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Not really an answer, but an explanation of why such is likely very rare, and will likely not resemble a modern expectation. Note that while double entry bookkeeping predates the publication of "Summa de Arithmetica, Geometria, Proportioni et Proportionalita" in 1494, by Luca Pacioli, this is not true of either accrual accounting or the financial ...


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This is not a budget and being from 1850 is outside the Mexican period but it may be of some use. And if you scroll forward/down from that link you will find many more! Later - Many Many more!


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No, it did not. Under Spain, viceroyalties had their own flags, and in this case the flag of New Spain was the relevant one. After independence, Mexican state flags and coats of arms were slow in developing. To compare to two more populous provinces, Jalisco only created its flag in 1972, and Durango still does not have one (it does have arms). While ...


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