The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 35, July 1931 - April, 1932 Page: 76
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de San Juan de la Baqueria, hacienda of the Sefiores Marqueses
de Pato; through El Jaguei and the Puerto del Capulin, and came
to La Tinajuela in a big shower.
On the 2nd we passed through the Puerto del Frayle, through
the point of Santa Elena, through Puerto de Alcalados, through
the Vagio de Santiago, and came to the Cerritos del Canutillos.
The 3rd we passed through the Puerto de Canutillo, through the
Bagio de la Hacienda de Bonanza, El Durasno, through the
Jaguey del Sefior San Joseph, and came to the Hacienda de
Cedros. I delivered what they had loaned me for the road, six
mules, two out-fits and one gun.
On the 4th we passed through El Barral and arrived at the
Jaguey (a large pool or basin) in sight of Los Cedros, which is
On the 5th we passed through Calzones; through the Cande-
laria, and arrived at the Jaguey del Potrillo.
On the 6th we passed through the Hacienda de Grufiidora;
through Minillos, and came to Arroyo Seco.
On the 7th we passed through the Salto del Gato, through
Agua Nueva and came to El Salto del Loreto.
On the 8th we passed through the Puerto de Agua Nueva, El
Durasno, El Burro, and reached Tenango.
On the 9th we passed through Las Cafias, El Rosillo, and
reached El Burgo de San Cosme. We remained at this place on
The 11th we passed in the Hacienda de Vafion.
The 12th we passed through Laguna Seca, through Matapulgas,
through Maguelletes, through Tusaya, through Guti6rrez, through
Los Hornillos, and arrived at the Hacienda de la Sauceda, where
they take out silver.
On the 13th we passed through Los Tecolotes, through Guer-
reros, and came back to the Holy College of Our Lady of Guada-
lupe. Thanks and praise be given to God, Our Lord, through
all eternity in heaven and in earth, who has given me such great
and peculiar benefits without my deserving them, only because of
His goodness and infinite mercy; for all of which may He be
praised, glorified and blessed through all the centuries. Amen i
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