The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959 Page: 240
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240 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
This country is not quiet-The State of Zacatecas is arming
its malitia, and news arrived to day that Gen' Juan Alverez has
pronounced near Acapulco against the President Santa Anna and
in favor of the congress of 1833. I do not meddle in Such matters
and know but little about them. Texas is the only place where
there is peace or Security and I think and hope it will continue
there uninterupted-It certainly will if the people there will
do as they ought, and keep quiet, & mind their farming, and
nothing else-Before Butler leaves he will become more reason-
able, if so, our affairs may be arranged, so that this letter is to
apprise you of the facts as they now Stand-Yours truly
S. F. Austin
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