The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 32, July 1928 - April, 1929 Page: 151
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Journal of Ammon Underwood, 184-188
spent about ten days in New Orleans we sailed and arrived in the
Brazos on the 17 Dec
Met with Mr R M Forbs who furnished me a horse and I arrived
at the residence of my partner opposite the town of Columbia on
the Brazos on the evening of the 20 December
Much Gratitude is due from me to my friend and partner and
his most Excelent Lady for their kind Care and attention to me
during my Sickness in Sept last
Had I been with my dear mother Sister and brothers I could
have scarcely expected or received more constant or carefull atten-
tion than was extended to me by these most amiable and hospitable
and by me never to be forgotten Frends.
1838 Feb 7th Throughout our country all is quiet but the
times are exceedingly hard and money Verry Scarce. I hope in
[the] course of the present year to be enable to steal sufficient time
to visit my dear mother and connections in Massachusetts
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