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Collection Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents Note

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

1851

1852-1860

1861-1870

1871-1895

Undated

The Benson Latin American Collection

Sánchez Navarro Collection,

Part IV: 1851-1895 and Undated



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 Four of four in the online calender 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.

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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.

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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 IV. The other parts of the Guide to the Sánchez Navarro Collection may be found through the links below:

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Unrestricted.

Restrictions on Use

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

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Index Terms

A complete list of subject headings can be found in Part I of the online guide.

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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

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Calendar

 

1851

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12888
General summaries of expedientes relative to the impressment of the Hacienda de Encinillas and other real estate properties drawn up in the years 1851 to 1804. Contains writs issued on this matter and claims filed by creditors. This general summary was drawn up by Don Manuel de San Juan y Santa Cruz. 1851, 1857, 1764, 1791, 1804:
95 pp. D.
316
Leonardo Zuloaga at Hornos to D. Juan Nepo. de Arispe at Saltillo: Gives certain accounts, amounting to 35,000 pesos, and reports shortage of 10,000. Discusses these accounts. 1851, January 1:
2 pp. ALS.
1523
Hermanas. Francisco Berain to Juan N. de Arizpe: Concerning taxes on a shipment of goods. Report of crops and stock. 1851, Jan. 1:
3 pp. ALS.
3306
Patos. Amount of money needed to ration cowboys and shepherds in Mexico. Signed Jose Maria Ortiz. 1851, Jan. 1:
1 p.
3309
San Francisco de Patos. Account of flour consumed by cowboys and shepherds. Signed Jose Maria Ortiz. 1851, Jan. 1:
1 p.
2232
Mexico. Contract between D. Carlos Sánchez Navarro and El S.D. Luis del Conde in Hacienda de Bonanzas for sale of 8 flocks of sheep, at 3 pesos per head and the gross amount 43,440 pesos to be paid in silver in Mexico City: 21,720 in January, the remaining 21,720 within 2 months of delivery of last flock. Additional conditions of contract are given. 1851, Jan. 2:
2 pp. D.
2168
San Luis. From Jacobo S. Navarro to Sr. Licdo. D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo. Writes Arizpe to use his influence with the "new president" to put a certain individual in his cabinet. 1851, Jan. 2:
1 p. ALS.
283, 284, 285, 286, 287
Rafael Delgado at San Luis Potosi to Lic. D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Letters dealing with business accounts, and merchandise of various kinds. 5 letters 1851, January 3--May 12:
6 pp. ALS.
1560
Account of funeral, marriage, and births, of servants of Hacienda de Patos. 1851, Jan. 5-29:
5 pp.
2310
Summary of payments made at Patos by workmen in the workshop to the account of Doña Petronila Galvan. 1851, Jan. 5-March 17:
ADS.
331
Quirino Benavente at Patos to Lic. D. Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo: Reports he is sending the shepherd. He states that Perales told him that he had sighted two Indians, he and the other shepherd miraculously escaped as they were not armed. The Indians did not attack. 1851, January 6:
1 p. ALS
449
Quirino Benavente at Patos to Lic. D. Juan N. de Arizpe: States he has nothing more about Indians; and reports number of men working at the job of cleaning the irrigation ditches. Gives other details of work and of his management of hacienda business. 1851, January 8:
3 pp. ALS
1522
Hermanas. Francisco Berain to Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Says crop of "pilonsillo" has been scarce because freezing weather hurt the cane. Gives account of other crops. 1851, Jan. 8:
2 pp. ALS
2106
Patos. From Quirino Benavente to Juan Nepumoseno de Arispe A request for money for Jacobo Elizondo. 1851, Jan. 12:
1 p. ALS
2107
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Juan Nepomuseno de Arispe: 1. Writes regarding a letter which the writer fears has not reached Arispe. 2. Will finish next month a certain interprise connected with the San Antonio River provided the number of men now at work are kept on the job. 3. The little go-cart is ready to send. 4. Needs carts to send to mill the grain now on hand. 1851, Jan. 12:
2 pp. ALS.
332
Ysidro Treviño to Dn. Catarino Gerrero: Acknowledges receipt of letter of the 14th. Discusses a rodada in reply. States he is asking the attorney for money to purchase one. Asks him to send Carmona to him. 1851, January 15:
2 pp. ALS.
1521
Hermanas. Francisco Berain to Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo: Saying he is sending a load of "pilonsillo." Also concerning rental of certain building. 1851, Jan. 15:
2 pp. ALS.
288, 289, 290
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to D. Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo: Three letters dealing mostly with their business relations, accounts, shipments of merchandise, et. 1851, January 15--23:
7 pp. ALS
317
Leonardo Zuloaga and Jn. OW Linen at Hornos to Lic. Dn. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe at Saltillo: State they are sending drafts for 10,000 pesos, and give terms. 1851, January 16:
1 p. ALS
770
Maria Petronila Galvan de Castillo at Patos: Settlement of account due Juan Jose Aragon to the end of December 1850. 1851, January 17:
ADS.
2108
Patos. Qurino Benavente to Juan Nepomuseno de Arispe: 1. Has credited the tallow to Arispe. 2. Is sending a document dated 1849 which is clearer than a more recent one. 3. Account of a certain individual arranged by payment of pieles. 4. Disposition of some mattresses and buttons -- latter too large, have to be recast. 5. Will deduct the 2 pesos from the account of a certain person. 6. Two persons have died --disease described. "God knows who will escape such a cruel winter." 1851, Jan. 19:
2 pp. ALS
412
Quirino Benavente at Patos to Lic. D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Reports that the second cleaning of the dam [corte de la saca] was concluded yesterday. States he has been using over fifty men for three weeks. Needs more than sixty men and more shovels. Is sending for them. 1851, January 22:
1 p. ALS
1520
Hermanas. Francisco Berain to Juan N. de Arispe: Speaks of Indian depredations. 1851, Jan. 22:
4 pp. ALS.
1537
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Letter of remission. Says he is sending more wheat to the mill. 1851, Jan. 22:
1 p. ALS
347
Manuel Fernandez at Noria de la Trinidad to Don Juan Nepomuceno de Arizpe at Saltillo: States he has heard rumors that Don Jacobo is willing to lease the herds of sheep and goats he owns on the frontier. States he would like to lease 10,000 head of sheep. Mentions Indian depredations. 1851, January 24:
1 p. ALS
2166
Monterrey. Pablo J. Carreño to Sor. Lic. Dn. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: 1. Godfather (Dn. Leandro Aguila) of writer is at point of death. Answer to D. Juan's letter was delayed because writer was taking his godfather's last will and testament. 2. With regard to rent on D. Jacobo Sanchez' house: writer wishes D. Pablo to defer drawing on him until the funds due him in San Luis Potosi arrive. 1851, Jan. 26:
1 p. ALS.
1552
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Juan Nepomuceno de Arizpe at Saltillo: Tells of progress on repairs of house. 1851, Jan. 26:
2 pp. ALS.
426
J. Ygnacio Gonzalez Paredes at Anhelo to Dn. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: States that certain residents of La Popa are to colonize La Joya and Agua Nueva. Remarks about certain payments he has been requiring from freighters for grazing their stock. States he has never obstructed the passage of Salinas and Popa freighters. 1851, January 27:
1 p. LS.
514
Tomás Briuño acknowledges receipt of 55 loads of piloncillo, in good condition, to be delivered by him to Dn. Quirino Benavente in Patos. He is to receive $3 a load for freight. Pledges on his honor to fulfill conditions. Freight in full receipted Feb. 24, 1851. 1851, Jan. 27:
1 p. ADS.
513
Francisco Berain at Hermanas to Sor. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos: Sends by Tomás Brieño 55 loads of piloncillo which he asks him to receive and receipt. 1851, Jan. 27:
1 p. LS
333
Catarino Guerrero at Ceguin to Dn. Quirino Benavente at Patos: Complaint against claims for lumber filed against. States that a rodada was taken from him in payment, against his will. Asks for an explanation. States he is going to get certain other pieces of lumber. 1851, January 28:
2 pp. ALS
499
Angel Faveca at Mazapil to Sr. Dn. Quirino Benavente at Patos: Sends by Don José Maria Ortiz a specified sum of money to be given to S. Dn. Jose Maria de Arizpe that he may credit it to the balance of S. Garza Chopa. 1851, Jan. 28:
1 p. ALS.
1516
Estancia de la Mota. Francisco Berain to Juan de Arispe at Saltillo: Says campaign against Indians has not been carried out. Speaks of getting "pilonsillo"; says that mail from Santa Rose says that Indians (Lipans) have asked for peace in San Fernando. 1851, Jan. 29:
2 pp. ALS
413
Quirino Benavente at Patos to Lic. Dn. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe: Discusses herds to be sent to Señor Santo. Don Jacobo Elizondo probably reached La Hedionda to select one hundred bulls, 4 or 6 years old, to send to San Miguel. Remarks about three small chests received without their keys. Describes serious illness of Dn. Manuel Pedrasa. Encloses letter relative to certain lumber. Asks if he may sell corn at 6 pesos per fanega. 1851, January 30:
3 pp. ALS
1575
Hacienda de Patos. List of baptisms, marriages, and funerals held among the servants of this hacienda. Signed by Juan E. Berain. 1851, Jan. 31:
1 p. ALS
3325
Number of calves at the Rancho of San Antonio. Signed Felipe Alores at Patos. 1851, Jan. 31:
2 pp. DS
3308
Patos. Account of sheep. Signed Jose Maria Ortiz. 1851, Jan. 31:
2 pp.
3307
Patos. List of servants. Signed José Maria Ortiz. 1851, Jan. 31:
2 pp.
736
Atanacio Rodriguez at Patos: Report on work done and on repairs. 1851, January 31:
2 pp. ADS
1502
Diagram and description of well built at Hacienda of San Borja. 1851, Feb.
1 p.
528
Atanasio Rodriguez at Patos: Report of smith for work in iron and steel for month of February. 1851, Feb. 1:
2 pp. ADS
509
Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Expresses regret at illness of Sr. Pedraja, is glad he is out of danger. Discussion of paying little obligations between them. As he has no keys to the cases, asks him to send a key with the food. Cutting of wood to require permit from Patos. 1851, Feb. 1:
2 pp. ALS
506
Demetrio Lusío at Pinta to Señor Don Quirino Benavente at Hacienda de Patos. Asks permission to go to Saltillo for the holy rite of baptism. 1851, Feb. 1:
2 pp. ALS
293
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to D. Jose N. de Arispe: States he is going to file claims against the United States for damages and depredations of Comanche Indians to his haciendas. Gives details of planned procedure. Encloses detailed instructions. 1851, February 1:
3 pp. 2 pp. ALS, Df
2512
José Ma. Ortiz at Patos: Gives list of amounts of money given to several cowboys for the trip of taking cattle to Mexico. Enumerates payment of 18 pesos to pay for rent of well. Receipted below. 1851, Feb. 1:
1 p. ADS.
2510
José Ma. Ortiz at Patos. List and number of sheep entrusted to certain cowboys. 1851, Feb. 1:
1 p.
2509
José María Ortiz. List of cash needed for expenses of two cowboys and shepherds to Mexico City. 1851, Feb. 1:
1 p. ADS.
725
Francisco Berain at Hacienda de la Laguna: Report of the number of sheep in the hacienda: 25,071 sheep, 13 peones. Report of the Number of sheep in the hacienda of Hermanas: 39,435 sheep, 20 peones. 1851, February 1:
2 pp. ADS.
646
Unsigned. Account showing cost of steers being driven to San Miguel de Agerida. On back, amount of money given to Bacilio Enriquez for the trip. 1851, February 1:
2 pp. D.
1548
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Informing him of the death of Sor. Pedraza. 1851, Feb. 3:
1 p. ALS
507
Claudio Aguirre at Hedionda to Sor. D. Quirino Benavente: Reports a good season by God's will. Will send him young oxen and wishes to know if they are all right or if he needs fatter ones. 1851, Feb. 3:
2 pp. ALS
505
Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Expresses pain at death of D. Manuel Pedraja. Sends 300 pesos for the expenses of La Pastora. Acknowledges with thanks package of seed received. 1851, Feb. 4:
1 p. ALS
1547
Patos. Quirino Benavente to J. N. de Arizpe at Saltillo. Report on stock. 1851, Feb. 5:
2 pp. ALS.
292
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to D. Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo: Letter of the 27th informed him of Indian depredations at Hermanas hacienda, and poor condition of the cattle and sheep. Tells what he is doing to remedy the situation. 1851, February 8:
2 pp. ALS.
502
Claudio Aguirre at Hedionda to Sor. D. Quirino Benabente at Patos. Reports the moving of some bulls that required two men to take them. One is not good for the plow. Ask to have a peso advanced on his account. 1851, Feb. 8:
2 pp. ALS.
504
Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Reports trouble in getting seed corn at la Hedionda. Drouth makes need of haste in moving cattle. Discusses a little money obligation between them. 1851, Feb. 8:
2 pp. ALS.
1550
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Juan N. de Arizpe: Reports on stock. 1851, Feb. 9:
3 pp. ALS.
1549
Patos. Jacobo Elizondo to Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Asking leave for four or five days to arrange to business in Parras. 1851, Feb. 9:
1 p. ALS.
510
Juan F. de Puyade at Mexico (City) to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Reports 1810 sheep to be sent from Mexico City to the Hacienda. Statement of rations en route. 1851, Feb. 9:
1 p. ALS.
503
Miguel Losano at San Antonio to Sor. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Sends six fanegas of jauja, asks that the bearer, Román García be paid eight pesos. 1851, Feb. 9:
1 p. ALS
498
Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Expresses relief that the padre is relieved of his anxiety. Asks about rule of Ayuntamiento as to amount and planting of corn. Reports cold weather and little increase in herds. Asks to have nuts sent and arranges for carrier. 1851, Feb. 11:
2 pp. ALS.
501
Demetrio Lusío at Santa Elena to Sr. D. Quirino Benabente, formerly at Patos. Reports that he is short of corn for rations. 1851, Feb. 11:
1 p. ALS.
318-319
Basilio Mendanonzquera and Fermin Gortari at Durango and Monterrey to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Two letters regarding certain accounts. 1851, February 11-16:
2 pp. ALS
1517
Hermanas. Francisco Berain to Juan N. de Arispe: Says he has received payment of $100. Sends report of stock. 1851, Feb. 12:
2 pp. ALS.
1551
Patos. Quirino Benavente to J.N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Tells of killing of man by Indians; tells of the need of mule trainers. 1851, Feb. 12:
2 pp. ALS.
522
Joaquin de la Fuente at Patos. List of persons to whom was given meat of a calf from those of the drove of oxen that died. 1851 Feb. 13:
1 p. ADS.
322
J. T. Alberdi at Zacatecas to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: In reply to letter of the 3rd, acknowledge receipt of $2,500. Discussion of this amount. 185[1], February 13:
1 p. LS.
429
J. Ygnacio Gonzalez Paredes at Anhelo to Don. N. de Arispe at Saltillo: Reports that he sent out an oversser [caporal] with orders to drive out all squatters and grazers, or to come to him for written permission to remain thereon. 1851, February 14:
1 p. LS.
428
J. Ygnacio Gonzalez Paredes at Anhelo to D. Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo: Reports having found maguey workers, squatters, and cowboys trespassing in their lands. All of these people claimed that they were not on lands belonging to Don Jacobo Sanchez. 1851, February 15:
2 pp. LS.
296
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to Lic. D. N. de Arizpe: Details of the distribution of certain funds. States that the shepherds that set out Monday are taking certain articles, including grapes, bottles of Rhine wine. Discusses the keys to a trunk. 1851, February 15:
2 pp. ALS.
500
Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente Reports death inflicted by the "barbarians" and asks that Punta and Jalapa be put on guard so as to avoid greater evils. Expresses concern for the ill padre from whom he has no word. Miscellaneous details of business. 1851, Feb. 15:
2 pp. ALS.
529
Flour Report from Patos. List of persons and amounts issued. 1851, Feb. 15:
1 p. D.
2508
José Ma. Ortiz to Sor. Dn. Quirino Benavente: Report of charges made to four workers for repair of heels. 1851, Feb. 15:
1 p. ADS
495
Claudio Aguirre at Hedionda to Sr. D. Juan Napomuceno de Arispe: Reports that he has received seed corn and planted it, though planting had to be given up at certain point on account of humidity. Asks permission to rent yoke oxen from farm. Reports epidemic in two herds, and remedies applied Asks for a little vinegar. Promises a list of animals. 1851, Feb. 15:
4 pp. ALS.
2162
Monterey. Pablo J. Carreño to Sr. D. Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo: Writer cannot give the prices on furniture requested by D. Juan because the furniture he wishes is not in stock. It will be in a month at the latest. 1851, Feb. 16:
1 p. ALS.
411
Quirino Benavente at Patos to D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe: Reports that Indians have watered their stock at San Miguel's dam, and thinks they have entered La Pastora lands. They have stolen some mules, but did not harm the lambing pasture. Reports work going on with regard to certain herds of sheep. He is enclosing list of weights [romaneaje]. 1851, February 16:
3 pp. ALS
423
Juan B. Bobadilla at Parras to Don Quirino Benavente at Patos: Acknowledges receipt of letter reporting the illness of Don Esteban Berain, the parish preist, and the request for a substitute while Berain is recovering. States he is sending Don Manuel Cuellar, his lieutenant. 1851, February 17:
2 pp. ALS
320
Andres de la Garza to D. Juan Nepomuceno de Arizpe: Complains of disorders. Asks for a loan of 50 pesos. 1851, February 17:
1 p. ALS
512
Tomás Perales to Sr. Administrador Don Quirino Benavente: Asks to have a little box of medicine sent him. D. Jacobo Elisondo said that he is very well. 1851, Feb. 17:
2 pp. ALS
414
Quirino Benavente at Patos to Dn. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe at Saltillo: States he is sending him a small chest received from Mexico City. Adds that they have decided not to send the patient to Saltillo until he recovers his strength. 1851, February 18:
1 p. ALS.
370
Rl Aguirre at Mexico City to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Asks for a loan of 1500 pesos to be delivered to D. Rafael Delgado. Promises to pay in due time. Reports attack on convoy on its way to Catroce by large number of robbers. 1851, February 18:
2 pp. ALS.
497
Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente: Encloses accounts, also a letter from Claudio, giving reports on planting and number of animals. Will send vinegar to Claudio and tell him not to rent out the oxen. Rejoices that the padre escaped the second attack of Indians. Discusses movements of Seminoles. 1851, Feb. 18:
3 pp. ALS.
424
Quirino Benavente at Patos to Lic. D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe: Regrets to learn that sheep are dying at Hermanas. Reports a large band of Indians prowling in the pastures. Reports that a substitute priest is serving while Berain is recovering. Hopes that Congress will pay 25 pesos per Indian scalp. 1851, February 19:
3 pp. ALS.
1524
Monclova. Francisco Berain to Juan N. de Arizpe: Says he is here taking care of deceased Manuel Castellano's estate. Says 12,000 head of cattle are being sent to Saltillo. 1851, Feb. 19:
2 pp. ALS.
521
Francisco Berain at Monclova to Sor. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos: Reports that he has bought 900 (and a few over) cattle, some few of which are bad. Asks to have sent in the carts of piloncillo some jorongos, some hats, and 3 dozen rebozos, of which he is scarce. 1851, Feb. 19:
2 pp. ALS.
511
Demetrio Lusío at Punta de Santa Elena to Sor. Don Quirino Benavente at Patos. Acknowledges receipt of 21 colts and one mare from Antonio Ramirez. Answers question as to summer pastures. Reports that Indians are giving no trouble. 1851, Feb. 19:
1 p. ALS.
496
Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Thanks him for a gift, tells him that he will send him fruit buds for grafting. Reports swallows (golondrinas) left by Indians. 1851, Feb. 19:
1 p. ALS.
523
Demetrio Lusío at Punta to Señor Don Quirino Benavente at Patos. Gives account of Florencio de la Senda from the day that he began work, Oct. 1st. 1851, Feb. 20:
2 pp. ALS.
491
Quirino Benavente at Patos sends, by Macedonio Salazar, wheat to mills. Received by Jesús Rodríguez. 1851, Feb. 21:
1 p. ADS.
492
Ma. Petronila Galvan de Castillo, at Patos, makes statement of amount of money owing him from Ma. del Refugio Vela. Receipted on reverse side (as from Quirino Benavente) by Ma. Petronila de Castillo, Feb. 23, 1851. 1851, Feb. 21:
2 pp. ADS.
493
Simón Lozano, at San Antonio to Sr. Don Quirino Benavente at Patos. Sends by Basilio Mata an amount of janja for which he requests credit and adjustment. 1851, Feb. 21:
1 p. ALS.
295
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to Lic. D. N. de Arispe at Saltillo: States he is enclosing a contract between D. Felix Malo and D. Macario Peres about boundaries of property. Discusses business of sheep at Patos. States he may go to Vera Cruz. 1851, February 21:
1 p. ALS.
524
Demetrio Lusío at Hac. de Sta. Elena to Sor. D. Quirino Benabente at Patos. Asks about constructing a cave for hunting, and sets forth its advantages. 1851, Feb. 22:
1 p. ALS.
494
Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos: He complains of the attacks and depredations of the Indians. They have done him no bodily harm, but have robbed him of crops and work animals. Mentions the curate and his lack of companionship. Speaks hopefully of abatement of troubles. 1851, Feb. 22:
3 pp. ALS.
425
Quirino Benavente at Patos to Lic. D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe: He is angry because many sheep have died. States he could fight the shepherds, the neighbors, and even the saints. He has received the piloncillo sent from Hermanas. Reports theft of a mule by the Indians. 1851, February 23:
3 pp. ALS.
525
Demetrio Lusío at Sta. Elena to Sor. Drn. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Reports by name several workers who have presented their bills for labor, with no charges against them. 1851, Feb. 23:
1 p. ALS
519
Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. D. Puncho Berain wishes to have sent with the carts that bring the piloncillos, some jorongos, some hats and 3 dozen rebozos, goods that are much needed. 1851, Feb. 23:
1 p. ALS.
409-410
Quirino Benavente at Patos to Don Juan Nepomuceno de Arizpe at Saltillo: Two letters relative to the payment of an account [$159] due Don Manuel Antonio Delgado. 1851, February 23 and March 18:
518
Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Reports cattle diseased because of malnutrition. Will pay the 159 pesetas when the warrant is received. Asks to have sent his old sleeves and chiramas if finished, also half of the nuts. Reports loss of horses by Indians. Believes some of ranch hands in league. Recommends dismissal of some. 1851, Feb. 25:
2 p. ALS.
515
J. Ma. López at S. Jose to Sor. Adminis. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Acknowledges receipt of letter asking for certain articles which he sent. Reports that J. Ma. Urangel is in the mountain, that on the morrow without fail they will put him here. 1851, Feb. 25:
1 p. ALS.
1553
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Juan N. de Arizpe. Report on stock. 1851, Feb. 25:
4 pp. ALS.
516
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda to S. D. Quirino Benabente. Reports no news but cattle feeling drouth. At the end of rations, asks for 2 fanegas of beans. Some are asking corn for the days of la cuaresma. Juan Martinez asks for a rebozo for his wife, for they are scarce. 1851, Feb. 26:
4 pp. ALS.
1519
Hermanas. Francisco Berain to Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Gives report on stock; says he hopes Congress approves campaign against Indians. 1851, Feb. 26:
2 pp. ALS.
367
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Patos: Regrets to learn that his uncle, Father Berain, is seriously ill. Reports that a mining enterprise has been organized at Catorce, and is known as an English company. Remarks on profitable outlook of this enterprise. 1851, February 26:
2 pp. ALS
346
Manuel A. Delgado at Patos to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: States he is more afraid of cattle thieves than of Indians. Describes the way in which he detected and identified the thieves that had been stealing his cattle. 1851, February 26:
3 pp. ALS.
520
Claudio Aguirre at Deionda to S. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Reports delivery of 20 fanegas of corn for rations, the escape of the Yuxtecos. Describes part of pastures in which there is greatest increase. 1851, Feb. 27:
2 pp. ALS.
2507
Tomás Perales. Report on livestock of Hac. de Obejas, also report on increase and decrease in personnel. 1851, Feb. 28:
2 pp. ADS.
2506
Felipe Flores. Count of the number of goats and hides of the Rancho de San Antonio. 1851, Feb. 28:
ADS.
2511
José Ma. Ortiz at Patos to Don Franco. de Patos. List of sheep and cowboys to whom entrusted. 1851, Feb. 28:
2 pp. ADS.
2513
José Ma. Ortiz at Patos. List of sheep and hides with names of those responsible for them. 1851, Feb. 28:
1 p. ADS.
335
Quirino Benavente at Patos to Lic. D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Decree Number 23, of January, 1851, was published recently, he states. Since regulations concerning corn were not to go into effect until 20 days later, he sent 22 fanegas of corn to La Hedionda. Fears corn was held up on the way as it has not arrived. States he does not trust bearer. 1851, February 28:
2 pp. ALS.
2284
José Ma. Ortiz at Patos itemizes the usual rations of flour issued to the servants. 1851, March 1:
ADS.
2287
José María Ortiz at Patos itemizes the cash issued to cowboys and porters for traveling expenses. 1851, March 1:
ADS
2286
José María Ortiz at Patos itemized statement of cash issued to a cowboy and two porters. Footnote in another handwriting. 1851, March 1:
ADS.
2307
Claudio Aguirre notifies don Ouirino Benavente that four servants are leaving and asks him to send. 1851, March 1:
ADS.
2297
José Salome Ramos at Hedionda Grande writes Sr. don Ouirino Benavente at Patos about the account of Juan Antonio Ramos, a shepherd. 1851, March 1:
ALS.
2309
Juan N. Arrispe at Saltillo writes to don Ouirino Benavente at Patos about the condition of don Ouirinos' crops, some fruits and shoots he is sending don Ouirino and about an expedition against the Indians. 1851, March 1:
ALS.
2305
Juan F. de Puyada writes from Mexico City to don Ouirino Benavente at Patos, notifying him of the amounts of cash supplied by Puyada to a cowherd and two shepherds leaving for Patos with 1810 sheep. 1851, March 1:
ALS.
2123
London. Sr. D. Carlos Sanchez Navarro at Mexico City: 1. Supposes D. Marcial Berrain has arrived at D. Carlos' home. 2. D. Carlos "will have seen" from a former letter how his account stands. 1851, March 1:
1 p. AL.
526
Francisco Berain. Count of cattle in charge of Ayudante Miguel Salazar for Hacienda de Patos. 1851, Mar. 1:
1 p. DS.
527
Francisco Berain. Statement of Profit and Loss for Hacienda de Hermanas. 1851, Mar. 1:
1 p. DS.
415
Quirino Benavente at Patos to D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe at Saltillo Letter of 27th from Claudio informs him of the arrival of corn; Claudio adds remarks about La Hedionda. Dn. Jacobo Elizondo reports condition on the lambing grounds. Asks how much money Don Jacobo gave to the peons on the road to Mexico City. 1851, March 2:
2 pp. ALS.
2165
Monterrey. Pablo J. Carreñs to Sor. Lic. Dn. Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo: 1. There was an error in the libranza drawn by you on Sr. Montero as to the time of maturity. He wished to make note of it at the bottom of the document, but when I sent it to him he was too busy to attend to it. Will retain the libranza until he does make the annotation and then will send it to you. 2. Will send statement of rent etc. of Sr. Sanchez' house when I can find time. 1851, March 2:
1 p. ALS.
348
Manuel Fernandez at Pesqueria Grande to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Thanks him for offer of lease on sheep herds but thinks the price for lease is excessive. States he has found some livestock with the brand described to him, and will send him this stock as soon as he can find someone to take them. 1851, March 2:
1 p. ALS.
2296
Francisco Miaele at Muchachos writes don Ouirino Benavente with reference to some cartloads of grain and some turkeys. 1851, March 3:
ALS.
Manuel A. Delgado at Patos to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: States his father is gravely ill. Reports by name certain goat and cattle thieves. 1851, March 3:
2295
Juan N. de Arrispe at Saltillo writes to Sr. D. Ouirino Benavente at Patos with reference to several thousand sheep, the disposal of some corn and his own health. 1851, March 4:
ALS.
357
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Reports he has sent a baciero out to meet the herds being sent to him from Patos. Discusses disposal of these herds of sheep. States that Carlos will set out within two weeks. 1851, March 5:
2 pp. ALS.
344
Manuel A. Delgado at Patos to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Reports he is sending goat thieves in the custody of Father Berain's cowboy. States he also captured thieves who stole a cow from him. Asks how to file claims against thieves. 1851, March 5:
2 pp. ALS.
1515
Hermanas. Francisco Berain to Juan N. de Arispe: Complaining of the little care that his foreman has taken of his flocks of sheep and asking Juan de Arispe to find him another man to act as his foreman. Asks if he thinks it is advisable and at what price to sell all wool to a Mr. Rich of El Paso. Says he expects to begin shearing the following Monday. 1851, Mar. 5:
2 pp. ALS.
416
Quirino Benavente at Patos to Lic. D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe at Saltillo: States he is sending Quirino with the honey-colored horse by slow stages. States that Ortiz and Perales have not returned from the herds and he is worried. 1851, March 6:
1 p. ALS.
2292
Demetrio Lusio at Santa Elena acknowledges receipt of 6 fanegas of corn. 1851, March 7:
ADS.
297
Antonio de la Garza y Campos at Monterrey to Dn. N. de Arispe at Saltillo: Acknowledges receipt of his letters from Matamoros. Complains that Matamoros is not really existing, no business, no merchandise. Received the $2995.77 in payment of account. 1851, March 7:
1 p. ALS.
3546
Mexico. Unsigned to Jose Luis de Santto. Says he cannot give him the stock that is coming from Patos. 1851, March 8:
2 pp.
2632
Mexico. Writer cannot send to Sr. D. José Luis de Santo the cattle he asks for as he is obligated to another person. If the other person will agree to release them, he may have them. L. (unsigned) 1851, Mar. 8:
2 pp.
2291
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda Grande notifies señor Torres that Rodriguez is to replace Basilio Enriques as a cowhand. 1851, March 9:
ADS.
2294
Demetrio Lusio at Santa Elena writes señor don Ouirino Benavente at Patos, asknowledging receipt of forty-six fanegas of grain and with reference to some colts. 1851, March 9:
ALS.
2306
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda writes to don Quirino Benavente, giving him information about the crops, servants leaving and asking for an advance on his account. 1851, March 9:
ALS.
2343
Demetrio Lusio writes don Jacobo Elisondo about a bull. 1851, March 10:
ALS
1518
Hermanas. Francisco Berain to Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo: Says he understands that goods ordered are on their way. Says there have been several Indian raids and tells of the killing of a man and his two servants by Indians. 1851, Mar. 12:
2 pp. ALS.
314
Francisco Cepeda at Saltillo to D. Juan N. de Arispe at Hacienda de Patos: States he is sending D. Juan Barrera to get a letter authorizing him to get the cattle at La Punta. 1851, March 12:
1 p. ALS.
299
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to Lic. D. Juan N. de Arispe: Remarks about the claims to be filed against the United States by several ranchmen for depredations committed by American Indians. Remarks about certain bonds and documents, and accounts. Discusses sale of sheep. 1851, March 12:
4 pp. ALS.
2281
Claudio de Aguirre at Edion de Grande: Acknowledgement of receipt of seventy-six fanegas and six almudes of corn from the hacienda of Patos. 1851, March 13:
ADS.
2252
Claudio Aguirre at Hedionda Grande to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente Writes of measurements that he was ordered to make. Reports on farming implements on hand. Asked to be informed of hired hands that he secures. 1851, Mar. 13:
3 pp. ALS.
321
Juan Blackaller at Monclova to D. Juan Nepomuceno Arizpe at Saltillo: Addresses him as attorney for property of D. Jacobo Sanchez, and wants to rent for ten years the machinery and house on the river, including a cotton gin. He states conditions. 1851, March 13:
2 pp. ALS.
313
Jesus Barrera at San Juan to Licenciado D. Juan N. de Arispe at Hacienda de Patos: States he is the receiver of the cattle, and discusses certain herds. 1851, March 13:
2 pp. ALS.
2283
José Ma. Ortiz at Patos asks don Ourino Benavente to issue to his wife any supplies due Andres Lopez. 1851, March 14:
ADS.
2299
Claudio Aguirre at Hedionda Grande writes don Ouirino Benavente at Patos with reference to the severe drouth, the employees and some funds which he forwards to his employer by the bearer of this letter. 1851, March 15:
ALS.
2298
Juan N. de Arrispe at Saltillo writes Sr. D. Ouirino Benavente at Patos with reference to some commissions (disposal of sheep, grain, etc.) he has undertaken for the latter. 1851, March 16:
ADS
2300
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda writes don Quirino Benavente at Patos with reference to some peons' accounts. 1851, March 18:
ALS.
2308
Claudio Aguirre records that Silverio Fonseca stopped work Feb. 22, 1851. 1851, March 19:
ADS.
418
Quirino Benavente at Patos to D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe: Reports that the honey-colored horse was received, that Epifanio Salazar is to be sent to watch the herds, and that he has received three hundred pesos from Lieut. D. Francisco Barragan. D. Jacobo Elizondo reports on condition of stock. The wolves depredations, etc. 1851, March 19:
4 pp. ALS.
300
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to Lic. D. Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo: States he will send him the hats requested. Reports that Don Marciano Peres Castro died some years ago before certain documents concerning Pedregaso property were authenticated. 1851, March 19:
1 p. ALS.
1554
San Luis. Aguirre to Juan N. Arizpe at Saltillo: Says he is sending him a bundle of clothes. 1851, Mar. 19:
1 p. ALS.
336
Quirino Benavente at Patos to D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe: States he went out to examine the irrigation ditch, despite his fear of the Indians. Discusses the irrigation ditch. Gives details of the Indians approach, and pursuit by several men, but failure to capture them. 1851, March 20:
4 pp. ALS.
2301
Juan N. de Arrispe at Saltillo writes don Ouirino Benavente with reference to the price of corn, the Indian raids, the illness of the priest and a recent musicale. 1851, March 21:
ALS.
2303
Juan Arrispe at Saltillo writes don Ouirino Benavente at Patos about the sale of some sheep. 1851, March 22:
ALS.
334
Quirino Benavente at Patos to D. Juan Nepo. de Arispe: Discussing certain number of sheep. Reports that the Indians stole some stock from the renter of Nariagua. The Indians were pursued but not overtaken. The irrigation ditch dam was completed, he adds. 1851, March 23:
4 pp. ALS.
662
Unsigned. Accounts of money paid out for work and rations given to workers. 1851, March 24:
3 pp. D.
2302
Juan N. Arrispe at Saltillo writes don Ouirino Benavente at Patos with reference to the care of several thousand sheep, the Indian raids and some guns to be given don Agapito. 1851, March 25:
ALS.
1525
Hermanas. Francisco Berain to Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo Concerning sale of wool; also concerning rentals and accounts. 1851, Mar. 25:
2 pp. ALS.
364
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Reports he found certificate of forced loan taken from him in the year 1836 or 1837. Discusses certain accounts. He could not get seat on the stage, and is not going to set out, but is sending Carlos, Marcial, and Pablo. 1851, March 26:
2 pp. ALS
2293
Agapito Recio at San Juan writes señor don Ouirino Benavente at Patos asking for some guns to be distributed among his shepherds and cowherds and for news about the Indians. 1851, March 28:
ALS
2304
Juan Arrisoe at Saltillo writes don Ouirino Benavente at Patos about work on a dam, some sheep and to inquire about the family of one Rafael Vetal who formerly lived at Patos. 1851, March 29:
ALS.
366
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to D. Juan N. de Arizpe Saltillo: Reports he has sold 7,000 head of sheep to D. Mariano Vega to be delivered at Patos. 1851, March 29:
1 p. ALS.
2122
Paris. Urribarren. From Aguirrevengoa, fils and to Sr. D. Carlos Sanches Navarro in Mexico City. Writer extends congratulations to D. Berain, cousin of D. Carlos because of safe arrival. Writer has paid in full the account with the Sres. Murrieta as requested by Don Carlos. Statement with letter. 1851, March 30:
2 pp. LS.
338
Quirino Benavente at Patos to D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe: States he is sending account of sheep at Hermanas, and discusses sheep. Don Jacobo Elizondo is to send out 250 cattle from La Hedionda. Discusses accounts. 1851, March 30:
3 pp. ALS.
2282
List of increase and decrease in servants, also list of hides bought or sold on account. 1851, March 31:
D.
2280
Felipe Flores at Patos. Report on number of head of cattle and increase and decrease of servants. 1851, March 31:
ADS.
2279
Tomás Perales at Hacienda de Ovejas. Report on livestock and list of increase and decrease in personnel. 1851, March 31:
ADS.
2289
Atanasio Rodriguez renders itemized statement of iron and steel work done for the hacienda of Patos. 1851, March 31:
ADS.
2285
Jose Ma. Ortiz at Patos. Statement of income and expenditures for the month. 1851, March 31:
ADS.
2288
José Ma. Ortiz at Patos. Itemized list of sheep in his charge. 1851, March 31:
ADS.
2290
Francisco Berain at Hermanas gives itemized statement of sheep at Hermanas on this date. 1851, April 1:
ADS.
2262
Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Writes that he had already been informed by D. Manuel and D. Ignacio of the amounts that they had sent him. Thinks it well that D. Isidro be paid at once as money is getting scarce there. If the sheep are thin, the sending of them should be later on. The little orange trees from Mexico should be kept in the sun until they begin to sprout. 1851, Apr. 1:
2 pp. ALS
2124
London. From Comunita & Co. to Sr. D. Carlos Sanches Navarro at Mexico City. Glad to learn of Sr. Berain's safe arrival. In letter of Feb. 1st writer sent D. Carlos a summary of his account showing balance due. Has placed on D. Carlos' account the sum due Aguirrevengou, fils and Uribarren of Paris. Has collected the bill of exchange sent by D. Carlos and placed it to his credit. 1851, Apr. 1:
1 p. LS.
1536
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Concerning rental of certain piece of land. 1851, April 1:
2 pp. ALS.
2192
Claudio Aguirre at Hedionda to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos; writes concerning some goods he wishes sent to the workmen, laboring on the tanker under Sr. Jose, and to himself; concerning the partitioning of when among the livestock; states that Juan Martines wishes to be paid the 2 pesos he is owed. 1851, April 2:
2 pp. ALS.
2164
Monterrey. From Pablo José Carreño to Sr. Lic. Dn. Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo: Col. Montero "today" paid the amount of D. Juan's former libranza, 80 pesos. Statement as to the 20 pesos mentioned in D. Juan's letter, the colonel paid ten and will pay the other ten in two weeks. Writer with others has made a contract with a certain individual to bring the funds from San Luis Potosi. Consequently in 15 or 20 days he will write D. Juan in order that he may make disposition of the rent of the casa del Sr. Sanches, which rent the writer will have in his possession. 1851, April 2:
1 p. ALS.
365
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Carlos left a letter for Lic. Campos, which writer is forwarding. Asks him to send the peones to help him work, as he promised. Promiese to write again. 1851, April 2:
1 p. ALS.
337
Quirino Benavente at Patos to Lic. D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Discusses accounts, and reports that he agrees with notice given to Don Jacobo that sheep were not good quality. Gives amount of wool on hand, and mentions shearers as being ready. 1851, April 2:
2 pp. ALS.
1514
Hermanas. Francisco Berain to Juan N. de Arizpe. Says Indians have been rather quiet; says he is sending 17 fish for Holy Week; wishes to know if his brother has returned to Europé. 1851, April 2:
2 pp. ALS.
2263
Eduardo González at Aguamulea to S. Dn. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Discussion of the disappearance of a horse. It seems to have been in care of Claudio Aguirre when it disappeared. Mariano Palacio appears to be guilty. If so, he must pay the penalty of the theft. 1851, Apr. 3:
2 pp. ALS.
2255
Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Reports payment of D. Isidro Sanchez. In order that land sown by the Rodriguez may not remain vacant, advises that it be rented. Asks him to see about getting seed from Juana Petra. Dn. Manuel thinks it can be had from Florida. 1851, Apr. 3:
1 p. ALS.
2188
Gregorio del Castillo to Sr. Dn. Quirino Benavente: States that Martin has a workers bill for his labor between July 2nd and August 2nd; a note by the paymaster states that this payment on eleven days work will be to his profit. 1851, April 3:
1 p. ALS.
342
Francisco Berain at Hermanas to the Respetable Junta Calificadora de la Villa de Muzquiz: Declares bankruptcy for Hacienda del Mezquite for the payment of taxes. Explains conditions that produced bankruptcy, as mainly Indian depredations and drought. 1851, April 3:
1 p. D.
1526
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Tells him when to send his sheep to be sheared. 1851, April 3:
1 p. ALS
530
Juan F. de Puyade at Mexico City to Sor. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Report of 1810 sheep sent to Patos and list of rations for animals and men en route. 1851, Apr. 5:
1 p. ADS.
1527
Patos. Quirino Benavte. to Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Says sheep are too thin to undertake long journey--will not answer for results. 1851, April 5:
1 p. ALS.
2185
Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos writes that due to ill health of the sheep it would be unwise to send them to Sr. D. Jacobo until a later date; says that due to lack of transportation Sr. Jacobo is not leaving for Veracruz; states that a disease has begun in the wheat crops. 1851, April 6:
1 p. ALS.
343
Rafael Aldape at Santa Rosa to Lic. Dn. Juan Nepomuceno Arizpe at Saltillo: States he is to preside at the Council of Appraisal [Junta Calificadora] established by the treasury law of March 23rd. Asks him to give him certain information. He is enclosing a document for his perusal. Asks how he can file claim for damages. 1851, April 6:
2 pp. ALS.
1528
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Concerning sheep shearing. 1851, April 6:
2 pp. ALS.
2186
Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo writes to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos that the sheep should not be sent en route; concerning cabbage seeds to be found in Florida; regrets that the women laugh at the paintings of the bed linen and he wishes to know their cost. 1851, April 8:
1 p. ALS.
2191
Pompano Garces at Salavo writes to Sr. Dn. Juan de Arispe at Saltillo concerning a letter sent by Pr. Vega from Mexico, enclosing a note inquiring as to the inovations at Patos and the working people. 1851, April 8:
1 p. ALS.
2161
Hermanos. Francisco Berain to Sr. D. Juan N. de Arizpe: The cane crop at Doledad a failure. The new planting together with "what there was" will make a moderate yield. Cane on this plantation not coming up well. The hard December freezes may have killed the germ. Regarding the sending of some cattle to D. Juan. Effect of the new ley de la hacienda Concerning sending some fish and dried meat to D. Juan. Writer is sending bill of lading and the weight of the wool which was being sent on that day. Also sending last months "cuenta de obejas." Unable to get the information about Juan Martinez account. Writer's uncle was so "reserved" about this account that no one knew anything about it. 1851, April 9:
4 pp. ALS
2179
Tomas Briuño at Hermanas: Statement declaring the writer to have received orders to carry 80 sacks of wool to D. Quirino Benavente at Patos within 18 days. 1851, April 9:
ADS. 1 p.
2178
Francisco Berain at Hermanas: Report on twenty seven sacks of wool sent to Patos to D. Quirino Benavente. 1851, April 9:
2 p. ADS
363
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Acknowledges receipt of clause 50 of his father's testament, and discusses it. States he plans to set out with the family on the 12th. Discusses collection of certain accounts. 1851, April 9:
2 pp. ALS.
2184
Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente concerning the feeding of donkeys; hopes his orders as to the 500 sheep are pleasing to Sr. Benavente; states that Sr. D. Jacobo has asked that Pancho Chico leave the estate to join him; states in postcript that due to fluctuation in prices he has had to credit the suet. 1851, April 9:
ALS.
1538
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Report on shearing of sheep. 1851, April 9:
3 pp. ALS.
2187
Eugenio Reyes at Patos. Statement of liquidation of an account, except for 7 1/4 reales, by Marcelina Luna. Payment to debt by Sheppard Andres Vargas through Sr. D. Q. Benavente. 1851, April 10:
1 p. LS.
2189
Juan N. de Arizpe writes from Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos concerning 7000 sheep to be bougnt by D. Mariano Vega and asks that a date be arranged with Sr. Garzes for their delivery. 1851, April 10:
1 p. ALS.
2177
José Maria Ortiz at Patos: Statement of cash given to cowherds and porters for travelling expenses. 1851, April 10:
1 p. ADS.
1490
(Unsigned) to Pomposo Garzes at Patos. Concerning sheep sold by Jacobo Sanches to Mariano Vega. 1851, April 11:
1 p. ALS.
2253
Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Discusses contract of new renters. Is glad the wheat is doing well. Thanks him for taking charge of his very abundant sheep shearing. Inquires about two men who have escaped, carrying off machetes. Says they are to be punished by whipping, confinement or by other punishment. Reports death of a friend. 1851, Apr. 12:
2 pp. ALS.
2254
Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Just after mailing a letter to him, he received one from D. Jacobo asking him to send men and team to arrive from 5th to 10th of following month. Wants two coaches, as his mother plans to go, seven men and three teams of mules. Arizpe asks that Benavente help him get the men needed. 1851, Apr. 12:
1 p. ALS.
399
Sanchez at San Luis Potosi to Dn. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: Thanks him for past favors, and states he is sending a draft for 10,000 pesos on D. Juan Ruiz Cañizo. Asks him to send him money to Mexico City in two shipments. 1851, April 12:
2 pp. ALS
1545
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Juan N. de Arizpe: Concerning sale of sheep. 1851, April 13:
3 pp. ALS.
1543
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Juan N. de Arizpe: Concerning apprehension of shepherds; also Indian depredations. 1851, April 15:
4 pp. ALS.
2160
Hermanas. Francisco Berain to Sr. Lic. D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Trouble with Indians "attacking" the cattle. The "maldecidos" Chichimecas Indians know to attack the cattle when the young are put to theri mothers. There is going to be trouble in getting the boys who flee to go back to the ahi jadero. Encloses a note of identification of the carritero who is taking the wool. 1851, April 16:
2 pp. ALS.
362
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Explains that the order given him by Gen. G. Conde for $2000 was caused by a loan he made to the general, and by an order of Señor Bustamante. States he approves the withholding of the departure of certain sheep. 1851, April 16:
2 pp. ALS
1540
Edionda. Claudio Aguirre to Quirino Benavente at Patos. Concerning damage to crops because of dry spell. 1851, Apr. 17:
3 pp. ALS
2261
Francisco Mirele at Muchachos to Sor. Dn. Quirino Benabente Writes that he received from Vicente Ferrer Ramírez his welcome letter about the Indians, addressed to Dn. Agapito Resio to whom he is sending it at once at about 3 P.M. 1851, Apr. 18:
1 p. ALS
2258
Pompano Garay at Hacienda del Salado to Sor. Dn. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Asks to have sent sheep that he is expecting to receive. Some are near Hediondita. 1851, Apr. 18:
1 p. ALS
2256
Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Explains press of legislative duties and haste to finish in short time left. Says the cattle will be delivered by Saturday. Asks him to send the men and the team by 21st, making allowance for change of animals. Says the arrest of the shepherds seems to him difficult. 1851, Apr. 19:
2 pp. ALS.
2257
Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Doña Mariquita is going to send to Mexico for a dress pattern of velvet to have a dress made. She wants Quirino to come to deliver it to her. Holy Week is to be celebrated in Palomas and in Sta. María, where there is the greatest poverty. 1851, Apr. 19:
1 p. ALS.
3613
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Juan Nepo. de Arispe. Says he expects the shepherds on the 24th. Gives report on stock; also reports on workers; gives report on Indian activities; tells of Holy Week activities; says Sr. Cuellar leaves for Parras to sign some papers. 1851, April 20:
4 pp. ALS.
2183
Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo writes to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos concerning some shepherds for whom he is willing to pay their debt at Patos if their references are authentic and their behaviour good. 1851, April 20:
ALS.
2259
Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Reports that Quirino set out the day before. Thanks him for the information that he gave as to the Indians. The law as to servants stirring up trouble with the governor; should have been published. Informs him of the load that Briseño is bringing, adding that he will bring also a little fish and dried meat. 1851, Apr. 22:
1 p. ALS.
2260
Claudio Aguirre at Hedionda to S. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Writes that Beraldo Aguirre is bringing the mare of Martin Aguirre to be sold. It is what his account calls for. 1851, Apr. 23:
1 p. ALS.
427
J. Ygnacio Gonzalez Paredes at S. José de la Laja to C. Juan Nepomuneco Arispe at Saltillo: Wants to purchase a herd of horses for his son, who has to work his wheat crop. Will wait for answer at Anelo. 1851, April 23:
1 p. LS
1513
Hermanas. Francisco Berain to Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo Says he can't get anyone interested in a campaign against the Indians. Says that machine that Gutierrez wishes to use as payment on rent is not very good. 1851, April 23:
2 pp. ALS.
1546
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Juan N. de Arizpe. Concerning deseased crops. 1851, April 23:
4 pp. ALS.
645
Camilo Vazquez at Hacienda de la Venta: Receipt for 3685 sheep and 5814 goats delivered to him by order of Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro. Several other articles also mentioned. 1851, April 24:
1 p. ADS.
2110
Saltillo. Statement of the agent of Sr. D. Jacobo Sanches Navarro showing amount of income to date on "all his property" in and around Saltill. Values assigned to the property of the Srs. Sanches for taxation "according to the decree of the State of March 23., 1850." This property was located in six different jurisdicciones. [doc. not signed] 1851, Apr. 26:
2 pp.
2180
Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo writes to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos concerning a disease iminent in the wheat crop, advising that only 50 bushels of wheat be sent to Andres de la Fonente until payment is sure; refers to a charge in which a hanging was averted only by paying 300 pesos of the 900 pesos due; advises no delay in paying taxes. In the postcript he refers to the death of three mutual acquaintances and agrees to the dismissal of 200 goatsherds. 1851, April 26:
ALS.
422
Quirino Benavente at Patos to Lic. D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Reports on a deal for 7,000 head of sheep to be delivered to Don Pomposo Garzes. Asks for further instructions. 1851, April 26:
2 pp. ALS.
361
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Acknowledges certificates of testament belonging to Señor Muzquiz, as enclosed in letter of 14th. States that the articles for Mrs. Desiderio are difficult to get. 1851, April 26:
1 p. ALS
421
Rafael Sanchez at Patos to Lic. D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe at Saltillo: States that his mother sent a special messenger to let him know that she was needing money badly. He is sending the same messenger to him, and asks him for a loan of 200 pesos to help his family. 1851, April 28:
1 p. ALS.
420
Quirino Benavente at Patos to Lic. D. Juan Nepo. de Arispe: Reports that the wheat is looking good. Warns him about overwork in congress because of the danger of having cholera. States he has placed Juan Barrientos in jail. Gives list of other shepherds who ran away owing money, and list of money owed. Hopes to finish work on dam next Wednesday. Gives local news. 1851, April 28:
3 pp. ALS.
2181
Juan N. Arispe at Saltillo writes to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos concerning the prices of clothing being sent to the latter; desires to know if the shepherds are to be expected and the whereabouts of Juan Barrientos that he may send the bill; wishes to know if Sr. Garcia received the cattle; deals with wool transaction conveyed by Briteño; pays 200 pesos on an 800-900 peso debt; in the postcript he reminds him to send the donkeys to the Hacienda. 1851, April 29:
ALS.
2182
Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo writes to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos concerning thirty or forty bushels of wheat to be sent to Eucarnacion Florel. 1851, April 29:
ALS.
298
Manuel Ortiz at San Felipe to Lic. Dn. Juan Arispe at Saltillo: States that he is now in a position to purchase all the livestock he will sell him, and asks him to tell him what he has for sale. Luis Sanches is near there and can pick up the stock. 1851, April 29:
1 p. LS.
2176
José Maria Ortiz at Patos: Account of the distribution of money remaining from the purchase of sheep and cattle. 1851, April 30:
1 p. DS.
2175
At Patos: Account of cruppers given to cowherds at Edionda. 1851, April 30:
1 p. AD.
2174
Felipe Flores at Patos: Report on livestock and on increase and decrease in personel. 1851, April 30:
2 p. ADS.
2173
Tomas Perales. Account of sheep and cattle, and an account of the increase and decrease in personnel. 1851, April 30:
2 pp. ADS.
2278
José Maria Ortiz at Patos: Statement of cattle, hides, and implements on account. 1851, April 30:
1 p. ADS.
2172
Atanalio Rodriguez at Patos: Account of work and mending done on the estate. 1851, April 30:
1 p. ADS.
2170
José Maria Ortiz at Patos: Statement of the distribution of corn to the hired workers from Jalapa. 1851, April 30:
1 p. DS.
2169
José Maria Ortiz at San Francisco de Patos: Statement of the amount of sheep of all ages in his care. 1851, April 30:
1 p. ADS.
419
Quirino Benavente at Patos to Lic. D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Thanks him for certain favors. Reports that Don Pomposo Garces received 6,823 head of sheep. States he is concerned over expense of shipping out sheep. Gives details of other work on the hacienda. 1851, April 30:
2 pp. ALS.
311
Francisco Berain at Monclova to D. Juan N. de Arispe at Saltillo: Reports cattle theft by the Indians at Hermanas. States he is leaving business there unfinished and setting out to Hermanas to ascertain extent of damage. 1851, April 30:
2 pp. ALS.
676
Demetrio Lucio at Santa Elena to Don Quirino Benavente at Patos: Reports he is sending 10 donkeys and one halter. Has not been able to get any oxcarts to haul the corn. 1851, May --
2 pp. ALS.
664
Francisco Berain at Hermanas: Statement showing the number of sheep at Hacienda de Hermanas; lists 26 peones and 42,305 head. 1851, May 1:
1 p. ADS.
673
José Maria Ortiz at Patos: Amount of money needed for rations for overseers and shepherds who are to set out for Mexico City. 1851, May 1:
1 p. ADS.
651
Jose Maria Ortiz at Patos: Amount of flour distributed to overseers [bacieros]. 1851, May 1:
1 p. ADS.
677
Demetrio Luscio: Cruz Niño is asking for one peso and some supplies; Paulino Lucio also wants one peso. 1851, May 2:
ADS.
1544
Edionda. Claudio de Aguirre to Quirino Benevente at Patos. Gives report on weather and crops. 1851, May 3:
3 pp. ALS.
679
Ygnacio Lozano at San Antonio to Don Quirino Benavente: States that one of his servants is on his way to report to Benavente. Writer is responsible for expenses. Is going to San Luis. 1851, May 3:
2 pp. ALS.
678
Juan N. de Arizpe at Patos to Don Quirino Benavente: Acknowledges receipt of receipt for sheep. Is glad work of dam and stockage is finished; and asks him to send him a shepherd in the care of a hired hand. 1851, May 3:
1 p. ALS.
675
Tranquilino Bañuelos at Saltillo to Don Quirino Benavente [at Patos]: Asks why his furniture has been taken out of his house. States he is working for Don Jacobo. Asks him if he wants him back. 1851, May 3:
2 pp. ALS.
2159
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Sr. Lic. D. Juan Nepumoceno de Arizpe at Saltillo: Have two men in custody; one I am sending to you, the other I am not sending because I do not know your wishes in the matter. Gave your brother maesimo [one of the men who has charge of prisoner] four reales with which to buy some little thing for the funcion de la cruz. Short of corn to feed the burros. Discussion as to how to solve the problem. 1851, May 4:
2 pp. ALS.
1688
Rosario. Unsigned to Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo. Says note he has endorsed for Francisco Gonzales Leon is good. 1851, May 4:
1 p.
674
Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo to Don Quirino Benavente [at Patos]: Asks for costs of freighting wool; asks him to send him two armed men as he is going to San Juan and fears Indians. Asks for shepherd named Ponce, but wants him punished first. 1851, May 6:
1 p. ALS.
656
Demetrio Lusio. Receipt for 19 fanegas of corn received from Marcelino Salasar for rations for the servants. 1851, May 6:
1 p. ADS.
1533
Patos. Manuel Delgado to Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo. Concerning stealing of horses and stock. 1851, May 7:
2 pp. ALS.
661
Demetrio Luscio: Receipt for 60 fanegas of corn for servants; states he is sending 26 hides and one lion skin. 1851, May 7:
1 p. ADS
360
Jacobo S. Navarro at Mexico City to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Reports arrival of peons, who had certain accidents on the road. Reports he is finally setting out on Monday, 12th. 1851, May 7:
1 p. ALS.
310
Francisco Berain at Hermanas to D. Juan N. Arispe at Saltillo: Regrets drought and discusses condition of sheep, and accounts. Reports two men wounded. 1851, May 7:
2 pp. ALS.
2158
Patos. Quirino Benavente to Sr. Lic. D. Juan Nepomuceno de Arispe at Saltillo. According to agreement Briteño is delivering here a certain amount of wool. The amount of [cloth] used for sheets and quilts when reduced from the vara imperial to the yarda is equal approximately to so much [figures are given]. The two men [named] are coming to accompany you, one of them is bringing the palo del muerto as you requested. I am advising you of the amount of seed corn sent to certain points in order that, if needed, you may have the information for the tax collector. Indians in the pasture lands of Capellania; no word of their being here, but we are on guard. 1851, May 8:
1 p. ALS.
672
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda: Statement to the effect that Reguino Espinosa started working as a cowboy on February 24, 1851. [Salary: 5 pesos per month, plus 1 1/2 [almudes] of corn per week.] 1851, May 9:
1 p. ADS.
673
Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo to Don Quirino Benavente: Reports he has to postpone trip on account of illness of Doña Liberata. He has fever; had to stay up all night with doctor, who was drunk all night. 1851, May 10:
1 p. ALS.
671
Juan F. de Puyade at Mexico City to Don Quirino Benavente at Patos: States that shepherds who drove the 1810 sheep to Mexico City will set out on that day. Gives amount of money given them [70 pesos]. 1851, May 10:
1 p. ALS.
658
Jose Maria Ortiz at San Jose de Jalapa to Don Quirino Benabente: Reports that he is sending 50 rams. Complains of severe drought. 1851, May 10:
1 p. ALS.
666
Unsigned. Appears to be account sheet; gives names and amounts. 1851, May 11:
1 p. D.
2163
Monterrey. Pablo J. Carreño to Sor. Dn. Juan de Arizpe at Saltillo: D. Juan is reminded that in a letter dated Aug. 7, 1850 the writer sent an itemized statement of rent expenses, etc. connected with D. Jacobo Sanchez house. He appends to this letter the balance brought forward from that statement and continues the itemized statement to date. Question as to what to do with the librauza drawn on Col. Montero. Writer encloses a librauza which he has drawn in favor of D. Juan and on Pepe Arispe. Writer has delivered the letter enclosed by D. Juan for Careaga. 1851, May 11:
2 pp. ALS.
657
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda to Don Quirino Benavente: Reports a new cowboy employed to replace another; reports 280 colts born, also some calves. 1851, May 11:
2 pp. ALS.
439
Miguel Gutierrez at Guadalupe to Lic. Dn. Jn. N. Arizpe: States he has tried a new machine for wheat harvesting with success. He is planning to develop a machine that will harvest, thrash, and bundle wheat. Offers models to him. Describes these machines. 1851, May 12:
3 pp. ALS.
659
Ygnacio Lozano at Saltillo to Don Quirino Benavente: Asks for loan for salt; and asks him to hire freighters for him to haul 500 fanegas of corn. 1851, May 12:
2 pp. ALS.
655
Demetrio Luscio. Statement that Julian Rodrigues left a mule in his care. The mule belongs to San Antonio de las Cabras. 1851, May 12:
1 p. ADS.
309
Francisco Berain y Velarde at Hermanas to D. Juan Nepomuceno de Arispe at Patos; Reports that the range is not ready for the round up, despite Don Jacobo's orders. Reports attitude of the juntas of Monterey and Abasolo. 1851, May 14:
3 pp. ALS.
660
Jose Maria Ortiz at San Jose de Jalapa to Don Quirino Benavente: States he is sending him 50 rams and complains of drought. 1851, May 15:
1 p. ALS.
667
Unsigned. At Patos: List of sheep and hides charged to certain men who lost them; sheep had been sent to San Miguel for Don Jose Luis de Santo. 1851, May 16:
1 p. D.
668
Unsigned. At Patos: Statement of distribution of certain funds given to shepherds by order of Don Jacobo Sanchez. 1851, May 16:
1 p. D.
351
Juan F. de Puyade at Mexico City to Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro: States he is forwarding letters. Reports he turned over a certain house to Tornel. States that Gibbon has not yet brought the drafts for 15,000 mentioned by Don Jacobo. 1851, May 17:
1 p. ALS.
352
J. Vicente Dies de Sollano at San Miguel de Allende to D. Jacobo Shez Navarro at San Luis Potosi: Reports that D. Jose Luis de Sant is willing to approve a certain business in any way suitable to Don Jacobo. Regrets to state that he cannot handle business for him because he is to be away. [18]51, May 19:
1 p. ALS
432
L. de Goribar at Mexico City to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Reports that he talked to Dn. Gregorio Mier y Teran about the ranch, and Teran answered that the matter was still pending. Discusses this matter further. 1851, May 20:
1 p. ALS
440
Bartolome Cardenas at Monclova to Lic. D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe at Patos: Discussion of leasing certain lands and water. 1851, May 21:
2 pp. ALS.
308
Francisco Berain at Hermanas to Lic. D. Juan N. de Arispe: Discussing weight accounts. States he will soon receive information from Monclova about certain lands, and will tell him about it. Reports, trouble with squatters. 1851, May 21:
4 pp. ALS
282
Rafael Delgado at San Luis Potosi to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Reports arrival and departure of Jacobo with funds. Gives details of accounts, and amount of wool sold. He is sending him certain funds. 1851, May 22:
1 p. ALS.
644
Rafael Delgado at San Luis Potosi: Copy of private account of his brother J.S.N. 1851, May 22:
1 p. DS.
663
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda to Don Quirino Benavente: Reports he is forwarding accounts of workers and peones [alquilados y peones] who have worked for him, and statement of work done. Reports a welcome rainfall at last. 1851, May 23:
4 pp. ALS.
434
Jose Ygnacio Paz at Mexico City to Don Jacobo S. Navarro at Saltillo: Explains why Sr. Mackintosh has not been able to cover draft for 150 pesos. Discusses a large project being undertaken at Drusina. States three propositions discussed by the board of trustees. Good news from the mines at Catorce has spurred wavering men to become interested again. 1851, May 24:
2 pp. ALS
447
Franco. de Pa. Ramos at Saltillo to Lic. D. Juan N. Arizpe at Patos: Greetings. And states that his wife is improving. A dinner will be held at the home of Aguirre. 1851, May 24:
1 p. ALS
669
Juan F. de Puyade at Mexico City to Don Quirino Benavente at Patos: Reports that shepherds who drove 1810 head of sheep to Mexico City will set out on their return on the following day. Reports funds given them. The sheep arrived in poor condition. 1851, May 24:
2 pp. ALS.
569
Alexandro Rellangé, at Mexico City, to Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Requests 40 mules for Don Gonzalo de Pavia at Mineral de Catorce. Asks him to send them to him and send bill for them. 1851, May 24:
433
Mariano Vega at Mexico City to D. Jacobo S. Navarro at Hacienda de Patos: Reports that Garces received only 6,823 head of sheep at Patos. Asks him to pay 188 pesos for the other 177 head which were not delivered. 1851, May 28:
1 p. ALS.
670
Atanacio Rodriguez at Petos: Report of work done and also repairs performed for the hacienda. 1851, May 31:
1 p. ADS.
665
Juan M. de Arispe at Saltillo, to Don Quirino Benavente: Reports successful conclusion of a court case and states that others are still pending; asks him for a gourd and some fish. 1851, May 31:
1 p. ALS.
652
Jose Maria Ortiz at Patos: List of sheep of all kinds in his care; gives name of overseer in charge. Fifty peones, 27,719 head. 1851, May 31:
2 pp. ADS.
649
Tomas Perales: Statement of number of sheep, listed by classes. List of number of increase and decrease in personnel. 1851, May 31:
2 p. DS
654
Felipe Flores at San Antonio: Report showing the number of goats in Hacienda de Patos: 19,048 head; 42 peones. List of increase and decrease in personnel, prepared by overseer Francisco Aguilar. 1851, May 31:
3 pp. ADS.
628
Jose Maria Ortiz at Patos: Account of the money distributed for the flock of sheep sent to Mexico City. 1851, May 31:
1 p. DS.
639
Francisco Berain at Hermanas: Report showing number of sheep at Hacienda de Hermanas; gives number of peons also. 1851, June 1:
1 p. DS
626
Atanacio Rodriguez at Patos: Statement of expenses during the month on repairs and equipment. 1851, June 1:
2 pp. ADS.
615
José Maria Ortiz: Statement of amount of flour given to workers, gives name and amount. 1851, June 1:
ADS.
616
José Maria Ortiz at Patos: Statement of money needed to ration overseers. 1851, June 1:
ADS.
431
G. de Pavia at Catorce to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo Asks him to send 40 mules to the mines, and describes the type of mules he needs. States that the mines are progressing well, and are promising. Describes silver vein discovered end discusses future plans. 1851, June 2:
3 pp. ALS.
641
Claudio Aguirre at Aguanueba to Don Quirino Benavente: Reports that Gabriel Aguirre cannot be engaged bacause he is to work for Don Rafael Jove. He tried to get another man and was unable to do so. Finally got Demetrio Esquibel. Remarks about peones. 1851, June 3:
2 pp. ALS.
2315
José Maria Ortiz at Patos: gives itemized statement of rations given to cowherds and porters for trip to Mexico City. 1851, June 3:
ADS
637
Manuel A. Delgado at Patos to Don Quirino Benavente: Orders one load of wool given to Gregorio Piña in payment for account due by Miguel Flores. 1851, June 3:
1 p. ALS.
633
L. Gurutura at Arroyo de Arco to Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro: Reports that Don Ramon de la Garza has delivered to this hacienda 94 head of cattle; he also left one horse exhausted. 1851, June 3:
1 p. ALS.
627
Jose Maria Ortiz at Patos: List of the peons who went out to work on this date. 1851, June 3:
ADS.
643
Unsigned. List of servants to whom meat was given. 1851, June 4:
1 p. D.
436
Juan F. de Puyade at Mexico City to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: States he is enclosing the daily account book, and discusses the Hacienda accounts. D. Mariano del Conde reports shortage of 30 sheep in flock he received, and wants payment for 20 of them. 1851, June 4:
2 pp. ALS.
307
Francisco Berain at Hermanas to Lic. D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Patos: He has just heard from Remigio that the range is all right, and therefore he thinks the round up may soon start. Complains of terrible drought. States that Indians are so bold that they travel along highways now, and recently attacked travelers at Lampazos. 1851, June 4:
2 pp. ALS.
417
Jose Maria Benavente at Agua Dulce to Dn. Juan M. Arispe Letter remitting 450 pesos. 1851, June 6:
1 p. ALS.
784
Unsigned. At Patos. Amounts due by Don Jose Luis de Santa to Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro. 1851, June 6:
2 pp. D.
620
Unsigned. At Patos. Statement of account due by Don Jose Luis de Santo to Jacobo Sanchez Navarro for steers, goats, and cash advanced. 1851, June 6:
2 pp. ADS.
581
Unsigned. To Don Jose Luis de Autto: Requests payment for certain debts; refers him to previous correspondence on matter. 1851, June 8:
312.
Francisco Fernandino de la Peña at Rosario to D. Juan N. de Arispe at Patos: Asks him if he will take a draft for a certain amount; otherwise he will take the money to Saltillo; sends greetings. 1851, June 8:
1 p. ALS.
1541.
Saltillo: Tomas Santa Cruz to Juan N. de Arispe. In reference to adjustments due because of floods in the Pueblo de Esteban. 1851, June 9:
1 p. ALS.
281.
Rafael Delgado at San Luis Potosi to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Patos. Acknowledges receipt of letter and draft for 1000 pesos, which was not paid by D. Manuel Carrillo y Valdez. 1851, June 9:
1 p. ALS.
306.
Francisco Berain Hermanas to Lic. D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Patos. Reports that the Indians stole the remuda; he gave chase but could not overtake Indians; he has sent men to Mezquite to see if the round up can begin. 1851, June 11:
3 pp. ALS.
642.
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda to Don Quirino Benabente. In reply to letter states that he will have the three men requested ready to go to San Juan de la Vaqueria; has forwarded letter to Potosi Hacienda. Will need corn by the 28th of the month. 1851, June 11:
3 pp. ADS.
435.
Eduardo Gonzalez at Aguanueva to Dn. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo. Asks for the loan of four or five yoke of oxen because his are in bad condition. 1851, June 12:
1 p. ALS.
1535.
Hacienda de Santa Maria: Lauro de Alcocer to Juan N. Arizpe. With reference to a bill. 1851, June 12:
3 pp. ALS.
640.
Hacienda: Ygnacio Lozano at Saltillo to Don Quirino Benavente. He is sending two crates [guacales] of soap; asks him to count it to see if he has sent seventy pesos worth of soap. 1851, June 12:
1 p. ALS.
369.
Rl. Aguirre at San Luis to D. Jacobo Sanchez at Saltillo. Urges him to send him claims to be filed for damages committed by Indians. 1851, June 12:
1 p. ALS.
622.
Juan F. de Puyada at Mexico to Don Quirino Benavente at Patos: Reports that on the follawing day Atanacio Sonora is setting out for the hacienda with two shepherds and 1810 head of sheep; reports he is sending half a dozen bottles. 1851, June 13:
1 p. ALS.
326.
Juan F. de Puyada at Mexico City to Dn. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: States he is sending him a letter received from Europe; discusses accounts of Gecker Torre & Co. Chantilly, General Woll Finlay Hodgson & Co., and others. 1851, June 14:
1 p. ALS.
430.
Juan N. de Arizpe at Patos to D. Jacobo Sanches Navarro at Saltillo: Reports the arrival of herds of horses from La Hedionda. The wheat harvest was concluded the day before. Complains of the terrible drought; asks whether or not a certain tax should be paid to avoid penalties. 1851, June 15:
1 p. ALS.
2109.
Rosario: From Francisco Bernardino de la Peña to Juan Nepomuseno de Arispe at Patos: Remits a certain amount of money to Arispe part in coin, part in a bill of exchange. 1851, June 17:
1 p. LS.
443.
Rafael de la Fuente at Saltillo to Lic. D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe; explains why he had not reported the proposed plan of campaign against the wild Indians. Discusses Indian depredations. 1851, June 17:
2 pp. ALS.
324.
Francisco Berain at Hermanas to D. Jacob Sanchez Navarro at Patos: States he had started out to round up the cattle and met a peon from Soledad telling him it was impossible on account of the drought; remarks on drought; states that legislature has passed an order requiring the fronts of all houses painted white. 1851, June 18:
2 pp. ALS.
305.
Francisco Berain at Hermanas to Lic. D. N. de Arispe at Patos: Reports that he countermanded orders for the round up because of the drought and to avoid loss of cattle for lack of water. Early corn is poor, and late corn is being planted, he adds; water is scarce. 1851, June 18:
3 pp. ALS.
2155.
Patos; Quirino Benavente to Sr. D. Francisco Bernardino de la Peña. Writer has received from Sr. Farias $2429, 4 1/2 reales to be handed to Señor Arispe; the latter is away and until his rerutn this letter will serve as a receipt. 1851, June 18:
1 p. ALS.
636.
Juan N. de Arizpe at Muchachos to Don Quirino Benavente: States he is going with his family to Aguanueva; states that rains which have been falling at eleven in the morning every day have delayed farm work. 1851, June 18:
1 p. ALS.
630.
Jose Maria Ortiz at Junque de San Pedro to Don Quirino Benanvente [at Patos]: Asks for customary funds for the flock of sheep to be sent to Mexico City [1810 head], and asks also for one mule load of flour for overseer Tomas de Mata; reports that two shepherds ran away; asks for two more. 1851, June 19:
2 pp. ALS.
442.
Anto. de la Gza. y Chapas at Matamoros to Dr. J. N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Acknowledges receipt of letter of the 11th in which are enclosed drawings of a plow and water pump. States that he will forward these drawings to his agent in New York. 1851, June 19:
1 p. ALS.
441.
G. de Pavia at Catorce to Lic. Dn. Juan N. de Arispe at Patos: Reports that he only received 36 of the 40 mules, and that he has not paid the driver the 27 pesos due him until he hears from Arizpe; driver claimed that the other 4 mules ran away. 1851, June 19:
2 pp. ALS.
438.
Jesus Pedraza at Patos to Don Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Asks him to help obtain a certain position for his brother Manuel because his mother wants him to quit his present job. 1851, June 19:
1 p. ALS.
2156.
Patos: Quirino Benavente to Sr. D. Juan Nepomuceno de Arispe. Peña sent Farias $2429, 4 1/2 reales which he delivered to writer for Arispe; Farias said to writer that a libranza would be sent to complete the amount which Arispe mentioned to writer; sending Arispe a copy in case he wished to write to Peña; five letters enclosed, the reply of Bobadilla, and a pamphlet; wax arrived yesterday; yesterday six Indians made a raid; when discovered they took to the mountains leaving behind three saddled horses and other loot. 1851, June 20:
2 pp. ALS.
2126.
Arroyo Sarco: Signed statement with two witnesses; signer states number of cattle received and conditions of same; cattle were sent from Patos by D. Quirino Benabente. 1851, June 20:
1 p. DS.
2132.
Burdeaux: Juan Martinez Hernandez to S. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Mexico City: Writer is unable to find a person capable of handling the matter referred to in his letter; neither does he wish to spend money on it; he reminds D. Cobo [Jacabo] that they have sufficient data and hopes they have the matter settled as soon as possible. 1851, June 20:
1 p. ALS.
2134.
Burdeaux: Juan Martinez Hernandez to S. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Mexico City: Exact duplicate of E477; both letters are in same handwriting; they were mailed on different dates and arrived by different routes. 1851, June 20:
1 p. ALS.
359.
Jacobo S. Navarro at Saltillo to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Aguanueva: He is enclosing draft for $6000 and asks him to endorse it; discusses other accounts. 1851, June 20:
1 p. ALS.
323.
Juan N. de Arizpe at Patos to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Discusses drafts, and 36 mules received; states he lost 4 mules; the round up near Hermanas has been suspended for fear of losing stock on account of the drought; discusses certain rentals. 1851, June 22:
2 pp. ALS.
634.
J. S. Navarro at Saltillo to bearer [Cristobal Ramirez]: An order for half arroba of wool at Hacienda de Patos. 1851, June 22:
1 p. ADS.
621.
Manuel Sanchez at Saltillo to Don Quirino Benabente at Patos: Don Jacobo urges him to send three mules; describes mules; states that the oil cloth [or rubber] requested could not be obtained. 1851, June 22:
1 p. ALS.
356.
Jacobo S. Navarro at Saltillo to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Patos: States he is not going to La Hedionda because he is sick; he is returning the mules brought by Quirino. 1851, June 23:
1 p. ALS.
635.
Pascual Velarde at Florida to Don Quirino Benavente: Reports capture by wild Indians of three herds of horses; number of Indians not known; they took the direction of Varrial. Report sent in by Range Boss Vizente Garibay. 1851, June 23:
1 p. ALS.
631.
Claudio Aguirre at Edeonda to Don Quirino Benavente at Patos: Reports number of horses and mules taken on a trip. 1851, June 24:
2 pp. ALS.
448.
Francisco de Pa. Ramos at Saltillo to D. Juan Nepo. Arizpe at Patos: Promises to raffle the horses of Father Berain for him. Reports he has heard that an American has arrived at Candela and is trying to buy all claims from Mexicans against the U. S. government for Indian depredations since the Guadalupe treaty. Some Laredo residents have collected from the U. S. 1851, June 24:
2 pp. ALS.
446.
Francisco de Pa. Ramos at Saltillo to Don Juan Nepo. Arizpe at Patos: His wife is sending him two musk melons and one water melon; sends greetings. 1851, June 25:
1 p. ALS.
329.
Francisco Berain at Hermanas to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro: As soon as it rains he will start the round up on the Mesquite range; he thinks that some cattle have run away because of the terrible drought; discusses conditions on the range; condition of sugar cane. 1851, June 25:
4 pp. ALS.
354.
Jose Ygnacio Bas at Mexico City to Dn. Jacobo S. Navarro at Saltillo: Reports Señor Maclientes had not paid the draft for 13,000 pesos, and states what he did in the matter. Discusses account of Drusina. 1851, June 25:
2 pp. ALS.
327.
Juan F. de Puyade at Mexico City to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Discusses letters received, funds on hand, notes, herds of sheep, and rentals. Regrets to hear of poor condition of the herds of sheep. 1851, June 25:
2 pp. ALS.
624.
Unsigned: At Patos: Report of the bunch of steers taken from Hacienda Grande on April 2, 1851, by Bacilio Henriquez and delivered at Arroyo Sarco. 1851, June 25:
2 pp. D.
625.
Ramon de la Garza at Patos: Report of the number of steers taken out by the writer [de la Garza] from Hacienda de Santa Eelena and Jalapa on April 15th and delivered at Arroyo Sarco. 1851, June 25:
3 pp. DS.
2157.
Patos: Quirino Benavente to Sr; D. Juan Nepomuceno de Arispe at Muchachos: Writer is sending fresh candles; he advised Padre Berain that persons interested in the raffling off of horses wished to see them; a party that went in search of the Indians returned yesterday with the report that they were going in the direction of Meco and are probably in the Sierra now. 1851, June 26:
1 p. ALS.
632.
Juan S. Berain at Patos: Receipt for amount due by Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro, 26 pesos. 1851, June 26:
1 p. DS.
2112.
Mexico City: Mariano Vega to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: Acknowledges remittance of the value of a certain number of sheep concerning the receiving of which in Patos there had been some trouble. 1851, June 28:
1 p. ALS.
629.
Demetrio Lucio at Rancho de Santa Eleno to Don Quirino Benavente at Patos: Reports that he has found a school teacher; gives proposed wagers; also states that 9 pesos was drawn for two burials; on same document, another letter addressed to Don Leonardo Medina at Patos; relative to certain funds to be paid to Don Angel Varela at Mazapil. 1851, June 28:
2 pp. ALS.
1534.
Santa Maria: Lauro de Alcocer to Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Concerning sale and price of building. 1851, June 29:
3 pp. ALS.
614.
Tomas Perales at Hacienda de Ovejas: Report on number of sheep under each shepherd. 1851, June 29:
2 pp. ADS.
358.
Jacobo S. Navarro at Saltillo to D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Patos: Asks him to send the coachmen and mules as he hopes to set out on Thursday; states that Jacobo has told him that the land is good at La Hedionda. 1851, June 30:
1 p. ALS.
617.
José Maria Ortiz at San Francisco de Patos: List of the number of sheep of all kinds counted on May 31 and under his care. 1851, June 30:
2 pp. ADS.
618.
Ortiz at Patos: Report on increase and decrease in personnel. 1851, June 30:
2 pp. ADS.
619.
Felipe Flores at San Antonio: Report of the number of goats at the ranch. 1851, June 30:
2 pp. ADS.
2317.
Memorandum made by José Maria Ortiz at Patos of flour issued to servants. 1851, July 1:
1 p. ADS.
2314.
Statement by José Maria Ortiz at Patos of money given to the cowherds and shepherds for traveling expenses to Mexico City. 1851, July 1:
1 p. ADS.
444.
Rafl. de la Fuente at Saltillo to Lic. D. Juan Nepo. de Arizpe: Reports that a company of 15 men has gone out after certain robbers; states he is sending a cuaderno containing certain laws to proposed to Congress; fears that a certain tax, if collected, will ruin them. 1851, July 1:
2 pp. ALS.
328.
Francisco Berain at Hermanas to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Reports an attack by the Indians, who killed one shepherd, captured, and stole 28 horses; reports drought. 1851, July 2:
3 pp. ALS.
2334.
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda writes Don Quirino Benavente at Patos that he has received eighty fanegas of corn and that he is sending fifty hides and several fanegas of limes. 1851, July 4:
2 pp. ALS.
2316.
Inventory of corn, beans, and wheat crops at Patos. 1851, July 4:
2 pp. D.
315.
Francisco Fernandino de la Peña at Rosario, to D. Juan N. de Arispe at Patos: Reports he is sending a special messenger with reply to his letter, and discusses the matter of surveying certain property to be delivered to D. Manuel Zamora y Gonzales. 1851, July 4:
2 pp. ALS.
2330.
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda writes Don Quirino Benavente about some animals and some supplies. 1851, July 5:
3 pp. ALS.
2116.
Mexico City: Juan F. de Puyade to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Writer refused to make a deduction from the libranza sent by D. Jacobo without definite instructions from the latter; regarding the libranza which Sr. del Foyo is to send from Zacatecas, and the cattle delivered to Zurutuza. 1851, July 5:
1 p. ALS.
2335.
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda writes Don Quirino Benavente at Patos about Santos Aguirre's marriage and the increase in the herds. 1851, July 6:
2 pp. ALS.
2337.
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda Grande records how many days Sostenes Rodriguez and Petronilo Aguirre have worked. 1851, July 6:
2 pp. ADS.
1539.
Saltillo: Jacobo Navarro to J. N. de Arizpe at Patos: Says he has not been able to come to see him because of illness and bad weather. 1851, July 6:
1 p. ALS.
2328.
Ign. Lozano at San Antonio writes Don Quirino Benavente at Patos about the burning of the jauja and a load of salt. 1851, July 9:
1 p. ALS.
2137.
Mexico City, Juan F. de Puyade to S. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Is enclosing two letters for D. Jacobo which came in the mail last night; El S. del Conde agreed to the paragraph relating to sheep in your letter of the 26th; the libranza sent to Guanahuato by Bas was protested; he and his brother have gone to see about it without result thus far; the libranza sent by D. Jacobo falls due tomorrow; will collect and pay the $500. 1851, July 9:
1 p. ALS.
1542.
Hermanas: Francisco Berain to Juan N. de Arizpe. Concerning expedition against Indians. 1851, July 9:
4 pp. ALS.
353.
Rafael Delgado at San Luis Potosi to Don Jacobo S. Navarro at Saltillo: Acknowledges receipt of money drafts; discusses accounts sent him by Arizpe; complains of the terrible drought of last month but is glad heavy rains are now falling. 1851, July 10:
1 p. ALS.
2340.
Felipe Flores at San Antonio writes to Don Quirino Benavente explaining that bad health has delayed the transaction of some business between them. 1851, July 12:
3 pp. ALS.
2338.
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda writes Don Quirino Benavente at Patos about some butter; the bad effect of the drouth on the cornfields and requests two pairs of shoes. 1851, July 12:
2 pp. ALS.
2336.
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda Grande records how many days Santos Aguirre and Antonio Basques have worked. 1851, July 12:
1 p. ADS.
2333.
Juan N. de Arrispe at Muchachos writes Don Quirino Benavente about the return of a horse and the condition of the corn crop on a nearby place. 1851, July 14:
1 p. ALS.
380.
Rosario: Francisco Bernardmo. de la Peña to Jacovo Sanchez Navarro. Asking for extension of time on a loan. 1851, July 16:
1 p. ALS.
146.
Unsigned: At Patos to D. Jose Luis de Santto: Tells him he is going to sue him in court for note; and he is going to add court costs to the note. 1851, July 16:
1 p. L.
2345.
José María Ortiz at Sangre de los Muchachos writes Don Quirino Benavente at Patos about Indian raids and sheep. 1851, July 17:
2 pp. ALS.
2339.
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda writes Don Quirino Benavente at Patos about the arrival of forty mules and two horses, the absence of a servant and need for some firearms. 1851, July 17:
3 pp. ALS.
2332.
Juan N. de Arrispe at Muchachos writes Don Quirino Benavente at Patos concerning the whereabouts of a letter and his plans to return to Saltillo. 1851, July 18:
1 p. ALS.
2344.
Tomás Perales notifies Don Quirino Benavente that he has hired a shepherd to replace another. 1851, July 18:
1 p. ALS.
379.
Maximo Araujo at San Miguel de Allende to Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: Sends greetings; asks him to collect forty pesos for him from D. Eduardo Gonzales. 1851, July 18:
1 p. ALS.
2331.
Ign. Lozano at San Antonio writes Don Quirino Benavente at Patos about the burning of the jauja and the drougth. 1851, July 19:
2 pp. ALS.
2326.
Juan F. de Puyada in Mexico City notifies Don Quirino Benavente at Patos of the sums of money he has issued a cowherd and two shepherds leaving the capital for Patos with 1810 sheep. 1851, July 20:
1 p. ALS.
2327.
Juan F. de Puyada at Mexico City notifies Don Quirino Benavente at Patos that he has given money to a cowherd and two shepherds leaving Mexico City for Patos. 1851, July 20:
2 pp. ALS.
2329.
Juan N. de Arrispe at Saltillo writes Don Quirino Benavente at Patos about paying for the burial of the son of Martin Aguirre and about the Indian raids. 1851, July 22:
1 p. ALS.
2320.
Francisco G. Leon at San Miguel writes Don Quirino Benavente at Patos with reference to an animal left by the Indians. 1851, July 23:
1 p. ALS.
2321.
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda writes Don Quirino about a servant leaving to be married and about the loss of some animals from el Fangue, probably because of the Indians. 1851, July 23:
2 pp. ALS.
2342.
Miguel Sanchez at Saltillo writes Don Quirino Benavente at Patos about the misconduct of a messenger boy and the activities of the Indians. 1851, July 23:
2 pp. ALS.
2319.
Demetrio Lusio at Santa Elena writes to Don Quirino Benavente at Patos asking him to send needed parts of a windlass by bearer of note. 1851, July 25:
1 p. ALS.
2325.
Ign. Lozano at San Antonio writes Don Quirino Benavente at Patos about sending him four fanegas of corn and other routine ranch matters. 1851, July 27:
2 pp. ALS.
372.
Rafael Delgado at San Luis Potosi to D. Jacobo S. Navarro at Saltillo: Reports that he paid a draft for 1000 pesos which he borrowed at 2 1/2 percent; reports that he tried to collect another account but the debtor was not at home, and was on his way there from Mexico City. 1851, July 28:
1 p. ALS.
2341.
Miguel Sanchez at Saltillo writes Don Quirino Benavente at Patos about some wool the latter has sent him. 1851, July 29:
1 p. ALS.
2324.
José María Ortiz makes a record of increase and decrease in personnel and charges to peons' accounts at Patos. 1851, July 31:
1 p. ADS.
2323.
Tomas Perales makes a record of the herds of ewes and the increase and decrease of personnel during the month. 1851, July 31:
1 p. ADS.
2322.
Felipe Flores at San Antonio records the number of head of cattle, increase and decrease in personnel and the sale of goats and hides on account. 1851, July 31:
2 pp. ADS.
2312.
Jose Maria Ortiz gives itemized statement of sheep in his charge at Patos. 1851, July 31:
1 p. ADS.
2311.
Itemized statement of work in iron and steel done by Atanasio Rodriguez for the Hacienda de Patos. 1851, July 31:
2 pp. ADS.
3173.
San Francisco de Patos: By Jose Ma. Ortiz, account on shepherds and other ranch hands in his charge. 1851, Aug. 1:
1 p. DS.
3171.
Patos, by Jose Ma. Ortiz: List of articles needed for the shepherds and other help who are enroute to Mexico. 1851, Aug. 1:
1 p. DS.
2528.
Jose Maria Ortiz at Patos: Gives account of work done by men from Feb. 1 to May 8, 1851; receipted by Jose Maria Ortiz. 1851, Aug. 1:
1 p. DS.
2527.
Patos: List of men who worked on the well of Virginia from Jan. 24 to May 8, 1851. 1851, Aug. 1:
1 p. DS.
2313.
Report by Francisco Berain of number of ewes belonging to the Hacienda of Hermanas. 1851, Aug. 1:
1 p. DS.
2118.
Mexico City, Jose Ignacio Bas to Sr. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Writer does not understand way D. Jacobo is giving him warnings since he has always guarded the good name of the latter; has arranged to pay the Ceballos family only when the conducta from Guanajuato arrives bringing 15000 pesos for the caja; other small expenses are to be met. 1851, Aug. 2:
1 p. ALS.
2525.
Francisco Frausto gives list of persons that received meat of an ox that died. 1851, Aug. 3:
1 p. ADS.
2521.
Demetrio Lusio at Pt. de Santa Elena to Sr. D. Q. Benavente at Patos. Asks to have sent by bearer ten fanegas of corn as a loan; receipted as having been delivered to Guadalupe de Avila. 1851, Aug. 4:
1 p. ALS.
2518.
Jacobo S. Navarro at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Offers to go with Ortiz and Perales to bring cattle and gentle horses; some to be used under saddle. 1851, Aug. 5:
1 p. ALS.
2519.
Claudio Aguirre at Edionda to Sor. D. Quirino Benavente. The bearer brings dish of butter; two horses still missing; will send the horses to Aguadulce; the cowboys found the Indians had killed 7 colts and wounded 4 others. 1851, Aug. 6:
4 pp. ALS.
2136.
Mexico City, from Juan F. de Puyado to S. D. Jacobo Sanchez Nabarro at Patos: Failed to get into the paquete the letter sent in writer's care to S. D. Carlos; other information regarding mail, including that from Europe. Has sent the three letters that came in mail from Europe; El G. del Foyo "gives no sign of life." Would like to know beforehand when the mules are leaving D. Jacobo's place; also the price in order to give notice to the buyers and make as good sales as possible. 1851, Aug. 6:
1 p. ALS.
2522.
Jacobo S. Navarro at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos: At 5 o'clock Padre Berain died and is to be buried now at 11 o'clock; leaves to receiver of letter the details. 1851, Aug. 7:
1 p. ALS.
2524.
Jacobo S. Navarro at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos: Gives instructions about payment of freight on goods; describes where he keeps his money and asks that a five be taken out for his part. 1851, Aug. 8:
1 p. ALS.
2523.
Jacobo S. Navarro at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos: Reports serious illness of Padre who arrived ill and is getting worse; asks for help and that Ortiz be sent to him. 1851, Aug. 8:
1 p. ALS.
2517.
J. S. Navarro at Saltillo to Sr. D. Quirino Benavente at Patos: Reports a letter received from Delgado; he needs a boy that can read to use as a clerk; asks that he be sent on a mule. 1851, Aug. 9:
1 p. ALS.
381.
Rl. Aguirre at San Luis Potosi to Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Asks how much money he owes him, when it is due, and if it can be paid at San Luis; asks also if he can let him have 8,000 pesos in Monterrey in exchange for the same amount in Mexico City. 1851, Aug. 11:
1 p. LS.
3167.
Mexico, Juan F. de Peiyarde to S. D. Quirino Benavente, at Patos: Notifying him of the departure for that Hacienda of Cesario Cabrera with the shepherds who brought 1810 sheep to Mexico. Gives statement of moneys advanced to these men. 1851, Aug. 13:
1 p. DS.
2515.
Demetrio Lusio at St. Elena to Sr. D. Jacobo Sanchez: Will send list of 99 horses and breeding mares; also the list of horses taken by Indians; tells which horses and how many were taken; is trying to guard them against further raids. 1851, Aug. 13:
1 pp. ALS.
403.
Leonardo Valero at Macuyu to D. Florencio Maynes at Hacienda de Florida: States that he has received from Antonio Ferel a certain horse, completely jaded; if the horse should recover, he will accept him. 1851, Aug. 14:
1 p. ALS.
373.
Rafael Delgado at San Luis Potosi to D. Jacobo S. Navarro at Patos: Reports the collection of 188 pesos from Don Mariano Vega, who just returned from Mexico City. States that a terrible drought has followed the heavy rains of June and July. 1851, Aug. 14:
1 p. ALS.
2135.
Mexico City, from Juan F. de Puyade to S. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: Has deposited amount of two letters of exchange against the Direccion del Tabaco; total $27,250; condition and price of sheep both good; sorry the glass was missing from the lantern. 1851, Aug. 16:
1 p. ALS.
350.
Francisco de Borja Belaunrarán at Abrego to Dn. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: With regard to herds for sale, states he thinks it is better to wait until the drought is over and pasture is better before taking them to the road; wants to discuss price and other points in the meantime. 1851, Aug. 16:
2 pp. ALS.
2531.
Miguel Sanchez at Saltillo to Sor. Dn. Jacobo Elisondo at Patos: Writes that he has not yet received the letter that he had sent him, and is now sending the certificate. 1851, Aug. 19:
1 p. ALS.
2530.
Miguel Gamba Buelta at Saltillo to Sor. Dn. Jacobo Elisondo: Notifies of sending of iron, tin, and wax ordered from Francisco Zepeda; tin is very high, so he will buy more only if needed badly; wants to know how Sr. Dn. Jacobo has his charge accounts; adds a postscript. 1851, Aug. 20:
2 pp. ALS.
2529.
Claudio Aguirre at Patos: Reports rain; corn first planted is the best; that planted in May is poor; in the herd there are 425 colts and 55 young mules; the Indians have killed 12 colts. 1851, Aug. 22:
2 pp. ALS.
330.
Jose Maria Pompa at Encarnacion to D. Jacobo Sanchez at Patos: Complains that he has withheld clearing up of certain lands pending settlement of boundary question between their properties; gives account of the matter. 1851, Aug. 22:
1 p. ALS.
2526.
Patos: List of 63 sacks of wool to be sent by Pedro Morales to Saltillo to be delivered to Dn. Miguel Sanchez to be used by Sor. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro. 1851, Aug. 23:
1 p. D.
2119.
Mexico City, from Jose Ignacio Bas to Sr. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: Writer is sending receipt for the 2000 pesos paid the Cevallos heirs; it was paid from a libranza collected by Puyade since the conducta has not yet arrived with the 15000 pesos; 1851, Aug. 23:
1 p. ALS.
382.
Rl. Aguirre at San Luis Potosi to Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: Urges him to have books in Saltillo examined as he wants to know how much he owes him; discusses an account of 8000 pesos to be transferred in Monterrey. 1851, Aug. 25:
2 pp. ALS.
374.
Rafael Delgado at San Luis Potosi to D. Jacobo S. Navarro at Patos: Discusses the shortage of freighters and the high cost of freight rates because of the Indian danger and the drought; discusses also certain shipments of wool, and asks for lowest price and longest term to be allowed time buyers, if any should turn up. 1851, Aug. 25:
1 p. ALS.
2514.
Demetrio Lusio at Hacienda de Santa Elena to Sr. D. Juan Sanchez at Patos: Sends a horse in exchange for corn for rations for the servants for month of October; there is no serving table for the amo, as the old one fell apart. 1851, Aug. 28:
1 p. ALS.
2516.
Demetrio Lucio at Santa Elena to Sr. D. Jacobo Sanchez at Patos: Sending 28 gentle horses, several described; Indians kill all horses that are not gentle; take the gentle ones; recounts experiences there and on neighboring ranches. 1851, Aug. 29:
3 pp. ALS.
3175.
Patos: Atanacio Rodrigues: Itemized account of jobs and repairs done by him for Hacienda de Patos. 1851, Aug. 31:
1 p. DS.
3174.
By Tomas Perales: Account on stock, and list of shepherds. 1851, Aug. 31:
2 pp. DS.
3172.
Patos, by Jose Ma. Ortiz: List of stock given on account to various persons. 1851, Aug. 31:
1 p. DS.
3170.
Patos, by Jose Ma. Ortiz: Account on the result of the count of stock under his supervision. 1851, Aug. 31:
No number of pages or Document identification given.
3169.
Patos, by Felipe Flores: Account concerning the heads of stock had by the San Antonio ranch on that date. 1851, Aug. 31:
2 pp. DS.
748.
Unsigned, at Patos to D. Jose Luis de Santto: States that he will send a man to ascertain his rights in cattle; threatens to charge him for money used without permission plus interest; tells him he has concealed the truth stated in the contract; will soon compel him to swear to the truth; other complaints. 1851, Sept. -
2 pp. L.
3168.
Hacienda de Hermanas, by Francisco Berain: Report on the number of sheep had by the Hacienda de Hermanas on that date. 1851, Sept. 1:
1 p. DS.
375.
Rafael Delgado at San Luis Potosi to D. Jacobo S. Navarro at Patos: Reports the arrival of Victor Herrera, the freighter who is bringing the wool, requesting more money to bring in the wool; freighter reports he does not have the manifiestos for the wool and the shipment is being held up at the customs house. 1851, Sept. 4:
1 p. ALS.
301.
Juan F. de Puyade at Mexico City to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Reports that he tried to collect a note but could not because the debtor demands a reduction as the cattle were poor when received. Discusses other accounts. 1851, Sept. 6:
2 pp. ALS.
2127.
Mexico City, from A. Zurutusa to Sr. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: Thinks it is not just for Sr. D. Juan Puyada to collect price of cattle originally agreed upon, since so many were in bad condition; asks for a deduction; encloses signed statement of the assistant at the Hacienda; has not heard from D. Jacobo regarding the 2000 sheep for which writer contracted. 1851, Sept. 7:
2 pp. LS.
302.
Juan F. de Puyade at Mexico City to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: He is sending monthly statement, which he forgot to send earlier; reports that Tomas de Mata arrived with the eight and last herd of sheep; discusses accounts. 1851, Sept. 10:
1 p. ALS.
2120.
Mexico City, from Jose Ignacio Bas to Sr. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Writer expresses sympathy because of death of Sr. P. Berain and Obispo Sanchez, the latter a sad loss because of his virtues; refers to orders given by D. Jacobo concerning the collection of certain libranzas which are due and the disposition of amount collected; thinks surely the conducta from Guanajuato will arrive about the middle of October with the 15000 pesos; concerning difficulty over a horse; writer proposed to sell it and so adjust the matter; concerning a horse writer wishes D. Jacobo to send; regrets that D. Jacobo thinks writer showed irritation in letter of Aug. 2 at warnings given by D. Jacobo with regard to some business affairs. 1851, Sept. 13:
2 pp. ALS.
2128.
Mexico City, from Juan F. de Puyade to Sr. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Gives itemized statement of cash he may expect to have on hand by Oct. 20th.; D. Jacobo should deduct from above the monthly expenses and amount paid by writer to Zurutuza. On Oct. 31, Fammeken is due to pay another bill of exchange. Sept. 13:
1 p. ALS.
377.
Rafael Delgado at San Luis Potosi to Lic. D. Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo: Reports that freighter Leonardo Guerrero is setting out with goods listed below. List of goods on same page. 1851, Sept. 15:
1 p. ALS.
2131.
Mexico City, from Luis del Conde to Sr. D. Jacobo Sanchez Nabarro at Saltillo: Writer says it will be more convenient to pay balance on sheep in two installments, one now, the other later; writer wishes to be informed as to when he can begin to get next years sheep, and the number so that he may know when to get "ours" which are even more distant. 1851, Sept. 17:
2 pp. ALS.
389.
R. Aguirre at San Luis to Dn. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Scolds him for not answering his letter; asks him to give Dn. Jesus Fuentes the enclosed draft for 1500 pesos. 1851, Sept. 18:
1 p. ALS.
378.
Rafael Delgado at San Luis Potosi to D. Jacobo S. Navarro at Saltillo: Reports the arrival of the ox train with the wool, and a heavy rainfall having fallen at the moment of unloading. He discounted 2 percent of the weight; reports amounts paid for freight and hauling into storehouse; freighter Herrera will haul freight to Patos Hacienda for him. 1851, Sept. 18:
1 p. ALS.
385.
Rl. Aguirre at San Luis Potosi to Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Discussing payment of account due by him to Sanchez Navarro; states he hopes to be in Mexico City soon; adds that he wants to clear up old accounts and enter into new ones. 1851, Sept. 22:
2 pp. ALS.
2133.
Saltillo, from [no signature] to Sr. D. Juan Martinez Hernandez; Wants the company to make a settlement with him in regard to the interest his father had in the company; gives figures; asks that letters to Mexico be addressed in care of D. Juan Francisco Puyade for delivery to D. Jacobo S. Navarro. 1851, Sept. 28:
2 pp. AL.
390.
Rl. Aguirre at San Luis Potosi to Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Quotes his own letter of the 18th; in it he asked Sanchez Navarro to give Don Rafael Delgado 1500 pesos to make certain purchases; reports that the escort of 25 men who was on its way to Catorce with 50000 pesos in cash was attacked by 100 robbers, and the money was stolen. 1851, Sept. 29:
1 p. LS.
383.
Jacobo S. N. at Saltillo to D. Rafael Aguirre: Tells him how much Aguirre owes and discusses other accounts; offers to honor his draft; complains that the fairs at Saltillo and Monterrey are passing away for lack of people, goods, and cash; fears they will never be restored in the future. 1851, Sept. 29:
2 pp. ALS.
2113.
Mexico City, from Juan F. de Puyade to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Regarding arrangements for the payment of a bill of exchange which was not paid by Fammeken when it was due; regarding a bill of exchange drawn by himself; prefers that D. Jacobo S. Navarro not permit the Casa de Conde to discount it. 1851, Oct. 1:
1 p. ALS.
389-A
Rl. Aguirre at San Luis Potosi to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Asks him to write him as a certain business is pending receipt of his letter; states that he is sending him certain money drafts and will send more as soon as he hears from him. 1851, Oct. 2:
1 p. LS.
2130.
Saltillo from [unsigned] to Sr. D. Luis del Conde: Writer prefers that D. Luis keep the money until later and use it, the latter fixing date of payment with interest at current rate; things are going badly because of drought; will be worse the coming year; cattle at Patos in bad condition; has news of rain at Mota; makes suggestions as to dispossal of cattle at that place. 1851, Oct. 6:
2 pp. L.
388.
Rl. Aguirre at San Luis Potosi to Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Tells him that he is sending him drafts to cover the balance due on his account; asks him for a loan of 40 or 50 thousand pesos in Mexico City. 1851, Oct. 6:
2 pp. ALS.
2114.
Mexico City, from Juan F. de Puyade to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Is sending enclosures for D. Jacobo and for his deceased brother Ignacio; speaks of the high esteem in which the latter is held and the pomp and solemnity of his funeral; a certain individual who was cited to appear before the Tribunal Mercantil failed to appear, and has been cited the second time. Will advise as the outcome. 1851, Oct. 8:
1 p. ALS.
387.
Rl. Aguirre at San Luis Potosi to Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Thanks him for favors, and asks him to get some lead for him; asks also for three letters of recommendation. 1851, Oct. 9:
2 pp. LS.
2115.
Mexico City, from Juan F. de Puyade to Sr. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Was on the point of collecting a bill of exchange from a certain person; would like to insist on it, but D. Jacobo has told him not to do so; Fammeken agreed to pay the bill of exchange five months from date with 1 percent interest; would like to know approximately what price S. Jacobo expects to get for the mules which the latter is sending the writer; Colonel Castro is unable to pay the $40 for the mule now; is writing D. Jacobo a letter in vindication of himself; writer has too much cash in the safe; would like for D. Jacobo to draw on him. 1851, Oct. 11:
1 p. ALS.
2121.
Mexico City, from Jose Ignacio Bas to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: A full meeting of the stockholders in the Catorce mine; heated debates were held; writer awaits D. Jacobo's instructions concerning a question arising out of the discussion; Mackintosh has paid 9000 pesos. 1851, Oct. 11:
No page number given of document identification given.
368.
F. de Goribar at Mexico City to Dn. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Inquires about sheep purchased by him for D. Leandro Mosso; inquires also about steers. 1851, Oct. 15:
1 p. ALS.
386
Unsigned at Patos to D. Rafael Aguirre: States he cannot lend him the fifty thousand pesos requested, and explains why. Acknowledges receipt of letter and drafts for 5,000 pesos. Refuses to give him three letters of recommendation on the ground that they would be of no use to him. 1851, October 18:
2 pp. L.
391
Rl. Aguirre at San Luis Potosi to Dn. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: States he is sending a draft for 5000 pesos, and remarks that he would like to have the money collected in Mexico City as soon as possible because of the many cases of bankruptcy taking place there. Discusses other accounts. 1851, October 27:
2 pp. LS.
371
Rafael Delgado at San Luis Potosi to D. Jacobo S. Navarro at Saltillo: Because of the scarcity of freighters, he has hired Cenovio Garcia to haul the quicksilver with the understanding that his ox-carts will be loaded with lead or wool on their return trip. 1851, October 27:
1 p. ALS.
2129
Mejico City. Luis del Conde to Sr. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos. Thanks D. Jacobo for the proposition made in his letter of Oct. 6. Has paid D. Jacobo's dependiente Dn. Francisco Puyade 15000 pesos. Writer understands that C. Jacobo will advise him when next year's sheep are in condition to dispose of them. 1851, Oct. 29:
2 pp. ALS.
392
Rl. Aguirre at San Luis Potosi to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Asks him to promise him a loan of as much as possible, at what ever rate of interest he cares to set, two months from date. He also wants to purchase several thousand [25,000] sheep and goats for one of his haciendas, and asks for prices. 1851, October 30:
1 p. LS.
355
Juan F. de Puyade at Mexico City to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: The entire letter deals with collection of certain accounts. 1851, November 1:
2 pp. ALS.
394
Rl. Aguirre at San Luis Potosi to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro: States he is enclosing two drafts totaling 45,000 pesos and asks him to send a draft for 50,000 to Mexico City. Adds that he may or may not use the money for the purchase of Gallinas hacienda, but in any case will pay interest on the money. 1851, November 3:
2 pp. LS.
376
Rafael Delgado at San Luis Potosi to D. Jacobo S. Navarro: States he has heard of Arizpe's resignation as manager of hacienda de Patos, and reports misunderstanding as to certain accounts. Gives report on solvency of Don Gregorio Sanchez and Don Sebastian Manrrique de Lara who are to pay two notes of 25,000 pesos each for Hacienda de Gallinas. 1851, November 3:
1 p. ALS.
397
Rl. Aguirre at San Luis Potosi to Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: Thanks him for a loan of 100,000 pesos. Asks him to send 50,000 to Mexico City right away. Will ask for the remaining 50,000 if and when he may need them. Discusses other accounts and collateral for the 100,000. 1851, November 6:
2 pp. LS.
1532
Mexico. J. de Goribar to Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo. Concerning the shipment and purchase of stock. 1851, Nov. 8:
2 pp. ALS
393
Unsigned at Patos to D. Rafael Aguirre at San Luis Potosi: Acknowledges receipt of drafts totalling 45,000 pesos. States he is sending a sight draft for 50,000 to Mexico City, and discusses this matter. 1851, November 9:
1 p. L.
384
Account of Rafael Aguirre. 1851, Nov. 14:
1 p.
398
Rl. Aguirre at San Luis Potosi to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: Thanks him for a draft for $50,000 pesos just received. States he is forwarding it to his brother in Mexico City to collect the money from Puyade. If he needs the other 50,000 to compete with bidders for the Gallinas hacienda, he will call for it. Discusses price of sheep and goats. 1851, November 17:
2 pp. LS
2125
Mexico City. Juan F. de Puyade to Sr. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos. Writer acknowledges receipt of two letters the first of which contained two bills of exchange; the second, one bill of exchange. Zurutuza has paid $2266 which he owed on the cattle. The transaction with the casa de conde has been settled satisfactorily. Col. Castro will pay as soon as he can sell some of his belongings -- carriage, watch, cart. Thinks the poor fellow really wants to pay. Fammekin is still paying the 2000 pesos a week and will until he pays the bills of exchange. 1851, Nov. 19:
1 p. ALS.
2117
Mexico City. José Ignacio Bas to Sr. D. Jacobo Sanches Navarro Two libranzas made by Mackintosh on Fammekin were not paid when due. Writer has already arranged with Fammekin for payment. Latter himseld proposed a method of settlement in order to avoid being brought before the Tribunal Mercantil. 1851, Nov. 26:
2pp. ALS
1589
Patos. Jacobo Elizondo to Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Hedionda Grande. Account of pursuit after thieves who stole some mules. 1851, Nov. 26:
2 pp. ALS.
2142
Mexico City. Juan F. de Puyade to S. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: Notice received that the mules are being sent. Will tell Ocejo about them. "Tomorrow" will advise Goribar of the salida of the young steers. Aguirre has nowhere to invest the $50,000 libranza; therefore doesn't want it. But, he told me today that he was sending for it (the money) tomorrow. Hammeken has not kept his promise; therefore we are making new arrangements. Please tell S.D. Manuel Sanchez that as requested, the cigars have been sent to the Florida. Regarding the request not to pay the subscription to El Universal, they have never collected it from me. 1851, Dec. 3:
1p. ALS
2141
Mexico City. Juan F. de Puyada to S. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: Sends the letters that the paquete brought yesterday. Has advised (for reason fiven) that "they" return the libranza for $50,000 to you. 1851, Dec. 6:
1 p. ALS.
1504
Yerbabuena. Geronimo del Castillo to Jacobo S. Navarro in Jalapa. Says he has received word that his horses are to be registered in order to see if a certain horse which has been stolen is found among them; says he has never seen the need of stealing a horse--that he is innocent. 1851, Dec. 6:
1p. ALS.
2140
Mexico City. Juan F. de Puyade to S. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: As to payment of the libranza for $50,000, Sr. Aguirre received that amount on Sunday, Dec. 7th. As to Fammeken, he can say nothing at present; is in process of arranging the matter. 1851, Dec. 10:
1p. ALS.
395
Rl. Aguirre at San Luis Potosi to Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: States that the deal with regard to Gallinas hacienda has apparently fallen through, or will not be taken up for 6 or 8 months. Asks him to take back the money loaned upon payment of interest. Asks him to send letter to Puyade in Mexico City with instructions to that affect. 1851, December 18:
2pp. LS
2139
Mexico City. Juan F. Puyade to S. D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: S. D. José Ma. Aguirre wishes me to "receive again" the sum of $50,000 and return the libranza to you. Please advise. The two year old mules have arrived in such bad condition that they have ruined the price of the whole bunch. Ocejos price is so low that I prefer not to mention it; still, I shall try to find a customer who will buy at a reasonable price. 1851, Dec. 24:
1 p. ALS.
396
Rl. Aguirre at San Luis Potosi to Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: Sends him drafts for 50,000 pesos, and asks him to tell him how much interest he owes for this amount, which he borrowed from S.N. for a few days. 1851, December 25:
1p. LS.
349
Manuel de Ybarvo at S. Luis Potosi to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: As representative for all his brothers, he wants to borrow 70,000 pesos for one year and to mortgage Hacienda de Cruces in the State of Tamaulipas. Adds that Don Jacobo is the only man that has that much money to lend. Interest will be agreed upon. 1851, December 25:
2 pp. ALS.
2167
San Luis Potosi. Mariano Vega to D. Jacobo Shs. Navarro at Saltillo: Writer wishes to buy some goats and sheep from D. Jacobo. Describes the kind he wishes. 1851, Dec. 29:
1 p. ALS.
1599
C. de V.(?) Moseo (?) Brothers to Juan Goribar at Blmo. M.H. Concerning delivery of stock. 1851, Dec. 29:
2 pp. ALS.
2138
Mexico City. Juan F. de Puyade to S.D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo. Mules arrived in bad condition. Best price he could get was 23 pesos 4 reales. Purchaser D. Francisco Ocejo who paid with a libranza about which you can rest easy for esto es como dinero en caja. Will hasten to deliver the mules because of expense of keeping them. Sr. Goribar received "yesterday" some cattle at the Hacienda de Concepción and "today" the writer is despatching the mayoral and the vaqueros with a letter of consignment. 1851, Dec. 31:
1p. ALS.
304
Juan F. de Puyade at Mexico City to D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Hacienda de Patos: Reports that the field boss and cowboys will set out from Mexico City the following day, mentions cattle they drove there, and lists money advanced to them. 1851, December 31:
1 p. ALS.

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1852-1860

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11500
Monterrey. Guillermo del Valle to Jacobo Sanchez. Asking for a place to work on an hacienda. 1852, Feb. 22:
1p. ALS.
789
Elizeo Gusman at Santuto. to Dn. Ygnacio Lozano: Complaint concerning irrigation ditch. Water needed for crops. 1852, February 29:
1p. ALS
1640
Hacienda de Patos. Jacobo S. Navarro. Sale of sheep and goats to Angel Ferriera. 1852, Mar. 4:
1p. DS.
1510.
Saltillo. Ygnacio Lozano to Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Hacienda de Patos. Announces death of his son, Juan Francisco. 1852, Mar. 13:
1p. ALS.
127
Vicente Cerna to D. Jacobo Sanchez at Patos: States he cannot go out and find the money needed because he would have to abandon his house. Other remarks about the payment of a debt. 1852, April 4:
2 pp. ALS.
1503
Saltillo. Ygnacio Lozano to Jacobo Sanchez Navarro. Says lady refuses to accept 200 pesos, but wants 500 pesos. Wants to be advised on matter. 1852, Sept. 14:
1p. ALS.
1570
List of baptisms at Hacienda de Patos for the year. 1852, Dec. 27:
47pp.
2210
Mexico. Monthly account made to S.D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro for the month of December 1852 by Juan F. de Puyade. 1852, Dec. 30:
4pp. ADS
1499
Saltillo. Manuel (only signature) to Jacobo Sanchez at Hacienda de Patos. Announcing birth of daughters to Margarita. 1853, June 25:
1 p. ALS.
2218
Monthly account made to S.D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro for the month of November 1853 by Juan F. de Puyade. 1853, Nov. 30:
2pp. ADS.
933
Florencio Maynez at Florida: Jesus Castillo is taking to San Juan del Retiro forty fanegas of corn. 1854, May 6:
ADS.
558
J. Maynez to Don Saturnino Casas at Patos: Pascual Bargas charged nine fanegas of corn. 1854, July 8:
1649
List of persons who went to the shearing. 1854, August.
1p.
729
P. de Ybarra at Portillas to D. Jacobo S. Navarro at Patos: Grants him permission to send 300 mules to his grazing pasture where they will be safer from the Indians. 1854, August 12:
1p. ALS.
2208
Mexico. Monthly account made to S.D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro for the month of November 1854 by Juan F. de Puyade. 1854, Nov. 30:
2pp. ADS
1596
San Miguel de Allende. Manuel Gonzales Torres to Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Saltillo: Concerning sale of stock. 1855, Jan. 13:
1p. ALS.
798
Antonio Aguado at Allende to Dn. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro: He wrote last month telling him that Santo's attorney was proposing a compromise settlement. States he set forth conditions. Remarks about his past services. 1855, June 18:
3pp. ALS.
797
Antonio Aguado at Allende to Dn. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro: Wrote to him at Saltillo about settlement in lawsuit with Santto, but fears communication with Saltillo is cut off. Sets forth propositions for settlement. 1855, June 25:
2pp. ALS.
1595
Patos. Unsigned to Manuel Gonzales Torres: Concerning purchase of stock. 1855, July 11:
1p.
3208
Ledger of servants had by Hacienda de Patos, and the salaries earned by them. 1855, Aug. 1--Dec. 31:
28pp.
861
Saturnino Casas at Bonanza to D. Juan Farda: Regrets Farda's ill fortune, assures him things will be better. Liquor's price is at a standstill. He is enclosing a letter for Don Valente. 1855, August 13:
1p. ALS.
862
Juan N. de Arizpe at Saltillo to D. Juan Farda: He has paid 138 pesos 5 reales to D. Luis de Zepeda, and asks him to charge that amount to Juan Ramirez at the hacienda. D. Lorenzo Galvan has just arrived from Monterrey. 1855, August 25:
1p. ALS.
3025
San Vicente. Vicente Rendon to Miguel Sanchez Navarro at Monclova. Says that Arispe wants to take away the water from him. 1855, Sept. 8:
2pp. ALS.
1601
Booklet having account of amount of flour turned over to the Administrator Juan Farda. 1855, Oct. 1:
1pp.
1611
Monterrey. Lorenzo Oliver to Jacobo S. Navarro at Saltillo: Says he has received $1272 sent and will give him credit. Says he has no difficulty in receiving the silver there at $8. 1856 (?), Feb. 17:
2 rs. 2pp. ALS.
1613
San Juan de Sabinas. Emilio Bohme to Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos. Speaks of his complaint to the Governor about theft of lumber; says Governor wishes to know value of lumber so he can give him indemnization--says he would rather have the Hacienda free of taxes for ten years. Says he read in Texas newspapers where a number of Germans were on their way to buy land in Mexico. 1856 (?), June 4:
2pp. ALS.
800
Jacobo S. Navarro at Saltillo to D. Juan Farda: Reports that the son of the foreman gambled away his saddle and horse and everything else. Reports financial needs of other men. Reports he is sending certain articles. 1856, June 12:
1p. ALS.
1580
Bonanza. Miguel Berain to Juan Farda at Patos. Concerning delivery of flour and merchandize. 1856, June 14:
1p. LS.
2220
Monthly account made to S.D. Jacobo Sánchez Navarro for the month of June 1856 by Juan F. de Puyade. 1856, June 30:
1p. ADS.
1639
Bonanza. Miguel Berain to Jacobo S. Navarro at Patos. Says he is sending him some silver; will see about getting some soap, etc. 1856, July 10:
1p. LS.
866
Y. Ygnacio Gonzalez Paredes at San Jose to D. Jacobo Sanches: Tells him that his son Indalecio died and he had to move there to take care of his property. Asks him to sell him two or three large logs to make canoes out of. 1856, July 24:
1p. ALS.
922
Manuel Berain at Bonanza to D. Jacobo S. Navarro: Reports an Indian raiding party of 156 braves. Cash for freight payments is exhausted. He was about to send out a wagon when he heard of a party of 200 Indians. Reports arrangements to meet payroll. A new German smelter will soon be opened. 1856, July 26:
2pp. ALS
860
Juan F. de Puyade at Mexico City to Dn. Melchor Sanchez Navarro: Reports that D. Pablo Obregon is seriously ill. States what he has done about $7,300 in bonds. Tells him he is sending him trousers, vests, cigars, and other things. The shepherds have set out for hacienda. 1856, July 26:
1p. ALS.
2209
Mexico. Monthly Account made to S.D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro for the month of July 1856 by Juan F. de Puyade. 1856, July 31:
2pp. ADS.
1511
Mexico. Juan F. de Puyade, to Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Hacienda de Patos. Says he does not inclose letter from S.D. Carlos because he has not heard from Navarro in a long time and is worried. Includes report of herds. 1856, Aug. 6:
1p. ALS.
1622
Bonanza. Miguel Berain to Jacobo S. Navarro. In regard to amount of silver mine can produce. 1856, Aug. 16:
3pp. ALS.
1647
Saltillo. Jesus Maria Zepeda to Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos. Concerning accounts and money matters. Puts in an order for wool. 1856, Aug. 16:
1p. LS.
2627
Patos. Writer sends by Nicolas Canisalas 80 fanegas of corn to Sor. Dn. Igno. Fernisa, the freight to be paid by Sor. Dn. Igno. Losano. 1856, Nov. 7:
1p. L.
(unsigned)
1725
Monclova. Manuel Salvador Sanchez Navarro to Melchor Sanchez. Says he does not wish to continue studying and asks that his brother send him money. Copy of Melchor's answer to his brother Manuel also on this sheet-- He says he shall see him in Monclova concerning his request. 1856, Dec. 10:
3pp. ALS.
946
Gregorio del Castillo at Hacienda Gde. to Dn. Balente Luna: Acknowledges receipt of money and states that he is sending rations for servants at the estancia. Reports harvest of corn. 1856, December 31:
1p. ALS.
2224
General Account of the Ranches of Bonanza and Patos from 1857 to Dec. 31, 1860. Also a general summary of corn remitted from June 1857 to Dec. 31, 1860. 1857-1860:
20 pp. D.
[Unsigned]
2207
Mexico. Monthly account made to S.D. Jacobo Sanchez Navarro for the month of February 1857 by Juan F. de Puyade. 1857, Feb. 28:
3pp. ADS
2891
Gabriel Lagareta and others at Mexico City. Attorney Don José-Lazaro Villamil files a petition on behalf of Don Carlos Sanchez Navarro requesting that the latter be declared exempt from any responsibility in connection with certain real estate belonging to Don Antonio Carvajal. 1857, March 30:
27 pp. DS.
924
Ygnacio Lozano at San Antonio to "Mi querido Pancho": States that Lucas Hernandez is taking to him certain goods mentioned. 1858--
2pp. ALS
[torn]
1585
Amount of corn consumed by servants working as laborers. 1858:
2pp.
953
Unsigned. Statement of amounts paid to men who are going to the mountains to cut timaber. 1858, February 2:
2pp. D.
2190
Ignasio del Balle at Muchachos writes to Sr. Dn. Quirino Benavente at Patos. He lists the numbers and types of sheep to be sent with Marios Limos; states that the shepherds Juan Pouse and Juan Barrienta have run away, and gives orders that they are not to be taken back. 1858, April 8:
2pp. ALS.
742
Isidro Treviño at Muzquiz to Dn. Juan Texada: Reports that the overseer has disobeyed orders. He will not obey orders of superior [Texada]. 1858, May 26:
ALS.
2586
Villa de Musquiz. Da. María Guadalupe Echais asks for restoration of her paternal inheritance that has fallen into possession of the Seminoles. 1858, Oct. 1:
4pp. DS.
1583
Ayuntamiento of Saltillo to Judge at Patos. Says that a loan has been imposed upon that municipality. Signed Jesus G. de Leon. 1859, Jan. 24:
1p. LS.
517
María Ignacia Weggs at Saltillo to Sor. Dn. Quirino Benavente at Patos. Asks to be paid 17 pesos due her. She adds that she is poor and has a large family. 1859, Mar. 9:
1p. ALS.
2520
Patos. Account of 168 sacks of wool sent to San Luis Potosi to the account of Lic. D. Rafael Delgado. 1859, Aug. 9:
1p. D.
1584
Saltillo. Liono. G. Carrillo to Franco. Berain. Requests him to give F. Aguirre 25 pesos and receipt for same signed by latter. 1859, Sept. 24:
1p. ALS.
2242
List of mule herd and expenses from Oct. 1860 to June 1862. List of chinaware; list of goods in shop; list of goods in granary; list of goods in store. Expense account of labor from Oct. 1860 to June 1862. Expenses of Mino del Potrero from Oct. 1860 to June 1862. Expenses of Mina del Rusio from Oct. 1860 to June 1862. Expenses of Mina de Albarradín from Oct. 1860 to June 1862. Expenses of La Hacienda de Fundición from Oct. 1860 to June 1862. 1860--62:
16pp. D.
[Unsigned]
913
J. Elisondo at Florida to Dn. Francisco B. y Velarde at H. de Patos: Asks him to send the mules the following day. Day after tomorrow he is setting out for Monterrey. Dn. Apolonio promised to give him his money in Saltillo. 1860, April 20:
1p. ALS.
2355
Notarized statement of condition of the Albarradon mine in 1840 made in Warapil at the requests of D. Manuel Berain, manager of the Bonanza ranch by authority of D. Carlos Sanchez Navarro. 1860, May 20-June 4:
ADS.
2613
Jose Matias Tigerina to Sr. Canonigo Dn. Miguel Sanchez. Servant asks curate to lend him 4 pesetas until Oct. 1st, and not to send the porter without the money. 1860, May 31:
1p. ALS.
2219
Account of Bonanza, Oct. 1, 1860. List of debtors and sums owed. Balance sheet made by Sr. Dn. José Maria Escovedo. 1860, Oct. 1:
2pp. ADS.
914
Jacobo Elisondo at Florida to Dn. Francisco B. y Velarde at H. de Patos: He is surprised at recent change in attitude, especially at statement that he cannot go on with certain business connected with the ranch. Hopes he will change his mind. 1860, October 3:
1p. ALS.
915
J. Elisondo at Florida to Dn. Francisco B. y Velarde at Patos: Asks him to come to see him. 1860, October 6:
1p. ALS.
1572
Signed Nicolas Rivas. Says Nicolas Lopes still owes a certain amount of money and will work for some one for the amount he still owes. 1860, Dec. 16:
1p. ALS.
2241
Account of Hacienda de Bonanza with J.J. de Uribarren and Co., annual interest 6 o/o. Account runs from Dec. 1857 to Dec. 1860. Account of S.D. Ignacio Gonzalez with Jacobo and Carlos Sanchez Navarro from Feb. 1, 1849 to Feb. 1, 1861. Balance Sheet of Hacienda de Bonanza from Oct. 1, 1860 to June 30, 1862. 1860, Dec. 31:
7pp. D.
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1861-1870

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Debit and credit account of Dn. Jacobo S. Navarro with Bonanza from Oct. 1, 1860 to July 15, 1862. Debit and credit account of Dn. Ildefonso with Bonanza from Aug. 7, 1861 to July 4, 1862. Also account of sheep 1859 to May 30, 1862. 1861-62:
7pp. D.
[Unsigned]
1573
Patos. Jesus Ma. Aragon. Receipt for $100. 1861, Aug. 19:
1p. ALS.
2215
Demetrio Lucio, to Señor D. Carlos Sanches at Patos. Writes to tell him that the commander Elenterio Contreras is in pursuit of 8 Indians that are carrying off herds; has gone alone because of lack of people. Wants help against the barbarous Indians. 1861, Oct. 2:
1p. ALS.
704
Christoval Joseph Sanches Navarro at Saltillo to [his son] Don Joseph Miguel Sanches Navarro: Acknowledges receipt of letter and watermelons. Tells him he can sell copper at 3 reales per pound. He asked for the hand of a girl for Manuel, but he will have to wait three years for she is only 11. Tells about her. Remarks about other members of family. 1861, October 2:
4pp. ALS.
2889
Saltillo: Inventory of the properties pertaining to the company of Don Jacobo and Don Carlos Sanchez Navarro drawn up for the purpose of dividing them. 1861, October 5:
39 pp. D.
1582
Contract between Matias Mireles and Francisco Berain for 100 "vigas" at one peso each. 1861, Dec. 12:
1p. DS.
2437
Fr. Antonio Peña at the monastery of San Francisco de Guadalupe, because of his poor health and need, asks aid of the prebendary Don José Miguel Sanchez Navarro. 1862, January 8:
ALS.
1607
Parras. List of goods that S. Blanco asked Padre Flores to bring. 1862, Jan. 12:
1p. LS.
2630
Patos. Monthly report on sheep and goats, leather, and hired help. 1862, Feb. 2:
3pp. D.
2213
Monterey. Gefatura Superior de Hacienda del Estado Nuevo León y Coahuila. Statement of payment to Señor Dn. Carlos Sanchez Navarro of tax of 2 o/o on his capital according to the law of Dec. 26 last. Signed by Victoriano Cepeda. 1862, Feb. 19:
1p. DS.
2211
Saltillo. Statement from office of tax collector of Saltillo showing payment to D. Carlos Sanchez Navarro for half of the capital belonging to the company with Sr. Don Jacobo, that forms part of the $400,000 assigned to him as sum total of his capital. 1862, Feb. 27;
1p. DS.
2212
Monterrey. Statement from Secretaria del Gobierno del Estado Libre y Soberano de Nuevo León y Coahuila to the effect that explanations were not made to that office as to the capitals of D. Jacobo and D. Carlos Sanchez Navarro so that the 2 o/o taxes might be collected, as per law of December before. The $250,000 refers to his personal property and also to the part that he shares with Don Jacobo, counting in the half of his interests in the places invaded by the Indians. As to D. Jacobo's capital, the half should be computed in places invaded by the Indians, along with his personal property and also what he holds in common with D. Carlos. Signed by Manl. G. Bejar. 1862, Feb. 28:
1p. DS.
968
Jacobo Elizondo at Agua de la Mula to Dn. Valente Luna: Explains the use to be made of ox-carts. States that agreement grants him free lumber for buildings. 1862, April 15:
1p. ALS.
1586
Hacienda de Patos. Monthly report on stock. 1862, April 30:
4pp.
967
Jacobo Elizondo at Mula, to Dn. Valente Luna: Explains misunderstanding about watering place for his oxen. States that he cannot pay damages alledged to have been committed by his oxen because there are no fences. 1862, May 28:
2pp. ALS.
1588
Hacienda de Patos. Monthly report of stock. 1862, May 31:
4pp.
3074.
Florida. Signed Pascual Velarde: Concerning shipments of seed corn and beans. 1862, June 1:
1 p. DS.
906.
Unsigned. Monthly report showing the number of goats, sheep, and servants. 1862, June 30:
4 pp. D.
2225.
Balance sheet of the store of Boranza. Articles enumerated by location in store and by price, as well as by quantity. [Unsigned]. 1862, July 30:
5 pp. D.
2214.
Debit and credit sheet of El Sr. Jacobo S. Navarro for months of July and August, 1862. Unsigned. 1862, July 30:
3 pp. D.
2886.
Monterrey, N. L. Certified copy of deed of sale of a house and four days of water in Saltillo sold by the attorney of D. Carlos Sanchez Navarro to D. Luis Zepeda. 1862, August 1:
7 pp. DS.
1574.
List of repairs done at the Hacienda and receipt for payment of same. 1862, September 18:
1 p.
2222.
Document addressed to Sor Alcalde 2°. and Judge of the lower court by Jesus Ma. Aguilar, lawyer of Dn. Carlos Shez Navarro, calling for information from Jn. Marcos Ayervides, foreman of Hacienda de Hermanas, with reference to property of Dn. Carlos and his brother, Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro. Six definite questions are set forth to which Ayervides is to reply. [Paper incomplete]. 1862, October 24:
4 pp. DS.
2423.
Account book showing various personal accounts (including one of Francisco Berain) of indebtedness to the store, also records of payments to the store, sales of corn, consumption of meat, supplies issued shepherds, etc. 1863-1864:
92 pp. D.
2887.
Julio Sainz, Francisco Berain y Velarde at Hacienda de Hermanas: Inventory of the Hacienda de Hermanas. 1863, March 18:
15 pp. DS.
1609.
Saltillo. Pillegrin to Carlos A. Navarro at Patos. Says he has received certain amount of money which he will credit to his account, instrument changed. 1863, September 29:
1 p. ALS.
1785.
Letter cover to Gregorio Calte. 1864:
1 p.
1493.
San Juan del Retiso. Jose Maria Cabosos to Miguel Maynes at Patos. Asks him to send him some corn to ration out to his servants. 1864, January 5:
1 p. ALS.
2146.
Place: Agua de la Mula. From Jacobo Elizondo to Sr. Dr. Miguel S. Maynes. 1. Governor General is one his way to Saltillo. His troopsaare taking cattle and breaking into granaries. Writer needs "urgently" two fanegas of lime to conceal the door of a room in which he wishes to hide some grain. A certain old man will receive the lime and pay D. Jacobo for it. 1864, January 6:
1 p. ALS.
1529.
H. de la Mula. Elisondo to Florencio Maynes. Says he will go to Saltillo within three or four days where he will be at his orders. 1864, January 8:
1 p. ALS.
1494.
Account of stock sold. 1864, January 8:
2 pp.
711.
Unsigned. Statement showing the increase and decrease in cattle at the Estancia de Macuyú. 1864, January 9--November 9, 1865:
22 pp. D.
954.
Jose Maria Cabazos at San Juan del Retiro to Dn. Miguel S. Mainez. As ordered, he will not send the burros ahead. Troops have been passing through but have done no damage. He is forwarding a letter. 1864, January 16:
1 p. ALS.
1492.
Parras. Apolinar Flores to Saturnino Casas at Hacienda de Patos. Says that Serapio Rodriguez is not in his employ but instead Serapio Hernandez. 1864, January 17:
1 p. ALS.
1631.
Saltillo. Antoniono Vega to Miguel Maines at Patos acknowledges receipt of his letter and straw. 1864, January 21:
1 p. ALS.
1638.
Saltillo. Pellegrin to C. Sanches Navarro at Patos. Says he has paid certain amount of money to Agustin Fischer as directed. 1864, January 6:
1p. ALS.
1512.
San Antonio. Epifanio Mendez to his son Albino Mendez at Hacienda de patos. Gives his son some instructions on care of horse before racing him the following Sunday. 1864, January 27:
1 p. ALS.
1556.
Macuyo. Longino Valero to (document mere fragment). 1864, January 28:
1 p. ALS.
2147.
Place: Mula. From Jacobo Elisondo to Sr. Dr. Miguel S. Maynes at Patos. 1. Writer is urgently in need of some lumber and wishes Don Miguel to urge D. Carlos to pay for getting it out. 2. Regarding later delivery of some articles since carts will not hold any more on this trip. 1864, February 1:
1 p. ALS.
1496.
Pta. Elna. Jose Maria Cabosos to Miguel Maynes asking for corn for his servants. 1864, February 4:
1 p. ALS.
2148.
Place: A [qua] de la Mula. From D. Facobo Elisondo to Sr. D. Carlos Sanches Navarro. Writer regrets that rheumatism affecting his entire right arm makes it impossible for him to answer Don Carlos' summons to come to him. But if her finds on return of bearer of this letter that there is urgent need that he come, he will do so. 1864, February 22:
1 p. ALS. by Secy.
1497.
San Juan del Retiro. Sinecio Luna to Miguel S. Maynes. Says Tomas Mata has seen the herds of sheep and goats and will inform him of the condition these are to be found in. 1864, February 24:
3 pp. ALS.
400.
Longinas Valero at Macuyo to Dn Miguel S. Maynes at Patos. He reports that the ox-carts went up the mountain on Sunday to bring down the cuartones. He found a certain log, but could not haul it because it was too big for the carts. Everything goes well. 1864, February 24:
1 p. ALS.
2149.
Place: Mula. From J. Elisondo to Sr. Dn. Miguel S. Maynes. 1. Writer has heard that the Colonel has orders to return the animals which were stolen by his soldiers. If that is true will D. Miguel ask that the writer's animals be returned. A list follows that describes the animals. Also other instructions regarding them. 1864, February 25:
ALS. 1 p.
1498.
San Juan del Retiro. Jose Maria Cabasos to Miguel S. Maynes at Hacienda de Patos. Says Tomas de Mata will inform him about herds of sheep and goats--says he is short on shepherds. 1864, February 25;
2 pp. ALS.
548.
Yañez at Florida. Statement that Pacual Bargas is taking fifteen fanegas of corn, charged to him. 1864, February 25:
1 p.
1561.
Saltillo. Lobo y Lobo to Miguel Maines at Patos concerning purchase of goods. 1864, March 2:
1 p. ALS.
2216.
Unsigned from Patos to Sr. General D. Manuel Pabolado at Saltillo. Writes that the forces of the Division of Guandjuato that have been on his ranch by order of Col. Valdivia have incurred to date an indebtedness of $2751.28 1/2, according to receipts that he is sending to Manuel Sanchez. Though a small sum for the government, it is a large sum for him. He asks the general's aid in collecting it. 1864, March 3:
1 p. L.
561.
Berain at Florida. Tiburcio Vargas charged with ten fanegas of corn. 1864, March 4:
1 p.
923.
Berain at Florida. States that Atanacio Marines has taken five and a half fanegas of corn on account. 1864, March 4:
1 p. ADS.
2150.
Mula. From Jacobo Elizondo to Sr. Dn. Miguel S. Maynes at Patos. 1. Writer is going to the judge to request the people on the list which has been given to the judge and to receive them. 2. Wishes to know what D. Carlos has to say to the to the letter which he encloses. 1864, March 7:
ALS. 1 p.
2151.
mula. From Jacobo Elizondo to Sr. D. miguel S. Maynes at Patos. The burrero, bearer of this letter will bring the flour which the writer has in the mill. Writer would like to know what his toll amounts to. Will send it by Carmona. 1864, March 7:
1 p. ALS.
931.
Yãñez at Florida. Nicolas Palacio was given nine fanegas of corn, which were charged to him. 1864, March 9:
1 p. ADS.
917.
Valente Lima at Florida. Voucher for 87 ox-cart loads of corn to be paid to Bruno Mendoza. 1864, March 12:
1 p. ADS.
2617.
Sinecio Luna at Sn. Juan del Retiro to S. D. Miguel S. Maynes at Patos. Writes of a broken machete that he is sending him to repair. 1864, March 20:
1 p. ALS.
2152.
Mula. From Jacobo Elizondo to Sr. D. Miguel S. Maynes at Patos. Writer is losing some grain because of the drought. Therefore he asks D. Miguel to see D. Carlos about the purchase of two days water from Patos in order that he may irrigate. 1864, March 20:
1 p. ALS.
2217.
Unsigned from Patos to Sr. Admir. Grãl de rentas del Estado at Saltillo writes that General-in-Chief of Division of Guanajuato ordered part of the forces billeted on the hacienda ordering that they be given provisions and forage. A second letter from Sr. Dablado offers to pay expenses made by discount of taxes. Expenses amount to about 4000 pesos. Complains of need of speedy payment. 1864, March 23:
2 pp. L.
595.
Gregorio del Castillo. Affidavit to the effect that Atanacio Sonora appeared before him to report he had quit working at the hacienda. 1864, April 25:
1 p.
774.
Gregorio del Castillo at San Juan del Retiro to Dn. Miguel Maynés. Reports he has been ill, but he has not neglected business of hacienda Reports drought, and the caballada is poor. 1864, May 1:
1 p. ALS.
925.
F. Maynez. Dn. Juan A. Yañez is due 7 pesos 80 centavos. 1864, May 6:
1 p. ADS.
1606.
San Juan del Rio. Gregorio del Castillo to Miguel S. Maynez at Patos. Asks him to have certain house vacated so he can move his family into it. 1864, May 8:
1 p. LS.
2153.
A[qua] de la Mula. From Jacobo Elizondo to Sr. D. Miguel S. Maynes at Patos. 1. Writer will be unable (for reasons which he gives in detail) to furnish the carts (writer's) to D. Miguel for the harvest season on the Florida Hacienda. 2. Writer's carts are going into the interior. Some should be empty and D. Carlos may wish to send some things in them. Will advise later as to their viaje. 3. As soon as the wheat and barley are harvested the writer will send all the "hired" help and his servants to D. Miguel "if it doesn't rain." 1864, May 12:
1 p. ALS.
2154.
Mula. From Jacobo Elizondo to Sr. D. Miguel S. Maynes at Patos. 1. Concerning the purchase of 50 fanegas of frijol and their delivery in the carts of the writer. 2. Also concerning the delivery of a box of sombreros and bagnetillas. 1864, June 6:
1 p. ALS.
918.
Ramon Rodriguez at Narigua. States he is sending 11 [arrobas] of wheat to D. Miguel Maynes. 1864, June 9:
1 p. ALS.
1491.
Hacienda de la Mula. Jacobo Elizondo to Miguel S. Maynes at Hacienda de Patos. Asks him to sell him a tame mule for his servant to use on a trip to Peidras Negras. 1864, June 18:
1 p. ALS.
937.
Francisco S. Torres to Dn. Saturnino Casas at Patos. He is sending 8 1/2 fanegas of corn in care of Monico Hernandez. 1864, July 2:
1 p. ADS.
885.
Francisco Delgado. Lists men who received corn at La Florida. 1864, July 6:
1 p. ADS.
920.
F. Maynez at Florida to D. Saturnino Casas at Patos. Pascual Vargas is hauling fifteen fanegas of corn. 1864, August 2:
1 p. ADS.
2145.
A[qua] de la Mula. From Hilario Mila to Sr. Dn. Miguel S. Maines at Patos. Writer has heard that the Indians had destroyed Dn Jacobo's tren on way to Mataworos. "Dígame algo de los Indios"-- quoted from address side of letter. 1864, August 3:
1 p. ALS.
1580.
Saltillo. Loboy Lobo to Miguel Maines at Patos concerning purchase of wool. 1864, August 9:
1 p. ALS.
1564.
Saltillo. Receipt for wool signed by Macasio Lopez. 1864, August 9:
1 p.
1566.
Receipt for wool signed by Ausencio Torres. 1864, August 10:
1p.
1565.
Saltillo. Receipt for wool signed by Ambrocio Alfaro. 1864, August 10:
1 p.
1563.
Lobo y Lobo to D. Miguel Maines at Patos concerning delivery of wool. 1864, August 10:
1 p. ALS.
1562.
Account of wool delivered to D. Miguel Maines. 1864, August 10:
1 p.
1559.
Saltillo. Loboy Lobo to Miguel Maines at Patos. Concerning purchase of wool. 1864, August 10:
1 p. ALS.
934.
Berain. Note for half arroba of flour. 1864, August 23:
1 p. ADS.
402.
Longinos Valero at Mucuyú to Dn Miguel S. Maynez at Patos. States that Juan Pablo Reyes has just arrived from Parras and reports a movement of liberal troops either to attack the French or to evacuate the city. The French have attacked the Juarez' troops, but results of engagement are not yet known. 1864, August 28:
1 p. ALS.
562.
Berain. Promissory note for two arrobas of flour. 1864, August 28:
1 p.
938.
Berain. Note for one arroba of flour. 1864, September 1:
1 p. ADS.
1531.
A. de la Mula. Jacobo Elisondo to Miguel S. Maynes at Hacienda de Patos. Concerning campaign against Indians. 1864, September 12:
1 p. ALS.
1530.
H. de la Mula. Jacobo Elizondo to Mig. S. Maynes at Hacienda do Patos. Tells of his expedition up to the "Cierra.". Says they are picking cotton and threshing. 1864, September 18:
2 pp. ALS.
1508.
Hacienda de la Mula. Jacobo Elizondo to Miguel S. Maynes. Says he has been informed that the French have left that place on the preceding day. He also wishes to know how much corn Narro has taken to Saltillo. 1864, September 21:
1 p. ALS.
437.
Jacobo Elizondo Hacienda de la Mula to Don Miguel S. Maynes at Hacienda de Patos. States he will send him the straw and grain that may come off the threshers. All corn that has been shucked will also be sent to him. Hopes Indians can be punished. 1864, September 21:
2 pp. ALS.
1495.
San Juan del Retiro. Gregorio del Castillo to Miguel S. Maynes. Concerning Indian assaults on shepherds. 1864, September 24:
1 p. ALS.
407.
Longino Valero at Macuyú to Dn Miguel S. Maines at Patos. States he is enclosing list of servants' debts. Would like to know whether Maines wants the servants, as he can no longer employ them. 1864, October 9:
1 p. ALS.
401.
Longino Valero at Macuyo to D. Migl. S. Maynes at Patos. Reports that a cowboy has just arrived and reported that he found two victimes of the Indians. States he is setting out with some settlers to the scene of the crime. 1864, November 8:
1 p. ALS.
1555.
Hacuyu. Longino Balera to Miguel S. Maynes at Patos. Concerning an Indian attack and killing of one man by them. November 8, 1864:
1 p. ALS.
2144.
A[gua] de las Mula. From Jacobo Elizondo to Sr. Dn. Miguel S. Maynes at Patos. 1. Writer has released one of the two men delivered to him and is returning him, the other he has retained because of the wicked deeds he has committed por agné. He "left the service" last July or August. Enumerates the "expedicioues" of which this man has been guilty and what he has taken. Personally would like to put him in fetters "well recommended" for never permitting his escape. But if D. Miguel says so he will send the man back into service. 2. D. Jacobo probably knows that writer is authorized to have an armed force to punish Indians and robbers. 1864, November 29:
2 pp. ALS.
1567.
Saltillo. Lobo y Lobo to Miguel Maines at Patos. Concerning delivery of barrels. 1864, November 29:
1 p.
1597.
Monterrey. Rivera & Co. to Miguel S. Maynes at Patos. Concerning load of merchandize. 1864, December 7:
1 p. ALS.
2094.
From José Antonio Rodriguez to Manuel Rodriguez (his father). Wants some money at once to pay his college expenses. 1864, December 16:
2 pp. ALS.
1568.
Saltillo. Lobo y Lobo to Miguel Maines at Patos. Concerning delivery of barrels. 1864, December 27:
1 p.
2143.
A[gua] de la Mula. From Facobo Elizondo to Sr. Dn. Miguel S. Maynes at Patos. 1. Remitting a librancita of $600 amount of rent for "this" ranch. Would like it endorsed to Sr. Lozono in order that he may bring the money to writer as soon as possible for repairs on hacienda. 2. Carts of writer will arrive at hacienda of D. Miguel tomorrow at the latest, and if D. Miguel needs them on the finca de la Florida arrange for them to come as soon as possible. 1864, December 29:
1 p. ALS.
605.
Navarro at Tapado to Dn. José Migl. Sanchez Navarro. Acknowledges receipt of letter and two loaves of bread; is sending letter written by Royuela regarding slaughter house. 18[6]5, January 6:
2 pp.
559.
Epifanio M., at San Antonio, to Don Miguel L. Maynez. Regarding preparations to move the herds to more remote grazing grounds since grass is exhausted in the nearer lands. 1865, January 17:
1 p.
727.
Juan Ramos at Saltillo to Dn. Miguel S. Maynes at Patos. Asks for 50 fanegas of corn at six pesos on two months terms. 1865, January 31:
1 p. ALS.
604.
Navarro at Tapado to Dn. Jose Migl. Shez Navarro at Monclova. He is sending 5 fanegas of beans one load of wheat, 100 gourds, 500 strings of chili, one trunk full of meat; cannot send the fat because it has not congealed. Juan Basilio owes 53 pesos. 18[6]5, February 22:
2 pp.
567.
Roman Mendes, at San Antonio, to Don Carlos Viezca. Is sending five pairs of shears to be replaced; asks for three axes and three machetes; requests more hands for work at hacienda. 1865, March 10:
1 p.
557.
Juan de Elguezabal. Promissory notes for flour (usually 2 arrobas) for the hacienda. 1865, March 16: 1865, October 28:
14 pp.
602.
Juan Elguezabal. Promissory note for 2 arrobas of flour. 1865, July 8:
1 p.
991.
Luis Arteaga at Saltillo to D. Miguel Maynes at Patos. Invoice for goods forwarded. 1865, July 14:
1 p. ADS.
603.
Juan Elguezabal. A promissory note for 2 arrobas of flour. 1865, August 3:
1 p.
608.
Navarro at Tapado to Dn Jose Miguel Shez Navarro. States he is extremely busy but has time only to tell him that he has sent the mule train on its way without incident. [186]5, August 21:
2 pp.
3303.
Saltillo. Manuel Sanchez to Miguel S. Maynes at Patos. Discusses money matter; says the plaze of Monterrey was attacked by 2,000 men under command of Tesonimo Treviño y Escobedo. 1865, November 25:
3 pp. ALS.
3302.
Saltillo. Vicente A. Cuesta to Miguel S. Maynes at Patos. Has received authority to purchase 600 sheep and asks that they be sent to him. 1865, November 25:
1p. ALS.
3053.
A wax seal with letter "W". 1866, April 9:
565.
Pedro Simon de la Cruz, servant, to Dn. Jph Miguel Sanchez Nabarro. Reports that he delivered 452 goats to Don Cristobal de Ochoa. Juan Joseph Rodriguez, another servant, asks for a pair of shoes and four reales worth of soap. 1866, May 22:
1 p.
563.
Berain. Promissory note for 2 arrobas of flour. 1866, September 2:
1 p.
801.
Berain at P[atos]. A note for two arrobas of flour for the hacienda. 1866, September 7:
1 p. ADS.

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1871-1895

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1908.
Unsigned. Bill due S. Fisher, 188, Strand, London. [18]71, June 20:
1 p. PD.
3010.
Lampasas. Pedro Jph. de Garza to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Describes punishment for thieves caught. 1874, November 8:
2 pp. ALS.
1797.
Monclova. From Juan Ignacio de Arispe to Sr. D. Miguel Pajéo. Writer informs Pajéo that the house in which writer lives is owned by writer. It has on it a mortgage which is to be paid off from the proceeds of the rental. This mortgage the writer wishes to pay off from rent of current year. If there is not sufficient amount, then out of the rent of the coming year--unless Pajés will advance any deficit. Writer wishes to pya balance the current year in order to get possession of the documents. 1875, November 30:
3 pp. ALS.
1719.
Candela: Francisco Manuel Montano to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Reporting on his dealing with the Indians and rendering settlement of an account. 1877, May 24:
2 pp. ALS.
3472.
Saltillo: Maria Catharina Recio to Josefe Miguel Sanchez at Monclova. Says she is in need since death of her husband and asks his aid. 1877, Oct. 4:
2 pp. ALS.
3371.
San Buenaventura: Maria Dolores de Medina to Miguel Sanchez Navarro in Monclova. Quotes price on sale of tobacco; wants him to send her one or two bundles of tobacco. 1877, Oct. 9:
2 pp. ALS.
2694.
José Francisco de Castillos at Santa Rosa to S. D. José Melchor Sanches. Writes that he and his companion have looked everywhere for the paper that he requests, but it is not in the Index. They are still looking for it and hope to send it in that day's mail. 1878, Jan. 13:
2 pp. ALS.
7.
Manuel L. del Castillo at Mexico City to Da. Dolores O. de Sanchez Navarro. Sends greetings; French mail brought no letter to her because he is ill; he has learned that certain accounts had been presented to her; he has the money ready. 1878, Apr. 20:
3 pp. ALS.
939.
Manuel L. del Castillo at Paris to Sra. Da. Dolores O. de Sanchez Navarro at Mexico City. Regrets she has been worried over Carlitos illness; warns her to be careful of health; he is sending the remains of Fernando Clermont on board the Heroica to Vera Cruz; he is ill. 1879, Mar. 29:
3 pp. ALS.
136.
José Antonio Rodriguez at Monterrey to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. He is enclosing notice requested; he has not heard about documents concerning the 1500 pesos due by Arispe, deceased; his son is arranging the archives; sends greetings. 1879, June 9:
2 pp. ALS.
456.
Copy of bill of sale of Estancia de la Mota, made by Francisco Sada, authorized by the widow and heirs of Dn. Carlos Sanchez Navarro to Dn. Mariano Gonzalez Barrera for the price of $17,500 at Monterrey, State of Nuevo Leon. 1880, Feb. 11:
6 pp. D.
408.
Quirino Benavente at Patos to Lic. D. Juan Nepomuceno de Arizpe at Saltillo. States he is sending him eighty fanegas of corn for La Hedionda, and asks him to get the excise tax receipts on them. He is also sending him some pecans for salads; he is enclosing a letter for Don Pepe; encloses a note stating he cannot send the corn until Wednesday. 1881, Mar. 5:
3 pp. ALS.
Also a fragment discussing certain lands.
2354.
Eugenio Castellano, judge in the town of Musquiz, makes a sworn statement concerning the survey made him and others of the boundaries adjoining San Juan de Sabinas y Rivacas. 1883, Oct. 3:
5 pp. DS.
2230.
Mexico: Letter addressed in French to the firm of Escker Wyss & Cie. Mécaniciens Constructeurs, Zurich; inquires about Epurateur-Tablier for producing 200 kilos of fine paper and 4 to 5000 of common paper; asks reply by telegraph as to goods and price; that he may send the money at once; asks about transportation costs of goods. 1888, Nov. 29:
1 p. L.
[Incomplete--Unsigned].
3399.
Pueblo de San Pedro: Jacobo Ugarte y Loyola to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Concerning the Royal "provision" issued to the favor of Miguel Lobo; concerning certain legal matters. 1895, Mar. 13:
3 pp. ALS.

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Undated

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12947.
Nicolasa and Maria Ge[trudis] to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Appreciate the 25 pesos sent them; thank him profusely. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2960.
[Man]uel Samudio to Miguel Sanchez Navarro to his "Amo": Wants a pair of ladies shoes and a pair of men's shoes. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
2980.
Rafael Peres to "Sr.": Wants to borrow 200 pesos. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
2993.
Asseriste (?) Ribera to Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Asking for 20 pesos. Undated:
1 p. L.S.
3000.
Blas Xexbacio (?) Sanchez de Charles to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Says he wasn't able to come when he wanted him to because his wheat crop had to be attended to. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
3005.
Pedro Cuerda to Sr. Cura: Says he is leaving in the morning and is at his service for anything he may want attended to. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
3008.
José Tomas Quevedo y Villanueva to Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Outlines his hard luck and asks for a loan. Undated:
3 pp. A.L.S.
3021.
Juan Antonio Rodriguez to Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Asking for a lb. of chocolate, a dozen and a half of "coetes". Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
3023.
Cardenas y Sanchez to Melchor Sanchez: Says barrels sold to him by Antonio de Anda (?) are no good. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
3031.
Unsigned: A description of Mina's attack. Undated:
2 pp.
No document identification given.
3040.
Jph. Cayetano Canales to Miguel Sanchez: Wants two cargas of wheat. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
2845.
José Mariano Montemaior to Cuido. José Melchor Sánchez Navarro: Writes him about a horse that he asked for from the overseer at Soledad which he took to San Buenaventura and from there went to the capital where he put it in the drove of the company. When he went to get it, he learned that S.H. had ordered it taken ut and hitched to his carriage, which meant that Montemaior had stolen it. Asks him to let him use it to go to Saltillo. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2850.
Pedro Suárez to Señor Dn J. Melchor Sánchez Navarro: Writes to tell him that he has two animals, "but without doing damage to my master in the hacienda". Says that he does not take care of them, but his wife and children do. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2594.
Da. Apolonia Beram Sáanchez Navarro, through her son Jacobo Sáanchez Navarro appeals to Judge to compel Dn. Agustín Martínez to pay within 3 days a debt long due her. Undated:
4 pp. D.
2556.
Reference made to account of D. José Sanchez, father of the Sor. Prebo. to Gral. D. Juan Antonio de Bustillas. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given. Fragment.
2554.
Reference to water rights and lands sold by Dn. Bonifacio de la Garza as attorney for his mother and brothers, all heirs of Dn. Clemente de la Garza, part owner of San Andrés Ranch. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given. Fragment.
2552.
Reference to Deed of Sale that Dn. Borja Guadiana made to Dn. José Mechor Sánchez Navarro of 10 days of water rights. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given. Fragment.
2549.
Reference to gift of land and house for dwelling to Sor Br. D. José Miguel Sánchez Navarro by D. Joaquin de los Santos Coy and Da. Tereza de la Paz. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given. Fragment.
2545.
Reference to estate known as El Realito, near Sta. Rosa that reverted to D. José Melchor Sánchez Navarro. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given. Fragment.
2595.
Pedro Vidaurri to Sor D. Melchor Sánchez: Asks payment of debt due him. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2544.
Reference to original copy that Dn. Franco. granted of Hacienda of San Juan of instrument adjudicating part payment for payment annulled in part. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given. Fragment.
2539.
First part missing. Discussion of autos before Royal Court as to dispute of the Sanchez Navarro - Borrego use of saltpetre. Demand that the Basquez Borregos give to the Sánchez Navarro the lands under litigation, boundaries stated. Undated:
6 pp. D.
Fragment.
2618.
Joseph Miguel Sánchez Navarro thanks Dn. Francisco Castellanos for favors received through Dn. Melchor. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
2625.
Borrego to Sr. Br. Dn. Migl. Sánchez Nabarro: Tells him the bearer of the note is bringing body of a sister for burial. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2628.
Pedro Francisco Sotelo to Sor Dn. Franco. Castellano at Monclova: Reports on 9 fillies that were to have been delivered, also a mare and colts that he is waiting to receive. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2645.
Manuel Lafuente to Sõr D. Melchor Sáanchez: Asks loan of 50 pesos, or if not so much, 20 pesos in cash and the rest in goods from his store. Undated:
3 pp. A.L.S.
2683.
Jph de la Luz writes to Sõr. Br. Dn. Miguel Sánchez Navarro: Signs himself as a servant of the curate. Asks help in need for himself and his children. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2684.
Juan Antonio Abrego to Sor. Br. Dn. Jph Migl. Sanchez Navarro: Notifies him that of his draft mules and of his irrigation mules none is lacking, out three mules of Sr. Dn. Manuel, according to report of Alarcón. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
2471.
Jose Ignacio Menchacca writes don Miguel Sanchez, asking for a loan of fourteen pesos. Undated:
2 p. A.L.S.
2400.
Miguel Reina makes a memorandum of selling in San Antonio three cows which had been lost from the main herd. Undated:
1 p. D.
2601.
Miguel de Vargas Machuca gives a bad name to the witness Pedro Monzon as having stolen certain goods. Undated:
2 pp. A.D.S.
Fragment.
2492.
Maria Simona Tomasa Billego, a poor widow, asks don Miguel Sanchez Navarro to see that Antonio Guillermo keeps his promise to marry her. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
2498.
The reverend father Grandos of the Society of Jesus discusses the merits and preparation by cooking of the venous herb with list of diseases in which it is beneficial. Undated:
1 p. D.
2370.
Information furnished by the measuring of the grants of land within the town of Boca de Tlaxcala, done by don Pedro José de Plaza and the magistrates of the adjacent districts, June 16, 1773. Undated:
2 pp. D.
2371.
Summary of the defense made by Padre Sosa accused of aiding the rebels. Interesting reference to aid given by the United States to the rebels in Nagodoches and Natchitoches (La.). Undated:
16 pp. D.
2357.
Juan Jose de Cardenas makes a schedule of the accounts of D. Melchor Sanchez. Undated:
1 p. A.D.S.
2318.
Record of 74 sacks of wool sent to Saltillo to be delivered to Don Miguel Sanchez. Undated:
1 p. D.
1899.
Don Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro petitions the Sõr. Teniente de Justicia that he be excused, because of his advanced age, from fulfilling the duties of guardianship of the minor children of his deceased brother, don Manuel Franco. Sanchez Navarro. Undated:
1 p. D.
1876.
Jph. Santiago Villareal writes Sõr D. José Melchor Sanchez Nabarro, expressing gratitude for the latter's friendship. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1954.
Maria de Arispe writes Sr. Cura Don Jph. T. Miguel Sanchez Nabarro, asking for some garments in order that she may hear mass. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1949.
Maria Igsabel, Maria Gertrudis and Maria Leonardo Sanchez Navarro to their brother Sr. Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro: They have received his gifts of wheat, cotton chile, panochas and honey. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1879.
Francisco Vustos writes the prebendary, asking for four pesos because he is ill. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1895.
Maria ZePherina Sanchez writes to Señor Bar. Dn. Miguel Sanchez: Asking if she can borrow two fanegas of corn. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1915.
Pedro Naranjo y Juan de Molina ask aid of Sõr don. Josef Sanchez at Coahuila because of their dire need. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1958.
Pedro Tueros to Sr. Don Josef Migl. Sanchez Navarro: Don Jacobo Ugarte y Loyola has been declared Commandant General of the Interior Provinces and don Domingo Cabello governor of Texas. This comes from the Gaceta Mexicana. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1960.
Juan Carreño, barber of Dn. Miguel Sanchez asks his aid because of his poverty and his father's illness. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1967.
Tueros to Sr. Cura: He has reached an understanding with don Fernando's son about the debt; also that a mortgage on the hacienda del Alamo has been arranged. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1977.
María Catarina Villegas writes the Sor. Prebo. Jubilado Dn. Jose Migl. Sancz. Nabarro: Her son wishes to marry María Josefa Robleda. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1984.
Bitorino Rodrigue writes Sr. Br. Dn. Migl. Sanchez Nabaro that he is sending a dozen fresadas and asks for a load of wool. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2008.
Maria Gertrudis Garcia to Sor. Br. Dn. Jose Migel Sanches Navarro: She thanks him for his kindness; she sends two garritos in order that he may drink water and some pears. Undated:
3 pp. A.L.S.
2020.
Castellano renders an account of the distribution of 26 loads of flour under his control. Undated:
1 p. A.D.S.
2009.
Gertrudis Garcia, in the absence of her husband in Saltillo, writes Dn. Jose Migl. Sanches Navarro, asking him to officiate at the marriage of one of their servants and agreeing to pay the fee. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
2010.
Migl. Harro Valid asks Sor. Br. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanches Navarro: he asks the loan of 6 pesos in order that he may finish cutting his wheat. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
2024.
Terms of an agreement for the purchase of 40 to 90 sheep to be made by P. from S.N. Terms include arrangements for removal of sheep from hacienda de Tapado, adjustment of price by steward, Valentin Moncada, payment of half of money on surrender of cattle, etc. Undated:
2 pp. D.
2027.
Tueros to Sor Cura: He writes that the order to free the mules and one respingo is already in the mail. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
2028.
José Domingo de Letona to Sr. Lico. Dn. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro: He now understands the age of don Miguel's land-grants and that the law is on the latter's side; he wishes the latter's opinion in writing; his cousin, Monzón, has been dead three days. Undated:
3 pp. A.L.S.
1981.
Vicente Arispe to his godfather, Sr. Br. Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Nabarro: Assuming that he will fulfill the function of the Patriarch, they have collected alms to the amount of 23 pesos and 6 dozen guetes which he sends. Undated:
1 p. D.S.
2033.
Jph. Vte. de la Garza to Sro. Br. Dn. Jph. Miguel Sanches Navaro: He prays the latter to give him the bowl de diesmo which is in the home of don Pedro Jimenez. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
2053.
Ignacio de Lopes to Sr. Cura dn. Jph. Miguel Sanches Navarro: Juan Antonio has died and for his shroud the latter asks of don Miguel four yeard of blue baize. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1460.
Maria Catarina at Reino de Leon to D. José Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Remarks about his liberality in helping others; asks him to give her aid. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1360.
Navarro to Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Reports that he is sending certain servants for their confession, and gives report on amounts they are due the hacienda. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1435.
Raphael Peres to Señor Cura: Asks for a raise from 300 pesos annually to 480 pesos or he will quit. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1430.
Jph Santiago Villareal to Dn. José Migl. Sanchez Salinas: He received the two cargas of flour sent him. Acknowledges receipt of note for 100 pesos. Asks him to send him a carga of beans. Greetings. Undated:
3 pp. A.L.S.
1424.
Maria Sapopa Valdes to Dn. Migl. Sanchez: Greetings by widow of Manuel Salinas [Maria Sapopa Valdes]. She begs for an aguinaldo. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1414.
Arispe to Dn Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Asks him if he is going to do him the favor he requested previously. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1411.
J. Antonio Robledo to "Mi amo": Greetings. Asks him to give him certain medicines he needs, such as alum and copper sulphate [piedra lipis]. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1410.
Marcos Sandoval to Dn Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Related his coverty-stricken condition and asks for help. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1400.
Ygnacia Cristina de la Cruz (widow) to D. Jose Miguel Shez Navarro: Asks him for a loan of twelve pesos to send her child to school. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1375.
Abrego to Dn Agustin Flores: Asks him to send him some quince to make some jelly with, in the care of uncle Francisco. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1372.
Parras to Cura: Greetings. States he is sorry his arrival has to be so public, but he will obey instructions. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1364.
Pedro del Rio to Dn. Joseph Migl. Sanchez Navarro: Begs for one peso to return to Santa Rosa because he is sick. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1371.
Jose Manuel de los Reyes to Dn Miguel Sanchez: States he obtained articles he wanted, and sent with the muleteers. Tells him how to plant certain seeds. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1370.
Nicolas Cerecedo to Dn Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Reports that the commissary has told him not to preach because people just want to make fun of him. States that he knows his limitations, but asks him to straighten out matter without letting commissary know about it. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1361.
Francisco Ansures to Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Asks him to pay for a baptism as he is in bed as the result of a fall. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1275.
José Francisco del Castillo to C. Rafael del Valle at Monclova: The mailman did not want to take the mule, because mule would not follow easily. What is he to do with mule?. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1268.
Unsigned: List showing the names, business, and fee paid by certain merchants at Monclova. Undated:
1 p. D.
1252.
Unsigned: Dn. Juan Antonio Vidaurri acknowledges receipt of 516 sheep as payment of rent at hacienda of San Juan Bautista del Alamo in Coahuila. Gives details of rent. Undated:
1 p. D.
1206.
Unsigned: Appears to be part of a sermon. Undated:
4 pp. D.
1202.
Unsigned: Sermon for the first Wednesday of Lent. Undated:
12 pp. D.
1203.
Unsigned: Sermon for the day of Dolores. Undated:
8 pp. D.
1204.
Unsigned: Appears to be part of marriage record. Undated:
1 p. D.
1011.
Unsigned: Statement of distribution of fifty pesos. Undated:
1 p. D.
1108.
Galindo to Estimado Faustinito: Asks him to look for certain books, and send them to him. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
976.
Unsigned: List of church ornaments, and price. Undated:
1 p. D.
975.
Unsigned: Account due by D. Melchor Martinez. Undated:
1 p. D.
971.
Castellano: List of articles, giving also amount and price. Undated:
2 pp. D.
1154.
José Melchor Sanchez Navarro to Dn. Faustino Castellano at Monclova: Tells him that the father is determined to leave early in the morning. He asks him to ask his uncle when the rams are to be delivered. Tell him also nothing unusal has happened during the shearing. Three shepherds ran away. Greetings. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
932.
Unsigned: Request him to permit the little girl Doña Maria Ygnacia to go and cristiane a baby. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given. Fragment.
926.
Arellanos: List of groceries charged to D. Melchor Sanchez. Undated:
1 p. A.D.S.
919.
Unsigned: He has 68 horses and is expecting 30 more. Undated:
1 p. L.
916.
Unsigned: Dn. Macsimo Valdes and Dn. Melchor Sanchez Navarro set forth conditions under which they will undertake to settle differences in land claims. Undated:
3 pp. D.
856.
Unsigned: Don Jose Melchor Sanchez Navarro to Señor Governador: Explains his refusal to pay six hundred pesos to Don Juan Jose Zamorano for the tutorship and living expenses of minor, Manuel Salvador Sanchez Navarro. Undated:
2 pp. D.
857.
Unsigned: Don Jose Melchor Sanchez Navarro to Señor Governor: Petitions him to restrain Don Alexandro Sanchez from leaving city until he has made settlement for deficit discovered in his accounts. Undated:
1 p. D.
854.
Unsigned: Appears to be handwriting exercises. Undated:
34 pp.
No document identification given.
859.
Unsigned: Dn. Jose Melchor Sanchez Navarro: Replies to Zambrano's petition before the governor for funds belonging to his foster son. S.N. states that Zambrano had no business taking the child to Bexar at the time of the 1813 revolution, where Zambrano lost everything. Wants child taken away from Z. Undated:
4 pp. Df.
839.
Maria Candelaria de Leon Governador to Dn. Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro: States that she is sending Antonio Bernave to pay him two pesos. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
788.
Perez to don Francisco: Sends him 30 pesos; still has some jerked meat and some fat. Money is on account of six bulls. States he is ill. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
779.
Unsigned: List of meat given to hired hands. Undated:
2 pp. D.
[torn]
778.
Unsigned: Account sheet, listing various articles such as cigarettes, chocolate, tobacco, etc. Undated:
3 pp. D.
757.
Fr. Cerecedo: Statement that Joseph Antonio Zapata, Domingo Monzon, and Pedro Monzon have confessed their sins. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
756.
Santiago Guadalupe de Pruneda to Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Begs for a little corn. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
752.
Fr. Nicolas Cerececedo, the missionary to Dn Joseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Tells him a new assistant is to arrive, and writer needs certain things which he lists: plates, forks, napkins, spoons, etc. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
750.
Jph Migl. Sanchez Nabarro to Nicolas Cervido: He knows that addressee cannot come to this villa. Tells him he may do as he pleases. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
741.
Pedro José Valdes to the Governador of the Diocese of New Leon: Congratulates him for appointment to head the diocese. Offers his services. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
758.
Unsigned: To Dn. Jph Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Asks him for permission to reenter his house, as he had been dispossessed and driven out. States he has recovered from illness. Asks his forgiveness. Undated:
2 pp. L.
731.
Unsigned: Report on fat produced: 260 arrobas 15 lbs. distributed among 694 people. Undated:
1 p. D.
684.
Unsigned: Inventory of the clothing and furniture belonging to Don Ygnacio Delgadillo, deceased. Undated:
2 pp. D.
648.
Unsigned: Statement of hides delivered at various places; listing other articles also. Undated:
1 p. D.
680.
Unsigned: Asks for instructions about advancing rations to servants. A man's dogs has killed calves and colts. Buckets were destroyed at the well. A man climbed up a tree after a lion and was badly injured. Undated:
4 pp.
L. Fragmentary.
647.
Julian Rodriguez: Statement of livestock, hides, and other articles. Undated:
1 p. D.S.
612.
Unsigned: Remarks about the request of a dispensation granted to Don Miguel. Request to look for mule. Undated:
2 pp.
No document identification given.
611.
Navarro to Don Jose Domingo de Letona: Complains with resignation at misfortune of ill health and order from the bishop to report to Monterrey. Undated:
2 pp.
No document identification given.
610.
Mariano Jph Monzon: Discusses wagon equipment to be obtained; is sending him a prescription for a patient. Undated:
2 pp.
No document identification given. Fragmentary.
609.
Vicente de Aguirre to Don Jose Maria: An urgent request for a loan of some money to enable him to go to work. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given.
606.
Unsigned: Listing amount of hay turned over to Don Joachin Baldes of Saltillo. Undated:
2 pp.
No document identification given.
598.
Unsigned: M. Sanchez Navarro, a resident of Monclova, requests the municipal corporation to make certain inquiries concerning his livestock, especially concerning certain horses rounded up and used by the army. Undated:
2 pp.
No document identification given.
597.
Ana Getrudis and Juana Josefa Sanchez Navarro to Don Manuel Sanchez Navarro: Acknowledging receipt of his letter, and expressing wish to see him. Nothing unusual except an epidemic of small-pox. Pedrito died on the tenth of the month. Undated:
4 pp.
No document identification given.
580.
Unsigned: Inquiries as to powers and duties of the Provincial Delegation. Partial answers given. Undated:
2 pp.
No document identification given.
579.
Unsigned and water stained: Appears to be part of accounts of Don Manuel de Soto y Carboya. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given.
575.
Unsigned: Appears to be part of ledger. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given. Fragment.
547.
Unsigned: List giving day of week, day of month, apparently name of haciendas, and numbers of something. Undated:
4 pp.
No document identification given.
539.
Unsigned: Accounts, gives name and price of certain articles. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given.
101???.
Unsigned: Giving the latest political developments. Undated:
2 pp. L.
1680.
Unsigned: List of moneys received and expended. Undated:
5 pp.
No document identification given.
1679.
Maria Josefa Gonzales to Sr. Don Melchor Sanchez: Wishes aid from him. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1678.
List of stock and their offspring. Undated:
3 pp.
No document identification given.
1763.
Note signed by Valle to his friend, Melchor Sanchez, asking him to send him that day's newspaper, "The Aguila" if Sanchez has read it. Undated:
1 p. D.S.
1764.
Unsigned: Part of an essay. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given.
546.
Addressed to Sr. Lizdo. Don Miguel Shz. Navarro, Superannuated priest, and ecclesiastical judge of the villa of Santiago &. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given.
1676.
Part of a testament. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given. Fragment.
1677.
List of jack-asses and their offspring. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given.
1672.
Unsigned: Relay of horses, giving name of owner and number of horses, mules, or burros. Undated:
3 pp.
No document identification given.
1671.
Unsigned. List of merchandize including handkerchiefs, "petates", Materials, etc. For the Hacienda de Hermanas. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given.
1670.
List of shepherds. Signed by Tinecio Luna. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1668.
Jose Antonio Flores to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Asks him to please let him two or three head of cattle since he is a bit short on money and cannot collect any. Undated:
3 pp. A.L.S.
1660.
Jose Antonio Chacon to Jose Miguel Sanchez Navarro: Says he is sending him wool, cheese, etc. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1664.
Concerning estate of deceased Lieut. Col. Ygnacio Elizondo. Undated:
2 pp.
No document identification given.
1667.
Unsigned: List of merchandize including shoes, silk, lace, hats, tobacco, shoes, etc. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given.
1665.
List of articles of Castilla that Don Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro has bought and prices thereof. Undated:
5 pp.
No document identification given.
1658.
Report of losses in Villa of Saltillo. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given.
294.
Document dealing with Indian depredations and demand for adherence to treaty of Guadalupe. Undated:
2 pp.
No document identification given.
131.
Nicolas Cerecedo to Dn. Miguel Sanchez Navarro: He is sending back a woman who came to him posing as a cook. He claims she is a prostitute. Asks him to try to save her soul. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
51.
Albares to Señor Teniente: States he has told Don Francisco to send for number of spoiled hides, which he does not want. He can prove they were spoiled when he received them. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
28.
Santos Perez de Gaytan to Dn. Francisco Castellano: Regrets he has not paid his account. States he is about to sell some cattle. Even if he were to be taken before judge, he could not pay now. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
21.
Anamaria Luna to Dn Faustino Castellano at Monclova: Greetings. States that Manuel wants him to send the mareteras requested. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1661.
Unsigned: To Don Joseph Flores: Informs him that he has been order to help him by the Bishop and asks that Flores help him find a house in which to live. Undated:
1 p.
No document identification given.
2536.
Villa de Coahuila: Sor. Prebendado José Miguel and his brother, D. Juan Francisco Sánchez Navarro asked to certify as to lands and water, also as to whether certained names persons are neighbors and entitled to consideration as God-fearing Christians. Undated:
2 pp. D.
2360.
D. Juan José Flores authorizes the magistrate Dn. Franco. del Prado to issue the proper deeds recording the sale of a ground-plot by Juan José Flores' late parents by himself to his cousin D. Manuel Sanchez. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
1819.
Unsigned: Don Teodoro Currillo is freed from paying 3 pesos to the loan for maintaining 350 men that Saltillo offered by virtue of 8 onzas of gold that it adjusted: 6 to the Secretary's wife and one to each of the two boys. Undated:
2 pp. D.
Incomplete.
2071.
From José Ignacio Nueñe (?) (last letter missing) to Miguel Sanchez: A request for alms. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1264.
Unsigned: List showing the name, business, and claim, of citizens who object to high operating fees. Undated: [1836]
1 p. D.
1261.
Unsigned: The committe appointed for the purpose, appears before His Excellency to report that investigation of business houses has been suspended because one member refused to go on. For that reason abbatoirs, flour mills and bakeries are closed. They register complaint at high operating fees charged. Give details of suffering caused. Undated: [1856]
2 pp. D.
787.
Jose Melchor Sanchez Navarro at Hacienda del Tapado to Don Rafael Delgado: Started work on dam next day after reaching hacienda. Cleared away remains of dam built in 1800. The new dam is 24 3/4 varas long, and 5 varas wide. Gives other details. One servant ran away. Undated:
3 pp. A.L.S.
735.
José Leon Lobo Guerrero at Saltillo: Relative to the sale of a house, and his retirement. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
1775.
Account of daily slaughtering. Addressed to Melchor Sanchez at Monclova. Undated: [1826 ?]
1 p.
No document identification given.
2581.
Monclova: Account of gains of Dn. Rafael del Castillo in the employ of Sr. Dn. Melchor Sánchez Navarro. Undated:
4 pp. D.
3449.
List of what Manuel Flores needs. Undated:
2 pp.
No document identification given.
5.
Munoz to Dn. Francisco Castellano: Letter of 6th tells him that Castellano will buy the 25 or 30 cargas of wheat. States he has no playing cards available. Reports transaction over sale of certain lots at Vallecillo. Undated:
2 pp. A.L.S.
2975.
Monclova: Petition of prisoner Carlos de Aredondo to the Sr. Prevendado asking mercy. Undated:
1 p. A.L.S.
2991.
Santa Rosa: Bruno Rodriguez to Sr. Prebendado Canonigo Don Miguel Sanchez. Asking for aid in relasing Francisco Rodriguez from jail. Undated:
2 pp. ALS.
695.
Juan Jose de Cardenas to Don Vicente Arreola: Asks him kindly to vacate a certain room as he needs it for corn storage space; Vicente Arreola to Don Juan Jose de Cardenas replies he had rather not move arms from the room until return of D. Tomas Munguia unless absolutely necessary. Undated:
2 pp. ALS.
18.
Munoz at Santa Rosa to Dn. Francisco Castellano at Donde se Allé [wherever he may be found]: States he is remitting 65 pesos for Dn. Jose Antonio de la Fuente; the 300 pesos due Castellano to be taken out of any silver carried by Dn. Manuel. Undated-[Year]-July 20:
1 p. ALS.
3638.
[Printed], advertisement put out by Wilson, Peter & Co. of Louisvill, Ky., U. S. A. of vermifuge called "Santonico" for worm cure. Undated:
1 p. P.
2963.
Addressed to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro from his son; concerning wheat; is sending some goods, blankets, cigars, etc. Unsigned, Undated:
2 pp.
Fragment.
2938.
Coahuila: Francisco Castellanos to Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro. Is sending vinegar, tallow, knives, etc. Says they have been in fear of Indians. ----, Feb. 12:
2 pp. ALS.
3209.
A bound Index containing 18 pages. Undated:
549.
José María Esparza. Undated:
1 p.
Fragment.
564.
Complains because of request for payment of five hundred pesos he owes; requests acceptance of 50 or 60 arrobas of aguardiente, in payment for this debt. Undated:
Unsigned fragment.
445.
L. Ramos at Saltillo to D. Jh. Nepo. Arizpe at Patos: Acknowledges receipt of letter and vegetable crates with vegetables; sends greetings. Undated; June 25:
1 p. ALS.
405, 406.
Jph. Miguel Sanchez Navarro to Doña Gertrudes de Yglecias: Remarks about her brothers, who took away from her all her property. Thanks heaven she has friends; each one has his share now, and she has hers; tells her he is sending her the 80 pesos she wants to borrow; he would like to go see her but cannot just now. Undated:
3 pp. ALS. 68.
An account and a note.
2861.
Junta Superior de Rl. Hacienda, Mexico City. Instrument dealing with payment of excise tax by the Marquis de San Miguel de Aguayo, in which is set forth the fact that the excessive tax is working a hardship on the poor by making the use of sheep in their diet prohibitive, thus forcing them to do injury to themselves by use of poor and insufficient food. -----; Sept. 19:
4 pp. ALS.
1928.
Maria Ignacio Peron, widow of Dn. Peña, former doctor of Bishop Valdes, to Sr. Dn. Miguel Sanchez. She asks aid because of his extreme poverty. -----; Sept. 4:
3 pp. ALS.
1789.
Names of various places are mentioned in the document but not the place where the juzgado was held; Gregorio Lopes has presented charges against Francisco de Leon, alcalde mayor which resulted in no bill and the calling of Lopes to pay costs; sworn statement by Gregorio Lopes; depositions of four men. Undated:
4 pp. FDS.
2038.
Andrés Vissente de Uruzar to Sr. Liccdo. In. Josseph Miguel Sanchez Navarro: He agrees to pay for the sheep at 21 rr. and to accept delivery in the middle of September, although this will bring the sheep to Mexico in the dead of winter; nothing is to be done about the twenty thousand pesos until Don Manuel comes; the prices of wheat and corn are going down. Undated:
2 pp. ALS.
2111.
Discusses the question of building a new mill for grinding grain; thinks one recently invented is much superior to the old kind; gives name of inventor. Undated:
2 pp. AL
[Rubric].
2273.
Document addressed to Sres. Cortade, Mayores del Rl. Fral. y Anda. de Cuentas, by Dn. Manuel Royuela. Recounts suffering and privations of himself and family during insurrection; his devotion to duty in removing the King's treasure, at great risk to Rio Grande. Devotion of his three sons also, who aided him; asks recognition for his sons; signed by Manuel Royuela. Undated:
4 pp. DS.
890.
Luis Valdes at Saltillo to Don Jacobo Sanchez Navarro at Patos: Tells him he is sending check by Don Manuel Pedrasa; the mule train arrived on the 6th, the next day he sent it back to Hermanas; he received 72 loads of wool. 182-, Sept. 9:
1 p. ALS.
912.
Statement of amount of corn harvested since the first of Navember 1765. Undated:
3 pp. D.
[Unsigned]
790.
Jose Melchor Sanchez Navarro at El Tapado to Señor Don Rafael Delgado: He is sending him 41 arrobas, 16 pounds of wool; promises to send piloncillo later; the dam will be finished by Wednesday; asks him for certain goods; remarks about certain workers' accounts. 8-----, November 21:
3 pp. ALS.
1666.
Signed by Navarro; list of servants to Tapado and amount paid to each. ----; Nov. 17:
3 pp. DS.
1669.
Navarro to Juan Jose de Cardenas at Monclova; says he is sending two mozos to accompany the priest who is to come for confessions. ----; Aug. 17:
2 pp. ALS.
1662.
Manuel Francisco Sanchez Navarro in account with Señor Marquis of San Miguel de Aguayo and Santa Olalla. ----; Sept. 11:
1 p.
No document identification given.
1659.
Tapado: Navarro to Josef Miguel Sanchez Navarro in Monclova. Says he hopes his father continues well. ----; Aug. 11:
1 p. ALS.

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