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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... ambush by the Insurrectos wer plentiful. The rebels, under Jose DeLaCruzSanchez and T. Ortego, quickly divined Dorante's purpose. The result was that the leader of the federal soldiers was flanked..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... were given to the earth. flJllFFJILLS TO REBEL Jose DeLaCruzSanchez Turns Over Town and Garrison to Orozco. (By Pbil McLaughlin.) Chihuahua, Mex, March "23?-0Jfnaga, on the extreme eastern boundary..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... casualties ten killed and a number wounded. Panlcho Sanchez, nephew of General Jose DeLaCruzSanchez, federal commander at OJInaga. Is among tho federal dead. The attacking party was composed of .100 rebels..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... that the insurrectos have Invested the town of Coy-ame, in the Ojinaga district, and have it entirely surrounded with soldiers. The Insurrectos are in command of Jose DeLaCruzSanchez, with a command of 300..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... the battle opened. Many of them are ln a destitute condition, 11Yopen "Withbut 'food. Another Battle. EJL PASO, Texas. Sept. 10.—General Jose DeLaCruzSanchez with five hundred federals who had fled from..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... La. CruzSanchez, who came up early todri from Ojinaga and is expected to attack first. The plan has been to have the federals, who went a- few miles south move in between Guadalupe and Juarez, cutting..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... with the Federal column under Jose DeLaCruzSanchez, which is hourly expected from Ojinaga. Men Get Fake Message. A courier suddenly arrived telling Sanchez that the Ojinaga icolumn was two miles away and inviting..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... to insubordination In declining to obey Orozoo's orders. Two messengers from Ojinaga t*day informed Orozoo that Jose DeLaCruzSanchez, commanding 200 federals at Ojinaga, had decided to cast his fortune..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... retnforcements to Sr.nchez. The Insurrecton declare that Dorante never will be permitted to return to town but will be rut to pieces In the foot hills. A correspondent Interviewed Jose DeLaCruzSanchez..."
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Text:"... GUERRERO 1840 JESUS DELACRUZSANCHEZ. .184., FRANCISCO GUERRERO 1841 JOSE DE JESUS NOE 1-ur, FRANCISCO GUERRERO 1842 The American flag was hoisted at Monterey on the 7th day of July, 1846, by Commodore..."
Date:Between 1909 and 1910
Place:California, USA
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Text:".... ■ -^ DenleM He Im Deserter. El Paso, Tex., March 2C.- Gen. Jose DeLaCruzSanchez, commanding the Maderistas rurales at Ojinaga, opposite Presidio, Tex., denies tiiat ht has forsaken Madero and cast bis..."
Date:1912
Place:Minnesota, USA
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Text:"... it with me. JOSfi DELACRUZSANCHEZ. FRANCISCO DE HARO. Assisting witnesses : Eusebio Galindo. Francisco Sanchez. On said day, month, and year, I, the aforesaid alcalde, caused to appear before me, and those..."
Date:1884
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:".... PADILLA (1845)- Sth Alcalde under Mexican rule. JESUS DELACRUZSANCHEZ (1845-1846)- 9th Alcalde under Mexican WASHINGTON A, BARTLETT ( 1846-1847)- 1st Alcalde under American GEORGE HYDE ( I847-I848)3rd..."
Date:Between 1946 and 1948
Place:San Francisco, California, USA
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Text:"... Alcalde under Mexican rule. GUILLFRMO HINCKLEY ( 1844-1845)- 7th Alcalde under Mexican rule. JUAN PADILLA (1845)- 8th Alcalde under Mexican rule. JESUS DELACRUZSANCHEZ (1845-1846)- 9th Alcalde under..."
Date:Between 1946 and 1948
Place:San Francisco, California, USA
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Text:"... DeLaCruzSanchez was issued on the 23d September, 1835. The only boundaries it mentions are San Mateo and the Corral de San Bruno. The fourth condition describes the land as of the extent of four..."
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Text:".... « Traitor Exeonted. Presidio, Tex., April 6. - Antonio Carrasco, insurgent and bandit, was executed yesterday In the camp of Gen. Jose DeLaCruzSanchez of the insurrecto army, by order of Francisco I..."
Date:1911
Place:Minnesota, USA
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Text:"... Mexican rule. JUAN PADILLA (18451- 8th Alcalde under Mexican rule. JESUS DELACRUZSANCHEZ (1845-1846 )- 9th Alcalde under Mexican i-ule. WASHINGTON A. BARTLETT iJuly 1846-Feb. 1847 1- 1st Alcalde under..."
Date:1955
Place:San Francisco, California, USA
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Text:".... A correspondent has just returned fiom a trip to several Insurgent camps in Mexico. At Mulato there are at least 200 men commanded by Gen. Jose DeLaCruzSanchez. Near Loma Palona there are an equal number under..."
Date:1911
Place:Minnesota, USA
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Text:"... (1843-1844) - 6th Alcalde under Mexican rule. GUILLERMO HINCKLEY (1844-1845) 6th Alcalde under Mexican rule. JUAN N, PADILLA (1845)- 8th Alcalde under Mexican rule. JESUS DELACRUZSANCHEZ (1845- 1846..."
Date:Between 1946 and 1948
Place:San Francisco, California, USA
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Text:"... Hermenegildo. Os i o Napoleon. Rojas Luis. DEPARTAMENTO DE SANTA CRUZDELA SIERRA. SANTA CRUZDELA SIERRA. Sanchez Nicolas...."
Date:1897
Publication place:Washington, USA