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Diplomatic History | History | Latin American History | Military History | Political History | United States History


Reports, incidents and different accounts to the government of the United States of America. Decree against public order disturbances so that they can organize the defense of the territory. p. 2- 7.

The Governor of Tamaulipas announced that a section of enemy troops left San Fernando to go to Victoria. p. 8-41.

The Governor of Tamaulipas announced that the enemy has left San Fernando bound for China, Nuevo Leon. p. 42-47.

Captain Francisco Muñoz, commander of Soto la Marina is ordered to march to Ciudad Victoria. p. 48-504.

The Charge d'affaires in Spain announced that they would like to work out the differences between Mexico and the United States. p. 51-54.

General Pedro de Ampudia, the Governor of Nuevo Leon, calls to remove the command of the North Division and appoint another commander in his place. p. 55-61.

Donations for war. List of monies submitted by the prefects and sub-prefects of the amounts donated by municipalities, parishes and individuals. p. 62-134.

The Governors of the states of Mexico and Puebla, announce that the entire crew of an enemy ship surrender in Tuxpan. p. 135-152.

The Governor of Coahuila reports on the movements of U.S. forces. p. 153-158

The Mayor of Reynosa reports enemy troops marching on Monterrey. p. 159-165.

The Governor of Coahuila, reports the latest movements of the invading forces. p. 166-170.

The New Mexico Governor reports on the invasion of their state and what he did to resist the enemy. p. 171-179.

Command to the Governors of Chihuahua, Durango and Zacatecas, to prepare to resist the American invaders. p. 180-189.

Decree of September 11, which created the National Guard regulations. p. 190-199

The Governor of Veracruz suggests that they return to Misantta the American Antonio Dux, who had left there under the Internment Law during the war with the United States. p. 200-202.

The government of Sinaloa, reported the presence of an enemy ship Mazatlan. p. 203-207.

State of the Union of the Republic sent to municipalities abroad. p. 208-212.

The Governor of Tamaulipas announces that Monterrey fell into enemy hands. p. 213-216

Order to the governors of several states to assist Generals Santa Anna and Reyes, with whatever they need to fight against the United States. p. 217-240.

England offers to mediate to end of conflict between Mexico and the United States. p. 241-248.

The Governor of Coahuila questions whether to continue in office under the influence of occupying forces or retreat to another part of the state. p. 249-258.

The Governor of Oaxaca has called a meeting for to oversee funds for the military campaign. p. 259- 264.

The Ministry of War, has news that the American forces will soon attack the port of Veracruz. p. 265-269.

Circulated notice of October 14 on the establishment of a joint center for collecting and distributing donations for war against the United States. p. 270-304.

General Don Francisco de P. Morales, reports that since September 20th he took control over the government of the State of Nuevo Leon, and has moved to Galeana due to the positions of the American invaders. p. 305-308.

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Archivo Historico De La Secretaria De Relaciones Exteriores L_E_1085



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