Texas Sentinel, Austin (Travis Co.) TX March 25, 1840 Issue
INFORMATION WANTED--Of Mr. Horace Hall, who left New York in the expedition under Col. Stanley, in the fall of 1835, for Texas. He left Columbia, after his discharge from the army in the fall of '36, to go by the way of Eastern Texas to the U.S., and was supposed to be in a state of partial derangement at the time, arising from the effects of fever.
Mr. Hall is about 5 feet 6 inches high, of dark complexion, blue eyes, and black hair; he was about thirty years of age, but appeared to be much younger.
Any information from said Hall would be thankfully received, and tend to quiet the apprehensions of his relatives in New York. Address to the subscriber, at Austin. M. CARROLL WING. Austin, march 18, 1840 14-2t