The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 12, July 1908 - April, 1909 Page: 239
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Plan for an Institute at San Felipe. 239
the curate, the board shall name a president ad interim from its
Art. 18. When the organization of the school shall be finished,
and the rules for its government formed, a copy of all shall be
sent to the Congress of the state for its approval. In the mean-
time, the board may make temporary rules, completing them and
filling the positions in the institution as the funds permit and cir-
Here the evidence afforded by the Austin papers abruptly ends,
and we are left to wonder whether the bill was ever presented; or
whether, the times proving inauspicious, the question was dropped
altogether to take up the more important one of resisting the
tyranny of the government. At any rate the years of earnest and
faithful work for the success of this commendable object were
fruitless of tangible results.
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