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1. Mrs. Hockett has changed from St. Mary's Street to the Apartment House, corner of
Houston and Jefferson Streets. Page 5.
2. For " turning south at Laurel Street," read " turning west, etc." Bottom of Page 6.
3. Since the first sheets of this work were printed the electric rapid transit Street Car Lines
have been extended in several of the suburbs cf the city. Page 6.
4. For "Espado" read Espada, on illustration. Page 20.
5. The Magnetic Needle omitted from Alamo Mission Plan. Note-the Alamo Church fronts
almost due west. Page 24.
6. The Government Post has been recently officially named Fort Sam IHouston. Page 23.
7. Turner Hall has been converted into Rische's Opera House. Page 34.
8. For "weeky " read weekly. Eleventh line, page 35.
9. 1For W. A. Little, Esq., read C. C. Cresson, Esq., last line ' San Antonio Club." 'age 40.
10. The Waterworks proposition was rejected by a large majority on September 30th,
1890. Page 57.
11. For "Prom" read From. 4th line, page 75.
12. For "St. Patrick's Day :" read without the colon. 16th line, page 117.
13 For "amatuer" read amateur. 17th line, page 117.
14. American Biographical Dictionaries differ as to the year of General R. E. Lee's birth, but
the best authoritis giveJanuary 19lth, 1807; not 1806. Page 131.
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