The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 52, July 1948 - April, 1949 Page: 77
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Check List of Texas Imprints . 77
'skilled labor, details, volunteering.] [Austin ?] 1862. Broadside. 1 p.,
printed in two columns. 21.5 x 30.5 cm. (18.8 x 23.5 cm.) 1775
C. S. A. Army. District of 'Texas, New Mexico and Arizona. Provost
marshall general's office. (W. Hyllested, provost marshal general.)
General orders, no. 1. Houston, December 4, 1862. .. [Lieut. W.
K. Foster ordered to report to Colonel X. B. DeBray, to act as provost
marshal of the Sub-district of Galveston.] [Houston ?] 1862. Broad-
side. 1 p. 13.5 X 21 cm. (9.5 x 4 cm.) 1776
General orders, no. 2. Houston, December 5, 1862. [Prisoners
for trial in Houston to be delivered to Lieut. W. K. Foster, acting
provost marshal.] [Houston ?] 1862. Broadside. i p. 13.5 x 21 cm.
(9.5 x 11 cm.) 1777
General orders, no. 3. Houston, December 1o, 1862... . [Regula-
tions to be observed by officers and soldiers visiting the city of Hous-
ton.] [Houston ?] 1862. Broadside. 1 p. 13.5 x 21 cm. (9 x 9 cm.) 1778
C. S. A. District court. Eastern district of Texas. (Wm. Pinckney Hill
[Charge to the grand jury. Houston, February 2o, 1862. Judge
William Pinckney Hill.] [Houston ?] 1862. 1 p. 1., pp. 19-24. 20o.8
C.S.A. Post Office department.
Advertisement. Richmond, January 31, 1862.... [Bids invited for
carrying the mails in the State of Texas, beginning July 1, 1862, on
the routes and by the schedules of departures and arrivals herein
specified.] Gazette-Supplement. Austin city, Saturday, May lo, 1862.
Broadside. 2 p., printed in six columns. 39 x 50 cm. (35.5 x 44
C. S. A. Trans-Mississippi department. Governors.
Circular. To the Citizens and Soldiers of the States of Missouri,
Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. ... "Be firm, true, hopeful and reso-
lute, and a just God will help and protect, whilst brave hearts will
fight and die for you." Marshall, Texas, July 28, 1862. [At end:] C. F.
Jackson, Thos. O Moore, H. M. Rector, F. R. Lubbock. [Marshall ?]
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