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INDEX TO VOLUME XVI

Abad de Jesuis Maria, Josef, see
Jesis Maria, Josef Abad de, 358,
363-4, 371.
Aberdeen, George Gordon, Fourth
Earl of, 87, 91, 97-8, 198-9; letters,
75, 85, 307-8, 312-16; letters to,
81-5, 91-2, 184-9, 197, 200, 204-6,
291-6, 300-1, 308-12, 423-9; re-
fuses joint mediation, 93 note 1.
Abolition of slavery in Texas, 78-80,
93-4, 202-3, 324-5.
Acevedo, Antonio (Fray), 19, 21.
Los Adaes, mission, 374; presidio,
348, 360; settlement, 347, 350,
368.
Adam, Charles (Sir), 297.
Adams, Ephraim Douglass, 110;
Correspondence from the British
Archives concerning Texas, 75-98,
184-213, 291-327, 423-9.
Adams, John Quincy, efforts to buy
Texas, 383.
Addington, Henry Unwin, letters to,
76-81, 85-98, 200-4, 206-7.
Addison, - , 56 note 5.
Adriatic (steamboat), 43 note 3.
Agdocas, see Deadoses, 343, 345-6.
Agency, Texan, in New Orleans, 50,
110-11.
Agramontes, Francisco de, 271-2.
Agreda, Maria de Jesfs de, 2, 8, 11,
22.
Aijados Indians, 6, 9-10, 17, 22-3,
216.
Ais Indians, 4; mission, 357.
Ajusco (pueblo, New Mexico), 148.
AlamAn, Lucas, support of Teran,
402, 404; connection with the de-
cree of 'Apr. 6, 1830, 406, 417-18,
421-2; report (comment, extracts),
413; Iniciativa ... Feb., 1880 (ex-
tracts), 389-90, 393; comment,
414-15, 417-18; letter (extract),
414.
Alamillo (pueblo, New Mexico),
162-3, 165-6; Indians, 268.
Alamo, victims, 34, 53, 279, 437.
Alarc6n, Hernando de, 65.
Allen, Eliza, see Houston, Eliza
Allen, 116-18.
Allen's Military Academy (Bastrop),
123, 132.
Almad6n (villa, now Monclova),
founding, 12.
Los Almagres, mineral vein, 359.

Almonte, Juan Nepomuceno, 87, 121.
Altamira, Marqu6s de, 353.
El Alto, 138, 140.
Altsheler, Joseph, 437.
Alvarez Barreyto, Francisco, see
Barreyto, Francisco Alvarez, 340.
Alvigu, Antonio de (Capt.), 142
note 2.
Amazons, Isle of, 1.
Amichel, 3.
Amundsen, Roald, voyage, 71.
Anahuac, disturbances, 1885, 425.
Anaya, Crist6bal de, 161 note 4;
pass, 157-8; estancia, 162 note 4.
Anaya, Francisco de (Capt.), 265.
Anderson; Washington, 280.
Andrews, Stephen Pearl, 202-3.
Annexation of Texas, 191, 198-9,
206-7; attitude of slave and free
states, 93; House resolution, Dec.
20, 1842, comment, 98; growing
sentiment for, 206; Houston's atti-
tude toward, 322-4.
Anson, George (Lord), 68; voyage,
71.
Antonio (Bidai chief), 351.
Antonio (Tewa Indian), 156-7.
Antony, Edwin Leroy, death, 439.
Anza, Juan Bautista de, 432.
Apache Indians, 139, 142, 147-8;
ravages upon Piro pueblos, 268;
call for help against, 377.
Apoth-la-a-hoo-lah (Cherokee), 124.
The Approaches to California (Teg-
gart), 63-74.
Archer, Branch Tanner, 130, 278,
281; services as commissioner,
38-9.
Archive War, 130.
Aristorena, Bernadino (Father), 372.
Arkokisa, see Orcoquisac.
Arlegui, - , 148 note 3.
Arnold,- (Maj.), 120.
Arteaga, - , voyage, 68.
Asinai, Assinais, see Hasinai, 24-5,
375.
Asp of Baltimore, see San Jacinto.
El Atascosito, proposed as mission
site, 361-4, 366, 371.
Atrevida (Spanish ship), 68.
Attacapa Indians, 345, 349, 366-8,
370, 371-3.
Auditorial Board, Report, 1867 (syn-
opsis), 173-5; 1871 (extract), 178.
Austin, Henrietta, 41 note 1.

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