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The Cabildo, Justice and Regiment of Martínez Pacheco, representation for the people's right to cattle and mesteñas of Texas.

The Cabildo, Justice and Regiment of Martínez Pacheco, representation for the people's right to cattle and mesteñas of Texas.

1787

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Annual report of gunpowder and ammunition.

Annual report of gunpowder and ammunition.

January 1, 1787

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Roster of the company of Béxar.

Roster of the company of Béxar.

January 3, 1787

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Agreement by the Cabildo, citizens and mission of Texas concerning the gathering of stray cattle and horses, as well as those unbranded, stolen or ownerless.

Agreement by the Cabildo, citizens and mission of Texas concerning the gathering of stray cattle and horses, as well as those unbranded, stolen or ownerless.

January 8, 1787

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Cazorla to Martínez Pacheco, acknowledging receipt of Ugalde's orders on military inspection of La Bahía and Béxar companies.

Cazorla to Martínez Pacheco, acknowledging receipt of Ugalde's orders on military inspection of La Bahía and Béxar companies.

January 9, 1787

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Cazorla to Martínez Pacheco, transmitting money collected at La Bahía for ransoming captives.

Cazorla to Martínez Pacheco, transmitting money collected at La Bahía for ransoming captives.

January 9, 1787

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Ugalde to Martínez Pacheco, transmitting José Antonio Músquiz' permission to transfer to Santa Rosa for medical attention.

Ugalde to Martínez Pacheco, transmitting José Antonio Músquiz' permission to transfer to Santa Rosa for medical attention.

January 10, 1787

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Cazorla to Commandant General, requesting gunpowder for La Bahía.

Cazorla to Commandant General, requesting gunpowder for La Bahía.

January 10, 1787

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Cazorla to Martínez Pacheco, reporting insubordination of José Alcalá.

Cazorla to Martínez Pacheco, reporting insubordination of José Alcalá.

January 11, 1787

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Cazorla to Martínez Pacheco, transmitting military and financial reports.

Cazorla to Martínez Pacheco, transmitting military and financial reports.

January 11, 1787

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Ugalde to Martínez Pacheco, transmitting blank forms to register disabled soldiers at Béxar.

Ugalde to Martínez Pacheco, transmitting blank forms to register disabled soldiers at Béxar.

January 12, 1787

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Martínez Pacheco to Ugalde, acknowledging receipt of military reports.

Martínez Pacheco to Ugalde, acknowledging receipt of military reports.

January 14, 1787

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Martínez Pacheco to Ugalde, transmitting military reports.

Martínez Pacheco to Ugalde, transmitting military reports.

January 14, 1787

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Cazorla to Martínez Pacheco, reporting on defense moves since threatened attack by Taoyas.

Cazorla to Martínez Pacheco, reporting on defense moves since threatened attack by Taoyas.

January 19, 1787

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Cazorla to Martínez Pacheco, reporting on inspection of the coast and on encounter with Carancahuaces.

Cazorla to Martínez Pacheco, reporting on inspection of the coast and on encounter with Carancahuaces.

January 22, 1787

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Martínez Pacheco to Ugalde, acknowledging receipt of letter of José Antonio Músquiz' permission to transfer to Santa Rosa.

Martínez Pacheco to Ugalde, acknowledging receipt of letter of José Antonio Músquiz' permission to transfer to Santa Rosa.

January 24, 1787

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Martínez Pacheco to Ugarte y Loyola, reporting assumption of duties as Governor of Texas.

Martínez Pacheco to Ugarte y Loyola, reporting assumption of duties as Governor of Texas.

January 28, 1787

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Martínez Pacheco to Ugalde, acknowledging receipt of blank forms to register disabled soldiers at Béxar.

Martínez Pacheco to Ugalde, acknowledging receipt of blank forms to register disabled soldiers at Béxar.

January 28, 1787

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Martínez Pacheco to Ugalde, transmitting extract of military operations at Béxar.

Martínez Pacheco to Ugalde, transmitting extract of military operations at Béxar.

January 28, 1787

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Martínez Pacheco to Ugalde, transmitting military reports of Béxar.

Martínez Pacheco to Ugalde, transmitting military reports of Béxar.

January 28, 1787

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