The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 54, July 1950 - April, 1951 Page: 475
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Notes and Documents 475
time till the Indians were compelled to get a reanforcement they
then fell but wounded several of the Indians (mortally) this was
done within three miles of town 8 of which were killed and three
wounded the Indians then made their escape unmolested.
... [E]very respect was shown to the remains of your son he was
with the ballance making in all ten were brought to San Antonio
and interred. ...
Your son and the whole of our family as well as my self have been
boosom friends ever since our acquaintance and we have fought
together in our strugle for indipendance he was allways ready to do
his duty as a soldier. ...
P. P. BORDEN
[P. S. on other matters omitted.]
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