House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d Session-49th Congress, 1st Session, Volume 6

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Page 109 - House dissenting) had declared that 'by the act of the Republic of Mexico a state of war exists between that Government and the United States...
Page 20 - An Act making appropriations for the service of the Post Office Department for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920, and for other purposes," approved February 28, 1919, and all other Acts amendatory thereof or supplementary thereto.
Page 128 - I approve said (donation), and interpose my authority and judicial (decree) including them in the two thousand one hundred and sixty varas, with which they will have sufficient. All of which I, the said governor, have determined, after mature deliberation, desiring the service of the king and the public good. And I so ordered and signed, acting with two attending witnesses, in the absence of a public or royal notary, there being none in this kingdom. To all of which I certify. THOMAS VELEZ...
Page 75 - An act to establish the offices of surveyor general of New Mexico, Kansas, and Nebraska, to grant donations to actual settlers therein, and for other purposes...
Page 109 - Mexico a free government, with the least possible delay, similar to those in the United States ; and the people of New Mexico will then be called on to exercise the rights of freemen in electing their own representatives to the Territorial legislature. But until this can be done, the laws hitherto in existence will be continued until changed or modified by competent authority ; and those persons holding office will continue in the same for the present, provided they will consider themselves good...
Page 109 - Those who remain quiet and peaceable, will be considered as good citizens and receive protection. — Those who are found in arms or instigating others against the United States, will be considered as traitors, and treated accordingly. Don Manuel Armijo, the late governor of this department, has fled from it. The undersigned has taken possession of it without firing a gun or shedding a drop of blood, in which he most truly rejoices, and for the present will be considered as governor of this territory.
Page 109 - And he requires of those who have left their homes and taken up arms against the troops of the United States, to return forthwith to them, or else they will be considered as enemies and traitors, subjecting their persons to punishment and their property to seizure and confiscation...
Page 110 - AD 1905, as taken from and compared with the original now on file In my office. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at Trenton this 7th day of March, 190C.
Page 42 - I certify that the above is a true copy of the original Report of Resolutions adopted in Conference.
Page 109 - The undersigned hereby absolves all persons residing within the boundary of New Mexico from further allegiance to the Republic of Mexico, and hereby claims them as citizens of the United States. Those who remain quiet and peaceable will be considered as good citizens and receive protection. Those who are found in arms, or instigating others against the United States, will be considered as traitors, and treated accordingly.

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