The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 4, July 1900 - April, 1901 Page: 139
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Mexican Raid on Corpus Christi. 139
frightened and half .starved condition, the women who had been
taken prisoners two ,days before. The party reached home just at
sunrise, and irt wvoucll be hard to imagine a more joyful reunion than
that helld in Corpus Christi that morning.
After being held as ,a prisoner for four days, the captured Mexi-
cain ways taken by a mob an d hanged. He refused' to disclose any-
thing in regard to his companions, only saying that the Mexican
wh'o was killed at Franks' store met death because he recognized one
,of the raiders.
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