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Coahuila and Texas]: [Bangs, Samuel]
GOBIERNO SUPREMO DEL ESTADO LIBRE DE COAHUILA Y TEJAS. EL GOBERNADOR DEL ESTADO DE COAHUILA Y TEJAS A TODOS SUS HABITANTES, SABED: QUE EL CONGRESO DEL MISMO ESTADO HA DECRETADO LO SIGUIENTE. DECRETO NUMERO 110 [caption title]
Leona Vicario [Saltillo]: [Samuel Bangs], 1830. [1]p. In Spanish. Manuscript notation in upper right corner, "N. 8" and at bottom, "Al Alcalde de Allende." Folio. Minor staining in margins, light foxing. Very good. A rare Mexican Texas legal decree regarding further measures regulating military reserves after the adoption of the Plan of Jalapa, which sought to restore governing authority to the various Mexican states. Emanating from the state legislature of Coahuila y Tejas, and printed by the most prominent printer in Texas history, this copy was issued to the mayor of Allende, Coahuila, located about forty miles south of the Rio Grande. It is signed in type by José María Viesca, the governor of Coahuila y Tejas at the time of its printing, and his secretary Santiago del Valle, with both of their manuscript rubrics following their printed names. The decree (translated into English in Kimball) is laid out in six articles, and designed to supplement Decree 108, which adopted the Plan of Jalapa (Xalapa) for the state of Coahuila and Texas. Here, the state congress removes "all the officers, against whom the public opinion has been clearly manifested" and "promises not to cooperate in measures tending to party revenge which the public policy and convenience require should be regarded as extinguished and forgotten." It also provides funding for these military reserves, "as the funds of the public revenue permit." The Plan of Jalapa was a controversial political manuever proclaimed on December 4, 1829, in which Mexican political leaders inside the military publicly discredit … [Click Below for Full Description]
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