El C. Lic. Mariano Villela, presidente del Superior Tribunal de Justica y gobernador interino del estado libre y soberano de mexico a todos sus habitantes. Sabed:...Los Sres. secretarios del Honorable Congreso del Estado, en oficio de 13 del corriente, me han dirigido el decreto que sigue: El Congreso constitucional del Estado de México ha decretado lo siguiente: Art. 1.° Es gobernador constitucional del Estado, el Ecsmo, Sr. Lic. D. Francisco Modesto de Olaguibel..
by [Olaguíbel, Francisco Modesto]. Villela, Mariano
[Mexico,Toluca], 1846. First edition. Broadside. Light stains at the corners, vertical fold, wear to bottom edge, still very good.. 1 sheet. To begin the Second Constitutional Epoch in Mexico, the Constitutional Congress, as its second act, announced in this broadside, dated "en Taluca 14 de Noviembre 1846," the election of Francisco Modesto Olaguíbel as Governor of the State of Mexico, with Diego Jose Perez y Fernandez as Lieutenant Governor (Villela had been named interim Governor in decree No. 1 dated November 11, 1846). In August, Olaguíbel had been appointed acting Governor by General Mariano Salas, chief of the Liberation Army when he took over the executive power of the country. Olaguíbel immediately formed a coalition of Masonic governors in the central states to prepare an uprising should Santa Anna negotiate further expansion of the United States into Mexico (see Sara Ann Frahm: The Cross and the Compass, Palibrio, 2014). We could locate no copies of this decree in OCLC nor at the BN Mexico or other sources. (Inventory #: 43194)
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