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Manuel Munoz (gobernador). Inventory of goods given to Indians as gifts in peace negotiations.

Author(s): 
Munoz, Manuel (Gobernador)
Date: 
10-14-1790
Documentation: 
Bexar. October 14, 1790. 2p. Informe. Original. Signed.

Lopez. note to governor stating that recent information suggests duplicity on the part of the coastal Indians and warning that Espadas and fray Reyes should beware.

Author(s): 
Lopez,
Date: 
09-30-1790
Documentation: 
Bexar. September 30, 1790. 2p. Letter. Original. Signed.

Manuel de Espadas (capitan). Report to governor that carancahuares Indians have stolen eleven horses despite peace treaty with Spaniards.

Author(s): 
Espadas, Manuel de (Capitan)
Date: 
09-10-1790
Documentation: 
La Bahia. September 10, 1790. 4 p. Letter. Original. Signed.
General Subjects: 

Miguel de Jesus Maria Rada (fray). Letter to viceroy reviewing work of fray Reyes to re-establish Rosario mission and indian's desire to be converted and request for assistance.

Author(s): 
Rada, Miguel de Jesus Maria (Fray)
Date: 
08-20-1790
Documentation: 
Zacatecas. August 20, 1790. 6p. Letter. Original. Copy.

Revilla Gigelo (conde, virrey). Instructions to the governor of Texas concerning use of funds for re-established mission of Rosario.

Author(s): 
Revilla Gigedo (Conde, Virrey)
Date: 
08-06-1790
Documentation: 
Mexico. August 6, 1790. 3p. Letter. Original. Copy.

Andres Benito Courbiene (soldado). Accounting of worth of gifts and goods given to Indians in peace treaty negotiations.

Author(s): 
Courbiene, Andres Benito (Soldado)
Date: 
08-13-1790
Documentation: 
Bexar. August 13, 1790. 4p. Informe. Original. Signed.
General Subjects: 

Jacobo Ugarte y Loyola (comandante general). Copy of auto by comandante general outlining regulations for passports for travel travel by Indians and other castes and procedure for taxation.

Author(s): 
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Mariscal de Campo)
Date: 
07-02-1790
Documentation: 
Chihuagua. July 2, 1790. 13p. Auto. Copy. Dct July 2- October 9, 1790.