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The life of Lorenzo de Zavala : dissertation : presented to the faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Texas in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy
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The life of Lorenzo de Zavala
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dissertation : presented to the faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Texas in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy
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by Raymond Estep, B. S., M. A
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Ph. D.
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  • [B]
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1942
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University of Texas
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Contents
  • Imprisonment in San Juan de Ulúa
  • Zavala's capture and imprisonment in the Ciudadela
  • A new trend in Zavala's political philosophy
  • Charges of maladministration as secretary of hacienda
  • Acquittal
  • Decision to leave Mexico
  • VI.
  • Zavala as a Texas impresario.
  • Request for the land granted Haden Edwards
  • Second request for land in East Texas
  • Austin's attitude toward Zavala's project
  • The return to Yucatán
  • Contract with Thomas R. Luckett
  • Reason for governmental delay in approving the request
  • Governmental approval, February 10, 1829
  • The contract, March 12, 1829
  • Bocanegra's vigilance
  • George Fisher's contract, July 23, 1829
  • Relations with Poinsett and Butler
  • Luckett's efforts to organize a land company
  • Fisher's advice
  • Creation of the Galveston Bay and Texas Land Company
  • The introduction of masonry in Yucatán
  • The company's plans
  • Zavala as agent to secure colonists
  • Zavala's complaint of Mier y Terán's actions
  • Extension of the contract, January 27, 1834
  • The New Washington Land Company
  • Judgment
  • VII.
  • Zavala's travels in the United States and Europe, 1830-1832.
  • Departure from Mexico
  • Arrival in New Orleans
  • Reorganization of the sanjuanistas
  • President Jackson's reception in Cincinnati
  • From Cincinnati to New York, via the Great Lakes, Quebec, and Albany
  • Introduction to famous citizens of the United States
  • Dinner with Jackson in Washington
  • Poinsett and Zavala in New England
  • Zavala's evaluation of United States sentiment toward expansion
  • Publication of Juicio Imparcial
  • Second visit to Washington
  • Reception in France--Zavala's summary of European events
  • Relations with Spanish constitutionalists
  • Founding of El Hispano-Americano
  • Zavala's return to New York and his second marriage
  • Ensayo Histórico de las Revoluciones de Mégico, 1831-1832
  • The desire to return to Mexico
  • Zavala's influence on Gómez Pedraza
  • VIII.
  • The overthrow of centralism and Zavala's return to power--1832-1833.
  • Zavala's arrival in Veracruz
  • Renewal of friendly relations with Santa Anna
  • Resumption of the governorship of the State of Mexico
  • Flight to Zitásuaro
  • Election to the Spanish Cortes
  • Capitulation of Zavaleta
  • Plans of the liberals to destroy congress
  • Initiation of friend relations between Gómez Farías and Zavala
  • De facto governor
  • Gómez Pedraza's request for Zavala to vacate the gubernatorial chair
  • Address to the legislature, February 17, 1833
  • De jure governor, March 12, 1833
  • Zavala's accomplishments as governor in 1833
  • The revolt of General Gabriel Durán
  • Dictatorial powers of Zavala
  • Arrest and departure for Havana
  • The cholera epidemic of 1833
  • Zavala's national reform program
  • Yucatecan delegate to the chamber of deputies.
  • a.
  • Temporarily excused from attending ;
  • b.
  • Bexía pleads for Zavala to assume leadership of the federalists
  • Zavala's abandonment of Teluca
  • Service in the chamber of deputies
  • Repeal of Article 11 of the law of April 6, 1830
  • Service in the Cortes
  • Unstable position on the question of statehood for Texas
  • President of the chamber of deputies
  • Zavala's attacks on the Church
  • His attitude toward religion.
  • a.
  • His earlier opposition to the Church ;
  • b.
  • The bill of November 7, 1833
  • Zavala's farewell to the chamber of deputies
  • IX.
  • Actions in Paris
  • Minister Plenipotentiary to the French court--1833-1835.
  • Attitude of the French government toward the Spanish-American republics
  • Eduardo Gorostiza's arrival in Paris
  • Baron Daffaudis in Mexico
  • Zavala--minister plenipotentiary to France.
  • a.
  • Delayed approval of the appointment ;
  • b.
  • Zavala receives his powers
  • The departure from Mexico
  • The return to America
  • Two months in the United States
  • Reception by the French government
  • Zavala's efforts on behalf of Spanish recognition of Mexican independence
  • Friendly relations between Anastasio Bustamente and Zavala
  • Zavala's attitude toward his position as head of the Mexican legation at the Vatican
  • Literary compositions
  • Travel and entertainment
  • Advice to Santa Anna
  • Resignation as minister plenipotentiary, August 30, 1834
  • Condemnation of Santa Anna's policies
  • I.
  • II.
  • Continued residence in Paris until March 29, 1835
  • Arrival in New York
  • X.
  • Zavala and the Texas Revolution.
  • Announcement of plans to settle in Texas
  • Arrival in New Orleans, July 3, 1835
  • The first view of Texas
  • Reception by the revolutionists
  • Anxiety of the Mexican government
  • Address at Lynch s Ferry
  • Zavala's legislative career, 1822-1826.
  • Amphyotyonic junta of New Orleans
  • Zavala's letter to Austin, September 17, 1835
  • Cooperation with the leaders at San Felipe
  • The permanent council
  • The consultation
  • Zavala's refusal to lead an expedition against Matamoros
  • At home at Buffalo Bayou
  • The constitutional convention
  • Ad interim vice-president
  • Pursuit by Santa Anna
  • Mexico--Independent
  • Break with Burnet--First resignation of the vice-presidency, April, 1836
  • Negotiation of the Treaties of Velasco--Zavala's co-operation with Santa Anna
  • The arrival of Thomas J. Green--2nd resignation of the vice Presidency, June 3, 1836
  • Zavala's attitude toward the Texas republic
  • The summer of 1836
  • Zavala's inability to serve as vice-president at the opening of congress
  • Lamar's tribute
  • Death, November 15, 1836
  • Contemporary judgment of Zavala
  • XI.
  • Deputy to the first constituent congress
  • Zavala--the prophet of liberalism
  • Efforts on behalf of colonization
  • member of the committee on finance
  • Crowning of Iturbide
  • Arrest of the deputies
  • Proyecto de reforma del congreso
  • The junta nacional instituyente
  • Early life and service in the Spanish courts.
  • Reconvening of the first constituent congress
  • The exile of Iturbide
  • Zavala's relations with Iturbide
  • The Supreme Executive Power (Poder Ejecutivo Supremo)
  • Demand for a new congress
  • Deputy to the second constituent congress
  • Acta Constitutiva
  • The Constitution of 1824
  • Member of the senate
  • Journey to Guadalajara
  • Birth and ancestry
  • Thoughts on the Panama Congress
  • Offer of the post of Minister to the United States
  • Translations of political philosophy
  • Participation in the elections at Toluca
  • III.
  • The introduction of York Rite masonry in Mexico.
  • The first lodges
  • Zavala's initiation and first labors as a mason
  • The arrival of Poinsett
  • A field ripe for the harvest
  • Education
  • Securing of charters by Poinsett from the United States
  • Zavala's rôle in the introduction of the York Rite
  • Proposed laws for the curbing of secret societies
  • Zavala's defense of Poinsett
  • The Plan of Montaño
  • Establishment of Correo de la Federación Mexicana
  • The masonic struggle for control of the presidency
  • Outlawry of secret societies, October 25, 1928
  • A glimpse of the future
  • IV.
  • Educational policies of Spain
  • Governor of the state of Mexico, 1827-1829.
  • Acquisition of a residence in the State of Mexico
  • Participation in the state elections
  • Election as governor, March 8, 1827
  • Comparison of the records of Múzquiz and Zavala
  • Transference of the capital
  • Creation of a state library
  • Achievements of Zavala's first legislature
  • Growth of anti-Spanish feeling
  • State and national laws outlawing Spaniards
  • Zavala's interest in liberal societies
  • The sincerity of Zavala's opposition to expulsion
  • Creation of the Literary Institute
  • Zavala--father of Mexican agrarian reform
  • The presidential campaign of 1828
  • Santa Anna and the Pronunciamiento de Perote
  • Zavala's attempted mediation
  • Plans to arrest Zavala
  • His flight
  • Governmental ineptitude
  • The Revolution of the Acordada
  • The sanjuanistas
  • Attempts to separate Guerrero, Santa Anna, and Zavala
  • Zavala's resumption of the governorship
  • V.
  • Secretary of Hacienda.
  • His fitness for office
  • Guerraro's cabinet
  • The bankruptcy of the government
  • Expedient measures for the acquisition of specie
  • Attempts to establish the public credit
  • Abolition of the tobacco monopoly
  • Zavala's rise as a political figure
  • A national income tax
  • The forced loan of 3,000,000 pesos
  • The September decrees
  • Attacks on Zavala's program
  • The break with Santa Anna
  • Cabinet discord
  • Zavala's resignation
  • The state legislature's refusal to permit Zavala to resume his gubernatorial duties
  • The Yucatecan mission
  • The Plan de Jalapa
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The life of Lorenzo de Zavala : dissertation : presented to the faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Texas in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, by Raymond Estep, B. S., M. A
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Includes bibliographical references (leaves 400-421)
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Contents
  • Imprisonment in San Juan de Ulúa
  • Zavala's capture and imprisonment in the Ciudadela
  • A new trend in Zavala's political philosophy
  • Charges of maladministration as secretary of hacienda
  • Acquittal
  • Decision to leave Mexico
  • VI.
  • Zavala as a Texas impresario.
  • Request for the land granted Haden Edwards
  • Second request for land in East Texas
  • Austin's attitude toward Zavala's project
  • The return to Yucatán
  • Contract with Thomas R. Luckett
  • Reason for governmental delay in approving the request
  • Governmental approval, February 10, 1829
  • The contract, March 12, 1829
  • Bocanegra's vigilance
  • George Fisher's contract, July 23, 1829
  • Relations with Poinsett and Butler
  • Luckett's efforts to organize a land company
  • Fisher's advice
  • Creation of the Galveston Bay and Texas Land Company
  • The introduction of masonry in Yucatán
  • The company's plans
  • Zavala as agent to secure colonists
  • Zavala's complaint of Mier y Terán's actions
  • Extension of the contract, January 27, 1834
  • The New Washington Land Company
  • Judgment
  • VII.
  • Zavala's travels in the United States and Europe, 1830-1832.
  • Departure from Mexico
  • Arrival in New Orleans
  • Reorganization of the sanjuanistas
  • President Jackson's reception in Cincinnati
  • From Cincinnati to New York, via the Great Lakes, Quebec, and Albany
  • Introduction to famous citizens of the United States
  • Dinner with Jackson in Washington
  • Poinsett and Zavala in New England
  • Zavala's evaluation of United States sentiment toward expansion
  • Publication of Juicio Imparcial
  • Second visit to Washington
  • Reception in France--Zavala's summary of European events
  • Relations with Spanish constitutionalists
  • Founding of El Hispano-Americano
  • Zavala's return to New York and his second marriage
  • Ensayo Histórico de las Revoluciones de Mégico, 1831-1832
  • The desire to return to Mexico
  • Zavala's influence on Gómez Pedraza
  • VIII.
  • The overthrow of centralism and Zavala's return to power--1832-1833.
  • Zavala's arrival in Veracruz
  • Renewal of friendly relations with Santa Anna
  • Resumption of the governorship of the State of Mexico
  • Flight to Zitásuaro
  • Election to the Spanish Cortes
  • Capitulation of Zavaleta
  • Plans of the liberals to destroy congress
  • Initiation of friend relations between Gómez Farías and Zavala
  • De facto governor
  • Gómez Pedraza's request for Zavala to vacate the gubernatorial chair
  • Address to the legislature, February 17, 1833
  • De jure governor, March 12, 1833
  • Zavala's accomplishments as governor in 1833
  • The revolt of General Gabriel Durán
  • Dictatorial powers of Zavala
  • Arrest and departure for Havana
  • The cholera epidemic of 1833
  • Zavala's national reform program
  • Yucatecan delegate to the chamber of deputies.
  • a.
  • Temporarily excused from attending ;
  • b.
  • Bexía pleads for Zavala to assume leadership of the federalists
  • Zavala's abandonment of Teluca
  • Service in the chamber of deputies
  • Repeal of Article 11 of the law of April 6, 1830
  • Service in the Cortes
  • Unstable position on the question of statehood for Texas
  • President of the chamber of deputies
  • Zavala's attacks on the Church
  • His attitude toward religion.
  • a.
  • His earlier opposition to the Church ;
  • b.
  • The bill of November 7, 1833
  • Zavala's farewell to the chamber of deputies
  • IX.
  • Actions in Paris
  • Minister Plenipotentiary to the French court--1833-1835.
  • Attitude of the French government toward the Spanish-American republics
  • Eduardo Gorostiza's arrival in Paris
  • Baron Daffaudis in Mexico
  • Zavala--minister plenipotentiary to France.
  • a.
  • Delayed approval of the appointment ;
  • b.
  • Zavala receives his powers
  • The departure from Mexico
  • The return to America
  • Two months in the United States
  • Reception by the French government
  • Zavala's efforts on behalf of Spanish recognition of Mexican independence
  • Friendly relations between Anastasio Bustamente and Zavala
  • Zavala's attitude toward his position as head of the Mexican legation at the Vatican
  • Literary compositions
  • Travel and entertainment
  • Advice to Santa Anna
  • Resignation as minister plenipotentiary, August 30, 1834
  • Condemnation of Santa Anna's policies
  • I.
  • II.
  • Continued residence in Paris until March 29, 1835
  • Arrival in New York
  • X.
  • Zavala and the Texas Revolution.
  • Announcement of plans to settle in Texas
  • Arrival in New Orleans, July 3, 1835
  • The first view of Texas
  • Reception by the revolutionists
  • Anxiety of the Mexican government
  • Address at Lynch s Ferry
  • Zavala's legislative career, 1822-1826.
  • Amphyotyonic junta of New Orleans
  • Zavala's letter to Austin, September 17, 1835
  • Cooperation with the leaders at San Felipe
  • The permanent council
  • The consultation
  • Zavala's refusal to lead an expedition against Matamoros
  • At home at Buffalo Bayou
  • The constitutional convention
  • Ad interim vice-president
  • Pursuit by Santa Anna
  • Mexico--Independent
  • Break with Burnet--First resignation of the vice-presidency, April, 1836
  • Negotiation of the Treaties of Velasco--Zavala's co-operation with Santa Anna
  • The arrival of Thomas J. Green--2nd resignation of the vice Presidency, June 3, 1836
  • Zavala's attitude toward the Texas republic
  • The summer of 1836
  • Zavala's inability to serve as vice-president at the opening of congress
  • Lamar's tribute
  • Death, November 15, 1836
  • Contemporary judgment of Zavala
  • XI.
  • Deputy to the first constituent congress
  • Zavala--the prophet of liberalism
  • Efforts on behalf of colonization
  • member of the committee on finance
  • Crowning of Iturbide
  • Arrest of the deputies
  • Proyecto de reforma del congreso
  • The junta nacional instituyente
  • Early life and service in the Spanish courts.
  • Reconvening of the first constituent congress
  • The exile of Iturbide
  • Zavala's relations with Iturbide
  • The Supreme Executive Power (Poder Ejecutivo Supremo)
  • Demand for a new congress
  • Deputy to the second constituent congress
  • Acta Constitutiva
  • The Constitution of 1824
  • Member of the senate
  • Journey to Guadalajara
  • Birth and ancestry
  • Thoughts on the Panama Congress
  • Offer of the post of Minister to the United States
  • Translations of political philosophy
  • Participation in the elections at Toluca
  • III.
  • The introduction of York Rite masonry in Mexico.
  • The first lodges
  • Zavala's initiation and first labors as a mason
  • The arrival of Poinsett
  • A field ripe for the harvest
  • Education
  • Securing of charters by Poinsett from the United States
  • Zavala's rôle in the introduction of the York Rite
  • Proposed laws for the curbing of secret societies
  • Zavala's defense of Poinsett
  • The Plan of Montaño
  • Establishment of Correo de la Federación Mexicana
  • The masonic struggle for control of the presidency
  • Outlawry of secret societies, October 25, 1928
  • A glimpse of the future
  • IV.
  • Educational policies of Spain
  • Governor of the state of Mexico, 1827-1829.
  • Acquisition of a residence in the State of Mexico
  • Participation in the state elections
  • Election as governor, March 8, 1827
  • Comparison of the records of Múzquiz and Zavala
  • Transference of the capital
  • Creation of a state library
  • Achievements of Zavala's first legislature
  • Growth of anti-Spanish feeling
  • State and national laws outlawing Spaniards
  • Zavala's interest in liberal societies
  • The sincerity of Zavala's opposition to expulsion
  • Creation of the Literary Institute
  • Zavala--father of Mexican agrarian reform
  • The presidential campaign of 1828
  • Santa Anna and the Pronunciamiento de Perote
  • Zavala's attempted mediation
  • Plans to arrest Zavala
  • His flight
  • Governmental ineptitude
  • The Revolution of the Acordada
  • The sanjuanistas
  • Attempts to separate Guerrero, Santa Anna, and Zavala
  • Zavala's resumption of the governorship
  • V.
  • Secretary of Hacienda.
  • His fitness for office
  • Guerraro's cabinet
  • The bankruptcy of the government
  • Expedient measures for the acquisition of specie
  • Attempts to establish the public credit
  • Abolition of the tobacco monopoly
  • Zavala's rise as a political figure
  • A national income tax
  • The forced loan of 3,000,000 pesos
  • The September decrees
  • Attacks on Zavala's program
  • The break with Santa Anna
  • Cabinet discord
  • Zavala's resignation
  • The state legislature's refusal to permit Zavala to resume his gubernatorial duties
  • The Yucatecan mission
  • The Plan de Jalapa
Dimensions
28 cm
Dimensions
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unknown
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xvii, 421, 2 leaves (2 volumes)
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