representaciones del coronel del regimento de dragones de Espana e intendente de Durango sobre dificultades para que permanezca alli este cuerpo, y ornes para que se regrese

Serial Number
041-03985
Title
representaciones del coronel del regimento de dragones de Espana e intendente de Durango sobre dificultades para que permanezca alli este cuerpo, y ornes para que se regrese
Author(s)
Gasiot y Mivalles, Juan
Moreno, Vicente (Coronel)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
and others
Date
03-03-1789
Date
07-25-1790
Documentation
Durango, Mexico. March 3, 1789-July 25, 1790. 212p. Originals. Signed. Copies. Informes.
Summary
Concern expressed by Moreno that housing expensive and food short as it is eaten by horses; Mendinueta recommends seed be made available at low price so soldiers do not desert; Wall of cavalry quarters in ruins, soldiers uncomfortable, horses damaged; discussion of (high) price of corn in region; price for corn gone from four to nine pesos per carga because of lack of rain; desertions continue as troops unhappy; soldier in Hospital incurring costs; haciendas asked for grain; baker stops making bread for regimento for lack of wheat; 25,000 pesos already given over from real Caxa of Durango; request that either horses be moved out to pastures away from the city, or 500 fanegas of corn be made available so corn is left for people in city; request for virrey to support Coronel in forcing Hacendados to keep prices low; testimony of Hacendados concerning their (lack of) grain; argument between Moreno and virrey concerning establishment of blame for shortages; certification that corn once selling for 4 pesos per carga now selling for 12 to 15 pesos per carga; lack of housing seen as resulting from increased number of shops; request for 12,000 to 14,000 pesos from real hacienda; Hacendado records the augmentation of 50 on his ranch because of lack of rain in other areas; bishop points out danger of leaving horses on haciendas outside city because of wild Indians; regimento is packed up for Querataro; royal decree that regimento retreat from Durango; regimento withdrawn from Durango for lack of grain; very repetitive; many copies. (p. Coyle November 1989)
Persons
Gasiot y Mivalles, Juan
Moreno, Vicente (Coronel)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Velasquez, Juan (Teniente Coronel)
Texada, Juan Antonio (Teniente)
Diaz, Domingo (Capitan)
Mendinueta, Pedro
Flores, Manuel Antonio
Bonilla
Gonzalez, Domingo
Alvares Prendes, Eusevio Mariano
Diaz de Hortega, Felipe
Campa, Joseph Mariano de la
Montoya, Vicente
Fernandez, Jose Thomas
Fernandez de Castro, Vicente
Escovar, Francisco Xavier
Fernandez de Castro, Pablo Antonio
Lavaien, Juan Miguel de
Carlos Quarto
Munoz, Jose (Capitan)
Yandiola, Juan Jose de (Teniente Coronel)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de
Gorostiza, Pedro
Castanos, Juan Manuel de
Lorenzo, Estevan (Obispo de Durango)
Avinito, San Josse
Valdes (Virrey)
Oroz, Diego de (Capitan)
Places
Durango
Chiguagua
Varas (Rio)
Sierra Madre
Puanas (Valle)
Sauceda (Valle)
Muleros (Valle)
Navacoyan (Valle)
Nueva Vizcaya
San Pedro Martin (Hacienda)
Duanas, San Juan Bautista de las (Hacienda)
Ermitanos, San Antonio de los (Hacienda)
Alcala, San Diego de (Hacienda)
Ochoa, San Miguel de (Hacienda)
Ochoa, San Diego del (Hacienda)
Sombrerete (Real)
Celaya
Queretaro
Puebla
Veracruz
Cacania (Hacienda)
Madrid
Military Groups
Espana, Regimento de Dragones de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 168 ff. 158-264 (Approx) no. 11
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 168 ff. 158-264 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Volume unfoliated. This series begins with the phrase found in the title above. Some ff. Overexposed.
Reference Number
16800006
Rights
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