Virrey. Evaluates Escandon's report on twenty-two towns of the colony of seno Mexicano.
Mexico (Ciudad). August 21, 1753. Letter. Copy.
Examines the report sent by escandor and offers steps to be taken as a result. Among points discussed in original Escandon report are- 1) resettlement of town of Camargo to a different and better location. 2) number of people, livestock, seed, etc. In Reynosa, Burgos, San Fernando, Mier, Revilla and Dolores. 3) support of priests by Indian contributions of corn. 4) incoming settlers to increase Spanish population. 5) reduction of Pame Indians, and those in Santander. 6) lack of priests. Report is received well, suggestions are made to further conquest. (M. Bowman) (1979)
Escondon, Joseph de
Garcia, Juan Baptista
Vasquez Borrego, Joseph
Fragoso, Augustin (Fray)
Castillo, Athanasio Antonio del
Benavides, Joseph Baez (Capitan)
Urrsaga, Domingo de
Malacara, Francisco Manrique
Altamira, Marques de
Arosqueta, Josepha de
Rivera, Buenaventura de (Fray)
Garza, Xavier de la
Ciprian, Antonio (Fray)
Guevara, Joseph de
AZU Film 4615 rl. 009 fr. 0439-0453
TXU, Austin, Thc-Ba, rl. 009 fr. 0439-0453
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