The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 11, July 1907 - April, 1908 Page: 19
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General Austin's Order Book for Campaign of 1885.
Corn in chief to march the army from this point with as much
promptness as he may deem expedient.
S F Austin.
Head Quarters on the Salado
20th Octr. 1835
To all the Volunteers on the road,
The army took up this position early this morning. The ene-
mies outposts retired before our spies and advance without
loss on either side. This position is within less than five miles
of Bejar. The enemies out posts are in sight on the top of the
hill between this and Bejar. The reinforcements are specially or-
dered to push on by forced Marches-on this side of the Civolo
they ought to march in companies of not less than ten or fifteen.
It is particularly enjoined on all the Volunteers who arrive at
Gonzales to furnish a guard for the beeves that Mr Kerit or Mr.
Fuqua are bringing on.
S F. Austin
By order Comr in chief
Warren D C Hall
Head Quaters Camp Celado
21st Octr. 1835
To The Commandant of Goliad
You will deliver to Lieut. Randon twenty packs flour in your
possession, or which can be had from the public stores, and in the
event of there not being a sufficient quantity in the public stores
you will procure it from individuals. You will also deliver to
him two packs of Sugar and Coffee and seven kegs of powder if
to be had and if that quantity can not be procured as much as
Camp Espada 27th Octr, 1835
The guard will be detailed and ordered to parade evry morning
at nine o'clock.
The commandant of each company is positively ordered to
turn out the officers and non commd officers and men detailed from
their respective companies and have them marched to the place
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