tton wagons, and three carriages belonging to Mr. Ward, were also encamped with us.
We have only as he is, we get on capitally together.
A Mr. Ward, with three vehicles — a rival of Mr. Sargebig mulatto slave woman, who was driving one of Ward's wagons.
She told me she had been raised in Tts.
We bought some butter there, and caught up Ward's wagons.
The women at Oakville were most anxi without sun or wind.
We hitched in at 1.15-Ward's wagons in our front, and a Frenchman's four-her in the neighborhood, Mr. Sargent, the Judge, Ward, and the Frenchman, started to explore; and whemiddle of last night, and so stole a march upon Ward.
Our goat's flesh having spoiled, had to bed reached Rocky at 7.30; but before this two of Ward's horses had caved in, which completely restore; our food, also, was now entirely expended.
Mr. Ward struggled up at 8.15, making a desperate effoe Selado, Mr. Sargent, being determined to beat Ward, pushed on for San Antonio; and we drew up befo[2 more...]