Natie King in Laredo, Texas is writing Albert Thomas in Houston, Texas to express sympathy at the death of Thomas's son. The letter is addressed to Mr. Albert Thomas in Houston, Texas. The letter's envelope has a return address labeled for the...
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.
Military rations; Militias; Coffeepots; Commerce; Business & finance; Republic of Texas;
Receipt dated 13 September 1838 for a coffee pot and forty-pounds of "cantings" purchased for the use of the military in the field by Major John S. Roberts, Quartermaster from Smith & Watkins. Purchase for a total of $11.50