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Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, concerning Indian relations and ordering the return of soldiers to San Saba.

Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, concerning Indian relations and ordering the return of soldiers to San Saba.

February 6, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, acknowledging receipt of information concerning uselessness of Orcoquiza.

Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, acknowledging receipt of information concerning uselessness of Orcoquiza.

February 7, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Governor of Texas, concerning announcement of the birth of first child of the Prince of Asutrias.

Bucarely y Ursua to Governor of Texas, concerning announcement of the birth of first child of the Prince of Asutrias.

February 15, 1772

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Ripperdá's decree forbidding settlers to remain outside the presidio after nightfall and to trade with mission Indians without consent of the priest.

Ripperdá's decree forbidding settlers to remain outside the presidio after nightfall and to trade with mission Indians without consent of the priest.

March 15, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, concerning use of mission Indians in defense against Indian depredations.

Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, concerning use of mission Indians in defense against Indian depredations.

March 18, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, concerning settlement of accounts of soldiers of Béxar with Martos y Navarrete.

Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, concerning settlement of accounts of soldiers of Béxar with Martos y Navarrete.

March 24, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, approving the return of Indian captives and the dispositions given to achieve peace.

Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, approving the return of Indian captives and the dispositions given to achieve peace.

March 24, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, ordering the depature of soldiers to San Saba.

Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, ordering the depature of soldiers to San Saba.

April 1, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, confirming order for the immediate depature of soldiers to San Saba.

Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, confirming order for the immediate depature of soldiers to San Saba.

April 8, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, approving the release from military duty of Francisco Tovar of La Bahía.

Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, approving the release from military duty of Francisco Tovar of La Bahía.

April 10, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, repeating order for the immediate depature of soldiers to San Saba.

Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, repeating order for the immediate depature of soldiers to San Saba.

April 11, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Governor of Texas, concerning cancellation of the alcabala tax on the sale of estates held by the regulars of the companies who were banished from Spanish dominions.

Bucarely y Ursua to Governor of Texas, concerning cancellation of the alcabala tax on the sale of estates held by the regulars of the companies who were banished from Spanish dominions.

April 15, 1772

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Menchaca vs. Juan Sosa, accused of murdering Diego Menchaca.

Menchaca vs. Juan Sosa, accused of murdering Diego Menchaca.

April 19, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, announcing Luis Cazorla's commission as captain of La Bahía.

Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, announcing Luis Cazorla's commission as captain of La Bahía.

April 28, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, giving instructions on the retention of three Comanche converts.

Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, giving instructions on the retention of three Comanche converts.

April 28, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Governor of Texas, transmitting dispatch not to be opened until July 1, 1772.

Bucarely y Ursua to Governor of Texas, transmitting dispatch not to be opened until July 1, 1772.

May 5, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Governor of Texas, giving further instructions for the publication of the preceding decree. See Roll 11, frame 220.

Bucarely y Ursua to Governor of Texas, giving further instructions for the publication of the preceding decree. See Roll 11, frame 220.

May 5, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, concerning use of mission Indians in defense against Indian depredations.

Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, concerning use of mission Indians in defense against Indian depredations.

June 16, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, concerning the establishment of a fort between the San Marcos and Guadalupe Rivers.

Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, concerning the establishment of a fort between the San Marcos and Guadalupe Rivers.

June 16, 1772

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Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, discussing Indian relations and repeating order to send soldirs to San Saba.

Bucarely y Ursua to Ripperdá, discussing Indian relations and repeating order to send soldirs to San Saba.

June 16, 1772

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