Title - Ejército del Norte.--General en gefe.--Escmo. Sr.-- Despues de una defensa brillante, en que el enemigo fué rechazado, con pérdida de mil y quinientos hombres, de varios puestos…
Translated Title(s) - Army of the North. General-in-Chief. Most Excellent Sir. After a brilliant defense, in which the enemy was repulsed with a loss of 1500 men from various positions…
Date - October 2, 1846
Publication Information - El Republicano. Published by: El Republicano, Mexico City, October 2, 1846
Format - Newspapers; Proclamations
Collection - The University of Texas at Arlington Library, Special Collections.
Call Number - Spco Newspapers. Mexico-Mexico City Bound
Description - Pedro de Ampudia, the leader of the Mexican Army of the North, issued his final report on the Battle of Monterrey immediately after signing the armistice on September 25, 1846. Ampudia’s report detailed the advance of U.S. troops through the city, his army’s lack of supplies, and concluded by defending the armistice which he had signed with Zachary Taylor.