The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 10, July 1906 - April, 1907 Page: 245
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The Seat of Government of Texas. 245
soon smile . .. with plenty."1 Anson Jones, senator from
Brazoria, after congress adjourned, remained in Austin, married,
built a house on Pecan street, "and spent the summer principally
in making improvements on [his] place."2
1Texas in 1840, or the Emigrant's Guide to the New Republio, 65; Ed-
ward Stiff, The Texas Emigrant, 33.
2Anson Jones, Republic of Texas, 22.
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