The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 11, July 1907 - April, 1908 Page: 46
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Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
tance of this measure and that all waste of corn or of beef be
carefully guarded against and prevented. The genl. order of
yesterday positively prohibits any one from killing a beef without
special order from the Quarter master. You will see that this order
is attended to, and also that no more beeves are killed than are
needed dayly for use, and that there is no waste. You will apply
to the adjt. Genl. in writing for the details of men, needed to
gather corn, or for other purposes. I rely on your zeal and activity
to discharge your duty promptly and dilligently.
The men who are detailed by the captains of companies to bring
in corn untill it can be hauled will go to the fields on the east side
of the river, and will not touch any of thecorn on the west side.
S. F. Austin
Camp above Bexar Nov 17th 1835
To Genl S F Austin Commander
in chief of the Army of Texas
Having arrived at this place on yesterday with nineteen men,
I beg leave hereby to report myself and company to you and to be
considered as attached permanently to your Army.
Enclosed is a list of the names of the members of my Company
Very Respectfully etc
Capt. D. Garner
Wm. H Green Patin Blan
John Willis John Choat
Michael Green Henry Garms
Jacob Garner John Haines
Wm Ashworth George Ivens
Uriah Harris Charles Cronia
John P Wallis Joseph Richey
John Dulin Solomon Cole
The above is a correct Copy of the original this day filed by me
Wm. T. Austin
Aid de Camp
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