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Aberdeen, Lord, letters 50, 59, 94, 162,
165, 174, 189, 389, 399.
Acta Constitutiva, Sources of the Mex-
ican, 19-27.
Act to incorporate the Texas Mining
and Emigrating Company, 70.
Adams, Ephraim Douglass, British Cor-
respondence concerning Texas, 50-95,
154-193, 277-307, 381-403; elected
Fellow of the Texas State Historical
Association, 419.
Addington, H. A., letters, 159.
Affairs of the Association, 417.
Albright, George L., 416.
Allen, Ebenezer, characterization of, 89-
90, letters, 155.
Allen's Military School 'at Bastrop, 149.
Amory, Nathaniel, Texan Secretary of
legation at Washington, 251.
Amsler, Marcus, 28.
Anderson, August, book reviewed, 410.
Annexation, Texan attitude toward in
1845, 60-62, 67-69, 71-81, 160-161;
Convention called, 161, 171, 173, 181;
the Convention accepted annexation,
282, list of members with biographical
data, 303-305; opposition to annex-
ation, 386, 393, 395, 396, 397; politi-
tians anxious to claim credit for, 401.
Annexation of Texas, British desire to
prevent, see British mediation.
Annexation of Texas, influence on price
of slaves, 192.
Archer, Branch T., military plans, 400.
Arispe, Miguel Ramos, chief draftsman
of the Mexican Acta Constitutiva, 22,
sketch of, 26.
Atwood Marion John, The Sources of
the Mexican Acta Constitutiva, 19-
Austin, Stephen F., Recollections of,
Austin, Stephen F., early visions of the
Santa Fe-Chihuahua trade, 252; re-
lations with Anthony Butler, 370,
375; imprisonment in Mexico, 372-
375; called the "Duke," 375; his
death, 377-380; letters, 411.
Baker, Moseley, in the first Congress,
317, 320.

Bankhead, Charles, British minister to
Mexico, letters, 55, 157, 167, 187, 188.
Barker, Eugene C., Don Carlos Barrett,
139-145; book reviews, 198, 199, 308.
Barr, Robert, postmaster general, 107.
Barrett, D. C., report on postal system,
105; picture of, 417.
Bee, Barnard E., Texan minister to the
United States, effort to negotiate
commercial treaty with Spain, 250.
Ben Ash, Indian chief, 273.
Berleth, Rosa Groce, Jared Ellison
Groce, 358-368.
"Bernardo," Jared Groce's home, 360.
Birdsall, John, acting secretary of state
in Texas, 334.
Bolton, Herbert Eugene, Texas in the
Middle Eighteenth Century, review,
96; research lecture at University of
California, 415.
Book Reviews afid Notices: Texas in
the Middle Eighteenth Century (Bol-
ton), 96; Early Diplomatic Relations
between the United States and Mexi-
co (Manning), 194; Anglo American
Isthmian Diplomacy (Williams),
198; History of Arizona (Farish),
199; Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker
(Knox), Woodrow Wilson as Presi-
dent (Brooks), 201; Elisabet Ney,
Sculptor (Taylor), 308; Viajes de
Misioneros Franciscanos 4 la Con-
quista de Nuevo Mexico (Maas),
310; Historical Polk County (Hill,
Alexander et al.), 311; The Founding
of Spanish California (Chapman),
404; Governor's Messages, Coke to
Ross (Moreland), 406; San Antonio
de Bexar (Wright), 409; Brief His-
tory of Lower Rio Grande Valley
(Pierce), 410; Hyphenated (Ander-
son), 410; A Foundation Builder
(McArthur). 411.
Boundary of Texas, no basis for Rio
Grande claim, 176, 294; Houston ve-
toes claim to Pacific, 176.
Bourgeois, Alexandre d'Orvanne, con-
tract to introduce colony, 351; rela-
tions with Solms-Braunfels, 354.
Bowman, Lieutenant James M., escort
in Santa Fe trade, 246.


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