The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 25, July 1921 - April, 1922 Page: 31
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The Texas Convention of 1845
In order to facilitate the work of the convention, President
Rusk appointed five standing committees, namely: on the State
of the Nation, and on the Executive, Legislative, Judiciary, and
General Provisions of the constitution. He, also, appointed a
committee of five to prepare rules for the convention. Isaac Van
Zandt14 was chairman of the committee on General Provisions and
a member of the committee on rules.,
The following is a list of delegates elected to the Convention:
Austin county-Oliver Jones and P. M. Cuney.
Brazoria-H. G. Runnels and R. M. Forbes.
Colorado-G. W. Brown.
Fannin-G. A. Everts and Lemuel Evans.
Fort Bend-J. B. Miller.
Fayette-R. E. B. Baylor and J. S. Mayfield.
Galveston-R. Bache and J. Love.
Goliad-Wm. L. Hunter.
Gonzales-John D. Anderson.
Houston-Isaac Parker and P. 0. Lumpkin.
Harris-Francis Moore, I. W. Brashear, and Alex McGowan.
Harrison-Isaac Van Zandt, S. Holland, and Edward Clark.
Jasper-G. W. Smith.*
Jackson-F. M. White.
Liberty-J. Davis and G. T. Wood.
Lamar-G. W. Wright and H. R. Latimer.
Montgomery-Sam Houston, James Scott, and A. McNeil.
Matagorda-A. C. Horton.
Nacogdoches-T. J. Rusk, J. L. Hogg, and C. T. Taylor.
Robertson-H. J. Jewett and C. Armstrong.
Red River-T. C. Young, A. H. Latimer, and J. T. Mills.
"Van Zandt had served the Republic as a member of Congress and
minister to the United States.
"'Journal of the Convention, 17.
*Members of Congress.
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