The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 8, July 1904 - April, 1905 Page: 178
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178 Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
This serves to fix the price that he is to pay the state for it,
which is eleven pesos and forty centavos, payable in the way pre-
scribed by the twenty-second article of the said law, under the
penalties therein provided, of which he is well informed, as well
as of the fact that within the term of one year he must construct
permanent land-marks on each corner of the land, and that he
must settle and cultivate it in conformity with what the aforesaid
Therefore exercising the powers which are conceded me by the
same law and by the instructions issued in accordance with it, I
issue the present instrument, and command that a legal copy of it
be taken and be delivered to the interested party in order that he
may possess and enjoy the said land, he, his children, heirs, and
successors, or whoever from him or from them may have cause
of action or claim, which I this day sign together with two wit-
nesses present with me, in conformity with the law.
Jos ANTONIO NAVARRO.
Jose Ramon Bedford. Thomas R. Miller.
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