The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 38, July 1934 - April, 1935 Page: 64
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Southwestern Flistorical Quarlerly
J. S. Beer's letter respecting Lucretia B. Sturges Claim- eta
wrote to A. G. Walker of Dallas, in answer to his letter of 3d June
requesting him to send me Eigenauers Certificate pr mail at my
risk- wrote to Mr James Plant in answer to his Letter of 5th
June, telling him that I will give my creditors 5000 acres of land
for the debts I owe in New York, exclusive of Edwards and the
Piersons- wrote to Mr Allen Harrington of Trinity County,
telling him that J. S. Roberts wants to sell a part of the land
adjoining H. being a part of Charles Roberts's headright, this was
a very hot day went up Town near Sun down, nothing new-
Friday July 4th Cool pleasant morning- wrote a letter to adju-
tant general inquiring about Rosswell Gorman's pay in Capt Dol-
son's Comp. in 1841, also about B. B. Sturges's Claim as a member
of the Santa fee Expedition, wrote to gel land office inquiring
about Elenor Gallien's Head right, wrote to Edward Tyler Cin-
cinnatti respecting Theresa Tomlinson's Headright, wrote to Wm
C. Graham of Rusk inclosing him a copy of certificate of woodson
Henry Head right, from gel land office, wrote out a number of
Tickets for the Election to be send to the different Boxes in the
District this was a vey dull 4th of July indeed, there is a Ball to
night but think it will be a meager affair saw John D. Gann in
Town to day, he got the letter I wrote to him out of the Post office,
made an appointment to address the People of melrose next Satur-
day, and those of Chirino on Saturday week, at Douglass on the
next Saturday following and at Nacogdochez on Saturday the 2d
Saturday July 5th 1851 very hot weather- went to Gel Rusk,
spend a hour, conversation, Politics Presidential canvass eta-
several Angelina men in Town, wrote Tickets all the afternoon,
gave them to Jno D. Gann to distribute- wrote a Letter to F. L.
Brauns Counsel general of Wiirtemberg at Baltimore to be taken on
by C. Chevallier who starts in the morning for New York, eta,
authorized Mr Brauns to pay Chevallier any monay he may have
in his posession belonging to Mrs Sterne made an appointment to
speak at Melrose on Saturday next, at Chirino on Saturday week,
at Douglass the Saturday following
Sunday July 6th 1851 Cool morning, wrote to Yoakum & Mc-
Creary Huntsville about the Acosta land, Authorized them to sell
it at $1.25 pr acre- wrote to John Long my opponent in the
Canvass, informing him that the Candidates will meet at Melrose
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