The Indito runners go as fast as when they brought Moctezuma fresh fish from the Gulf.
Moctezuma delivered them up, and Cortez at once had them burned in public.
Land of the nopal and maguey—home of Moctezuma and Malinché!
On the Indian frontier, yes; but in the valley of Mexico—tranquil since the time of Moctezuma—there had been no fighting.
Entertainments were plentiful in Moctezuma's city, though subsisting, so to speak, upon diminished rations.
Thus throughout the whole Republic agriculture is practically where it was in the time of Moctezuma.
In the crisis when it became necessary to seize the treacherous Moctezuma, Alvarado was active and prominent.
There is a moss-hung cypress near one of the little lakes, called the Arbol de Moctezuma.
Moctezuma received him with great ceremony, but undoubtedly with treacherous intent.
Another authority says: "Montezuma, or more correctly, Moctezuma."