The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 32, July 1928 - April, 1929 Page: 351
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Diary of Adolphus Sterne
Jimpsey from Red River, and three Mexicans passed by Joseph
Dursts. where James Durst joined us & one Mexican- went to
Bradshaws, and campt for the night 23 miles
Fryday December 3d fair Cold weather left very early in the
morning, passed by Masters's & Crockett. Ned Roberts trial going
on for Murder- Mistrial- went to Collin Alldridges Staid all
night 40 miles.
Saturday December 4th left very early weather very fine bor-
rowed a double Barrelled gun of C. Alldridge, to go trough the
upper Route. Arrived on the Banks of the Trinity opposite Bose-
man's Ferry at 12 noon Camped here to wait for Judge G. W.
Terrill and Col Leonard Williams who will go on with us- Mr
Jimpsey left us to go the lower Route- 17 miles
Sunday the 5th very fine weather, many Thousands of Thou-
sands wild Pidgeons flew over Our Encampment last Eve-
ning & this Morning, two of the Pack mules got away last night,
did not get them till late this afternoon, Judge Terrill and Col
Williams joined us this afternoon several gentleman from Red
River Counties passed to day to go on to Austin, We crossed the
River and Camped for the night on the west Bank having only
traveled One mile
Monday the 6th very fine weather had a good nights rest left
at 7 A. M. dined at Bob Rodgers's and camped for the night on
the west Bank of the Nava Soto 39 miles
Tuesday the 7th left at 7 A. M1V. passed trough Tinnensville to
Cedar Creek 8 miles. Crossed the Brassos at Nashville, and
camped a mile below Town- 39 miles-
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