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Mexico; Judges; Muzquiz, Melchor
El Ciudadano Melchor Muzquiz, Coronel de Ejercito, Y Gobernador del..
1826. 1826 Mexican Broadside Announcing the Assignments of the Earliest Circuit Judges for Texas, California and New Mexico [Mexico]. [Judges]. Muzquiz, Melchor [1790-1844]. El Ciudadano Melchor Muzquiz, Coronel de Ejercito, Y Gobernador del Estado Libre de Mexico. [Mexico City]: September 6, 1826. 12" x 8-1/2" broadside, text in single column below headline, signed in type by Muzquiz and Juan Cavallos, embossed seal near upper-left corner. Light browning and soiling a few minor chips and tears to edges. $1,500. * This rare broadside announces the assignments of eight of the earliest circuit judges of the First Mexican Republic [1824-1835] in jurisdictions within the region comprising parts of present-day California, Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. Included in the circuit of Jose Joaquin Avilez were the territories in California. Coahuila and Texas was in the circuit of Juan S.N. Ravnnilo. New Mexico, was in the circuit of Victor Marques. These judges were under the jurisdiction of Muzquiz, governor of the State of Mexico, the most populous part of the First Mexican Republic and the seat of the nation's legislative and judicial branches. This broadside appears to be unrecorded; it is not mentioned in any of the standard references and no copies are listed on OCLC. A similar broadside decree issued one day after the present, and also concerning Jose Joaquin Avilez, was sold in 1923 by Anderson Gallery. We found no auction records for the present example.
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