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Mexico and Guatemala.

Description: Map shows early nineteenth century provinces, cities, locations of indigenous people, and locations of mines. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:11,927,000].
Date: 1831
Creator: Dower, John, fl. 1838-1846
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

United States.

Description: Map shows state and territorial boundaries of the United States; towns, rivers, and roads. Relief shown pictorially. Scale [ca. 1:6,725,908].
Date: 1831
Creator: Lizars, Daniel, 1760-1812
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Mexico and Guatimala [sic.].

Description: Map shows cities, mines, Mexican states, areas of Native American habitation, and Belize. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:11,930,000].
Date: [1831..1846]
Creator: Dower, John, fl. 1838-1846?
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

United States.

Description: Map shows state and territorial boundaries of the United States; towns, rivers, and roads. Relief shown pictorially. Scale [ca. 1:6,725,908].
Date: 1831
Creator: Lizars, Daniel, 1760-1812
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Mexico and Guatimala [sic].

Description: Map shows the mid-nineteenth century Mexico and Guatemala geography, cities, towns, mine locations, and areas of Native American habitation. Texas is shown as part of Mexico. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:11,927,000].
Date: [1831..1835]
Creator: Dower, John, fl. 1838-1846?
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Ramón Músquiz, Political Chief of Dept. of Béxar, to Manuel de Mier y Terán, Commandant General

Description: Acknowledging receipt of the newspaper containing the report that Zavala had illegally sold his contract and notifying him that it had been forwarded to the superior authorities. Indicates also that he had circulated to the authorities under his jurisdiction the communication of 12/31/1830 from the state government to Mier y Terán relative to the illegality of such sales and of the sale of any land to foreigners not naturalized in Mexico.
Date: January 25, 1831
Creator: Músquiz, Ramón
Partner: Texas General Land Office

[Printed Circular #38 from Governor Fernandez]

Description: Printed circular #38 from Governor Fernandez to the citizens in Tamaulipas. According to the circular, in order to protect the Supreme Court Justices and acaldes against false accusations, no Supreme Court justice or tax assessor may be accused after one year and alcaldes after six months of the supposed default.
Date: November 15, 1831
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Printed Circular #17 from the Government]

Description: Printed circular #17 from Francisco Vital Fernandez to the citizens in Tamaulipas. The Congress of Tamaulipas is aware of the harm caused by legal suits and decrees that all court cases presented after December 1829 because of political opinions expressed and those resulting from the occurrences of August 14, 1831 are to be dismissed. The articles also include the current case presented by José Ignacio de la Peña against Ignacio Cardenas.
Date: October 22, 1831
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Printed Circular #36 from Governor Fernandez]

Description: Printed circular #36 from Francisco Vital Fernandez to the citizens of Tamaulipas. According to the circular, due to the lack of learned personnel, it is difficult to establish a third court, so changes will be made in articles 206 and 207 of the state constitution.
Date: November 14, 1831
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Printed Circular #9 from the Governor]

Description: Printed circular #9 from Francisco Vital Fernandez concerning government employees. According to the circular employees working with the collection of taxes shall be appointed by the government, and Article 68 of the Treasury rules is abolished.
Date: September 8, 1831
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library
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