The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 11, July 1907 - April, 1908 Page: 15
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General Austin's Order Book for Campaign of 1885.
Por el oficio que va con esta, he manifestado a V. que deseo
enviar un official con una bandera, para llevar una communicacion
a V. sobre las desgraciadas desavenencias que existan en Texas.
No puedo dudar asi se abrira el paso para el arreglo de todas
las cosas de Texas satisfactoriamte. Este es mi deseo y con-
tribuyer6 al logro d'e tan importante objeto, en quanto me
permetera mi deber. Esperando que me contestara manafia quedo
de V. el atento servidor.
S F Austin.
Head Quarters of the Army of Texas
Camp at the Civolo
October 18th, 1835
Doctor William D.1 Smith is hereby appointed Surgeon of
the Army. He will appoint as many assistants as he may deem
necessary. The Captains of each company will report o he Surgeon
of the army all their sick and no one will be exempt from duty
without a certificate from the surgeon or one of his Assistants.
Stephen F. Austin
David B. Macomb Com. in Chief
Assist Adjt and Inspr. Genl. Army of Texas.
Head Quarters Federal Army of Texas.
Camp on the Civolo October 18th 1835
The Captains of each company will furnish to. the Adjutant
and Inspector General of the Army a roster or muster roll of all
his rank and file, to be then deposited as an archive by which
to ascertain the names of all those who fought for the constitution
in its most trying hour.
Stephen F Austin
David B Macomb Com. in chief
Asst Adjt and Inspctor Genl
Federal Army of Texas
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