The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 59, July 1955 - April, 1956 Page: 486
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
No. 216 Bexar, March 22, 1818
Acknowledging receipt of the copy of the royal order forbidding
mothers, wives, or relatives of soldiers to present petitions in their
names since all such petitions must be directed by the respective
No. 217 Bexar, March 22, 1818
Acknowledging receipt of six copies of the royal order whereby
the rebels of America must be divided into eight classes and tried
in the manner and by the authorities expressed therein
No. 218 Bexar, March 22, 1818
Acknowledging receipt of the royal order wherein the King refuses
to grant the petition of various officers requesting credit for two years
retirement for each year of service as merit toward the decoration of
the royal and military order of San Hermegildo
No. 219 Bexar, March 22, 1818
Acknowledging receipt of the Viceroy's orders guaranteeing sal-
aries to those holding office ad interim and stating that no individuals
in the province are affected by the resolution
No. 22o Bexar, March 22, 1818
Acknowledging receipt of the Viceroy's order requiring interested
parties to state the names of the superior authorities who are to
consider their expedientes and stating that if the information is
omitted, the expedientes will be returned at the expense of the no-
taries with a fine of six pesos imposed for all subsequent omissions
No. 221 Bexar, March 25, 1818
Reporting that the Comanche Indians attacked the Misi6n del
Refugio, killing one vecino, and carried away a boy; that the com-
mandant of the presidio set out in pursuit and overtook the Indians,
who were thirty-eight in number; that he killed one, rescued the
boy, and seized forty animals and fifteen guns which were divided
among the troops
No. 222 Bexar, March 26, 1818
Enclosing a special communication from the commandant of the
presidio at La Bahia with regard to disembarkations on the coast;
stating that since a convoy has just been dispatched to Rio Grande
there are hardly enough men to reinforce La Bahia, but he is sending
twenty-five men and also a scouting party to watch the road from
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