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[Decree from the Viceroy and Message from Joaquín Vidal]

Description: Message from Joaquín Vidal to Spanish officials concerning a recent decree from the viceroy, and encouraging those officials to comply. The second document is the decree from the Viceroy de Lizana asking to find new ways to raise funds to continue the war with France and to free King Ferdinand VII.
Date: {1809-08~, 1809-09~}
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Documents from Viceroy de Lizana and Joaquín Vidal]

Description: Decree from Viceroy de Lizana announcing an alliance with Great Britain to fight the war against France. The second document is from Joaquín Vidal, announcing that he is sending three official decrees, including the one dated August 14, 1809 (the accompanying document). The document from Joaquín Vidal is signed by local Spanish authorities acknowledging their having received the message.
Date: {1809-08~, 1809-09~}
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Three Documents from Manuel de Iturbe]

Description: Three messages from Manuel de Iturbe with rules for people who own or operate salt deposits. The multitude of signatures on the documents show acknowledgments from local Spanish officials that they received and passed on the correspondence. The last document appears to be a message from Viceroy Iturrigaray, promulgated by Governor Manuel de Iturbe.
Date: {1807-05~, 1807-06-13}
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Statement from Manuel de Iturbe to Captains and Justicias]

Description: Announcement from Manuel de Iturbe to Spanish captains and justicias saying that he is sending a decree from the viceroy and king, which announces the creation of a Council and Supreme Court to replace the suppressed tribunals. The message is signed and acknowledged by Spanish officials in the local towns and villas.
Date: 1809-12~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Statement from Manuel Villarreal to the Governor]

Description: Message from Manuel Villarreal to the governor saying that he is still having problems with Leocario Cano over sheep rented to him; Villarreal wants the matter settled as soon as possible. The document is signed by Spanish officials acknowledging having received Villarreal's statement.
Date: 1809-12~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Announcement from Joaquín Vidal de Larca]

Description: Announcment from Joaquín Vidal de Larca saying that Governor Manuel de Iturbe has returned to the province. The document says that officials are to divulge the news in the usual manner, and is signed by local Spanish justicias.
Date: 1809-11~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Statement from Jose María Elisondo to the Mayor of Laredo]

Description: Statement from Jose María Elisondo to the mayor of Laredo saying that 140 goats were stolen while he was away; Elisondo gives facts, and suspects, and asks for justice to be done. According to the document an inquiry is to follow concerning the case; officials have signed the document in various places.
Date: 1809-11~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Announcement from Joaquín Vidal de Larca]

Description: Announcement from Joaquín Vidal saying that Don Manuel Mexino has been named provisional Intendent of the capital. The announcement is signed by numerous Spanish officials acknowledging that they received and passed on the message.
Date: 1809-09~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Announcement from Joaquín Vidal to Justicias]

Description: Announcement from Joaquín Vidal to Spanish officials saying that the Conde de Balveder is allowed to leave Carthusian monastery, cleared of all suspicion, and may return to military action. This announcement is signed by Spanish officials, acknowledging their having received this from de Larca.
Date: 1809-09~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Message from Joaquín Vidal de Larca and Felix Calleja]

Description: Message from Joaquín Vidal and Felix Calleja saying that travelers are not to be molested or have their baggage stolen from them, punishments will apply accordingly. The document is heavily stained on the corners, has frayed edges, and is signed by Spanish officials in the towns and villas in Mexico.
Date: August 3, 1809
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Report from José Lafuente Concerning a Murder]

Description: Report by José Lafuente concerning the murder of a man named Pedro Arroyos by an Indian named Marcos from San Antonio; included in this document are testimonies of the incident. There are various signatures from Spanish officials acknowledging the testimonies.
Date: 1809-08~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library