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Communications between the Mexican Consulate in New Orleans and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on: the protest of Mexico for the recognition of the independence of Texas by the U.S. government, and the defeat and arrest of President General Antonio López de Santa Anna in Texas. Protest in Mexico over recognition of Texas by the United States of America. p. 1-15.
Newsletter to Mexican diplomatic agents abroad, advising them to make a new proclamation on the blockade of the ports of Texas. p. 16-25.
Communications from the Minister to his Holiness on the blockade of Texas ports by American forces. p. 26.
The commanding general of the Northern Army reports that a U.S. official from the corvette “Button” or “Boston”, says the U.S. crew will harass Mexico. p. 27-32.
Communications between the Mexican Consulate in New Orleans and the senior officer in charge of the Ministry: Jose Maria Ortiz Monasterio, on the arrest of General President Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna in Texas. p. 33-76.
Message to the governors and political leaders of Mexico regarding the capture of General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna in Texas and a call for his release. p. 77-78.
Letters of support sent by the governors of the states of Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, Chihuahua, Sonora, Durango, Sinaloa, Colima, Michoacan, San Luis Potosi, Aguascalientes, Guanajuato, Querétaro, Puebla, Tlaxcala, Morelos, State of Mexico, the district governments of Veracruz, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan, Oaxaca and Chiapas, in relation to the arrest of General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna in Texas. p. 79-236.
The Ministry of Finance reports to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the collections received from the residents of Tabasco, Mexico City, Tlalixcoyan, Chinameca, Acayucan, San Andrés Tuxtlan, Coatepec, Chicomanuel village, Puebla and Canton of Tampico. p. 237-250.
Note from the Mexican Consulate in New Orleans acknowledging receiving his message of March 6 regarding information that General Santa Anna is staying in the home of Mango de Clavo, and is writing his account on the unfortunate event at San Jacinto. p. 251.
Correspondence between the Consulate of Mexico in New Orleans and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in relation to the warship "General Urrea" captured by the U.S. sloop of war "Natchez" and it being held in Pensacola. p. 252-297.
Conditions that prevent the Minister of his Holiness to hinder the work of agents in Europe who recognize the independence of Texas. p. 298-299.
A captive among the Mezcaleros Indians declares that Americans are involved with the reprehensible human trafficking of wild Indians from Mexico. p. 300-306.
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