The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 21, July 1917 - April, 1918 Page: 429

INDEX TO VOLUME XXI

Aberdeen, Earl of, letters, 201-203.
Adaes, capital of Texas, 148.
Adams, E. D., British Correspondence
Concerning Texas, 69-98, 185-213.
Advocate of the People's Rights, 135,
139.
Aitkin, John, 13-6.
Alcalde, duties of, 245-246, 249-250.
Aldasoro, Ambrosio Maria .de, 225.
Alexander, Robert, 41.
Alleorn, John, 408, 410.
Allen, Martin, 408, 410, 416, 417.
Allen, 'Miles N., 408, 410.
Allen, Henry WV., 66, 68.
Allen, John W., 41.
Allen, 'Oliver H., 139.
Alley, Rawson, 244, 247, 299, 302-308,
325, 32,6.
Alley, Thomas, 408, 410.
Allston, B., 334.
Alsberry, William W., 408.
Andrews, John, 299.
Annexation, effect on customs duties,
85-86; vote on, 86-88, 89, 90-92; loss
,and gain by, 104.
Anthony, D. W., 135, 137, 138, 139.
Archives of OCalifornia, 148-1-49; of New
Mexico, 1.48; of 'Texas, 148.
Archivo General .de Indias, by Charles
E. Chapman, 145-155.
Arredondo, Joaquin de, 223-225, 226.
Ashbridge [Asbridge], , 127.
Austin, Brown, 1130.
Austin, James B., 128.
Austin, John, 228.
Austin, Mboses, 223, 22'5.
Austin, Stephen F., 128, 129, 134, 218,
299-306, 308, 310, 331, 397, 406, 410-
412; authority to govern his colony,
225-252.
Austin, William G., 68.
Austin's Colony, population in 1826,
128; in 1829, 4114; newspapers, 128-
12l9, 130-135; land system, 2.33-242;
government of, 2213-252; "Old Three
Hundred," 230; judicial procedure in,
249-250; Minutes of the Ayuntamiento
of San Felipe, 299-326, 395-423; taxes,
400-403; school, 40'5, 411, 412.
Autry, James L., 426.
Ayuntamiento, functions of, 300-302; of
San Felipe, 244-252; minutes of, 299-
326, 395-423.
Bailey, Gains, 409.

Bailey, James B., 409, 410.
Baker, Joseph, 1141, 1,42, 143.
Baker, W. C. W., 41.
Barker, Eugene C., Notes on Early Tea
as Newspapers, 1819-1886, 127-144;
The Government of Austin's Colony,
223-252; Minutes of the Ayuntamiento
of San Felipe de Austin, 1828-1832,
099-326, 395-423.
Barnett, Thomas, 299, 303.
Barton, William, poem, 17,1-172.
Bastrop, 'Baron de, 236, 239, 242.
Bell, Josiah H., 129, 228, 2:34, 244, 302,
305.
Benton, Thomas H., 72, 74-76.
Berimendi, Juan Martin de, 410.
Best, !Isaac, 407.
Bigelow, Horatio, 127.
Bigham, Francis, 236.
Blair, W. B., 334.
Bledsoe, Jesse, 39.
Blockade runners, '353, 424.
Bloodgood, 'William, 4018.
Bohemians in Texas, 218.
Boimare, A. L., 425.
Bolton, Herbert E., 103, 104, 145, 149,
220, 331, 332, 391.
Bonhan, Mf. L., 426.
Book Reviews and Notices: Single Tax
Movement in the United States
(Young), 99; Our Hispanic South-
west (Peixotto), 100; Jose de Galve,
Visitor General of New Spain (Priest-
ly), 214; Early History of Cuba, 1492-
1586 (Wright), 327; Chronicles of
Cape Fear River, 1660-1916 (Sprunt),
424.
Borden, Gail, 141, 142.
Borden, John P., 141.
Borden, Thomas H., 141, 142, 408, 416,
419.
Botts, Benjamin A., 345.
Bowman, John, 409.
Bravo, Nicholas, 227.
Brazos Planter, 385.
Breece, Thomas H., 36.
Briggs, Lawrence P., 391, 392.
British Correspondence Concerning Tex-
as, '69-98, 185-21,3.
Broadwell, W. A., 348, 352.
Brown, John Henry, 38'5, 386.
Brusle, Charles C., 68.
Bryan, Beauregard, 427.
Bryan, Guy M., 130, 280, 284, 350, 357.
Bryan, W. Jack, 103.

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