Guide to Materials for the History of the United States in the Principal Archives of Mexico (Google eBook)

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Carnegie institution of Washington, 1913 - Archives - 553 pages
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Page iii - December, 1925, published by the Department of Historical Research of the Carnegie Institution of Washington.
Page 360 - Week before last, he [Burton] was in Philadelphia and declared to a near relative residing there (a respectable man and an earnest abolitionist) that the reason of his making said purchase, was that Texas was soon to be annexed to the United States, that President Jackson had declared to him at the city of Washington on the occasion of calling as he passed through that city about three weeks ago, that we must have it either by negotiation or force; that if 10,000 men would not do, 100,000 should,...
Page 366 - El Nuevo México y tierras adyacentes. Mapa levantado para la demarcación de los Límites de los Dominios Españoles y de los Estados Unidos por el PD José Pichardo quien lo dedica al Exmo. Sor. D. Francisco Xavier Venegas Virrey de esta NE &.
Page 365 - Ynfanteria del Regimiento de América D. J-oseph de Urrutia sobre varios puntos tomados en el tiempo de la expedición que hicieron por dha. frontera á las órdenes del Mariscal de Campo el Sor.
Page 469 - Diego López Pacheco Cabrera y Bobadilla, Marqués de Villena, Duque de Escalona.
Page 201 - Costanso, Miguel. Diario historico de los viages de mar, y tierra hechos al norte de la California.
Page 478 - TEXASi 1691-1692 Domingo Teran de los Rios 1693-1716 Texas unoccupied but included in Coahuila. 1716-1719 Martin de Alarcon appointed governor of Texas on December 7, 1716. (On August 5, 1716, he had been appointed governor of Coahuila.) 1719-1722 The Marques de San Miguel de Aguayo, governor of Coahuila and Texas 1722-1726 Fernando...
Page 469 - Don Tomás Antonio de la Cerda y Aragón, conde de Paredes, marqués de La Laguna.
Page 479 - Pedro del Barrio Junco y Espriella 1751-1759 Jacinto de Barrios y Jauregui. Barrios was appointed governor of Coahuila in 1757, but was retained in Texas until 1759 to complete a task. 1759-1766 Angel de Martos y Navarrete 1767-1770 Hugo Oconor (governor ad interim) 1770-1778 The Baron de Ripperda 1778-1786 Domingo Cabello 1786 Bernardo Bonavia appointed July 8, but apparently did not serve.
Page 122 - Baron deRiperda, para hereccion de un Nuevo Presidio, en fs. 103. Documentos 10. Resumen arreglado á lo que consta de los autos que se han formado en este Sup.°r Govierno, de las noticias que desde el año de 1788 hta.