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Descriptive Summary

Scope and Contents Note

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Guatemalan Broadsides Collections

Impresos Guatemaltecos

Circulares Mexicanos

Tamaulipas Imprints

Colombian Imprints, 1821-

Guatemalan Broadsides and Leaflets

Various

Oversized

The Benson Latin American Collection

Miscellaneous Broadsides, Circulars, Decrees, and other Imprints at the Benson Latin American Collection



Descriptive Summary

Creator Benson Latin American Collection: Miscellaneous Collections
Title Miscellaneous Broadsides at the Benson Latin American Collection
Dates: 1821-
Abstract Various individual items and small collections of 19th cent. broadsides and political decrees.
Extent
Language Spanish and English
Repository Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Scope and Contents Note

Artificial collection contains various 19th cent. broadsides and political decrees from Guatemala, Mexico, Colombia, and a few from El Salvador. Original documents are accessible in the Benson Collection rare books and manuscripts reading room. Digital representations of some items are available through links to the University of Texas Digital Repository.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted.

Use Restrictions

Standard copyright restrictions apply.

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Index Terms

The Miscellaneous Broadsides collection is classified under the following Subject Headings in the University of Texas Libraries catalog:
Guatemala--Politics and government--1821-1945--Sources.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Cite as: Miscellaneous Broadsides Collection, Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, the University of Texas at Austin.

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Box and Folder Inventory

 

Guatemalan Broadsides Collections

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1 1 Charles Hirst Collection of Guatemalan Broadsides, 1855-1892
[6 items]
Acquired from Charles Hirst, Austin, TX, September 1988.
1. Matheu, Juan. "Contestación de la Cámara de Representatantes de la República de Guatemala...", 14 de Diciembre de 1855
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2. Echeverria. "Misterio de Gobernación", 30 de agosto de 1869
Offering amnesty to rebels in uprising led by Serapio Cruz.
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3. El Peregrino. "El Gobierno del jeneral Carrera", 187?
Published by El Crepúsculo.
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4. "Administración provisoria del C. Jeneral Miguel García Granados", 20 de julio de 1872
Published by El Crepúsculo.
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5. Barrundia. "Ministerio de Hacienda y Crédito Público", 21 de julio de 1879
Presidential order signed by Barrundia, calling for the government to issue 500,000 pesos in certificates.
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6. Barillas, Manuel L. "General de División del Ejército de la República, á los Guatemaltecos", 14 de marzo de 1892
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2 Guatemalan Broadsides, 1826-1883
[13 items]
Acquired from María Espinosa, Austin, TX, March 1988.
1. "Tabla que manifiesta los representantes que deben renovarse en la Asamblea del Estado...", 4 de septiembre de 1826
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2. "Convenio", 15 de mayo de 1849
Agreement between Mariano Paredes and General Agustín Guzmán, containing 12 articles on military/political jurisdiction.
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3. Matheu, Juan. "Contestación de la Asamblea al informe del Exmo.Sr. Presidente...", 26 de agosto de 1851
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4. "Acta de la Junta Gral. de Autoridades...en que se aclamó Presidente perpetuo de la República de Guatemala al Exmo.Sr. Capitán Gral. D. Rafael Carrera", 21 de octubre de 1854
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5. Cerna, Vicente. "El Presidente, a los habitantes de la República", 4 de febrero de 1867
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6. Cerna, Vicente. "Vicente Cerna, Mariscal de Campo, Presidente de la República de Guatemala, a sus conciudadanos", 24 de mayo de 1869
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7. Echeverria. "Ministerio de Gobernación", 30 de agosto de 1869
Extending terms of amnesty to rebels in the uprising led by Serapio Cruz.
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8. "El Malacate", 19 de septiembre de 1871
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9. "El Malacate", 30 de septiembre de 1871
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10. Salazar, José Antonio. "Contestación de la Asamblea Nacional Constituyente, al mensaje del Sr. Presidente", 28 de diciembre de 1872
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11. "Plan Político, rejenerador de la libertades y garantías de la República del Salvador", 10 de abril de 1876
Villa de Chalchuapa, El Salvador.
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12. Lima, Quirino. "Una cifra del pensamiento sobre la historia guatemalteca que cada día será más importante", 2 de noviembre de 1881
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13. Barrios, J. Rufino. "General de División y Presidente Constitucional de la República del Guatemala, a los guatemaltecos", 4 de agosto de 1883
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Impresos Guatemaltecos

Collection of Guatemalan imprints, government decrees and other documents. Perhaps acquired from Zietlin & Ver Brugge Booksellers[?]
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1 3 Impresos guatemaltecos, 1823
[38 items]
1. Velasco, José. "Instalación del primer congreso de Guatemala", 24 de junio de 1823
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2. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 1 de julio de 1823
Decree concerning the independence of the united provinces of Central America from Spain.
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3. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 2 de julio de 1823
Decree declaring Central America free from foreign power and establishing the Asamblea Nacional Constituyente.
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4. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 2 de julio de 1823
Decree concerning the process under which decrees will be published and circulated.
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5. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 8 de julio de 1823
Decree outlining the qualifications needed for a person to be named government officials.
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6. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 9 de julio de 1823
Decree naming Manuel José de Arce, Pedro Molina, and Juan Vicente Villacorta to executive roles.
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7. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 17 de julio de 1823
List of federal committees and the officials on those committees.
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8. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 18 de julio de 1823
Decree granting forgiveness to those who committed crimes prior to 24 June 1823.
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9. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 22 de julio de 1823
Decree recognizing Joaquin Vidaurre for his patriotism and service to the country.
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10. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 23 de julio de 1823
Decree abolishing the usage of titles such as "magestad" and "alteza" to refer to government officials.
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11. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 24 de julio de 1823
Decree establishing the process for becoming a certified doctor within the country.
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12. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 2 de agosto de 1823
Decree establishing the salary of executive officials as 3,000 pesos.
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13. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 4 de agosto de 1823
Decree modifying the country's official motto.
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14. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 5 de agosto de 1823
Decree concerning the presence of the army within the country.
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15. Laws and Decrees, 8 de agosto de 1823
Decree concerning citizens' right to assemble and the protection those assemblies will receive.
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16. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 11 de agosto de 1823
Decree concerning municipal elections.
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17. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 12 de agosto de 1823
Decree placing the salary of deputies at 1,200 pesos.
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18. Velasco, José. "Reglamento provisional de la fuerza cívica", 18 de agosto de 1823
Details the organization, obligations, and instruction of the civic force.
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19. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 18 de agosto de 1823
Decree concerning relations between the government and minors.
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20. Barrundia, Juan. Laws and Decrees, 21 de agosto de 1823
Decree concerning the outfits of magistrates and doormen.
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21. Ibarra, M. Julian. Laws and Decrees, 21 de agosto de 1823
Decree concerning the official seal and flag of the United Provinces of Central America.
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22. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 22 de agosto de 1823
Decree recognizing the service of the towns of Metapam and Aguachapam.
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23. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 26 de agosto de 1823
Decree calling for the celebration of 15 September 1821, when the country declared its independence from Spain.
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24. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 5 de septiembre de 1823
Decree concerning the number of official holidays.
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25. Ibarra, M. Julian. Laws and Decrees, 30 de septiembre de 1823
Decree concerning the poor quality of roads with the country.
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26. Ibarra, M. Julian. Laws and Decrees, 30 de septiembre y 7 de octubre de 1823
Decree warning of anarchist activities within the country.
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27. Ibarra, M. Julian. Laws and Decrees, 1 de octubre de 1823
Decree calling for the ratification of the country's declaration of independence by Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica.
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28. Ibarra, M. Julian. Laws and Decrees, 4 de octubre de 1823
Decree naming the successors of executive officials.
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29. Ibarra, M. Julian. Laws and Decrees, 6 de octubre de 1823
Decree naming Juan Vicente Villacorta as José Francisco Barrundia's successor.
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30. Ibarra, M. Julian. Laws and Decrees, 7 de octubre de 1823
Reissue of document 29.
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31. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 18 de octubre de 1823
Decree concerning university entrance exams.
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32. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 4 de noviembre de 1823
Decree declaring that the wearing of insignias issued during "tiempo de los gobiernos opresores" is incompatible with the virtues of liberty and independence.
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33. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 10 de noviembre de 1823
Decree concerning trade and industry.
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34. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 14 de noviembre de 1823
Decree clarifying the law of 21 August 1823.
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35. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 19 de noviembre de 1823
Decree concerning tribunals and prisons.
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36. Beteta, Francisco M. Laws and Decrees, 5 y 17 de diciembre de 1823, 9 de julio de 1824, y 20 de diciembre de 1824
Decree denouncing the difference in pay based on race established by Spanish laws.
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37. Gazeta Federal. Laws and Decrees, 3 de diciembre de 1830
Decree concerning the responsibilities of government officials.
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38. "Caritativa advertencia", 1823
Poem.
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4 Impresos guatemaltecos, 1824
[28 items]
1. Velasco, José. Laws and Decrees, 1 de diciembre de 1823 y 12 de enero de 1824
Decree concerning the country's assets.
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2. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 13 de enero de 1824
Decree concerning public education.
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3. Beteta, Francisco M. Laws and Decrees, 28 de enero de 1824, 29 de junio de 1824, y 6 de diciembre de 1824
Decree authorizing the government to perform various tasks relating to companies in other countries.
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4. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 31 de enero de 1824
Decree concerning civil employees, their qualifications, and their benefits.
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5. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 27 de marzo de 1824
Decree concerning trade between ports within the country and with ports outside of the country.
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6. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 17 y 19 de abril de 1824
Decree abolishing slavery within the country.
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7. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 23 de abril de 1824
Decree concerning the requirements for citizenship.
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8. "Tabla a que deben arreglarse los partidos de la Provincia de Guatemala para la elección de diputados a su legislatura", 5 de mayo de 1824
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9. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 5 de mayo de 1824
Decree establishing congresses in Guatemala, San Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica.
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10. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 25 de mayo de 1824
Decree concerning Article 2 of the decree of 23 April 1824.
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11. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 28 de mayo de 1824
Decree establishing 24 June (the date of the country's independence) as a national holiday.
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12. Beteta, Francisco M. Laws and Decrees, 23 de junio de 1824
Decree concerning maritime customs.
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13. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 16 de septiembre de 1824
Decree concerning the government of the State of Guatemala.
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14. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 16 y 17 de septiembre de 1824
Decrees concerning the powers of the Guatemalan congress and naming Alexandro Diaz Cabeza de Vaca to executive powers.
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15. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 20 y 24 de septiembre de 1824
Decrees concerning the powers of the President and the organization of the congress.
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16. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 25 y 30 de septiembre de 1824
Decrees concerning the salaries of governmental employees and term durations of the President and Vice President.
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17. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 30 de septiembre y 2 octubre de 1824
Decree naming the members of the Guatemalan congress.
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18. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 8 de octubre de 1824
Decree clarifying the decree of 18 August 1823.
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19. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 16 de octubre de 1824
Decree naming Alexandro Diaz Cabeza de Vaca as President and José Francisco Córdova as Vice President, and José Antonio Alcayaga and José Francisco Barrundia as senators.
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20. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 21 y 27 de octubre de 1824
Decree establishing the election and responsibilities of the President.
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21. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 28 de octubre de 1824
Decree concerning the need for a national language.
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22. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 11 de noviembre de 1824
Decree concerning territory and towns in Guatemala, as well as the economic junta.
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23. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 12 de noviembre de 1824
Decree establishing a Supreme Court.
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24. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 19 y 20 de noviembre de 1824
Decree establishing a treasury.
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25. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 20 de noviembre de 1824
Decree concerning the distribution of the government across municipalities.
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26. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 20 de noviembre de 1824
Decree establishing a commission composed of 8 deputies.
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27. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 7 y 15 de diciembre de 1824
Decrees abolishing the decree of 4 June 1824 and concerning revenue from meat and liquor.
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28. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 31 de diciembre de 1824
Decree concerning the first meeting of the national assembly and the state's expression of gratitude.
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5 Impresos guatemaltecos, 1825
[65 items]
1. de Sosa, Juan Francisco and Marcial Zebadua. Laws and Decrees, 20 de enero y 16 de diciembre de 1825
Decrees concerning official communications and the naming of scribes. 2 copies of the second decree.
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2. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 20 de enero de 1825
Decree concerning Guatemala's coat of arms.
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3. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 21 de enero de 1825
Decree concerning the administration and preparation of funds.
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4. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 22 de enero de 1825
Decree concerning the need for peace and prosperity in Guatemala.
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5. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 24 de marzo y 25 de julio de 1825
Decrees stating that the government needs to limit itself in exercising its rights and naming José Manuel de la Cerda to the Supreme Court.
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6. "Sesión pública ordinaria del jueves 21 de abril de 1825", 20 y 21 de abril de 1825
The 23 April 1825 session of the Republic's congress.
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7. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 13 de mayo de 1825
Decree concerning the celebration of civic and religious holidays.
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8. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 16 de junio y 1 de agosto de 1825
Decrees approving the construction of a canal across Nicaragua.
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9. de Arzu, Manuel. "Reglamento para el establecimiento y regimen del colegio militar", 17 de junio de 1825
Decree establishing a military academy.
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10. Beteta, Francisco M. Laws and Decrees, 27 de junio de 1825
Decree permitting a foreign mining company to operate in the Republic.
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11. Beteta, Francisco M. Laws and Decrees, 8 de julio de 1825
Decree concerning trade between different provinces.
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12. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 16 de agosto y 25 de diciembre de 1825
Decree concerning the treatment of foreigners.
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13. de Arzu, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 23 de agosto de 1825
Decree concerning the naming of citizens to positions of service.
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14. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 23 de agosto y 19 de octubre de 1825
Decree from the assembly of El Salvador authorizing the government to proceed in opposition to persons who work against the nation's adopted system, and a decree concerning deputies' treatment of criminals.
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15. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 31 de agosto de 1825
Decrees concerning political parties and what should be done when the President dies or cannot perform the tasks assigned to him.
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16. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 31 de agosto de 1825
Decree omitting Article 211 of the Republic's constitution.
17. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 1 de septiembre de 1825
Decree concerning Articles 204, 206, and 210 of the Constitution.
18. Beteta, Francisco M. Laws and Decrees, 26 de septiembre de 1825
Decree repealing the decree of 29 January 1824.
19. Beteta, Francisco M. Laws and Decrees, 27 de septiembre de 1825
Decree concerning tobacco trade and assets.
20. Laws and Decrees, 4 de octubre de 1825
Handwritten.
21. Beteta, Francisco M. Laws and Decrees, 7 de octubre de 1825
Decree organizing the administrative system of the hacienda general.
22. de Arzu, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 21 de octubre y 2 de diciembre de 1825
Decree concerning military officers and vacancies of those positions.
23. "Dictamen que la comisión de crédito público dio al Congreso con fecha 11 del que rige en el expediente relativo a los prestamos extranjeros de los Estados de Honduras y [Costa Rica]", 11 de noviembre de 1825
24. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 28 de noviembre de 1825
Decree concerning religious and civic ceremonies.
25. de Arzu, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 6 de diciembre de 1825
Decree concerning Articles 116 and 117 of the Constitution.
26. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 9 y 17 de diciembre de 1825
Decrees concerning the naturalization of Spaniard Don Luiz Basagoytia and disputes.
27. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 10 de diciembre de 1825
Decree concerning the organization of the Senate of the Republic of Central America.
28. Beteta, Francisco M. Laws and Decrees, 16 de diciembre de 1825
Decree concerning the presence of foreign companies in the Republic.
29. Beteta, Francisco M. Laws and Decrees, 6 y 10 de febrero y 13 de julio de 1824
Decree concerning the Puerto de Ystapa.
30. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 20 de enero de 1825
Decree stating when states can begin to participate in the national assembly. 2 copies.
31. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 20 de enero de 1825
Decree concerning Guatemala's coat of arms and that of various branches of the government.
32. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 19 y 20 de enero de 1825
Decrees calling for a single national language, concerning agriculture, and the constitution of the Republic of Central America.
33. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 20 y 21 de enero de 1825
Decrees concerning the security of citizens and establishing a school of chemistry at the Universidad de S. Carlos de Guatemala.
34. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 27 de enero de 1825
Decree stating that is the duty of political officers to prevent the perpretation of acts that derail order.
35. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 2 de febrero de 1825
Decree establishing a tobacco factory in Guatemala.
36. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 3 de febrero de 1825
Decree concerning graduation requirements for students of theology.
37. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 17 de febrero de 1825
Decree concerning the requirements for becoming a doctor.
38. Diaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alexandro. Laws and Decrees, 8 de abril de 1825
Decrees naming the members of Guatemala's board of representatives and Supreme Court.
39. de Talavera, Miguel Ignacio. Laws and Decrees, 26 de abril de 1825
Decree naming Valerio Coronado and Domingo Aríza y Labairu to the board of representatives.
40. de Talavera, Miguel Ignacio. Laws and Decrees, 27 de abril de 1825
Decree describing the organization and responsibilites of the board of representatives.
41. de Talavera, Miguel Ignacio. Laws and Decrees, 28 de abril de 1825
Decree mandating that the Secretary of the Executive Power of the State be a citizen of the Republic of Central America.
42. de Talavera, Miguel Ignacio. Laws and Decrees, 6 de mayo de 1825
Decree concerning tariffs.
43. de Talavera, Miguel Ignacio. Laws and Decrees, 27 de mayo de 1825
Decree concerning the formula used for publishing laws and decrees.
44. de Talavera, Miguel Ignacio. Laws and Decrees, 10 de junio de 1825
Decree describing the organization and responsibilities of Guatemala's Supreme Court.
45. de Talavera, Miguel Ignacio. Laws and Decrees, 14 de junio de 1825
Decrees concerning sales in shops and their negative effect on the agriculture industry.
46. de Talavera, Miguel Ignacio. Laws and Decrees, 22 de junio de 1825
Decree moving the capital to Nueva Guatemala.
47. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 30 de junio de 1825
Decree stating that writings are not subject to censorship by the government.
48. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 3 de agosto de 1825
Decree detailing the President's responsibilities with regards to proposed laws and resolutions.
49. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 3 de agosto de 1825
Decrees naming Anselmo José Quiros, Marcelo Molina, and José Orantes to the Supreme Court of Guatemala and 5 citizens to the tribunal.
50. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 13 de agosto de 1825
Decree concerning causes that are in opposition to civil employees.
51. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 9 de septiembre de 1825
Decree concerning the number of magistrates.
52. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 10 de septiembre de 1825
Decree concerning national celebrations.
53. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 8 de octubre de 1825
Decree concerning the circulation of the Constitution of Guatemala.
54. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 12 de octubre de 1825
Decree dividing Guatemala into seven different departments.
55. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 25 de octubre de 1825
Decree concerning the first meeting of Guatemala's state assembly.
56. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 25 de octubre de 1825
Decree concerning the meetings of departmental juntas and the state legislature of Guatemala.
57. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 29 de octubre de 1825
Decree giving Quetzaltenango the title of "city" and various other villages the title of "town".
58. Beteta, Francisco M. Laws and Decrees, 29 de octubre de 1825
Decree concerning voluntary conscription.
59. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 9 de noviembre de 1825
Decree abolishing the special tax on indigenous peoples and concerning the salaries of magistrates and civil employees.
60. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 9 de noviembre de 1825
Decree concerning the heads of departments, districts, and municipalities in Guatemala.
61. Rivera, Felix Maria and Mariano de Altube. Laws and Decrees, 10 de noviembre de 1825
Decree concerning citizens' incomes.
62. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 10 de noviembre de 1825
Decree concerning elections and juntas.
63. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 11 de noviembre de 1825
Decree concerning laws, decrees, and orders made by the legislature.
64. Barberena, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 12 de noviembre de 1825
Decree announcing the end of the session of the Guatemalan assembly.
65. "El Gefe del Estado de Guatemala a sus habitantes", 31 de diciembre de 1825
6 Impresos de Guatemala, 1826
[20 items]
Note: documents 19 and 20 issued in San Salvador.
1. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 1 de marzo de 1826
Decree installing newly elected representatives.
2. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 21 de marzo de 1826
Decree concerning haciendas and crimes.
3. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 29 de marzo de 1826
Decree concerning official communications. 2 copies.
4. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 21 de enero de 1825
Decree concerning the naming of scribes.
5. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 11 de abril y 15 de junio de 1826
Decree concerning diplomatic relations between the Republic of Central America and other nations.
6. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. "Convención de Unión, Liga y Confederación Perpetua entre la República Federal de Centro-América y la República de Colombia", 19 de junio de 1826
7. Beteta, Francisco M. and Sosa. Laws and Decrees, 30 de junio de 1826
Decrees concerning the borders of Guatemala and the organization of the Republic of Central America's Supreme Court.
8. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 31 de marzo y 21 de julio de 1826
Decree concerning primary, district, and departmental juntas. 2 copies.
9. "Manifiesto de los patriotas de Guatemala a sus compatriotas los Centro-américanos", 7 de septiembre de 1826
10. Beteta, Francisco M. "Primera esposición de los documentos y motivos para el decreto de arresto del Gefe del Estado de Guatemala...", 7 de septiembre de 1826
11. Beteta, Francisco M. Laws and Decrees, 10 de octubre de 1826
Decree concerning oppositions and conspiracies throughout the Republic of Central America.
12. Laws and Decrees, 13 de octubre de 1826
Decree concerning the public order.
13. Beteta, Francisco M. Laws and Decrees, 23 de octubre de 1826
Decree concerning conspiracies against the national government within the legislative and executive bodies of Guatemala.
14. de Arzu, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 24 de octubre de 1826
Decree concerning conspiracies in Quetzaltenango.
15. Marticorena. Laws and Decrees, 30 de octubre de 1826
Decree concerning the Republic of Central America's relations with Spain.
16. Beteta, Francisco M. Laws and Decrees, 31 de octubre de 1826
Decree concerning the organization of the state of Guatemala and conspiracies in the state.
17. Beteta, Francisco M. Laws and Decrees, 3 de noviembre de 1826
Decree concerning elections in El Salvador, Honduras, and Costa Rica.
18. de Arzu, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 4 de noviembre de 1826
Decree concerning military positions.
19. Marticorena. "Cuidadano Gefe político e Intendente de San Vicente", 18 de diciembre de 1826
20. Marticorena. Laws and Decrees, 30 de diciembre de 1826
Decree concerning relations between El Salvador and Honduras.
7 Impresos guatemaltecos, 1827
[9 items]
Note: document 1 issued in San Salvador.
1. Marticorena. "Cuidadano Ministro General del Gobierno del Estado", 16 de enero de 1827
2. Castillo, Mariano. Laws and Decrees, 5 de marzo de 1827
Decree recognizing authorities and civil employees.
3. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 16 de marzo de 1827
Decree concerning relations between the states of the Republic of Central America.
4. Prado, Agustin. Laws and Decrees, 19 de marzo de 1827
Decree concerning the rights granted to the executive branch.
5. de Arzu, Manuel. "Parte", 23 de marzo de 1827
6. Prado, Agustin. Laws and Decrees, 28 de marzo de 1827
Decree concerning the military board.
7. Prado, Agustin. Laws and Decrees, 28 de marzo de 1827
Decree concerning individuals classified as enemies of the state of Guatemala.
8. Prado, Agustin. Laws and Decrees, 25 de abril de 1827
Decree concerning the authority and rights of the President of Guatemala.
9. Montufar, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 12 de octubre de 1827
Decree concerning the authority of the President of Guatemala.
8 Impresos guatemaltecos, 1828
[7 items]
1. Gomez de Argüello, Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 7 de julio de 1828
Decree concerning trade with Spain.
2. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 7 de julio de 1828
Decree banning Spaniards from entering the Republic of Central America.
3. de Sosa, Juan Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 7 de septiembre de 1828
Decree concerning the end dates of terms of various government officials.
4. de Irisarri, Antonio José. Laws and Decrees, 21 de octubre de 1828
Decree concerning public businesses.
5. de Cordova, José Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 21 de octubre de 1828
Decree concerning upcoming elections.
6. de Irisarri, Antonio José. Laws and Decrees, 26 de octubre de 1828
Decree concerning arms possession in the war against conspirators.
7. de Irisarri, Antonio José. Laws and Decrees, 30 de octubre de 1828
Decree concerning conscription into a section of the army and naming José Maria Beltranena as commander of that section.
9 Impresos guatemaltecos, 1829
[8 items]
1. Ocaño, Pablo. "A los Pueblos del Estado de Guatemala", 1829
2. Galvez, Mariano. Laws and Decrees, 13 de junio de 1829
Decree that exiles can return.
3. Espinosa, Simon T. Laws and Decrees, 1 de julio de 1829
Decree that Barrundia is to hold executive powers in the Republic of Guatemala.
4. Molina, Pedro. Laws and Decrees, 22 de agosto de 1829
Decree concerning the election and number of deputies in each state of the Republic of Central America.
5. Mayorga. Laws and Decrees, 2 de septiembre de 1829
Decree concerning courts and tribunals.
6. Ibarra, M. Julian. Laws and Decrees, 7 de septiembre de 1829
Decree concerning the security and well-being of the Republic of Central America during the civil war.
7. Ibarra, M. Julian. Laws and Decrees, 7 de octubre de 1829
Decree concerning the naming of an individual as President of the Senate.
8. Ibarra, M. Julian. Laws and Decrees, 7 de octubre de 1829
Decree closing the session of the Republic of Central America's congress.
10 Impresos guatemaltecos, 1830
[9 items]
1. "Lista", 1830
2. Barrundia, José Francisco. "Mensaje presentado al Congreso federal al abrir las sesiones ordinarias", 12 de abril de 1830
3. Ibarra, M. Julian and Pedro José Valenzuela. Laws and Decrees, 7 de agosto de 1830
Decrees concerning conspirators and passports. 2 copies of the second decree.
4. "Felicitación al Estado de Guatemala", 13 de agosto de 1830
5. Espinosa, Simon T. "Manifiesto de la Corte Superior de Justicia sobre las incidencias ocurridas entre ella y la Asamblea Lejislativa", 4 de octubre de 1830
6. "Conversación que pasó entre dos estudiantes el día de San Lucas en la noche con motivo de haber ido a celebrar el fin de sus vacaciones a la fonda de los franceses", 7 de noviembre de 1830
7. "Los héroes de Centro-América", 1830
8. Valenzuela, Pedro José. Laws and Decrees, 14 de diciembre de 1830
Decree concerning Spaniards in the Republic of Central America.
9. Cañas, Rodriguez, and Alvares. "Indice de lo que contiene éste cuaderno", 23 de diciembre de 1830
Includes a decree by M. Julian Ibarra concerning trade and businesses.
11 Impresos guatemaltecos, 1831
[13 items]
1. Morazan, Francisco. "Mensaje presentado al Congreso federal al abrir las sesiones ordinarias", 12 de marzo de 1831
2. Molina, Pedro. "Al público", 16 de julio de 1831
3. Salazar, Carlos. Laws and Decrees, 26 de julio de 1831
Decree concerning Article 103 of the federal constitution.
4. Valenzuela, Pedro José. Laws and Decrees, 11 de agosto de 1831
Decree establishing a port of registry.
5. Marure, Alejandro. "A los libelistas de Centro-América", 18 de agosto de 1831
6. "Diálogo entre el nuevo escritor y Fabio amigo suyo", 1 de septiembre de 1831
Signed by "El Quebranta-hueso".
7. Galvez, Mariano. "Avisos", 2 de septiembre de 1831
8. Castillo, José. Letter, 7 de octubre de 1831
Letter from José Castillo to Ramon Vega.
9. Molina, Pedro. Laws and Decrees, 15 de noviembre de 1831
Decree stating the federal government's rights with regards to its actions towards citizens.
10. Molina, Pedro. Laws and Decrees, 12 de diciembre de 1831
Decree concerning the federal government's rights during wartime. 2 copies.
11. Molina, Pedro. Laws and Decrees, 20 de diciembre de 1831
Decree announcing that the capital of the Republic of Central America will be moved to San Salvador.
12. "...de San Salvador contraria en sus medios y en su objeto à las de la Asamblea nacional que quiso colonizar el país y enriquecerlo...", 1831
Signed by "Un Salvadoreño".
13. "Apesar de haber suspendido esta sus funciones...", 1831
12 Impresos guatemaltecos, 1832
[26 items]
Note: document 2 issued in San Salvador.
1. Salguero, Juaquin. Laws and Decrees, 5 de enero de 1832
Decree announcing the new session of Congress.
2. Reyes, Isidro. Laws and Decrees, 9 de enero de 1832
Decree concerning authorities, corporations, and individuals during wartime.
3. Molina, Pedro. Laws and Decrees, 25 de enero de 1832
Decree announcing the President and Vice President's positions during wartime.
4. Molina, Pedro. Laws and Decrees, 18 de febrero de 1832
Decree concerning the El Salvador state government's violation of the federal constitution.
5. Valenzuela, Pedro José. Laws and Decrees, 20 de febrero de 1832
Decree concerning the port of Iztapam.
6. Valenzuela, Pedro José. Laws and Decrees, 24 de febrero de 1832
Decree authorizing the executive to print 200,000 pesos to pay for customs.
7. Larrave, Nicolas. "Al público", 11 de febrero de 1832
8. Valenzuela, Pedro José. Laws and Decrees, 20 de febrero de 1832
Decree concerning pirates at the ports of Omoa and Truxillo.
9. Molina, Pedro. Laws and Decrees, 24 de febrero de 1832
Decree opening a tribunal for security issues. 2 copies.
10. Alvuréz, Francisco. "Noticia Oficial", 1 de marzo de 1832
Notice detailing the state of the enemy.
11. Vasconcelos, Simon and Mariano Galvez. "Manifiesto que da el Gefe de Guatemala sobre los acuerdos de la Asamblea y del gobierno relativos a negociar la paz con los funcionarios del Estado del Salvador", 10 de marzo de 1832
12. Prado, Mariano. "Centro-américanos", 2 de abril de 1832
Letter to Central American villages.
13. Molina, Pedro. "Defensa personal", 10 de mayo de 1832
14. Acuña, Manuel José. "Municipalidad de esta corte", 13 de junio de 1832
15. Franco, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 13 de junio de 1832
Decree repealing that of 20 February 1832.
16. Yrungaray, Manuel. Laws and Decrees, 2 de julio de 1832
Decree concerning fruit from the border with Chiapas.
17. Azmitia, F. Antonio. Laws and Decrees, 24 de septiembre de 1832
Decree closing the session of the federal congress.
18. Azmitia, F. Antonio. Laws and Decrees, 6 de octubre de 1832
Decree naming individuals chosen serve in the federal congress.
19. Azmitia, F. Antonio. Laws and Decrees, 17 de octubre de 1832
Lists negotiations made by the Senate for the session of Congress that met 16 October 1832.
20. Azmitia, F. Antonio. Laws and Decrees, 18 de octubre de 1832
Decree announcing a new session of the federal congress.
21. Azmitia, F. Antonio. Laws and Decrees, 23 de octubre de 1832
Decree concerning the renewal of the Supreme Court.
22. Azmitia, F. Antonio. Laws and Decrees, 23 de octubre de 1832
Decree naming José Sacasa and Salvador Moreno to the Supreme Court.
23. Azmitia, F. Antonio. Laws and Decrees, 31 de octubre de 1832
Decree naming José Barrundia Vice President of the Republic of Central America.
24. Marure, Alejandro. "A mis comitentes", 2 de noviembre de 1832
Proposition presented during the session of Guatemala's state assembly.
25. Menendez, Isidro. Laws and Decrees, 12 de diciembre de 1832
Decree announcement the movement of the capital, archives, and weaponry to San Salvador.
26. Albaro, José M., et. al. "Señores edictores de la estafeta", 1832
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[8 items]
Note: document 2 issued in Honduras. Document 4 issued in San Salvador.
1. "Papeles públicos de Guatemala", 10 de abril de 1833
2. Tomé, Silvestre and Justo José Herrera. "Los Agentes mediadores del Gobierno Supremo de Honduras al pueblo de San Miguel", 14 de marzo de 1833
3. Ariza, V. Laws and Decrees, 10 de abril de 1833
Decree concerning religious freedom and religion in politics. 3 copies.
4. Cisneros, José Maria. Laws and Decrees, 18 de abril de 1833
Decree announcing an assembly meeting in Metapam, El Salvador.
5. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 12 de julio de 1833
Decree concerning the election of the President and Vice President of the Republic. 2 copies.
6. Zebadua, Marcial. Laws and Decrees, 14 de octubre de 1833
Decree announcing that the next session of the federal congress will be held in Sonsonate, El Salvador.
7. Salazar, Carlos, et. al. "Conducta del Senado en la gran cuestión sobre reformas constitucionales", 22 de febrero de 1833
8. Valenzuela, Francisco X., et. al. "Fundamentos de la proposición de reforma y dictamen de la comisión", 5 de enero de 1833
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2 1 Impresos guatemaltecos, 1837
[61 items]
Note: documents 42 and 44 issued in Nicaragua. Document 54 issued in San Salvador.
1. Vigil, Diego. "Exposición del Gefe Supremo del Estado del Salvador cuidadano Diego Vigil", 2 de febrero de 1837
2. "Pueblo de Guatemala", 1837
Signed by "Los Patriotas".
3. Salazar, Carlos and Mariano Galvez. "Boletin de noticias de la cólera morbo", 12 de mayo de 1837
4. Larreynaga, C. Miguel. "Discurso que en el aniversario de la instalación de la Academia de Ciencias", 1837
5. Galvez, Mariano and José Francisco Barrundia. Letters, 16 de junio de 1837
6. Galvez, Mariano. Letters, 3 de julio de 1837
Letter from Galvez to José Francisco Barrundia.
7. Mariano, José and Joaquin Gonzalez. Obituary, 15 de julio de 1837
Announcement of the death of Maria Manuela Gomez.
8. Saenz, Felipe, et. al. "Los cursantes de Aritmética que subscribimos...", 23 de julio de 1837
9. "Pensamientos de un Católico Centro-americano", 7 de agosto de 1837
Signed by "Un Católico".
10. Blanco, José Julian, et. al. "A los pueblos nuestros comitentes", 25 de agosto de 1837
11. Galvez, Mariano. "Al vecindario de la capital", 29 de agosto de 1837
2 copies
12. Córdova, Ignacio and E. Mariscal. "Al Comandante General de la Primera División", 29 de agosto de 1837
2 copies
13. "Al público", 30 de agosto de 1837
Signed by "Uno de tantos".
14. de Aycinena, Francisco. "Al público", 10 de septiembre de 1837
15. "Diálogo entre dos Artesanos, uno de la Antigua, y otro de la Hermita...", 13 de septiembre de 1837
Signed by "Un curioso que los estubo escuchando".
16. Martinez, Bernardo, et. al. "A los venerables parrocos, clero, y fieles de esta Santa Iglesia Metropolitana", 23 de septiembre de 1837
17. Villa-Señor, Vicente, et. al. "Reclamación", 26 de septiembre de 1837
18. "Indicación sobre elecciones", 5 de octubre de 1837
Signed by "Un Guatemalteco". 2 copies.
19. "San José", 1837
List of voters in the canton of San José.
20. "Sebastian Aceña ha visto su nombre impreso en cabeza de una lista de personas...", 20 de octubre de 1837
List of elected candidates in the canton of San José.
21. Gonzalez, Juan, et. al. "Profesión de fé política", 23 de octubre de 1837
2 copies
22. "Al pueblo", 25 de octubre de 1837
Signed by "Un Artesano". 2 copies.
23. "Los gefes, oficiales y tropa del primero batallon moviliario a sus conciudadanos", 26 de octubre de 1837
Signed by "El Grito Marcial".
24. "A los militares de la capital", 26 de octubre de 1837
Signed by "El Grito Marcial". 2 copies.
25. de Aycinena, Francisco. "Al público", 10 de septiembre de 1837
26. Guzman, Simon, et. al. "El cuadro veterano del segundo Batallon Moviliario, a sus compañeros de armas y conciudadanos", 26 de octubre de 1837
2 copies
27. "Profesión de fé sin máscara", 1837
Signed by "Las Víctimas".
28. de la Cerda, C. "Al Pueblo", 20 de octubre de 1837
29. Molina, Pedro, et. al. "Representación, dirijida al Supremo Gobierno por [144] ciudadanos sobre el cumplimiento del artículo 232 del Código Penal", 24 de octubre de 1837
30. "Indicación patriotica", 27 de octubre de 1837
Signed by "Monitor".
31. "Al Señor José Francisco Barrundia", 1837
Signed by "Los patriotas del Pueblo". 2 copies.
32. "Pronunciación cívica", 1837
Signed by "Los cívicos guatemaltecos".
33. "Conciudadanos", 1837
Signed by "Un Artezano".
34. Abarca, Manuel, et al. "Al público", 28 de octubre de 1837
35. Carrascosa, Manuel. "Al público", 28 de octubre de 1837
2 copies
36. "Guatemaltecos", 28 de octubre de 1837
Signed by "Verdaderos Patriotas". 2 copies.
37. "Triunfo del Partido Popular en Guatemala", 1837
Signed by "El Clarin de la igualdad".
38. "Proclamación patriotica", 1837
39. Mejia, Buenaventura. "Al público", 4 de noviembre de 1837
40. "Venerable cabildo de esta Santa Iglesia Metropolitana", 25 de noviembre de 1837
Signed by "Los Subscriptos en la Prensa".
41. Salazar, Carlos. "A los habitantes del distrito de Mita", diciembre de 1837
42. Laws and Decrees, 2 de diciembre de 1837
Decree clarifying Article 167 of the Constitution of Nicaragua.
43. "Al público", 3 de diciembre de 1837
Signed by "Los Patriotas Salvadoreños".
44. Buitrago, Pablo. Laws and Decrees, 6 de diciembre de 1837
Decree calling for the revision of Nicaragua's state constitution.
45. Belches, Rafael. "Hoy á los ocho de la mañana recibí parte en Mataquescuintla...", 8 de diciembre de 1837
46. Córdova, Ignacio. "Mientras los males públicos no se presentaban tan notorios como son hoy...", 9 de diciembre de 1837
47. Galvez, Mariano. "El Gefe del Estado a los habitantes del mismo", 12 de diciembre de 1837
48. Carrascosa, Manuel. "C. Comandante de Armas del Departamento de Sacatepequez", 13 de diciembre de 1837
49. Garcia, E. "En la Antigua Guatemala a 13 de diciembre de 1837", 13 de diciembre de 1837
50. de Vidaurre, F. "Habitantes de la capital", 14 de diciembre de 1837
Names de Vidaurre Governor of the capital of Guatemala.
51. Zebadua, Marcial. "El Ministro de la Guerra a los Militares del Estado", 15 de diciembre de 1837
52. Zebadua, Marcial and Francisco de Aycinena. "Manifestación de los Secretarios del Gefe del Estado", 15 de diciembre de 1837
53. Zebadua, Marcial and Francisco de Aycinena. "Los Secretarios del Gefe del Estado a los habitantes del campo", 16 de diciembre de 1837
54. Vigil, Diego. "El Gefe del Estado a los Salvadoreños", 24 de diciembre de 1837
55. Morazan, Francisco. "El Presidente de la República a los habitantes de los distritoes de Escuintla, Mita y Chiquimula", 26 de diciembre de 1837
56. Prem, Juan. "El General de la Primera División a los Guatemaltecos", 28 de diciembre de 1837
57. Basilio Porras, J. "Necrolojia", 1837
58. Córdova, Francisco. Wedding Announcement, 1837
Announcement of the wedding of Jesus Córdova and Francisco Arrazola.
59. "Zumba", 1837
60. Angulo, Nicolas. "Post scriptum", 1837
61. "Triste acontecimiento en el Valle de las Vacas", 1837
2 Impresos gualtematecos, 1838
[47 items]
1. Córdova, Ignacio. Laws and Decrees, 15 de enero de 1838
Decree announcing a raid of rebel forces.
2. Córdova, Ignacio. "Al público", 26 de enero de 1838
3. Córdova, Ignacio. "Al público", 4 de febrero de 1838
4. Carrascosa, Manuel. "Al C. Secretario general del Supremo Gobierno del Estado", 12 de febrero de 1838
5. Guzman, Agustin. "Manifiesto que dirije a los pueblos, el Jeneral C. Agustin Guzman, como comandante que era de la cuarta división del Estado de Guatemala", 16 de febrero de 1838
2 copies
6. Carrascosa, Manuel. "Manuel Carrascosa, Comandante Jeneral de la División de Sacatepequez, a sus Jefes, Oficiales, y Soldados", 17 de febrero de 1838
7. Molina, Marcelo, et. al. "Al Ciudadano Secretario del Despacho General del Supremo Gobierno del Estado de Guatemala", 28 de febrero de 1838
Includes addendums by Secretary Manuel José Fuentes (1 March 1838) and Fernando Jimenes (17 February 1838).
8. Molina, Marcelo. "Conciudadanos", 18 de febrero de 1838
9. Pavón, Manuel F. y Manuel Beteta. "Al que leyere", 21 de febrero de 1838
10. Gorriz, F. F. "Sobre el parte", 22 de febrero de 1838
11. Carballo, José Antonio. "Aviso a mis conciudadanos", 25 de febrero de 1838
12. del Refugio, Maria. "V. J. M. J. y F. m. F.", 27 de febrero de 1838
13. "Los sonámbulos", 27 de febrero de 1838
Signed by "El Observador".
14. Carrascosa, Manuel and Carlos Salazar. Laws and Decrees, 28 de febrero de 1838
Decree concerning divisions of the armed forces.
15. Escobar, et. al. Laws and Decrees, 5 de marzo 1838
Decree concerning marriages and divorce.
16. Arrivillaga. "Al público", 3 de marzo de 1838
17. Molina, M., et. al. "Congreso nacional", 5 de marzo de 1838
Declares Los Altos a state separate from Guatemala.
18. Vidaurre, José Mariano. "Al que leyere", 6 de marzo de 1838
19. Carrascosa, Manuel. "Sobre un folleto del S. J. J.", 10 de marzo de 1838
20. Valenzuela, Pedro José. "El Vice Gefe del Estado de Guatemala a todos los CC. y habitantes de él", 10 de marzo de 1838
2 copies
21. Jimenes, Fernando. "C. Gefe Político de este departmento", 11 de marzo de 1838
22. "En varios números del periodico intitulado semi-diario de los libres...", 20 de de marzo de 1838
Signed by "Los Quezaltecos".
23. "A los centro-américanos", 25 de marzo de 1838
Signed by "Los Independientes".
24. Barreda, Eufracio, et. al. "Supremo Gobierno del Estado", 26 de marzo de 1838
List of requests from Antigua Guatemala. 2 copies
25. Prem, Juan. "Al público", 26 de marzo de 1838
2 copies
26. Valenzuela, Pedro José. "Mas para lograrlo mejor, para asegurar tan digna y honrosa victoria...", 1 de abril de 1838
27. Padilla and Quiñones. "Al que leyere", 28 de marzo de 1838
28. Abarca, M. "C. R.", 28 de marzo de 1838
Essay concerning the Livingston codes.
29. Morazan, Francisco. Laws and Decrees, 5 de abril de 1838
Decree concerning traitors and prizes for those who fought in the civil war.
30. Saget, I. Laws and Decrees, 6 de abril de 1838
Decree concerning the effect of the civil war on Mataquescuintla.
31. Quiñonez, J. Matias, et. al. "Protesta hecha a la Asamblea Lejislativa, por los Diputados que subscriben", 19 de abril de 1838
32. Morazan, Francisco. "Conciudadanos", 24 de abril de 1838
33. Prem, Juan. "Vindicación del que subscribe", 1 de mayo de 1838
34. Larrave, J. Antonio, et. al. "Exposición que le fue presentada al General Presidente por la Municipalidad de esta capital", 19 de mayo de 1838
35. Laguardia, M. "Esposición de la Municipalidad de la Antigua", 26 de mayo de 1838
36. Sandoval, José Maria. "Con fecha 8 del corriente me dice el Señor Coronel de Ejercito Comandante de la primera Sección de operaciones lo que a la letra es como sigue", 9 de junio de 1838
37. Valenzuela, Pedro José. "El Vice-Jefe a los Pueblos del Estado", 13 de junio de 1838
38. Porras, J. B. "Contestación a la carta dirigida al que subscribe en nombre de los vicentinos mis antiguos amigos", 26 de junio de 1838
39. Morazan, Francisco. "El Presidente de la República, Jeneral en Jefe, a los soldados del ejército", 28 de junio de 1838
40. Valenzuela, Francisco X. "Al público", 14 de julio de 1838
41. Laws and Decrees, 25 de julio de 1838
Decree allowing exiles to return.
42. "Receta para curar a los enfermos á quienes El Cólera asiático, ataca el cerebro", 29 de julio de 1837
Signed by "El Practicante", a doctor from the Minerva hospital. Dedicated to the Republic's enemies.
43. Rivera Paz, M. "A los ciudadanos y habitantes del estado", 6 de agosto de 1838
44. "Oda a la Libertad de los Altos", 1838
Signed by "Un Costeño".
45. "Refutación del impreso del Diputado Vidaurre", 1838
46. "La verdad", 1838
47. Molina, Pedro. "Al público", 1838
3 Impresos guatemaltecos, 1839
[12 items]
1. Azmitia, José Antonio and José Maria Ramirez Villatoro. "Acta de la Instalación de la Asamblea constituyente del Estado de los Altos", 9 de enero de 1839
2. Piñol, M. J. and L. Batres. "Al C. Secretario general del Gobierno de los Altos", 29 de abril de 1839
3. Aguirre, Francisco X. and José Miguel Midenze. "Tratado de amistad y alianza entre los estados soberanos de Honduras y Guatemala", 11 de mayo de 1839
Attached is a decree approving the treaty between Honduras and Guatemala.
4. Aguilar, J. A. and Doroteo Vasconcelos. "Tratado de amistad y alianza entre los estados soberanos de los Altos y El Salvador", 10 de agosto de 1839
Attached is a decree approving the treaty between Los Altos and El Salvador.
5. Durán, Juaquin. "Circular a los gobiernos de los estados", 19 de septiembre de 1839
Circular concerning state governments and relations between the state of the Republic of Central America.
6. "Estados soberanos de Centro-américa", 1839
Signed by "El Anti-anarquista".
7. "Carta de los fieles de Guatemala", 17 de junio de 1839
Letter to Father Ramon Rojas.
8. "Discurso acerca de la utilidad de la Independencia de Centro-América", 1839
9. "Vinieron las actas de los ayuntamientos en donde constaban sus votos", 1839
10. "Cual es la nota infamante del honesto Ciudadano que se entierra en un lugar común y sagrado...", 1839
11. Laws and Decrees, 1839
Articles 5 through 17 of a decree the treatment of rebels in tribunals.
12. Aguilar, José Antonio. Laws and Decrees, 1839
Decrees concerning the government of Los Altos and the agreement made at a convention of the states that once made up the Republic of Central America.

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Circulares Mexicanos

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2 Tesorería de la República Mexicana, Sección de Guerra y Marina circulares, 1842-1843
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4 Circulares, 1842
5 Circulares, 1843

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Tamaulipas Imprints

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3 1 Tamaulipas imprints, 8 October 1821 to 31 January 1822
[9 items]
1. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 8 de octubre de 1821
Decree (and minuta) providing for certain alleviation of levies and duties placed on commerce and industry, with reference to an earlier decree by Iturbide.
2. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 23 de octubre de 1821
Decree warning that any writer misusing the freedom of the press, in writings of an antipolitical or subversive nature, will be treated as a criminal, subject to due punishment. 2 copies.
3. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 24 de octubre de 1821
Decree of provisional junta granting freedom to prisoners (with the exception of those guilty of sacrilege) and to fugitives, according to its 10 articles. 2 copies.
4. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 31 de octubre de 1821
Decree of provisional junta pertaining to the legal sale of tobacco and stipulating measures to remedy the loss of revenue.
5. Agustín. Regency, 18 de noviembre de 1821
Agustín, announcing to all citizens the approaching convocation of a national congress to draw up the best possible constitution (according to the Plan de Iguala), urges them to reflect on their choice of representatives to said congress.
6. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 3 de enero de 1822
Decree of provisional junta that the provisional juntas and the ayuntamientos proceed with their studies on statistics and the division of land and of districts.
7. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 8 de enero de 1822
Decree of provisional junta that the possessions confiscated from the deceased D. José Rafael Tarelo by the previous government be returned to his executor, this resolution being applicable to any other such situation. 2 copies.
8. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 11 de enero de 1822
Decree of the provisional junta that playing cards be subject to the taxes published in earlier proclamation, 9 October 1821. 2 copies.
9. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 12 enero de 1822
Decree of provisional junta suspending passports, until Congress makes its decision, and specifying those not affected by suspension. 2 copies.
2 Tamaulipas imprints, 15 January to 8 June 1822
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10. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 15 de enero de 1822
Decree of provisional junta for the establishment of six Capitanías Generales throughout the empire, containing 26 articles and 7 measures concerning powers of same.
11. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 7 de febrero de 1822
Decree providing for the unification of the branches of the imperial navy, according to the powers and precents established for the Spanish Armada in 1793.
12. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 26 de febrero de 1822
Decree of the provisional junta for the utilization of imperial funds to stimulate domestic commerce, consisting of 8 regulations.
13. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 1 de marzo de 1822
Decree of Congress that designates as occasions for national celebration the dates of 24 February, 2 March, and 16 and 27 September.
14. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 5 de marzo de 1822
Decree of provisional junta specifying the import duties to be levied on whiskies, wines and liquors, to alleviate in part the state of the public treasury.
15. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 6 de marzo de 1822
Decree of provisional junta suspending certain burdensome taxes and promising certain provisions for the people.
16. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 20 de marzo de 1822
Rate of discounts decreed by the constituent congress to be applied to civil and military employees' salaries that exceed 6,000 pesos.
17. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 29 de mayo de 1822
Decree of national congress determining the heading for diplomas and commissions to be used by the Emperor.
18. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 29 de mayo de 1822
Decree that felicitations on Iturbide's becoming first constitutional emperor be written, not expressed through deputations or commissions.
19. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 29 de mayo de 1822
Decree calling for three days of public prayer in all churches, with cessation of all festivities for that period.
3 Tamaulipas imprints, 1 June 1822 to 18 February 1823
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20. Iturbide, "El emperador después de haber jurado en el congreso pronuncio el discurso siguiente", 1 de junio de 1822
Speech by Iturbide -- inaugural address? -- to the Congress.
21. Agustín, "Agustín a sus ciudadanos", 1 de junio de 1822
Speech by Agustín, Emperor, to the citizens of Mexico. 2 copies.
22. Lopez, Gaspar. "Orden imperial", 3 de junio de 1822
Imperial order calling out the troops to patrol and keep order, explaining the necessity to protect the public in the face of rumored attempts by the government's enemies.
23. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 8 de junio de 1822
Decree by Congress that those who lost their jobs because of adhesion to independence be returned to those positions, or if no longer available that they be compensated with others.
24. Laws and Decrees, 10 de julio de 1822
Decree republishing the articles contained in the 11 September 1820 decree of the Cortes de España, concerning the penalties and correction to be imposed on unemployed citizens not usefully occupied.
25. Lopez, Gaspar. Laws and Decrees, 13 de septiembre de 1822
Imperial decree denying the return to the governorship of D. Secundino Casillas, who held office before the Constitution.
26. Herrera. "Gazeta Extraordinaria del Gobierno Imperial de México", 27 de octubre de 1822
27. Lopez, Gaspar. Secretario de Estado, 5 de diciembre de 1822
Circular declaring that D. Antonio Lopez de Santana, traitor, is to be pursued and brought to justice, and that anyone assisting Santana will be considered traitorous also.
28. Iturbide, "Proclama del Generalisimo a sus conciudadanos", n.d.
Speech by Iturbide urging citizens of Mexico to choose persons worthy of representing them in the congress soon to be convened.
29. Quintana, Andres and Herrera. Primera Secretaría de Estado, Sección de Gobierno, 18 de febrero de 1823
Expression of government's concern over the recent uprising in Veracruz, with announcement of formation of imperial commission to promote national order and thus to maintain independence from Spain.
4 Tamaulipas imprints, 20 June 1823 to 10 September 1833
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30. Comandancia General de Provincias Internas de Oriente, 20 de junio de 1823
Reply from the Comandante General of the eastern interior provinces rejecting Santana's proposal for the formation of an army to protect the nation.
31. Arrillaga. Laws and Decrees, Circular No. 9 Ministerio de Hacienda, 27 de junio de 1823
Decree of sovereign congress specifying the amount of taxes each individual is to pay to the treasury, consisting of 20 parts pertaining to collection of same.
32. Arrillaga. Laws and Decrees, Circular No. 10 Ministerio de Hacienda, 28 de junio de 1823
Enumerates 7 regulations to effect the additional taxation decreed in Circular No. 9.
33. Fernandez, Lucas and Eleno de Vargas, 11 de enero de 1828
Governor's order directed to all Spaniards that they identify themselves at the Secretary's office with certain credentials. Refers to earlier decree expelling Spaniards still in the Republic after 1821.
34. Fernandez, Lucas and Eleno de Vargas. Laws and Decrees, Circular No. 34, 28 de enero de 1828
State congressional decree requiring Spaniards within Tamaulipas to swear to abide by the federal constitution, national and state laws, not to bear or deal in arms, to travel only with passport, etc.
35. Nepomuceno Molano, Juan and Gabriel Arcos. Circular, 23 de junio de 1833
Official expression of alarm over new military issuance from Morelia, seconded by the traitorous garrison at Matamoros; urging all authorities to be constantly aware of any threat to national order and peace.
36. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, Circular No. 8, 5 de septiembre de 1833
Decree providing for the appointment of citizens as voters in the tithes-collecting board, created by law 17 June 1829, wherever the respective ecclesiastic authorities refuse to do so.
37. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, Circular No. 12, 9 de septiembre de 1833
Decree declaring that citizen Juan Nepomuceno Molano is well deserving of the state for his distinguised and praiseworthy service. 2 copies.
38. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, Circular No. 10, 9 de septiembre de 1833
Decree of state congress that minor D. Manuel Quintero be allowed, although underage, to administrate his property. 2 copies.
39. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, Circular No. 11, 10 de septiembre de 1833
Decree of state congress that the government is to construct cemeteries outside the towns wherever needed. 5 articles set forth the plan of said construction.
5 Tamaulipas imprints, 26 September to 24 November 1833
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40. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, 26 de septiembre de 1833
Decree of state congress that Dr. José Nuñez de Caceres is well deserving of the state for his distinguised service to the state and to the republic. Also cites 24 other citizens for distinguised service, including Lorenzo Zavala.
41. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, Circular No. 19, 5 de octubre de 1833
Decree of state congress providing for the founding of the town of Jalapa, indemnifying the land needed, at the estate Tancasnequi. 9 articles provide for said indemnification.
42. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, Circular No. 18, 5 de octubre de 1833
Decree of state congress establishing the school, Fuente de la Libertad, for primary and secondary education of students of the state. 6 articles.
43. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, Circular No. 27, 4 de noviembre de 1833
Decree of state congress naming certain individuals citizens of the state for their service to same.
44. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, 6 de noviembre de 1833
Congressional decree providing for the naming of members to the tithes-collecting board, established by law decreed 17 June 1829, and for officers of the board.
45. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, Circular No. 29, 6 de noviembre de 1833
Decree of state congress declaring tobacco open to trade. Contains 14 articles.
46. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, Circular No. 30, 11 de noviembre de 1833
Enumerates 71 articles on the numerous responsibilities of the ayuntamientos to the citizens in administering laws and decrees of the state congress. 2 copies.
47. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, Circular No. 31, 12 de noviembre de 1833
Decree of state congress that enumerates 27 articles concerning the procedure for handling crimes and dealing with criminals.
48. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, Circular No. 38, 16 de noviembre de 1833
Explains that with regard to the ecclesiastic regulations issued 15 July 1829 only one-half of the taxes mentioned therein will be collected. 2 copies.
49. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, Circular No. 45, 24 de noviembre de 1833
Enumerates 22 articles on taxation, specifying the percentage each citizen is to pay and the manner of payment. 2 copies.
6 Tamaulipas imprints, 11 May 1834 to 26 January 1835
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50. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, 11 de mayo de 1834
Reissue of congressional decree explaining further article 3 of law passed 17 December 1833 relating to provision of curacies and reminding all ecclesiastic authorities to comply with the cited law in its entirety.
51. Peráles, Marcelino. Supreme Court, 13 de mayo de 1834
Order that the circular issued previous year 1832 (?) be executed by preparing the requested bimonthly list of civil business and monthly list of criminals.
52. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, 27 de octubre de 1834
State congressional decree announcing the forthcoming monopolization -- as of 1 January 1835 -- of tobacco in the state.
53. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, 8 de noviembre de 1834
Decree of state congress extending present sessions for eight days, thus concluding on the 23rd day.
54. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, 20 de noviembre de 1834
Decree of state congress granting extraordingary power to the executive of the state for one year from this date to pursue, apprehend and quickly punish vagrants and thieves. 2 copies.
55. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, 21 de noviembre de 1834
Decree No. 60 of state congress authorizing allotments for per diem and traveling expenses for congressional representatives or their substitutes.
56. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, 22 de noviembre de 1834
State congressional decree defining the judicial responsibilities of the alcaldes at the head of the departments and of the alcaldes of the towns. 18 articles.
57. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, 23 de noviembre de 1834
Decree of state congress that reinstates law No. 13 of 10 February 1830 and the governmental council will be composed according to its provisions; the law of 3 October 1833 is hereby abolished, likewise the council provided by it.
58. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, 23 de noviembre de 1834
Decree of state congress naming D. José Maria Perez Callejo citizen of the state.
59. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor, 26 de enero de 1835
Governor's announcement that the congress will convene 15 February in special session to consider its most immediate problems, as cited in Article 2.
7 Tamaulipas imprints, 19 February to 5 March 1835
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60. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 19 de febrero de 1835
Reissue of decree by Chamber of Deputies that election of the acting President has been held. President-elect: D. Miguel Barragán, with 13 of the 15 votes cast.
61. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 27 de febrero de 1835
State congressional decree providing for chiefs of police in the departments, to be appointed by the executive of the state. 2 copies.
62. Guadalupe de Samano, José and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 4 de abril de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree prescribing manner of payment of states' debts (as of 1 April 1832). 11 articles, 2 additional provisions.
63. Guadalupe de Samano, José and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 21 de abril de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree that restores the provisions stripped from decree 16 May 1831, this sovereign order remaining in effect to the degree to which it has not yet been carried out.
64. Guadalupe de Samano, José and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 22 de abril de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree that voids decree of 29 July 1833 and restores fully the decree of 17 May 1828 concerning salaries for (involuntarily) retired Spanish employees.
65. Guadalupe de Samano, José and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 23 de abril de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree that voids decrees of 17 December 1833 and 22 April 1834 and explains the concordat concerning the rights of the Church and the nation.
66. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 26 de abril de 1835
Circular, announcing Francisco Vital Fernandez is returning to office to assume his responsibilities as Governor (although he has not fully regained his health) for the reasons expressed in the speech attached (nothing attached).
67. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 3 de marzo de 1835
State congressional decree relating to the collection of taxes from the slaughter of animals and the use of such revenue to maintain prisons. 3 articles, followed by 6 measures. 2 copies.
68. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 4 de marzo de 1835
State congressional decree abolishing laws of 15 November 1832 and 26 November 1833, permitting the government to expel those who disturb public order. 2 copies.
69. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 5 de marzo de 1835
State congressional decree announcing the adjournment 10 March of the current special sessions. 2 copies.
8 Tamaulipas imprints, 6 March to 20 March 1835
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70. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 6 de marzo de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree voiding the decree of 12 February 1834 calling for solemn observance of the anniversary of the death of General Guerrero.
71. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 6 de marzo de 1835
State congressional decree declaring the law of 29 December 1827 to be in force, relating to the magistracy of the Primera Sala, Supreme Court, whose minister will receive the salary therein stipulated. 2 copies.
72. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 7 de marzo de 1835
Decree of state congress that provides for voluntary loan among the inhabitants of the state for road construction (?) beginning in the Sierra de Ciudad Victoria, with provisions for payment of loan backed by warranty from state. 2 copies.
73. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 8 de marzo de 1835
State congressional decree voiding Article 25 of law of 21 November 1833 (re: swearing by witnesses) and authorizing secretaries of the ayuntamientos to serve as clerks of criminal trials only. 2 copies.
74. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 9 de marzo de 1835
State congressional decree lowering tax imposed on property owners by law of 24 November 1833, from 10% to 4%, providing measures to avoid abuse, and imposing tax of 2% on sale of produce from other states. 2 copies.
75. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 9 de marzo de 1835
Approval by Congress of the appointment as assessors for the Department of Licenciados Julian Antonio del Hierro, José Ynacio Gil, and Vicente Ordosgoiti.
76. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 10 de marzo de 1835
Decree 77 of state congress containing 5 articles pardoning those indirectly involved in disturbances in the Departamento del Norte but specifying judicial proceedings to apply to those guilty of seditious acts. 2 copies.
77. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 13 de marzo de 1835
Congressional resolution clearing the name of the Governor, Francisco Vital Fernandez, of any implication in the disturbance (10 March).
78. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 19 de marzo de 1835
Official announcement by Francisco Vital Fernandez that because of health he is relinquishing the governorship to José Guadalupe de Samano.
79. Guadalupe de Samano, José and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 20 de marzo de 1835
Letter from provisional governor expressing confidence that other officials and all citizens will assist him in every way possible to temporarily govern the state.
9 Tamaulipas imprints, 31 March to 11 June 1835
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80. Guadalupe de Samano, José and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 31 de marzo de 1835
Circular. Acting governor's order containing 9 measures for the procurement of a loan and providing for amortization of the debt. 2 copies.
81. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 6 de mayo de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree granting full salary in retirement to D. Juan José Flores Alatorre, minister of the Supreme Court of Justice, and calling for state legislatures to select his successor.
82. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 10 de mayo de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree stating loading and unloading restrictions on ships calling at southern and western ports of the Republic.
83. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 13 de mayo de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree stating that federal employees who are named senators or deputies will continue to perform their original duties, according to Article 43 of the Constitution.
84. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 13 de mayo de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree that specifies regulations to govern taxation of documents pertaining to maritime customs.
85. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 15 de mayo de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree recognizing that present congress has the power to make changes in the 1824 Constitution on behalf of the nation's welfare, said power to be limited by Article 171 of the Constitution.
86. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 16 de mayo de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree pardoning all citizens of political crimes committed between 27 September 1821 and 4 January 1835 (but not foreigners after 1 May 1834) and restoring them to their former employment.
87. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Circular, 19 de mayo de 1835
Circular, warning the ayuntamientos that payment of the state's debts can be made only through the general treasury, that they will be responsible for any further violation.
88. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 25 de mayo de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree authorizing government to receive up to 200,000 pesos, terms of from 4 to 6 months and at interest not to exceed 4% monthly.
89. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 11 de junio de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree calling for ships that have unloaded cargo in southern ports of the Republic, later taking on cargo in western ports, to call at S. Blas or Mazatlan before continuing.
10 Tamaulipas imprints, 11 June to 1 July 1835
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90. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 11 de junio de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree providing for disposal of estate properties and goods where owner is unknown.
91. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 11 de junio de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree that allows ecclesiastic communities and guilds to freely use their respective properties.
92. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 11 de junio de 1835
Official decree empowering the government to make any provision deemed necessary to execute laws pertaining to the treasury.
93. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, Reissue of congressional decree naming the senators to make up government council: Antonio Pacheco Leal, president; Rafael de Irazabal, vice president; etc.
94. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 17 de junio de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree stating that the government in the future cannot use tax revenue designated as capital for making bank loans, for which purpose the law of 16 October 1830 reserves one-fifth.
95. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 17 de junio de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree concerning official recognition of Aguascalientes as a state separate from Zacatecas and territory of federation.
96. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 17 de junio de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree stating that the President will award the fellowship available at Colegio de S. Idlefonso, first hearing the state governor's report on the candidate and beginning with those from the Diocese of Michoacan.
97. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 17 de junio de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree authorizing pardons from penalty of those leaders and officials who revolted against the national government in the state of Zacatecas. 6 articles.
98. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 17 de junio de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree that the Supreme Court in matters concerning the Federal District and territories be informed of special appeals entered before the King or awaiting Spain's judicial decision at the time of independence.
99. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 17 de junio de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree that the collection of bridge tolls falls under the provisions of the law of 11 September 1827.
100. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 1 de julio de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree providing for the official return of five ministers of the Supreme Court to full exercise of their offices.
11 Tamaulipas imprints, 2 July to 10 September 1835
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101. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 2 de julio de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree restoring rights to those deprived of them by order 3 May 1833 and allowing the legal return of General D. Pedro Celestino Negrete to the Republic.
102. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 6 de julio de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree providing for a salary for the acting President equal to that of the Vice President, under articles 3, 4, and 5 of law of 13 September 1824 as specified.
103. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 6 de julio de 1835
Reissue of the decree by the Consejo de Gobierno that calls for special sessions of Congress to consider changing the present form of government and its administrative and financial functions as well.
104. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 10 de julio de 1835
Governmental decree empowering the government to appoint provisionally the magistrate of the Primera Sala, Supreme Court, according to the law of 29 January 1826.
105. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 11 de julio de 1835
Circular, announcing the official appointment of citizen Eleno de Vargas as magistrate of the Primera Sala, Supreme Court.
106. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 31 de agosto de 1835
Decree of state congress that citizen Antonio Rodriguez Fernandez has been elected governor by majority and Ramon de la Garza y Flores, likewise vice governor. 2 copies.
107. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 5 de septiembre de 1835
State congressional decree abolishing Decree 14, 20 September 1833, which prohibits the government from removing tax employees with assistance from maritime customs. 2 copies.
108. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 9 de septiembre de 1835
Decree of state congress that citizen Eleno de Vargas be relieved of his office as Deputy.
109. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 10 de septiembre de 1835
Decree of state congress approving salary of 150 pesos annually to the Secretary of the Ayuntamiento of Guerrero and the increase of 15 pesos monthly to the Secretary of the Ayuntamiento of Matamoros.
12 Tamaulipas imprints, 12 September to 21 September 1835
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110. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 12 de septiembre de 1835
Circular, announcing resignation of Francisco Vital Fernandez as Governor, for reasons of health, and the relinquishment of his office to José Antonio Fernandez Izaguirre, newly appointed by the Congress.
111. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 12 de septiembre de 1835
State congressional decree concerning tax revenue allotted for construction of docks at Santa Anna, Tamaulipas, and of roads into the interior. Refers to laws of 22 October 1833 and 13 July 1826. 2 copies.
112. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 12 de septiembre de 1835
Circular, announcing the naming to the governorship of José Antonio Fernandez, under the provision of the Constitution, Article 122.
113. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 12 de septiembre de 1835
Circular, announcing the selection of Lic. J. Antonio del Fierro to fill the judgeship (Primera Sala) of the state Supreme Court and providing for handling of business matters in the assessor's office.
114. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 17 de septiembre de 1835
Decree of state congress that the title of city be given to the towns of Matamoros and Tula.
115. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 19 de septiembre de 1835
Decree of state congress -- No. 7 -- voiding Decree 59, 20 November 1834, because it grants excessive power to the government in the persecution, apprehension and immediate punishment of vagrants and thieves. 2 copies.
116. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 21 de septiembre de 1835
Decree of state congress that Decree 53, 15 October 1834, remains in effect (calling for abolishment of principal departmental offices) but voids Decree 69, 27 February 1835, and any others contrary to it. 2 copies.
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117. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 23 de septiembre de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree declaring Congress is invested with full powers to vary form of government and even to reconstitute it. 4 articles.
118. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 28 de septiembre de 1835
Decree of state congress that Decree 61, 22 November 1834, be abolished but that Decree 28, 24 October 1826, remain in effect. Said decrees pertain to appointments of judges and assessors.
119. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 1 de octubre de 1835
Decree of state congress -- No. 10 -- accepting resignation of Vice Governor and allowing deputy Antonio Fernandez Izaguirre to continue according to the law in the governorship, in the failure of the elected governor to exercise his office.
120. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 3 de octubre de 1835
Decree of state congress -- No. 11 -- that Antonio Rodriguez Fernandez be relieved of the governorship; that Antonio Fernandez Izaguirre continue officially as vice governor; that official elections to these offices be held when deputies to Congress are next elected. 2 copies.
121. Fernandez, José Antonio. Gobernador, 7 de octubre de 1835
Speech by governor informing citizens of the collapse of Congress but assuring them that order will be maintained, inspite of factions that oppose the course the government is taking.
122. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 9 de octubre de 1835
Circular warning citizens to be alert to any anarchical activities of certain deputies of the newly dissolved congress, in their attempt to overthrow the government.
123. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 14 de octubre de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree defining post-official responsibilities of state governors, representatives, and other government employees, all subject to the highest national authority. 5 articles.
124. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 21 de octubre de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree defining post-official responsibilities of state governors, representatives, and other government employees, all subject to the highest national authority. Ordinance that follows contains 16 articles pertaining to official accounting of all states' revenues and properties.
14 Tamaulipas imprints, 28 October 1834 to 13 November 1835
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125. Vital Fernandez, Francisco and Gabriel Arcos. Laws and Decrees, 28 de octubre de 1834
State congressional decree pardoning citizen Ygnacio García from the sentence imposed by the state Court of Justice.
126. Fernandez, José Antonio and Franciscio Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 12 de noviembre de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree concerning granting of pardons to those accused of common crimes. Refers to law of 3 April 1834. 2 copies.
127. Fernandez Izaguirre, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 5 de noviembre de 1835
Decree by congress authorizing the government to obtain a loan of one million pesos. 6 articles of decree stipulate conditions of loan, its security and repayment. 2 copies.
128. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 12 de noviembre de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree explaining postponement of execution of law of 17 August 1833 until condition of its first article is met. 2 copies.
129. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 12 de noviembre de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree reminding every revolutionary (?) of the primary significance of the Republic. 2 copies.
130. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 13 de noviembre de 1835
Circular that calls for proper celebration by governor, other officials, including ecclesiastic and military, upon the publication of the constitutional bases in the decree attached (nothing found attached).
15 Tamaulipas imprints, 21 November 1835 to 14 March 1836
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131. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 21 de noviembre de 1835
Congressional decree authorizing levy on urban property, 1% of purchase value, to be paid in 3 parts (schools, hospitals, etc. excepted). 18 articles, followed by 9 provisions for effecting decree.
132. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 4 de diciembre de 1835
Circular, reminding officials of the yearly accounting of municipal capital that they must submit according to law and giving them 15 days to remit same accounting. 2 copies.
133. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 10 de diciembre de 1835
Reissue of congressional decree announcing the closing of 2 ports to foreign commere: Tuxpan, Puebla, and Isla del Carmen, Yucatán, to remain open to coasting-trade only.
134. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Ministro de Hacienda, 8 de enero de 1836
Circular. Reissue of congressional resolution providing certain measures for the continuing collection of taxes on Departmental revenues. 5 provisions follow.
135. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 18 de febrero de 1836
Decree by provisional President of the Republic concerning acceptance of resignations or exemptions of individuals from Departamento de Juntas and naming of others to fill existing vacancies.
136. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 14 de marzo de 1836
Reissue of congressional decree that details the procedures and official ceremonies to be observed whenever the President dies. 12 articles, with 10 additional measures.
137. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Secretaría de Relaciones, 14 de marzo de 1836
Circular. Reissue of the announcement of the death of acting President D. Miguel Barragán, accompanied by decree of preceding day.
16 Tamaulipas imprints, 23 March to 27 July 1836
[5 items]
138. Perales, Marcelino. Suprema Corte de Justicia, Primera Sala, 23 de marzo de 1836
Circular that court documents in the future specify the kind of crime for which criminals are sentenced, length of sentence, etc.
139. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Sub-Secretario de Hacienda, 24 de mayo de 1836
Circular. Reissue of clarification by acting President of supervisory duties of departmental and federal authorities, respectively, assisting in accounting of tax offices.
140. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 2 de julio de 1836
Reissue of congressional decree authorizing the government to secure a loan of up to 2 million pesos. Maximum quotas per individual are stipulated. 12 measures follow. Attached: sample certificate for designation of individual's quota.
141. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 24 de julio de 1836
Reissue of congressional decree establishing an annual tax of 2 pesos on the thousand, on the present or real value of all urban property. 13 articles, with 19 additional measures.
142. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 27 de julio de 1836
Reissue of congressional decree establishing an annual tax of 3% per thousand on the present or true value of all rural lands in the Republic. 16 articles, plus 4 additional measures.
17 Tamaulipas imprints, 30 July to 24 August 1836
[7 items]
143. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 30 de julio de 1836
Circular, announcing the appointment of assistants in the collection of the tax on urban and rural property, according to the law of 30 June 1836.
144. Guadalupe de Samano, José and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 10 de agosto de 1836
Reissue of congressional decree further explaining the sixth article of the law on rural taxation.
145. Guadalupe de Samano, José and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 15 de agosto de 1836
Circular, announcing the assignment of prisoners to public works projects, planned for Santa Anna de Tamaulipas.
146. Guadalupe de Samano, José and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 16 de agosto de 1836
Circular, extending the tax on urban land to include property valued at 200 pesos or more (original minimum, 1500). Refers to law of 5 July 1836.
147. Guadalupe de Samano, José and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 17 de agosto de 1836
Circular, reminding officials to quickly execute tenth provision of the law of 7 July 1836, submitting proper evidence thereof.
148. Guadalupe de Samano, José and Francisco Villaseñor. Secretaría de Relaciones, 23 de agosto de 1836
Circular. Reissue of communication concerning the Mexico-France agreement to mutually supply certificates of death for the subjects of one nation that die while in the other.
149. Guadalupe de Samano, José and Francisco Villaseñor. Sub-Secretario de Hacienda, 24 de agosto de 1836
Circular. Reissue of presidential resolution of individual claims that in the matter of tax quotas there exist certain discrepancies, henceforth to be adjusted officially by junta appointed by respective governments.
18 Tamaulipas imprints, 14 September 1836 to 8 January 1837
[8 items]
150. Guadalupe de Samano, José and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 14 de septiembre de 1836
Reissue of congressional decree explaining the levying of tonnage duty on foreign vessels, as provided by Article 4 of law passed 16 November 1827.
151. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 20 de octubre de 1836
Reissue of congressional decree that explains what is meant by the term "rural property" as used in the law of 5 July 1836.
152. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 26 de octubre de 1836
Reissue of presidential decree that explains further the congressional decree of previous 20 September relating to payment of taxes on commercial patents and granting extension of time.
153. Fernandez, José Antonio and Nuñes de Caceres, Geronimo. Laws and Decrees, 11 de diciembre de 1836
Reissue of congressional decree suspending election of ayuntamientos until elections called for by the new Constitution have been held.
154. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 22 de diciembre de 1836
Circular, announcing the suppression of a conspiracy in Santa Ana de Tamaulipas and the imprisonment of its authors, with a general warning to citizens to be alert to any revolutionary activities.
155. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 27 de diciembre de 1836
Decree by Congress providing for public reading and signing by all representatives of the constitutional laws, in 2 manuscript copies, one destined for governmental archive. 9 articles, plus 22 provisions concerning official ceremonies.
156. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 3 de enero de 1837
Reissue of congressional decree concerning the official uses of the seal on documents, according to purpose and monetary value mentioned. Total of 43 articles in the decree (page containing articles 21 through 41 is missing).
157. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 8 de enero de 1837
Reissue of congressional decree that interprets legislative provisions for forthcoming elections, preliminary activities and responsibilities of those to be elected to various offices. 14 articles.
19 Tamaulipas imprints, 23 January to 27 March 1837
[9 items]
158. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Ministerio de lo Interior, 23 de enero de 1837
Circular. Reissue of order transmitted from acting President reminding officials to scrupulously observe laws of 30 November and 24 December 1836, calling for election of persons to serve in various offices of the nation.
159. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Ministerio de lo Interior, 24 de enero de 1837
Circular. Reissue of presidential reminder that individuals leaving official employment, voluntarily or through dismissal, must inform the proper authorities who is to succeed them.
160. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Ministerio de lo Interior, 29 de enero de 1837
Circular. Reissue of names of 13 individuals named by acting President to governmental council, the council president to be General D. José Moran.
161. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Laws and Decrees, 14 de febrero de 1837
Reissue of decree containing instructions and rules applicable to taxation procedures of the public treasury, as explained in 15 articles.
162. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Ministerio de lo Interior, 27 de febrero de 1837
Circular. Reissue of presidential resolution that judges and courts inform the national bank's Board of Directors of lawsuits (?) brought against counterfeiters that prompt handling of same may be made.
163. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Ministerio de lo Interior, 11 de marzo de 1837
Circular. Reissue of communication of official recognition by the Pope of Mexico's independence, a definitive step toward settlement of Church/state business.
164. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Banco Nacional, Junta Directiva, 15 de marzo de 1837
Circular. Reissue of the national bank's Board of Directors' order that a sworn report of contracts drawn up by notaries and liable to excise tax be sent to the Board of Directors for the collection of funds due the public treasury.
165. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 22 de marzo de 1837
Circular stating that Juan Yguera has been named agent for the national bank in that department.
166. Fernandez, José Antonio and Francisco Villaseñor. Gobierno, 27 de marzo de 1837
Circular, announcing the installation the previous day of the new Junta Departmental.

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Colombian Imprints, 1821-

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4 1 Miscellaneous imprints, 1821
[6 items]
1. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 6 de agosto de 1821
Decree concerning primary education.
2. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 15 de agosto de 1821
Law concerning the union of the towns of Colombia. 3 copies.
3. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 29 de noviembre de 1821
Law concerning the worth of gold and silver. 2 copies, one of which is in Spanish, French, and English.
4. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 30 de septiembre de 1821
Law concerning the prohibition of the importation of various commercial iterms from one port to another within the Republic.
5. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 6 de octubre de 1821
Law concerning the new Constitution for the Republic. Handwritten note added, signed by C. Soublette, 12 December 1821. 2 copies.
6. Bolívar, Simón, 9 de octubre de 1821
Transfer of Executive powers while Bolívar is away.
2 Miscellaneous imprints, 1822
[8 items]
1. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 28 de enero de 1822
Law concerning the distribution of national assets.
2. Santander, Francisco de Paula. Laws and Statutes, 21 de marzo de 1822
Decree made as Vice President of Colombia on distribution of goods to the military.
3. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 9 de mayo de 1822
Decree concerning taxes and use of official seal paper.
4. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 30 de mayo de 1822
Law designating the arms of the Republic.
5. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 30 de mayo de 1822
Law concerning confiscations and seizures.
6. Secretaría de Marina y Guerra de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 6 de agosto de 1822
Law for creation, equipment and maintenance of a maritime force.
7. Soublette, Carlos. Laws and Statutes, 4 de septiembre de 1822
Decree by the President of Venezuela clarifying some doubts concerning the compositions of grocery stores.
8. del Castillo, José Maria. Laws and Statutes, 1822
Last part of law on issuing new money. In Spanish, French, and English.
3 Miscellaneous imprints, 1823
[11 items]
1. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 18 de junio de 1823
Law promoting foreign immigration and distribution of land.
2. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 4 de julio de 1823
Decree granting Presidential authority to continue and improve the army and navy until the next Congress.
3. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 13 de julio de 1823
Law on ecclesiastic jurisdiction near Lima.
4. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 18 de julio de 1823
Jurisdiction in "causas civiles y criminales de los tenientes asesores". 2 copies attached to each other.
5. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 18 de julio de 1823
Division of juridical powers.
6. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 28 de julio de 1823
Copper concession and stipulation for resale to government.
7. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 28 de julio de 1823
Legislation on special industrial privileges, public works, and new inventions or industries.
8. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutues, 2 de agosto de 1823
Laws on the production of aguardientes. 2 copies printed differently.
9. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 5 de agosto de 1823
Concession of rights for steam navigation of the Orinoco River.
10. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 5 de agosto de 1823
Decree against clandestine importation and exportation of material.
11. Restrepo, José Manuel. Laws and Statutes, 22 de agosto de 1823
Concession of rights for steam navigation of the Orinoco River. Same as document 9 but issued from different office.
4 Miscellaneous imprints, 1824-1825
[3 items]
1. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 31 de julio de 1824
Establishment of Dirección general; laws on managers, general accounts, treasuries, hacienda assemblies, subdelegates, the court of the hacienda, customs, tobacco assets, postal assets, mints.
2. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 2 de mayo de 1825
Law on elections of members of the Legislature.
3. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 2 de mayo de 1825
Decree dealing with rules and regulations governing the Executive powers.
5 Miscellaneous imprints, 1826
[37 items]
1. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 12 de enero de 1826
Decree on uses and sizes of Seal of the Republic and those of other businesses.
2. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 13 de marzo de 1826
Decree on importation rights and laws.
3. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 13 de marzo de 1826
Concession to build a road from Caracas to Guaira.
4. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 18 de marzo de 1826
Decree on salaries explaining previous laws' coverage and affirming this new law's power.
5. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 31 de marzo de 1826
Law concerning the army that fought for independence.
6. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 4 de abril de 1826
Law on ports of deposit for imports.
7. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 8 de abril de 1826
Law concerning jurisdiction of Republican versus Royal tribunals, etc.
8. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 12 de abril de 1826
Law on bridge tariffs.
9. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 15 de marzo de 1826
Decree intended to further previous decree on seal paper tax.
10. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 15 de abril de 1826
Decree concerning the structure and function of the armed forces.
11. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 18 de abril de 1826
Decree giving new form to the dirección general de hacienda, separating the functions of each director, and reducing their number.
12. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 18 de abril de 1826
Decree furthering previous decree meant to foment and improve agriculture.
13. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 24 de abril de 1826
Decree on salt mines.
14. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 28 de abril de 1826
Decree on reduction in number of Church positions.
15. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 1 de mayo de 1826
Decree on treatment of the indigenous tribes of Colombia, especially those of Guajira, Darien, and Mosquitos.
16. del Castillo, José Maria. Laws and Statutes, 1 de mayo de 1826
Decree on the collection of taxes and rents.
17. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 1 de mayo de 1826
Decree concerning port taxes and costs.
18. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 15 de mayo de 1826
Decree changing previous law which banned importation of indigo and sugar.
19. Santander, Francisco de Paula. Laws and Statutes, 2 de mayo de 1826
Decree made as Vice President of Colombia on customs on imports. 2 copies.
20. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 11 de mayo de 1826
Decree clarifying former laws on collection of direct taxes on industry.
21. Santander, Francisco de Paula. Laws and Statutes, 15 de mayo de 1826
Decree made as Vice President of Colombia concerning posts in the recently established tax and rents administration. 2 copies.
22. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 22 de mayo de 1826
Decree increasing national taxes, specifically "la anotación de hipotecas..., el registro..., y disposiciones comunes".
23. Santander, Francisco de Paula. Laws and Statutes, 22 de mayo de 1826
Decree made as Vice President of Colombia calling for "state of the army" reports.
24. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 22 de mayo de 1826
Decree concerning new taxes.
25. Santander, Francisco de Paula. Laws and Statutes, 23 de mayo de 1826
Decree made as Vice President of Colombia concerning the execution of new tax laws.
26. Santander, Francisco de Paula. Laws and Statutes, 29 de mayo de 1826
Decree made as Vice President of Colombia concerning taxes on cargo on the Río Magdalena.
27. Santander, Francisco de Paula. Laws and Statutes, 22 de julio de 1826
Decree made as Vice President of Colombia putting into effect previous law on patent taxes.
28. Santander, Francisco de Paula. Laws and Statutes, 21 de agosto de 1826
Regulation for the regime to observe the deposits and reexportation of the deposited merchandise.
29. Santander, Francisco de Paula. Laws and Statutes, 21 de agosto de 1826
Regulation to observe the customs of the ports of the isthmus of Panama.
30. Santander, Francisco de Paula. Laws and Statutes, 8 de noviembre de 1826
Decree made as Vice President of Colombia concerning the monetary means which retired or invalid military personnel need to return to their homes.
31. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 23 de noviembre de 1826
Decree concerning changes in the office of Hacienda.
32. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 23 de noviembre de 1826
Decree concerning fraud against the national taxes. 2 copies.
33. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 23 de noviembre de 1826
Decree to facilitate the collection of taxes. 2 copies.
34. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 23 de noviembre de 1826
Decree concerning the responsibilities of employees in the department of Hacienda.
35. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 23 de noviembre de 1826
Decree calling for enactment of and fidelity to a previous law on national debt interest payments.
36. Santander, Francisco de Paula. Laws and Statutes, 7 de diciembre de 1826
Decree made as Vice President of Colombia suspending the "contribuciones directas" for the older types.
37. Santander, Francisco de Paula. Laws and Statutes, 12 de diciembre de 1826
Decree made as Vice President of Colombia initiating a poll tax.
6 Miscellaneous imprints, 1827
[14 items]
1. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 22 de febrero de 1827
Decree concerning abuses in military "derechos a bagages".
2. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 20 de junio de 1827
Decree concerning executive power and the domain of the law.
3. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 26 de julio de 1827
Decree concerning development of ports and establishment of dockyards. 2 attached copies.
4. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 26 de junio de 1827
Decree on executive power over province, canton and parish limits.
5. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 7 de agosto de 1827
Decree calling for a constitutional revision convention.
6. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 16 de agosto de 1827
Decree granting disestablishment rights to economically deficient municipalities.
7. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 16 de agosto de 1827
Decree setting up the National Credit Commission.
8. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 21 de agosto de 1827
Decree granting petition for iron and steel mining rights from the Ejea y Dassti Company.
9. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 31 de agosto de 1827
Decree concerning payment of the Republic's debts.
10. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 26 de septiembre de 1827
Decree recognizing changes made by Bolívar in Sulia, Maurín, Venezuela, and Orinoco.
11. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 26 de septiembre de 1827
Decree recognizing changes made by Bolívar in the administrative part of the "hacienda nacional".
12. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 29 de septiembre de 1827
Decree on improvements on and construction of public roads. 2 copies.
13. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, 2 de octubre de 1827
13.1: Decree concerning appointment of a chief of police. 13.2: Decree concerning reforms to be made by the executive power in general education. Documents are attached to each other.
14. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 6 de octubre de 1827
Decree concerning construction or repair of roads.
7 Miscellaneous imprints, 1828
[11 items]
1. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 26 de febrero de 1828
Decree concerning delegation of authority to various secretaries and retention of presidential powers while Bolívar journeys to Maturín, Venezuela, Orinoco, and Sulia. 2 copies.
2. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 3 de marzo de 1828
Declaration assuring Colombianos about the constitutional convention in progress and telling the Bogotanos of Bolívar's plans to be absent from the capital. 2 copies.
3. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 27 de agosto de 1828
Declaration about the dissolution of the consitutional convention and Bolívar's promises to the people. 3 copies.
4. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 27 de agosto de 1828
Decree concerning organization of the Supreme Power, the Ministry of the State and the Council of Ministries, the Council of the State, the organization and administration of the territory of the Republic, the administration of justice, and general dispositions.
5. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 17 de noviembre de 1828
Decree concerning reorganization of municipalities.
6. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 9 de diciembre de 1828
Decree concerning the measurement of public roads. 2 copies attached to each other.
7. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 12 de diciembre de 1828
Decree concerning lawsuits, especially those with the criminal in absentia.
8. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 23 de diciembre de 1828
Decree decreasing agricultural excise tax.
9. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 23 de diciembre de 1828
Decree concerning collection and payment of taxes.
10. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 23 de diciembre de 1828
Decree concerning taxes to help agriculture and lower debt against the treasury.
11. Bolívar, Simón. Laws and Statutes, 24 de diciembre de 1828
Decree granting certain privileges for augmenting the mining industry.
8 Miscellaneous imprints, 1830
[1 item]
1. Briceño Mendez, Pedro. "Patente de Industria", 1830
Official form. Blank.
9 Miscellaneous imprints, undated
[7 items]
1. "Patente de __ Clase de industria para el año 18__", undated
Official form. Blank.
2. El Congreso General de la República de Colombia, undated
Cover sheet (?) indicating that the receiver should circulate and execute the decree (not included here) concerning the election of the national convention. 2 copies.
3. República de Colombia. Laws and Statutes, undated
Decree from the Vice President concerning the affairs included under various secretaries and offices and delineating their areas of jurisdiction.
4. "Relaciones de reos", undated
Official form. Blank.
5. República de Colombia, undated
Official form about the parochial assembly. Blank.
6. República de Colombia, undated
Official form about "asamblea electoral" for "elecciones ordinarias de representantes". Blank.
7. República de Colombia. "Estado general que contiene la estadística de la provincia de...", undated
Official form asking name of canton, population, housing, mining and produce information. Blank.

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Guatemalan Broadsides and Leaflets

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4 10 Guatemalan Broadsides and Leaflets, 1900-1948
[73 items]
Many of the items concern Manuel Estrada Cabrera, Guatemalan president from 1898-1920.
Note that 14 oversized items have been moved to Oversized Folder 1

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Various

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4 11 Various unprocessed documents. undated

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Oversized

Larger format items from the Miscellaneous Broadsides collections.
box folder
5 1 Guatemalan Broadsides and Leaflets, 1900-1948
[14 items]
Larger format items from the collection at Box 4 Folder 10

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