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General Austin's Order Book for Campaign of 1885.

well affected to our cause and will probably be ready, when occa-
sion offers, to render us essential aid.
The army is in high spirits and eager to advance, but are at
the same time not disposed to act precipitately or rashly.
It is confidently expected that we shall be able to act conclusively
within a very few days.
S F Austin
Warren D C Hall Com. in chief
Adj't and Inspr. Genl.
P. S Since the taking of Labahia the enemy has been busily
engaged in fortifying S Antonio, barracading the streets, placing
cannon on the top of the church cutting down trees, and in evry
way exerting themselves to make a vigorous defense.
The Committee are required to furnish every facility to Doctr.
Hoxy in the discharge of his duty by pressing horses wagons and
whatever else may be necessary for the object in view.
8. F. Austin
By order Comr. in chief
Warren D C. Hall
Adjt and Insp. Genl.
Head Quarters,
Camp Sevolo Octr. 19, 1835
Doctr. Asa Hoxy is hereby detailed and ordered to return to the
Colony for the purpose of taking measures to bring on to the
Army with all possible dispatch the Cannon and amunition that
it is believed may be now on the way, and as much more of the
latter for Cannon as can be possibly procured. He is required to
accelerate their progress by all the means in his power and to
effect this object, he is authorized to hire or press horses waggons
and whatever else may be necessary.
S F Austin
By order Comr. in chief
Warren D C Hall
Adjt. and Inspr. Genl
Head Quarters Camp Sevolo Octr 18, 1835
At a Council of War held at this point consisting of Genl S F.
Austin Commander in chief, Col Warren D C Hall Adjutant and

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