The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 68, July 1964 - April, 1965 Page: 89
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I have said no[thing] on the subject of slavery, on which the fanatics
are harping, that has had no connection with the present con_
we have shown our opposition to any further extension of the evil,
by making it Piracy s punishable with death to introduce any Afri-
cans or slaves except from the United States, this is incorporated into
I have written this hastily in order to send it this day, we have no
mails running, since the invasion, consequently our letters are often
delayed. Continue to send your letters to the care of Hunt, remember
me to all friends and Love to Mother, Brother & Sisters.
E. M. Pease
I had forgot to mention a little affair that took place at Anahuac
in June 1835, this however had no connection with the revolution,
but arose from some excesses committed at that place by the Soldiers,
of which there was one company at that Post, A party of citizens from
Harrisburg under command of Travis forced them to surrender, dis-
armed them & permitted them to return home. I send you an old
paper containing the official account of the action at Bejar & articles
of Capitulation that I had the good luck to find today. Also Houston's
official account etc., etc.
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