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[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, June 20, 1829]

Description: Lorenzo de Zavala to Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna: On his unhappiness with his role in the government and his fears that Guerrero is being lied to about Santa Anna and himself. Wishes Santa Anna would enter the Cabinet. His response to a group that approached him seeking support for revolution. Mexico, June 20, 1829.
Date: June 20, 1829
Creator: Zavala, Lorenzo de
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to Valentin Gomez Farias, October 11, 1834]

Description: Lorenzo de Zavala to Valentin Gomez Farias: On the politics surrounding Andrew Jackson and the Bank of the United States. On General Paez's efforts to obtain Spanish recognition of Venezuelan independence and on rumors that Mexico will declare war on Spain if it does not recognize the former's independence. N(ew) York, October 11, 1834.
Date: October 11, 1834
Creator: Zavala, Lorenzo de
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Letter from Lorenzo de Zavala to his son, May 28, 1836]

Description: Lorenzo de Zavala to his son, reporting that, at personal sacrifice, he has agreed to escort Santa Anna to Veracruz, as a service to Texas. Also discussed land and money transactions with Colonel Lamar and other family matters and finances. Velasco, Texas, May 28, 1836.
Date: May 28, 1836
Creator: Zavala, Lorenzo de
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Letter from Manuel Ordiera to Santa Anna, June 26, 1833]

Description: Ordiera's letter to Santa Anna, giving him an account of which their spies informed to him into a meeting to invade all the State of Mexico. Tetlacala, Iguala; Tierra Caliente; Valladolid; Teloloapan; gral. Franco Hernández; Buena Vista; Chilapa; Ometepec; Oaxaca; Costa Chica; cnel. Tomás Moreno; Pérez Palacios; Cuernavaca; Zavala.
Date: June 26, 1833
Creator: Ordiera, Manuel
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History