The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 5, July 1901 - April, 1902 Page: 251
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The lMexican and Indian Baid of '78. 251
the United States, and supported by the affidavits as taken, have
the same published in pamphlet form, to be laid before each depart-
ment of the General Government, upon the desk of each member of
Congress, and upon the tables of the "press" of the United States.
Upon motion Committee adjourned to meet on call of the Chair-
JOSEPIt FITZSIMMONS, Chairman.
Wm. H-EADEN, Secretary pro tem.
Pursuant to call another meeting of the Citizens Committee,
appointed to investigate the recent Indian raid, was held at Market
Hall, Thursday evening, June the 13th, 1878.
Present: Judge Joseph Fitzsimmons, Mayor John M. Moore,
Capt. H. W. Berry, Mr. Wm. Headen, and W. H. Maltby, Secre-
Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved.
Corresponding Secretary Winm. Headen presented the address of
the Committee to the Hon. Secretary of State of the United States,
together with a report or narrative of the raid, and affidavits of
parties corroborating the report.
The address was read and unanimously adopted.
It was ordered that the address, report and affidavits be printed
in pamphlet form, copies to be sent to the Secretary of the State,
members of Congress and to the leading journals of the country.
No further business for consideration coming up, the meeting
adjourned sine die.
JOSEPH FITZSIMMONs, Chairman.
Wxa. H. MALTBY, Secretary.
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