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INDEX TO VOLUME XVIII

Aberdeen, George Gordon, Fourth Earl
of, letters to. 83-92, 95-108, 305-7,
309-11, 313-16, 320-6, 410-17.
Abolitionists, in Texas, 162-5, 175-8.
Adams, Ephram Douglas, British cor-
respondence concerning Texas, 83-
108, 208-14, 305-26, 410-17.
Adams, Werry B., 404.
Addington, Henry Unwin, letters to,
307-9.
Adkins family, 206.
Adriance, John, 378.
Alamo, New York victims, 377.
Alexander, Robert (Rev.), 291.
Allen, - (Capt.), 378.
Allen, (Rev.), 291.
Allen, Sam, 205.
Allen, William Young (Rev.), Remin-
iscences of Texas, 1838-42, 287-304.
Almonte, Juan Nepomuceno (Col.),
26, 32, 121, 280, 324.
Alvarado, Juan B., 18, 134.
Anahuac, Disturbances at, 18328, 261;
1835, 261-5.
Anderson, Kenneth L., 308-9.
Annexation of California to the United
States, early sentiment for, 1-40,
121-61, 231-60; to Texas, 17, note
53, 144-5, 147, 249.
Annexation of Texas, in relation to
Californian independence, 37-8, 233;
in relation to slavery, 43; in rela-
tion to annexation to California,
249-50; Southern opposition to, 74-
82; Clay's attitude toward, 89-91;
resolution for, 18 11, comment, 92;
bearing of U. S., Mexican claims
upon, 96; Houston's attitude, 99,
104-8, 324-5, 412-15; rumors regard-
ing, 99, 101-2; bearing upon Mexi-
can-Texan peace negotiations, 103-5,
208-14, 311, 412-15; Hockley and
Williams's attitude toward, 412-14;
Indian union against, 305-6; Jack-

son's relation to, 310-11; attitude of
Texans, 1844, 310, 312; of European
residents, 1844, 312; of New York
papers, 384-5; treaty, details, 313-
14; conditions, 343-4; in relation to
slavery, 368.
Archer, Branch Tanner (Dr.), 376;
profanity, 01.
Armstrong, Robert, 243.
Austin, H., 4u7.
Austin, John, 198.
Austin, Moses, 199.
Austin, Stephen Fuller, 42, 198, 274,
376-7, 401, 405; letter to, 74; col-
ony, 195-207.
Austin (city), first Presbyterian
church, 301.
Austin (Texan vessel), 84.
Baker, Daniel (Rev. Dr.), 288.
Baker, Joseph, 279, note 18.
Baker, Moseley, 287, 293.
Baker, William R., 403, 408, note 9.
Baldwin, Harvey, 25.
Barker, Eugene Campbell, book re-
views, 109-12, 335.
Barkley, William C., letter, 374-5.
Barrett, J. R., 355, 358, note 46.
Bartleson, - , 26, 122, 136.
Bastrop, Baron de, 197.
Batterson, Isaac, 282, 403.
Batterson, Jesse, 277.
Battle, M. M., 403.
Baylor, Robert Emmet Bledsoe, 393.
Baylor University defence, 1860, 178.
Bear Flag Resolution, 155-60.
Beasley, W., 404.
Beginnings of the Secession Movement
in Texas (Sandbo), 41-73.
Beldin, John, 377.
Bell, - , 205.
Bell, 'Inomas, 198, 273.
Bellew, Page, 198.
Bennet, --, 207.

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