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[Letter from Miguel Ramos Arizpe to Lorenzo de Zavala, May 26, 1827]

Description: Miguel Ramos Arispe to Lorenzo de Zavala: On avoiding the display of political differences and forwarding the response of the Guardian of a Franciscan convent to the Provincial. Mexico, May 26, 1827.
Date: May 26, 1827
Creator: Arispe, Miguel Ramos
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Statement from the José Lázaro Báez Benavides]

Description: Statement from the Laredo alcalde, José Lázaro Benavides, saying he has received the treasurer's report on official paper and he received the amounts indicated.
Date: 1827-04~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Statistics on the Laredo School]

Description: Statistics for the school in Laredo, signed by the teacher Juan José Salinas. The tables on the documents shows how many kids are in school, including a breakdown of the number in each class.
Date: 1827-08~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Letter from the Military Commander to the Alcalde of Laredo, February 2, 1827]

Description: Messages from the comandante militar de Laredo to the alcalde of Laredo, saying that there are no troops available to go after Indians near San Diego. Sánchez suggests that the citizens for a posse and take care of the issues; Cayetano de la Garza and Cristóbal Treviño should lead this posse.
Date: 1827-02~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Letter from the Comandante Militar to the Laredo Alcalde, April 16, 1827]

Description: Letter from the comandante militar de Laredo to the alcalde in Laredo listing individuals who have been discharged from the army. According to the text Encarnacion Martinez, Juan José San Miguel, Riedecindo Aldape, and Ramón Valdes have been discharged.
Date: 1827-04~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Letter from José Manuel Chapa to the Alcalde in Laredo, October 16, 1827]

Description: Letter from José Manuel Chapa to the alcalde in Laredo discussing a horse stolen from Rosalio Peña by Juan Mendiola. According to the letter Mendiola sold the horse to people within the alcalde's jurisdiction, and he is to try to find it.
Date: 1827-10~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library