The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 50, July 1946 - April, 1947 Page: 496
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Juan Bapptista de Iparraguirre v. Gabriel Costales, suit to obtain pay-
ment for carrying mail from La Bahia to San Antonio, plus assistance
rendered in settling accounts of soldiers at La Bahia. Proceedings incom-
plete. May 25-August 6, 1735. 58 pp.
Gabriel Costales v. Joseph de Vrrutia, demanding that Vrrutia be forced
to comply with his agreement concerning transportation of harness and
gunpowder from Boca de Leones to the presidio at La Bahia. Decided in
favor of Costales. June 10-30, 1735. 34 pp.
Anttonia Lusgardia ernandes v. Miguel Nufiez Morillo, demanding that
he return her boy. Decided in her favor. August 9, 1735. 5 pp.
Power of attorney by soldiers stationed in the presidio of San Antonio
de Bexar, authorizing their commanding officer, Capt. Don Joseph de
Vrrutia, or Don Juan de Angulo, a Mexico City merchant, to collect their
annual salary and apply 12,000 pesos thereof on Vrrutia's taxes. Vrrutia
will then reimburse the soldiers in merchandise from his general store in
San Antonio. Good census of soldiers stationed in San Antonio at that
time. September 25-28, 1735. 12 pp.
Volume VIII, January 24, 1736-May 24, 1736
Joachin Miguel de Anzurez to the viceroy, Don Juan de Vizarron y
Eguiarreta, presenting complaints of officials and settlers of San Fernando
against Governor Manuel de Sandoval. The viceroy orders Sandoval to
comply with regulations relative to distribution of lands and water and
other rights of settlers. January 24-March 15, 1736. 20 pp.
Order from Viceroy Vizarron y Eguiarreta to Governor Sandoval for
release of the courier Aparicio Ximenez. January 24-March 12, 1736. 4 pp.
Joachin Miguel de Anzurez to the viceroy, asking for release of clients
imprisoned by Governor Sandoval. The viceroy orders release of prisoners,
grants permission to the chief constable to go to Saltillo, authorizes pay-.
ment by vouchers at current prices for corn and other grains purchased for
troops, and resolves that in the sale of vegetables and fruit from their
gardens the presidios of San Antonio, los Adays, and Vahia del Espiritu
Santo shall give preference to the captains thereof. January 24-September
22, 1736. 19 pp.
Miguel Nufiez Morillo obligates himself as surety for amount owed by
Fermin de Ybiricu to Francisco Fernandez de Rumayor. April 4, 1736. 5 pp.
Joseph Antonio Rodriguez v. Captain Joseph de Vrrutia, demanding
payment of amount owed by the latter. Decision in favor of Rodriguez.
April 23-30, 1736. 12 pp.
Cayettano Peres v. Antonio Rodriges Mederos, demanding that Rodriges
complete Peres' house according to specifications and reimburse Peres for
expenses and damages. Proceedings incomplete. May 24-June 18, 1736.
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