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....de 1860 que ocupo militarmente esta plaza los que pidio a este Jusgado en su oficio de 4 del mismo Julio.
1860 Jul 8
The Mexico Collection: Series III: Box/Folder Number: 65/27; List of men and properties that [donated horses?],.
     Reel: 25

"Abastos."
Yucatan. ca. 1734
The Mexico Collection: Series II: Box/Folder Number: 35/48; Brief document dealing with certain royal orders concerning the auction of the right to supply the city market with meat (abasto de carne).
     Reel: 1

Abcdario indice de las materias que se contienen en los dos tomos de instrucciones y cartas acordadas que se an expedido por el Consejo de la Santa General Inquisicion para el mejor govierno de los tribunales del Santo Oficio, segun y conforme se guardan y registran en el Consejo hasta el presente ano de 1687.
Madrid. 1709 Jul 23
The Spain Collection: Box/Folder Number: 7/109; Book containing an index/summary of the ordinances and agreements (cartas acordadas) issued by the Council of the Supreme and General Inquisition of Madrid concerning the administration of the provincial tribunals, duties and privileges of the personnel, publication of edicts, and rents. The ordinances and agreements are arranged by subject in alphabetical order. This copy was made at request of a Spanish American tribunal, most probably the tribunal of Lima.
     Reel: 5

Abogados.
ca. 1865
The Mexico Collection: Series II: Box/Folder Number: x-ref; Article from an unidentified newspaper containing a decree by the emperor concerning the legal profession.
     Reel: See: Oversize, folder 69

Abstract.
Jamaica. 1865 Mar 14
The Caribbean Collection: Box/Folder Number: 5/59; Supplemental abstract of title to the Northbrook Estate in the Parish of St. Andrew. [Related to the James Carlson estate.].
     Reel: 3

Abstract.
Jamaica. 1872 Apr 22
The Caribbean Collection: Box/Folder Number: 6/63; Supplemental abstract of title to a plantation known as Temple Hill with land and heredits in the Island of Jamaica.
     Reel: 3

Abstract.
Jamaica. [1874 Dec 2?]
The Caribbean Collection: Box/Folder Number: 6/66; Supplemental abstract of the title of James Simpson Carson to a moiety of a wharf and premises at Kingston, Jamaica.
     Reel: 3

"Acabo de recivir del Teniente Coronel Dn. Pedro Celestino Negrete Comandante general de la primera division en este exercito el parte siguiente."
Piedad and Guadalajara. 1811 Aug 22
The Mexico Collection: Series II: Box/Folder Number: 46/588; Communique describing a battle with, and the destruction of, three bands of rebels in the hills of [Michoacan?] by a division of the First Army.
     Reel: 8

Account Book.
1862 Jan 28-1867 Nov 29 (cont'd)
The Mexico Collection: Series III: Box/Folder Number: 65/61; Account book which mainly details the various contributions (voluntary and forced) of Linares's citizens to the armed forces, during the period of the French intervention. The accounts list the individuals and what they contributed (saddles, cattle, horses, mules, corn, armaments, fodder and silage, beans, rice, coffee, tools, etc.). The accounts also detail the many financial assessments various people were forced to contribute, as loans by order of the state's government and various military commanders. Other accounts record the names of men who served in the armed forces, worked in forts, and drove loads of military supplies. Also found is a three page table recording the losses from the looting and burning of Linares by a guerrilla band. pp. 345-347, 349-350.
     Reel: 25

Account Book.
1862 Jan 28-1867 Nov 29
The Mexico Collection: Series III: Box/Folder Number: 65/45; Account book which mainly details the various contributions (voluntary and forced) of Linares's citizens to the armed forces, during the period of the French intervention. The accounts list the individuals and what they contributed (saddles, cattle, horses, mules, corn, armaments, fodder and silage, beans, rice, coffee, tools, etc.). The accounts also detail the many financial assessments various people were forced to contribute, as loans by order of the state's government and various military commanders. Other accounts record the names of men who served in the armed forces, worked in forts, and drove loads of military supplies. Also found is a three page table recording the losses from the looting and burning of Linares by a guerrilla band. pp. 22-39.
     Reel: 25

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