Title:Diario Esactisimo de lo ocurrido en Mexico en los dias de su invacion por el General Scott ..., 1678-1849
Creator/Contributor:Bustamante, Carlos María de, 1774-1848, creator, comp.
Creator/Contributor:Rivera, Juan Antonio.
Creator/Contributor:Mier Noriega y Guerra, José Servando Teresa de, 1763-1827
Compilation of materials relating to Bustamante's work and possibly prepared under his direction, as follows: anonymous diary,
Mexico, 1847, on events in Mexico, including the activities of García Torres, owner of the Monitor Republicano, during the
invasion under General Winfield Scott; entries for May 10-September 21, 1847, and background data extending from December,
1844. Excerpts from the diary of Juan Antonio Rivera, chaplain of the Hospital de Jesús Nazareno in Mexico City; pleas for
governmental support of the Jesuits, with printed copy of a presidential decree to this effect, June 22, 1843; draft of an
article on the death of General Morelos; necrology of Dr. Santiago, Mexico City, 1845; official communication on agricultural-export
policy, November, 1844.
(cont.) Draft of an article on freedom of the press, n.d.; articles by Bustamante on the Count of Aranda's proposal for establishment
of a monarchy in Mexico, 1833; reprint of an article by Father Servando Mier on Mexican federation, December 13, 1823; and
a printed leaflet, prepared by Bustamante, reviewing the lives of certain emperors of Mexico, 1361-1502, based on old manuscripts
used by Lorenzo Boturini.
Subject:Mexico -- History -- 19th century
Also available on microfilm.
Diario Esactisimo de lo ocurrido en Mexico en los dias de su invacion por el General Scott, BANC MSS M-M 77-83, The Bancroft
Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Forms part of the Hubert Howe Bancroft Collection.
10 items, 232 p. ; 32 cm. in 1 portfolio.
partial microfilm reel (127 exposures) : negative (Rich. 100:15) and positive.
BANC MSS M-M 77-83
BANC MSS M-M 77-85