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Fall of Bejar and Surrender of General Cos!!
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Identifier: BC_0273a
Title: Fall of Bejar and Surrender of General Cos!!
Description: [Text begins:] Head Quarters, Volunteer Army, Bejar, December 14, 1835. To his Excellency the Provisional Governor of Texas. Sir, I have the satisfaction to enclose a copy of colonel Johnson’s account of the storming and surrender of San Antonio de Bejar, to which I have little to add...[Report, signed:] Edward Burleson, Commander-in-Chief of the Volunteer Army. [Followed by letter signed F. W. Johnston [sic], Colonel Commanding; the text of the formal capitulation dated at end, December 11...]...[At end:] Printed by Baker and Bordens, San Felipe de Austin. [two sides; both sides in four columns] [Folder contains two original copies and fragments of third copy] [Decorated with patterns as design elements.]
City: San Felipe de Austin
State: Texas
Country: Mexico
Date: 1835-12-14
Creator: Texas (provisional government). Army (Volunteer). Comma
Source: Broadside Collection, Vandale Collection
Publisher: Baker and Bordens
Rights: Please contact the Briscoe Center for further information regarding the use of this material.
Box: BC OB 1830-1835
Format: Broadside (notice)
Size: 39.7 X 32 cm
Related items: BC_0273b  
Other ID: Streeter 87; foth_0307
Subject: Texas--History--Revolution, 1835-1836--Sources