Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Urrea” in chapter 7.52, section c.7.52.78, page 220 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9.:
...ce of safety.
King, after a successful skirmish with some Mexican cavalry, was surrounded by a large force and compelled to surrender.
Six hours after, he and his men were shot, by the command of Urrea .
No tidings having arrived from King, Fannin dispatched a larger detachment, consisting of Colonel Ward's original battalion, towards Refugio.
This battalion, under Ward, fought two bloody battle...
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