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The Mexican Embassy in Washington and Consulates of Mexico in New Orleans and Havre de Grace, sent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports concerning: the recognition of the independence of Texas by France, Holland, Belgium and England and proposed annexation; Mexican protest to the recognition; a draft treaty on the borders of Mexico-Texas; meeting with Mexican troops in Bexar, Texas; the meeting of the Mexican warship "Iturbide" and the American ship "Columbia" off of Mexican coasts. p. 1-77.
Embassies and consulates of Mexico in the United States of America, France and New Orleans and Havre de Grace, sent reports to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on: recognition of the independence of Texas by France and England and the Mexican protest, a Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation between France and Texas; slaves in Texas and the mission of Barnard E. Bee, Texas agent in Mexico who is trying to handle the recognition and independence of their state. p. 78-139.
The Mexican Embassy in England sends reports and press clippings to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on: the recognition of the independence of Texas by England; Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation between England and Texas and a conference between the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mexico with the Minister Plenipotentiary of England in Mexico over the affairs of Texas. p. 140-189.
The mission of James Treat in Mexico to negotiate the recognition of the independence of Texas and an expedition of Texas ships against Matamoros, Tamaulipas. p. 190-213.
The Mexican Embassies in Washington, and France and the Consulate in New Orleans send to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports concerning: an English land acquisition plan in California; a 37 million franc loan to the Texas Commerce House by the Jacques Laffite Company of France; recognition of the independence of Texas by the Netherlands and Belgium; Mexican plan to reconquer Texas; the rebellion of General Urrea and apprehension of President Anastasio Bustamante of Mexico. p. 214-270.
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La Guerra de Texas y La Guerra Mexico - Estados Unidos, UTRGV Digital Library, The University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley