Transportation; Military mobilizations; Republic of Texas
An 1836 receipt of a loan for $25, from Joseph Rowe to the Texas Republic, to be used in transporting military volunteers to headquarters. Signed by D. Watson, Asst. Quarter Master, San Augustine, Texas, July 24, 1836.
Land; Land grants; Trials, litigation, etc.; Law & legal affairs; Republic of Texas; Seals (Insignia);
Description of lands in a lawsuit, once held by Robert A. Irion and passed to Austin Closs. Names mentioned include Mosley Baker, Gibson Kuykendall, Radford Berry (Alcalde of Nacogdoches), Charles Gill, Vital Flores (Constitutional Alcalde of...
Committees; Horses; Militias; Republic of Texas; Military service;
Letter to Capt. Hamilton, directing him to sell his horse for fifty dollars to Mr. Smith, and charge the amount to the Nacogdoches Committee of Vigilance and Safety. Signed by K. H. Douglass, Henry Raguet and H. [Hayden] Edwards, Secretary. This...
Debt; Business & finance; Republic of Texas; Letterheads;
Promise to pay Vital Flores 35 pesos, signed by J. E. Mayfield, witnessed by James Quenisett, Damian Cordova, and John W. Adams. Document with official stationary of Coahuila y Tejas government 1834-1835 with an eagle and the all-seeing eye.
Receipt certifying one wagon and two yoke of oxen were left by Don Pedro Vila in the care of Mr. Perry, for the use of the Army of Texas, at Lynn's Landing, Texas. Signed by John Forbes, Commissary General.