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 Collection: Lorenzo de Zavala Online: Empresario, Statesman and Texas Revolutionary
[Draft of letter from Valentin Gomez Farias to Crescencio Rejón]

[Draft of letter from Valentin Gomez Farias to Crescencio Rejón]

Date: November 19, 1844
Creator: Gomez Farias, Valentin
Description: Rough draft of an unfinished letter, to Crescencio Rejón from Valentin Gomez Farias, on necessity of a change in Mexico. ] New Orleans
Contributing Partner: University of Texas
[Draft of letter from Valentin Gomez Farias to General Adrian Woll, Noveber 22, 1844]

[Draft of letter from Valentin Gomez Farias to General Adrian Woll, Noveber 22, 1844]

Date: November 22, 1844
Creator: Gomez Farias, Valentin
Description: Draft of letter from Valentin Gomez Farias to General Adrian Woll, discussing the evil brought to Mexico by Santa Anna.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas
[Letter from Baradere to Valentin Gomez Farias, April 2, 1836]

[Letter from Baradere to Valentin Gomez Farias, April 2, 1836]

Date: April 2, 1836
Creator: Baradere
Description: Letter from Baradere to Valentin Gomez Farias, being thankful to him for his attention, and being sorry that Zavala gave up his Mexican citizenship.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas
[Letter from Mariano Arizcorreta to Valentin Gomez Farias, August 6, 1833]

[Letter from Mariano Arizcorreta to Valentin Gomez Farias, August 6, 1833]

Date: August 6, 1833
Creator: Arizcorreta, Maro.
Description: Letter from Mariano Arizcorreta to Valentin Gomez Farias, about the probable arrival on the insurrectionists to San Gabriel.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas
[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Valentin Gomez Farias, January 13, 1834]

[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Valentin Gomez Farias, January 13, 1834]

Date: January 13, 1834
Creator: Zavala, Lorenzo de
Description: Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Valentin Gomez Farias, January 13, 1834.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas
[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Valentin Gomez Farias, July 7, 1833]

[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Valentin Gomez Farias, July 7, 1833]

Date: July 7, 1833
Creator: Zavala, Lorenzo de
Description: Letter to V.G. Farías, announcing that it has determined to transfer to Lerma the powers of the State, to avoid a surprise
Contributing Partner: University of Texas
[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Valentin Gomez Farias, October 11, 1834]

[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Valentin Gomez Farias, October 11, 1834]

Date: October 11, 1834
Creator: Zavala, Lorenzo de
Description: Lorenzo de Zavala to Valentin Gomez Farias: On the politics surrounding Andrew Jackson and the Bank of the United States. On General Paez's efforts to obtain Spanish recognition of Venezuelan independence and on rumors that Mexico will declare war on Spain if it does not recognize the former's independence. N(ew) York, October 11, 1834.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Valentin Gomez Farias, September 1, 1828]

[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Valentin Gomez Farias, September 1, 1828]

Date: September 1, 1828
Creator: Zavala, Lorenzo de
Description: Lorenzo de Zavala to Valentin Gomez Farias: On the political ideology of General Gomez Pedraza. Tlalpam, September 1, 1828.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Letter from Baradere to de Valle, February 3, 1836]

[Letter from Baradere to de Valle, February 3, 1836]

Date: February 3, 1836
Creator: Baradere
Description: Letter from Baradere to de Valle, February 3, 1836. Discussing letters to Mexia, the triumph of Farias and inactivity of de Zavala.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas
[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.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
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