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Title
El Exmo. Sr. Vice-Presidente de los Estados-Unidos Mexicanos se ha servido dirigirme el decreto que sigue ... En el lugar en que los españoles rindieron las armas al ejército mexicano, se levantará una pirámide cuadrangular sobre un pedestal sencillo: en una de las caras de este, se embutirá una lápida de mármol, grabándose en ella la siguiente inscripcion
Date Created and/or Issued
1833
Contributing Institution
UC San Diego, Library, Special Collections and Archives
Collection
Mexican Broadsides
Rights Information
Public domain
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Use: This work is available from the UC San Diego Library. This digital copy of the work is intended to support research, teaching, and private study.
Description
Broadside issued by vice president Gómez Farías while effectively serving as president, commmunicating a decree directing that a monument be placed in the location where Spanish soliders surrendered to the Mexican army following the Battle of Tampico, September 11, 1829. The following words to be inscribed on the plaque of the monument: "La Nacion Mexicana=Triunfó de sus invasores=Venciendo al ejército español=El once de Setiembre de mil ochocientos veinte y nueve."
Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego, La Jolla, 92093-0175 (https://lib.ucsd.edu/sca)
Communication from the governor of Jalisco; includes the text of a letter from the deputy secretaries of the state Congreso, dated 6 octubre 1823
Title from first lines of text
At upper left of page [1]: Gobernacion del estado libre de Xalisco
Mexico : publisher not identified
Type
Image
Format
1 sheet ; 30 x 21 cm
Language
Spanish; Castilian
Subject
Sources
History
Politics and government
Monuments--Law and legislation
Mexico
Tampico (Tamaulipas, Mexico)
Place
Mexico
Tampico (Tamaulipas, Mexico)

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