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Letters from Riego and Garcia Conde informing virrey the problems in Chihuahua, and the problems of transfering capitania general to Chihuahua.

Serial Number: 
041-04249
Title: 
Letters from Riego and Garcia Conde informing virrey the problems in Chihuahua, and the problems of transfering capitania general to Chihuahua.
Author(s): 
Garcia Conde, Alexo (Gobernador)
Author(s): 
Riego, Manuel Benito del
Author(s): 
Uria, Jose
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
01-11-1820
Date: 
10-17-1820
Documentation: 
Chihuahua. January 11, 1820-October 17, 1820. 24p. Letters, informes. Originals, signed.
Summary: 
Letters from Chihuahua to the virrey regarding the problems between the comandante and tesorero; others from Durango explaining the reasons why Garcia conde has not moved to Chihuhua. Summary of the petitions made by ayuntamiento de Chihuahua from February 15, 1814 until 1820. Letter informing the virrey that the prisoners convicted of conspiracy were not sent to prison but are being kept by Bonavia in Durango. (D. Bautista, December 1989)
Persons: 
Garcia Conde, Alexo (Gobernador)
Persons: 
Uria, Jose
Persons: 
Falco, Ramon (Comandante)
Persons: 
Tamariz, Francisco de Paula (Tesorero)
Persons: 
Villaesensa, Pedro (Comandante)
Persons: 
Marichalar, Jose Joaquin (Alcalde)
Persons: 
Riego, Manuel Benito del
Persons: 
Venadito, Conde del (Virrey)
Persons: 
Ochoa, Gaspar
Persons: 
Trespalacios, Jose Felix
Persons: 
Arrieta, Jose Maria
Persons: 
Cavallero, Juan Pablo
Places: 
Babispe (Presidio)
Places: 
Chihuahua
Places: 
Durango
Ethnic Groups: 
Opatas
Ethnic Groups: 
Angloamericanos
Military Groups: 
Babispe, Tropa
First Location: 
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 186 ff. 116-128
Original Location: 
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 186 ff. 116-128
Language: 
Spanish
Reference Number: 
18600005
Rights: 
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