The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 65, July 1961 - April, 1962 Page: 107
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Speech of Hon. Sam Houston, of Texas, exposing the malfeasance
and corruption of John Charles Watrous, judge of the federal court
in Texas, and of his confederates. Delivered in the Senate of the
United States, February 3, 1859. Galveston: Printed at the Civilian
book and job office. 1859. 28 p., printed in two columns. 21.1 cm. 25*
Brazoria County Committee of Correspondence.
To the people of Texasll [Report of a mass meeting at Brazoria
on November 17, 186o, and the resolutions adopted. J. G. McNeel
presided, and W. F. Swain, G. W. McNeel, A. G. Lathrop, and H.
Wilkes were secretaries. The committee of correspondence was com-
posed of A. Underwood, John Adriance, W. F. Swain, Fred Vogel,
Clinton Terry, S. W. Perkins, H. Bass, and S. C. West.] Broadside.
1 p., printed in five columns. 33.5 x 54.6 cm. (28.7 x 51 cm.) 26*
Extract from Gen Houston's letter in response to the San Jacinto
resolutions: 15 lines. . . Gen. Houston a Candidate. Austin, Texas,
May 24th, 186o. From Austin (Texas) Intelligencer. Austin, Austin
Intelligencer, 186o. Four-page folder printed on first page. 19.6 x
24.7 cm. (16 x 18 cm.) 27*
Picture of Houston at top left.
Travis Union Club. Committee.
Austin, Texas, September 12, 186o. Dear Sir:-The friends of the
Union, from Travis and neighboring counties, will assemble in mass
meeting at Austin, on Saturday, 22d inst. .. [Signed:] E. W. Cave,
F. W. Chandler, Jno. L. Haynes. Broadside. 1 p. 13 x 20 cm. (lo x
9.5 cm.) 28*
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