Stephen F Austin to Committee at Convention, Date Unknown
Summary: Outline of address to convention by Austin.
1—A short general view of the political situation of the whole
Mexican republic in
2—A short view of the situation of Texas at that time owing to the revolution in Mexico and the danger of falling into anarchy for the want of adequate local govt, and the consequent necessity of doing something to preserve the public peace and order.
3—Its present situation as to the administration of justice and all the departments of the local government. The distance from the present seat of government its disimilarity from Coahuila in climate productions, situation, etc, etc.
5—As to the manner of applying for admission as a state of the
Mexican confederation—quote the law of
[Stephen F. Austin]