Title:Continuación de la Voz de la Patria: Mexico, 1837-1839
Voz de la pátria
Creator/Contributor:Bustamante, Carlos María de, 1774-1848, creator
Continuation of the 5 volumes of Voz de la Patria; contains a record of principal events in Mexico October 1831 to March 1839,
with special attention to the defeat and death of Vicente Guerrero, the activities of Santa Anna and Gómez Farías, the cholera
epidemic of 1833, campaign of General Valentín Canalizo (quoted partly from his own narrative), persecution of the clergy,
revolt of Texas and other Mexican possessions, the "Pastry War" with France, 1838-1839; based partly upon contemporary journals,
and partly upon personal notes whose importance was enhanced after 1835 by his position as deputy from Oaxaca to the National
Congress. A substantial portion of the material in Vols. XIII-XIV appears also in his Gabinete Mexicano.
Bustamante, Respuesta al papel intitulado: Alla van esas verdades, y tope en lo que topare: y defensa de los bienes eclesiasticos.
Publícala el lic. Carlos Maria de Bustamante ... [México, Impr. de Abadiano, 1837?] (20 p. 22 cm. [In His Voz de la patria,
v. 4, no. 1])
Ya es tiempo de despertar, que bastante se ha dormido. [México, J.M. Gallegos, 1838] (4 p. 22 cm.)
Subject:Guerrero, Vicente -- 1782-1831
Santa Anna, Antonio López de -- 1795-1876
Canalizo, Valentín -- 1794-1850
Mexico -- History -- 1821-1861
Mexico -- Politics and government
Also available on microfilm.
Additional copies of BANC MSS M-M 50 and BANC MSS M-M 52:2 can be found in the Bancroft Library book collection.
From the Andrade Collection.
10 v. in 5 (numbered VI-XV)
1 microfilm reel and partial microfilm reel : negative (Rich. 100:7-9) and positive.
BANC MSS M-M 49
BANC MSS M-M 50
BANC MSS M-M 51
BANC MSS M-M 52
BANC MSS M-M 53
BANC MSS M-M 46-49 FILM