By George C. Marshall Space Flight Center
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However, there was difficulty concerning Guimac, described in legal documents of 1854 (L417 E7). In this year the administrator Aguirre of Atlacomulco filed a complaint against the pueblo of Acapatzingo, demanding the return of the ranch to the plantation. The history of its temporary transfer by the plantation to the pueblo in exchange for the Acatlanes was discussed above. The five-year period was to end in 1854, but the administrator claimed that the terminal date was 12 January, the date of the auction, whereas the pueblo claimed it was 1 June, the date on which the transfer took place.
The defense was assumed by Estate lawyers, who based it largely on the assertion that exhibition of title was necessary to prove ownership, implying that land lacking such title could be dealt with as Mateos had attempted, and stated furthermore that an amparo from the Audiencia was insufficient proof of ownership in the Marquesado, where title could be gained only from the Marques. The lawyer of the Indians, in words described by the Estate lawyers as expressing "manifiesto desacato," replied sharply that the Indians had owned the land before the Marquesado existed, and that the "derecho de dominio" of the Marques applied only to Spaniards, adding that Indians should not be required to show title, the statements of witnesses being sufficient in such cases.
491) when Alaman wrote that there would be unexpected expenses owing to the need to buy rather than rent La Huerta and the Acatlanes. , p. 199) its purchase was arranged. Finally, all the land used by the plantation belonged to it, and, according to Alaman, few plantations of tierra caliente shared this feature. ) , after which at least two maps were made of the plantation and some daguerreotypes taken of various parts of it. Figure 5 is redrawn from an uncatalogued map in the Archive General that I assume to be the second map and the only one that Alaman approved.