The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 39, July 1935 - April, 1936 Page: 332
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332 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
troops with which to form even a party of fifty men. To this
must be added the necessity of guarding (and that, too, with no
small number) the people who go out to get sand, to haul lime,
and to cut wood for the necessary construction. Therefore I must
have the number of troops I asked you for on June 23 last, in
my letter No. 14, for, although I am not ignorant of the many
grave duties that must occupy your attention at this time, I hope
you will do me the justice to realize that my petitions are born
of my desires to place this province in the best possible condition,
if not in a flourishing state.
July 12, 1817.
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