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Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, acknowledging receipt of information of visit to Béxar of Comanche captains, Chihuahua and Yzazat.

Nemesio Salcedo to Governor of Texas, acknowledging receipt of information of visit to Béxar of Comanche captains, Chihuahua and Yzazat.

January 30, 1804

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Monthly report of presidial company of Béxar.

Monthly report of presidial company of Béxar.

February 1, 1804

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Monthly report of military operations and events at Béxar.

Monthly report of military operations and events at Béxar.

February 1, 1804

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Correspondence between Pedro Nolasco Carrasco and Elguézabal, concerning the return of Pedro Montalvo, invalid of the company of Río Grande.

Correspondence between Pedro Nolasco Carrasco and Elguézabal, concerning the return of Pedro Montalvo, invalid of the company of Río Grande.

February 1, 1804

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Fernández Fejeiro's affidavit of character of Juan Curón who wanted to settle at Nacogdoches.

Fernández Fejeiro's affidavit of character of Juan Curón who wanted to settle at Nacogdoches.

February 3, 1804

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Ugarte to Elguézabal, transmitting military report of Nacogdoches.

Ugarte to Elguézabal, transmitting military report of Nacogdoches.

February 4, 1804

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Monthly report of detachment of Nacogdoches.

Monthly report of detachment of Nacogdoches.

February 4, 1804

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Ugarte to Elguézabal, transmitting list of soldiers at Nacogdoches requesting leave.

Ugarte to Elguézabal, transmitting list of soldiers at Nacogdoches requesting leave.

February 4, 1804

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List of soldiers at Nacogdoches requesting leave.

List of soldiers at Nacogdoches requesting leave.

February 4, 1804

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Ugarte to Elguézabal, transmitting statement of expenses for Indian presents for 1804.

Ugarte to Elguézabal, transmitting statement of expenses for Indian presents for 1804.

February 4, 1804

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Ugarte to Elguézabal, acknowledging receipt of information concerning supply of tobacco for Indian presents.

Ugarte to Elguézabal, acknowledging receipt of information concerning supply of tobacco for Indian presents.

February 4, 1804

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Ugarte to Elguézabal, discussing precautions needed against entry of Americans posing as deserters.

Ugarte to Elguézabal, discussing precautions needed against entry of Americans posing as deserters.

February 4, 1804

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Ugarte to Elguézabal, discussing disposition of Antonio Gil Ibarvo's property.

Ugarte to Elguézabal, discussing disposition of Antonio Gil Ibarvo's property.

February 4, 1804

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Ugarte to Elguézabal, reporting that Barr and Davenport were to go to Béxar for money due them.

Ugarte to Elguézabal, reporting that Barr and Davenport were to go to Béxar for money due them.

February 4, 1804

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Ugarte to Elguézabal, reporting non-payment of salary due him.

Ugarte to Elguézabal, reporting non-payment of salary due him.

February 4, 1804

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Ugarte to Elguézabal, acknowledging receipt of information concerning José Méndez' military transfer to Nacogdoches.

Ugarte to Elguézabal, acknowledging receipt of information concerning José Méndez' military transfer to Nacogdoches.

February 4, 1804

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Ugarte to Elguézabal, acknowledging receipt of order admitting José Vidal and Santiago Feralo as settlers of Nacogdoches.

Ugarte to Elguézabal, acknowledging receipt of order admitting José Vidal and Santiago Feralo as settlers of Nacogdoches.

February 4, 1804

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Ugarte to Elguézabal, acknowledging receipt of order admitting Juan Valentín Duforest and Francisco Chabus as settlers of Coahuila.

Ugarte to Elguézabal, acknowledging receipt of order admitting Juan Valentín Duforest and Francisco Chabus as settlers of Coahuila.

February 4, 1804

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Ugarte to Elguézabal, reporting effort to locate copies of the objectionable books, Contrata Social de Juan Santiago Rousseau and La Bororquía ó Victimia de la Inquisición.

Ugarte to Elguézabal, reporting effort to locate copies of the objectionable books, Contrata Social de Juan Santiago Rousseau and La Bororquía ó Victimia de la Inquisición.

February 4, 1804

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Certified copy of Ugarte's letter to Elguézabal, reporting news of transfer of Louisiana to the United States and discussing problem of occupation of Natchitoches.

Certified copy of Ugarte's letter to Elguézabal, reporting news of transfer of Louisiana to the United States and discussing problem of occupation of Natchitoches.

February 4, 1804

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