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Domingo Cabello. Monthly report of cavalry at Bexar.

Author(s): 
Cabello, Domingo (Gobernador)
Date: 
12-31-1782
Documentation: 
San Antonio de Bexar (presidio). December 31, 1782. 3p. Informe. Original. Signed.
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Francisco Ortis. A receipt for a litro of seza (beans or fruit?).

Author(s): 
Ortis, Francisco
Date: 
05-25-1819
Documentation: 
N.p. May 25, 1819. 1p. Receipt. Original.
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Real Alencaster, Joaquin del. Criminal case against Felipe Sandoval for treason and iniciting rebellion.

Author(s): 
Real Alencaster, Joaquin del (Gobernador)
Date: 
12-06-1805
Documentation: 
Santa Fee. December 6, 1805. 56 pages. Diligencia. Original. Signed.
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Chacon, Fernando (gobernador). Report on the agriculture, industry, and commerce of New Mexico.

Author(s): 
Chacon, Fernando (Gobernador)
Date: 
08-28-1803
Documentation: 
Santa Fee. August 28, 1803. 8 pages. Informe. Original.

Salcedo, Nemesio. A letter advising the governor of New Mexico of a change in the acknowledgment of letters received by Salcedo.

Author(s): 
Salcedo, Nemesio
Date: 
02-11-1803
Documentation: 
Chihuagua. February 11, 1803. 1 pages. Letter. Original. Signed.
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Vargas, Diego de. Continued record of events of uprising.

Author(s): 
Vargas Zapata Lujan Ponze de Leon, Diego de (Governador)
Date: 
08-01-1696
Documentation: 
N.p. August 1, 1696 - November 24, 1696. 207 pages. Informe. Auto. Original. Signed. Of rebellion - five priests and more than twenty-one persons killed - another church and convent burnt; war between different indian tribes; some indians sowing maize and various melons; drought - the rio puerco dries up; livestock brought in to the aid of Santa Fe and Santa Cruz. Campaign against rebels vigorously pursued; discovery of a plot to kill the governor; hanging of captured indians; substantial victories won against the rebels; indian dwellings burnt; indian rebels stranded in the sierra, perishing of cold and hunger, and wanting to descend; horses lost, dead from extreme cold and snow storm; dead horses used as food; rebels subdued. Letter from governor to viceroy (incomplete). (Lloyd Kendall) (1980)

Jose Manuel Enriquez depositario. Cuaderno de cuentas.

Author(s): 
Enriquez, Jose Manuel (Depositario)
Date: 
01-00-1809
Documentation: 
San Joseph del Parral. Jan.-October 1809. 40p. Original. Signed.
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