A Decree Opposing the 1814 Constitution of the Mexican Revolution [Broadside]. Calleja del Rey, Felix Maria [1755?-1828]. Don Felix Maria Calleja del Rey, Bruder, Losada, Flores, Campeno, Monetero de Espinosa Teniente General de los Reales Exercitos, Virey, Gobernador y Capitan General de esta N.E. Presidente de su Real Audiencia Superintendente General, Subdelegado de Real Hacienda, Minas, Azogues y Raino del Tabaco, Juez Conservador de Este, Presidente de su Real Junta y Subdelegado General de Correos en el Mismo Reyno.... [Mexico City]: S.n., May 24, 1815. 28" x 16-3/4" broadside, text in two columns below headline. Light browning, fold lines, negligible light edgewear, small inkspot to margin near upper corner, official inkstamps to verso. Signed below typesigned names at foot of text by Calleja and the secretary of state. $950. * Intended to be posted in Puebla, this broadside contains the text of a decree by Celleja, the viceroy of New Spain from 1813-1816, condemning the Constitucion de Apatzingan. Named for the city where it was promulgated in 1814, this was the constitution framed by the leaders of the Mexican War of Independence (1810-1821). It was the organic law of the territories controlled by the revolutionaries. OCLC locates 2 copies in North America (University of Pennsylvania, Yale).
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