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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Gen. C. R. Wheat, commander of the Louisiana Tiger Battalion (search)
ying a party making a reconnoissance, as they drew near the city of Mexico he pushed ahead, and was the first to catch a distant view of the cand wounded, he was sent home, soon after the taking of the city of Mexico, to fill up his ranks with new recruits. These he soon obtained ated brass—taken from one of Santa Anna's body-guard. Returning to Mexico, Captain Wheat was detained at Jalappa till the close of the war. Hation and reformed Christianity. He regarded the corrupt church in Mexico as the curse of the country. After the war, Captain Wheat settleat to join Carravajal in his effort to put down the church party in Mexico, and give that beautiful land our free institutions instead of the When Alvarez pronounced against Santa Anna and the church party in Mexico, Colonel Wheat accepted a command in the patriot army. As general lready begun the study of law. When he was going the second time to Mexico his mother put into his valise one of Dickens' last works, thinking