The Texas Almanac, for 1860, with Statistics, Historical and Biographical Sketches, &c., Relating to Texas. Page: 79
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HISTORY -OF :TEXAS. 79
H. F. Davis,
G. W. Pain,
W. H. Living,
Geo. W. Cash,
C. J. O'Connor,
Benj. J. White,
R. L. Redding,
James W. Scott,
Henry J. Moris,
John J. Bowman,
J. B. Dale,
B. H. Perkins,
Benj. J. White, Jr.,
Edward St. John,
D. H. Peeks,
Francis P. Smith,
T. Mason Dennis,
C. A. Parker,
C. M. Despallier,
J. T. Bell.
I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of the original in my possession.
IRn INGRAM, Secretary.
ToWN OF GOLUAD, December 22, 1835.
RESOLUTIONS APPOINTING A COMMITTEE OF PUBLICATION AND SECRETARY.
Be it resolved by those who have signed the Declaration of the 20th instant, in the
town of Goliad, That, Thomas B. Bell, Benj. J. White, Wm. G. Hill, Win. S. Brown, J.
Dodd Kirkpatrick, and John Dunn, be, and they are hereby nominated and elected
by the signers thereto, a committee to procure the printing and circulation of said
paper; and that they provide for the extension of its circulation to every munici-
pality of Texas, with as little delay as possible.
Be it Resolved, That citizen Ira Ingram be, and he is hereby nominated and ap-
pointed to certify copies of said declaration, and to furnish for the use of said com-
mittee, as many as the importance of their duty, and its prompt discharge, may
require; and that the said Ingram certify and deliver to each member of the same,
a copy of these resolutions.
TOWN OF GoLuAD, December 22, 1835.
A true copy. IRA INGRAM, Secretary.
LETTER FROM IRA INGRA3M TO BENJ. J. WHITE.
CHRISTMAs MORN, 1835.
FRIEND WHITE: MaSj. Perkins leaves for San Felipe this morning on your mule.-
Burke found him in his old range below, and rode him up.
Maj. P. bas a letter to the Governor, written after nine last night, communicating
information, received last evening, from Lipantitlan. The Mexican taken prisoner
there, and started off for Matamoras, (whom Capt. Dimitt supposed, from all he
had learned when you left, to be his express,) was Escalera, the brother-in-law of
Fernando de Leon, who was met yesterday by the Mexican whom he last de-
spatched for the Rio Grande. The.brother-in-law of de Leon and the Captain's
express of yesterday morning, came in together a little before nine last evening.
The news brought by Escalera is contained in the letter to the Governor, through
whom, we presume, you can obtain it.
Accept, my friend, the customary salutations of the day, for yourself and others,
from, sir, yours and theirs, IRA INGRAM.
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