1848 - Scott, Winfield - Butler, William Orlando.
Ordenes Generales Estadounidenses sobre Metales Preciosos durante la Ocupación de la Ciudad de México.
a) Major General Scott.
General Orders No. 31.
"All gold or Silver Bullion in bar, ingots, pieces, bundles or other form, received by companies or individuals in this city or the federal district - whether designed for assay, coinage or manufacture, or any other disposition whatever - must, on penalty of seizure and confiscation, be declared at the office of the Civil and Military Governor…". Headquarters of the Army, Mexico, January 27, 1848.
Una hoja, 20 x 14 cm. Supplemental to General Orders No. 376 and 395, of 1847. Pequeños orificios en margen izquierdo.
b) Major Gen. Butler.
General Orders No. 13.
"The General Orders oabove referred to are hereby so far, and in such wise, modified, that the dues on production and smelting of the precious metals, will not be re-demanded on quantities received from mines yet in the actual possession or power of the Mexican authorities.". Headquarters of the Army, Mexico, february 25, 1848. Firmado por Lorenzo Thomas.
Dos hojas (una útil), 20 x 14 cm. Supplemental to General Orders No. 376 and 395 of 1847, and No. 8 current series. Pequeños faltantes en margen izquierdo.
c) Major Gen. Butler.
General Orders No. 78.
"The restrictions placed upon the exportation of gold and silver in bars or ingots, (plata y oro en pasta) by General orders No. 362 and 376, dated respectively December 2, and 15, 1847, are hereby removed, and the precious metals may now be exported, under the following regulations of the Secretary of the Treasury, dated November 16, 1847, approved by the President of the United Satates…". Headquarters of the Army, Mexico, april 27, 1848. Firmado por Lorenzo Thomas.
Dos hojas (una útil), 20 x 14 cm. Pequeños orificios en margen izquierdo.
Total de piezas: 3.