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neral, etc., 156 Washington ave., New Orleans.
dear Sir—In response to the request of your letter of recent date, I have endeavored to collect the information sought, and will communicate it to you as soon as I am able to obtain it.
Very respectfully, Robt. L. Taylor.
State of Texas.
Adjutant-General's office, Austin, May 17, 1890. Prof. Joseph Jones, Surgeon-General United Confederate Veterans, New Orleans, La.:
Sir—Your communication of 9th ult., to His Excellency, Governor Ross, has been referred to this office.
In reply, I would state that no records, rolls, or papers of any kind, relating to the Texas soldiery in the Confederate Army, can be found here, and, therefore, I have no means of supplying the desired information.
As to indigent or helpless Confederates, private enterprise and humanity have established a Home in this city for Confederates, but the State is constitutionally unable to make direct appropriations of money to help said home, but has g