The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 10, July 1906 - April, 1907 Page: 97
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Documents Relating to Municipality of Washington.
traordinary powers confered upon your Excellency pray that you
order an organiseation of said Jurisdiction immediately and
thereby preserve order and union amongst the Inhabitants
2nd. day of July 1835
Jno P Coles Francis G Clampitt (?)
James Whiteside John W. Conner
S'hubael Marsh W A Hall
John J. Wyche J J Allcorn (?)
Epps D. Payne E. D Jackson
Asa Hoxey F. (?) Soop
John Newell (?) Wm. W. Hill
James Clark Wm Lewis (?)
Baldon Robinson Ashby R Stevens (?)
M. Cummins T G Evitt (?)
J. G. Wilkinson James Moore
William W Hawkins J. B. Chanie (?)
Jesse B. Atkinson Elijah Allcorn
John H. Allcorn G W Barnett
John P. Tompson John F Guthrie
James G. Swisher W. E. Allcorn
John Grahams T Chambers
Jacob Gross D T A Thomson
Isaac Thomas Alfred M. Cooper
Isaac H (?) Hawkins Horatio Chriesman
Joshua Graham Stephen R Roberts
Thos G (?) Allen Hiram Beales
William H. Miller Thomas Dillard
Another Copy of the Petition Addressed by the Citizens of Wash-
ington to the Political Chief of the Department of
Brazos, James B. Miller.
[This document is a copy. It corresponds almost word for word
with the forgoing petition, and bears the same date. The follow-
ing signatures are attached to it:]
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