of lands, within the bounds herein before mentioned, made after the settlement of said Indians, are, and of right ought to be, utterly null and void.
Lieutenant-Governor Robinson, a member of the committee that reported this declaration, says that General Houston assured the committee that he had himself seen the grant from the d avers that these assurances constrained the committee to unite in, and the Consultation to adopt, the report.
Judge Waller, another member, confirms Lieutenant-Governor Robinson's statement.
It is not now pretended that there was any such grant extant.
Texas Almanac, 1860, p. 44.
Sam Houston, John Forbes, and John Camerg of the 9th of July they dispatched from Kickapoo Town Colonel McLeod, John N. Hensford, Jacob Snively, David Rusk, Colonel Len Williams, Moses L. Patton, and — Robinson, with a communication to Bowles.
The party was directed to carry a white flag and proceed to the Indian camp, fifteen or twenty miles distant; but, about five