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Knight's Mechanical Encyclopedia (ed. Knight) 6 0 Browse Search
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n anything but a settled condition. The reactionary forces were hard at work and had even gone so far as to threaten the capital. The Government forces, under Gen. Valle, had suffered a defeat at the hands of Galvez. Valle marched from the capital on the road to Toluca, at the head of a thousand men, and was reinforced by five Valle marched from the capital on the road to Toluca, at the head of a thousand men, and was reinforced by five hundred more, when he was met by a considerable reactionary force, surrounded and captured. Valle was himself taken prisoner, and subsequently shot. A conspiracy had also been discovered in the city, which had for its object the assassination of various high personages. Marquez, in the interest of Zoulaga, was at the head of aboValle was himself taken prisoner, and subsequently shot. A conspiracy had also been discovered in the city, which had for its object the assassination of various high personages. Marquez, in the interest of Zoulaga, was at the head of about 4,700 men, and the latter, it was said, fully expected soon to enter the capital with very little opposition. Marquez had, however, attempted an entrance, and had suffered a repulse by the Government artillerists, and been forced to retreat to Cuauticlan. Congress subsequently declared the city under martial law.