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    Trinidad de la Garza y Melo Document Signed Regarding Attacks on Molino del Rey. 4pp. with integral blank, 6.5" x 8.5", Tula, September 13, 1847. Attorney Trinidad de la Garza, as governor, issued this "Circular" to announce that "at 4:30 in the morning the North Americans attacked our positions at Molino del Rey in the area of Chapultepec; their numerous & strong columns were repelled three times by our valiant soldiers... The traitor Sr. Gen. Santa Anna in person commanded the column that forced the Americans to fall back on their positions." Light overall age toning; the lower half of the second leaf is missing. Bold signature with rubric. In fine condition. From the Taking of Texas Collection.

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