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[Letter from Zavala to Victoria, December 12, 1828]

[Letter from Zavala to Victoria, December 12, 1828]

Date: December 12, 1828
Creator: Zavala, Lorenzo de
Description: Zavala to Victoria: State of affairs in Cuernavaca after the slaughter of Spaniards by troops. Offers his services to the government. Cuernavaca, December 12, 1828.
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[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Jose Maria Lobato, December 20, 1828]

[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Jose Maria Lobato, December 20, 1828]

Date: December 20, 1828
Creator: Zavala, Lorenzo de
Description: Lorenzo de Zavala to Jose Maria Lobato: Discusses plot by the federal government against Guerrero, Lobato and himself. Tlalpam, December 20, 1828.
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[Letter from (Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna) to Lorenzo de Zavala, December 30, 1828]

[Letter from (Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna) to Lorenzo de Zavala, December 30, 1828]

Date: December 30, 1828
Creator: Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de
Description: (Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna) to Lorenzo de Zavala: Discussing his political opinions and the state of the division under his command. Oaja (ca), December 30, 1828.
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[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, January 1, 1833]

[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, January 1, 1833]

Date: January 1, 1833
Creator: Mexia, Jose Antonio
Description: Mexia to Zavala: On the need to work together in order to make plans work. Arroyo S(ar)co, January 1, 1833.
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[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Jose Maria Gallegos, January 03, 1830]

[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Jose Maria Gallegos, January 03, 1830]

Date: January 3, 1830
Creator: Zavala, Lorenzo de
Description: Lorenzo de Zavala to Jose Maria Gallegos: Giving advice asked for. Believes revolution due to the shortcomings of Guerrero and his ministers and suggests Gallegos help to reestablish order. (no place) January 3, 1830.
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[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, January 16, 1833]

[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, January 16, 1833]

Date: January 16, 1833
Creator: Mexia, Jose Antonio
Description: Mexia to Zavala: Political affairs discussed; nominations for various posts. Conveys news received from friends in New York. Mexico, January 16, 1833.
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[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, January 17, 1833]

[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, January 17, 1833]

Date: January 17, 1833
Creator: Mexia, Jose Antonio
Description: Mexia to Zavala: Discussions of political affairs: the convention is to be replaced by a congress, and elections have already begun in some states. Mexico, January 17, 1833.
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[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, January 22, 1833]

[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, January 22, 1833]

Date: January 22, 1833
Creator: Mexia, Jose Antonio
Description: Mexia to Zavala: On a conversation held with Aguilera on political matters. Mexico, January 22, 1833.
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[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, January 24, 1833]

[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, January 24, 1833]

Date: January 24, 1833
Creator: Mexia, Jose Antonio
Description: Mexia to Zavala: Had heard that Zavala had died during apoplectic fit. Wants Zavala's opinion on the elections. Belief by the president that there is a conspiracy against Zavala. Mexico, January 24, 1833.
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[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, January 26, 1833]

[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, January 26, 1833]

Date: January 26, 1833
Creator: Mexia, Jose Antonio
Description: Mexia to Zavala: Wishes to know if Zavala has plans for him. Believes Zavala should request a four year extension on his colonization grant in Texas. Mexico, January 26, 1833.
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