Tennessee; Jesse Grymes.
San Felipe -- Dr. [Charles] B. Stewart, Thomas Barnett, Randall Jones.
Milam -- [George] C. Childress, Tennessee; [Sterling] C. Robertson, Tennessee.
Columbia -- Edwin Waller, Virginia; [John] S. D. Byrom, James Collinsworth, Tennessee; Asa Brigham.
Matagorda -- Bailey Hardeman, S. Rhoads Fisher.
Mina -- [Robert] M. Coleman, Dr. [Thomas] J. Gazley, [John] W. Bunton.
Goliad or La Bahia -- Dr. [Junius William] Mottley, Virginia, via Kentucky; Encarnación Vásquez, Mexico.
Jefferson -- Claiborne West, Wm. B. Scates.
Colorado -- Wm. Menefee, Tenn.; [William] D. Lacy.
Harrisburg -- Lorenzo de Zavala, [Andrew] Briscoe.
Liberty -- [Michel] B. Menard, [Augustine] B. Hardin.
Bexar -- Juan Seguín, [José] Antonio Navarro, Col. [José] Francisco Ruiz, Miguel Arciniega. (Jesse B. Badgett, Samuel A. Maverick, elected by the Volunteers at Bexar.)
Jackson -- James Kerr, Elijah Stapp.
Refugio -- Gen'l [Samuel] Houston, James Power, by citizens; Edward Conrad, Penn.; David Thomas, by Volunteers.
Gonzales -- [Mathew] Caldwell, [John] Fisher.
Jasper -- [Stephen] H. Everitt, [George] W. Smyth.
Shelby -- [Sydney] O. Pennington, Wm. C. Crawford.
San Patricio -- John Turner, [John White] Bower
Pecan Point -- [Robert] Hamilton, [Richard] Ellis, Collin McKinney, Albert H. Latimer, [Samuel] P. Carson.
Victoria -- [José María] Carbajal, [John Joseph] Linn.
The house was then organized by the appointment of Judge Richard Ellis, President, and Herbert S. Kimble, Secretary. On motion of Mr. Geo. C. Childers, a committee consisting of Childers, Colin McKenna, Edward Conrad, Jas. Gaines and Bailey Hardeman [was appointed] to prepare and report a declaration of independence, with directions to report as speedily as practicable.
A motion was then made to wait on Governor H. Smith and inform him that the Convention is organized, and ready to receive any communication he may have to make. This led to a discussion in which some excitement was manifested. The quarrel between the Governor and Council was spoken of in unmeasured terms of reprobation. It was finally amended so as to include the Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Council, in order, as was avowed by members in debate, to take no cognizance of the private quarrels or private griefs of either