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pounder, with carriage and rammer, 1 iron culverine, of nine-inch
calibre, mounted, 1 howitzer of five.inch calibre, 1 cannon, six
pounder, 1 field-piece, four-pounder, 1 cannon, three-pounder,
mounted, 1 ditto six-pounder, mounted, 257 carabines and muskets.
IN THE ARSENAL.
11,000 musket cartridges, 2 cartouch boxes, 10 bags grape shot,
9 do. with cartridges, 18 swivel worms, 8 howitzer do., 100 small
cannon cartridges, 18 packages musket cartridges, 10 port-fires, 16
swivel worms, 40 swivel cartridges, 1 bag containing 100 pounds
of powder, 50 packages cartridges, 16 do. do., 1 box cartridges,
damp, 1 box musket cartridges, 1 box powder, 1200 musket cartridges,
1 ammunition box with 20 cannon balls, 10 quick match.
es, 1 box howitzer worms, 3 boxes musket cartridges, 2 ammunition
boxes with 40 cannon balls, 1 match cord, 1 box howitzer
worms, 1 box cartridges, 2 do. do., 7 empty ammunition chests, 17
muskets, 1 bugle, 2 boxes ammunition, 1 rammer, 1 lanthorn, 4
large cannon, 2swivels, 1 four-pound cannon, mounted, 1 box (26
stands) of grape, 1 box musket cartridges, 1 bag of powder, 1 bag
of gun flints, 1 drum, 15 carabines, out of order, 11 packages can.
non ball, 1 piece small ordnance.
DZSLVnRD SBT ANCHACA.
67 muskets, 15 coats, 9 gun locks, 49 duck jackets, 1 bunch of
vwire, 3 bars of steel, 1 small do. of iron, 1 bunch flax thread, 15
skeins sewing silk, 63 duck jackets, 2 barrels containing 166 bay.
onets, 9 aparejos, 58 lances, 1 pair scales with weights, 1 piece of
linsey, 50 muskets with bayonets, 13 lances.
Bexar, December 13, 1835.
Delivered by
JJAN CORTINA,
J. FRANCISCO DE RADA,
FRANCISCO HERRERA.
Received by
JAMES CHESHIRE,
WILLIAM G. COOK,
W. H. PATTON.
[Copy.] F. W. JOHNSON,
Colonel Commanding.

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Newell, Chester. History of the revolution in Texas, particularly of the war of 1835 & '36; together with the latest geographical, topographical, and statistical accounts of the country, from the most authentic sources. Also, an appendix. By the Rev. C. Newell., book, 1838; New York. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth6109/m1/220/ocr/: accessed September 26, 2016), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .