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Miera y Pacheco

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Miera y Pacheco Letters from Portillo re: state of presidio at time of Marin del Valle's resignation. 06-10-1761
Miera y Pacheco Letters between virrey Amarillas, Marin del Valle and Portillo re: occurrences in province. 10-12-1758
Miera y Pacheco Bernardo Miera y Pacheco. Carta sobre la frontera. 10-26-1777
Miera y Pacheco Ortega, Alexandro to Romero, Domingo. Complaint against verbal mistreatment by Romero. 01-01-1788
Miera y Pacheco Indian officials (Sandia pueblo). Case against Sandia officials re: death of alleged brujo. 00-00-1796
Miera y Pacheco Miera y Pacheco, Cleto. Census of the settlements within the jurisdiction of Alameda. 00-22-1805
Miera y Pacheco Pereyro, Jose Benito. Criminal action taken against sandia Indian, San Juan, charged with having stolen church statues and altar equipment... 05-04-1805
Miera y Pacheco Bernardo Miera y Pacheco. Memorial sobre mis servicios. N.D.
Miera y Pacheco Bernardo Miera y Pacheco al Jose de Galvez. Carta sobre Nueva Mexico y la frontera. Sides. 10-26-1777
Miera y Pacheco Joseph Fresquis. Litigation over 18 peso debt-Joseph Fresquis s contra Antonio Gallegos sobre el complimento de un trato. 04-28-1753
Miera y Pacheco . Census figures for Las Huertas and Bernalillo. 00-00-1802
Miera y Pacheco Pereyro, Jose Benito. Criminal action taken against sandia Indian, San Juan, charged with having stolen church statues and altar equipment... 05-04-1805
Miera y Pacheco Miera y Pacheco, Cleto de to Manrique, Jose. Testimony and writs in assault case. 06-07-1811
Miera y Pacheco Trugillo, Jose. Criminal action against Jose Trugillo, charged with having deflowered Maria de las Nieves Miera. She did not want Trugillo... 05-16-1805
Miera y Pacheco Aragon, Jose Manuel to Real Alencaster, Joaquin del. Reporting on Baca's absence in the Rio Avajo and his failure to return to his... 05-29-1805
Miera y Pacheco Joachin Codallos y Rabal. An order for specified settlers to prepare themselves for a four month campaign. 08-04-1747