Evacuation of Texas : translation of the Representation addressed to the supreme government / by Vicente Filisola, in defence of his honor, and explanation of his operations as commander-in-chief of the army against Texas. Metadata
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- Main Title Evacuation of Texas : translation of the Representation addressed to the supreme government / by Vicente Filisola, in defence of his honor, and explanation of his operations as commander-in-chief of the army against Texas.
Author: Filísola, VicenteCreator Type: Personal
Name: G. & T.H. BordenPlace of Publication: Columbia, [Tex.]
- Creation: 1837
- Digitized: 2005-09-09
- Content Description: English translation of the Representation addressed to the supreme government. "Representación dirigida al supremo gobierno."
- Physical Description: , iv, , 4-68 p. ; 20 cm. (4to)
- University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Military and War - Wars - Texas Revolution
- University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Places - Republic of Texas
- Place Name: United States - Texas
- Place Name: Mexico
- Time Period: tex-rev
- Time Period: rep-tex
- Coverage Date: 1837
Name: Rare Book and Texana CollectionsCode: UNTRB
Name: UNT LibrariesCode: UNT
- OCLC: 2652458
- Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metapth6110
- Display Note: Signatures: pi⁴ [A]⁴ B-H⁴ chi¹ Streeter, T.W. Bibliography of Texas 191 Regarding this book: "In November, 1836, a copy of the first edition (in Spanish) was sent to Stephen F. Austin, then serving as Secretary of State to the new Republic of Texas. Austin recommended that it be translated into English, stating that it was of 'importance to the public interests' because it gave 'the history of the military movements and views of the enemy during the invasion ... last spring.' President Sam Houston agreed, and urged the Texas Congress to republish it at public expense. On November 24, 1836, Congress voted to have 500 copies printed. ... released for sale in February, 1837. The Bordens billed the government for 300, not 500, copies. ... the first book printed in the Republic of Texas."--Jenkins, Basic Texas Books, p.158-159.
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