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Nezahualpilli, 105, 125, 130 Puebla, state of, 41
Noche Triste, La, 163 Pulque, 23, 35
Nopal, 87
Noriega, General, 384 Q
Northers, i, 3
Novella, Francisco, 263, 264 Quemadero, 216
Nueva Leon, 316 Queretáro, 19, 246, 262, 374, 375
Quetzalcoatl, 29; legends of,
O 30, 33, 131; influence of, 32;
Oaxaca, 275, 392 statue of, 34
Obregon, 229 Quinames, 18
O'Donojú, Don Juan, 223, 263- Quinatzin, 42
266 Quiroga, Vasco de, 197, 238
Oidores, 185 R
Olid, Christobal de, 137, 173,
176, 177 Railways in Mexico, 418
Olmedo, Father, 182 Rebozos, 296, 406
Orizaba, i Reclamacion de los Pasteles, 281
Ortega, General, 346, 356 Revillagigedo, Don Juan Vicente
Otomis, tribe of, 19, 152 de Güemes Pacheco de Pa-
Otoncapolco, 164 dilla, Conde de, 220-222
Otumba, battle of, 168, 170 Robbers, 297
Royal University, founded, 203
P Rubio, Manuel Romero, 399
Painala, 145, 183
Palenque, ruins at, 17, 72-76 S
Palo Alto, battle at, 311
Paredes, Don Maria, 284, 285, Sabine River, 305
307, 319 Sacramento, 323
Parian, The, 275 Salanueva, Don Antonio, 345
Paseo, 291 Salm-Salm, Prince of, 375; Prin-
Patzcuaro, 63, 68, 194, 230 cess of, 378
Payne and Zarate, quoted, 37 Salomea, Pass of, 393
Pedraza, Manuel Gomez, 275, Saltillo, 316
276, 278, 282 San Christobal, Lake, 12
Peones, 256 San Diego, 252
Philip II., 9, 199, 214, 219 San Juan de Uloa, 137, 236,
Philip III., 219 281, 330
Philip IV., 219 San Juan Teotihuacan, 168
Philip V., 233 San Luis, 19
Pillow, General, 336 San Nicholas, Colegio de, 230,
Pita, 35 238, 251
Popocatapetl, 6 Sandoval, Gonzalo de, 173
Popotla, 164 Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de,
Pottery of Mexico, 405 267; his connection with
Prieto, Guillermo, 346, 416 Yturbide, 273; at Oaxaca,
Princess of Cloth, 92 275; defeats a Spanish force,
Puebla, 204, 206, 262, 330, 333, 277; becomes president, 278;
354, 356 in Texas, 279; a prisoner.