Aguardiente

el ayuntamiento y Cabildo de Monterrey sobre lo ocurrido con el senor Arredondo y el vecindario con motivo de la funcion de besamanos el dia del rey nuestro senor.

Serial Number
041-05783
Title
el ayuntamiento y Cabildo de Monterrey sobre lo ocurrido con el senor Arredondo y el vecindario con motivo de la funcion de besamanos el dia del rey nuestro senor.
Author(s)
Sotomayor, Jose Gregorio
Garza, Juan Jose de la
Garza, Juan Francisco de la
and others
Date
10-23-1814
Date
01-20-1819
Documentation
Monterrey. October 23, 1814. 126p. Letters. Relaciones. Originals. Signed.
Summary
Contains testimonies and relaciones concerning events in Plaza of Monterrey on Fernando Septimo's birthday where a troop of grenadiers led by captain Fernandez, having drunk much aguardiente, Ran through town shooting randomly and shouting, muera la constitucion, muera los liberales y estos cabrones de Monterrey y viva el rey; tore down statue of goddess minerva on top of pyramid in Plaza and replaced it with bust of Fernando Septimo. (K. Hubin, may, 1990)
Persons
Sotomayor, Jose Gregorio de
Garza, Juan Jose de la
Muxica, Juan Antonio
Arredondo, Joaquin de (General)
Garza, Juan Francisco de la
Olvera, Jose Candelario
Fernandez, Jose Antonio
Garcia, Jose Damian
Tixerina, Vicente
Soler, Jose
Tamez, Juan
Trevino, Juan
Quiros, Mateo
Tixerina, Rafael
Saldibar, Trinidad
Cantu, Bernardino
Tixerina, Ramon
Santos Perez, Jose de los
Uribe, Fernando
Valdes, Juan
Sada, Jose Maria (Capitan)
Guitron, Jose Maria
Sada, Matias de
Lozano, Mateo (Padre)
Campos, Ysidro
Garza, Jose Luis de la
Elisando, Juan
Sanchez, Jose Juan
Torres (Alferez)
Gudino, Felix
Farias, Francisco Antonio
Llano, Matias de
Morales, Pedro Jose
Cardenas, Jose Maria de
Cordero, Antonio
Aldazoro, Ambrocio Maria de
Valle, Pedro del
Martinez, Jose Ygnacio
Garza, Jose Lorenzo de la
Guaxardo, Mariano
Cuevar, Manuel
Cuevar, Jose Antonio
Guaxardo, Francisco
Munos, Victoriano
Rubio, Jose Antonio
Cespedes, Jose (Capitan)
Burra, Bruno (Capitan)
Polanco, Francisco
Gonzales, Juan Jose
Cavazos, Maria Gertrudis
Reyno, Dionicio
Sanes, Julian
Perez, Jose de Jesus
Gonzalez, German
Perea, Ramon (Capitan)
Ayala, Agabo de (Capitan)
Barrera, Francisco (Capitan)
Pardo, Manuel (Teniente Coronel)
Calleja, Felix Maria
Ugarte, Domingo de
Guerra, Jose Lorenzo
Leon Lobos, Jose
Arze Rosales, Juan Francisco
Campo, Pedro Simon Del
Places
Monclova
Monterrey
San Luis Potosi
San Francisco (Valle)
Mamulique (Hacienda)
Salinas
San Miguel Grande
Guaxuco (Valle)
San Xavier (Iglesia)
Saltillo
Veracruz
Laredo
Bexar
Military Groups
Veracruz, Batallon Fixo de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 260 ff. 080-143
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 260 ff. 080-143
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
26000004
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Sotomayor
Garza
Garza
Garza
Person Last Name
Sotomayor
Garza
Muxica
Arredondo
Garza
Olvera
Fernandez
Garcia
Tixerina
Soler
Tamez
Trevino
Quiros
Tixerina
Saldibar
Cantu
Tixerina
Santos Perez
Uribe
Valdes
Sada
Guitron
Sada
Lozano
Campos
Garza
Elisando
Sanchez
Torres
Gudino
Farias
Llano
Morales
Cardenas
Cordero
Aldazoro
Valle
Martinez
Garza
Guaxardo
Cuevar
Cuevar
Guaxardo
Munos
Rubio
Cespedes
Burra
Polanco
Gonzales
Cavazos
Reyno
Sanes
Perez
Gonzalez
Perea
Ayala
Barrera
Pardo
Calleja
Ugarte
Guerra
Leon Lobos
Arze Rosales
Campo
Beginning Date Month
October
End Date Month
January
Beginning Date (repacked)
10-23-1814
End Date (repacked)
01-20-1819
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/13018
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Documents concerning accusations of mistreatment of Indians in missions in alta California

Serial Number
041-04723
Title
Documents concerning accusations of mistreatment of Indians in missions in alta California
Author(s)
Concepcion, Antonio de la (Fray)
Date
08-20-1778
Date
04-19-1805
Documentation
California. August 20, 1798. 278p. Informes. Letters. Signed.
Summary
Informe concerning complaints from Concepcion against a number of frays from misiones fernandinas. Complains include doctrination of Indians in their own languages, baptism without previous instruction, economic inequality between missions, and a number of petty complaints, Concepcion is accused of being crazy, and transfering him to another colegio is recommended. Follows letter from Concepcion asking for audience from virrey and detailed account of situation. Questionnaire sent by Borica to comandantes of presidios asking about situation in misiones; answers describe in some detail every day life of converted Indians including housing, daily diet and clothing in misiones (folios 10-41). Follows copy of informe previously sent to Branciforte by Borica, and now sent to Azanza. Letter from Buenaventura describing in detail con un Muchacho y Le mando que Se Vaya a fornicar. Borica certifies Arenaza's good record in official document. Follows summary of book-keeping in missions of Nueva California. History of religious, military and civil dominance in California since 1772 is described in some detail by Lull, asking to clear the name of the Missiones in California. Fiscal de la real hacienda suggests sending Concepcion back to Spain to avoid scandals. Unsigned document explaining how missions in California should be divided among different orders. In a long document Laruen summarizes in detail everyday life in missions in California special detail on punishment to Indians, number of lashes, instrument etc, claiming that if something, the treatment to Indians is very soft (mui blando el trato), also very detailed account of aranceles of all missions in California. Laruen asks to dismiss the whole incident with Concepcion, explaining that it is all based in anger of neighbor misiones and presidios due to his bad attitude toward them, follows similar detailed account on housing including measurements of dwellings, materials of clothing, money allocated. This informe and particularly the one that follows are an answer to accusations made by Borica and a number of captains of presidios in the area. (folios 63-101, 104-111). Following is a long document from Arillaga explaining discrepancies between reports from missionaries and military personnel, he explains cada uno dice de la Feria, como Le fue en ella. (folios 112-119). Letters from fiscal de la real hacienda clear the misiones from any fault, concluding the expediente
Persons
Martinez de Arenazal, Pasqual (Fray)
Sanches, Francisco Miguel (Fray)
Garcia, Diego (Fray)
Fernandez, Josef Maria (Fray)
Torrent, Xilario (Fray)
Concepcion, Juan Antonio de la (Fray)
Cordoba, Alberto de (Ingeniero)
Buenaventura (Fray)
Lasuen, Fermin
Peiri, Antonio (Fray)
Borica, Diego de (Gobernador)
Azanza, Miguel Joseph de (Virrey)
Arguello, Josef
Gonesechea, Felipe
Martinez, Esteban
Cordoba, Alberto de
Branciforte, Marquez de (Virrey)
Rebuelta, Lorenzo (Fray)
Gonzales Calderon, Miguel
Galvez, Jose de
Bucareli y Urzua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Valero, Marquez de (Virrey)
Conquista, Duque de la
Costales, Gabriel (Capitan)
Lull, Miguel (Fray)
Yriarte, Pedro de (Fray)
Vega Villasis y Cordoba, Laso de la (Cavallero Comendador)
Valcarcel, Domingo
Goycoechea, Felipe de (Comandante)
Soler, Pablo (Cirujano)
Pava, Luis (Cirujano)
Laruen, Fermin Francisco (Fray) (Presidente)
Romero, Joseph Antonio
Saavedra, Ramon (Comandante)
Cortes, Juan (Fray)
Tapis, Estevan (Fray)
Valencia, Martin de (Fray)
Weissen, Matias (Fray)
Benicio, Felipe (Ybon)
Cota, Pablo (Alferez)
Senan, Jose (Fray)
Santa Maria, Vicente de (Fray)
Berenguer de Marquina, Felix (Virrey)
Arillaga, Jose Joaquin de (Gobernador)
Lopez, Baldomero (Fray)
Galiana, Domingo (Fray)
Garijo, Agustin (Fray)
Pena, Thomas de la (Fray)
Callejas, Pedro (Fray)
Places
Nueva California
San Fernando (Colegio)
Queretaro, Santa Cruz de (Colegio)
San Diego
Mexico, Ciudad de
San Miguel (Mision)
Monterrey (Presidio)
Guadalajara
San Francisco (Mision)
Santa Clara (Mision)
Santa Cruz (Mision)
San Joseph (Mision)
San Carlos (Mision)
Padua, San Antonio de (Mision)
San Luis Obispo (Mision)
Soledad (Mision)
San Juan Bautista (Mision)
Santa Barbara (Mision)
Cadiz
Veracruz
San Gabriel
Capistrano, San Juan
San Blas
Colorado (Rio)
Tepic
Madrid
Aranjuez
Ethnic Groups
Franceses
Ingleses
Military Groups
Military
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 216 ff. 001-131
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 216 ff. 001-131
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
21600001
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Martinez de Arenazal
Sanches
Garcia
Fernandez
Torrent
Concepcion
Cordoba
Buenaventura
Lasuen
Peiri
Borica
Azanza
Arguello
Gonesechea
Martinez
Cordoba
Branciforte
Rebuelta
Gonzales Calderon
Galvez
Bucareli y Urzua
Valero
Conquista
Costales
Lull
Yriarte
Vega Villasis y Cordoba
Valcarcel
Goycoechea
Soler
Pava
Laruen
Romero
Saavedra
Cortes
Tapis
Valencia
Weissen
Benicio
Cota
Senan
Santa Maria
Berenguer de Marquina
Arillaga
Lopez
Galiana
Garijo
Pena
Callejas
Beginning Date Month
August
End Date Month
April
Beginning Date (repacked)
08-20-1778
End Date (repacked)
04-19-1805
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11957
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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Copies of letters dealing primarily with necessity of improving defense along Texas border against threat of U.S. aggression.

Serial Number
041-04472
Title
Copies of letters dealing primarily with necessity of improving defense along Texas border against threat of U.S. aggression.
Author(s)
Salcedo, Nemesio (Comandante General)
Velasco, Francisco
Date
04-24-1809
Date
05-08-1810
Documentation
Bexar, chihuagua. April 24, 1809-May 8, 1810. 38p. Letters. Copies.
Summary
Very interesting copies of correspondence between Salcedo and Bonavia regarding defense of land bordering with U.s. And much discussion of U.s. Military potential and mention of some U.s. aggression; at core of correspondence is concern that Spanish military not powerful or well organized enough to defend north provinces against americans; discussion of fidelity of Indians shifting to americans due to corruption by merchants; much discussion of logistics, statistics, hypothetical situations; it is agreed that artilleria volante desperately needed among 154, 158, 160-163. (D. J. McClelland, may 1989)
Persons
Salcedo, Nemesio (Brigadier)(Comandante General)
Henderson, Maria Rafael (Anglo Americano)
La Rosa, Francisco
Leone, Santiago
Bonavia, Bernardo (Brigadier)
Velazco, Francisco
Trespalacios, Jose Felix
Aguirre, Felix de
Miguelena, Juan Thomas de
Valle, Manuel Antonio del
Cordero, Antonio (Coronel) (Comandante)
Salcedo, Manuel de (Teniente Coronel)
Aguirre, Felix de
Emparam, Miguel Jose de
Wilkinson (General)
Chacto
Foronda, Valentin
Lizana, Francisco Xavier de
Zoto, Marcelo
Herrera, Simon de (Comandante)
Places
Luisiana
Natchitoches
Misuri
Colorado
Misisipi (Rio)
Nuevo Leon
Santander
Kentukey
Teneci
Ohio
Canada
Plate (Rio)
Nuevo Mexico
Akansas
Santa Fe
San Luis de Illinueses
Arcas
Golfo (Paraje)
Natches
Colorado (Rio)
Bayupierre
Nacogdoches
Estados Unidos
Rio Grande (Presidio)
Movila
Orleans (Territorio)
Baton Rouge
Baliza
Misisipi (Embocadura)
Barataria (Lago)
Florida
Sabinas (Nacimiento)
Atascosito
Trinidad (Villa)
Guadalupe
Bahia del Espiritu Santo (Presidio)
Matagorda (Puerta)
Viscaya
Cataluna
Veracruz
Bexar
Monterrey
Havana
Texas
Coahuila
Nueva Orleane
Ethnic Groups
Alibamones
Alivamon
Cados
Anglo-Americanos
Yngleses
Franceses
Akansas
Pananas
Chacto
Tahuayaces
Military Groups
Bahia del Espiritu Santo, destacamento del Presidio de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 201 ff. 145-164
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 201 ff. 145-164
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
20100009
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Salcedo
Velasco
Person Last Name
Salcedo
Henderson
La Rosa
Leone
Bonavia
Velazco
Trespalacios
Aguirre
Miguelena
Valle
Cordero
Salcedo
Aguirre
Emparam
Wilkinson
Chacto
Foronda
Lizana
Zoto
Herrera
Beginning Date Month
April
End Date Month
May
Beginning Date (repacked)
04-24-1809
End Date (repacked)
05-08-1810
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11706
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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1820. Provincias internas de occidente numero 111. El senor comandante que de ellas remite la sumaria formada contra el soldado de la 1a. Compania de Durango Dario Martinez

Serial Number
041-04297
Title
1820. Provincias internas de occidente numero 111. El senor comandante que de ellas remite la sumaria formada contra el soldado de la 1a. Compania de Durango Dario Martinez
Author(s)
Venadito, Conde del (Virrey)
Ruiz Bustamante, Juan Jose
Garcia Conde, Diego (Gobernador)
and others
Date
02-04-1820
Date
06-21-1820
Documentation
Durango. February 4, 1820-June 21, 1820. 42p. Letters, autos. Originals, signed.
Summary
Autos accusing Martinez of being drunk and shooting through the Door of Monica Gonzalez. All the people who saw the incident were questioned and all felt he was completly drunk. Autos are sent to the governor and virrey. Fiscales suggest he be pardoned if one of his accusers, Urbina, agrees. (D. Bautista, June 1990)
Persons
Martinez, Dario (Soldado)
Tomelloso, Prisciliano (Teniente)
Rosa, Nepomuceno de la (Teniente)
Urbina, Jose Octaviano (Soldado)
Garcia Conde, Diego (Gobernador)
Ruiz de Bustamante, Juan Jose
Martinez, Silverio
Contreras, Juana Gregoria
Bravo, Joaquin (Sargento)
Ruiz, Jose Maria
Gomez Sancido, Francisco Antonio
Cosio, Mariano
Briones, Macario
Maciel, Nicolas
Paredes, Manuel (Soldado)
Garay, Luterio
Garcia Conde, Alexo (Comandante)
Venadito, Conde del (Virrey)
Gonsales, Monica
Places
Durango
Agua, Ojo de
Military Groups
Durango, Primer Compania de Infanteria
Durango, Cuarta Compania de Caballeria
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 190 ff. 306-327 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 190 ff. 306-327 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered. This series of documents begins with the phrase found in the title above.
Reference Number
19000015
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Venadito
Ruiz Bustamante
Garcia Conde
Garcia Conde
Person Last Name
Martinez
Tomelloso
Rosa
Urbina
Garcia Conde
Ruiz de Bustamante
Martinez
Contreras
Bravo
Ruiz
Gomez Sancido
Cosio
Briones
Maciel
Paredes
Garay
Garcia Conde
Venadito
Gonsales
Beginning Date Month
February
End Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
02-04-1820
End Date (repacked)
06-21-1820
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11531
ISO 369-1 Language code
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ISO 369-3 Language code
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French trespassing into Spanish territory, part iv

Serial Number
041-04185
Title
French trespassing into Spanish territory, part iv
Author(s)
Valcarcel y Formento, Domingo
Echavarri, Francisco Antonio de
Andreu y Ferras, Antonio and others.
Date
00-00-1721
Date
00-00-1754
Documentation
Mexico. San Xavier presidio. September 25, 1753 - March 4, 1754. 120p. Autos. Originals. Signed.
Summary
Begins with review of previous testimonies and conclusions drawn. All witnesses believe Colorado River to be the boundary between the two territories. Barrio believes Misisipi (Sic) River to be boundary. Testimonies are considered hearsay and not conclusive. Governor of Texas deems necessary to establish boundary between territories and move French presidios from la Isleta to Nachitos. Questions discussed; engineer to survey boundaries, squadron of 20 soldiers and one official to observe the French, wine and aguardiente trade with French, 36 French companies each of 50 men and 100 swiss men, slaves fleeing French masters, Frenchman San Denis bestowing titles of rank on Indians in Spanish territory, French lenguarazes in Spanish territory. French are described as machinaciones, wanting to trade with anyone and that the only way to control them is by populating presidios with more Spaniards. Ff. 253 - 264 junta de guerra y hacienda discusses same as aforementioned including; one-third advance on pay to soldiers; governor of Texas to determine amount of land usurped by French, names of French towns and presidios established on Spanish territory. All witnesses believe the French occupied lands from 1734 - 36, no new towns have been built, French trade gunpowder, clothing, etc.., with Indians in Texas. Many Indian tribes ally with the Texas Indians and the French. These same Indians consider the Spanish the enemy. Ff. 264 - 275 junta de guerra y hacienda discuss and resolve the following eight points. The governor of Texas should inform commander of Nachitos to return to his Side of the Colorado River, the boundary. The governor will not be sent engineers to map and restore usurped land. A twenty-man squadron with one official will not be sent to the San Pedro River to observe the French. No decision yet as to whether the Texas squadron will be reinforced as the Nueva Veracruz squadron, only a break in relations could decide that. Wine and aguardiente trade with the French desired due to the cold winters is prohibited. Decree proclaiming black French slaves free is prohibited as provocation of the French. Spanish Indians in Texas are not prohibited to trade with the French as the Spanish want to keep the Indians happy and possibly sway the Indians to trade with the Spanish. The second part of this point decides to prohibit the French from bestowing titles of rank on Spanish Indians. The final point permits the French lenguarases to remain in Spanish territory so as not to provoke the French. (E. Wilson, January 90)
Persons
Barrios y Jauregui, Jacinto de (Gobernador)
Altamira, Marques de (Auditor)
Boneo, Justo (Gobernador)
Enzenada, Marques de la
Conquista, Duque de la (Virrey)
Fonclara, Conde de (Virrey)
Sandoval, Manuel (Capitan) (Gobernador)
San Denis, Luis de (Frances)
Villavicencio, Pedro Malo de (Doctor)(Auditor)
Aguayo, Marques de San Miguel de
Codallos y Rabal, Joseph (Doctor)(Frances)
Pierre (Monsiur)
Orovio Basterra, Prudencia (Gobernador)
Olivan, Juan de (Auditor General)
Calahorra, Joseph (Padre Fray)
Busillos, Juan Antonio
Soto Bermudez, Antonio de (Teniente)
Flor, la (French) (Gobernador)
Rivera, Pedro de (Mariscal de Campo)
Blans, Cesar de (Comandante)
Ravago y Teran, Phelipe (Capitan)
Mallet, Pedro (Frances)
Guemes y Horcasitas, Juan Francisco
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Echavarri, Francisco Antonio de
Valcarzel y Formento, Domingo
Andreu y Ferras, Antonio
Barroeta, Juan Chrisostomo de (Regente)
Valparaiso, Conde de Matheo de (Contador)
Cortillas, Joachin de (Contador)
Mella y Vusa, Alonzo de (Contador)
Miranda, Ignacio Joseph de (Oficial)
Diaz de Zelis, Joseph (Oficial)
Somosa y Torres, Pedro Maria (Oficial)
Rodriguez Gallardo, Joseph Raphael (Contador)
Urdanegui y Lujan, Juan de (Contador)
Orobio Vasterra, Prudencio de (Gobernador)
San Denis, Luis de (Alferez)(Hijo)
Vallejo (Fray)
Olivan, Juan de (Auditor)
Places
Aranjuez
Nachitos, San Juan Bauptista (Presidio)
Rojo (Rio)
Colorado (Rio)
Francia
Adaes (Presidio)
Tejas
Gran Montana
Arroyo Hondo
Mexico, Santa Iglesia Metropolitana de
Buen Retiro
Santa Rosa (Isla)
Misisipi (Rio)
Nueva Orleans
Luciana
Isleta (Presidio)
Nacodoches (Mision)
San Pedro (Rio)
Trinidad (Rio)
San Antonio (Rio)
Vejar, San Antonio de (Presidio)
Veracruz (Puerto)(Presidio)
Havana
Nuevo Mexico
San Xavier (Presidio)
Taos (Pueblo)
Caudacho (Pueblo)
Puente Cupe
Arinais (Provincia)
Trinidad (Rio)
Ethnic Groups
Franceses
Nazones
Nadotes
Navidachos
Teguacanas
Azinaiz
Nachies
Zuizos
Ingleses
Apaches
Cumanches
Pelones
Tebancamas
Tancangueyes
Tebancanas
Yujuanes
Chicaes
Aguajuanis
Aguajos
Tancames
Guajis
Guesos
Fusas
Exanes
Pianes
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 181 ff. 216-275
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 181 ff. 216-275
Language
Spanish
Notes
Interesting and detailed reasons for decisions made, official seals on pages obscures writing, ff. 245, 274 duplicated,
Reference Number
18100005
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Valcarcel y Formento
Echavarri
Andreu y Ferras
Person Last Name
Barrios y Jauregui
Altamira
Boneo
Enzenada
Conquista
Fonclara
Sandoval
San Denis
Villavicencio
Aguayo
Codallos y Rabal
Pierre
Orovio Basterra
Olivan
Calahorra
Busillos
Soto Bermudez
Flor
Rivera
Blans
Ravago y Teran
Mallet
Guemes y Horcasitas
Revilla Gigedo
Echavarri
Valcarzel y Formento
Andreu y Ferras
Barroeta
Valparaiso
Cortillas
Mella y Vusa
Miranda
Diaz de Zelis
Somosa y Torres
Rodriguez Gallardo
Urdanegui y Lujan
Orobio Vasterra
San Denis
Vallejo
Olivan
Beginning Date (repacked)
1721
End Date (repacked)
1754
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11419
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Autos concerning French trespassing onto Spanish territory, Part II.

Serial Number
041-04183
Title
Autos concerning French trespassing onto Spanish territory, Part II.
Author(s)
Barrios y Jauregui, Jacinto de (Gobernador)
Altamira, Marques de (Auditor de Guerra)
Valcarzel y Formento, Domingo (Oydor Subdecano)
and others
Date
00-00-1690
Date
03-10-1752
Documentation
Adais. Mexico. November 8, 1751 - October 3, 1752. 116p. Relaciones. Autos. Originals. Signed. Copies.
Summary
Reiteration of the six questions in Vol. 181 seq. B. Between 1750 and 1751 French troops and families arrived in new Orleans presumed to fortify population of Nachitos, puente Cupe and Caudachos. The Indians in the area are presumed to like the French as they are generous with guns, bullets, etc... In endless quantities. The Spanish are uneasy about the French trading with the Indians and trespassing the boundary dividing the two territories established in 1720, the Colorado River. The Spanish view the Mississippi River as a natural boundary. Past autos and documents are consulted to determine how past governors settled the question of trespassing. Sandoval is found to have permitted illegal trading between French and Indians in Spanish territory. The French should definitely abandon any presidios built within Spanish territory and return to Nachitos, talk of war with the French if they donot do so peacefully. Aguardiente and wine trade with the French is questioned. English are found to be trading with the apachilinos and the Samases on Santa Rosa Island. Ff. 146 - 147 is a relacion that orders meeting of guerra and hacienda to resolve whether; Escolta is needed on San Pedro River to observe French activities; a mapping engineer is needed to assist governor in defining boundaries; peaceful or forceful removal of French is needed; Spanish troops should be moved to Adais presidio in case of forceful removal; 1/3 advance on pay be approved for soldiers to equip themselves with rations; French aguardiente and wine be allowed in moderation due to extreme Weather temperatures in region; all documents on this subject should be collected so as not to contradict any royal warrants concerning the French and Spanish boundaries; the governor of Texas should execute said relaciones. On ff. 150 the junta de guerra y hacienda is begun to resolve the aforementioned problems. (E. Wilson, November 1989)
Persons
Barrios y Jauregui, Jacinto de (Gobernador)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Barrio, Pedro del (Gobernador)
Yarza y Ascona, Juan de (Comandante)
Altamira, Marques de (Auditor de Guerra)
San Dionicio, Luis de (Alferez)
Sandoval, Manuel de (Gobernador)
Coloarra, Joseph (Fray)
Franquis, Carlos de (Gobernador)
Ensenada, Marques de
Vedolla, Pedro (Fiscal)
Boneo, Justo (Gobernador)
Fuenclara, Conde de
Conquista, Duque de la
Guemes y Horcasitas, Juan Francisco de (Conde de Revilla Gigedo)
Valcarzel y Formento, Domingo (Oydor Subdecano)
Lopez Adan, Francisco (Oydor Subdecano)
Andreu y Ferraz, Antonio (Doctor)(Fiscal)
Barroeta, Juan Chrisostomo de (Regente)
Cortillas, Joachin de (Contador)
Miranda, Ignacio Joseph de (Oficial Real)
Mazo Calderon, Joseph del (Oficial Real)
Zelis, Joseph Diaz de (Oficial Real)
Bustillos, Juan Antonio (Gobernador)
Barrio Junco y Espriella, Pedro del (Gobernador)
Franquis Benites de Lugo, Carlos de (Coronel)
Ortega, Pedro de (Alferez)
Sandemis, Luis de (Segundo)(Alferez)
Sandemis, Luis de (Comandante)
San Miguel de Aguayo, Marques de
Places
Colorado (Rio)
San Antonio (Presidio)
Cadiz (Puerto)
Nachitos (Presidio)
Caudachos
Nacodoches
Siguensa, Santa Rosa Punta de (Presidio)
San Fernando (Villa)
Coahuila (Provincia)
Nueva Viscaya
Nueva Francia
San Pedro (Rio)
Texas
Santa Rosa
San Xavier
Saltillo
Misipipi (Rio)
Nuevo Mexico
Leon, Nuevo Reyno de (Provincia)
Aranjuez
San Xavier (Rio)
Adais (Presidio)
Puente Cupe (Presidio)
Florida
Caudachos (Presidio)
Adaiz (Rio)
Yatasi (Pueblo)
Nazones (Pueblo)
Movila
Nuevo Orleans
Gran Montana (Paraje)
Zacatecas (Provincia)
Veracruz (Punto)
Sirinue (Poblacion)
Aguayo, San Miguel de (Mision)
Abalache, San Marcos de (Fuerte)
Ethnic Groups
Franceses
Apaches
Nacodoches
Yatasi
Nazones
Apachalinos
Samases
Ingleses
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 181 ff. 103-162
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 181 ff. 103-162
Language
Spanish
Notes
Binding swallows words, ff. 132 is duplicated
Reference Number
18100003
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Barrios y Jauregui
Altamira
Valcarzel y Formento
Valcarzel y Formento
Person Last Name
Barrios y Jauregui
Revilla Gigedo
Barrio
Yarza y Ascona
Altamira
San Dionicio
Sandoval
Coloarra
Franquis
Ensenada
Vedolla
Boneo
Fuenclara
Conquista
Guemes y Horcasitas
Valcarzel y Formento
Lopez Adan
Andreu y Ferraz
Barroeta
Cortillas
Miranda
Mazo Calderon
Zelis
Bustillos
Barrio Junco y Espriella
Franquis Benites de Lugo
Ortega
Sandemis
Sandemis
San Miguel de Aguayo
End Date Month
March
Beginning Date (repacked)
1690
End Date (repacked)
03-10-1752
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Text
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Letters written by Vaamonde and virrey concerning Indian attacks in Leon and its impacts on settlements and discussion of possible military reorganization in area to redress problem. First in this series begins with el senor comandante general.

Serial Number
041-03908
Title
Letters written by Vaamonde and virrey concerning Indian attacks in Leon and its impacts on settlements and discussion of possible military reorganization in area to redress problem. First in this series begins with el senor comandante general.
Author(s)
Vaamonde, Manuel (Governador)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Date
10-01-1791
Date
12-03-1791
Documentation
Monterrey, Mexico. October 10, 1791-December 03, 1791. 70pp. Approximate. Letters. Originals. Accusation that military campaign against indians has been slow and inefficient, goes into detail describing steps and strategies he has employed, attests to fact that he has also followed the virrey's orders to mount offensive campaign near Rio Grande (northern part), asks for reestablishment of two companies abolished by ugalde so that they May be transformed into 12 units, argues that the presence of these added troops would help encourage additional settlement and thereby add to sums collected in the form of diezmos, attack on presidio of punta de lamparos, indians attack yguana as one unit and then split up into two units and remain in area; vaamonde explains letter written to virrey in which virrey interpreted as being insolent, major point of contention being vaamonde request that two companies mentioned earlier be reestablished, cites the fact that indian attacks have increased because of the absence of the companies and that the area is a frontier and needs troops in order to establish the uncontestable reaches of the province, argues that the organization of these troops into 12 units of 29 men each would in some cases make for more successful settlements because the settlers would have as their primary concern things other than indian attacks, strategy he would have liked to use with the troops at his disposal would have been to keep them on the move continually so the indians would not be able to plan attack but small number of men and illness have made implementation of that strategy impossible. For that reason he seeks reestablishment of aforementioned companies; letter explains that the two companies abolished by ugalde without consultation with the preceeding governor Gonzales de santianes, says that when he requested the reestablishment of these from the current comandante general de armas Ramon de Castro he was severely rebuked and told that Coahuila was in dire need of said troops, makes same request of virrey and includes proposals on how this company would be paid -excise taxes, cites depopulation and poor agricultural output as consequences of settlers fears and divided attention, successful settlements would also improve the commercial integration of all of New Spain since these areas produce some important commodities, excise taxes to support troops would then be cost effective since vaamonde reasons producton in area would go up as well as consumption from added settlers; letter to virrey from vamonde telling of events in area as related to him by Ramon, information on troop movement in area of punta de lamparos and speaks of orders given to Ramon directly from Castro; letter from virrey to vaamonde mentioning his order on the subject of the reestablishment of the companies mentioned, will advise him on his decision. (O. Velez, September 1989)
Persons
Castro, Ramon de (Comandante General)
Laredo, Bustamante de (Capitan)
Ugalde, Juan de (Brigadier)
Arrambide, Juan de (Theniente)
Murgiez, Manuel (Alferes)
Valdez, Carmino (Alferes)
Vaamonde, Manuel (Governador)
Garza, Jose Manuel de la (Alferes)
Gorastiza, Pedro (Subinspector Mariscal de Campo)
Fuero, Pedro
Gonzales de Santianes, Vicente (Governador)
Ramon, Juan Ignacio (Theniente)
Carazco, Pedro (Theniente)
Places
Punta de Lamparos (Presidio)
Vallecillo (Real)
Serralbo
Saltillo (Villa)
San Fernando
Revilla
Coahuila (Provincia)
San Luis Potosi
Rio Salada
Rio Grande
Zacatecas
Sabana Grande
Nuevo Santander
Texas
San Luis de la Paz
Dolores
Cadereit
Rio Grande del Norte (Presidio)
Yguana
Monterrey
Military Groups
Punta de Lamparos, Compania Volante de
America, Regimiento de Infanteria de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 162 ff. 548-583 (Approx) exp. 13
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 162 ff. 548-583 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered. First in this series begins with the phrase found above in title
Reference Number
16200036
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Vaamonde
Revilla Gigedo
Person Last Name
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Laredo
Ugalde
Arrambide
Murgiez
Valdez
Vaamonde
Garza
Gorastiza
Fuero
Gonzales de Santianes
Ramon
Carazco
Beginning Date Month
October
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
10-01-1791
End Date (repacked)
12-03-1791
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Text
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oficio al governador de la Luisiana cortar las amistades de los Apaches lipanes con quatro parcialidades de la naciones del norte y el perjudical comercio de armas de fuego, polvora y munciones.

Serial Number
041-03905
Title
oficio al governador de la Luisiana cortar las amistades de los Apaches lipanes con quatro parcialidades de la naciones del norte y el perjudical comercio de armas de fuego, polvora y munciones.
Author(s)
Miro, Estevan (Governador de Luisiana)
Blanc, Luis de (Comandante)
Virrey Conde de Revilla Gigedo
Cavallo, Domingo (Governador y Capitan General)
Date
03-02-1791
Date
03-09-1792
Documentation
Mexico, nueva orleans, havana. March 2, 1791 - March 9, 1792. 52p. Approximate letters. Copies, originals. Apache indians living in peace until 1790 when ugalde led war against them, have had peace with the comanches, mentions groups that have been fighting with the Apaches lipanes and those others with whom they trade, prohibits the entrance of any lipanes into certain rancherias because that is their method of acquiring arms and ammunition; letter making it clear that the idea to pacify the indians of Texas originated with blanc; advises blanc to support enmity between various indian tribes settled between the Colorado river and rio de la Trinidad and the lipanes which are openly hostile to the Spanish, letter distinguishes between indian nations and factions with the latter being the ones most likely to be allied with lipanes, indians in all of Texas are somewhat in revolt because of the lack of goods, these used to be supplied by Armant but has not been able to because of his own lack of goods and credit, blanc seeks to go personally to indian villages in order to break links that some factions have with lipanes in trade and commerce (will need goods to facilitate this process) and will eventually will appoint a commissary to periodically visit indians in order to maintain their loyalties to Spanish and keep them pacified; Luis de blanc seeks to have his son named as commissary to indians cites his family's good relations with indians as supporting factor; indians trading pieles de liboras for the goods provided by the Spanish they call this trading combalache, sets out logistics of this commerce, Cabello advises those involved not to accept horses or donkeys as payment for goods because indians will just rob them later on. Talks of establishing prices for trade, advises that they not trade with aguardiente, cites the bundles of raw tobacco as one of the more important items with which to trade; miro has received copy of letter written by Cavello giving advise on how to handle indians in Texas and Coahuila from his personal experiences as governor in these areas. (O. Velez, September 1989)
Persons
Miro, Estevan (Governador de Luisiana)
Blanc, Luis de (Comandante)
Ugalde, Juan (Brigadier, Comandante General)
Castro, Ramon de (Comandante General)
Casas, Luis de las (Capitan General)
Blanc, Joseph Maria Carlos de (Cadete)
Armand, Joseph Maria (Proveedor General)
Nebe, Felipe de (Brigadier)
Pacheco, Rafael (Capitan)
Cavello, Domingo (Governador)
Places
Coaguila (Provincia)
Texas (Provincia)
San Antonio de Bexar (Presidio)
Havana
Natchitoches (Puerto)
Coahuila
Nacodochez (Pueblo)
Espiritu Santo, Bahia del (Presidio
Ethnic Groups
Apache Lipanes
Vidaises
Cocos
Atacapas
Orcoquizacs
Yscanis
Tuacanas
Comanches
Tauagaches
Tauscanas
Nabedachos
Osages
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 162 ff. 482-508 (Approx) exp. 12
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 162 ff. 482-508 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered. First in this series begins with the phrase found above in title
Reference Number
16200033
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Miro
Blanc
Virrey Conde de Revilla Gigedo
Cavallo
Virrey Conde de Revilla Gigedo
Cavallo
Person Last Name
Miro
Blanc
Ugalde
Castro
Casas
Blanc
Armand
Nebe
Pacheco
Cavello
Beginning Date Month
March
End Date Month
March
Beginning Date (repacked)
03-02-1791
End Date (repacked)
03-09-1792
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expediente formado a ynstancia de don Joaquin Lain Herrero, Alferez de las milicias del Nuevo Mexico sobre que se le paguen 400 pesos que regula de gastos en la conducion de los 5 venados que lleva a Espana.

Serial Number
041-03865
Title
expediente formado a ynstancia de don Joaquin Lain Herrero, Alferez de las milicias del Nuevo Mexico sobre que se le paguen 400 pesos que regula de gastos en la conducion de los 5 venados que lleva a Espana.
Author(s)
Lain Herrero, Joachin (Capitan de Milicias)
Lacunza, Juan Mathias de (Administrador)
Date
06-27-1782
Date
12-11-1782
Documentation
Mexico, Xalapa, Veracruz. June 27-December 11, 1782. 70p. Letters, cuentas. Originals, signed, copies.
Summary
Concerns cost of transportation and maintenance of five deer from Nueva Mexico for king; Cuentas including costs of feed for deer, pay for servants, aguardiente for sick deer (worms in ear); Herrero requests 400 pesos to continue covering costs; issue of financial support of Herrero's family discussed; servants complain of salaries being too low; letters, Cuentas mostly from Herrero. (D. J. McClelland, February 1989)
Persons
Lain Herrero, Joaquin (Alferez de Milicias)
Croix, Cavallero de (Comandante General)
Ugarte, Juan Baptista (Factor de la Renta de Tobaco)
Bucareli, Antonio
Nabarro, Francisco Trebol
Mesia
Carrillo
Montes, Felipe
Guerrero y Fagle, Juaquin Francisco
Alegria
Abad
Munoz, Manuel (Teniente Coronel)
Rajadel, Josef (Tesorero)
Merino, Juan (Arriero)
Amaya, Jorge (Arriero)
Pedreguera, Josef Antonio (Capitan de Milicias)
Diaz Mier, Juan (Licenciado)
Mayorga, Martin de
Campo Marin, Manuel del
Carrion y Andrade, Josef (Brigadier)(Gobernador)
Lacunza, Juan Mathias de la (Administrador)
Carvajal, Jose Antonio
Urrisa, Juan Ygnacio de (Intendiente)
Lasso, Joseph Maria
Pacheco, Salvador
Fregeque, Visente
Marques, Alexandro
Escorza, Manuel Antonio de (Tesorero)
Herrera, Fernando de
Places
Santa Fee (Villa)
Chiguagua
Durango (Ciudad)
Nuevo Mexico (Provincia)
Xalapa (Pueblo)
Veracruz (Puerto)(Ciudad)
Perote
San Christoval
San Juan
Otumba (Pueblo)
Yndia (Venta)
San Nicolas (Hacienda)
Vuenavista (Hacienda)
Piedras Negras (Hacienda)
Soto (Hacienda)
Portesuelo
San Francisco (Hacienda)
Las Bigas (Pueblo)
Havana
Arispe
Military Groups
Santa Fee, Milicias de Cavalleria de la Villa de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 161 ff. 383-418 exp. 14
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 161 ff. 383-418 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
16100014
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Lain Herrero
Lacunza
Person Last Name
Lain Herrero
Croix
Ugarte
Bucareli
Nabarro
Mesia
Carrillo
Montes
Guerrero y Fagle
Alegria
Abad
Munoz
Rajadel
Merino
Amaya
Pedreguera
Diaz Mier
Mayorga
Campo Marin
Carrion y Andrade
Lacunza
Carvajal
Urrisa
Lasso
Pacheco
Fregeque
Marques
Escorza
Herrera
Beginning Date Month
June
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-27-1782
End Date (repacked)
12-11-1782
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Text
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Consulta del governador del Nuevo Santander sobre haber muerto a dos indios el piquete de la marina...

Serial Number
041-03622
Title
Consulta del governador del Nuevo Santander sobre haber muerto a dos indios el piquete de la marina...
Author(s)
Lasaga, Diego de (Gobernador)
Posada (Fiscal)
Porras, Joseph Antonio de
and others
Date
12-13-1782
Date
12-31-1783
Documentation
Nuevo Santander. December 13, 1782-December 31, 1783. 46p. (Approx) Consulta, instancia, cuenta. Signed, originals.
Summary
Includes 4 expedientes, 15-18; 17 and 18 related. Numero 15 concerns battle between Piquete of soldiers and Camotero Indians; soldiers attempt to capture Camoteros, who resist with bow and arrow, killing 2 horses and a soldier; soldiers kill 2 Indians; find 2 Canoas, which governor decides they should keep, as soldiers need to cross River often; fiscal reminds governor that one-quarter of value of confiscated goods owed; governor responds saying Canoas do not appear Indian-made, besides are not serviceable, believes they are from shipwrecked 'san Judas Fadeo', wine and aguardiente also found, but governor argues it is weak and of little value. In 16, Bocio, widow of late governor, requests monthly pension of 20 reales; matter discussed among fiscales, approved. Numero 17 includes accounts of expenditures incurred while transporting Collera of Meco Indians to Mexico City; money from various sources; terms of some money lent discussed among fiscales. In 18, Lasaga notes that expenditures approved originally by predecessor, but that he too will approve them. (L. Kerr, June 1989)
Persons
Lasaga, Diego de (Gobernador)
Porras, Joseph Antonio de
Posada (Fiscal)
Mesia (Fiscal)
Galves, Mathias de (Virrey)
Garcia, Antonio (Capitan)
Bocio, Faustina Getrudis (Viuda)
Echeagaray, Manuel de (Capitan)
Carvajal, Antonio (Sargento Mayor)
Guadalupe del Penasco, Conde de Santa Maria (Coronel)
Carrillo (Fiscal)
Bustillo, Miguel
Banfi, Juan
Sierragorda, Conde de la
Croix, Carlos de (Virrey)
Gonzales de Santianes, Vicente de (Gobernador)
Places
Soto la Marina (Villa)
San Carlos (Villa)
Nuevo Santander
San Fernando (Costa)
Chiguagua (Tesoreria)
San Luis Potosi
Pila
San Francisco (Valle)
Taral
Cubo
Quemada
Dolores (Pueblo)
San Miguel
Mascala
Buena Vista
Saus
Rio, San Juan del
Arroyo Sarco
San Francisco (Pueblo)
Tepeje
Guatitlan
Ethnic Groups
Camoteros
Mecos
Military Groups
Provincias Internas, Companias Volantes de las
San Carlos, Caballeria de la Legion de
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 147 ff. 148-170 exp. 15-18 (Approx)
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 147 ff. 148-170 exp. 1
Language
Spanish
Notes
Some copies very dark, all unpaginated, some margins cut.
Reference Number
14700007
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Lasaga
Posada
Porras
Porras
Porras
Person Last Name
Lasaga
Porras
Posada
Mesia
Galves
Garcia
Bocio
Echeagaray
Carvajal
Guadalupe del Penasco
Carrillo
Bustillo
Banfi
Sierragorda
Croix
Gonzales de Santianes
Beginning Date Month
December
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
12-13-1782
End Date (repacked)
12-31-1783
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Text
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