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Del Norte Land Company, 260.
"Demoorat," who was he? by E. W.
Donelson's Mission to Texas in Behalf
of Annexation, by Annie Middleton,
Donelson, Andrew Jackson, sketch of,
252; instructions, 251; first overtures
to Texas, 255; report to Calhoun,
259; Tyler's account of his appoint-
ment, 264; instructions concerning
joint resolution, 265; advises Jones
to call convention, 279.
Dryden, William G., reports conditions
in Santa Fe, 95; appointed commis-
sioner to Santa Fe, 100.
Dunn, William E., Book review, 83;
news note, 326.
Dyer, J. 0., 167.
Eaton, Benjamin, 157.
Election districts and officers, 161.
Elliot, Captain Charles, argument
against annexation of Texas, 269; in-
tervention with Mexico, 270, 285; re-
ports Jones's attitude toward annexa-
Erath, George B., battle with Indians,
Farley, Mrs. Forest H., gift of historical
material to University of Texas, 325.
Farley, L. F., 157, 158.
Faulkenberry, David, 44.
Fields, Richard, speech to Cherokees, 62.
Flores, Manuel, insurrection, 76-78.
Forbes, John, Indian commissioner, 43.
Franco-Texienne Land Bill, 97.
Fryar, D. B., 42.
Gadsden Treaty, A Ray of Light on,
Gaines, E. P., occupation of Nacogdoches
in 1836, 293.
Galveston, mass meeting favoring an-
Garrett, Jacob, Indian commissioner, 41.
Gay, Thomas, 155.
Gonzales, J. M., 130.
Grayson. Peter W., 248.
Green, Duff, consul at Galveston, in-
sults President Jones, 260.
Green, Patrick, 157.
Greenwood. Garrison, 42.
Gresham, Walter, 243.
Grimes, Jesse, 162.
Gulick, Charles, edits Lanmar Papers,
Haddy, Samuel C., 160.
Hamilton, James, services to Texas, 123,
Hamilton, Robert, 248.
Hastings, Frank S., 243.
Hatcher, Mattie Austin, The Louisiana
Background of the Colonizatson of
Texas, 1763-1803, 169-194.
Hayes Administration and Mexico, by
W. R. Lewis, 140-153.
Henderson, J. Pinckney, diplomatic
services in England and France, 219-
223; in Mexican War, 319.
Henderson, J. W., 320.
Hood, Joseph L., Indian commissioner,
Horton, A. C., 45; instructed to mark
boundary between Cherokees and
Hotchkiss, Archibald, writes Lamar
about Cherokees, 72.
Houston, Sam, Commissioner to the
Indians, 43; Indian policy, 44-51;
letter to Bowl, 69; supports Franco-
Texienne bill, 98; portrait by Sey-
mour Thomas presented to city of
Houston, 243; attitude toward an-
nexation, 255, 257, 267; suggests sub-
stitute for the joint resolution, 274;
Houston, mass meeting favoring annexa-
Houston, Felix, defeats Indians at
Plum Creek, 56.
Howard, R., 18.
Howe, Mrs. Jessie Briscol, 168.
Hunt, Memucan, attorney for creditors
of Texas, 23; negotiations for annexa-
tion of Texas to United States, 249;
Indians, review of relations with, 39-
57; Permanent Council treats with
them, 41; policy of the Consultation,
43; murders, 44-47; Houston's atti-
tude, 44-51; Lamar's policy, 51.
Jackson, Andrew, opinion of the Santa
Fe expedition, 115; letters in Uni-
versity of Texas, 325.
Jernigham, Henry, proposes colony of
English Catholics in Louisiana, 170.
Jones, Anson, attitude toward annexa-
tion, 257, 267; calls convention, 279-
282; letter to Hamilton Stuart, 283;
explanation of negotiations with Mex-
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