The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 8, July 1904 - April, 1905 Page: 181
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De Witt's Colony.
MINUTES OF THE AYUNTAMIENTO OF GONZALES.1
Jurisdiction of Gonzales. Jan'y, the 25th 1833-
Art, 10th The Avnto. metin ordinary Session all the mem-
Resolved that from & after the 1st day of May next
any hogs runing at larg in this jurisdiction over
one year old unmarct it shall be lawful for any
person to kill the same & take them as his own; this
act is not to be constrewd so as to include tamed
J. B. PATRICK President.
ALMOND COTTLE Sindico.
Art.e 11th Resolved that each setlar may hold by deed as many
as four outlots at their valuation, if he has them
or any part of them Improved and purchasors may
buy the same number if they take them in the same
Block-and all persons may have two in lots &
four out lots deeded to them & no more; The
purchase money to be paid in three equal enstawl-
ments, the first in six months the second in twelve
& the third in eighteen months, a forfature ac-
curing in case of failing to make any of the pay-
ments, for promt payment six persent per annum
J. B. PATRICK President.
ALMOND COTTLE, Sindico.
Jurisdiction of Gonzales, Feby 15th 1833
The Ayunto. met in ordinary session, present the
Alcalde 2nd Regedor & Sindico.
Art.e 12th. Resolved that Byrd Lockart the surveyor of the
Jurisdiction is the same for the town, for survey-
ing in lots one Dollar two for out lots; the cornors
of the in lots to be establish'd with a stake of good
lasting wood, the out lots with stakes and baring
trees or a stake and mound thrown up, so as to
perpetiate the cornors.-
J. B. PATRICK President
ALMOND COTTLE Sindico
Arte, 13th Resolved that the ferry over the Guadalope River
at this town shall be at the mouth of the Stew
1A literal copy of an incomplete record preserved in the office of Har-
wood and Walsh, Gonzales, Texas. This title is supplied.
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