The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 12, July 1908 - April, 1909 Page: 248
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248 Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
given you facts, judge for yourselves. I wish a copy of this letter
sent immediately to Capt. Baily Anderson and Col. A. S. Sublett,
and publicly read in St. Augustine. Travis closes his last ex-
presses with these words, "Help, 0 my country."
Martin Palmer [Parmer].
To the Committee of Vigilance and Safety,'
San Augustine, Texas.
1The letter originally written to Mrs. Parmer was no doubt sent to St.
Augustine to be publicly read, as he requested, hence this inscription.
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