The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 52, July 1948 - April, 1949 Page: 78
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
1862. Broadside. i p., printed in two columns. 15.8 x 24 cm. (12.3 x
19.2 cm.) z78o
C. S. A. Treasury Department. Texas. Chief Collector's office. (George
J. Durham, chief collector.)
Circular to receivers under the sequestration act. . .. [Directed to
furnish the District collector or assessor the names of enemy aliens
together with complete description of their property in his hands,
subject to war tax.] George J. Durham, chief collector. Austin, Feb-
ruary 12, 1862. [Austin ?] 1862. Broadside. i p. 19 x 24.5 cm. (16 x
18.5 cm.) z781
[Circular.] .. [Is sending to each District collector of war tax
sufficient blanks to complete one copy of the assessment of each county
in his, district for this office. Instructions.] George J. Durham, chief
collector. Austin, February 12, 1862. [Austin ?] 1862. Broadside. i p.
13 x 21 cm. (12 x 17.5 cm.) 1782
Devine, Thomas J.
Speeches delivered on the 17th January, 1862, in the Representative
hall, Austin, Texas, by Thos. J. Devine and A. W. Terrell. Austin:
Printed by John Marshall 8 co. 1862. 29 p. 21 cm. ppw. 1783
These speeches were made before the Soldiers Aid society.
Dix, John J.
Texas Rangers. Attention! Do not wait to be drafted ... [At end:]
John J. Dix. McMullen co., Feb. 11, 1862. [n. p.] 1862. Broadside.
1 p. 21.6 x 27.2 cm. (17.5 x 23.7 cm.) 1784
Dix was authorized to raise a company of Rangers, under the terms of "An act
to provide for the protection of the frontier of Texas," approved, Dec. 21, 1861.
Tx. TxU (photostat.)
Durham, George J.
Funeral notice. The friends of George J. and Cassandra Durham,
are invited to attend the funeral of their daughter, Sarah Lincecum,
from their residence, at 4 o'clock P.M. (Thursday) the loth inst.
Austin, April loth, 1862. Broadside. 1 p. 10.5 x 17 cm. (9 x 9.7
Funeral notice... [Funeral of Mary Lenora Durham, sister of
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