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Los deplorables ecsesos de la actual insurreccion, debidos en parte á la suavidad con que el gobierno ha castigado a los rebeldes de Julio en 1856, y de Noviembre en 1857; en parte á una administracion de justicia sin vigor, pero mas que todo á esa mezcla de temor y egoismo que domina en el ánimo de los habitantes ... en donde los criminales se abrigan y mantienen ejerciendo el pillage favorecidos por un culpable disimulo
Date Created and/or Issued
1859
Contributing Institution
UC San Diego, Library, Special Collections and Archives
Collection
Mexican Broadsides
Rights Information
Public domain
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Description
Circular issued by the state of Sonora, signed by the governor Ignacio Pesqueira, condemning the current rebellion and deriding the past leniency accorded by the government to the outlaws. Lists eight measures focused on apprehending those involved in unlawful activities, putting the onus on ranch owners and other citizens to turn the malefactors over to the authorities.
Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego, La Jolla, 92093-0175 (https://lib.ucsd.edu/sca)
"Republica Mexicana. Gobierno del Estado de Sonora. Circular."
A variant setting of the type, without "Sr. Prefecto del Distrito de" in lower left corner of sheet, as in another copy seen. The final line of the main body of text reads: "de residir," while another copy reads "hayan de residir." Other differences can be seen in type size and spacing.
Dated at end: Ures, Julio 14 de 1859
Signed in type: Y. Pesqueira
Ures, Mexico, Gobierno del Estado de Sonora
Type
Image
Subject
History
Sources
Sonora, Mexico
Place
Sonora, Mexico

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