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Correspondence between virrey and Corbalan concerning Seri settlement at Pitic.

Author(s): 
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Author(s): 
Corbalan, Pedro (Intendente de Sonora)
Date: 
12-24-1772
Documentation: 
Alamos. April 21, 1773 and September 7, 1773. 13pp. Relacion. Signed.

ano de 1771. Varios de Coaguila.

Author(s): 
Lizarraras y Xallo, Luis (Capellan)
Author(s): 
Rabago y Theran, Phelipe de (Capitan)
Author(s): 
Nuin, Nicolas de
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
09-25-1771
Documentation: 
Coahuila. September 25, 1771 - February 19, 1792. 24p. Letters, drafts. Signed.
General Subjects: 

Folio 224 reads decretos folio 225 begins Mexico 21 de octubre de 1757 founding of presidio at Santa Rosa del Alcazan and correspondence with justice chief of San Fernando requesting that Ortiz Parrilla remain in San Saba.

Author(s): 
Lopes, Alverto
Author(s): 
Maza, Santiago de la
Author(s): 
Castro, Marcos de
Author(s): 
Others
Date: 
06-22-1757
Documentation: 
Mexico. June 22, 1757 - November 10, 1760. 18p. Informes. Signed.
General Subjects: 

testimonio dela real junta sobre el nuevo...

Author(s): 
Gorraez, Jose de
Author(s): 
Mangino, Fernando
Author(s): 
Bucari y Ursua, Antonio Maria
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
07-23-1773
Documentation: 
Mexico. July 23, 1773. 16p. Testimonio. Copies.
General Subjects: 

Four groups of documents concerning new presidios and missions in Nueva California.

Author(s): 
Hijosa, Francisco
Author(s): 
Costanjo, Miguel
Author(s): 
Mora, Vicente de (Padre Presidente)
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
09-17-1773
Documentation: 
Loreto, San Diego, San Blas, Mexico. September 17, 1773 to December 27, 1774. 46p. Instancia. notas. Sketch. Providencia. Letters. Originals. Signed. Orders investigation of origin of piece of wood found on beach near carmelo mission (sketched in f. 58). Costanjo summarizes possibilities of Spanish and foreign ships in area. Discussion of what is known of asian techniques for ship construction. Final opinion is that mast is from paquebot san Josef. Ff. 63-67 concern occupation and foundation of San Francisco presidio. Troops to be chosen and come with moncada from Sonora. Details provided on supplies, routes, etc. For expedition through Sonora. Ff. 68-73 details provision of mules, cattle and other necessities for Monterrey and San Diego missions. Useful information on quantities, ultimate destinations, notice of receipts, specific ships' cargos and animal casualties in route. Ff. 74-78 is instancia by pp. Fr. Mora of need to inspect and register boxes of supplies destined to nueva California from vieja. Suspicions of thefts from his missions. explains delay in supplies reaching San Diego and Monterrey for lack of mules. (J. M. Johnson, June 1989)