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Soldier Lucas Rodriguez tried for desertion and running out on loan

Author(s): 
Arze, Jose Antonio de
Author(s): 
Alvarez, Ricardo
Author(s): 
Ortega, Antonio de
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and others
Date: 
19-06-1819
Documentation: 
Guajuquilla-Mexico. May 19, 1819-June 21, 1820. 34p. Relations. Originals. Signed.
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Juan Alarcon, Juan Ornelas, Santiago Mesa and Andres Gonzales are tried for the crime of desertion

Author(s): 
Balza Viguni, Antonio
Author(s): 
Garcia, Gabriel
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Sainz Ortiz, Fadeo
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and others
Date: 
02-28-1818
Documentation: 
Durango-Mexico. February 28, 1989-June 19, 1820. 72p. Letters. Originals. Copies. Signed.
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providencias para que Marche a Durango un oficial con pequena partida de dragones, reciva el quartel, e intervenga en las obras de pesebas y demas que puedan necesitarse

Author(s): 
Mendinueta, Pedro
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Flores, Manuel Antonio (Virrey)
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Dias de Hortega, Phelipe
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and others
Date: 
08-27-1788
Documentation: 
Durango, Mexico. August 27, 1788-December 30, 1788. 90p. Informes. Signed. Originals. Copies.
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Third notebook of charges and ect. concerning Josef Carlos Rubalcaba who named himself king of Nueva Viscaya

Author(s): 
Galindo, Francisco
Author(s): 
Quevedo, Jose de
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Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio de
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and others
Date: 
10-18-1771
Documentation: 
Mexico. October 18, 1771-July 28, 1773. 96p. Autos. Originals. Signed.
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Third notebook concerning Joseph Carlos Rubalcaba, tlaxcaltecan who crowned himself king of Nueva Vizcaya.

Author(s): 
Lopez Padilla, Nicholas
Author(s): 
Croix, Marques de
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Garraez, Joseph de
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and others
Date: 
09-06-1771
Documentation: 
San Sebastian, copala. September 6, 1771-February 15, 1772. 45p. Letters. Autos. Signed.
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Series of judicial documents about conflict between government officials in San Antonio de Bejar. Conflict arose out of some orders disobeyed by municipal authorities

Author(s): 
Sandoval, Manuel de
Author(s): 
Urrutia, Joseph
Author(s): 
Hoyos, Domingo de
Date: 
04-14-1735
Documentation: 
San Fernando, San Antonio de Bejar, Mexico. April 14, 1735-January 24, 1736. 76p. Letters, informes, autos, peticiones. Signed, copies.
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Letters and other documents concerning peace negotiations with the lipanes de Abajo and other matters first in this series begins with relacion que manifiesta.

Author(s): 
Vasquez, Francisco
Author(s): 
Trevino, Antonio (Sargento)
Author(s): 
Munoz, Manuel (Governador de Texas)
Date: 
01-20-1791
Documentation: 
Bahia del spiritu santo, San Antonio de Bexar. January 20, 1791- May 25, 1791. 34pp. Approximate. Letters, relaciones. Copies, originals. Lipanes that include corn and salt; attempted meeting between sas and commandante general will not occur until sas receives word on lipanes in San Antonio; aga informs military that sas is not authorized to accept or reject peace that is responsibility of canoso and he is currently occupied with war against other nations; another obstacle to peace is the accusation by lipanes that ugalde aided comanches against lipanes; lipanes request gunpowder; munoz states that he has gotten cooperation from lipanes and seeks nava's cooperation in supplying indians with some of the goods requested, possible French involvement in the intertribal wars among indians; letter informing that munoz has come to an agreement with lipanes de arriba and has sent emissaries from this last group to persuade the lipanes de Abajo to comply by resettling where they previously were - the other side of Arroyo del atascoso; has authorized the use of force (aided by Spanish supplies) to compel lipanes de Abajo to accept peace treaty, also mentions possible use of comanches to do the same is another option; talks of some of the military obstacles that May be encountered in forcing lipanes; meeting held with sias and others with translators explaining peace treaty and their acceptance of the same. (O. Velez, September 1989)
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