[PUEBLA AND VERA CRUZ]. IBARRA, Domingo & Juan Soto. Octavo desengano de los monarquistas é hijos de Polk. Ultimitas noticias de Puebla y Veracruz [caption title]. [Mexico City]: Valdés y Rodendas, impresores, 1847. Dated in type March 6, 1847.  pp. Folio (31 x 20.6 cm). Disbound, left margin irregular, otherwise fine. Rare. Only one copy on OCLC.
First edition. Eberstadt 490.
Apparently lacks an accompanying broadside present in the Yale copy and alluded to herein. Reports on military insurrections in Puebla and Veracruz in three reports—one from Domingo Ibarra in Puebla (March 5, 1847) and two from Juan Soto in Veracruz (March 1, 1847, and March 4, 1847). These are apparently reports to the Mexico City authorities to assure them of the cities’ continued loyalty. At the time, the Polkos Revolt was in full swing in Mexico City and may have inspired these local uprisings. The title clearly implies that the insurrectionists are believed to be American sympathizers.