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Mexico and Mexican Constitution in 1822.
A compilation of notes and letters written by the author from the United States during his journey through Mexico in the autumn of 1822. Poinsett discussed the various accounts of the cause and character of the revolution against Spain. It includes a historical sketch in the Appendix . The Appendix also includes a number of historical documents (translated into English) including, in part: Iturbide’s Message to Congress; the Manifest Addressed to the Mexican People by Regiment No. 1 of the Infantry of the Line; the Decree of the Executive of Mexico published October 8, 1823; and the Project of a Constitution for the Mexican Republic offered to the Mexican Sovereign Constitutional Congress of November 20, 1823, along with a number of reports made to the Mexican Congress.
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"1825 - Notes Made from Mexico, J. R. Poinsett" (2019). Miscellaneous Publications – Mexican. 4.
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