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[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

[Official Message from Governor Manuel de Iturbe]

Description: Message from Manuel de Iturbe saying that no grants of any kind are permissible without paying taxes first. The document is signed by local authorities in the towns listed on the left side of the first page; these signatures acknowledge their having received the message.
Date: 1807-12~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Regulations from Manuel de Iturbe to Justicias]

Description: Message from Manuel de Iturbe with regulations from the viceroy on deserters returning to Spain; this message is signed and dated by local officials acknowledging their having received the message. The list of towns on the left side of the page show where the message was delivered.
Date: 1807-12~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Tobacco Rules from Manuel de Iturbe]

Description: Message from Manuel de Iturbe with rules and regulations concerning tobacco, sent out to local towns and villas in Mexico. The document is signed by local Spanish officials in towns such as Revilla, Camargo, Laredo, etc., and a list of the towns where this message was delivered appears on the left side of the front page.
Date: 1807-12~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Letter from Elizabeth Upshur Teackle to her husband Littleton D. Teackle, November 17, 1807]

Description: Letter from Elizabeth Upshur Teackle to her husband, Littleton D. Teackle, detailing delays in her journey home. She stopped at Dr. Winder's due to a lame horse, and is slowly making her way home. She's heard that a schooner matching the description of one of their boats, the Princess Anne, was seen in the Wicomico river, returning from the West Indies. She says she recently wrote him by Robert Barraud Taylor, who was to post it in the Western Shore mail. She says Grace D. Taylor Eyre just had … more
Date: November 17, 1807
Creator: Teackle, Elizabeth Uphsur
Partner: Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library

[Notice from Manuel de Iturbe]

Description: Notice from Manuel de Iturbe saying that a decree is being sent. Following the notice, there are signatures from local Spanish officials acknowledging their having received the notice and sent it on.
Date: 1807-10~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Rules from Manuel de Iturbe]

Description: Message from Manuel de Iturbe with rules concerning refining copper. The document is signed and dated by local Spanish officials acknowledging their having received the notice.
Date: 1807-10~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Orders from Viceroy José de Iturrigaray]

Description: Message from Manuel de Iturbe with a decree from the Viceroy concerning punishments for fiscal officials who are guilty of crimes or violate trust. The document is signed by local Spanish officials acknowledging their having received the message from de Iturbe.
Date: 1807-09~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Request for Accounts from Manuel de Iturbe]

Description: Request from Manuel de Iturbe to Spanish justicias, asking for accounts on "media annata" be sent, with time of service for each receiver's predecessor. The document is signed by Spanish authorities in towns listed on the left side of the front page.
Date: 1807-09~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Announcement for the Establishment of a Position]

Description: Announcement from Governor Manuel de Iturbe saying that the position of "Promotor de Concursos" has been established. Local Spanish officials from the towns listed on the left of the document have their signatures on it acknowledging that they have received the word and passed it on.
Date: 1807-08~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Announcement from Manuel de Iturbe Concerning the Navy]

Description: Announcement from Manuel de Iturbe to Spanish justicias saying that Principe de la Paz has been named Almirante General. The document is signed by local Spanish officials, from towns listed on the left side of the front page, acknowledging their having received the announcement.
Date: 1807-08~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Decree from Manuel de Iturbe]

Description: Document signed by Manuel de Iturbe, and local Spanish officials, possibly a decree concerning sending children back to Spain to be educated. The document itself is badly torn and stained; the first page is missing large portions of the bottom and top of the page.
Date: 1807-08~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Message from Manuel de Iturbe to Justicias]

Description: Message from Manuel de Iturbe with rules concerning remuneration to the Spanish military. The document is signed by local Spanish authorities from the towns listed on the left side of the first page, acknowledging that they received and passed on the message.
Date: 1807-08~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Message from Manuel de Iturbe to Justicias]

Description: Message from Manuel de Iturbe to Spanish justicias concerning rewards for people who reveal unclaimed lands or goods. The document is signed by local Spanish authorities from the cities listed on the left side of the front page of the document, acknowledging their having received and passed on the Viceroy's message.
Date: 1807-08~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Official Message from Manuel de Iturbe]

Description: Message from Manuel de Iturbe to Spanish justicias with reports on meat consumed during one year asked for to set future quotas. The document is signed by Spanish officials of the local towns and villas acknowledging receipt of the message.
Date: 1807-08~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library
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