The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 11, July 1907 - April, 1908 Page: 20
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where the guard parades precisely at nine oclock A. M. and report
them to [the] Adjutant.
The adjutant of the regiment is positively ordered to parade
the guard call the roll and deliver them to the officer of the day
precisely at 9 o'clock A. M. He will then report to the adjt genl
receive the countersign and instruction He will then post the
guard accompanied by the officer of the day. He will then dismiss
Head Quaters Camp Celado
21st. Octr. 1835
To, the Commandant of Goliad
The operations against Bexar will prevent any movements of
the enemy against Goliad. You will therefore furnish any
[an] ample and strong detachment to Lieut. Randon to convey
[convoy( ?)] the provisions etc under his charge. You will also
send one or both of the cannon that are mounted for field service
together with a sufficiency of ammunition. You will procure mules
horses or oxen to bring the cannon. It is considered that twenty
men besides the citizens, will be amply sufficient to retain posses-
sion of that place, that all the balance of that garrison can join
the army before Bexar.2 'This will be your authority to press
wagons oxen mules horses or whatever may be necessary to effect
the object of this order and of the other of this date relative to
Flour and other articles embraced in it to be delivered to Lieut.
Head Quarters Camp Salado
To the Commandant at Goliad,
Octr 22, 1835
You will with as little delay as possible despatch to this point
one hundred barrels of flour six boxes of sugar-six sacks of Coffee--
2 barrels of wine and one of Rum or brandy and seven kegs of
powder, and 300 lbs. tobacco, and for this purpose you will Con-
tract for Carts waggons oxen mules horses or whatever else may
be necessary to transport the aforementioned articles to this place.
'This paragraph was written twice in slightly different form and deleted
before it finally took that in which it is given here.
<Opposite this sentence in the margin is written the word "Canceled."
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