' *Las vanderas Realos, y otras vandcras del nombre quo se dezia ser cl vergantin.* Bemal JJitZy Hist.
Xew York, 1847;., 1847.'Diyindole que le diesse de puiialadas 6 lo matasse, porque no era raon quo xiviesse en el mundo hombre que avia perdido lo oue'I avia per- dido/ adds Oviedo, iii." See ( Martinelli 1994,. .Las picdius bajas y plumages, todo lo toimiron lo» Indices dc Tlaxcala.' Sidt'i'inn IIU.Sandoval, velasquez DE leon, ordaz.He asked but royal permission to prove it, face to face with his.Guridi y Alcocer (Jo86 Miguel Exhortacion que para el Juramento de la Con- stitucion en hi Parroquia del Sagrario.Cortis did not wait for them to advance too near be- fore he made a charge.This was at once agreed to, and after some discussion messengers were despatched to different parts of the city, bearing orders, it was said, to stay hostilities.Santo Th(jii premio nazionale pubblica amministrazione università is (Dicio de).More wholesome airs were not diflScult to find, but good harbors were not abundant thereabout.Mex., 1841; Informe de la Empresa de, etc.Every obstacle to them ap- peared terrible, magnified through constant fear of the dreaded stone of sacrifice, on which so many comrades had already been laid.; Folsom, in Cortes' DcHpatrkt' a, 6-8; IloiruCs Hist.From Alvarado's camp to the Tlatelulco market, the heart of the enemy's stronghold, the distance was less than from the camp of Cortes, though the first part of the way was more difl cult than the Iztapalapan road.He feared to be shot.As it was, while the native nations were slaying each other, fighting out their ancient feuds, the astute Spaniards laid their all -possessing hand upon the country.And as they were viewing these monu- ments of a superior culture, the troops of armed natives increased, and the priests of the temples, producing a bundle of reeds, set fire to it, signify- ing to the visitors that unless they took their de- parture.
Mex., 1841; Ordenanzasdc la Real Renta del Tabaoo.
So highly did Velazquez esteem the qualities of his friend, * diu multumquo Cortcsium roat, ut secum eat: maria ao montes pollicetur, si opcram ad id bellum polhceatur.* /c/., 319.