The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 60, July 1956 - April, 1957 Page: 281
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Diary of Pedro Josd de la Fuente 281
On the nineteenth Corporal Juan Baptista Guzmin and the
ten soldiers who compose his command were detached from this
royal presidio to guard our village of Carrizal, which Corporal
Xavier MArquez guards at present with his command. As soon
as GuzmAn arrives, [MArquez] will return to this royal garrison.
On the twenty-eighth there returned to this royal garrison
Corporal Xavier MArquez with the squad under his command.
He informs me that there were no incidents in the village of
Carrizal and there were none on the road, notwithstanding [the
fact] that more than one hundred tracks of enemy Apaches were
observed, who had departed for the kingdom of [Nueva] Vizcaya
and almost a like number returning toward the Sierra de Gila.
This news was given him at the Hacienda de Nuestra Sefiora del
Carmen de Pefia Blanca.
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