The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 11, July 1907 - April, 1908 Page: 8
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Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
are expected by us; so that a reinforcement from that quarter is
(Signed [) ] S F Austin Commander
To the Committee of Safety
Head Quarters West Bank Guadalupe
Octr 13, 1835
To the Commander [sic] of Safety
Dr. James B. Miller will deliver to you three officers taken pris-
oners at Goliad by Captn. Collinsworth. They are Colo. Francisco
Sandoval, Captn. Manuel Savariego, and Ensign Antonio Garza.
I wish them treated as Gentlemen and that their situation should
be made as agreeable and comfortable as possible.
For which purpose I wish them placed under the charge of
Governor Zavala should he be at my house, and if not, under that
of Mr. Spencer Jack until Mr. Zavala arrives. On their parole of
honor, given in writing-the liberty of the town might be given
(Signed) S, F. Austin
P. S. Captn. Manuel Savariego (who is married to a Texas Lady
of Goliad, and who is known to be a man of liberal sentiments
and agrees with us in the Cause for which we are fighting and has
formerly on one occasion pronounced in favor of Federalism,1 has
been in Consequence of the situation of his family at Goliad, been
permitted to return there on his parol of honor.
S F. A.
Head Quarters, West Bank
Guadalupe Octr 13 1835
To the Committee of Safety,
It has been deemed best on Consultation to let Captn Manuel
Savariego at liberty, on his parole of honor but he is sent on to
S Felipe, that he may have an opportunity to talk with Mr. Zavala
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