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El rey. Real cedula de su majestad sobre la educacion, truto y ocupaciones de los esclavos en todos sus dominios.

Date: 
03-00-1790
Documentation: 
Mexico (Ciudad). March 1790. Cedula. Original.
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Marques de Aranda. Return of escaped slave to French Louisiana.

Author(s): 
Aranda, Marques de
Date: 
04-00-1758
Documentation: 
Mexico (Ciudad). April-July, 1758. Auto. Original. Signed.
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Y Joseph Sains y Seballos.

Author(s): 
Guerra y Valades, Domingo
Date: 
02-02-1750
Documentation: 
San Fernando. February 2, 1750. Letter. Auto. Peticion.
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Antonio Rodriquez Mederos vs. Pedro del Barrio Junco y Espriella, Vicente Albares Trabieso and Francisco de Arroyo. Documents demanding exile of Albares Travieso and Jose de Arroyo from San Fernando.

Author(s): 
Rodriguez Mederos, Antonio (Regidor)
Date: 
07-19-1749
Documentation: 
Mexico/san Fernando. July 19, 1749-November 6, 1750. 41p. Auto. Peticion. Original. Signed.
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Bando prohibiting buying of slaves in africa and gives freedom to those arriving after May 30, 1820.

Date: 
04-29-1818
Documentation: 
Mexico. April 29, 1818. Bando.
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Royal cedula on treatment and conditions of slaves.

Author(s): 
Charles IV
Date: 
05-31-1789
Documentation: 
Aranjuez. May 31, 1789. Cedula. Conditions, housing, feeding, education, marriage, elderly, punishment, etc.
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Ruiz de Apodaca y Eliza, Juan. Prohibition of the slave trade.

Author(s): 
Ruiz de Apodaca y Eliza, Juan (Virrey)
Date: 
12-17-1817
Documentation: 
Madrid, Mexico. March 29, 1818. 1 pages. Cedula. Copy. Dct December 17, 1817.
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Manrrique, Joseph. Yuta request for military aid, and law prohibiting Indian slavery.

Author(s): 
Manrrique, Joseph
Date: 
10-05-1812
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. October 5, 1812. 4 pages. Relacion. Auto. Original. Signed. Troops to aid in reprisals against certain tribes of the north and a reiteration of the law against the acquisition by any means, of indian slaves and of any trade in such salves, with exhortation to the vigorous enforcement of the law and the punishment of violators. Attached are the signatures of the alcaldes signifying that they have published the order as required. (Lloyd Kendall) (1980)

Manrique, Jose. Concerning captured foreigners suspected of being spies.

Author(s): 
Manrique, Jose (Gobernador)
Date: 
03-31-1810
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. March 31, 1810. 15 pages. Letter. Original. Draft.
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N/Salcedo, Nemesio to Chacon, Fernando. Cover letter for a royal cedula continuing the free trade in negro slaves.

Author(s): 
Salcedo, Nemesio
Date: 
09-25-1804
Documentation: 
Chihuahua. September 25, 1804. 1 pages. Letter. Original. Signed.