The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 11, July 1907 - April, 1908 Page: 30
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30 Texas Htistorical Association Quarterly.
ever the joint obligation of myself and many others which I have
no doubt will be received by the mayor domo of the Missions, in
the room of money in hand. You giving him a certificate or re-
ceipt for every thing you get. In the event this arrangement will
not satisfy him there is no resource left but to follow the Law of
necessity, and take what you want, taking care however to present
an exact account of every thing which you will present to the Adjt.
as a Voucher which he may hereafter use.
S F Austin
Warren D C Hall
Head Quarters Camp Salado Octr 25 1835
Dr. Asa Hoxey is hereby released from the order to attend in
person to bringing out the Cannon etc and he is authorized to
appoint another in his place so that he can attend the General
Consultation of which he is a member
S F. Austin
Comr. in chief
Camp Selado 26th October 1835
A company of horse will be organized by Col Moore to be formed
by those who have double barrel shot guns and pistols
Signed S F Austin
'To Col John H Moore Commr. in Chief.
W D C Hall
Adjutant and Insptr. Genl
Camp Selado Octr 26 1835
The troops who are coming on will turn off the road at the
Sivolo and march to the Mission of Espada below Bexar. Orders
have been given to blaize out a way for this purpose-a guard has
'been detailed at Civolo, to direct those who come on. They Should
leave the Civolo in bodies and organized and keep their horses
secure at night, and a strict guard. The officer will send on an
Express, when he gets near the Missions to inform me of the ap-
proach of any troops. The Nacogdoches troops are ordered to fur-
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