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 Decade: 1820-1829
 Collection: Lorenzo de Zavala Online: Empresario, Statesman and Texas Revolutionary
[Letter from Jose Maria Viesca, October 13, 1829]

[Letter from Jose Maria Viesca, October 13, 1829]

Date: October 13, 1829
Creator: Viesca, Jose Maria
Description: Letter from Jose Maria Viesca to Lorenzo de Zavala: Tlalpam, October 13, 1829.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Letter from (Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna) to Lorenzo de Zavala, October 07, 1829]

[Letter from (Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna) to Lorenzo de Zavala, October 07, 1829]

Date: October 7, 1829
Creator: Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de
Description: (Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna) to Lorenzo de Zavala: Expressing shock at Zavala's attack on him in Zavala's newspaper El correo, of September 24, 1829. Reasons why he believes Zavala is wrong. Veracruz, October 7, 1829.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Letter from Manuel to Veramendi, September 30, 1829]

[Letter from Manuel to Veramendi, September 30, 1829]

Date: September 30, 1829
Creator: Manuel
Description: Letter from Manuel to Veramendi, September 30, 1829, referring to the triumph against the Spaniards. Reference to: Invention of Perinoll(?); charges against Zavala; passport of Poinsett; promotion of Lieutenant Colonel Palomino and Colonel Basadre; Santa Anna.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Alejandro Baring, September 19, 1829]

[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Alejandro Baring, September 19, 1829]

Date: September 19, 1829
Creator: Zavala, Lorenzo de
Description: Lorenzo de Zavala to Alejandro Baring: On Mexico's foreign debt. September 19, 1829.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Letter from Santa Anna to Zavala, August 24, 1829]

[Letter from Santa Anna to Zavala, August 24, 1829]

Date: August 24, 1829
Creator: Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de
Description: Santa Anna to Zavala: On acceptance of recommendation of Angel Cabrera and on the defeat of the Spanish forces. Pueblo Viejo, August 24, 1829.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Letter from Santa Anna, August 4, 1829]

[Letter from Santa Anna, August 4, 1829]

Date: August 4, 1829
Creator: Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de
Description: Santa Anna to Zavala: Announcing the arrival of the Spanish invasion and his plans to meet it. Veracruz, August 4, 1829.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Letter from Santa Anna to Zavala, July 29, 1829]

[Letter from Santa Anna to Zavala, July 29, 1829]

Date: July 29, 1829
Creator: unknown
Description: Santa Anna to Zavala: That Gaspar Antonio Rodriquez be paid the sum he used in performing a service for the government in Yucatan. Veracruz, July 29, 1829.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Letter from Santa Anna to Zavala, July 29, 1829]

[Letter from Santa Anna to Zavala, July 29, 1829]

Date: July 29, 1829
Creator: Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de
Description: Santa Anna to Zavala: On the situation at the customs house at Veracruz. On Zavala's resignation from the Cabinet and his better usefulness as governor of Mexico State. Veracruz, July 29, 1829.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Letter from Santa Anna to Zavala, July 24, 1829]

[Letter from Santa Anna to Zavala, July 24, 1829]

Date: July 24, 1829
Creator: Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de
Description: Santa Anna to Zavala: On political activity in the capital, and rejecting the idea of a military solution. Expresses continued concern for defenses. On Zavala's resignation from the Cabinet. Veracruz, July 24, 1829.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Stephen F. Austin to Lorenzo de Zavala, Minister of the Treasury

Stephen F. Austin to Lorenzo de Zavala, Minister of the Treasury

Date: July 23, 1829
Creator: Austin, S. F. (Stephen F.)
Description: Transcribing his communication to the political chief of Texas relative to forwarding his map of Texas to the president of Mexico. Indicates that a copy of the map in English had been sent to Philadelphia for publication but that the version sent to Mexico was more complete and accurate. 7/23/1829 126/4, p. 34
Contributing Partner: Texas General Land Office
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