Letters to virrey regarding decisions made as result of meeting between Ugarte and Ugalde.
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Chihuahua. June 26, 1789-September 11, 1789. 24p. Letters. Signed.
Concerns agreements made by Ugarte and Ugalde and current conditions and military events in provincias. Concerns best plan for defense and cooperation in both areas. Discusses troop movement and relocation for mutual assistance. Informs virrey that to comply with his request, some companies and half of compania volante have been transferred to Ugalde leaving several areas very weak. says just as troops left, Mescaleros began raids. Mescaleros continue to raid although some troops not in use by Ugalde. says Ugalde has greatest portion of soldiers yet does not protect. Includes copies of correspondence with Ugalde. Sends virrey information regarding first positive effects of agreements. Describes movement of campaigns resulting in several deaths and dismembered ears as proof of same. says in three years, 1,336 documented deaths. (M. Dannemiller, February 1989)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo (Comandante General)
Ugalde, Juan de (Comandante General)
Tovar, Joseph Maria de (Capitan)
Tortugas, Sierra de
Nueva Vizcaya, Compania Volante de
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 159 ff. 453-465
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 159 ff. 453-465
Originals of letters copied in these documents appear in folios 431-446.
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