[Announcement from José María Echeagaray]

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Copy of an announcement from Spain promulgated by José María Echeagaray. The documents discuss new officials sworn in according to the new constitution, and a decree concerning the publication of the new constitution.

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[42] p. ; 31 cm.

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Creator: Unknown. 1820-07~.

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Copy of an announcement from Spain promulgated by José María Echeagaray. The documents discuss new officials sworn in according to the new constitution, and a decree concerning the publication of the new constitution.

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[42] p. ; 31 cm.

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Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from San Luis Potosí; Date: August 8, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; desertion of D. Rafael Arzea."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: August 12, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; indications regarding the new constitution, elections."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: August 12, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; laws of 1812 regarding forests, use of wood etc. remain in force."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: August 16, 1820 and August 22, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; all current justices continue in office until the constitutional city councils are installed; reinstates the institutions established by the Courts of Cádiz in 1812; "councils" suppressed; war tribunal reinstated; new officers named."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: August 22, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; King reestablished Secretariste of Cortes and returns all documents confiscated in 1814."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: August 26, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; Amnesty granted to all Anglo-Americans who helped insurgents or did not have passports."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: October 2, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; special tribunal for religious matters reestablished."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: October 2, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; several officers involved in 1819 rebellion (Spain) reinstated."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: October 2, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; All decrees of Cortes re government in the Americas are valid."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos/from Spain; Date: October 3,, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; laws on salaries, etc. remain as decreed in 1809 and 1810."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: October 3, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; King abolishes titles, etc. according to decrees of Cortes in 1812 and 1813."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: October 3, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; Inquisition abolished; freedom of press restored."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: October 4, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; reestablished the judicial septem set up by the Cortes."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos; Date: October 5, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; all judicial accounts report to the Secretary of the Treasury."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: October 5, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; regulations regarding official paper (with King's seal)."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: October 5, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; King repeats the decree of the Cortes abolishing personal or forced service of the Indians in America."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: December 23, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; all former officials should be reinstated, and elections held for the Cortes of 1822-1823."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: October 7, 1820; From: Juan Ma Echeagaray; payment and privileges of returned or disabled military personnel."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: October 28, 1820; From: Juan M. Echeagaray; notification of deputies elected to be installed in Monterrey."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from San Luis Potosí; Date: October 7, 1820; From: J. M. Echeagaray; decree to celebrate the King's oath of allegiance to the Constitution."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: November 6, 1820; From: José [Juan] M. Echeagaray; announces May 2 as a day of special national commemoration."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: November 7, 1820; From: José [Juan] M. Echeagaray; regulations concerning filling official positions."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: November 7, 1820; From: José [Juan] M. Echeagaray; all Frenchmen being detained for political reasons should be released."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: November 11, 1820; From: José [Juan] M. Echeagaray; regulations for forming militia."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: November 11, 1820; From: José [Juan] M. Echeagaray; Cortes for 1820, 1821 have been installed; King has sworn allegiance to the Constitution."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: November 14, 1820; From: José [Juan] M. Echeagaray; Native Americans should recognize the authority of Spain only."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: November 15, 1820; From: José [Juan] M. Echeagaray; regular clergy may apply for parish positions; those who left convents are free to return to them and others who wish to secularize may do so with equal rights."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: November 16, 1820; From: José [Juan] M. Echeagaray; new regulations regarding the Public Treasury."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: November 18, 1820; From: José [Juan] M. Echeagaray; punishment by whipping forbidden."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: November 18, 1820; From: José [Juan] M. Echeagaray; church collections do not come under civil authority."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: November 18, 1820; From: José [Juan] M. Echeagaray; free enterprise allowed; former restrictions removal."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: November 7, 1820; From: José [Juan] M. Echeagaray; Concerning elections and municipal governments. Three decrees of the Cortes cited textually now in force again."

Additional information: "Provenance: San Carlos - from Spain; Date: December 15, 1820; From: José [Juan] M. Echeagaray; asks for list of those worthy of holding office. No one should be excluded for pro-independence stance."

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Spanish Archives of Laredo

Covering 1749-1872, these handwritten official documents contain records of boundary surveys; land allotments; Indian raids; church, school, and social development; royal decrees and edicts; local laws and ordinances; civil and criminal litigation; census, tax, and trade statistics; and wills and estate settlements.

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[Announcement from José María Echeagaray], text, 1820-07~; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth869207/: accessed July 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library.