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The recognition of the independence of Texas. Reports, incidents and different accounts from the government of the United States of America on the subject. The Governor of Tamaulipas prohibits any communication between Matamoros and the rest of the state that is occupied by the enemy. p. 1-5.
By proclamation from the Governor of Tamaulipas he declares that Linares has been occupied by the enemy. p. 6-11.
The blockade of Veracruz by the American warship "Mississippi". p. 12-14.
Combat in Tampico on 8 and 9 May. Defeat of the Mexican forces. p. 15-22.
The Tamaulipas Governor issues passports to San Luis Potosi and Mexico City for several individuals who deserted the U.S. Army. p. 23 -25.
The Governor of Tamaulipas announces the cessation of communication between Matamoros and the rest of the government departments to prevent smuggling. p. 26-30.
The Magistrate of Tamiahua says that Mexicans will defend la Barra de Tecoluta against invading U.S. forces. p. 31-33.
A contract is made to send supplies to the northern troops fighting the American invaders. p. 34-45.
Circulated notice of May 30 to shut down U.S. consulates in Mexico and the Mexican Consultates in the United States because of the conflict. p. 46-65.
Residents of Zacapoaxtla offer their services on hearing of the defeat of the Mexican troops in the outskirts of Matamoros. p. 66-68.
The Prefect of Tuxpan, marches with forces to Tampico, which are being threatened by General Taylor of the invading army. p. 69-77.
The Governor of Nuevo Leon sends his report to General Canales on the progress of the American invaders. p. 78-85
The commander of Tamaulipas has ended hostilities between the ship that blocks the Port of Tamaulipas and the troops who defend it. p. 86-91.
The Governor of Tamaulipas reports enemy movements in their state and in Nuevo Leon. p. 92-111
The Governor of Nuevo Leon, indicates the causes that could have led to the defeat of the North Division in the defense of Monterrey. p. 112-115
The mayors of Camargo, Mier, Reynosa and Ciudad Guerrero, invite residents of the border states to resist the invaders in view of the inability of the government to maintain troops in those places. p. 116-122
Enemy raids in New Mexico. The Chihuahua legislature seeks to ask England for help against the enemy. p. 123-146
Invaders in Alta California. Officials from the Second District report the occupation of Sonoma. p. 147-153.
The commander of Tamaulipas declares that the city and port of Tampico is under siege. p. 154-158
American ships in Veracruz met with the Mexican vessels "Unborn" and "Creole", the enemy captured the first and set fire to the second. p. 159-223.
Public meetings. Decree on granting permission to take action against the American invaders. p. 224-230.
The governor of California is given authority to allocate resources to assist the government. p. 231- 233.
The Congress gives power to the army to repel the aggression of the United States. p. 234-235.
The commander of the naval forces in the Pacific, John D. Sloot, declares a proclamation to the people of California, after the defeat of General Arista. p. 236-238.
An act raised in el Rancho del Azúcar from the mayors of Camargo, Mier, Reynosa and Ciudad Guerrero, Tamaulipas, expressing their support to fight the enemy. p. 239-245.
The Governor of Coahuila announces the occupation of the towns of Camargo and Laredo by U.S. troops. p. 246-251.
The Governor of Tamaulipas reports that a division of American forces have left Matamoros and are heading towards Monterrey. p. 252-262.
The government announces the arrest of Querétaro Marcelino Merced, for being agents of the Americans. P. 263-266
The Governor of Tamaulipas, announces that the enemy advances on Monterrey. p. 267-281
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