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P.L. Burquor to Francis R. Lubbock, September 8, 1863

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P.L. Burquor to Francis R. Lubbock, September 1863

owing to the great number of soldiers’
families, Indigents, and helpless per-
sons, and it is only to be effective
by good reliable men. I therefore
reiterate my request that you be
pleased to grant me your order to
the [this] effect. Hoping that you will
excuse my frequent importunities
I have the honor to be

Your Most Humble and
Respectful Servant
PL Buquor
Mayor City of San Antonio

His Excellency
Governor E. [sic] F. Lubbock
Austin

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P.L. Burquor to Francis R. Lubbock, September 8, 1863. Records of Governor Francis R. Lubbock, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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