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Ugarte y Loyola informs Galvez of proposal to create real audiencia and results of measures taken to pacify frontier tribes.

Author(s): 
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Date: 
12-01-1783
Documentation: 
Arispe. June 2, 1787 - December 10, 1787. 18p. Informes. Copies.
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el governador del Nuevo Reyno de Leon, representa sre. hostilidades...

Author(s): 
Vaamonde, Manuel (Governador, Comandante de las Armas)
Author(s): 
Virrey Conde de Revilla Gigedo
Date: 
01-13-1791
Documentation: 
Monterrey/Mexico/Santa Rosa (valle). January 13, 1791 - August 27, 1791. 46p. Approximate letters. Copies, originals. Contingent of soldiers to conde de Revilla gigedo, preparing for a visit from conde de Revilla gigedo; nava informs of peace or better said armistice reached with lipanes vaamonde relays this info to conde and requests further instructions; detailed explanation of the peace convention reached between lipanes and Spanish with articles posed by the Spanish and indian responses to them. Articles touch on subjects of captives, geographic demarcation of settlement, land, lipane responsibility for making sure that all in their population are within the reduccion, alliance with Spanish, judicial jurisdiction, Castro orders contingent of men and details quantity of munitions and supplies to bring to go to Rio Grande area in order to battle indians; copy of letter that first appeared in file 162ah, i between ff.448-454 describing attack on Castro by escaping lipanes; further information on contingent of men requested by Castro; vaamonde writes to conde de Revilla gigedo presenting a case for the reinstitution of the two companies that were disbanded by ugalde in nuebo reyno de leon; vaamonde writing on the state of affairs with regards to military situation in nuevo leon, makes mention of failed efforts of his predecessor ugalde to reach a durable accord with Apaches, inability of military to properly defend the area, request for weapons. (O. Velez, September 1989)
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Statements by Gasiot y Miralles concerning administrative record keeping, travel restrictions, and grain industry first in this series begins with don Jacobo Ugarte y Loyola.

Author(s): 
Gasiot y Miralles, Juan (Secretario Interno)
Date: 
07-09-1790
Documentation: 
Chihuahua. July 9, 1790. 26pp. Approximate informes. Copies. On indians and other ethnic groups changing place of residence unless they have the proper certification obtainable from the local judicial body or parrish, restrictions on travel in the frontier zones, restrictions on indians settling permanently on haciendas or ranches (only seasonal labor), travel papers needed for everyone except those working for certain ministries; penalties for violating these restrictions and instruction on dissemination of this information; rules to be effected in order to correct irregularities in supply of grain that specify methods of counting grain, the distribution of surpluses, pricing policies, prioritizing groups to receive the grain, the distribution of seeds and the dissemination of this information; the lack of proper record keeping of royal announcements and decrees, how this effects the continuity that should be present during changes in administrations and appointments, fines to be exacted on officials who are remiss in these matters, and the appointment of Borica to oversee the project to remedy the situation. (O. Velez, August 1989)

don Silvestre Lopez Portillo se que se le alze la suspension de oficio, en que le puso una sentecia de muerte dada contra reos ausentes.

Author(s): 
Lopez Portillo, Silvestre
Author(s): 
Batallez
Date: 
05-14-1780
Documentation: 
Nuevo Guadalupe. May 14, 1780 - August 1, 1780. 10p. Letters, autos. Signed.
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en consideracion a que v.m. tiene ordenanzas en su causa se servira con ellas dirigir los pliegos que incluyo a sus...

Author(s): 
Ruiz Davalos, Pedro
Author(s): 
Velazquez, Juan and others
Date: 
02-06-1794
Documentation: 
Mexico. February 5, 1794. 18p. Informes, autos. Copies, transcriptions.
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Documents about idolatry of Indians. Governor Canaveral asks for instructions about what to do with Indians caught workshiping idols.

Author(s): 
Canaveral Ponce de Leon, Vicente (Gobernador)
Date: 
09-12-1768
Documentation: 
Nayarit, Mexico. September 12, 1768-October 29, 1768. 10p. Letters, informes, peticiones. Originals, signed.
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Correspondence of comandante general Neve for 1783.

Author(s): 
Neve, Phelipe de (Comandante General)
Author(s): 
Galvez, Matias de (Virrey)
Date: 
10-04-1776
Documentation: 
Arispe, Mexico. August 22, 1783 to March 3, 1784. 72p. Letters. Originals, signed.