The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 49, July 1945 - April, 1946 Page: 398
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398 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
of vessels, more or less, connected in the trade between our city and the
ports of Texas.
At this time many of these merchant vessels go without convoy, that
being hitherto rather accorded to vessels having Mexican goods aboard,
and bound to some one of the ports in Mexico.
These schooners are in danger of being taken by Mexican brigs of war
now cruizing off the harbors of Texas, and which, in the absence of many
of the Texian armed schooners, and of any convoy by an United States
vessel of war will probably commit depredations on our commerce.
From the Army and Navy Chronicle, December 29, 1836,
The Little Rock (Ark.) Advocate of the 16th ult. states that the U. S.
troops at Camp Sabine have been ordered by Gen. Arbuckle to abandon
that station, and return to our western frontier.
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