|Fording the river in force.|
|Approaching the Guadaloupe.|
|A shell-burst in the cottonwoods along the river.|
|Fusileros emerge from the cottonwoods to ford the Guadeloupe.|
|The old Spanish six pounder crewed by Captain James Neill and Texian militia.|
|The fusileros draw first blood, but not before a trooper and cornet are checked|
by Texian shrapnel.
|The fusileros advance, firing as Lt Castaneda leads his lancers around the right.|
The infantry across, they form a firing line and cover the movement of the cavalry, who pass behind them. The hill and building now mask the fire of the Texian cannon, which begins to withdraw the central plaza of the town.
|Colonel Moore's Texians fall back to the cover of the town.|
|The fusileros charge, but are repulsed.|
|Texian riflemen finally pick off the Cornet and second trooper.|
|The Mexican Lancers charge.|
|...into the mouth of the cannon.|
|With their Lieutenant dead, the remaining troopers retreat across a nearby ford.|
|The Texians...bloodied, but obnoxiously defiant.|