The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 20, July 1916 - April, 1917 Page: 131
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The Postal System of the Republic of Texas
Kennedy, History of Texas, II.
Post-Office Directories, 1838-1841, 1839-1842, and 1842-1844.
Vols. 68 to .70. MS. State Department of Texas.
Post-Ofice Letter Books, 1840-1842 and 1842-1846. Vols. 71
and 75. MS. State Department of Texas.
Post-Office Ledger, 1840-1841. Vol. 72. MS. State Depart-
ment of Texas.
Post-Office Journal, 1840-1841. Vol. 73. MS. State Depart-
ment of Texas.
Post-Office Day Book, 1840-1841. Vol. 74. MS. State De-
partment of Texas.
Post-Office Accounts Approved by the Secretary of State, 1839-
1841. Vol. 53. MS. State Department of Texas.
Reports of Postmaster-General John Rice Jones, 1840-1841.
MS. Texas State Library.
U. S. Senate Documents, 29 Cong., 2 Sess. I, 684, 697.
Texas State Historical Association Quarterly, VII, 249-278.
Thrall, Pictorial History of Texas.
Western Advocate, Austin.
National Register, Austin.
Daily Bulletin, Austin.
Austin City Gazette, 1839-1842.
Morning Star, Houston, 1839.
Telegraph and Texas Register, Houston, 1836-1838.
Colorado Gazette and A dvertiser, Matagorda, 1839-1842.
Colorado Tribune, Matagorda.
Matagorda Bulletin, 1837-1839.
Journal and Advertiser, San Augustine, 1840.
Red Lander, San Augustine, 1841-1844.
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