The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 60, July 1956 - April, 1957 Page: 400
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400 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
D. Felix Trudeaux in Natchitoches; stating that Arciniega and the
six vecinos who accompanied him brought some effects which were
deposited with the administrator and transmitting the itemized in-
voice of these effects which was required by the said administration;
explaining that all the items were trifles bought for personal use,
and asking, for the sake of humanity, that the commandant general
permit the unfortunate and unhappy vecinos to keep these insignifi-
[to be continued]
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