The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 53, July 1949 - April, 1950 Page: 473
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Notes and Documents 473
" 23, " " Cuero, .................. 32 "
" 24, " " Victoria,. ............... 35 "
 ----- From Victoria to Indianola, ......... 40 "
*At this place I received such accounts of the prevalance of yellow fever at
Indianola, Galveston, New Orleans, and other cities on the route to Washington,
that I concluded to return to San Antonio and await some abatement of the
epidemic, and to occupy myself meanwhile with the preparation of the report of
Whole land journey in Texas, required to)
make the tour of inspection of all the)
posts of the 8th Department .......... )
Note. The places emphasized are those at which I made inspec-
tions. The figures in brackets in the left margin show the distances
of the several posts from each other, in the order in which they were
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