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INDEX TO VOLUME XIX

Aberdeen, George Gordon, Fourth Earl
of, letters to, 91-99, 195-206, 283-312,
405-15; attitude toward Mexican rec-
ognition of Texan independence,
415-18.
Adams, Ephraim Douglas, British cor-
respovndcnce concerning Texas, 91-99,
195-206, 283-312, 405-439.
Administrative Problems of the Con-
federate Postoffice Department (Gar-
rison), 111-41, 232-50.
Affairs of the Association, 445.
Afleck, Thomas, 162.
Aguayo, .Ma1qus de San Miguel de,
340-43, 347.
Albert Gallatin (mail steam packet),
49.
Allen, Augustus C., 44, 48, 59.
Allen, George, 43, 44.
Allen, Henry R., 51, 53, 57.
Allen, John K., 37-41, 59.
Allen, Samuel L., 59.
Allen, William Young (Rev.), 14, 169.
Alta California Supply Ships, 1773-76
(Chapman), 184-94.
Andrews, John D., 43, 44, 57, 58.
Annexation, action regarding, in Hous-
ton, 54-56; British correspondence
concerning, 91-098, 196, 283-86, 297,
301-303, 311-12, 405-18.
Archer, Branch T., 273, 274.
Archsevque, Jean de, 327, note 10,
367-68.
Austin, Elizlbeth E. (Mrs. John), 38.
Austin College (Huntsville), 167, 175-
83.
Babwell, D. W., 57.
Bachelder, H. S., 58.
Baegert, John Jacob, 105-107.
Bagby, Thomas M., 54, 59.
Bailey, James, 54, 58.
Baird, James, 254, 256-60.
Baker, Daniel (Rev.), 167, 172; letters,
175-78, 180-82.
Baldwin. Horace, 54, 58, 59.
Baptist Church in Houston, 44.
Barker, Eugene Campbell, 279-82, book
reviews, 100-105, 279, 314-15, 443,
446.
Barroto, Juan Enriquez, 327, note 10,
330, 336-38, 347, 350, 354.
Baylor, George Wythe, 445.

Baylor, lo0bert Emn.ct Bledsoe, 162.
Baylor University (Independence), 166.
Beale, G. E. J., 380.
Beaujeau, - (Capt.), 350.
Bergen, J. W., 57.
Bigelow, Charles, 57.
Birdsall, John, 44.
Birdeall, Maurice L. (Dr.), 39, 47.
Bolton, Herbert Eugene (Dr.), Loca-
Ilon of La Salle's Colony, 211, 323,
367; Texas sn the Middle Eighteenth
Cen llry, 320; Beginnings of Mission
Nuestra Segora del Refugio, 400-404;
Spanish Exploration in the South-
west, 441.
Bonal, Buenaventura (Fray), 357.
Book Reviews and Notices: History
of the Western Boundary of the Lou-
isiana Purchase (Marshall), Politi-
cal Shame of Mexico (Bell), Nach-
rschten (Baegert), Reisse-Skizzen
(Moelling), 100-109; American in
I'erment (Haworth), Studies in
Southern History and Politics (Gar-
ner), History and Geography of
Texas as Told in County Names
(Fulmore), 207-11; Riverside His-
tory of the United States (Dodd),
HUstory and Geography of Texas
. . . (Fulmore), Davy Crockett
(Sprague), Martin Ruter (Smith),
Texas Governors' Wives (Jackson),
Texas in the Middle 18th Century
(Bolton), Famous Living Americans
(Webb), 313-21; Education of the
Negro prior to 1861 (Woodson),
440.
Borden, Gail, 38, 41.
Borden, Thomas H., 38, 41.
Bowen, Charles, 58.
Bowman, Charles, 58.
Boyce, Robert P., 58, 59.
Brashear, Isaac Wright, 54, 59.
Brenham, history of, by R. E. Pen-
nington, 441; Banner Press of, 442.
Brewer, T. Francis, 51.
Brewster, H. P., 111.
Brigant, Nicolas, 343.
Brigham, Asa, 57.
Bringhurst, George H., 54, 57, 59.
Brisco, Andrew, 47.
British correspondence concerning Texas
(Adams), 91-99, 195-206, 283-312.

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