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Condemnation of General Antonio Gaona by several soldiers - Translation, Page 2. August 12, 1836. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. June 14, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1969_027/item/156/show/155.

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Title Condemnation of General Antonio Gaona by several soldiers
Date August 12, 1836
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Mexico--History--1821-1861
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  • México
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  • broadsides (notices)
Language Spanish
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Original Item Location ID 1969-027, Box 1, Folder 49
Original Collection Mexico Documents Collection, 1570-1913
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Digital Collection URL http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1969_027
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Repository URL http://info.lib.uh.edu/about/campus-libraries-collections/special-collections
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Transcript orders and, finally, when he discovered that special personal staples being sent to allay fears, he ordered Infazón to seize them and re-sell them at 100 times their original value. Both he and Infazón conducted these same transactions with the soldiers. And can it be believed that Juan Lopez, the owner of this business, was not in the least bothered by these transactions and in anticipation of the sale he ordered the destruction of part of the baggage of the 1st Active of Guadalajara? Aren't you Editors shocked that a general with this attitude would want to denigrate the merit of another who has known how to defeat and humiliate the enemies of the nation so heroically in numerous encounters, while also upholding the nation's character? In recompense, then, for the worth and confusion of this audacity, and with the aim of creating a contrast between the accuser and the accused we beg you to publish in your fine newspaper or by means of a supplement this truthful tale, affirmed by your servants, who kiss your hands. Several Soldiers Printed by the Mercurio de Matamoros [Note: "QBSM" stands for "que besan sus manos."]