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[Letter from Santa Anna to Zavala, July 24, 1829]

Description: Santa Anna to Zavala: On political activity in the capital, and rejecting the idea of a military solution. Expresses continued concern for defenses. On Zavala's resignation from the Cabinet. Veracruz, July 24, 1829.
Date: July 24, 1829
Creator: Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Letter from Santa Anna to Zavala, July 22, 1829]

Description: Santa Anna to Zavala: Need for funds in order to start remedying the military situation at Veracruz. Dismisses rumors he has said favorable things about centralism. Counsels Zavala to disregard things said about him. On news that Zavala is to resign and his thoughts on the subject. Veracruz, July 22, 1829.
Date: July 22, 1829
Creator: Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Letter from James V. Allred to All Officials of Government, Republic of Mexico, Central Americaand South America - July 31, 1936]

Description: Letter written to officials of the governments of Mexico, Central America, and South America from James V. Allred, Governor of Texas. The letter requests that K.B. Legett be given courtesies on his trip to South America, Central America, and Mexico. Included is the envelope.
Date: July 31, 1936
Creator: Allred, James V.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Message from José Mangodo y Clovijo]

Description: Message from José Mangodo y Clovigo saying that local Spanish officials should be aware of Miguel Rico, a fugitive whom Mangodo y Clovigo has been pursuing for three years. Local Spanish officials have signed the document acknowledging their having received the notice.
Date: 1798-07~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Message from Francisco Villalba to Justicias in Mexico]

Description: Long document beginning with a notice of three men wanted for murder with descriptions. The wanted men are Felipe Gutierrez, Alyo Huerta, and Chepe el Coyote, and an unknown negro; the document traveled to the different towns and villages and is signed by Spanish authorities acknowledging their having received and passed the message on.
Date: 1798-07~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library