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McLean, PAPERS CONCERNING ROBERTSON'S COLONY IN TEXAS, Volume I
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INDEX TO THE PAPERS  (Continued)

 
ordering said officials to search the baggage of all travelers arriving from the United States without proper passports. 96
  
Letter from the Acting Governor of New Mexico to Brigadier Nemesio Salcedo, Commandant General, March 31, 1810, reporting that he has arrested José McLanaham, Robi-Smit, Jayme Patison, and Manuel Blanco and is sending them to Salcedo. 99
  
Nemesio Salcedo to the Viceroy of New Spain, April 16, 1810, acknowledging receipt of the Viceroy's information about the French spies and promising to forward it to those under his command. 108
  
Nemesio Salcedo to the Viceroy of New Spain, April 24, 1810, reporting that Smith, McLanahan, Pattison, Blanco, and two negro slaves have been captured, and that Salcedo has ordered the Provisional Governor of New Mexico to send them to the city of Chihuahua for trial. 111
  
Nemesio Salcedo to the Viceroy of New Spain, April 30, 1810, acknowledging receipt of the Viceroy's letter of April 11 containing excerpts from the letter Onís sent from Philadelphia concerning the spies of Napoleon. 114
  
The Royal Governing Audiencia to the Commandant General of the Interior Provinces, May 12, 1810, acknowledging receipt of the letter of April 24 reporting the arrest of the three foreigners. 116
  
Nemesio Salcedo to the Acting Governor of New Mexico, May 13, 1810, saying that he has received a letter from the Viceroy concerning French spies, and that, since the names mentioned by Onís corresponded to those of the four individuals arrested by the Acting Governor of New Mexico, further investigations should be made of the persons they had contacted before their arrest. 117
  
Nemesio Salcedo to the viceroy of New Spain, May 16,1810, asking for a copy of the complete text of the Onís letter concerning Smith, McLanehan, Paterson, and Blanco. 120
  
The Royal Governing Audiencia to Nemesio Salcedo, June 10, 1810, forwarding a certified copy of the Onís letter. 122
  
The Acting Governor of New Mexico to Brigadier Nemesio Salcedo, July 20, 1810, saying that he has been unable to find any evidence to contradict the original story told by Smith, McClanahan, Patterson, and Blanco, to the effect that they were merely traders seeking permission to receive land and settle under the Spanish Government. 124
  
Mexican Justice! (entered under October 4, 1810). Apparently a Spanish translation of a violent anti-Mexican newspaper editorial sent by Onís to the Mexican Viceroy. The editorial voices concern for the fate of Smith, McClannahan, and Patterson. 127
  
The Secretary of State to Governor Howard, December 11, 1810, acknowledging receipt of documents concerning the arrest and detention of James Patterson, Reuben Smith, and their companions, and returning the documents to Howard with the recommendation that he forward them directly to the Governor of the Spanish province where the young men were believed to be in prison. 131
  
Excerpt from Pike's map, (before December 31, 1810), showing where Philip Nolan was killed on the Brazos. 133
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