The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 11, July 1907 - April, 1908 Page: 44
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Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
[the] Medina. All the reports except this one brought by Badilla
say that the reinforcements are near.
S. F. Austin.
16th Novr 1835
In consequence of Capt. Scott having been appointed Forage and
Waggon Master 1Duncan was elect[ed] Capt of the Staff Guard
at an election held by said company this day.
Head Quarters. Mill Station
above Bexar 16th Novr 1835
The Captain or commandant of each company is particularly and
positively ordered to prevent any of the men of their respective
companies from shooting in the lines or out of them without per-
mission and to send to the guard fire any person who violates this
order, and also to prevent gambling or any noisy or disorderly con-
duct in their companies in compliance with the general orders on
The said captains or commandants are also ordered to direct
their men to tie up and secure their horses evry night as informa-
tion has been given that small parties have been organized in
Bexar to go out on foot evry night and steal them. Should the
men lose their horses after receiving this caution it will be their
It is positively prohibited that any person kill a beef except by
special order of the Quarter Master.
S. F. Austin
F. W. Johnson
Adjt. and Inspct. Gen.
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