The Texas NavyWilliam H. Wharton to the Standing Committee at Brazoria, - July 4, 1832 - Page 2

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William H. Wharton to the Standing Committee, 1832We have advised Mitchell & Chase to remove their
provisions so that should the Mexicans again get poss-
ession we could starve them out. We need assistance
here very much. The few now here are at their
mercy if they should attempt a recapture. This
you know they might attempt should they learn
that the upper part of the colony was opposed to us
& that assistance was coming from La Bahia
San Antonio etc. Do inform us of your wishes
as often as practicable & if ____ [?] in any of our
steps we will gladly retrace them as soon as
we learn they meet the disapprobation of the
committee.  

Yours etc.Wm Brown

Asa Mitchell

Wm Wharton

4th July

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William H. Wharton to the Standing Committee at Brazoria, July 4 , 1832. Mirabeau B. Lamar Papers #153, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

 

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