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    Juan Santos Coy Autograph Letter Signed. Four integral pages written on pages one through three, with address, postal markings and remnants of wax seals on the verso, on blue stationary, 8" x 10.5", Santiago de la Monclova, Coahuila, December 17, 1862. A small blank piece is missing from the second leaf where carelessly opened, else, near very fine.

    This letter is from a member of the famous Santos Coy family to Evaristo Madero who had requested safe conduct and an escort from the Governor of Coahuila in order to export 1200 bags of flour to Texas. Madero's request was denied, but Santos Coy writes that the governor authorized a passport and permission for the shipment to be exported duty free to Texas. From the Taking of Texas Collection.

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    June, 2008
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