UTSA James Morgan Papers

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1. 1 Andrews, Edmund, 20 April 1835

Letter, signed to James Morgan. Brazoria, April 20,l 1835. Wreck and damage of a vessel belonging to the New Washington Association.

4 pages: 100% indexed, 100% transcribed

1. 2 Unknown, 23 October 1835

Manuscript, entitled, "Articles of Association 1835 NWA." New York, October 23, 1835. Twelve articles with confirmed signatures of all board members.

6 pages: 100% indexed, 100% transcribed

1. 3 Treat, James, 13 November 1835

Manuscript, signed. New York, November 13, 1835. Two extracts from the minutes of meetings held in October by “The Galveston Bay & Morgan Association.”

4 pages: 100% indexed, 100% transcribed

1. 4 Unknown, 30 August 1836

Manuscript entitled, “Proceedings at a Meeting of the New Washington Assn.” New York, August 30, 1836.

4 pages: 100% indexed, 100% transcribed

1. 5 Treat, James, September 1836

Letter, signed twice, to James Morgan. New York, September 10, 1836, plus long postscript dated September 14. Report of the meeting of the NWA shareholders.

7 pages: 43% indexed, 71% transcribed

1. 6 Morgan, James, 26 July 1841

Manuscript, signed, to NWA, July 26, 1841. Report on NWA discussing financial problems, assets, loss of the schooner Flash, etc.

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1. 7 Unknown, circa 1841

Manuscript, with Morgan’s corrections, “List of Lands in Texas Owned by the N. Washington Association for which There are Deeds Obtained by the Agent J. Morgan.”

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1. 8 Unknown, circa 1841

Manuscript, with Morgan’s corrections,: “List of Lands Secured by Title Bonds, Contracts, etc.”

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1. 9 Patrick, George M., 26 June 1850

Certified copy of deposition. Harris County, June 26, 1850. Made to substantiate the NWA claim for damages during the Texas Revolution.

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1.10 Barlow, L., 26 August 1835

Letter, to L.H. Young, bookseller. Norfolk, August 26, 1835. Regarding immigration to Texas.

2 pages: 100% indexed, 100% transcribed

1.11 Texas (Republic). Army, 6 June 1836

Manuscript muster rolls of troops returned to Camp Travis [Galveston Island]. June 6, 1836.

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1.12 Santa Anna, Antonio Lopéz de 9 June 1936

Manuscript, contemporary translation into English of Santa Anna’s protest to President David Burnet regarding his treatment while a prisoner of war following his capture after the Battle of San Jacinto. [Quintana or Velasco], June 9, 1836.

4 pages: 100% indexed, 100% transcribed

1.13 Burnet, David G., 10 June 1836

Manuscript, contemporary copy of Burnet’s reply to Santa Anna’s protest (preceding). Velasco, June 10, 1836.

7 pages: 71% indexed, 100% transcribed

1.14 Burnet, David G., 11 June 1836

Manuscript address, signed. Velasco, June 11, 1836. This document relates to the conduct of the New Orleans Volunteers and other citizens who became extremely exasperated with what they perceived to be their government’s temperate treatment of Santa Anna.

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1.15 Unknown, 14 June 1836

Treaty of Velasco. Contemporary copy or draft of the original treaty, misdated June 14 (rather than May 14), 1836.

3 pages: 100% indexed, 100% transcribed

1.16 Somervell, Alexander and David G. Burnet, 14 June 1836

Manuscript written in the hand of Somervell, signed by both. Velasco, July 14, 1836. Proclamation revoking commissions issued to officers not then in actual service.

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1.17 Texas (Republic). Army, 20-26 July 1836

Manuscript, contemporary copy of two orders (on reverse sides). Velasco, July 20, 1836, and Quintana, July 26, 1836.

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1.18 Morgan, James, 1833-1837

Four documents in Morgan’s own hand recording business transactions between Morgan and Dr. Nicholas Labadie. All dated at Anahuac, 1833-1837.

8 pages: 100% indexed, 100% transcribed

1.19 Selby, A. B., 28 January 1841

Letter, signed, to James Morgan. January 28, 1841. Shelby, a district judge, gives an opinion on what the structure of the government of the Republic of Texas should be, including its proper obligations.

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1.20 Kissam, Jacob, 24 June 1841

Letter, signed, to James Morgan. New York, June 24, 1841. Revealing Morgan’s straits due to financial support rendered Texas during the Revolution and formation of the Republic.

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1.21 Baker, Moseley, 14 January 1840

Letter, signed, to James Morgan. Evergreen [Goose Creek, Harris County], January 13, 1840. Baker sends money to Morgan and asks him to look for his wines in the warehouse at New Washington.

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1.22 Morgan, James, 22 April 1850

Letter to M. Rockwell. New Washington, Galveston Bay, April 22, 1850. Regarding organization of materials for substantiating the NWA claim against the Mexican government.

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1.23 Houston, Sam, 29 May 1841

Letter, signed, to James Morgan. May 29, 1841. Houston asks Morgan to collect funds due him from Mr. Lee [Lea?], etc.

4 pages: 100% indexed, 100% transcribed

1.24 Houston, Sam, 30 July 1841

Letter, signed, to James Morgan. July 30, 1841. The letter relates to Houston’s bitter 1841 presidential campaign against David G. Burnet.

4 pages: 100% indexed, 100% transcribed

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