The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 42, July 1938 - April, 1939 Page: 25
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Gaceta de Texas: Translation of First Number
by the American navy. Providence does not cease to show us
clearly and distinctly that already weary of suffering the crimes
and degradation to which the European nations have come, it has
turned its eyes from them to fix them benevolently upon our
ORLEANS, APRIL 26
By the gazette entitled "Orleans Gazette and Commercial Ad-
vertiser" we have just learned the important news of the capture
of Mobile by the meritorious general Wilkinson. Said post sur-
rendered to the troops of the United States without the slightest
resistance. This important event gives us occasion to believe, that
the war between the dying government of Cadiz and the United
States will be inevitable; and in this case the Americans will do
no less than to openly support our cause.
By private letters that we have just received we know that
the inhabitants of said city have arisen against the c6rtes and the
English army; and although in appearances everything had been
pacified, the hatred and discontent against the government and
its sham allies exists in the highest degree.
UNITED STATES OF MEXICO
The governing assembly of this town has issued the following
Welfare, Strength, and Union.
In virtue of the orders with which . . . town at two o'clock
today, to proceed to the formation of the stated company.
The assembly in the name of the Republic, holds responsible
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