusses the weather. 1785, May 25:
2 pp. ALS.
2989.
Revilla. José Nepomuceno Gil to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is sending a shepherd named Pablo to him; talks about mules and that he is leaving for Saltillo. 1785, May 28:
3 pp. ALS.
1919.
José Antonio., José Christobal, María Ygsabel, María Gertrudis, María Leonardo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo write to Sr. Don. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro, and thank him for news of their sister Juanita's wedding. 1785, June 26:
2 pp. ALS.
1992.
H. Joseph Badiola at Nadadores to Sr. Br. Don Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Don Manuel has recovered; the rain has helped the corn greatly, but some wheat will be lost because of the drouth. 1785, July 2:
2 pp. ALS.
1896.
H. Josef Badiola at Nadadores writes to Sr. Br. Don Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro with reference to a betrothed couple whose marriage is protested by the girl's father who has promised her hand to another suitor. 1785, July 6:
2 pp. ALS.
2949.
Santa Rosa. Joaquin Sanchez Navarro to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He says Don Diego Camacho was a cousin of his father's, and outlines other family ties. 1785, July 6:
2 pp. ALS.
3603.
Mexico. Andres Vicente de Urozar to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He says he has paid the two libranzas, and that he expects 80 to 90 head of mutton from him; he discusses prices of same. 1785, July 20:
4 pp. ALS.
1987.
Br. Juan Joseph de Laphita Y Derri at Tlaxcala to Sor. Licdo. Don Miguel Sanchez Nabarro. He gives directions for taking some medicine, and advises that the papers are being distributed. He judges from what Don Miguel writes, that the supposed tumor of Don Manuel is a fistula. 1785, July 20:
2 pp. ALS.
2998.
Boca de Leones. Anastacio de Sanchez Romero to Josef Sanchez Navarro. A request for mules. 1785, July 21:
2 pp. ALS.
2940.
San Buenaventura. Melchor Flores to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He tells of the activities of different workmen. 1785, Aug. 22:
2 pp. ALS.
1946.
Navarro at Tapado to Sor. Br. D. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He will send the mutton and dried meat requested; that the shearing will be finished by the end of the week; he has written to Las Encinas telling them to send their people to confession before Padre Borrego returns to Coahuila; he is sending 54 loads of wool today; he still suffers with his spine. 1785, Aug. 22:
3 pp. ALS.
1816.
Jph. Antto. Mendes y Dalgos at San Buenaventura to Sr. Br. Dn. Jph. Miguel Zanchez Nabarro. He wishes to sell Don Miguel a house 12 varas long and 4 varas wide. 1785, Sept. 6:
2 pp. ALS.
2946.
Buenaventura. Melchor Flores to Miguel Sanchez Navarro in Coahuila. He says he needs 12 mules. 1785, Sept. 7:
2 pp. ALS.
2939.
Ynasio de Castro to his "Amo y muy Señor." He is sending oxen and bulls; and speaks relative to the punishment of a certain pastor. 1785, Oct. 2:
2 pp. ALS.
1979.
Marcos Laureano Suarez at Tlaxcala to Sr. Liedo. Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He asks for a load of flour, because of his need and the scarcity of grain in those parts of the country. 1785, Oct. 9:
2 pp. ALS.
2944.
Ynasio de Castro to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is sending meat and lard, tallow, and reports on other farm matters. 1785, Dec. 11:
2 pp. ALS.
2030.
Ferndo. Basquez Borrego at home to Sr. Br. Dn. Miguel Sanchez Nabarro at Coahuila. He states that he owes him 3 fanegas and 2 almudes of wheat; that he is sending the cuadrante in order that he may adjust the abensiones; he cannot give an account of the calves at this time. 1786, [?]
1 p. ALS.
1969.
Fr. Manuel Montano at Amacueca to Sor. Cura Dn. Josse Miguel Sanchez. He sends the letter along with an almanac or calendar. 1786, Jan. 1:
2 pp. ALS.
2953.
Ynasio de Castro to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports on the wheat crop. 1786, Jan. 3:
2 pp. ALS.
2687.
Ignacio de Castro to Sr. Br. Dn. Miguel Sanches Nabarro. Five brief reports of crops and details of farm work. 1786, Jan. 6:
10 pp. ALS.
2952.
Fernando Bazquez Borrego to Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. He tells of the sudden death of a woman, but does not give her name. 1786, Jan. 10:
1 p. ALS.
1986.
Navarro at Santa Rosa to Sor. Br. Dn. José Miguel Shez. Navarro. He has had an attack of colic, for which padre Vizuete has prescribed llescas and salsa Parilla; he is sending the key of the room and shop at Tapado; he asks that he tell Yendes not to send his shepherds because of the drouth. 1786, Jan. 10:
2 pp. LS.
1892.
José Domingo de Letona at Mexico writes Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro that his delay in answering is due to the fact that he has just seen the cashier of Sor. Baxoco about the accounts; that he regrets to trouble Don José again, and that he regrets Don José is still ill. 1786 Jan. 25:
2 pp. ALS.
1891.
Domingo de Barrio at San Miguel writes D. Josse Miguel Sanchez Nabarro. Due to the fact of the indisposition of his master, Don Domingo Narciso de Allende, to inform him that the shepherds will not be sent to receive the sheep, that the memorandum of drafts prepared by Don Manuel will be sent next week; that Don Domingo has heard from Don Leonardo. 1786, Feb. 1:
3 pp. ALS.
2201.
Vicente Arispe asks Sr. Br. Dn. José Miguel Zanches Nabarro for a loan of 37 pesos, and promises to repay it Nov. 1st. 1786, Feb. 4:
1 p. ALS.
1850.
Miguel Bustillo and Juan Banjo in San Luis Potosi ask the priest in Coahuila to dedicate his efforts to distribute the sumario's of the Holy Crusada. 1786, Feb. 6:
1 p. DS.
2935.
Navarro to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He mentiones the excort of some sheep, and says there are no butcher knives in Tapado, and few pocket knives; discusses slaughtering of animals. 1786, Feb. 8:
4 pp. ALS.
1980.
Navarro at Santa Rosa to Sor. Br. Dn. iph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tomas has told him of the Indians at Tapado; Clemente has arrived with the stock; his tumor has burst; the heirs of Lieutenant Colonel Rodriguez will pay the debt of the deceased. 1786, Feb. 14:
2 pp. ALS.
3026.
Coahuila. He says he has been to see the governor and sends his regards and tells him not to work too hard; he is sending some clothes and two letters. 1786, Feb. 19:
2 pp. ALS.
2948.
Manuel Resendes to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. The letter is about cargos of flour and wheat. 1786, Feb. 20:
2 pp. ALS.
3029.
Navarro to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Tapado. He says he is bringing some mules, and is glad he is in good health. 1786, Feb. 21:
2 pp. ALS.
1880.
Pedro Fueros at Monclova writes S. Don José Miguel Sanchez Navarro; that he has received his letter of sympathy; that Don Santiago has spoken to him about Don Thomas Munguia; that he wishes him good health. 1786, Feb. 21:
2 pp. ALS.
1890.
Francisco Castellano at Coahuila writes to Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro, with reference to Juan Diaz' coming with eight loads of wheat; the payment of the Diezimo, the mules, corn, etc.; that Doña Texera, Don Santiago and others send greetings. 1786, Feb. 21:
4 pp. ALS.
2978.
Coahuila. Franco. Castellano to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Tapado. He is sending two bottles of wine and aguardiente, also clothes for Romancito; they have had freezing weather. 1786, Feb. 26:
2 pp. ALS.
3027.
Coahuila. Carranza to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Tapado. Wants to buy tallow. 1786, Feb. 27:
1 p. ALS.
3043.
Nicolas Perez to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He wants some cracklings and is sending Antonio for them. 1786, Feb. 27:
1 p. LS.
Santo at Sardina's to Sor. Br. Dn. Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is sending two horses in order that a priest may come to confess the people of his hacienda. 1786, Feb. 30:
1985.
Pedro de Abrego at Monclova writes Sor. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Tapado. All the items he has ordered are already loaded; Padre Rafael is fulfilling his obligations. 1786, March 1:
2 pp. ALS.
1834.
Francisco Castellano to Sor. Br. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He writes that he has received the little basket and napkins from Quiñones; tells of having written to the villages that they must pay up what they owe; also gives reports on crops; sends his regards and those of his household. 1786, March 1:
3 pp. ALS.
3045.
Navarro to Jph. Sanchez Navarro. He says the runaways, Asensio Quiñones, Carlos Barron, and Carlos Ochoa have been found at San Antonio de Bexar. 1786, March 2:
2 pp. ALS.
2221
Navarro at Santa Rosa to Sor. Br. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Writes to tell him that María Ignacia is in a bad condition with ulcers caused by prescribed medicine and diet. She is suffering so intensely that he cannot bear to see her suffer. Writes that he will see him (D. V.) on the tenth of the month. 1786, March 3:
2 pp. ALS.
3028.
Coahuila. Francisco Castellano to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is sending chile, "Baieta negra," and 2 doz. ladies' shoes. 1786, March 5:
1 p. ALS.
2945.
Coahuila. Francisco Castellano to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Tapado. Says he received cracklings, meat and tallow. 1786, March 9:
2 pp. ALS.
2380.
Documents pertaining to a petition for a land and water grant made by Don Pedro Fuero, governor of the province, to Don Francisco Xavier Berin. 1786, March 9 - April 5:
7 pp. DS.
2376.
Matías José Ruiz de Guadiana, Magistrate of Santa Rosa, records the sale of a plot of ground by María Jesus del Rio to Don Francisco Xavier Berain. 1786, March 18:
3 pp. DS.
1811.
Navarro at Tapado to Sr. Br. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is sending various articles by Juan Jph. Maldonado (among them a candlestick, a large knife, little sacks, an axe, tablecloths, napkins, etc.); Francisco Tabares and the Indians of Nadadores are there; 17 loads of wheat have left; the shearing will soon be finished. 1786, March 20:
2 pp. ALS.
2951.
Sardinas. Julian Sanchez to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is sending 8 pesos; will have to wait for wheat crop before he can send the rest of the money. 1786, March 28:
1 p. ALS.
Roḿán Letona to his uncle, Sr. Br. Dn. Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Tapado. Tells of helping prisoners to escape from stacks and flee. The bearer came with a paper asking delivery of two horses, and has gone to hunt a mare. 2686. No number of pages or document identification given. 1786, Apr. 16:
2045.
Ands. Visste. de Urizar at Mexico City to Sr. Cura Don Josseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is informed that the goods sent Don Miguel are in possession of his brother; he has not found the warrant drawn against him; he cannot find an arriero who will go to tierra adentro because of the high price of corn; this scarcity has entirely interrupted commerce; there is an epidemic of influenza in Mexico City and Puebla; many are dying. 1786, Apr. 26:
3 pp. ALS.
2062.
Manuel Basqs. Borrego to Sr. Br. Dn. Miguel Sanchez. She wishes to rent a house from him and asks him to lower the rent. 1786, May 3:
2 pp. ALS.
2051.
Juan Ignasio Delgadillo at Saltillo to---. He writes about borrowing a horse from Sr. Mata for a trip; he has visited the sisters of the person to whom he is writing and informed them of the health of Don Manuel and his wife. 1786, May 12:
1 p. ALS.
2032.
Maria Sanchez at Coahuila to Sr. Br. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanches Navarro. She asks for corn or flour because of her need and the illness of Jpha. 1786, May 13:
1 p. ALS.
2042.
Ands. Visste. de Urizar at Mexico to Sr. Lido. Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanches Navarro. He wishes to know when his Bacieros are to be in Analo to receive the sheep; there is no arriero to be sent until it begins to rain; the wheat crop is abundant, but there is very little corn in the vicinity of Mexico City. 1786, May 31:
1 p. ALS.
2063.
Mariano Jph. Monzon at Monterrey to Sor. Licdo. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Having recovered his health, the bishop is now planning to be in Saltillo the 19th; he intends to stay at the hacienda of Santa Maria, because of the climate; the drouth is causing damage. 1786, June 1:
2 pp. ALS.
828.
Jph. Chacon to Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Monclova. Gives him report on stock. Tells him of need of corn. [17]86, June 2:
2 pp. ALS.
2016.
Navarro writes his "Padre y señor" that in spite of his having written the wheat harvest will be finished the next Friday but the mulada will not be there until the seventh of July. 1786, June 13:
1 p. ALS.
2005.
Jose Antonio Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo to Sr. L. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. His father has been bitten by a mad dog, but so far his wounds have not amounted to anything; the bishop spent last night at the hacienda of Santa Maria. 1786, June 23:
2 pp. ALS.
1914.
Miguel Bustillo and Juan Banjo at San Luis Potosi notify Sor. Br. Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro that D. Francisco Lermor has given up the responsibility of distributing the Sumarios of the Holy Crusade and asking Don Miguel to assume the same. 1786, June 23:
2 pp.
2035.
Leonicio Valverde at Nadador to Sr. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. No part of the diezmo has been collected yet; there is no unthrashed corn because of the lack of the barrow; he has about one-third of the arrears; the shepherds are on the way; sickness has delayed the farm work. 1786, June 27:
1 p. ALS.
Francisco de Mattha. to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. It concerns the death of Doña Juanita. 2957. No page number or identification given. 1786, July 3:
3047.
Fernando Bazquez Borrego to Miguel Sanchez Navarro in Coahuila. Gives report on crops. 1786, July [?] 4:
2 pp. ALS.
1996.
Maria Ignacia de Vantia at Voca de Leones writes to Señor Br. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro of the marriage of her daughter, Gertrudis, to Don Jose Maria Plaza. 1786, July 4:
1 p. ALS.
3064.
Los Angeles. Birth certificate of Maria de la Soledad Yrinea, Josepha, Antonia who was born on the 3rd. Signed by Francisco Antonio Aluecos. 1786, July 5:
1 p. DS.
1994.
Jose Maria Plasa at Voca de Leones to Señor Br. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He plans to marry Doña Maria Gertrudis de Villarreal, niece of Don Miguel, on February 14. 1786, July 5:
2 pp. ALS.
1883.
Domingo Narciso de Allende at San Miguel writes to Sor. Cura Lido. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro that many have died there of a contagious sickness but that his son has improved; that the rainfall has been plentiful and favorable for the crops. 1786, July 6:
2 pp. ALS.
2029.
Jose Antonio Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo to Sr. L. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is grieved to know of the death of his aunt, Juanita; his father has suffered no further ill effects from the bite of the dog; that he has a receipt for 1089 pesos which he turned over to the bishop; he has explained to the bishop that illness and Doña Juanita's death have delayed Don Miguel's arrival. 1786, July 7:
4 pp. ALS.
1995.
Julian de la Riva to Sr. C. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He extends condolences on behalf of the latter's comadre and himself; he regrets he cannot furnish the corn requested. 1786, July 13:
2 pp. ALS.
3049.
Francisco de Mattha. to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he has had a hard time with mules and horses. 1786, July 19:
3 pp. ALS.
2576.
Valle de Santa Rosa Ma. del Sacramento. Instrument dealing with division of property of Da. Josefa de Leon, widow of Sargto. Aparicio García between her two daughters Da. Maria Ignacio and Da. María Gertrudis García. Later descendants show rights to land as daughters of Gertrudis García and Manuel Sánchez Navarro. 1786, July 30:
15 pp. DS.
2 copies of first 2 pp.
1999.
Joseph Ventura y Lorenzo at Santa Rosa writes Sor. Br. Dn. Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro with reference to collection of the diezmo at Las Encinas. 1786, July 31:
2 pp. ALS.
1882.
José Antonio Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo writes to Sr. L. Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro, expressing pleasure that his uncle and aunt have improved, that he has written Don Juan Nepomuseno about the matter they discussed and that he has arranged for the arrieros arrival and that Father Leonardo has arrived. 1786, Aug. 1:
2 pp. ALS.
3060.
Francisco de Mattha. to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says his "amo" Don Manuel has been ill; reports on wheat, etc. 1786, Aug. 2:
3 pp. ALS.
3051.
Tlaxa. Marcos Laureano Suarez to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Letter concerns men needed for shearing of sheep; will pay him later for wheat seed. 1786, Aug. 2:
3 pp. ALS.
2047.
Jose Domingo de Letona at Mexico City to Sor. Lic. Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. That he has improved following a surgical operation for a tumor for which he had to borrow money; he has learned of the death of his aunt Juana; he will try to get the mules; the author of the volume is probably padre Señeri. 1786, Aug. 2:
4 pp. ALS.
3376.
Guadalaxara. Maria Josepha Ybarra to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says she has had colera; describes illness in full. 1786, Aug. 3:
4 pp. ALS.
1917.
Jph. Donatto Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo writes S. L. D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro with reference to his bad health and to his dog. 1786, Aug. 6:
2 pp. LS.
3030.
Sardinas. She. Padilla to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. Knows a man who wants to buy some stock. 1786, Aug. 8:
2 pp. ALS.
1913.
Jph. Anto. de Treviño at Punta de Lampasos writes Sr. Br. Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro, asking that the bearer, his brother Jph. Miguel de Treviño be given a little flour for which the writer will be responsible. 1786, Aug. 8:
2 pp. ALS.
2979.
Encinas. Borrego to Miguel Navarro. He is sending drivers for wheat; the health of Lopez is better. 1786, Aug. 15:
2 pp. ALS.
1888.
Maria Ignacia Palau at Santa Rosa writes to Don Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro expressing for herself, her mother, Miguelito, Mariquita y Melchorito their pleasure in his good health and their wishes for his continued welfare. 1786, Aug. 20:
2 pp. ALS.
3383.
Pueblo de Zayula. Fr. Manl. Montano to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says Alexandro Salvatierra has died in a town near Zapotlau el Grande without leaving a will; has seen Sra. Ybarra who lives in poverty; will send him a calendar. 1786, Aug. 23:
3 pp. ALS.
1878.
Francisco Castellano at Coahuila writes Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro that he regrets to know his master's serious condition; that he is sending the lard, wine and chamonile; that the arrieros are completly free from debt, that nothing new has occurred except a wedding. 1786, Aug. 26:
3 pp. ALS.
1851.
Pedro Fueros at Monclova writes to a friend regretting that the surgeon whom the latter wishes to come immediately could not come until today. 1786, Aug. 27:
1 p. ALS.
3421.
San Ygnacio del Pazo Tapado. Report on shearing. 1786, Aug. 28:
1 p.
No document identification given.
2015.
Juan de Luna at San Buenaventura to Sr. Bdo. Dn. Jocphe Miguel Sanchie Navarro. The arriero, Manuel Dumas, received 5 loads of wheat and no more from the owner. 1786, Aug. 29:
1 p. ALS.
3052.
Moneo to Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Tapado. Says his daughter's child was still to born; gives names of three men who have published their marriage bans. 1786, Aug. 30:
2 pp. ALS.
2036.
Francisco Castellano at Coahuila to Sr. Br. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is glad to know of his master's great improvement; Salvador is separating the supplies, according to Don Miguel's orders; also the wheat cleaning is beginning; friends send greetings. 1786, Aug. 30:
2 pp. ALS.
3378.
Monclova. Barrera to Antonio Maldonado. Has given Jose Sipriano permission to thresh his wheat and bring it to this villa. 1786, Sept. 5:
1 p. LS.
Tapado. Navarro to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is sending a cargo of watermelons; says Salvador has arrived with horses and mules; reports on sheep and goats and beef. 2954. No number of pages or document identification given. 1786, Sept. 7:
1889.
José Antonio Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo writes to Sr. Dn. Manuel Franco. Sanchez Navarro that he believes the relics in that city will improve the latter's health; that he has received the wool, and with reference to his brother John's obligation for some mules. 1786, Sept. 9:
2 pp. ALS.
3391.
Tapado. Josef Roman de Letona to Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. Gives report on condition of horses; also on wheat crop. 1786, Sept. 13:
2 pp. ALS.
1881.
Francisco Castellano at Coahuila writes Dn. Jph. Miguel Shez. expressing pleasure that the latter has arrived at his destination, telling how rations have been issued in varying quantities, that Doña Teresa sends greetings. Also he incloses a list of the loads made by the Atajo of Franco. to Saltillo. 1786, Sept. 18:
3 pp. ALS.
2044.
Ands. Visste. de Urizar to Sr. Cura Dn. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. He judges that by this time his bacieros are in possession of the sheep; he knows that Don Miguel has arranged for payment of sums owing the writer; that there must be 222 varas of the linen cloth; the arriero Varron has already gone or he would send the serge; and the linen and the woolen blankets; he hopes that the presence of Don Juan de Ugalde, the commandant, in Santa Rosa, will quiet the Indians. 1786, Sept. 27:
3 pp. LS.
2000.
De Esstrada at Villa de San Fernando to Sor. Br. Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He asks Don Miguel to send him a certificate of baptism for his son in order that the latter may become a military cadet. 1786, October 2:
3 pp. ALS.
1998.
Br. Pedro Fuentes at S. Anto. de Bejar to Sr. Br. Dn. Miguel Sanches. He asks the help of Don Miguel in the collection of 109 pesos from Padre Don Rafael. 1786, Nov. 4:
2 pp. ALS.
3381.
Saltillo. José Antonio Sanchez Navarro to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. The letter concerns the subject of wool and that he is sorry to hear of his illness. 1786, Nov. 7:
2 pp. ALS.
3048.
Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro certifies to copy of his petition to Don Carlos Francisco de Croix concerning an escort of soldiers needed for the safe conduct of certain valuables because of Indians. 1786, Nov. 7:
6 pp.
No document identification given.
2688.
Navarro to Sor. Br. Ca. Jph. Miguel Shez. Navarro at Valle de Santa Rosa. Complains of more pains in arms and legs; the rest of the family are as usual; promises to send sheep to the padres for holy week, at Coahuila. 1786, Nov. 22:
2 pp. ALS.
3382.
San Fernando. Miguel de Estrada to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Has received birth certificate; hopes he is better. 1786, Nov. 27:
2 pp. ALS.
2056.
Borrego at home writes Sr. Br. Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Monclova. He regrets to denounce Juachin Herma; it is probably that the cutting off of the water will affect the corn and therefore he begs him not to interfere with the water. 1786, Nov. 27:
2 pp. ALS.
3387.
Tapado. Roman de Letona to Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells him he has followed his instructions. 1786 [?] Nov. 28:
2 pp. ALS.
[Document torn]
1853.
Domingo Monson in Mexico City writes his uncle, Sr. Licdo. Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro, that he has passed his law exams; that he appreciates the ninety pesos a year given him for his studies. 1786, Nov. 29:
3 pp. ALS.
2002.
Joseé Leonardo Sanchez Navarro at Mesilla to his cousin Sr. Licdo. Don. Josse Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Francisco has delivered to him one barrel of wine and one of brandy, each one of two arroabs, also he has received 10 loads of brownish flour; he is sending Don Miguel 4 mules and 8 goats. 1786, December 3:
1 p. ALS.
2048.
José Domingo de Letona at Mexico City to Sor. Lic. Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He has been very ill with a strong disipela, but the disease has been overcome by blood-letting; the Viceroy has died to the sorrow of the whole city. 1786, Dec. 6:
3 pp. ALS.
1852.
José Francisco Torel [?] at Saltillo writes to Sor. Lizenzdo. Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanchez, that the obligation of D. Josef Antonio Sanches at the royal customs house in Saltillo is cancelled and that he is sending him a lime. 1786, Dec. 8:
2 pp. ALS.
1887.
Jph. Donatto Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo to his brother Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro that the captain Don Rafael Mrs. de Abal wishes to buy five hundred sheep and that he is glad Don José is well. 1786, Dec. 9:
2 pp. LS.
2043.
Ands. Visste. de Urizar at Mexico City to Sr. Cura Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He has sent by previous mail a memorandum of the effects sent by the arriero Barron; he suggests some remedies for the stomach ache. 1786, Dec. 13:
2 pp. LS.
2004.
Br. Josef Sanchez de Suque at the Episcopal Secretary's office in Saltillo to Sor. Cura Br. Dn. Jossef Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Br. Dn. Jossef Rafael Perez has presented his licenses to preach, to celebrate and to confess; the bishop orders Don Miguel to examine him in ethics, interpretation and meanings of the Scriptures, and matters of Sacred Rubric and to report results to the Secretary's office. 1786, Dec. 16:
1 pp. ALS.
3374.
Saltillo. José Antonio Sanchez Navarro to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Complains of ineffeciency of certain officer; speaks of high temper of José Gregorio; reports on wool; 1786, Dec. 18:
4 pp. ALS.
3384.
Saltillo. Cristobal Rodriguez to José Miguel Sanchez. Says its impossible for him to leave at the time and wishes to know how much his account is; says the bishop will leave on the 28th to go to Monterrey because of bad health. 1786, Dec. 22:
1 p. ALS.
3379.
Tapado. Josef Roman de Letona to Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he received the "chapa"; gave Biclorino the wheat; they are picking corn; 1786, Dec. 23:
2 pp. ALS.
2007.
Fr. Igo. Victe. Davila at Saltillo to S. Br. D. Jf. Miguel Sanchez. He is mailing the calendar of the order without a cover and folded once in order that it may go more cheaply. 1786, Dec. 31:
1 p. ALS.
2936.
Ynasio de Castro to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Concerning the removal of milk cows; gives report of crops and stock. 1787 [?]
2 pp. ALS.
3508.
Correspondence of Sr. E. Navarro with his brother Don Manuel who lived in Santa Rosa. Mostly personal. 1787.
50 letters.
2025.
The. Padilla to Sor. Cura Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Nabarro. He has done his best in the matter of the burros; he encloses the record of two deaths on the hacienda. 1787, [no month] 6:
2 pp. ALS.
3507.
Correspondence of Jph. María Unzaga to Manuel Sanchez Navarro. 1787-1788.
5 letters. 1 account,
2049.
José Domingo de Letona at Mexico City to Sor. Lic. Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is sorry to know of Don Miguel's illness, caused by the fatigue of travel; Monzon has been advised a change of climate is necessary; Allende is dying; he has not received the 25 pesetas; he gives further details of the legal matters concerning Salvatierra and Don Lucará. 1787, Jan. 1:
4 pp. ALS.
3036.
Monterrey. Mariano Jph. Monzon to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Discusses family's health; tells of interview with lawyer Lozano; quotes prices on mules, etc. 1787, Jan. 2:
3 pp. ALS.
2017.
Josef Roman de Letona at Tapado to Sr. Br. Dn. Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. The men will be needed for the aijadero sooner than Don Manuel expected; they have gathered 9 cartloads of corn and shelled 29 fanegas for rations and 7 almudes of beans; Monday they will begin to burn the ganga and the limestone. 1787, Jan. 6:
3 ALS.
3385.
Nadadores. Manuel Noverto, et al. to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Season's greetings and wishes. 1787, Jan. 9:
2 pp. ALS.
1812.
José Antonio Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo to Sr. L. Don José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He regrets that he is unable to complete the business with Aguilar and Delgadillo; he has received the 31 loads from D. José Barron, freight paid; he will try to inform his uncle about the mistake in Los Caldos; he is sending paper and bottles by Aguilar. 1787, Jan. 17:
4 pp. ALS.
1885.
Navarro at Tapado writes Sor. Br. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro that by Dolores' letter he sees their message has not had effect; also with reference to the slaughtering, the branding and a letter of Rabago which he instrusts to Francisco. 1787, Jan. 23:
2 pp. ALS.
1808.
Jphe. Padilla to Sor. Cura Don Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He has talked to Don Ignacio with reference to the purchase of some wheat and with reference to the stock. 1787, Jan. 25:
1 p. ALS.
2001.
Navarro at Tapado to Sor. Br. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Jph. Antonio de la Rosta has been brought from las Obejas with a hand cut off; Navarro is sending the bearer to report the affair to the governor, also to obtain medicines. He sends to Cordoba by the arrieros part of the slaughtering; he incloses an account requested by Gomez. He has investigated the credit of Palomo. 1787, Jan. 27:
3 pp. ALS.
2060.
Jph. Rodrigo de Abrego at Sancillo to Sr. Lizdo. Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He encloses some proceedings which the ecclesiastical judge has decided in his favor; he asks Don Miguel to make Don Diego pay him arrears of rent due. 1787, Feb.
2 pp. ALS.
2059.
Navarro at Tapado to Sr. Br. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He writes with reference to gathering together the cattle belonging to the hacienda; also that Villegas is worse and that the captain, Don Manuel Serecedo has given him 296 pesos, 9 reales belonging to the deceased Dn. Franco. Garza. 1787, Feb. 13:
3 pp. ALS.
1976.
José Antonio Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo to Sr. L. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is sending cocoa, oil, cheese; he also sends an account of the cotton, wool, and the slaughtering for the past year; he thanks Don Miguel for the presents he has sent. 1787, Feb. 19:
3 pp. ALS.
2013.
Gandolas at the ranch of Señor San Joseph to Sr. Bachiller Dn. Joseph Miguel Zanchez Nabarro. He asks him to tell Guadalupe Osura to let the writer have some charrones. 1787, Feb. 21:
1 p. ALS.
2058.
Berndo. Manuel de Almasen at Patos to Señor Br. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro; because of the change in prices, he has decided not to buy the ganado de diezmo. 1787, Feb. 21:
3 pp. ALS.
1884.
Salvador Picaro at R. de Nra. Sor. de las Neives writes Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Nabarro concerning the receipt of the latter's permission to publish the marriage banns of Francisco Rodriguez. 1787, Mar. 1:
1 p. ALS.
2055.
Jph. Maria de Ugarta to Sor. Cura Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro; as executor of the estate of his late friend, Domingo de Allende, he writes with reference to the purchase of some cattle. 1787, Mar. 2:
3 pp. ALS.
2041.
Andes. Visste. de Urizar at Mexico to Sr. Ldo. Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He cannot find an arriero to send to Saltillo at this time because of the lack of pastures and the high price of corn. 1787, Mar. 7:
2 pp. LS.
2689.
María Bisenta Baldes to Sr. Gtra. Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asks for 2 pesos for food, as she has none for that day. 1787, Mar. 12:
1 p. ALS.
1810.
Jphe. Padilla to Sor. Cura Dn. Jph. Mel. Sanches Navarro. Judias is carrying 32 fanegas of corn and 24 fanegas of beans; Pivas and Rabito are cutting the wheat; he is sending two records of burials. 1787, Mar. 16:
2 pp. ALS.
3001.
Buenaventura. Santiago Rodriguez to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asking that a child be baptized. 1787, Mar. 17:
1 p. ALS.
2057.
Juan Manuel Luna at San Buenaventura to Sr. Bdo. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Nabarro. She asks his aid because of the illness of her husband. 1787, Apr. 17:
1 p. ALS.
1948.
Jph. Anto. de Treviño at Punta de Lampasos to Sr. B. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He renders account of the sale of articles (wool, corn, etc.) in his keeping during the past year; although busy with the shearing, he has tried to help Domingo Barrera obtain some young mares. 1787, Apr. 26:
2 pp. ALS.
1953.
Navarro writes Sor. Br. Cal. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. He is sending this letter by Clemente who is going to Saltillo with an avio of mules of 60 head; the round trip will take 12 days. 1787, May 2:
2 pp. ALS.
2052.
Jphe. Padilla to Sor. Cura Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. Francisco Padilla, servant of Don Diego de Santo is going to Don Miguel for a baptism, which is to be placed on the cuadrante asedias. There were two funerals in the chapels May 2. 1787, May 7:
2 pp. ALS.
2436.
Memorandum book of collections made of forced bequests to Our Lady of Guadalupe. Entries made by Melchor Sanchez Navarro. 1787, May 11; 1790, Jan 23:
2 pp. ADS.
2014.
Memorandum of the articles which Don And. Vizente de Urizar sends to Don José Miguel Sanchez Navarro by the arriero Dn. Toribio de la Cortina which are to be left at Charcos to be delivered to Dn. Franco. Anto. Solis to be sent to Saltillo to be delivered to Dn. Manuel Sanchez Navarro. List includes more than sundry items including food, clothes, medicines, metals, etc. 1787, May 19:
2 pp. ADS.
1809.
Jphe. Padilla at Sardinas writes Sor. Cura. Dn. Jph. Mel. Sanchez Navarro. Jph. Ma. Sanchez will be in the villa on the day named; he is sending three records of burials. Don Diego sends greetings. 1787, May 20:
1 p. ALS.
2937.
Ynasio de Castro to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he received the blankets, salt, and cigars; reports on wheat and on wet weather; discusses other farm matters. 1787, May 30:
2 pp. ALS.
2026.
Ignazio Castro at Tapado to Sr. Br. Dn. Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro. 77 men are employed, cutting the wheat; also they have sowed 7 almudes; he has not given out rations because the tortillero has not come. 1787, June 3:
1 p. ALS.
2003.
Ignazio de Castro at Tapado to Sor. Br. Dn. Josef. Miguel Sanchez Nabarro. Florentino is going to carry 74 1/2 pesos worth of cheese; he asks Don Miguel to send for the son of Menchaca; three of the butchers have gone. 1787, June 7:
1 p. ALS.
2018.
Ignacio Gregorio at Saltillo to Sor. B. D. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. He wishes Don Miguel to help him find employment in Saltillo in the quarry or as a mason; he gives as reference Don José Antonio Sanchez Navarro. 1787, June 20:
2 pp. ALS.
3327.
Durango. Estevan Lorenzo, Bishop of Durango and Alonzo Núñez de Haro y Peralta. Petition concerning church taxes. 1787, June 27:
29 pp. [Copy]
2019.
Navarro at Santa Rosa to Sr. Br. Cal. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. He appreciates the fruit the latter sent him; he cannot walk because of his feet and legs; he has arranged for the old cattle to be at Tapado on July 6th, also he has ordered Castaño to witness the delivery of the two male animals; he will report to Unzaga what he has done. 1787, June 29:
2 pp. ALS.
1886.
Fr. Joseph de Laphita y Uerri at Tlaxcala writes Sor. Licdo. Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanchez Nabarro, asking the latter to use his influence and authority to cause the eminent Don Juan de la Rosa to paint the frames of the great altar before the sixth of August saint's day of the town. 1787, June 29:
1 p. ALS.
1968.
María Ysabel Guerra at Sensalvo to her nephew Sr. Ben. Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Her health is poor; her brother, Dn. Miguel Barrera, has died; her family sends greetings. 1787, June 30:
1 p. ALS.
2011.
Castro at Tapado to Sor. Br. Dn. Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Florentino is leaving with 73 pesos worth of cheese; Castro also sends some to Don Manuel; he is milking 96 cows; there are 776 paridas; the sowing should be finished next week; Florentino is also taking an animal with the hacienda brand; he has distributed 70 pesos among the people of the hacienda. 1787, July 7:
1 p. ALS.
2039.
Andres Visste. de Urizar at Mexico to Sr. Cura Dn. Jossé Miguel Sanchez Navarro. After further discussion of the purchase of 2000 sheep mentioned in the two previous letters, he again agrees on the price of 21 reales, delivery to be made the last of September. The freight has arrived at Charcos. 1787, July 11:
3 pp. LS.
2034.
Ignazio de Castro at Tapado to Sr. Br. Dn. Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Florentino is leaving with 76 pesos worth of cheese; the corn season is about over; the bean sowing will be finished Monday; the corral is being repaired; he asks for paper. 1787, July 20:
1 p. ALS.
3007.
Francisco Perez. Asking for 4 pesos. 1787, July 21:
1 p. ALS.
2012.
Ignazio de Castro at Tapado to Sr. Br. Dn. Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He has received by Florentino 72 skins to be tanned; also 3 almudes of salt and flour; Juan Martinez is leaving with 4 male animals and 75 pesos, 6 reales worth of cheese; he is milking 40 cows. 1787, July 28:
1 p. ALS.
2021.
Raphael Perez to Sor. Cura M. At Coahuila; he asks the provision of oil for four baptisms. 1787, July 29:
1 p. LS.
2964.
Santa Rosa. Josef Ventura Moreno to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is returning last volume of El Hombre Feliz. Will try to take advantage of its teachings. 1787, Aug.
2 pp. ALS.
2040.
Ands. Visste. de Urizar at Mexico to Sr. Ldo. Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. His steward, Mendoza, will be in Anelo about the 18th or 20th of September to receive the sheep. He regrets to know that because of the restrain of water, the corn and flour prices have gone up. 1787, Aug. 22:
2 pp. LS.
3372.
Saltillo. Navarro to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he has just returned from branding 30 calves; his health is better; Lozano has paid him the 2,000 pesos. 1787, Oct. 19:
3 pp. ALS.
1623.
Francisco Antonio Gomez de la Casa to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Copies of accounts of Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. 1787, Oct. 19:
7 pp. ALS.
2054.
Jose Domingo de Letona to Sor. Licendo. Dn. José Miguel Sanchez. He bought the 14 works of the Señor Bendito in 8 vol. and papal bulls cheaply; 80 boxes of books have arrived in this city; but only these named on the enclosed list; the viceroy is worse. 1787, Oct. 20:
2 pp. ALS.
3418.
Parras, Juan de Dios Nuñez de Esquibel to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Just a note to let him know that he has not been forgotten. 1787, Dec. 1:
2 pp. ALS.
3419.
Mariano Jph. Monzon to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Concerning shipment of flour; says his god-son is well; speaks of freezing weather; speaks of condition of crops; is glad Indians are not so bad. 1787, Dec. 12:
4 pp. ALS.
3060.
Salinas. Francisco de la Garza to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Concerning cargos of flour. 1787, Dec. 13:
1 p. ALS.
3061.
Monterrey. Mariano Jph. Monzon to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Concerning money matters. 1787, Dec. 25:
3 pp. ALS.
1754.
María Josepha de Ybarra to her brother Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Gives him an account of her illness and her misfortunes. 1787, Dec. 27:
3 pp. ALS.
3422.
Monterrey. Mariano Jph. Monzon to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says flour has arrived from Saltillo and is poor in quality; concerning account of piloncillo, flour and other products. 1788, Feb. 5:
5 pp. ALS.
3062.
Francisco de Mattha. to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he will leave on 8th. 1788, Feb. 5:
2 pp. ALS.
3063.
Saltillo. Sanchez Navarro to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Report on wool. 178, Feb. 11:
3 pp. ALS.
1684.
Maria Leonarda Sanchez Navarro to Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says she has received gifts and thanks him for them. Personal news inclosed. 1788, Feb. 11:
2 pp. ALS.
3342.
Santa Rosa. María Ygnacia Palau to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says she has received a letter from Manuelito saying he is on his way; says Duran came by there. 1788, Feb. 25:
2 pp. ALS.
3343.
Santa Rosa. Francisco Antonio Sanchez de Zamora to Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he arrested Santos Robledo and turned him over to Lieut. Blas de Ecaimusquis; says Duran is on his way to the Rio Grande; 1788, Feb. 26:
2 pp. ALS.
2911.
Manuel Francisco Sanchez at Santa Rosa; sections of a longer document, bound together, in which he requests protection against Dn. Fernando Vazquez Borrego, who is disturbing his peaceful ownership of certain lands. 1788, March 6:
21 pp. D. 2 copies
3505.
San Miguel. Domingo de Berrio to Francisco Sanchez Navarro. He is sending him some "facturas;" will send some shoes, knives and pillow slips. 1788, Apr. 25:
3 pp. ALS.
3504.
San Miguel. Domingo de Berrio to Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro. Concerning certain accounts; says he has shoes and sleeves in his possession; gives an account of other articles. 1788, May 8:
3 pp. ALS.
1694.
Hacienda de Santa Rosa. Melchora Conti to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asks for some soap and refers to a prior order for some clothing. 1788, July 15:
2 pp. ALS.
2909.
Don Jose Vazquez Borrego at Santiago de la Monclova. Petitions for opening of his father's will; witnesses' depositions, and the last will and testament of Don Fernando Vazquez Borrego are also given. 1788, Aug. 4:
18 pp. C.
3518.
Mexico. Joseph Dom. de Letona to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Discusses some business matters; discusses his nervous condition. 1788, Aug. 20:
6 pp. ALS.
1988.
Dionicio Balberde at Nadadores to Sr. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Nabarro of the province of Coahuila. He has nine loads of wheat at his home; he has fulfilled Don Miguel's order to deliver two loads to Sr. Jph. Patricio. 1789.
2 pp. ALS.
3531.
Mexico. Jph. Dom. de Letona to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is sorry brother is causing him some worry; gives suggestions to remedy situation; asks for map showing springs in the river. 1789, Jan. 14:
6 pp. ALS.
1989.
Br. Pedro José de Esparza at Lampazas to Sr. Licdo. Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. He sends eight pesos in reales, seven of which were given him by a penitent person for an animal stolen from Don Miguel; he also wishes to know if Don Miguel knows anything about the marriage plans of an indizuelo of Lampazos and a depositada whom the reverend padre has in the convent there. 1789, Feb. 22:
2 pp. ALS.
2692.
José Padilla to Sor. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Nabarro in Coahuila. Reports that the teamster is bringing 4 fanegas of peas, also chile and beans; reports also on wool and wheat. 1789, Mar. 16:
2 pp. ALS.
3528.
Mexico. Joseph Dom. de Letona to Joseph Miguel Sanchez. Discusses certain maps his father sent him; discusses certain people; says people are suffering with pneumonia. 1789, Mar. 25:
5 pp. ALS.
1959.
Ferndo. Basquez Borrego at home writes Sr. Br. Don Miguel Sanchez Nabarro. He asks Don Miguel to let Don Diego have 29 loads of wheat at the price set by the writer's son. 1789, May 11:
1 p. ALS.
1955.
Ysabel Maria Flores at home writes Sr. Cura Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. She asks the use of the diezmo of figs from one of three houses until she gets her supplies. 1789, May 28:
2 pp. ALS.
1952.
Miguel de Lengaria at the ranch of Santa Rosa to Sr. Br. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He regrets his delay in paying his debt; he has delivered 22 marcos of silver to Don Manuel; he is making arrangements for his son's marriage. 1789, June 9:
3 pp. ALS.
1957.
Jph. Calletano Maldonado at home writes Sro. Bachiller Dn. Miguel Zanches Navarro. He wishes him to take eighteen andirons and send some tomins to the writer's mother. 1789, June 26:
2 pp. ALS.
105.
Pablo del Fiero at San Buena Ventura to Dn. Miguel Sanchez: Asks for a loan of 20 pesos. Offers cotton as collateral. 1789, July 30:
2 pp. ALS.
1806.
From Fernando Basques Borrego to Sr. D. Miguel Sanchez Navarro, at Coahuila: Padre Montaño writes that it is impossible to come here "to confess the people. Therefore he wishes that they be sent to a certain other hacienda; because of infirmity The writer cannot go; wishes that another person be sent to his place. 1789, Aug. 20:
2 pp. ALS.
3530.
Mexico. Joseph Dom. de Letona to Joseph Miguel Sanchez. Says Sr. Basorco cannot buy Sanchez' mutton; concerning the buying of certain lands. 1789, Sept. 3:
4 pp. ALS.
2972.
Nadadores. Certificate of death of Juan Pasqual de los Rejes. Signed Josef Badiola. 1789, Oct. 30:
1 p. ALS.
2968.
San Ygnacio del Paso Tapado. Joseph Antonio de Treviño to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Is sending money with bearer, Antonio Simon. 1789, Nov. 1:
2 pp. ALS.
3420.
Monterrey. Mariano Jph. Monzon to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says they will take good care of his god-child; outlines his studies; would like to have the piloncillo by last of Jan.; quotes price of flour; is sending oranges and lemons. 1789, Nov. 10:
4 pp. ALS.
2685.
Jph. Antonio Treviño to Sr. Br. Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports that a gentle mule fell into a watercourse of the hacienda; wishes him health and reports that there is no other news. 1789, Nov. 16:
2 pp. ALS.
3323.
Saltillo. José Antonio Sanchez Navarro to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he will send money on libranza collected from Manuel Morales by first chance possible; has not been able to sell flour at fair price so sold wheat and sends money; will see governor when he comes through. 1790, Feb. 18:
3 pp. ALS.
3525.
Mexico. Joseph Dom. de Letona to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Believes mail has been lost; says business of his cousin Monzon is in hands of Juan Dias Gonzales; discusses sale of mutton. 1790, Mar. 17:
4 pp. ALS.
3526.
Mexico. Joseph Dom. de Letona to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He has not been able to find buyer for mutton. 1790, May 12:
3 pp. ALS.
3454.
Santa Rosa. Navarro to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Gives report on stock and shearing. 1790, June 15:
pp. ALS.
1712.
Madrid. Santiago Saenz. Account of expenses in the rehabilitation of the church of the Nuevo Reyno de Leon. 1790, July 21:
2 pp. DS.
1339.
Andres Obispo de Nuevo Reyno de Leon to D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro: States he has a friend in Guadalaxara, Señor Dean, but this friend is no business man. Another friend, Garate, but for other reasons he cannot address him. He is enclosing copy of royal order about donations; talks about correspondence with capital. 1790, Dec. 2:
3 pp. LS.
3519.
Mexico. Joseph Dom. de Letona to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Discusses his illness. 1790, Dec. 8:
3 pp. ALS.
3320.
Monclova. Juan Ygnacio de Arispe to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Wants to borrow 300 pesos. 1790, Dec. 16:
2 pp. ALS.
3405.
Punta de Lampazos. Jph. Ant. de Treviño to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Wishes him well on his departure to Monterrey by order of His Majesty. 1790, Dec. 23:
2 pp. LS.
3373.
Monclova. Jose Maria del Castillo to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports on affairs of church. 1791, [?] Feb. 18:
4 pp. ALS.
88.
Account book [cuadrante] of hacienda de San Ygnacio del Tapado, which belongs to Don Vicente de Fuentes, curate of Monclova, listing baptisms, marriages, and burials of servants of the aforesaid hacienda. 1791, Feb. 23:
13 pp. D.
3439.
Juan de la Brena to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asks his permission and help to go away in order to get well. 1791, Apr. 9:
3 pp. LS.
3437.
Guadalajara. Fr. Jose Reyna to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says the presidents intentions toward Navarro are good; says he has seen libranza to president; says he has no news of Ugalde. 1791, June 10:
2 pp. LS.
3430.
Coahuila. Santhiago Moneo y Carzedo to Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells of death of his brother; tells him about wheat crop; says season is very dry; sends greetings from his comadre. 1791, June 19:
3 pp. ALS.
3395.
Villa de Desterrados. Raphael Perez to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he is glad at turn of events in war; says some soldiers under command of Sgt. Albares are ready to go to his presidio with 300 horses. 1791, June 21:
3 pp. LS.
3428.
Mexico. Antonio de Barroco to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Speaks of doctorship being conferred on Letona. 1791, July 6:
2 pp. ALS.
3429.
Santa Rosa. Navarro to Jph. Miguel Sanchez. Says his health has not improved; says flour will be sent on the 22nd; says they have not been bothered by Indians much. 1791, July 10:
4 pp. ALS.
1744.
Coahuila. Francisco Castellano. Debt owed by deceased Luna of San Buena Ventura to Sr. Canones. 1791, July 23:
1 p. DS.
489.
Santiago de Monclova. Verbatim copy of will of Dn. Jose de Castilla y Teran. Acknowledges debt of 645 pesos to Sor. Conomigo, D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro; acknowledgement in full of his debts, followed by all debts due him; list of legitimate heirs and property left each. 1791, Nov. 18:
6 pp. D.
3341.
Santa Rosa. Navarro to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says Mariquita is not inclined toward marriage they have planned for her; tells of Indian depredations. 1792, Jan. 14:
2 pp. ALS.
3444.
Santa Rosa. Navarro to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Concerning the account of Jph. Miguel Montollas; speaks of affairs of Don Jph. de Castillo, deceased; gives report on stock; tells of Indian raids. 1792, Jan. 18:
4 pp. ALS.
3435.
Monclova. Jph. Miguel Flores to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asking for help so that he can build a house. 1792, Feb. 26:
2 pp. ALS.
3436.
Coahuila. Francisco Castellano to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Is sending some velvet and other materials; is sending receipt for "bulas;" says he received oranges and lemons. 1792, Feb. 29:
2 pp. ALS.
3434.
Tapado. Juana María Hernandez to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asks him to return her son to her. 1792, Feb. 29:
1 p. ALS.
3433.
Tapado. Navarro to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Gives report on cargoes of beans, flour, and lard. 1792, Feb. 29:
6 pp. ALS.
3431.
Saltillo. José Antonio Sanchez Navarro to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells him of the death of his brother, Joaquinito; asks his prayers. 1792, Mar 4:
2 pp. ALS.
3442.
Monclova. Francisco Xabiel de Arispe to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells of death of his wife; asks his prayers. 1792, Mar 6:
2 pp. LS.
3441.
Monclova. Juan Ygnacio Arispe to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells of death of his mother; asks for prayers. 1792, Mar. 7:
3 pp. ALS.
3443.
Monclova. Jose Vicente Arispe to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells him of death of his mother; asks for prayers. 1792, Mar. 8:
3 pp. ALS.
3324.
Monterrey. Rita Catarina de la Pas to Sanchez Navarro. Wants to borrow 100 pesos to build a house and let said house serve as security. Includes 4 receipts of 25 pesos each. 1792, June 8:
3 pp. ALS.
2665.
Monterrey. Sor. Lico. Dn. Jossef Felipe Gomez de Castro acknowledges receipt from Sor. Prevendado Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro of 800 pesos, to be kept in his power and to be paid in revenues to him at 5 percent a year for five years. 1792, Aug. 6:
3 pp. DS.
2427.
Memorandum of number of sheep and goats. 1792, Sept. 3:
4 pp. D.
2903.
Yo El Rey at San Lorenzo: Commission issued to Dn. Manuel de Royuela authorizing him to serve as paymaster of the newly established royal sub-treasury at Saltillo. The commission has many signatures, a royal seal, and is certified. 1792, Sept. 23:
12 pp. DS. [original commission]
1832.
Papers establishing line of Manuel Miguel Royuelas, showing him to be legitimate son of Matias Miguel and Juana Rojuela. His grandparents were: Matias Miguel and Manuela Rodrigo. 1792, Oct. 5:
7 pp. DS.
714.
Unsigned. Distribution of 71 pesos 1 real charged to account of Father Don Mariano Monzon. 1793, May 22:
1 p. D.
3440.
Saltillo. Pedro Fuentes to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he intends to remedy his ways and hopes to prove it. 1793, June 4:
2 pp. ALS.
786.
Unsigned. Notes on certain expenditures. 1793, July 1:
2 p. D.
683.
Antonio Parra at Monterrey. Promissory note in favor of Sanchez Navarro for three hundred sixteen pesos due to the Señor Marques given to writer in liquor, and 25 pesos in cash; other contitions, stated. 1793, July 2:
1 p. ADS.
2373.
Document relating to the 43 pesos which Pedro Gonzalez, citizen of Santa Rosa, is obliged to pay Don Nicholas Gonzales de Paredes. 1793, July 26:
1 p. DS.
3482.
Pueblo de San Pedro de Guadelajara. Melchor Nuñez de Esquivel de José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Thanks him for the libranza; tells him of illness of attorney Vallanta; says there have been rumors of death of Pontifice but it has not been proclaimed by the Bishop of Guadalajara. Will send him notices from France if he does not have them; sends greetings from family. 1793, Dec. 19:
2 pp. ALS.
2269.
Saltillo. Statement unaddressed, signed "M. R." States that his three sons: Dn. José Manuel, Dn. Francisco and Dn. Matias have resisted with him everykind of humiliation, abuse, risk of life and privation. They have helped him with duties of his office with no cost to the hacienda from 1794 to 1816. He therefore asks that the "supernumerary cross" of Carlos III be conferred on his eldest son, Dn. José Manuel. 1794,- 1816.
1 p. DS.
2622.
Saltillo. Invoice of effects that "mi tío", Sr. Prebendo. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro charges. 1794, Feb. 5:
2 pp. D.
3403.
Monclova. Petra Rozalia Rodriguez to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells of death of her son, Jose Miguel; asks his prayers; speaks of marriage of Juanita with Francisco de Castro; also engagement of Tomacita to Jose Francisco Cadena. 1794, Feb. 10:
3 pp. LS.
3402.
Monclova. Pedro Valdez to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says José Antonio de la Fuente is leaving the Hacienda de Sardinas. 1794, Mar. 10:
3 pp. ALS.
3479.
San Pedro. Jose Joaquin de Esparza to Miguel Sanchez at Monterrey. Asking him for an $8.00 loan because he is ill. 1794, Mar. 13:
2 pp. ALS.
Sanchez' notation on same letter that he sent the money the same day, rubric only.
1825.
Aranjuez. El Duque de la Mendoza at Aranjuez notifies Sr. Dn. Manuel Miguel Rojuela in Nueva España that the King has seen fit to confer on him the cruz supernumeraria of the Real Orden Española de Carlos III. 1794, Apr. 5:
1 p. DS.
3404.
Saltillo. Jose Antonio Sanchez Navarro to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Gives report on wool; is sending 3 "chapas." 1794, June 13:
2 pp. ALS.
1831.
Madrid. Notice sent by Miguel de Atamendi from Madrid to Manuel Miguel Rojuela to the effect that he is entitled to the royal title of Caballero and may now be invested with Real Distinguida Orden Española de Carlos III. Certified to in Madrid by Pedro Barrero. 1794, Aug. 28:
2 pp. DS.
1821.
Madrid. Document notifying Sr. Dn. Manuel Miguel Royuela of the action of the Suprema Asamblea of La Real Distinguida Orden Española de Carlos III of his appointment to membership as Caballero, to the Real titulo and their desire to invest him with the insignia of said honor. Signed by Miguel de Otamendi. 1794, Aug. 28:
1 p. DS.
2616.
Queretaro: Account of 6 years of service of Jose Antonio Segura at San Miguel el Grande to Dn. Domingo de Berrio. Paid, and certified by Pedro Gonzales. 1794, Aug. 29:
1 p. DS.
1828.
San Ildefonso. Granting of commission of knight of Gran Cruz to Manuel Miguel Royuela by Gran Canciller of Real y Distinguida Orden Española de Carlos Tercero. Signed by Hno. Carde. de Sentmanas, Gran Cancilier. 1794, Sept. 4:
2 pp. DS.
1823.
Miguel de Otamendi in Madrid to Sr. Dn. Manuel Miguel Royuela. Writes of having sent him the titulo for his being received as caballero of the Real Orden Española de Carlos III, he is now sending him a copy of necessary ceremonial and the despacho or commission of the Emmo. Sor. Gran Canciller, also a copy of the bull which grants various spritual graces to the caballeros. 1794, Sept. 5:
2 pp. DS.
902.
Unsigned. At Saltillo. List of articles to be sent by Dn. Domingo de Berrio, a merchant of San Miguel el Grande. 1794, Oct. 13:
1 p. D.
773.
Juan Antonio de Zavala to Don Domingo de Berrio. Tells him he is sending a box containing certain books and marked as shown on margin. Asks him to forward it to Saltillo. 1794, Dec. 11:
1 p. ALS.
2619.
Mexico. Account of articles contained in a box sent to Sr. Dn. Domo. de Berrio y Zavala at Saltillo, to be delivered by him to Jph. Antonio Sanchez Navarro. Sent by Juan Antonio de Zavala. 1794, Dec. 13:
1 p. DS.
462.
Fragmentary paper--torn. In Holy Cathedral of the New Kingdom of León, Don José Miguel Sanchez Navarro makes confession of his Catholic faith and signs in presence of several of the clergy. 1794, Dec. 22:
1 p. DS.
868.
Navarro at Saltillo to Prevendado Dn. [Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro.] Tells him of continued illness; explains how he has taken care of business during his illness; soldiers impressed 56 goats.; reports laziness and incompetence of servant; tells about arrival of muleteers with soap. 1795,
4 pp. ALS.
3481.
Madrid. Lucas de Toronda to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he has been Instrumental in procuring for Navarro the post of "Prevendado". 1795, Mar. 28:
2 pp. LS.
3322.
Monterrey. Jph. Cayetano de la Garza to Jose Miguel Sanchea Navarro. Wants to borrow 150 pesos. 1795, Apr. 13:
3 pp. ALS.
2615.
Domingo de Barrio to Sor. D. Manuel Francisco Sanchez Nabarro, at Villa de Coahuila. Inventory of goods. 1795, Aug. 3:
2 pp. DS.
3458.
San Ygnacio de Paso Tapado. Jph. Antonio de Treviño to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says Don Manuel is ill; gives report on stock; also on shearing; gives report on crop planting. 1795, Aug. 12:
4 pp. ADS.
3529.
Joseph Dom. de Letona to Jpseh Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Concerning sale of sheep; says Joseph María intends to matriculate. 1795, Sept. 31:
4 pp. ALS.
3527.
Mexico, Joseph Dom. de Letona to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he has received the Royal Decree of his "juvilación;" discusses same. 1795, Oct. 14:
4 pp. ALS.
1822.
Madrid, Miguel de Otamendi in Madrid to Sor. Dn. Manuel Miguel Royuela at Saltillo. Document acknowledging receipt of his letter of May 3 [1795] giving account of his decoration as armed knight of Real Distinguida Orden Española de Carlos III; notifies him that the document is deposited in the archives of the Secretaría, in his charge; signed by Miguel de Otamendi. 1795, Oct. 24:
1 p. DS.
2651.
Certain rights [solitas] dispensed by the Pope, Pius Sixth, for space of ten years, are granted to Sor. Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro, Prebendado Jubilado, as he is retired to Province of Coahuila, by authority of Sor. Dn. Andrés Ambrosio de Alamos y Valdés, Bishop of Nuevo Leon. 1795, Nov. 12:
5 pp. DS.
3572.
San Juan Bapta. de Rio Grande. Thomas de Lambraña to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he has received his prescription but has not been able to get the medicinal ingredients. 1795, Nov. 29:
2 pp. LS.
966.
Navarro at Tapado; warrant for four pesos to be paid by Dn. Francisco Castellano to bearer, Jph. Francisco Cantú, 1796, Jan. 20:
1 p. ADS.
1755.
Francisco Castellano to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells him he is sending him some articles, guns, bread, clothing, mules; says Indians are quieter. 1796, Apr. 25:
2 pp. ALS.
951.
Berrio; Statement of amounts due by Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro for articles listed. 1796, Sept. 3:
1 p. ADS.
2274.
Dn. Pedro de Alba. 1??? Alferez of Veteran Company of San Juan Bapta. de Orcasitas y Punta de Lampasas. Certifies that Sr. Governador y Ayudante Inspector, Dn. Juan Gutierrez de la Crieba, gave him a letter for Treasurer, Dn. Manuel Royuela, saying to deliver to him 3000 pesos. Delivered it to Santa Rosa; and was given orders by the Governor to take it to Rio Grande, to the Minister of the Mission of San Juan; signature certified by Juan de Castañeda. 1797, Feb. -
3 pp. DS.
3445.
Zerralbo, Jph. Alexandra de la Garza to Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro. Tells him of repairs to be made on the church. 1797, May 21:
3 pp. ALS.
1683.
José Antonio Sanchez Navarro to José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Giving his father a report on stock and wheat, lumber. 1797, June 5:
4 pp. ALS.
3438.
Hacienda de Ntra. Sra. de los Dolores. Navarro to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says Jph. Ant. has received the lumber; speaks of his health; speaks of Indian depredations. 1797, June 13:
6 pp. ALS.
2460.
Francisca Castellana at Coahuila writes Don Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Tapado with reference to some carriers. 1797, June 16:
2 pp. ALS.
1682.
Josée Antonio Sanchez Navarro to Josée Miguel Navarro. Gives him report an wool; says operations of enemy have been entirely suspended. 1797, June 26:
3 pp. ALS.
3514.
Leal Sarado to Jose Miguel Sanchez at Tapado. Asking for work and to be told when he can come. 1797, July 28:
2 pp. ALS.
771.
Julian de Trejo y Navarrette at Hacienda de Anael. The overseer of the sheep herds of the Marques de San Miguel de Aguayo states that he received from the overseer of the hacienda of Don Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro eight thousand one hundred thirty-three head of sheep. 1797, Sept. 2:
1 p. ADS.
2563.
Villa de Nuestra Sra. de Guadalupe: Estevan Borrego and wife sell water rights and lands to Sor. Prevendado Dn. José Miguel Navarro. 1798, Feb. 10:
3 pp. DS.
2558.
Villa de Santiago del Saltillo: Paper signed by Christoval Joseph Sanchez Navarro, father of Br. Dn. Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. List of accounts. 1798, Mar. 12:
4 pp. ADS.
3295.
Santa Rosa: Navarro to Francisco Castellano. Says wheat is very high; discusses case of soldier, Juan Jose de Castro. 1798, June 22:
3 pp. ALS.
98.
Antonio de Bassoco at Mexico City to D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Reports he has collected account for him and credited him with it. He is enclosing a copy of accounts from December, 1793. Remarks thereon. 1798, Nov. 14:
1 p. LS.
1348.
María Antonio Castellano to D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro: He has tried to get Maldonado to get papers belonging to house in which she is living as she wants to buy it, but he has not done so. As he promised to give her money to buy the house, now she asks him to give it to her so she can build one of her own. 1798, Nov. 22:
2 pp. ALS.
1079.
Unsigned. Report on alcabala for sheep for these years. 1799-1801:
1 p. Df.
1695.
Monterrey, Jose Miguel Ramirez to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Tells him of his dire circumstances due the increased cost of commodities and asks for a loan of 500 pesos. 1799, Jan. 13:
3 pp. ALS.
55.
Jose Antonio Cadena at Bahía del Espíritu Santo to Dn. Francisco Castellón: Letter of the 29th informs him of losses in rents and of harm done Cadena by having to supply money therefor. States he will be glad if the house is still standing. He is sending him 60 pesos, and asks him to purchase for him some flour. Asks him to sell furniture for him. 1799, Mar. 18:
3 pp. LS.
2533.
Monclova, Report to state of sales of cigarettes and cigars (in pesos) for the years 1797 and 1798, throughout the district of Monclova. 1799, June 1:
2 pp. D.
3541.
Mexico, Joseph Dom. de Letona to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Concerning church affairs; says Roman has arrived; thanks him for the choir robes. 1799, July 24:
3 pp. ALS.
50.
Jose Antonio Cadena at Bahía to D. Francisco Castellon: Thanks him for favor rendered; states that his muleteers are on the way to get the flour he has ordered; thanks him for his efficiency in handling houses and rent; asks him to tell the muleteers to pay him even with cotton; tells him he is not selling his house. 1799, July 25:
2 pp. LS.
3321.
Saltillo, María Gertrudes Lobo Guerrero to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asking for 4000 pesos at 5 percent interest. 1799, Aug. 13:
4 pp. LS.
3550.
Mexico, Jph. Dom. de Letona to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Discusses his bad health; discusses state affairs. 1799, Sept. 21:
4 pp. ALS.



 

1800-1804

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1738.
Manuel Royuela at Saltillo to Don Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro. Thanks him for money draft; regrets misfortune of Coachman Juan Pedro, and the loss of mules; Mariquita gave birth to a big boy; hopes to destroy wolves that cause damage; winter has been extremely severe. 1800, February 12:
3 pp. ALS.
2092.
Jose Miguel Sanches at San Miguel to Miguel Sanches Navarro at Monclova. Says the Ilustrisimo Senor is to leave tomorrow; writer is sending "the letter" requested. 1800, February 19:
1 p. ALS.
2653.
Franco. Lopez Potillo and two others at Chapel Hall of Monterrey to Sor. D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Licenses and rights enjoyed by the Bishop, deceased, returned countersigned. 1800, March 2:
1 p. DS.
1035.
Mariano Jph. Monzon to Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Reports he is to send piloncillo and corn; much sickness; wishes him good health. 1800, March 21:
3 pp. ALS.
1066.
Jun. Ygno. de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Reports he cannot sell cattle without reporting price first to tribunal (Jueces Hacedores); he objected, but has not heard verdict; rest of letter deals with prices and sales of cattle, and a certain personal matter. 1800, April 13:
4 pp. ALS.
2572.
Jose Igno. Santos Coy acknowledges receipt of payment of water rights by Sor. Prevendado Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro on water of San Vicente and of Las Ajuntas. 1800, Sept. 14:
1 p. ADS.
2564.
Hacienda de Sn. Vicente de Abajo. D. Luis Garcia and D. Franco. Valdes Alias Camarillo sell certain water rights to Sr. Prevdo. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. 1800, Sept. 15:
3 pp. DS.
1040.
Mariano Jph. Monzon to Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Remarks on drought; Roman wrote that he had not brought Miguelito; remarks about a certain Valenzuela; Maria Francisca's case is pending because of her father's objection. 1800, Sept. 16:
4 pp. ALS.
3075.
Coahuila. Book of Accounts (bridge building, commercial buildings, etc.). 1800, September 17 - 1802, October 13:
80 pp.
2089.
Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo to Jose Miguel Sanches Navarro. Writer is glad of the recovery of D. Jose Miguel S. N. from a certain illness; explains that because of poor market and failure to sell wool certain changes have had to be made. 1800, October 3:
2 pp. ALS.
983.
Reyes at San Visente to Don Jose Miguel Sanches y Navarro. They ask for a loan of three hundred pesos and promise to pay interest on the loan, and to put up his house and water and 30 mules as security. 1800, October 30:
1 p. ALS.
2677.
Juan Ignacio Arispe. Account of costs in getting out stone and in hauling stone and other materials for construction of new house of Sr. Prevdo. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro, Included are accounts of stone and materials for a church. Dated from 1800-1810. 1800, November 11:
14 pp. DS.
3455.
Account of Sr. Dr. Don Jose Domingo Lopez de Letona, canonry of the Blessed Church of Oaxaca. 1800, November 25 - 1802, September 18:
3 pp.
2566.
Villa de Santiago do la Monclova. D. Jose Ignacio de los Santos Coy and wife Da. Maria Rosalia Barrera sell to Sor. Prevendado Jubilado Don Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro certain water rights, inherited from her father, D. Jose Luis Barrera on the Ranch of San Vicente de Arriba. 1800, December 4:
5 pp. DS.
73.
Domingo de Barasorda at Queretaro to Dn. Francisco Castillano at Coahuila. Reports he is sending him one bolt of baize. 1800, December 9:
1 p. ALS.
2251.
Papers of Jose Miguel S. N. (1) Accounts of El Sor. Prevdo. D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro from March 3, 1801 to December 1, 1807 at Monclova; (2) Letters from Gabriel de Yermo, dated Mexico, August 1, 1808, and Mexico, July 18, 1809; (3) Letter from Antonio Toledo y Iquillas, Monclova, July 14, 1799; (4) Debit and Credit Sheet, June 3, 1806 to October 22, 1807; (5) Inventory of the documents existing in the store of D. Jose Melchor Sanchez Navarro, belonging to Sr. Prevdo. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro, Monclova, May 18, 1811; (6) Citation of water right granted by Jose Miguel S. N. to Nicolas Maldonado, Monclova, Jan. 1, 1803. 1801 - 1811:
21 pp. D.; 6 pp. ALS.
76.
Juan Ygnacio de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Migl. Shes. Navarro. Asks for a loan of 12,300 pesos as he was found to have that much shortage in his accounts at the tobacco revenue office and must balance accounts for Commandant General; sends documents to his property as collateral. 1801, January 30:
3 pp. LS.
2561.
Villa de Santiago de la Monclova. Deed of sale of Dn. Juan Ygnacio de Arispe of two haciendas, two mills and several houses to Senor Prebendado Jubilado Don Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. 1801, January 31:
6 pp. DS.
2468.
Bisente Rendon at Sn. Ba. to Don Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asks his aid in securing water to replace that taken away from him. 1801, February 3:
2 pp. ALS.
3301.
Navarro at Tapado to Castellano at Monclova. Says he is sending soap and cracklings; has received wine. 1801, February 7:
1 p.
1053.
Juan Ygnacio de Arispe at Monclova to D. Jose Miguel Sehs. Navarro. Reports amount of cash collected in Bexar in his favor; tells him the remainder still due will soon be collected; he will have money ready at his disposal. 1801, February 28:
3 pp. LS.
2249.
Debit and Credit Accounts of El S. D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro, Prevendo. de la Santa Iglesia de Monterrey, vecino de Monclova, from March 3, 1801 to January 15, 1806; signed by his commercial agent, Gabriel Patricio de Yermo. 1801, March 3:
3 pp. DS.
2535.
Saltillo. Sworn statement of Pasqual Santos Martinez that he owes to Dn. Franco. Farias the sum of 170 pesos, and that he will pay it all within two years; has entrusted matter to his creditor Dn. Jose Camacho; signed by witnesses. 1801, March 14:
1 p. DS.
2265.
Villa del Saltillo. Document granting to Dn. Manuel de Royuela power of attorney to act for Dn. Jose Mauricio de Alcocer of Villa del Saltillo and owner of the hacienda called Sta. Maria; signed by Jose Marno. de Liendo y Garibaldo, Andres Antonio de la Halta y Cos, Josse Gorgto. de Liendo. 1801, April 10:
8 pp. DS.
985.
Miguel Ygnacio de Garate at Monterrey to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Acknowledges receipt of 56 pesos as fees for handling certain documents. Regrets that the case has not yet been concluded; had not written because of difficulty of finding transportation. 1801, May 9:
1 p. LS.
1041.
Mariano Jph. Monzon to Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. He will arrange to have someone to appear in place of Urriaga; the governor has not yet arrived; prays for rain; he leased the store to keep it open; remarks on drought. 1801, June 7:
4 pp. ALS.
1067.
Jun. Ygno. de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Migl. Shez. Navarro. Reports arrival in Monterrey; states his accounts are not finished yet; wishes him good health. 1801, June 14:
2 pp. ALS.
1068.
Juan Ygnacio de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Explains action of his brother in offering to sell two days of water and grazing land to Dn. Vizente de abajo; S. N. was displeased with transaction; offers everything to him on behalf of his brother; reports commission given him by governor. 1801, August 5:
4 pp. ALS.
33.
Manuel Francisco Shez. Navarro at Tapado to D. Jose Dario Sambrano at Monclova. Tells him that D. Francisco Castellano will deliver to him the 50 pesos for masses for the soul of his father; greetings. 1801, August 19:
2 pp. ALS.
2435.
Pedro Ober Garcia at Leon to the prebendary don Jose Sanchez Navarro. Asking if the latter wishes to sell a hundred or a hundred and fifty burros to be used in the collection of tithes. 1801, September 4:
2 pp. ALS.
2075.
Domingo de Berrio at S. Miguel el Grande to Don Miguel Sanchez Navarro. In reply to letters of August 1st and 14th regarding the delivery of some wool; a sum furnished Jose Martin; encloses a statement of goods sent by a certain muleteer; apologizes for neglecting to send certain items long overdue; discusses the settlement of certain real estate questions, etc. 1801, September 4:
7 pp. ALS.
785.
Francisco Geronimo Cacho to Francisco Sanchez Navarro. Reports he is sending him in care of Don Ramon Mercado certain articles which he names (brandy, wine, etc.). 1801, September 14:
1 p. ALS.
3576.
El Marquis de San Miguel de Aguayo in Mexico to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Wants a report on whether taxes on sales have been paid; also what expenses have been incurred in protecting buildings against enemy invasions. 1801, September 16:
3 pp. LS.
115.
Rafael Trinidad Ramos y Arispe at Saltillo to D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports his return from Guadalaxara; deplores illness of Sanchez Navarro; reports failure to collect money from Loyola who has only six thousand pesos and owes over twenty thousand pesos, and besides a residencia (or investigation) of Loyola's actions has been ordered; his sister, the nun, and Miguel greet him. 1801, September 22:
3 pp. ALS.
1075.
Jun. Ygno. de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Migl. Shez. Navarro: Work keeps him from seeing him personally; he had to make a trip to San Jose because Indians were prowling about; he did not find them; a peon killed a steer; between Indians and peons, cattle is diminishing. 1801, September 25:
3 pp. ALS.
116.
Jph. Maximo Elisondo at Carrizal to Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro: In reply to letter of 25th, tells him that he may charge the amount due him by Ramon Munoz to his account; states he will pay everything as soon as possible; states he cannot assume account due by Doroteo Contreras who is sick; settles other accounts. 1801, September 30:
3 pp. ALS.
1027.
Navarro at Saltillo. List of articles purchased at the fair for the Hacienda del Tapado. 1801, October 1:
4 pp. ADS.
1026.
Navarro to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States he will set out on the following day; discusses an invoice of goods; three mule-trains set out yesterday with 26 cargas of chinaware and gossip; the fair is high, and he is buying cheap things. A road has been washed out; nothing new but colds. 1801, October 6:
4 pp. ALS.
2560.
Villa de San Miguel. Don Pedro and Don Jose Manuel certify that their grandfather, Don Baltasar de Santo furnished to Br. Dn. Carlos Zamora 1707 pesos and 3 reales, the amount to be paid by him and his brother jointly; at end of 38 years unpaid and both debtors dead; debt entrusted to Lic. Sanchez Navarro for collection. 1801, October 10:
14 pp. DS.
1071.
Juan Ygnacio de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Miguel Sches. Navarro. Reports the arrival of the ox-carts and states that one peon was killed by the Indians; a royal decree arrived exempting troops from payment of tithe; there is a doubt about some of the haciendas having to pay it. Mule trains have just arrived from Saltillo. 1801, October 10:
4 pp. ALS.
1032.
Mariano Jph. Monzon to Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He will tell the governor to straighten out a certain corner. The orchard has not been watered because of difficulties in getting water to it; reports death of Fray Antonio de Jano; gives possible results of this death. 1801, October 11.
4 pp. ALS.
2076.
Domingo de Berrio at S. Miguel el Grande to Jose Miguel Sanches. Writes regarding the settlement of a real estate transaction in which are involved the heirs of D. Baltasar de Santo on the one hand; on the other, D. Carlos Sanches de Zamora and his brother D. Francisco Antonio Sanches; the transaction dates back to 1763. 1801, October 16:
3 pp. ALS.
1081.
Jun. Ygno. de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Migl. Shez. Navarro. Discussion of alcabalas; states difficulty in getting accurate report over period of years; he is forwarding certified account, but will rewrite it if not satisfactory. 1801, October 17:
4 pp. ALS.
114.
Maria Gertrudis Lobo at Saltillo to Dn. Jose Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Reports details of a transaction of loan of four thousand pesos, and two hundred pesos interest thereon; greetings. 1801, October 21:
2 p. LS.
1072.
Jun. Ygno. de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Miguel Shez. Navarro. Discusses certificate of payment of alcabala; reports heavy work; he has been all over town looking for lard and pork. 1801, October 24:
3 pp. ALS.
1036.
Mariano Jph. Monzon to Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. As requested, he will look for assistant priest for him; mentions some and asks him to take his choice; reports on accounts of Dn. Leonardo; regrets illness of his uncle. 1801, November 16:
4 pp. ALS.
2434.
Conejo to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says the soldier, Maldonado, is free through the efforts of Conejo and the priest of the town; also he sends a copy of the royal letters patent concerning the payment of taxes. 1801, November 28:
2 pp. ALS.
2077.
Domingo de Berrio at San Miguel el Grande to Jose Miguel Sanches. Has learned that Don Migl. has received the draft sent him and the 679 pesos 3 reales the value of the goods sent by a certain muloteer; mentions articles sent to D. Manuel and charged on D. Miguel's account; has had a great deal of trouble in getting sent from the colegio de la cruz the robe desired by Don Miguel--not sure it has been sent yet; has been informed that Don Miguel now has the deed to a certain pasture land; will try to find two persons mentioned by D. Miguel--does not know them; replies to D. Miguel's inquiry regarding pieles, the freight, and toll, and the condition of the roads; remarks on slowness of wool market; regrets the plague of grasshoppers added to the losses in the flocks; hopes Don M. will be resigned to the Divine will in these blows and receive His help to endure them. 1801, December 11:
4 pp. ALS.
1029.
Juan Ygnacio de Arispe to Dn. Jose Miguel Shez. Navarro. States he will comply with instructions; he has not received papers from San Luis attorney; the governor is displeased with his uncle's drastic punishment of servants; reports governor's remarks and threats; he must pay certain taxes or face trouble. 1802:
4 pp. ALS.
1795.
Monterrey, Promissory note secured by mortgage on 500 head of horses in the district of Punsa de Lampazos; mortgagee is Sr. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro, superannuated, and mortgager is Simon de Herrera; the amount is 3000 pesos; notation on back: Sr. D. Melchor, executor and heir of D. Jose Miguel was instructed by the now deceased Don Miguel to collect this note which is still unpaid. 1802, January 2:
1 pp. ADS.
1707.
Simon Herrero to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Acknowledging receipt of 6000 pesos loan. 1802, January 2:
4 pp. ALS.
1706.
Juan Manuel Mejia at Monterrey to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Thanking him for his favor and attentions. 1802, January 2:
2 pp. ALS.
1037.
Mariano Jph. Monzon to Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports he has written to two fathers trying to get them to work for Sanchez Navarro as assistants; reports arrangements were made for services of certain helpers; wishes him well, and trusts he had a good Christmas. 1802, January 3:
4 pp. ALS.
1043.
Mariano Jph. Monzon to Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. He has written to Father Elizondo in Cadereyta making him offer to come work with him; he will write to other fathers; reports accounts of Dn. Leonardo show he is in debt over 15000 pesos; he has heard rumor that governor is being summoned to Mexico City to answer certain charges; complains of drought and worms. 1802, January 7:
4 pp. ALS.
3542.
Jph. Dom. de Letona at Oaxaca to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Concerning load of "manta" and two "pzas. de Rayadillos"; discusses epidemic of cholera; discusses earthquake. 1802, January 9:
3 pp. ALS.
2359.
Juana Franca. Shes. Nabarro at Monclova writes her cousin don Manuel Franco. Sanchez Nabarro at Santa Rosa with reference to her matrimonial contract and a loan of 50 pesos. 1802, January 9:
3 pp. ALS.
2485.
Juana Josefa Texada at Saltillo writes to the prebendary don Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Tapado thanking him for helping her son and with reference to some stock. 1802, January 15:
2 pp. ALS.
1692.
Jose Geronimo Cacho at Hacienda de Patos to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. With reference to church tithes and the return of certain horses. 1802, January 26:
2 pp. ALS.
1076.
Jun. Ygno. de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Migl. Shes. Navarro at Tapado. Thanks him for payment of alcabala and other favors.; he had some calves branded. 1802, January 30:
2 pp. ALS.
1039.
Mariano Jph. Monzon to Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Asks him to send for Father Lance; he went to see Cn. Cayetano Yglesias and found him suffering with diabetes; the crop of sugar is fine, they are still milling the cane. 1802, February 6:
2 pp. ALS.
845.
Navarro. Talks about a certain epidemic; Camacho has reported to him that he is delivering the wool at 20 reales arroba; he formerly had seventy yoke of oxen and now barely 20; asks him to send wife of Pablo Villanueva. (Incomplete) 1802, February 7:
2 p. ALS.
1049.
Antonio Cordero at Monclova to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Wishes him good health; states that he had been seriously ill but Virgin of Sapopan saved him; Mother of God will help us in life. 1802, February 8:
3 pp. LS.
970.
Juan Ygnacio de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Miguel Shez. Navarro. He will have witnesses ready as Instructed; tells him proposition made by Dn. Atanacio Borrego with regard to certain property rights and loans. 1802, February 8:
4 pp. ALS.
Three invoices of merchandise dated respectively February 12, March 18, and April 6, consigned to D. Domingo de Castaniza for Sr. D. Jose Miguel Sanches Navarro. 1802, February 12 - April 6:
1023.
Jose Camacho at Saltillo to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Relative to making chamois out of certain hides; prefers to send other hides to Monterrey to have them made into morocco; reports the sale of wool; asks for future price of wool; reports receipt of oil for him. 1802, February 24:
4 pp. ALS.
1073.
Jun. Ygno. de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Miguel Shez. Navarro at Tapado. Reports he has been ill for 10 days; he has recovered; promises to send account on house for his examination. 1802, February 27:
2 pp. ALS.
1070.
Juan Ygnacio do Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Miguel Shez. Navarro. Reports he is sending a model of the water well wheel; has not had a chance to dissuade Juan Sanchez from idea of paying his debt and quitting job of digging well; asks him for instructions with regard to matter pending before governor. 1802, March 15:
3 pp. ALS.
1042.
Mariano Jph. Monzon to Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Regrets his illness due to his rupture; he is now suffering the same trouble; letters were received from Spain; Matias Godina reported to him and told him that he was a deserter; he gave up a mule he had; it rained yesterday at last! Gossip about La Guajardita. 1802, March 15:
4 pp. ALS.
2074.
Antonio de Barroco in Mexico City to Jose Miguel Sanches Navarro. Writer will pay the draft of 3000 pesos made by Sanches Navarro in favor of Herrera, governor of Monterrey; will arrange for Da. Rosa Cordero y Bustamente to get in Cadis the 200 pesos in Mexican coin. 1802, March 20:
1 p. ALS.
52.
Navarro at Tapado to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. Received letter and beams; states that Juan Dias has delivered 124 pesos on Alejo's account; Juan Sanchez is to remain with Manuel; greetings. 1802, March 21:
2 pp. ALS.
3544.
Jph. Dom. de Letona at Oaxaca to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he is not afraid of earthquakes; discusses relatives and friends, etc. 1802, March 30:
6 pp. ALS.
2374.
Power of attorney granted by Teodora del Rio to her father to sell a house and a ground-plot in Santa Rosa; also record of sale of this property to don Jose Miguel Gonzalez Paredes. 1802, March 31 - April 1:
2 pp. DS.
2614.
Monthly report as to cattle; leather and heads accounted to servants. Animals and hardware on hand. 1802, March 31:
4 pp. D.
2078.
Domingo de Berrio at San Miguel to D. Jose Migl. Sanches Navarro. Regarding a robe for the Rt. Reverend Rivera which writer has sent on the mules of Manuel Carillo of Saltillo with instructions to turn it over to Don Jose Camacho who, he supposes now has it. Is charging the robe on D. Miguel's account; will try to find in the archives or in the registry of Santa Rosa the document executed by the Sr. Cura Zamora; if it cannot be found in either he will try to find it here even if it does cost something, since "they don't take a step, or make a stroke of the pen gratis"; proposes a plan for finding Jose de la Cruz Suares and Raymundo Mosqueda; nothing in particular from Spain; no goods received in this section from there; news of an unpleasant nature is likely to arrive, however. 1802, April 1:
2 pp. ALS.
1046.
Juan Bautista de Elguezabal at Bexar. His agents arrived with the requisition looking for fugitive servants; they have found five of them; they are taking two of them back and the others have paid their debts in cash; Carlos Almazan, one of them, was serving Dn. Pedro Zambrano's widow in Bexar; she asks refund of 46 pesos he owes her. 1802, April 1:
3 pp. LS.
71.
Jose Maria de Allende at San Miguel to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports he has told Jose Martin Sanchez to buy a mule for him, not to cost over 50 pesos. He needs mule to ride back and forth to the Hacienda. 1802, April 2:
1 p. ALS.
1044.
Antonio Cordero at Monclova to D. Jose Migl. Shez. Navarro. Acknowledges receipt of letter relative to transfer of land to D. Francisco Dubois; land to be used for a cotton gin (?) (molino de algodon); he has given him the land be needs for that purpose. 1802, April 6:
3 pp. LS.
1034.
Mariano Jph. Monzon to Dn. Joph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. He is glad to hear of his improved health; his aunt arrived and told him about her separation, and there is talk of a temporal divorce; reports about other members of family. 1802, April 6:
4 pp. ALS.
2085.
A bill of goods with expense of commission, etc. sent from Puebla to Sr. Domingo de Castaniza, Mexico, for D. Miguel Jose Sanches Navarro; signed by Nos y Compa.; same bill plus other items signed by Domingo de Castaniza. 1802, April 6 - May 17:
1200.
Ramos at Rio Grande to Don Jose Faustino Castellano. Letter of 1st informs him of good health; he is expecting lottery ticket, and other articles; tells him of sale of jewels sent him; people are worried because the Anglo-Americans are having a revolution; troops are arriving from the interior of Guadalaxara. 1802, April 11:
2 pp. ALS.
29.
Navarro to D. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. Hopes to have his thumbs doctored during a three day lull in work; he is sending 6 cheese boxes for the family; reports a terrible drought. 1802, April 13:
2 pp. ALS.
1045.
Juan Bautista de Elguezabal at Bexar to Dn. Josef Migl. Sanchez Navarro. States that he is returning servants who had ran away; he is sending chains. 1802, April 14:
2 pp. LS.
613.
Fr. Ynigo de Sn. Josef at Mission San Francisco to Don Miguel Sanchez Navarro at his Hacienda del Tapado. Reports that representatives of Don Miguel captured a fugitive servant and mistreated him; politely demands payment for certain amounts due his mission. 1802, April 18:
2 pp.
1048.
Antonio Cordero at Monclova to Dn. Jose Migl. Sanchez Navarro. He is enclosing two documents relative to land allotted for a mill (a gin ?); he has placed 50 pesos in care of Dn Francisco Castellano; thanks him for public spirit; states that (Nemesio) Salcedo has just arrived in Vera Cruz. 1802, April 27:
2 pp. LS.
1069.
Juan Ygnacio de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Miguel Shez. Navarro. Reports the death of his sister; asks him to bless his sister in his prayers. 1802, May 1:
2 pp. ALS.
66.
Navarro at Tapado to Castellano. Has just written him and sent letter with Villanueva; discusses price of cheese and chamois. 1802, May 2:
1 p. ALS.
34.
Navarro to Castellano. Received bread and iron and thanks him; remarks concerning litigation versus the Borrego family; asks him to appeal to governor to examine certain papers; be is waiting for decision of Audiencia on this case; he is returning branding iron because the S was put on backwards; replies to certain other remarks about people. 1802, May 4:
4 pp. ALS.
26.
Br. Jph. Manuel Camacho to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. Asks him to send one pound of pepper; greetings. 1802, May 4:
1 p. ALS.
67.
Antonio Munoz at Santa Rosa to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Coahuila. The ox-carts set out yesterday with lumber for the governor; asks him to send liquor from Saltillo in the same ox-carts. 1802, May 5:
2 pp. ALS.
1025.
Jose Camacho at Saltillo to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports sales of wool have been suspended; reports his method of selling wool; he has chamois workers ready to work on hides as soon as hides are received. 1802, May 5:
3 pp. ALS.
1084.
Jun. Ygno. de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Miguel Shez. Navarro. Talks of his grief over death of his sister; Governor has given him a writ he has just prepared for the Royal Audiencia, which he and Borrego signed; this writ merely stated that the two parties knew that documents were being forwarded to Audiencia; asks him to send 200 pesos to Mexico City for this case. 1802, May 6:
3 pp. ALS.
905.
Francisco Castellano to Dn. Jph. Migl. Shez. Navarro at Tapado. He is forwarding letters; Dn. Juan Ygnacio sent him the bearer and also a horse. 1802, May 7:
2 pp. ALS.
1074.
Jun. Ygno. de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Miguel Shes. Navarro at Tapado. Reports receipt of 200 pesos for lawsuit pending in court regarding 2500 pesos deposited as result of testament of D. Jose Luis Barrera; documents relative to lands and water have been mailed. 1802, May 8:
2 pp. ALS.
1033.
Mariano Jph. Monzon to Jph. Migl. S. Navarro. With regard to house mentioned to him by Mexica, they agreed it would be better for Sanchez Navarro to write directly to Portillo; reports he has followed other instructions. 1802, May 10:
3 pp. ALS.
31.
Navarro at Tapado to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. Gutierrez is carrying hides to him; tells him how to dispose of them; asks him how much suet and soap he wants; he is also sending some chili and lard; asks him to pay for baptisms, and other debts; greetings. 1802, May 12:
2 pp. ALS.
1047.
Juan Bautista de Elguezabal at Bexar to Dn. Josef Migl. Sanchez Navarro. States that there was a mistake in accounts of Antonio Beltran, a servant for whom a poor woman paid 88 pesos 7 reales by selling everything she had; he thinks she ought to be refunded the money; wishes him well. 1802, May 12:
3 pp. LS.
2467.
Sebastian Rodriguez at Coahuila writes the prebendary don Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro, sending him money collected from don Francisco Castellano and with reference to criticism made of him. 1802, May 13:
2 pp. ALS.
63.
Domingo do Berrio at San Miguel to Dn. Francisco Castellano. Thanks him for telling him what Maldonado said regarding the warning sent him; states that Queretaro has requested certain manifestos and asks him to send them to him. 1802, May 14:
1 p. ALS.
1038.
Mariano Jph. Monzon to Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports sending certain men to him; he is not sending the mule because of the drought; makes remarks about people's souls, and wishes him good health. 1802, May 16:
5 pp. ALS.
3574.
El Marq. de San Miguel de Aguayo in Mexico to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he has learned that Navarro has let Don Juan Ygnacio Arispe have 200 pesos which he, Augayo, has paid. 1802, May 26:
2 pp. L. S.
2068.
Jose Geronimo Cacho at Patos to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Regarding the disposition of certain laborers mentioned in Navarro's list; the shortness of the wheat crop because of drought and because of the illness of a certain man who seems to have had charge of it. 1802, May 28:
2 pp. ALS.
1050.
Antonio Cordero at Monclova to D. Jose Miguel Shez. Navarro. Tells him that on Tuesday 25th, between four and five in the afternoon there was a cloudburst in the city which caused much damage; nothing will come of talk of the union of the provinces to the viceroyalty; great changes are expected in politics, army, and trade regulations. 1802, May 28:
3 pp. LS.
3361.
Francisco Castellano at Coahuila to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Concerning wool and wheat; says Chavarria is on a trip and has not returned; has rained a great deal. 1802, May 29:
2 pp. ALS.
808.
Francisco de Castellano to Dn. Joseph Miguel Sehz. Navarro at Tapado. The dam must be moved; clouds are threatening; he heard that in Lampazos people had to climb up the mountains to escape floods; will follow instructions about lumber and cigarettes. 1802, June 2:
2 pp. ALS.
32.
Navarro to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. Reports that the manifestos have not been found; tells him he must send glass requested; gives him other instructions. 1802, June 6:
2 pp. ALS.
2079.
Domingo do Berrio at San Miguel to D. Jose Miguel Sanches Navarro. Concerning a draft of 100 pesos endorsed by D. Gabriel de Yermo, the maker of which is in question; effort to obtain this information from Maria Nicolasa de Avila of the beaterio de Nuestra Sra. de San Juan; thinks it probable that despite the scarcity of pack animals Jose Martin has arrived at Don Miguel's; as to the goat that was taken, the fellow showed up during the hog killing season but left afterward and probably took the goat with him; remarks on the blitheness of these fellows who, with no remorse of conscience, make use of other people's property seemingly feeling that property in general is common property; concerning turning over the old hembras of D. Miguel's hacienda to Jose Martin; speaks of the probability of his retirement from business because of a susto received the previous year; therefore he wishes to close D. Miguel's account; has written the Deputy regarding the finding of Raymundo Mosqueda and of Suarez and the recovery of the mule from the former; unfavorable weather is causing distress; wheat crop, however, is good; silver industry at a standstill because of lack of quicksilver; news has came of arrival of quicksilver at Vera Cruz with more to follow. 1802, June 10:
3 pp. ALS.
30.
Navarro at Tapado to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. Acknowledges receipt of letter and nudos; Miguel Hernandez should come on Sunday; Juan Xavier came crying about his misfortunes, so he sent him back; wheat is not abundant; gives local political news. 1802, June 11:
2 pp. ALS.
1024.
Jose Camacho at Saltillo to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports transmittal of oil and hose; he has not received the blankets from Mexico City; reports he has allowed 130 pesos to the goat butcher of Dn. Domingo de Berrio; reports receipt of 306 hides. 1802, June 11.
2 pp. ALS.
156.
Manuel de la Garza at Monclova to Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Acknowledges receipt of letter of previous day and news about Don Juan de Castellano and note for 28 pesos. 1802, June 12:
1 p. ALS.
2081.
Pedro Jose Trevino at Carriz to D. Miguel Sanches Navarro. Encloses a letter from Dr. Ignacio Elizondo requesting, as he himself does in his letter, that Don Miguel retain the tithe. 1802, June 15:
1 p. ALS
681.
Fr. Ynigo de San Jose at Vizarron to Dn. Manuel Sanchez Navarro at Hacienda de Tapado. Asks him to send amount due the mission by Luis Rodriguez; gives itemized account on back. 1802, June 15:
2 pp. ALS.
1021.
Jose Camacho at Saltillo to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Report on hides to be made into chamois; report also on the wool to be weighed. 1802, June 16:
2 pp. ALS.
853.
Juan Francisco Montemayor to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Recommends Father Jose Antonio Quiros, who is on his way to see him; everything is quiet, but had loss of wheat; the work on church building is progressing rapidly; sends greetings of other fathers and brothers. 1802, June 22:
3 pp. ALS.
2082.
Jose Roman de Letona at Saltillo to D. Jose Sanches Navarro. Regarding the funeral expenses of his aunt Isabel; a journey about which his mother is greatly concerned; the purchase of some burras and burros from Don. 1802, June 29:
2 pp. ALS.
3543.
Joseph Dom. de Letona at Oaxaca to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Concerning church affairs; has heard of death of his aunt; discusses relatives. 1802, July 2:
7 pp. ALS.
22.
Navarro to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. Reports that the tortillero has not yet arrived; states that the wheat crop was small; reports the wall of the room where the oil is kept fell down; reports condition of other buildings; asks for wax, bread, and cigarettes; greetings. 1802, July 2:
2 pp. ALS.
1031.
Mariano Jph Monzon to Dn. Jph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Acknowledges receipt of news about the drought, and reports floods. Maria Francisca finally gave up intention to marry against her father's will. Tells of other intended marriages. Regrets illness of his uncle. 1802, July 5:
4 pp. ALS.
1078.
Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Miguel Shez Navarro. States that the continuous rains from June 23 to July 3rd finally ceased because the Virgen of Zapopan was taken from her temple in a procession to the hills. Reports damage of crops, houses, and other property. Describes some of damage, and rescue work. Roads are impassable. Confidential report of lawsuit brought by Borrego and family against him for damages. 1802, July 8:
6 pp. ALS.
2080.
San Miguel. Domingo de Berrio to D. Miguel Jose Sanches Navarro. States that D. Jose Maria de Allende is very grateful for D. Miguel's generosity in turning over to him the value of the mule. Don. Miguel writes that there have been 1891 loads of wool delivered by his hacienda to Martin (the meaning here is 1891 heads of sheep instead of loads of wool), the price of which he has fixed at 5½ reales each, which price he trusts will be satisfactory. Writer desires certain articles from Don Miguel in order that his account may be liquidated. They find themselves greatly relieved because of the good rains. 1802, July 9:
3 pp. ALS.
1030.
Mariano Jph Monzon at Monterrey to Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that he has heard of the flood and its damage. Says that he is experiencing a drought. Reports poverty of the people as a result of the drought, and says that the crops are poor. 1802, July 11:
2 pp. ALS.
1022.
Jose Camacho at Saltillo to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanches Navarro. Reports the sale of 20 loads of wool. Reports certain accounts. x Gives report on wheat and corn. Reports illness of his friend Royuela's wife, and states that she go worse and had to be bled. 1802 July 14:
4 pp. ALS.
36.
Navarro at Tapado to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. States that he is sending two bottles for wine and vinegar. Wants also bread and cigarettes. He is still working the mines. Discusses the payment of certain debts. States that he is sending the keys to the desk for him to send him a small box of quince, and shoes. 1802, July 17:
2 pp. ALS.
2066.
Patos. Jose Geronimo Cacho to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Writes regarding the disposition of some laborers, about a cloudburst which has done some damage to the stock, and of condition of the crops. 1802, July 22:
3 pp ALS.
1020.
Jose Camacho at Saltillo. Reports the arrival of men with sheepskins. He expects certain freight from Mexico City, but fears it has not reached El Cedral. He furnished to Hose Maria Sanchez thirty pesos. He will send blankets and chamois, as requested. 1802, July 28:
3 pp. ALS.
1052
Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Miguel Shes. Navarro. Confidential. States that he is aware of discomfort caused by D. Francisco dela Pena who is advising the Borregos family. Thinks it would be good to got a certificate signed by two witnesses to ascertain facts in the case being prosecuted. tells him other things he ought to do to strengthen his case. 1802, August 1:
3 pp. ALS.
64.
Royuela at Saltillo to Castellano. Asks him to forward enclosed letter to Tata Padre promptly. Tells him that Dn. Tomas Flores will deliver to him account of D. Josef Grande. 1802, August 7:
2 pp. ALS.
3345.
Monterrey. Juana Francisca Sanchez Navarro to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says she arrived the last day of April and found all well. Imformed them of her divorce. 1802, August 11:
3 pp. ALS.
25.
Juanan Francisca Sanchez Navarro at Monterrey to Dn. Jose Francisco Castellano. States that letter of August 6 informs her of the reason for not obtaining records of her wedding. Asks him to rry to find some of the records of the fire. Regrets having had too much rain. 1802, August 17:
2 pp. ALS.
846.
Jose Maria de las Fuentes at Sardinas to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Writes to grant him free passage for his herds. 1802, August 19:
1 p. ALS.
14.
Navarro at Tapado to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. States that Melchorito is on his way to obey certain orders. Tells his troubles and wishes he were there. Justice will triumph, he avers. Melchorito will be ready for school in September. 1802, August 25:
2 pp. ALS.
3397.
Encinas. Ygn. Antonio Bueno to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Tapda. Wants him to take out of his pay the offering for our Lady of Sapapan 1802, August 27:
2 pp. LS.
1082.
Arispe to Dn. Jose Migl. Sanchez Navarro at Tapado. States that in order to save time, and since an investigation is so long drawn out, he offered to pay damages in a certain suit to permit cousin Melchorito to go home. 1802, August 28:
2 pp. ALS.
83.
Navarro at Santa Rosa to D. Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Complains of condition of the Borregos litigation. Remarks about money requested by the Gorizas. Camacho is the man to get things from in Saltillo. The shearing is over, and there was not much wool taken. 1802, September 1:
4 pp. ALS.
1077.
Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that the governors have said nothing about certain pending business. Everyone seems to approve of arrangement proposed By S. N. the worms are eating up livestock offsprings. 1802, September 2:
2 pp. ALS.
70.
Navarro at Tapado to Castellano. Discussing the payment of the tithe. Manuel reporst that two of his muleteers ran away. Asks him to send him a bottle of wine for celebration. 1802 September 4:
2 pp. ALS.
2470.
Miguel Anastasio Delgado at Moneterrey writes to don Miguel Sanchez Navarro expressing regret that he is unable to repay a loan because of illness. 1802, September 5:
2 pp. ALS.
1051.
Juan Ygnacio de Arispe at Monclova to D. Jose Migl. Shes. Navarro. Acknowledges receipt of a letter of the 3rd. discusses its contents. He will have the three witnesses ready for questioning when the time comes. If he has any doubts, he will go to see him. 1802, September 5:
2 pp. ALS.
1080.
Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Miguel Shez. Navarro. Reports that he will deliver the documents to the governor as requested. He has told Borrego that his plan is not acceptable. States he thinks Borrego's pan was not bad; gives reasons. Governor has done nothing about previously sent documents. 1802, September 10:
4 pp. ALS.
572.
Francisco Castellano at Coahuila, to Dn. Jph. Migl Shez Navarro. States that the flour was brown becuase of poor condition of the wheat. He has paid for the two weddings that cost 22 pesos 3 reales for wax alone. Is sending 4 loaves of bread and 3 packages of cigarettes. 1802, September 11:
2 pp. ALS.
1083.
Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Migl. Schez Navarro. Discusses a case pending between S. N. And the Borregos. He was advised to discuss matter with S. N. Relative to a settlement out of court. Talks of depositions taken. 1802, September 14:
6 pp. L.
969.
Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Monclova to D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Asks for a loan of two hundred fifty pesos, and explains why he must have it. 1802, September 17:
2 pp. ALS.
3524.
Oaxaca. Joseph Dom. de Letona to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Is sorry excessive rain has done so much damage; is glad Joseph Maria will be albe to go on with his sutdies, etc. 1802 September 24:
6 pp. ALS.
2551.
Villa de Coahuila. Jose Esquivel Sells two days of water for himsel and his mother-in-law Rosa Jimenez to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro, in the Hacienda de las Juntas. 1802, September 27:
1 p. A.D.S.
1637.
Report on wool produced. 1802, October 4:
3 pp. DS.
571.
Jose Ramon de Letona to Don Jose Miguel Shez Navarro, at Saltillo. Reprots that he cannot go to see him in person because he has lost six mules. Gives other details of his personal woes. 1802, October 6:
2 pp. ALS.
3359.
Arispe to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he has not had any news, as Miguel Ernandes has not returned; says Quintanilla is out of jail; discusses Quintanilla's case. 1802, October 9:
4 pp. ALS.
2537.
Guadalajara. Decree of Carlos III issued to Governor of Monclova in the name of Prebendado D. Jose Miguel and his brother, D. Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro ordering change in the use of water and saltpetre. 1802, October 16:
7 pp. D.
2604.
Patos. Jose Geronimo Cacho to Sr. Prevendo D. Jose Migl Sanchez Navarro. Writes that he turned over to D. Jose Camacho 4 barrels of wine. Reports that water has been suspended for a month. 1802, October 19:
2 pp. ALS
722.
Fragment -- unsigned. Reports sickness in family. Has received 400 pesos from Carreaga on interest due. Describes business matters he will attend to. Gives details of activities of other family members. 1802, October 20:
4 pp. D.
61
Juan Jose de Arellano at Santa Rosa to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. States that Francisco will hand him two bottles to be filled with vinegar of the best quality; wants also two pounds of twine. 1802, October 21:
1 p. ALS.
41.
Juan Francisco Sanchez Navarro at Monterrey to Dn. Francisco Castellano. Explains a mistake in sending letters; he sent the wrong letter. Gives details of his business. 1802, October 25:
3 pp. ALS.
69.
Tapado. Navarro to D. Francisco Catellano at Monclova. Asks him to send him some tobacco. He told Velasquez to deliver the mule he was riding to him. Asks him to send some bread. Tells of steers requested by Ygnacio Garcia. 1802 October 27:
2 pp. ALS.
53.
Navarro at Santa Rosa to D. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. Telss him he issued a draft for 122 pesos against him in favor of Dn. Migl Farias. Reports a terrible epidemic that has taken several lives, including two of his children and two mulattoes. Three other mulattoes are still sich. Asks him to send him some pomegranates. 1802, November 4:
2 pp. L.S.
8
Antonio Munoz to Dn. Francisco Castellano. States that he is going to send ox-carts next week for freight, and the fire-works he oerdered. Asks also for 3 dozen wheels. 1802, November 14:
1 p. ALS.
62.
Mauricio de Alcozer at Santa Maria to Dn. Francisco Castellano. Acknowledges receipt of a draft against D. Santos. He is sending some chili. 1802, December 1:
1 p. ALS.
3.
Antonio Munoz at Santa Rosa to Dn. Francisco Castellano. Acknowledges receipt of packages of wax and fire-works. Remarks about amont of fire-works ordered. 1802, December 12:
1 p. ALS.
1028.
Francisco Castellano at Coahuila to Dn. Jose Miguel Shez Navarro. Reports that the muleteers are on their way back, and that they delivered 149 pesos worth of piloncillo, and other articles. He has not been able to see the governor. Mentions some articles that he is sending. States that the governor is disgusted with certain men mentioned. 1802, December 17:
2 pp. LS.
3355.
Juan Ygnacio de Arispe at Monclova to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Thanks him for interest in his cousin; gives him news of Manuelito. 1802, December 20:
3 pp. ALS.
2985.
Jose Flores at Siengas to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Concerning load of corn. 1803:
2 pp. LS.
3358.
Juan Ygnacio de Arispe at Monclova to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Tapado. Says he will carry out his orders. 1803, January 1:
2 pp.
2605.
Juan Ygno. de Arispe at Monclova to Sr. Prebdo. D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro at his Hacienda de Tapado. Writes him of papers that he will send him without delay. Expresses concern at failing health of the curate. 1803, January 11:
3 p. ALS.
2532.
Provision establishing boundaries of three haciendas (theretofore nullified): Tapado, Encinas, Dolores. 1803, January 16:
2 pp. DS.
904.
Juan Ygnacio de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Miguel Shez. Navarro. Has received power of attorney and filed a copy in the archives. Dn. Antonio de la Fuente wants to borrow 20 steers for the fiestas; additional remarks about certain business. 1803, January 22:
4 pp. ALS.
3360.
Juan Francisco Montemayor at Monclova to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Wants a "libranza" for Monterrey in the amount of 2,500 pesos. 1803, January 23:
3 pp. ALS.
78.
Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Jose Miguel Shez. Navarro. The priest came at the time this letter was being written and said he would agree to proposal previously suggested, mentioned and discussed. 1803, January 23:
2 pp. LS.
1753.
Martin Alvares Gamuseno (?) at Monclova. Report on goats. 1803, February 1:
1 p.
3356.
Domingo de Berrio at San Miguel to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he has heard of how stock suffered because of heavy rains; says he has asked Jose Martin concerning 15 pesos that Miguel Hernandez claims he paid him; has all he ordered from him ready. 1803, February 4:
3 pp. ALS.
560.
Juan Bautista de Ybargaray. List of merchandise charged to Don Domingo de Berrio, a resident of San Miguel el Grande, giving name of article and price. 1803, February 4:
1 p.
3299.
Navarro at Tapado to Francisco Castellano in Monclova. Says he received leather goods; concerning load of corn. 1803, February 12:
2 pp. ALS.
3349.
Primo Obpo. de No. Ro. de Leon in Mexico City to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Is sending him the original "Bulas" of his Obispado; tells him to go to Monterrey as his representative to get the "Mitra". 1803, February 23:
2 pp. ALS.
2088.
Juan Ignacio de Arispe at Monclova to Don Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Tapado. Asks that he instruct Sr. D. Miguel de Bargas and himself as to his wishes in a current litigation; 1803, February 27: Capellan Navarro at Tula to Manuel Francisco Sanches. Concerns a dispute about "lands and boundaries". 1803, February 25:
3 pp. ALS.
2090.
Francisco Castellano at Coahuila to D. Jose Miguel Sanches Navarro. Mentions D. Miguel's acknowledgment of 51 pesos worth of seed and pan which writer sent by D. Francisco Sanchez; Don Miguel de Bargas is a guest; has been detained by bad weather, but will leave tomorrow to see D. Miguel Sanches Navarro. 1803, February 26:
2 pp. ALS.
3357.
Miguel de Vargas Machuca at Monclova to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Discusses case of Juan Ygnacio. 1803 (?), March 3:
4 pp. ALS.
2091.
Manuel Rodriguez to D. Miguel Sanches Navarro. Writer will later send two loads of corn to D. Miguel which for lack of mules he cannot now send; same is to be credited to him; the amount above what he owes D. Miguel the latter will please send to the padre cura de Coahuila in payment of a marriage fee; writer is considering leaving place where he now is and coming to D. Miguel's place. 1803, March 3:
2 pp. ALS.
77.
Navarro at Tapado to D. Juan Ygnacio de Arispe at Monclova. States that supplies are ready, the stove is about to be finished, and a carpenter is expected; he has written to Don Miguel relative to certain documents; the carpenter later arrived. 1803, March 15:
2 pp. ALS.
3523.
Joseph Dom. de Letona in Mexico City to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Discusses Joseph Maria's activities. 1803, March 16:
4 pp. ALS.
573.
Obispo del No. Rno. de Leon at Mexico City to Don Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Thanks him profusely for taking charge of the diocese; gives him certain instructions. 1803, April 13:
2 p.
49.
Josef Melchor Shez. Navarro at Tapado to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. Sends special messenger to find out what to do with flour; discusses flour and wheat; asks him to send the son of Munoz to send him to the lambing grounds (aijadero); asks him for beats and silver ornaments. 1803, April 17:
2 pp. ALS.
574.
Obispo del No. Ro. de Leon at Mexico City to Don Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports that he is setting out by way of Huatitlan and Chichimequias; promises to inform him of any unusual incident. 1803, April 20:
1 p.
58.
Br. Jose Antonio Quiros at Monterrey to Dn. Francisco Castellano. Explains why he is remaining without having planned to stay there; tells how he would like to see him and all the family; asks about Jose Ygnacio. 1803, (May) 16:
3 pp. ALS.
833.
Unsigned. Explaining his objections to a certain petition. Witnesses to prove the opposite of his contention or to affirm it would be difficult to summon because they are widely scattered; claims that the object of appeal is merely to obstruct justice. (apparently incomplete) 1803, May 18:
3 pp. D.
15.
Jose Antonio Cadena at Bahia to D. Francisco Castellano. Remonstrance about certain accounts claimed by Cadena against him. 1803, May 22:
2 pp. ALS.
11.
Navarro at Tapado to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. He is forwarding letters. Tells him he will send him some soap with the muleteers; he will also send the weighing list (romaneaje); tells him that a peon ran away yesterday; he is overwhelmed with work. 1803, May 27:
2 pp. ALS.
13.
Navarro at Tapado to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. Reports that little girl had not been found; Julian delivered letter and pieces of iron for the coach; the wheat harvesters arrived day before. 1803, June 14:
1 p. ALS.
2596.
J. Poyuelas at Saltillo to Sor. Dn. Bn. Igo. Arizpe. Reports that he is sending him by his servant, the certificate for which he asked. 1803, June 16:
2 pp. ALS.
9.
Antonio Munoz at Santa Rosa to Dn. Thomas Flores at Coahuila. Asks for playing cards. 1803, June 16:
1 p. ALS.
94.
Jose Andres de Sobrevilla at Lampasos to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports the arrival of Andres Garcia, a servant, who has asked for a job to pay Sobrevilla amount due him; he asks him to wait until November 1st for payment, and he will be responsible for account. 1803, July 1:
1 p. ALS.
54.
Br. Jph. Manl. Camacho at Santa Rosa to Da. Joaquina Sanches at Monclova. Reports that a young 15 year-old girl, Juana Sanchez, has left her home; asks her if she will take care of her, and explains the situation. 1803, July 7:
2 pp. ALS.
460.
In Hall of Justice of New Galicia at Guadalajara in presence of royal governor and those of Audiencia Real; Royal provision of Carlos III (with royal seal) granted at request of Proctor Juan Jose Madrigal, Don Jose Miguel, and Don Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro, in which they enumerate grievances against new royal governor, delays of justice due to his absence; request return of 300 pesos paid as costs of litigation. 1803, July 23:
12 pp. D.
3521.
Joseph Dom. de Letona in Mexico City to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says Joseph Maria has not been examined for a lawyer; discusses his education, etc. 1803, July 27:
3 pp. ALS.
3615.
Jph. Miguel Navarro at Santa Rosa to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he is sorry to hear of his illness. 1803, Aug.:
2 pp. LS.
1723.
Jose Francisco Gonzales de Velasco at Guadalajara to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Sending him some correspondence. 1803, Aug. 2:
1 p. ALS.
929.
Ana Maria de Luna at Vaie de Sta. Rosa to Dn. Jaustino Castellano at Coahuila. She is sending some ataderas that Manuel refused to take with him to San Antonio de Bexar. 1803, September 1:
2 pp. ALS.
852.
Navarro to Dn. Josef Miguel Shez. Navarro. Tells him he is sending servant with certain articles for him (lard, Caracas cocoa, guayaquil, cinnamon); he will set out during the day for San Gabriel. 1803, September 2:
2 pp. ALS.
2534.
D. Juan Antonio Trevino, first alferez of the company of the Prison of San Juan Baptista del Rio Grande certifies that Juan Rodriguez, because of illness, is not able to ride to Monclova to tell what he knows of the boundaries of lands of the Sanchez with the owners of Las Encinas. 1803, September 5:
1 p. ADS.
835.
Navarro at Saltillo to Don Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reports his arrival at Saltillo. 1803, September 9:
2 pp. ALS.
1722.
Jose Francisco Gonzales de Velasco at Guadalajara to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Monclova. Concerning removal of judge from one place to another. 1803, September 16:
1 p. ALS.
2067.
L. Jose Francisco Gonzalez de Velasco at Guadalajara to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Encloses a copy of the document which "we" presented here about pasture lands and salt petre lands; this copy is to be used as a model by Navarro's attorney; the writer, for reasons given, cannot send information given by the "nine, witnesses". 1803, September 20:
2 pp. ALS.
96.
Gabriel de Yermo at Mexico City to D. Jose Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Acknowledges receipt by his agent of large number (1,900) head of sheep; states total price is 4,852 pesos; he has entered this amount in account book; acknowledges note of 49,000 against him. 1803, October 5:
2 pp. LS.
1731.
Navarro at Tapado to his father. Says much of the live-stock is dying. 1803, October 6:
2 pp. ALS.
95.
Antonio de Bassoco at Mexico City to D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Letter of 24th of September informs him that S.N. wrote to D. Fernando Uribe to deliver in Saltillo box of ornaments; it also informs him that S.N. issued a draft against him for 25,000 pesos to D. Manuel, and 2,000 to Letona. 1803, October 12:
1 p. LS.
2069.
Primo Lopo. del No. Ro. de Leon at Monterrey to Miguel Sanchez Navarro. A friendly letter; writer mentions death of his mother and its effect on himself; desires that the one to whom he writes not live alone; says because of having no word from Spain war seems "positive" and therefore the merchants are "sacrificing us all". 1803, October 17:
1 p. ALS.
2070.
Manuel Royuela at Saltillo to his uncle Jose Miguel Navarro. Writes concerning the death of a relative (a woman); thanks his uncle for the "santo sacrificio" to the ashes of the relative; asks a special consideration for his bereaved "compadre"; fears a war between Spain and England is inevitable. 1803, October 19:
3 pp. ALS.
3540.
Joseph Dom. de Letona in Mexico City to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Thanks him for the money. 1803, December 14:
2 pp. ALS.
607.
Unsigned. In answer to letter; gives him local news, such as the fact that a banquet was given by the municipal corporation, but the churchmen were not invited, etc. 1803, December 27:
4 pp.
4.
Br. Jose Antonio Quiros at Labradores to Dn. Francisco Castellano. Thanks him for appointment at Valle de Labradores; sends greetings to all family; reports lack of church ornaments; asks him to procure for him certain books. 1804, January 17:
3 pp. ALS.
79.
Jose Miguel Eca y Musquiz at Saltillo to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Names ecclesiastical appointments for various points. 1804, January 25:
2 pp. ALS.
737.
Rafael Trinidad Ramos y Arispe at Saltillo to D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Gives news about health of family; tells him of church appointments to various posts. 1804, January 28:
3 pp. ALS.
1344.
Rafael Trinidad Ramos y Arispe to D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Monclova. He is sending apples with D. Javier Rodriguez; greetings. 1804, January 31:
1 p. ALS.
2268.
Document addressed to "Sres. Contadores Mayores", stating that Dn. Andres Antonio de la Mata y Cos took deposition of D. Manuel Rolluela who confessed he had not charged the 300 pesos mentioned in the instrument, the amount remaining in the hands of the former, subdelegate of Saltillo, no order of payment having been issued. 1804, February 10:
8 pp. D.
2
Sebastian Rodriguez at Hacienda de Sn. Geronimo to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Coahuila. Thanks him for past favors. Tells of difficulties in obtaining funds; states he would like to spend his last years in the mining business; he is waiting for word from Spain on wine business. 1804, February 12:
4 pp. ALS.
16.
Domingo de Berrio at San Miguel to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Coahuila. Relative to invoice for two mules sent him the previous year, and his investigation of an account due by Martin for cattle. 1804, February 24:
1 p. ALS.
699.
Migl. Ramos do Arizpe at Monterrey to Lic. D. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Condolence over death of Don Miguel's brother, Don Manuel. 1804, March 4:
2 pp. ALS.
936.
Berain. Ruberto Lujano has charged six pesos worth of corn. 1804, March 4:
1 p. ADS.
175.
Maria Manuela Ramos at Santa Rosa to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Coahuila. Asks him to forward shipments from Parras if they have arrived; asks him also to speak to Dn. Migl. Shes. about selling six or seven-cargas of wheat to Dn. Antonio; greetings. 1804, March 8:
2 pp. ALS.
2065.
Maria Zaragosa de Olivares at Monterrey to Miguel Sanchez y Navarro. An appeal for redress of a wrong done her daughter by Juan Jose Mones. 1804, March 11:
4 pp. ALS.
1346.
Navarro at Tapado to Dn. Jose Miguel Shez. Navarro at Monclova. Reports that one of the shearers killed another with a club; he is sending witnesses, prisoner, and the body. 1804, March 16:
2 pp. ALS.
12.
Juan Jose de Arellano at Santa Rosa to D. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. Asks him to write him a letter telling him he has not found the plates requested as people will not believe him. 1804, March 22:
1 p. ALS.
60.
Navarro to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Monclova. Answers letter of February 25th; tells him he does not know the origin of cheese mentioned; states he has talked to Melchorito about the cotton sacks, and other articles; states that the muleteer can bring the goods belonging to Munoz; discusses accounts. 1804, April 4:
2 pp. ALS.
1690.
J. Maynes in Florida to ?. With reference to delivery of corn to Cowboy Gregorio, Rodriguez. 1804, April 7:
1 p. ALS.
638.
Navarro at Tapado to Dn. Jose Miguel Shez Navarro. Tells him of arrival of muleteers, and that he has sent 50 boards and some soap to Santa Rosa; he cannot find papers belonging to Cariaga, deceased, and his ranch; explains his father's actions with regard to cattle; wheat is sickly; the herds are widely scattered. 1804, April 7:
2 pp. ALS.
1323.
Jose Maria del Castillo at San Fernando to Sra. Francisca Xaviera Farias at Monclova. D. Agustin Rumayor has some money for her for wax delivered to D. Francisco, deceased. Rumayor borrowed 8 pesos from him; asks her to send him the things he has asked for. 1804, April 15:
2 pp. ALS.
97.
Domingo de Ugarte at Monterrey to Do Jose Migl. Sanchez Navarro. He spent 4,000 belonging to church funds hoping to replace them later, but changes made by the bishop have forced him to pay at once; wants to borrow 3 or 4 thousand pesos and puts up his house and other property as collateral. 1804, April 16:
2 pp. ALS.
45.
Juan Ygnacio de Arispe at Monclova to Dn. Francisco Castellano. Tells him he owes the royal treasury 5 pesos on alcabala for 1801, and explains why. 1804, May 8:
1 p. ALS.
23.
Josseph Joachin Canales at Monterrey to Da. Juana Francisca Sanchez Navarro. In reply to her letters, tells her that, although they are not clear, she has done her part; Marfil pretended to be sick in jail, so they took him to the hospital as a prisoner; when they let him out of the stocks to urinate, he leaped over the wall and got away; greetings. 1804, May 13:
3 pp. ALS.
1.
Antonio Munoz at Santa Rosa to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Coahuila. He received the 8 barrels of liquor sent him; Pedro Sotelo is planning to sell lots of land; the 800 shingles ordered by Dn. Jose Maria de los Santos are ready; tells of sickness of Dn. Manuel. 1804, May 14:
2 pp. ALS.
24.
Juan Jose Sanchez at Valle de Santa Rosa to Dn. Francisco Castellano. Report on six lots sold to the barillero (traveling salesman ?); asks for remuneration for Santiago Moneo, who owned them; greetings. 1804, May 24:
1 p. ALS.
824.
Jose Melchor Shez. Navarro at Tapado to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. His father has been suffering from fever, erysipelas, and fistula, but is now better; the herds are on this side (of river) on their way to saltpeter; talks about bulls; harvesters expected Monday. 1804, June 1:
4 pp. ALS.
2349.
Letter written by Sanchez Navarro at Monclova to the excellent bishop Felizano Martin de Moya y Parras in behalf of the needy Juan Ignacio de Arispe. 1804, June 5:
2 pp. ADS.
681-B
Mariano Jph. Monzon to Dn. Jph. Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Tells him that a man will come within 4 days to explain certain matters to me; certain collections to be made; asks if roof should be repaired; remarks on shoes, and tithes. 1804, June 11:
3 pp. ALS.
65.
Antonio Munoz at Santa Rosa to Dn. Francisco Castellano. Remarks about note for certain sum due by Alferez Arze; the shingles ordered for Dn. Jose Maria de los Santos are ready for him; describes shingles, and states price; Don Manuel is much improved. 1804, June 15:
2 pp. ALS.
3549.
Joseph Dom. de Letona in Mexico City to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he is glad his father has received the remedy for measles; says weather has been hot and dry; discusses personal friends, etc. 1804, June 20:
3 pp. ALS.
935.
F. Maynez. Victoriano Rodriguez and Fermin Bargas are taking twenty-three fanegas of corn; reports that no peons went out to the harvest. 1804, July 11:
2 p. ADS.
2266.
Mexico. Account of expenses that by order of Sor. Dr. Dn. Jose Domingo Letona and on account of Sor. Dn. Manuel Royuela, the Treasurer of Saltillo erogated. Signed by Joseph Domo. de Letona (with explanation of exact amount), April 10, 1805, Mexico. Accounts and receipts enclosed. 1804, July 20:
4 pp. DS.
2910.
Monclova. Certified copy of a settlement of boundaries between the haciendas of San Ygnacio del Tapado and Nuestra Senora de los Dolores or Palau belonging to the Sanchez Navarro family and the hacienda of San Jose de las Encinas belonging to the Vazquez Borrego family; original drawn up before Governor Antonio Cordero. 1804, July 31 - Jan. 23, 1827:
11 pp. DS.
3297.
Navarro at Tapado to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro in Monclova. Is sending some soap, wool, cheese, etc. 1804, August 7:
2 pp. ALS.
47.
Jose Camacho at Saltillo to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Coahuila. States he is sending some romero with Dn. Ramon Ramos; also some pita (hemp). 1804, August 16:
1 p. ALS.
977.
Fr. Juan Francisco Rivera to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Sends him list of deaths, and asks him to list on the reverse the number of masses he has said to them; list attached. 1804, September 5:
2p. ALS.
682.
Jose Geronimo Cacho to D. Jose Migl. Sanchez Navarro at Patos. Thanks him for favors extended to traveling salesmen he recommended. Complains at failure to receive peones from Hacienda of Ramos; brandy is being made and will be barrelled; fugitive peon arrives there. 1804, September 7:
3 pp. ALS.
3534.
Joseph Dom. de Letona in Mexico City to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Hopes his uncle is better; says Joseph Ygo. is studying theology. 1804, September 12:
3 pp. ALS.
2599.
Jose Camacho at Saltillo to Senor. Writes that he has just sent to Pasqual Santos and to his son-in-law the enclosed account. 1804, September 12:
1 p. ALS.
1345.
Navarro at Tapado to D. Jose Miguel Shz. Navarro. Only to obey instructions he is sending a man to get mail, though he thinks it is unnecessary, as he explains; reports illness and runaway servants; complains against Castellano. 1804, September 16:
3 pp. ALS.
743.
Rafael Trinidad Ramos y Arispe to D. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. States that not much can be done because Doctor Lobo, executor of his brothers' will has not arrived. 1804, September 19:
1 p. ALS.
3537.
Joseph Don. de Letona in Mexico City to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he has written Don Jph. Riveiro de Aguilar for "mantas" and "Rayadillos"; regrets illness of uncle; etc. 1805, October 10:
4 pp. ALS.
3346.
Jose Melchor Sanchez Navarro at Santa Rosa to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Says he cannot leave because his wife has the measles; he has been ill with a bubo. 1804, Nov. 15:
2 pp. ALS.
3538.
Joseph Dom. Letona at Mexico City to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Acknowledging his letter and saying he will write later. 1804, November 21:
1 p. ALS.
3533.
Joseph Dom. de Letona at Mexico City to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Is sending him things ordered and bill for same--no news from Spain except that hunger and pestilence still prevail. 1804, November 28:
3 pp. ALS.
2367.
D. Jose Gregorio Sanchez Navarro files with the magistrate, D. Bartolome Rivera, a complaint against the unauthorized use of the pastures of his uncle, don Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro, Candela. 1804, November 30 - 1805, January 15:
DS 3 pp.
2466.
Rosaliade Cuellar at Monterey writes don Miguel Sanchez Nabaro, asking that he collect a sum of money owing her. 1804, December 3:
2 pp. ALS.
3423.
Joseph Rivero de Aguilar at Oaxaca to Joseph Domingo Lopez de Letona. In reference to certain accounts. 1804, December 4:
3 pp. LS.
822.
Br. Jose Miguel Urriaga at Linares to Don Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Explains previous letter about settlement of accounts. 1804, December 8:
3 pp. ALS.
823.
Jph. Santiago Villarreal at Salinas to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Acknowledges receipt of load of flour; expresses regret at addressee's ill health; encloses cuaderno and asks him to forward it. 1804, December 31:
2 pp. ALS.



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