By Kent Biffle
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A crony of President Andrew Jackson, Houston was formally delegated to this convention from Refugio, after a defeat for delegacy from Nacogdoches. The Republic hasn't taken its first breath, but politics is alive and kicking. Delegate Houston and Delegate Robert Potter from Nacogdoches, the winner in Houston's losing race, glare daggers across the crude table. Politics. Ayuntamientos. Municipalities. Comisarios. Consultations. Conventions. Committees of Safety. Peace Party. War Party. Politics.
The author [Kemp] believes that Wharton left the document with the state department subsequent to Nov. 18,1836, when President Houston appointed him minister plenipotentiary to the United States. " What happened to it in the hands of Washington bureaucrats is anyone's guess. Perhaps not much. For about sixty years, the whereabouts of the Declaration of Independence was a riddle without an answer. Until 1896, puzzled officials and historians guessed the document may have been destroyed in one of the Texas Capitol's fires.
Houston Displayed was filled with dirty lies and just enough truth to keep a reader wondering. For example: "[Houston's] whiskey and opium gave out, and none could be procured; so that, from disappointment and the want of those stimulants, he became deranged. " The booklet is filled with trash, but some of it does sound like Houston. Most of the stuffaccusations of cowardice and adoration of Santa Annaare preposterous. Now, take Santa Anna. There was an opium user. After his capture, the Texans had to give him a fix before he could parley.