The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 6, July 1902 - April, 1903 Page: 168

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AFFAIRS OF THE ASSOCIATION.
The Association has received from Mr. Ingham S. Roberts, of
Houston, a copy of the Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Texas
for 1900 and four photographs of the masonic monument taken
under his supervision in 1898.
Mr. G. Duvernoy, also of HIouston, sends two specially interest-
ing and valuable additions to the collection. One is a hand bill
containing a proclamation issued by Lieutenant Governor Joel W.
Robinson February 12, 1836, explaining to the people of Texas the
conduct of the Council in its quarrel with Governor Henry Smith.
The other is a rare pamphlet entitled Apuntes Hist'ricos Intere-
santes de San Antonio de Bexar, written by Jos6 Antonio Navarro
in 1853, and published by certain of his friends in 1869. It deals
with some aspects of the Mexican War of Independence, and par-
ticularly with the campaign of 1813 in Texas. It contains, also,
a few pages of supplementary matter.
Such documents are always thankfully received and will be care-
fully preserved.

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