The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 11, July 1907 - April, 1908 Page: 11
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General Austin's Order Book for Campaign of 1885.
8 It is ordered that no company shall consist of less than
thirty men or more than seventy (70)
9 It is ordered that evry volunteer in the army who may not
yet have attached himself to any company shall immediately enroll
himself in some one where he may bear his fair proportion of duty.
10 Ordered That evry company or division of the army on
the march keep the order assigned to it without deviating from
or leaving its position without special permission and no volunteer
shall leave the ranks without permission of the captain
S F Austin
Comr. in chief
Warren D C Hall,
Adjt and Inspr. Genl
Encampment of the Army of Texas.
West Bank of the Guadalupe
Octr 13, 1835
To Lieut. Colo. Burleson,
You will announce the election of John H. Moore Colo of the
Regiment, Edward Burleson Lieut Colo. and Alexander Somerville
Also the appointment of Patrick C. Jack Quarter Master General
Valentine Bennett1 Asst. Quarter Master
Wm. T Austin 2d Aid
Winm. H Wharton Esq. Judge Advocate
Warren D. C. Hall
Adjutant and Inspector Genl.
Camp Williams Octr. 14, 1835
You will take Command of the Spy Company-take the direc-
tion to Bejar-cross the Civola below the crossing, and if possible
make prisoners of the guard of Mexican Soldiers stationed at the
crossing. Should you Succeed in taking the guard you will Send
'Written in the margin opposite this and the two following names is the
note "(Recorded before)."
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