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Correspondence between Garces, de Anza and viceroy concerning explorations of Garces in upper Colorado and de Anza's exploration of San Francisco Bay and establishment of presidio and missions during de Anza's second trip to California.

Serial Number
041-05255
Title
Correspondence between Garces, de Anza and viceroy concerning explorations of Garces in upper Colorado and de Anza's exploration of San Francisco Bay and establishment of presidio and missions during de Anza's second trip to California.
Author(s)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Garces, Francisco (Fray)
Anza, Juan Baptista de (Teniente Coronel)
Date
03-20-1775
Date
06-08-1776
Documentation
March 20, 1775. 102p. Letters. Informes. Originals. Signed. Copies.
Summary
Correspondence between viceroy, Garces and de Anza concerning Garces's explorations in upper Colorado River with attachment of letters from fray Escalante about Zunis and area in case Garces travels to New Mexico from Colorado River. Accounts by de Anza on expedition to California, his turning command over to comandante Moncada, refusal of Moncada to travel to San Francisco to explore area for establishment of presidio and missions, de Anza travels with teniente Moraga, one priest and eight soldiers to explore San Francisco bay. de Anza gives an rich description of bay with its good soil, abundance of water, pastures, and wild animals and fish, meeting with Indians who fish with nets and use of balses made with reeds to cross bay and fish. de Anza does not name Indians but describes them as gentle. He also describes area to be rich with woods from which construction of fort would be easy. de Anza establishes places where missions and presidio should be built returning to Monterrey where he requests meeting with Moncada without success. Serra meets with Anza preoccupied with moncadas' attitude with friars and families from Sinaloa, teniente Moraga in letter to Anza believes comandante Moncada has lost his mind which results in his not wanting to follow planned agenda. Documents about rebellion in San Diego are not very clear, de Anza also describes desertions of some muleskinners and two soldiers who steal some horses and moragas capture of desertors in Gila where de Anza punishes them with laboring in construction of presidio and missions in San Francisco. Anza informs viceroy about Garces return to Colorado River leaving him foodstuffs for his sustenance as Anza returns, also fray Exiarc returns with Anza to Tumacacori mission. Capitan Palma and three Yumas with accordance with his people attaches himself to Anza to travel to Mexico. Viceroy answers Anza letting him know he is displeased as Anza did not finish his comission as he left before construction of fort and missions began. (A. Dell'acqua, January 1988)
Persons
Velez de Escalante, Silvestre (Fray)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Garces, Francisco (Fray)
Anza, Juan Baptista de (Teniente Coronel)
Rivera y Moncada, Fernando (Comandante)
Fager, Pedro (Comandante)
Neve, Phelipe (Gobernador)
Francisco (Rebel Yuma Leader)
Serra, Junipero (Fray)
Gongora, Jose Maria (Sargento)
Moraga, Joaquin (Teniente)
Exiarc, Thomas (Fray)
Cambon, Pedro (Fray)
Ayala, Juan (Comandante de Paquebot)
Carlos (Cabecilla Rebelde de San Diego)
Fusten, Vizente (Fray)
Places
Las Juntas del Rio Colorado, San Pedro de (Sitio)
Sonora
Moqui (Provincia)
Nuevo Mexico (Provincia)
Monterrey (Puerto)(Presidio)
San Gabriel (Mision)
San Francisco (Puerto)
San Luis (Mision)
San Diego (Puerto)(Mision)
Caborca (Mision)
Tumacacori (Mision)
San Fernando California (Golfo)
Horcasitas (Presidio)
Cantil Blanco (Sitio)
Guadalupe (Rio)
San Andres (Canada)
Regalado, San Pedro (Sitio)
Carmelo (Mision)
Chozas (Rancheria)
Ethnic Groups
Cajuenches
Vallacuamais
Cucapas
Pimas
Cocomaricopas
Moquis
Yumas
Tamajacis
Talchedumes
Zunis
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 237 ff. 241-292
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 237 ff. 241-292
Language
Spanish
Notes
Some documents are illegible, some documents are out of sequence. no foliation within Volume.
Reference Number
23700009
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Bucareli y Ursua
Garces
Anza
Person Last Name
Velez de Escalante
Bucareli y Ursua
Garces
Anza
Rivera y Moncada
Fager
Neve
Francisco
Serra
Gongora
Moraga
Exiarc
Cambon
Ayala
Carlos
Fusten
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-20-1775
End Date (repacked)
06-08-1776
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12489
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Correspondence between viceroy and de Anza concerning de Anza second expedition to California.

Serial Number
041-05254
Title
Correspondence between viceroy and de Anza concerning de Anza second expedition to California.
Author(s)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Fray)(Virrey), Anza, Juan Baptista de (Teniente Coronel)
Date
01-02-1775
Date
10-20-1775
Documentation
January 2, 1775. 176pp. Letters. Informes. Peticiones. Originals. Signed.
Summary
Orders from viceroy to Anza about recruitment of soldiers with families to move to and settle San Francisco California, appointments of lieutenant and Sergeant to be in command of garrison. Also appointment of friars to accompany expedition with cooperation of fray Serra establish two missions in area settled. de Anza travels to Sinaloa and established towns in Sonora recruiting families and purchasing supplies, cattle, horses and mules for March with orders to leave as soon as possible carrying enough supplies to leave with settlers until area is established. Viceroy orders de Anza to turn command of expedition in Monterrey to Moncada who will command presidio in San Francisco, also is ordered to select with Moncada site for presidio and missions to be established and return to Sonora as soon as task accomplished. de Anza informs viceroy of progress made in recruitment impossibility of Alferez Morada to go with expedition as wife has terminal disease, also notifies viceroy of death of sargent Espinosa to unknown epidemic which has affected many families recruited slowing progress many months. de Anza request substitution of sargent from O'Conor military inspector and general commander. List of soldiers with families is sent to viceroy amounting to 191 persons not counting muleskinners, people attached to expedition like merchants, farmers who are not being paid by de Anza who is supplying them with food only, also three families whose husbands are attached to presidio of Monterrey. Anza expedition starts from Tubac on October 20, Ten months after viceroy issued orders which Anza argues is best time due to rains which will provide water and better pasture for animals. Attached are letters from fray Garces who is reluctant to go with expedition wanting instead to establish missions in upper Colorado and Gila rivers, viceroy issues him orders to join expedition under de Anza which he agrees with reluctance requesting his own special assistants and his own transportation. (A. Dell'acqua January 1988)
Persons
Anza, Juan Baptista de (Teniente Coronel)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Fray)(Virrey)
Morada, Jose Joaquin (Alferez)
Espinoza, Joseph Ignacio (Sargento)
Fonte, Pedro de (Fray)
Goya, Manuel Ramon (Factor)
Constanso, Miguel (Ingeniero)
Rivera y Moncada, Fernando (Comandante)
Serra, Junipero (Fray)
Crespo, Francisco (Gobernador)
Roberto, Justo
Amezquita, Juan Antonio
Alvieso, Miguel Domingo
Bohorques, Ramon
Echevette, Juan Jose (Fray)
Diaz Oca, Juan (Fray)
Garcez, Francisco (Fray)
Palma, Salbador (Capitan Yuma)
Neve, Phelipe (Gobernador)
Villaescusa, Pedro (Teniente)
Cartagena, Romualdo (Fray)
Ximenez, Diego (Fray)
Truca, Bernardo de (Fray)
O'Conor, Hugo (Comandante General Inspector)
Mazon, Juan (Teniente)
Moreno Jose
Trapa
Baldarran, Juan Phelipe
Grijalva, Juan Pablo (Sargento)
Estarc, Thomas (Fray)
Islas, Joseph Joaquin (Capitan)
Urrea, Ignacio Miguel (Capitan)
Ayala, Manuel de (Teniente de Fragata)
Mesa, Valerio
Gargoll, Juan (Fray)
Places
Colorado (Rio)
Gila (Rio)
San Francisco (Puerto)
Sinaloa
Corodehuachi, Santa Rosa (Presidio)
Terrenate (Presidio)
Tubac (Presidio)
Queretaro, Santa Cruz de (Colegio Eclesiastico)
Monterrey (Puerto)
Sonora (Provincia)
Alamos (Real)
San Gabriel (Mision)
Culiacan (Villa)
Santiago
San Blas (Puerto)
Pitic (Mision)
Horcasitas, San Miguel de (Presidio)
Fuerte (Villa)
Loreto (Presidio)
Opossuro (Mision)
Tuzzon, San Agustin del (Presidio)
Santa Cruz
Bac, San Xavier del (Mision)
Opossura (Valle)
Bacoache (Valle)
Altar (Presidio)
Ethnic Groups
Pimas
Yumas
Apache
Gilas
Papagos
Niforas
Casenchis
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 237 ff. 153-241
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 237 ff. 153-241
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
23700008
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Anza
Bucareli y Ursua
Morada
Espinoza
Fonte
Goya
Constanso
Rivera y Moncada
Serra
Crespo
Roberto
Amezquita
Alvieso
Bohorques
Echevette
Diaz Oca
Garcez
Palma
Neve
Villaescusa
Cartagena
Ximenez
Truca
O'Conor
Mazon
Moreno Jose
Trapa
Baldarran
Grijalva
Estarc
Islas
Urrea
Ayala
Mesa
Gargoll
Beginning Date Month
January
End Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
01-02-1775
End Date (repacked)
10-20-1775
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12488
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Correspondence between Anza and viceroy Bucareli concerning Anza's expedition to open land route from Sonora to California.

Serial Number
041-05253
Title
Correspondence between Anza and viceroy Bucareli concerning Anza's expedition to open land route from Sonora to California.
Author(s)
Anza, Juan Baptista de (Capitan)
Date
01-03-1774
Date
12-08-1744
Documentation
Tubac. January 3, 1774. 49pp. Letters. Informes. Peticiones. Originals. Signed. Copies.
Summary
Correspondence between viceroy and Anza about overland expedition of later to open route to California from Sonora. Letters begin with Anza advising viceroy of recruiting of troops to substitute in presidio for men in expedition, his difficulties finding horses in area as Apaches had previously attacked presidio taking most horses. Anza purchases mules and leaves Tubac presidio January 1774 advising capitan Urrea and governor Crespo, obtaining as a guide capitan Yuma Tarabal, Anza goes to Altar presidio to buy horses. Anza worries about news of split between Yumas and crossing their lands. Anza lists 34 persons in expedition including frays Diaz and Garces. Anza encounters a Soyapa Indian who tells him of route and division of upper Colorado River; de Anza describes the physical stature of Yumas and mode of dress, also describes fertility of banks of Colorado and agricultural richness of area. Arrives at mission San Gabriel on April 1, 1774. Viceroy writes Anza with orders that if he encounters expedition coming from Loreto commanded by Moncada, they should together find best areas in San Francisco to construct two missions which will make it possible for more people to populate area. Anza returns to Tubac leaving Monterrey on April 22. Anza is transferred to presidio Terrenate and temporarily to Altar before he has sent an account of expedition to viceroy in Mexico City. In subsequent letters Anza relates meeting Junipero Serra sixty leagues before Monterrey in his return, also relates taking six soldiers from Monterrey with him to show them route to Rio Colorado and sending them back before leaving for Tubac, in subsequent letters Anza waits for many months before being ordered to travel to Mexico but cannot take trip before he pays amounts loaned from merchants to pay for expedition for which Anza request monies from viceroy. Viceroy writes de Anza consulting him based on personal explorations if route to New Mexico from Sonora and from New Mexico to Monterrey could be possible, de Anza relates based on experience and accounts by a Pima enslaved by people from New Mexico who escapes and crosses land in seven days. Anza calculates distance from Sonora to New Mexico 180 leagues and from Monterrey to New Mexico 368 leagues, advising if exploration should be taken it should start in September, earlier is too dry and later danger of snow is maximized. de Anza advises viceroy of danger crossing Apache lands and advises a person taking this expedition should know and understand territory and its people, de Anza offers himself as Head of this expedition to viceroy as best suited for the undertaking. Fray Garces comunicates with de Anza about his explorations in upper Colorado indicating encounter with Cocomaricopas and other people that dress, speak, and are similar physically to Apaches, fray Garces believes that a route thru Colorado River is possible to New Mexico based on accounts given him by new Indians he encountered. (A. Dell'acqua December 1987)
Persons
Anza, Juan Baptista de (Capitan)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Urrea, Bernardo (Capitan)
Tarabal, Sebastian (Capitan, Yuma)
Crespo, Francisco Antonio (Gobernador)
Baldes, Juan Bauptista (Correo)
Diaz, Juan (Fray)
Garces, Francisco (Fray)
Palma, Salbador (Capitan Yuma)
Rivera y Moncada, Fernando (Comandante)
Bonilla, Antonio (Ayudante de Inspector)
Fajes, Pedro (Comandante)
Serra, Junipero (Fray)
Places
Cieneguilla (Real)
Tubac (Presidio)
California
Sonora
San Diego (Puerto)
Monterrey (Puerto)
San Gabriel (Mision)
Colorado (Rio)
Terrenate (Presidio)
Altar (Presidio)
Gila (Rio)
Queretaro (Colegio Religioso)
San Dionicio
Phillipinas (Islas)
Loreto (Puerto)
San Francisco (Puerto)(Rio)
Carmelo (Mision)
San Blas (Puerto)
San Carlos (Puerto)
San Luis (Mision)
San Antonio (Mision)
Fronteras (Presidio)
Aquitumi (Rancheria)
Tucson (Pueblo)
Moqui (Provincia)
Nueva Vizcaya (Provincia)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Yumas
Soyopas
Cocomaricopas
Salchedumes
Pimas
Moquis
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 237 ff. 127-152
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 237 ff. 127-152
Language
Spanish
Notes
Some documents are repeated.
Reference Number
23700007
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Anza
Bucareli y Ursua
Urrea
Tarabal
Crespo
Baldes
Diaz
Garces
Palma
Rivera y Moncada
Bonilla
Fajes
Serra
Beginning Date Month
January
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
01-03-1774
End Date (repacked)
12-08-1744
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12487
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Documents about families from Canary Islands and their travels to Texas.

Serial Number
041-05230
Title
Documents about families from Canary Islands and their travels to Texas.
Author(s)
Leal, Juan
Date
07-13-1730
Date
09-04-1730
Documentation
Veracruz. July 13, 1730. 66p. Letters. Signed.
Summary
Documents from to viceroy in regards to arrival to Havana and Veracruz of families from canary islands, lists of names, lists of supplies problems with diseases and deaths of members, desertions and overall happenings during travel to Texas where such families will be established. (A. Dell'acqua, January 1988)
Persons
Leal, Juan
Rodrigues, Salvador
Rodriguez, Patricio
Vilano, Juan Rodriguez (Capitan)
Velasco, Pedro Fermin de (Administrador de Aduana)
Medina, Bernave
Marquez, Manuel Francisco (Capitan)
Casabuena, Bartholome (Superintendente)
Avila, Juan de
Lara, Francisco Domingo de
Alarcon y Ocana, Francisco de
Rodriguez, Juan (Cabo)
Curbelo, Juan
Perez, Maria
Places
Orizaba
Puebla (Ciudad)
Texas (Provincia)
Espiritu Santo, Bahia del (Presidio)
Cohaguila (Provincia)
Vejar, San Antonio de (Presidio)
Adays (Presidio)
San Bernardo (Lago)
Guautitlan (Villa)
Jalapa (Pueblo)
Piedras Negras
Yiolo, Benta de (Villa)
Tenerife (Ciudad)
Veracruz (Puerto)
Canarias (Islas)
Havana (Puerto)
Luz (Puerto)
Tepeyagualco (Pueblo)
Apa (Aldea)
Teguacan, San Juan (Villa)
Ethnic Groups
Canarios
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 236 ff. 095-127
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 236 ff. 095-127
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
23600018
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Leal
Rodrigues
Rodriguez
Vilano
Velasco
Medina
Marquez
Casabuena
Avila
Lara
Alarcon y Ocana
Rodriguez
Curbelo
Perez
Beginning Date Month
July
End Date Month
September
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-13-1730
End Date (repacked)
09-04-1730
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12464
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Letters from Corbalan to virrey concerning various issues pertaining to provincial administration.

Serial Number
041-05123
Title
Letters from Corbalan to virrey concerning various issues pertaining to provincial administration.
Author(s)
Corbalan, Pedro (Intendente)
Date
12-20-1771
Date
04-14-1772
Documentation
Alamos. January 21, 1772 through April 14, 1772. 26pp. Letters. Signed.
Summary
Series of six letters from Corbalan to virrey concerning Indian Marcos and 16 followers at Pitic; withdrawal of expeditionary forces from province; peaceful situation on Apache frontier, as well as in province; reasons for delay in sending financial account of military expedition; response to Bando concerning ship to sail for Havana.
Persons
Bellido, Francisco (Capitan)
Marcos (Indio)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Pol, Antonio (Capitan)
Elizondo, Domingo (Coronel)
Places
Pitic (Presidio)
Tiburon (Isla)
Alamos (Real Caja)
Cieneguilla (Placeres)
Havana (Puerto)
San Miguel (Villa)
Ethnic Groups
Seri
Tiburones
Apaches
Pimas
Sibubapas
Hiaquis
Military Groups
Compania de Fusileros
Espana, Dragones de
Companias Volantes
Mexico, Dragones de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 232 ff. 125-138
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 232 ff. 125-138
Language
Spanish
Notes
Documents unfoliated.
Reference Number
23200035
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Corbalan
Person Last Name
Bellido
Marcos
Bucareli y Ursua
Pol
Elizondo
Beginning Date Month
December
End Date Month
April
Beginning Date (repacked)
12-20-1771
End Date (repacked)
04-14-1772
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12357
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Correspondence between Corbalan, virrey concerning issues of provincial administration.

Serial Number
041-05122
Title
Correspondence between Corbalan, virrey concerning issues of provincial administration.
Author(s)
Corbalan, Pedro (Intendente)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Date
04-17-1773
Date
04-27-1774
Documentation
Alamos. December 15, 1773 through April 27, 1774. 52pp. Letters. Signed, unsigned.
Summary
Correspondence between Corbalan and virrey concerning issues of mules to California (specifies going price of mules); administration of Seri communities; account of debts incurred in military expedition; Canal (acequia) construction; Fueros' passport, administration of gold placers; certificacion of gold taxed (quintado) at Alamos between 1 may and 31 December 1773. (J. H. Ochs, January 1988)
Persons
Corbalan, Pedro (Intendente)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Perez de la Fuente, Pedro
Fueros, Pedro (Teniente)
Lopez de Toledo, Antonio Josef (Comisario)
Peramas, Melchor de (Secretario)
Crespo, Francisco Antonio (Gobernador)
Echeveste, Juan Josef
Felis, Mathias (Contramaestre)
Junon, Pedro
Villegas, Jose Felipe (Tesorero)
Places
Nueva California (Provincia)
Guirivis (Playa)
Hiaqui (Rio)
Alamos (Real Caja)
Pitic (Pueblo)
Suaqui (Pueblo)
Charay (Pueblo)
Terrenate (Presidio)
Buenavista (Presidio)
San Miguel (Presidio)
Cieneguilla (Placeres)
Ethnic Groups
Seris
Military Groups
Terrenate, Compania Volante de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 232 ff. 098-124
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 232 ff. 098-124
Language
Spanish
Notes
Documents unfoliated. Includes Corbalan's letters 127-141;
Reference Number
23200034
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Corbalan
Bucareli y Ursua
Person Last Name
Corbalan
Bucareli y Ursua
Perez de la Fuente
Fueros
Lopez de Toledo
Peramas
Crespo
Echeveste
Felis
Junon
Villegas
Beginning Date Month
April
End Date Month
April
Beginning Date (repacked)
04-17-1773
End Date (repacked)
04-27-1774
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
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ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Printed letter and tax lists that concern the shipment of goods to and from Spain during the revolution.

Serial Number
041-04992
Title
Printed letter and tax lists that concern the shipment of goods to and from Spain during the revolution.
Author(s)
Calleja, Felix Maria (Virrey)
Carrion de Velasco, Nicolas (Contador)
Rodriguez, Jose
Date
07-15-1816
Documentation
Mexico. July 15, 1816. 11p. Letters, tax lists. Originals, copies.
Summary
Calleja points out that because of the war the european powers have let fall the practice of trading with their colonies only and therefore America sees increase in foreign trade that is prohibited in, for example, Panama, and in addition the loss of gold and silver reserves in America, Calleja lists the points that have been agreed upon by various institutions to remedy this problem (the page copied is split by separation of folios and full sentences are not decipherable); instructions for the charging of duty fees on expeditions from Jamaica to Panama that continue on to either Acapulco, San Blas, or other southern port that involve both Spanish and foreign goods, documents inventorying the contents of shipments and their prices, tax lists for goods going to Spain, tax lists for goods being exported out of Spain, tax lists for goods entering the ports of America, tax lists for war funding, admiral's dues and others. (O. Velez, September 1989)
Persons
Calleja, Felix Maria (Virrey)
Carrion de Velasco, Nicolas (Contador)
Places
Yucutan (Provincia)
Veracruz
Tampico
Altamira
Jamayca
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 227 ff. 220-225
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 227 ff. 220-225
Language
Spanish
Notes
Some of the documents in this sequence are in printed form not written by hand. This sequence is listed in the indice del ramo de Provincias Internas as expediente number 11
Reference Number
22700015
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Calleja
Carrion de Velasco
Rodriguez
Person Last Name
Calleja
Carrion de Velasco
Beginning Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-15-1816
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12226
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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sre. Que a quantos cargamentos lleguen a los puntos de la costa de Sonora se cobren los mismos duros que en el de San Blas segun el reglamento provisional formado en Guadalaxara.

Serial Number
041-04991
Title
sre. Que a quantos cargamentos lleguen a los puntos de la costa de Sonora se cobren los mismos duros que en el de San Blas segun el reglamento provisional formado en Guadalaxara.
Author(s)
Bonavia, Bernardo (Comandante General)
Cruz, Jose de la and others
Date
09-16-1815
Date
04-18-1815
Documentation
Durango/Mexico September 16, 1815 - April 18, 1815. 36p. Letters. Copies/originals.
Summary
Index of letters that are included in this Series; Bonavia establishes duty on goods entering the port of Sonora, models it on San Blas duty at meeting of junta provisional de real hacienda; letter from virrey acknowledging receipt of above letter; intendent of Guadalaxara receives information on meeting of junta provisional; long letter furnishing information on the regulations, rights, and other details of the process by which duties are Charged in San Blas, letter divided into 28 capitulos which in general discuss; the distinction between duties and taxes and the related question of jurisdiction, economic motivation for their imposition and effect on commerce and prices, importation of cotton from Panama and foreign producers and a complete list of the duties Charged on this merchandise. Cites the increased costs being suffered because of the revolution in the context of seeking additional revenue, cites the benefits to the port of San Blas because of the increase in commerce, mention made of the taxes and duties Charged on goods that are foreign but have gone through Spain before coming into the Americas, more specifically there are different rates on foreign goods that have been espanolizado depending on which american port they enter, San Blas has a privileged status in this regard; second half of letter titled derecho de entreda, duros de internacion , up until capitulo 12 has a description of duty Fee percentages, the prestamo patriotico is reduced by 1/2 percent for those who pay duties, comparison of these rates with those in Lima - compare favorably, virrey has stated that the charging of these duties should be arranged so as to most resemble reglamento Al comercio Libre del Ano de 1778, lists the taxes that will be paid on foreign goods that first are espanolizados and pass through Guatemala, Santa Fe, and Peru before passing through the port of San Blas, analysis in the change of these taxes with those that had been inuse before, lists the commodities that will be Charged duties, last part of letter goes into the context of the situation as justification for these new taxes and lastly cites all the names of those who were part of the junta general and were witness to these new changes. (O. Velez, September 1989)
Persons
Bonavia, Benardo (Comandante General)
Batres, Salvador
Cruz, Josef de la
Galicia, Nueva (Reyno)
Sousa, Juan Jose de (Oidor)
Lopez Andres, Miguel (Fiscal)
Andrade, Alonso (Asesor Comisionado)
Gonzales de Velasco, Jose Francisco (Licenciado)
Benites, Bernardo
Vallejo, Manuel
Escoto, Manuel (Doctor0
Reynoso, Anastacio Jose (Licenciado)
Cavallero, Juan Manuel (Regidor)
Velez, Pedro (Procurador General)
Chavariso, Rafael (Doctor)
Sanchez Lenero, Gabriel (Doctor)
Cumplido, Jose Domingo
Venacio del Valle, Francisco (Comisionado)
Cambero, Juan Jose
Sanchez, Jose Domingo
Places
Durango
Panama (Provincia)
San Blas (Puerto)
Sonora
Peru (Reyno)
Santa Fe (Virreynato)
Chile (Reyno)
Acapulco (Puerto)
Veracruz (Puerto)
Alcabala
Guadalaxara
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 227 ff. 201-219
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 227 ff. 201-219
Language
Spanish
Notes
This sequence is listed in the indice del ramo de Provincias Internas as expediente number 10
Reference Number
22700014
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Bonavia
Cruz
Person Last Name
Bonavia
Batres
Cruz
Galicia
Sousa
Lopez Andres
Andrade
Gonzales de Velasco
Benites
Vallejo
Escoto
Reynoso
Cavallero
Velez
Chavariso
Sanchez Lenero
Cumplido
Venacio del Valle
Cambero
Sanchez
Beginning Date Month
September
End Date Month
April
Beginning Date (repacked)
09-16-1815
End Date (repacked)
04-18-1815
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12225
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
General Subjects
Collections
Rights
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Letters commenting on the provisions adopted by Bonavia and the junta provisional by the real tribunal general de mineria with recommendations that the provisions of the former body be rescinded.

Serial Number
041-04990
Title
Letters commenting on the provisions adopted by Bonavia and the junta provisional by the real tribunal general de mineria with recommendations that the provisions of the former body be rescinded.
Date
07-29-1815
Date
08-20-1815
Documentation
Mexico. July 29, 1815 - August 20, 1815. 30p. Letters. Originals.
Summary
Order allows exception for Bonavia in that he is allowed to ship metals out of southern ports if and when he makes sure that shipments reach Spain directly; letter advising the virrey the deleterious effect that some of Bonavia's measures are having on the fiscal condition of the real hacienda, real tribunal de Mineria, and miners in the Provincias Internas de Occidente, petition that virrey order Bonavia to terminate measures described, measures in question have been discussed in detail in the preceeding folios of this volume starting with ff.147 and in general terms include donations of metals to mint, allowing unlimited entry to metals into the area from other areas and the related trade in contraband, allowing of gold and silver to come into ports in Provincias Internas de Occidente from Peru, Guatemala etc. Instead of being shipped directly to Spain, charging of duties on metals going to Mexico City instead of the duty being Charged there; sagaxruxieta advises virrey on how to proceed with petition of the administrative bodies cited above I terms of transmittal of communications; a summary of the provisions adopted by the junta provisional, the provisions adopted by the real tribunal general de Mineria in response as well as those by the real hacienda; letter from virrey making decision to decide in favor of the request of the real tribunal general de Mineria to terminate the contributions of metals to the mint established in Durango. (O. Velez, September 1989)
Persons
Bonavia y Zapata, Bernardo (Comandante General)
Perez Gallardo, Ricardo (Licenciado)
Beltran, Jose Maria (Contador Mayor)
Aperechexo, Fermin Antonio de
Sagaxruxieto
Places
Santa Cruz
Durango
Peru
Santa Fe
Guatemala
Sonora
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 227 ff. 186-201
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 227 ff. 186-201
Notes
This sequence is included as part of expediente 9 Vol. 227 according to the indice del ramo de Provincias Internas
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Bonavia y Zapata
Perez Gallardo
Beltran
Aperechexo
Beginning Date Month
July
End Date Month
August
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-29-1815
End Date (repacked)
08-20-1815
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12224
General Subjects
Collections
Rights
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Letters concerning prohibitions on the shipment of metals from the southern ports and other related matters.

Serial Number
041-04987
Title
Letters concerning prohibitions on the shipment of metals from the southern ports and other related matters.
Author(s)
Sargarzurrida
Bonavia, Bernardo (Comandante General) and others From the Real Tribunal de Mineria and Junta Superior de Real Hacienda.
Date
07-17-1815
Date
10-21-1815
Documentation
Mexico/Monterrey. July 17, 1815 - October 21, 1815. 26p. Letters. Originals/copies.
Summary
Letter advising of decision by tribunal de mineria that bulk gold and silver shipments will not be permitted from the southern ports; index of letters in this sequence; letter partially explaining the decision as one motivated by the problems being encountered in ships reaching Spain; copy of testimony given to fiscal on this matter questioning the prudence of this prohibition, mentions effects on the royal fifth, understands the order to be directed at ports in Peru and Guatemala, in addition thinks that the prohibition is directed at shipments leaving said ports and headed not for Spain but for Veracruz; further reservations expressed concerning prohibition on matters such as; having miners barter a third of their holdings in metal for coin currency with the metals being given to the establishment of a provisional mint being established in Durango the shipping prohibition mentioned earlier, and an objection to royal fifth being Charged in places other than Mexico when the destination of metals in question is Mexico; letter describing instance where a shipment of metals from Peru to Mexico was turn back in accordance with new law; copies of permits related to above are requested, permission was given by presidente de Guadalaxara to Olasagarre, Parrani, and Boet. (O. Velez, September 1989)
Persons
Bonavia, Bernardo (Comandante General)
Perez Gallardo, Ricardo (Licenciado)
Calleja, Felix Maria (Virrey)
Beltran, Jose Maria (Contador)
Boet, Narciso
Parrani, Juan
Olasagarre, Pedro Juan de
Sargarzurrida
Places
Guadalaxara
Durango
Monterrey
Veracruz
Peru (Reyno)
Tierrafirme
Guatemala
Panama
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 227 ff. 147-159
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 227 ff. 147-159
Language
Spanish
Notes
This series is listed in indice del ramo de Provincias Internas as expediente number 8
Reference Number
22700010
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Sargarzurrida
Bonavia
Bonavia
Person Last Name
Bonavia
Perez Gallardo
Calleja
Beltran
Boet
Parrani
Olasagarre
Beginning Date Month
July
End Date Month
October
Beginning Date (repacked)
07-17-1815
End Date (repacked)
10-21-1815
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/12221
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
General Subjects
Collections
Rights
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