Check List of Ceas Imprints
Edited by E. W. WINKLER
Editor's Note: The following is the seventh installment of Mr. Winkler's "Check List of
Texas Imprints, 1846-1876." In the first installment, which appeared in the April, 1948,
Quarterly, Mr. Winkler requests any person having knowledge of any additional item which
should appear on the list to write him care of The University of Texas Library, Austin 12,
Texas. It is expected that any information thus received will be utilized in subsequent re-
printings of this bibliography.
Grand Rally! Great American Barbecue! The American party
will give a barbecue at Austin City, November, 23d and 24th.
[1855.] State Times job office, Austin, Texas. Broadside. 1 p.
41 x 56 cm. (39 x 56 cm.) 530
Sam recruiting, after the injunction of secrecy had been
removed. San Antonio, July, 1855. W. J. Leth. San Antonio,
Texas. Broadside ( cartoon). 1 p. 48 x 61 cm. (41 x 49 cm.) 5381*
Austin college. Huntsville, Texas.
Catalogue of Austin college, at Huntsville, Walker county,
Texas, for the academical year 1854-5. G. Robinson, printer,
"Item" office, Huntsville, Texas. 1855. 15 p. 21 cm. 532
GDecCT. OCHP. Tx. TxU (photostat).
Mails. Arrivals and departures at Austin, Texas. "State
Gazette" job office. [1855.] Broadside. 1 p. 32.5 x 58 cm.
(21.5 x 34.7 cm.) 538
Postoffice regulation requiring all letters to be prepaid . . . takes effect
from and after Jan. 1, 1856.
Austin, Texas, February 1st, 1855. The undersigned have
formed a co-partnership under the name and style of Swenson
Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 48, July 1944 - April, 1945. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth146055/. Accessed November 25, 2014.