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Letters from above authors concerning the establishment of the mission at Basanopa first in this series begins with numero 107.

Author(s): 
Merino, Manuel
Author(s): 
Nava, Pedro de
Author(s): 
Puertollano, Ysidoro de (Padre)
Author(s): 
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Author(s): 
Lorenzo, Estevan (Obispo de Durango)
Date: 
07-12-1791
Documentation: 
Chihuagua/Mexico/Monterey/aripe. July 12, 1792 - November 28, 1792. 44p. Approximate letters. Originals/copies. Surrounding communities of the San Xavier mission of baborigame and how the indians are not receiving the proper religious instruction because the priest has so far to travel and a recommendation that another mission be established under same synod; gives population statistics; recommendation of Borica that mission be established in basanopa and have under its jurisdiction the communities of tohallana, cinco llagas, and tenoriba, gives distances from the existing mission of all the communities; sealed letter that gives sanction to the plans for mission establishment, urges nava to keep conde informed on developments; the sum of 390 pesos associated with the annual synod payment and relating this information to the junta superior; the fiscales of the junta superior signing of a letter approving sum of 390 pesos for establishment of mission; letter of the real hazienda taking note of the letter of the junta superior; request for the involvement and cooperation of obispo of Durango in this project; cone's order to have the intendente of area give nava the 390 pesos for the annual synod and also the request made to obispo de Durango that he cooperate with nava in this establishment; letter to intendente requesting the 390 pesos; bishop of Durango's concern that mission in question May not be operational due to lack of priests or religious personnel, mentions various orders like the colegio de Zacatecas, recoleccion de San Diego, and colegio religiosos fransiscos recolectos de pachuca, the latter the only one capable of providing personnel but problematic since they provide personnel to the entire area known as the frontera, notes that he currently has 19 religious establishments (missions and presidios) without the necessary personnel to man them; letter written by conde outlining needs and requests of the bishop in previous letter addressed to el fiscal de la real hazienda; letter sent to puertollano complying with request to inform him as to how many people he May have available for bishop's use, advises him that document signed in Madrid prohibits him from sending out additional personnel for the purpose of servicio de doctrinas, curatos and others related to conversiones and reducciones, gives number of priests under his command and describes demands made on such a small group, informs conde that he has sent out 5 misioneros to him and that unless he is allowed to recruit priests from europe he will not be able to meet the needs of both the bishops of Durango and linares; sealed letter by merino advising him of above letter and the prohibition of using the 5 religiosos mentioned earlier for curatos y doctrinas; letter from conde to obispo de Durango telling him what the response has been to the request made of puertollano; transmittal of information to puertollano on the use of the 5 religiosos he has provided lorenzo; nava's informing virrey that he will begin with the establishment of the mission on his return from vizcaya. (O. Velez, February 1989)
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Letter from Uglade concerning physical and military conditions in Santa Rosa including troop reform and Indian relations.

Author(s): 
Ugalde, Juan de
Author(s): 
Florez, Manuel Antonio (Virrey)
Date: 
12-26-1788
Documentation: 
Santa Rosa. December, 26, 1788-February 1, 1789. 14p. Letters. Signed.
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Informes from governors in Coahuila to viceroy containing suggestions for new method of mission government.

Author(s): 
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo de
Author(s): 
Rodriguez, Vicente
Date: 
11-12-1772
Documentation: 
November 12, 1772-November 21, 1773. 40p. Informe. Copy.
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Provision interina del govierno de la colonia del Nuevo Santander en el teniente coronel don Manuel Munoz.

Author(s): 
Munoz, Manuel (Teniente Coronel)
Author(s): 
Bonilla, Antonio
Author(s): 
Valenzuela
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
12-15-1773
Documentation: 
Nuevo Santander. February 15, 1788-October 27, 1789. 36p. (Approx) Instancias, letters. Signed, unsigned, copies, originals.

Gonsales de Paredes' correspondence re: division of sheep hacienda lands.

Author(s): 
Gonsales de Paredes, Pedro Jose
Author(s): 
Valiente, Pedro
Author(s): 
Mangino, Fernando Jose Hacienda Lands.
Date: 
00-07-1770
Documentation: 
Padilla, Mexico. November 21, 1973 - September 24, 1778. 6p. Letters, copies.
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Lopez requests lands and describes area for establishment of Horcasitas mission for palalhueque reduccion.

Author(s): 
Lopez de la Ugular, Vicente (Fray)
Author(s): 
Gonzales de Santianes, Vicente (Gobernador)
Author(s): 
Oyaruide, Antonio Joseph de
Date: 
04-29-1775
Documentation: 
Horcasitas, San Carlos, Mexico, and others. April 29, 1775 - March 11, 1776. 42p. Letters, autos, sketch. Originals, signed.
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Testimonies relating to conduct of defunct Joseph Escandon and transfer of his title.

Author(s): 
Areche
Author(s): 
Valcarcel, Domingo
Author(s): 
Gorraez, Joseph de
Date: 
10-23-1749
Documentation: 
Mexico. June 29, 1763 - May 6, 1775. 56p. Letters, autos. Originals, signed, copies.
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Series of autos dealing with the conquest and reorganization of the provincias of San Luis Cololtlan 1773-1777.

Author(s): 
Torres, Alejandro de
Author(s): 
Gatuno, Josef Xavier
Author(s): 
Gonzalez, Mathias and others
Date: 
11-06-1773
Documentation: 
Colotlan, San Francisco de Valero. November 6, 1773-June 9, 1777. 34p. Letters, informes, autos. Originals, signed, copies.
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