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    Santiago Villegas and J. Gregorio de Llamas, Printed Broadside bearing their marks. One page, 8.5 x 12.75", Mexico, April 13, 1837, in Spanish, reading, in part: "SANTIAGO VILLEGAS, GOBERNADOR DEL DEPARTMENTO DE ZACATECAS A SUS HABITANTES, SABED...El Gobierno de acuerdo con el consejo, procederá á hacer efectiva la coloinacion de los terrenos que sean y deban ser de propiedad de la Repúplica, por medio de ventas, enfiteusis ó hipotecas, aplicando el impte (que en las primeras no deberá bajar e diez reles por acre) á la amoritzacion de la deuda nacional, contradia ó que se contrajere, reservando siempre lo bastante para cumplimiento do lo prometido á los militares que cooperation á la independencia, y para os premios y concesiones que decrete el congreso á favor de las tribus ó naciones ingígenas, y de los cooperadores al restabliecimento de Tejas..."

    Quite rare. Not in Streeter. A Zacatecas bando printing of a broadside relating to land sales and usage in the aftermath of the Texas revolution. Originally issued by Joaquin de Iturbide, this decree affects land that the administration believes ought to remain in the hands of the Mexican Republic, including a discussion of territory promised to the military and indigenous peoples. Several very light and minor dampstains clear of text, a few minor marginal tears and pin holes, else fine condition, overall quite bright and clean with dark printing. From the collection of Darrel Brown.

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