The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 44, July 1940 - April, 1941 Page: 80
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their names taken from the paper that has at last been deliv-
ered to me by the Spaniards of New Orleans.
God keep Your Excellency many years.
Habana, January 18, 1816.
Most Excellent Sir
Juan Ruis de Apodaca
Most Excellent Sir Francisco Vallesteros
No. 2. Antonio de Sedella to Juan Ruiz de Apodaca, New
Orleans, November 28, 1815, and Juan Mariano Picornell to
de Apodaca, New Orleans, November 28, 1815, with postscript
of December 4, 1815, being enclosure No. 1 in de Apodaca to
Vallesteros, Havana, January 18, 1816.
Most Excellent Sir. My very dear Sir: I recommend to Your
Excellency the enclosed despatch of Don Juan Mariano Picornell,
and hope that you will have the kindness to send me a reply
entirely satisfactory to the newly converted one [Pierre Laffite],
since I am fully persuaded that he will be able to perform most
important services for His Majesty in circumstances so critical
as those we are in. May God our Master preserve Your Ex-
cellency's important life as many years as possible. New Or-
leans, November 28, 1815. Most Excellent Sir. Friar Antonio
de Sedella. Most Excellent Sir, Don Juan Ruis de Apodaca.
Most Excellent Sir: Don Luis de Onis y GonzAlez, our Min-
ister Plenipotentiary to these States, charges me on last August
8, by order of His Majesty, to watch over all the plans and
projects that are formed in this country against His Dominions,
and that I advise as to what measures may seem possible to
me to make them abortive, informing beforehand His Majes-
ty's chiefs who are concerned in order that they might prepare
to destroy them and to chastise the traitors; in compliance I
copy for Your Excellency the following despatch which I have
sent to the said Minister:
"No sooner had Toledo arrived from Boquilla de Piedra and
I saw that he had realized all of his plans and had brought
with him a Minister from the pretended Mexican republic, and
sufficient means to continue them, I thought it my duty to re-
double my vigilance and activity to learn what more was being
plotted against His Majesty in order to prevent whatever he
might. In order to achieve this object I saw clearly that, being
without pecuniary means, I would not be able to attain [my
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