The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 11, July 1907 - April, 1908 Page: 16
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16 Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
Head Quarters of the Federal Army of Texas
Camp on the Civola Octr 18 1835
Major William H. Jack is hereby appointed Brigade Inspector
of the Federal Army of Texas. The troops will hold themselves in
readiness to march at a moment's warning to meet the enemy.
Stephen F. Austin
Com. in chief
David B Macomb, Federal Army of Tex.
Asst Adj. and Inspectr Genl
Federal Army of Texas
Head Quarters Fed Army
Camp on the Civolo October 18 1835
The Companies commanded by Captains Faning Hall Goheen,
and Robinson will hold themselves in readiness to march under the
immediate command of Col Moore in fifteen minutes. The men
belonging to he above named companies who are now on guard
will report hemselves to their respective commanders forth with.
Stephen F. Austin
David B Macomb Com. in Chief.
Asst Adjt and Inspr. Genl
Head Quarters, Camp Sevolo Octr. 19, 1835
To the Council of Safety etc
The Army will take up the line of march from this point to-
morrow morning and move toward Bejar as far as the Salado
which is within five miles of the town.
There it will take a secure position to await further reinforce-
ments and to effect other important objects of observation on the
movements of the enemy and of annoyance to their scouting par-
ties etc. It is now well ascertained that the people of the town are
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