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INDEX TO VOLUME VIII.
Accessions to the Library .......................................91-93
Acufia, Juan de............... .............................. 338
Adoes, presidio at, 11, 33, 34, 37, 40, 45, 47, 61, 73-78, 287, 291; Mis-
sion at, 11, 31, 33, 35, 38, 61; Indians ...................... 65
Affairs of the Association..................................90, 196
Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, manuscript belong-
ing to . ........................................ 4
Aguayo, San Miguel de, Expedition to Texas, 31-36, 291-294, 329;
his Diario referred to, 32-34; Mission ...................... 35
Ahumada, presidio of (See San Augustin de Ahumada).
Ais, mission among the......11, 28, 38, 61 (see Nuestra Senora de
los Dolores de los Aais).
Alamazan, Juan Antonio Perez de ...........................343, 346
Alamo, fall of, 79; work of Daughters of the Republic in behalf of,
80-82; Alamo Monument, The .............................83-84
Alarc6n, Martin de, expedition to Texas ............. 28-31, 285-286, 291
Alcalde, 298, 303, 304, 305; powers .......................314-318, 349
Alcalde mayor provincial .......................322, 323, 324, 325, 349
Alcalde provincial ................ ..................... 321, 323
Alfdrez, real ............ ...............................321, 322
Alguacil Mayor, 299; functions ..........................318-319, 322
Almazan, San Fernando Perez de, governor of Texas .............. 36-37
Alorete, Jos6 Miguel.......................................... 140
Altamira, his Testimonio, 4-44, 72-78; auditor .................... 46-47
American Historical Review ................................193, 276
Amichel, province of......................................... . 199
Anahuac, disturbances .....................................145, 146
Anchoses, Indians.. ........................................ 46
Anglo-American Colonization of Texas....... ........ ..95-100, 138-144
Antofiita, Karankawa Chief . .................................... 134
Apaches.......36, 37, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 50, 52, 54, 58, 60, 65, 66
April 6, law of ................................ ..............140, 141
Arphebeque, Juan.. ....................... ................. 16
Arkansas Gazette.. ........................................ 272
Arrington, W. W ............................................ 148
Asinais, Indians . . ..........................................27, 283
Austin, Mattie Alice, 3, 7; article by ........ .................277-352
Austin, Moses ... ................ ...... ..................... 98
Austin, Stephen F., 98, 99; relations with DeWitt's Colony, 100-161,
passim; Explanation concerning the affairs of Texas, 232-258;
commissioner to Mexico, 246; imprisonment, 249, 251; corre-
spondence of . . .....................................255-258

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