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Printed Document Signed In Type By Santa Anna Days Before The Taking of Veracruz And His Promotion To The Rank Of Brigadier GeneralPrinted Document. One page, 8 1/2"" x 12"", on laid paper. Veracruz. October 15, 1822. Signed in type by Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna. (1794-1876) Mexican political leader who greatly influenced Mexican and Spanish politics and government. During his forty year career, Santa Anna rose to the rank of both general and president. Over a period of twenty-two years, Santa Anna served as President of Mexico on eleven non-consecutive occasions. The Spanish document concerns a two percent tax placed upon gold and silver in relation to a loan of six hundred thousand pesos. Very Fine.
On October 25, 1822 Santa Anna would take control of Veracruz under orders from Mexico’s Emperor Iturbide. For this successful operation, Santa Anna was named brigadier general and Commander of the Province of Veracruz by Iturbide. Iturbide soon grew suspicious of Santa Anna’s power, quickly removing him from his command and ordering him to join the Junta de Guerra in Mexico City. Santa Anna refused to follow this order and instead returned to Veracruz where he proclaimed a Mexican Republic and declared Iturbide’s reign invalid in early December of 1822. With support growing quickly for a Mexican Republic, Iturbide was forced to abdicate on March 19, 1823. A fine document from an important period in the early life of Santa Anna.
Signed by Vaudreuil Just Months After The Disastrous French Defeat At The Battle Of The SaintesLouis-Philippe de Rigaud, Marquis de Vaudreuil (1724 – 1802). French Admiral, was second in command of the French navy during the American Revolution. Commanded a division of de Grasse’s fleet at Yorktown in 1781. DS. 1 page. 9 ¾” x 3 5/8”. Boston October 29, 1782 Fourth. -- of the King, the orders of M. le Mis de Vaudreuil wing chief In thirty days--, please pay this -, the first, second & third --, to the order of. M.-Winship a Boston Merchant the sum of eight thousand eight hundred eighty nine —to acquire such a sum which he is due for the amount of ammunition he provided to -- the King, the orders of M. le Mis de Vaudreuil, during spring break in Boston, as he notes by the Market, States & Receipt signed & referred to who has rights & deposited in the hands of Your very humble & very obedient servant --------- The Battle of the Saintes occurred over the period of a few days from April 9 – 12, 1782. The French and Spanish had planned an invasion of Jamaica but the British fleet, prepared for the maneuver decisively defeated the French fleet, thus thwarting the French intentions Following the French defeat and De Grasse’s surrender Vaudreuil, as second in command led the fleet to safety. He actions have been credited for saving most of the French Fleet from British capture. Following the battle, the French took refuge in Boston and this document is signed by Vaudreuil at Boston in October. $2,000.00