The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959 Page: 163

The Reconstruction Courts of Texas, 1867-1873 163
ton waged to broaden the suffrage provision in the Constitutional
Convention of 1868 which laid the basis for the Democratic vic-
tory of 1873-the violent gubernatorial contest which he and
Governor Pease waged against Davis in 1869-his advocacy in
a case which could result in an extension of Davis' tenure of
office is strange indeed. But, advocacy at the law, like politics,
often makes strange bedfellows.

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