Excerpt from Journal of the Texian Expedition Against Mier: Subsequent Imprisonment of the Author; His Sufferings, and Final Escape From the Castle of Perote; With Reflections Upon the Present Political and Probable Future Relations of Texas, Mexico and the United States
He w... ill assert, that what he has said of the general deg radation of that nation, of the wretched want and misery of the million, is far short of the whole truth, as a very late writer upon that country will bear witness; and what he has particularized no one will question.
This journal, imperfect as it may be, has been ready for the press since the writer's escape from the Castle of Perote, but has been kept back for fear of prejudicing the condition of his countrymen who were detained, until re cently, prisoners of war in Mexico.
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