The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 5, July 1901 - April, 1902 Page: 27
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Capt. Joseph ..Daniels. 27
Besides the actual service in the field performed by these two
companies whenever the needs of the country required, they were
to the front in all leading social functions. The newspapers of
the day publish notices of military balls given to celebrate the
battle of San Jacinto, and the journal of the Milam Guards con-
tains the following resolution regarding such a ball: "And be it
further resolved, that said ball shall be strictly a military ball, and
none others than heads of families, the officers of army and navy
will be invited except by special invitation of the committee on
invitation. Adopted April 16, 1839. Jos. C. Eldridge, Sec. pro
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