[Multiple Documents Pertaining to Economics in New Spain]

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Documents pertaining to economics in New Spain such as tax regulations, fiscal agents, trade, etc.

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[48] p. ; 31 cm.

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Documents pertaining to economics in New Spain such as tax regulations, fiscal agents, trade, etc.

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[48] p. ; 31 cm.

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Additional information: "Provenance: Mexico City/Aguayo; Date: Jan 17,1816; From: Viceroy Calleja/Juan Echeandía; Content: new taxes on "aguardiente.""

Additional information: "Provenance: Mexico City/Aguayo; Date: Nov 30,1815/Jan 17, 1816; From: Viceroy Calleja/Juan Echeandía; Content: taxes on coaches."

Additional information: "Provenance: Aguayo; Date: Nov 3,1816/Jan 17, 1816; From: Juan Echeandía; Content: letter on and regulations for paying 10% tax on renting of houses."

Additional information: "Provenance: Mexico City; Date: Oct 27, 1815; From: Viceroy F. Calleja; Content: government employees may not be agents of other businesses, etc."

Additional information: "Provenance: Mexico City/Aguayo; Date: Dec 6, 1815/Feb 29, 1816; From: Viceroy F. Calleja/Juan Echeandía; Content: taxes on renting of urban lots."

Additional information: "Provenance: Aguayo; Date: Jan 3, 1816; From: Juan Echeandía; Content: news of capture and execution of Morelos."

Additional information: "Provenance: Monterrey/Aguayo; Date: Feb 13, 1816/Feb 29, 1816; From: Joaquím Arredondo/Juan Echeandía; Content: punishments for deserters."

Additional information: "Aguayo; Date: Dec 13, 1815; From: Bernardo de Portugal/J. Echeandía; Content: fiscal agents should carry out duties; comply with regulations."

Additional information: " Content: form for verification of oath of office of fiscal agents."

Additional information: "Content: form for witnessing loans."

Additional information: "Content: list of fiscal officials for 1816."

Additional information: "Mexico City/Aguayo; Date: Jan 16, 1816/March 29, 1816; From: Viceroy F. Calleja/Juan Echeandía; Content: free trade for the island of Puerto Rico (long document with detailed regulations.)"

Additional information: "Mexico City/Aguayo; Date: March 29, 1816; From: Viceroy F. Calleja/Juan Echeandía; Content: transport of goods pays 2% tax instead of 1%."

Additional information: "Aguayo; Date: April 4, 1816; From: Juan Echeandía; Content: informs officials that Viceroy acknowledged with thanks the testimonies of fidelity to the King."

Additional information: "Aguayo; Date: May 10, 1816/July 15, 1816; From: Administrator of Taxes/J. Echeandía; Content: some haven't complied with 10% tax on renting of houses."

Additional information: "Aguayo; Date: May 10, 1816/July 15, 1816; From: Juan Echeandía; Content: repeats decree against contraband, particularly of "aguardiente"."

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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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[Multiple Documents Pertaining to Economics in New Spain], text, {1815..1816}; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth869214/: accessed December 16, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library.