The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 52, July 1948 - April, 1949 Page: 70
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Circular -. San Antonio, July 21, 1862. [Publishes circular of
Adjutant 8e Inspector General's office, dated Richmond, June 3, 1862,
re dress and conduct of officers in action.] [San Antonio ?] 1862.
Broadside. I p. 12.5 x 21 cm. (8 x 9.2 cm.) 1729
Special orders, no. 6. Houston, July -, 1862. [Col. X. B. DeBray
assigned to command military sub-district of Houston.] 1730o*
Not seen; cited in Official Records, I, v. 9, p. 721.
C. S. A. Army. District of Texas and Arizona (Brig. Gen. P. O. Hebert
commanding, August 20o-November 29, 1862).
General orders, no. 1. San Antonio, September 12, 1862. ... [Brig.
Gen. Hebert assumes command of the First District of Texas, com-
prising the State of Texas and Arizona Territory.] 173z*
Not seen; reprinted in Official Records, I, v. g, p. 731.
Special orders, no. 2o. Galveston, October 2, 1862. ... [Galveston
Island, Virginia Point, and adjacent bay coast, and the peninsula of
Bolivar shall constitute one command, the Military district of Gal-
veston, Department of Texas.] 1732*
Not seen; reprinted in Official Records, I, v. 15, p. 82o.
General order, no. 2. San Antonio, October 11, 1862. .... [Procla-
mations of martial law by General officers are annulled and appoint-
ments of Provost marshals cancelled.] [San Antonio ?] 1862. Broad-
side. 1 p. 22.2 cm. 1732a*
Special orders, no. 26. San Antonio, November 8, 1862..
John R. Baylor is assigned to the immediate command of the
and Indian frontier of Texas.]
Not seen; reprinted in Official Records, I, v. 15, p. 858.
General orders, no. 9. San Antonio, Nov. 27, 1862. [Until fur-
ther orders Brig. Gen. H. P. Bee is placed in command of the District
of Texas, and will turn over the command to Major Gen. John Bank-
head Magruder upon his arrival.] 1734,
Not seen; reprinted in Official Records, I, v. 15, p. 879.
C. S. A. Army. District of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona (Major Gen.
J. B. Magruder commanding, November 29, 1862 to .)
General orders, no. i. Houston, November 29, 1862. [Major
Gen. Magruder hereby assumes command of this district. All branches
of the service to report at once complete information.] 1735"
Not seen; reprinted in Official Records, I, v. 15, p. 880.
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