"We Are Now the True Spaniards": Sovereignty, Revolution, Independence, and the Emergence of the Federal Republic of Mexico, 1808-1824

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Abady Queipo, Manuel, 53, 75–77, 90–91, 94, 105, 111, 118, 123, 134, 141, 240, 370
Abalós, José de, 250
Abarca josé María, 94, 126, 137, 141
Abarca, Roque, 90
Abasolo, Mariano, 94, 118, 134
Abella, Ángel, 83, 143–44
Academia Patriótica Constitucional, 243
Acámbaro (Guanajuato), 113, 116, 202
Acapulco, 191, 206, 217–19, 243, 261
Aceites, 181, 192
Acta Constitutiva (1823), 326, 328, 330, 332
Acta de Independencia (Mexico), 226–27, 270–71
Acta de Independencia del Imperio, 270. See also Acta de Independencia (Mexico)
Aculco, 136–37
Adalid, Ignacio, 236
Adams, John, 345–50; presented as author of Common Sense, 14; view of Hispanic churchmen, 9n9
African ancestry, population of, 154–55, 158 59, 164–65, 167–68, 171, 224, 229, 259, 285, 338, 359, 405
Agar, Pedro, 152
Aguascalientes, 139, 144, 177, 291: ayuntamiento of, 286; election of constitutional ayuntamiento, 242
Aguilar, Juan Antonio, 76
Aguilera, Juan Antonio, 75–77, 133
Aguirre, Guillermo de, 51, 55, 59–60, 63–64, 78, 95, 120, 367
Aguirrevengoa, Ignacio, 259
Ahualulco, 138
Alamán, Lucas, 56, 59, 69, 111, 119, 129–32, 135, 139, 147, 182, 184, 196, 203, 207–8, 226, 230, 232–34, 251, 258, 261, 265, 313–14, 316–17, 324, 343, 364, 370, 385, 388–89, 395, 407, 409, 417, 420–21, 423–24, 429, 431, 435; Historia de Méjico, 147
alcabala, 19, 32, 39, 91, 139
Alcalá josé María, 182–83
Alcalá Galiano, Antonio, 15, 240, 377
Alcedo y Bejarano, Antonio de, 14; Diccionario geográfico de las Indias Occidentales o América, 14
Alcocer, Santiago, 295, 307
Aldama, Juan, 118, 120, 123–24, 134, 140, 146
Aldama, Mariano, 146
Alderete y Soría, Manuel de, 228
Alegre, Francisco Javier, 23
Algeciras, 251
Alhóndiga de Granaditas (Guanajuato), 116, 126, 129–31, 140
Allende, Ignacio, 94, 118–20, 122–24, 129–30, 134–37, 139–40, 198, 203, 219, 224–25, 339, 384–85; defeat of, 195
Almansa,Josef María, 78
Almaza, Mariano, 275
Almolonga, 302
Alonso y Pantiga, Ángel, 193, 237
Altamira, Rafael, 354
Althusius, Johannes, 10
Alva Ixtlilxóchitl, Fernando de, 21
Álvarez, Francisco, 14
Álvarez, Melchor, 181
Alzate, José Antonio, 23
Amati, Bernardino, 251
America, autonomy movements, 235, 150
American Cortes, proposal for, 204
American identity, 4; emergence of, 7, 21–24: growing sense of, 24
American juntas, 160
Anaya Juan Pablo, 299
Andrade, José Antonio, 282, 284
Aner, Felipe, 158
Anglo-Spanish alliance, 116
Anglo-Spanish warfare, 34–37, 335. See also Seven Years’War,War of Austrian Succession,War of Jenkins’ Ear,War of the Spanish Succession

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