. Set of copies of circulars, orders, etc.
Santa Fee. October 23, 1821. 151 pages. Circular decree order. Copy. Dct October 6, 1821 - February 15, 1823.
A register or ledger used to record orders and circulars, issued by the national government of newly independent Mexico, the comandante general of the Provincias Internas, and the governor of New Mexico. Documents copied deal with military matters - acquisition of bear skins for military hats, voluntary contribution to support the army, and regulations on how to deal with army deserters; internal matters - means to deal with the Navajo who were in rebellion and a revolt in Nueva Santander; economics - the exemption of printing equipment from the sales tax; legal - actions to be taken against a subversive Author, and how to deal with debtors; and political - a list of deputies elected to national congress, a religious holiday to memorialize those who died in the independence wars, honors awarded to Iturbide, and the naming of Antonio Cordero as comandante general of the Provincias Internas. The period covered is that of the transition following independence from Spain and the imperial administration of constitutional emperor Agustin I. (Robert H. Jackson) (1980)
Melgares, Facundo (Gobernador)
Garcia Conde, Alejo (Comandante General)
Yturbide, Agustin de (Generalisimo)
Chaves, Francisco Xavier
Cordero, Antonio (Comandante General)
San Luis Potosi
Santa Fee (Villa)
Nueva Santander (Colonia)
AZU Film 2182 rl. 20 fr. 0773-0923.
SANM, Santa Fe, Span.Arch. 1621-1821, rl. 020 ff. 0773-0923.
Twitchell Vol. II, no. 3034.
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