Joseph Crawford to Sam Houston, June 7, 1837
There will be no Campaign against you this year, and
afterwards, it will be too late for Mexico to do any thing[.]
As I foretold you that miserable Country is again involved
in the horrors of Revolution. The true state of affairs there
I’ll not fail to send you from Tampico for which place
I depart in an hour from this time.
Mr Allen will deliver you Miss Mary’s Ring she
lent me as a measure and the one you requested me to
send for you to present her. I hope
she’ll like it and feel as funny
when she puts it on as I did when
I took her measure.
Present my very kindest regards to
Mr Allen, to Genl Henderson, Grayson, Smith, Messrs Fisher
and Richardson, and remembrances to all my friends.
[T]ake my most sincere good wishes to yourself
and believe me to remain ever[,] My dear General
Yours most respectfully
Jos. T. Crawford
Joseph Crawford to Sam Houston, June 7, 1837. Andrew Jackson Houston Papers #1169, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.