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[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Laisne de Vildeveque, January 30, 1830]

[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Laisne de Vildeveque, January 30, 1830]

Date: January 30, 1830
Creator: Zavala, Lorenzo de
Description: Lorenzo de Zavala to Laisne de Vildeveque: Introducing himself to the father of a friend. Discusses the political condition of the country and the possibility of his leaving in the near future. Mexico, January 30, 1830
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[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, February 13, 1833]

[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, February 13, 1833]

Date: February 13, 1833
Creator: Mexia, Jose Antonio
Description: Mexia to Zavala: On meeting with Pedraza, Angulo, Farias and others on what is being accomplished. Hopes Zavala will join the new Congress. Mexico, February 13, 1833.
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[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, February 20, 1833]

[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, February 20, 1833]

Date: February 20, 1833
Creator: Mexia, Jose Antonio
Description: Mexia to Zavala: On reorganization of the opposition. On how Pedraza's quest to make everyone a friend will back-fire. Mexico, February 20, 1833.
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[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, February 22, 1833]

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

Date: February 22, 1833
Creator: Mexia, Jose Antonio
Description: Mexia to Zavala: Congratulates Zavala on his election as governor of Mexico. On his hopes for being elected to the Senate. Mexico, February 22, 1833.
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[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, February 23, 1833]

[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, February 23, 1833]

Date: February 23, 1833
Creator: Mexia, Jose Antonio
Description: Mexia to Zavala: On the attacks made on him by Mssr. Heredia and Macedo. Indicating that charge that he wishes to become lieutenant governor in order to subvert Zavala's position is false. Mexico, February 23, 1833.
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[Letter from Ministere de la Grande Cresorerie to Zavala, March 12, 1834]

[Letter from Ministere de la Grande Cresorerie to Zavala, March 12, 1834]

Date: March 12, 1834
Creator: Ministere de la Grande Cresorerie
Description: Ministere de la Grande Cresorerie to Zavala: Sending Zavala a collection of works of the Ordre de Temple. Paris, March 12, 1834.
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[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, March 15, 1833]

[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, March 15, 1833]

Date: March 15, 1833
Creator: Mexia, Jose Antonio
Description: Mexia to Zavala: On the problems of getting enough elected members of the new Congress to open its sessions. Mexico, March 15, 1833.
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[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, March 22, 1833]

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

Date: March 22, 1833
Creator: Mexia, Jose Antonio
Description: Mexia to Zavala: On the elections for president and vice president and the need for Zavala to come to Mexico City to help organize the party. On Santa Anna's unwillingness to come being the best thing, since Gomez Farias is better suited to the tasks at hand. Mexico, March 22, 1833.
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[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, March 30, 1833]

[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, March 30, 1833]

Date: March 30, 1833
Creator: Mexia, Jose Antonio
Description: Mexia to Zavala: On his need for credentials in order to take up his post, and again asking Zavala to come to the capital. Mexico, March 30, 1833.
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[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, April 11, 1833]

[Letter from Mexia to Zavala, April 11, 1833]

Date: April 11, 1833
Creator: Mexia, Jose Antonio
Description: Mexia to Zavala: On the continued lack of a quorum, but indicates new members arriving. Mexico, April 11, 1833.
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