The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 65, July 1961 - April, 1962 Page: 102
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Northern Standard. Clarksville, Texas.
Standard carrier's address to his patrons, for Christmas Day, 1848.
Broadside, 1 p., verse printed in three columns and signed "Old
Nick"; calendar for 1849 printed in two columns. 33 x 39.7 cm.
(21.5 x 27 cm.) 2*
Fisher, S. W. z849
S. W. Fisher, Matagorda, Texas, has on hand a full supply of drugs
and medicines, and is constantly receiving fresh and unexceptionable
apothecaries' stores, which he offers for sale on reasonable terms.
[Matagorda? 1849?] four-page folder printed on pages 2-4. 22.2 cm. 3*
Quotes letter from R. J. Walker dated December 5, 1848.
Forbes & Co., Lavaca, Texas. i85o
R. M. Forbes & co's Almanac for 1851. Lavaca, Texas, commission
and forwarding merchants, wholesale and retail dealers in dry goods,
hardware, glass, and crockery, clothing, hats, shoes and boots, sad-
dlery and leather, staple and fancy groceries, wines and liquors, to-
bacco and segars. R. M. Forbes, Samuel D. Mills.. [n.p. 1850] 
p. 19.7 cm. 4*
Caption title. Dated on back: Lavaca, September 26, 1850.
Rio Bravo. Brownsville, Texas. 1851
Rio Bravo: Extra. August 18, 1851. The Rio Bravo. [By O. F.
Johnson & F. J. Parker. "Our Extra.-We have been constrained
to issue an Extra before the first number of our paper. We trust
in another week to be able to furnish them the Rio Bravo in its
own appropriate dimensions." . Those who have paid for the
Sentinel in advance will be furnished with the Rio Bravo to fill up
their subscription.] Brownsville, 1851. Broadside. 1 p., printed in
five columns. 40.3 x 55 cm. (36 x 51.7 cm.) 5*
Ward, Thomas William
Dear Sir-it is already known to you that I am before the people
as a candidate for commissioner of the General land office. [Dated:]
Austin, April, 1851. Four-page blue folder printed in two columns
on first page. 21 x 27.3 cm. (13 x 21.3 cm.)
This is Winkler 276, listed but not seen.
Democratic party. Texas. 1852
The Texas Democratic state convention, to the Democratic national
convention-Greetings: [Certification of E. M. Pease as delegate to
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