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[Announcement for an Impending Decree]

Description: Message from Manuel de Iturbe to Spanish officials saying he is sending a decree from the Audiencia with news from Spain, with procedures for electing deputies to the cortes. The document is signed by local officials acknowledging their having received and passed on the message from de Iturbe.
Date: 1810-06~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Announcement from Manuel de Iturbe Concerning the Cortes]

Description: Announcement from Manuel de Iturbe to the Spanish justicias and captains in the villas and towns with results of elections for the cortes. de Iturbe mentions that places that have not yet elected someone should do so. There is a second document, signed by Juan Mazoleni and other Spanish officials acknowledging having received the announcement from de Iturbe.
Date: 1810-09~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Announcement from the Real Audiencia de Mexico]

Description: Announcement from the Real Audiencia de Mexico concerning the establishment of a 7-man Junta de Comercio in Mexico; orders are given for selecting members, duties, etc. The document has slightly frayed edges, and a piece of tape running down the center of the page.
Date: May 29, 1810
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Printed Announcement from Viceroy Venegas]

Description: Printed announcement from the new viceroy Francisco Javier Venegas saying that there is a 10,000 pesos reward for information leading to the arrest or capture of Miguel Hidalgo, Ignacio Allende and Juan Aldama. The document itself is has pieces of tape keeping parts of the paper together, including the top and bottom half.
Date: September 27, 1810
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Announcement from José Ramón Díaz de Bustamente]

Description: Announcement from José Ramón Díaz de Bustamente saying that he has received permission from the governor of the province to issue passports into the province of Texas. The document is signed by local officials in towns and villas such as Refugio, Reynosa, Camargo, Mier, and Revilla, all listed on the left side of the first page.
Date: 1810-11~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Warning from the Governor to Justicias]

Description: Message from Governor Manuel de Iturbe to Spanish justicias warning them to be on guard against the infiltration of the insurrection into Nuevo Santander, which is still loyal to Spain. The message is signed, dated, and acknowledged by Spanish officials in the various towns and villas of the province.
Date: 1810-11~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Two Announcements from José Ramón Díaz de Bustamente]

Description: Two documents from José Ramón Díaz de Bustamente calling the province to arms in case the insurrection were to spread into Nuevo Santander; de Bustamente says Indians are to have a bow and 50 arrows apiece. He also calls on parish priests to animate the Indians to the Spanish cause instead of the insurrection.
Date: 1810-11~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Message from Manuel de Iturbe with Orders for Arrests]

Description: Message from Manuel de Iturbe to local Spanish officials with orders for the arrest of several individuals who were causing troubles in the province. According to the document two escaped soldiers are among the troubled group; the document is signed by officials acknowledging their having received the notice from de Iturbe.
Date: 1810-10~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Two Statements from Manuel de Iturbe]

Description: Two documents from Manuel de Iturbe, Governor of Nuevo Santander, to Spanish justicias and captains, saying that he is sending official documents from the king and criminal court. Both documents are signed and acknowledged by local Spanish officials in towns and villas such as Laredo, Mier, Refugio, Camargo, etc.
Date: 1810-04~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Message from Manuel de Iturbe with Orders from Spain]

Description: Message from Manuel de Iturbe to Spanish officials with orders from Spain to prevent contact of citizens with Louisiana. According to de Iturbe the orders also serve to warn Spanish officials against English designs on the northern territory as well as the activities of General Wilkinson. Spanish justicias acknowledge the message by signing their names and dating when it was received.
Date: 1810-04~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library