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[Power of Attorney, January 24, 1738 at Presidio Los Adaes, the officers and soldiers of Los Adaes appeared before Lt. General don Joseph Cayetano de Bergara, toannul a power of attorney given to former Governor Manueal Sandoval for the collection of their salaries. The troops transferred their power of attorney to Sandoval’s successor, don Carlos Franquis de Lugo, while he was interim governor of Texas. The officers and soldiers then gave power of attorney to Governor Orobio y Bazterra, who followed Lugo, while don Domingo Gomendia remained as the secondary party in Mexico City to request payment of Adaesano salaries from the Royal Treasury.]

[Power of Attorney, January 24, 1738 at Presidio Los Adaes, the officers and soldiers of Los Adaes appeared before Lt. General don Joseph Cayetano de Bergara, toannul a power of attorney given to former Governor Manueal Sandoval for the collection of their salaries. The troops transferred their power of attorney to Sandoval’s successor, don Carlos Franquis de Lugo, while he was interim governor of Texas. The officers and soldiers then gave power of attorney to Governor Orobio y Bazterra, who followed Lugo, while don Domingo Gomendia remained as the secondary party in Mexico City to request payment of Adaesano salaries from the Royal Treasury.]

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[Power of Attorney, January 24, 1738 at Presidio Los Adaes, the officers and soldiers of Los Adaes appeared before Lt. General don Joseph Cayetano de Bergara, toannul a power of attorney given to former Governor Manueal Sandoval for the collection of their salaries. The troops transferred their power of attorney to Sandoval’s successor, don Carlos Franquis de Lugo, while he was interim governor of Texas. The officers and soldiers then gave power of attorney to Governor Orobio y Bazterra, who followed Lugo, while don Domingo Gomendia remained as the secondary party in Mexico City to request payment of Adaesano salaries from the Royal Treasury.]

[Power of Attorney, January 24, 1738 at Presidio Los Adaes, the officers and soldiers of Los Adaes appeared before Lt. General don Joseph Cayetano de Bergara, toannul a power of attorney given to former Governor Manueal Sandoval for the collection of their salaries. The troops transferred their power of attorney to Sandoval’s successor, don Carlos Franquis de Lugo, while he was interim governor of Texas. The officers and soldiers then gave power of attorney to Governor Orobio y Bazterra, who followed Lugo, while don Domingo Gomendia remained as the secondary party in Mexico City to request payment of Adaesano salaries from the Royal Treasury.]

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[Power of Attorney, January 24, 1738 at Presidio Los Adaes, the officers and soldiers of Los Adaes appeared before Lt. General don Joseph Cayetano de Bergara, toannul a power of attorney given to former Governor Manueal Sandoval for the collection of their salaries. The troops transferred their power of attorney to Sandoval’s successor, don Carlos Franquis de Lugo, while he was interim governor of Texas. The officers and soldiers then gave power of attorney to Governor Orobio y Bazterra, who followed Lugo, while don Domingo Gomendia remained as the secondary party in Mexico City to request payment of Adaesano salaries from the Royal Treasury.]

[Power of Attorney, January 24, 1738 at Presidio Los Adaes, the officers and soldiers of Los Adaes appeared before Lt. General don Joseph Cayetano de Bergara, toannul a power of attorney given to former Governor Manueal Sandoval for the collection of their salaries. The troops transferred their power of attorney to Sandoval’s successor, don Carlos Franquis de Lugo, while he was interim governor of Texas. The officers and soldiers then gave power of attorney to Governor Orobio y Bazterra, who followed Lugo, while don Domingo Gomendia remained as the secondary party in Mexico City to request payment of Adaesano salaries from the Royal Treasury.]

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[Power of Attorney, January 24, 1738 at Presidio Los Adaes, the officers and soldiers of Los Adaes appeared before Lt. General don Joseph Cayetano de Bergara, toannul a power of attorney given to former Governor Manueal Sandoval for the collection of their salaries. The troops transferred their power of attorney to Sandoval’s successor, don Carlos Franquis de Lugo, while he was interim governor of Texas. The officers and soldiers then gave power of attorney to Governor Orobio y Bazterra, who followed Lugo, while don Domingo Gomendia remained as the secondary party in Mexico City to request payment of Adaesano salaries from the Royal Treasury.]

[Power of Attorney, January 24, 1738 at Presidio Los Adaes, the officers and soldiers of Los Adaes appeared before Lt. General don Joseph Cayetano de Bergara, toannul a power of attorney given to former Governor Manueal Sandoval for the collection of their salaries. The troops transferred their power of attorney to Sandoval’s successor, don Carlos Franquis de Lugo, while he was interim governor of Texas. The officers and soldiers then gave power of attorney to Governor Orobio y Bazterra, who followed Lugo, while don Domingo Gomendia remained as the secondary party in Mexico City to request payment of Adaesano salaries from the Royal Treasury.]

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This is a teaching contract in spanish between Manuel Yndo and Spain located in the Bexar Archives.

This is a teaching contract in spanish between Manuel Yndo and Spain located in the Bexar Archives.

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This is a teaching contract in spanish between Manuel Yndo and Spain located in the Bexar Archives.

This is a teaching contract in spanish between Manuel Yndo and Spain located in the Bexar Archives.

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This is a teaching contract in spanish between Manuel Yndo and Spain located in the Bexar Archives.

This is a teaching contract in spanish between Manuel Yndo and Spain located in the Bexar Archives.

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This is a teaching contract in spanish between Manuel Yndo and Spain located in the Bexar Archives.

This is a teaching contract in spanish between Manuel Yndo and Spain located in the Bexar Archives.

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Royal judgment concerning case, Juana García vs. Tomás Travieso.

Royal judgment concerning case, Juana García vs. Tomás Travieso.

[1777]

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Census report.

Census report.

[September 2, 1782]

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Annual report of mesteñas fund.

Annual report of mesteñas fund.

[December 31, 1783]

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[Cabello] to Commandant of La Bahía, transmitting information concerning money owed to certain soldiers of La Bahía.

[Cabello] to Commandant of La Bahía, transmitting information concerning money owed to certain soldiers of La Bahía.

[1784]

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Ugalde to Martínez Pacheco, discussing the appointment of José Javier Menchaca and the retirement of Marcelo Valdés.

Ugalde to Martínez Pacheco, discussing the appointment of José Javier Menchaca and the retirement of Marcelo Valdés.

[November 7, 1789]

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Muñoz to Captain Malla, sending him a gun, and asking him to admonish Indian cattle thieves.

Muñoz to Captain Malla, sending him a gun, and asking him to admonish Indian cattle thieves.

[December 6, 1790]

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Igancio Calvillo to Muñoz, requesting license to roundup unbranded cattle.

Igancio Calvillo to Muñoz, requesting license to roundup unbranded cattle.

[February 23, 1791]

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Muñoz to Ibarvo, requesting information on foreigners residing in Nacogdoches. Includes report, and evidence of copy sent to Pedro Nava.

Muñoz to Ibarvo, requesting information on foreigners residing in Nacogdoches. Includes report, and evidence of copy sent to Pedro Nava.

[May 12, 1792]

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José Miguel de los Ríos to [Muñoz], introducing four Indians from Rosario Mission.

José Miguel de los Ríos to [Muñoz], introducing four Indians from Rosario Mission.

[ 24, 1793]

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[Father Garza's] report of trip to several Béxar missions to collect effects promised for Refugio Mission.

[Father Garza's] report of trip to several Béxar missions to collect effects promised for Refugio Mission.

[April 19, 1793]

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Correspondence between Cortés and Muñoz, concerning corn for Indians at Rosario Mission.

Correspondence between Cortés and Muñoz, concerning corn for Indians at Rosario Mission.

[ 9, 1794]

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