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Books and Manuscripts
Thomas Jefferson Chambers, Journal. Typescript copy made from
Mrs. Katherine S. Evans' copy of the original.
Thomas Jefferson Chambers, Memorial of T. J. Chambers to the
Legislature of the State of Texas. Galveston (Civilian Steam Book
and Job Office), 1857.
Just Girard, Les Aventures d'un Capitaine Frangais, Planteur au
Texas Ancien Refugid du Champ d'Asile. Tours (Alfred Mame
et fils, editeurs), 188o. Nouvelle edition.
J. Pinckney Henderson, Autograph letter signed to Martha Lyman
Henderson, March 31, 1858.
J. Pinckney Henderson. Steel engraving.
Donald Joseph (trans.), The Story of Champ D'Asile as Told by
Two of the Colonists. Edited by Fannie E. Ratchford. Dallas
(Book Club of Texas), .
William Kennedy, Texas: The Rise, Progress and Prospects of the
Republic of Texas. London (R. Hastings), 1841. Two volumes.
Eugene Maissin, The French in Mexico and Texas, (1838-1839).
Translated by James L. Shepherd III. Salado (The Anson Jones
La Minerve Frangaise. Vol. I-VI, VIII, IX. Paris (Bureau de la
Minervre Frangaise), 1818-182o.
Names of the contributors to the fund for the Napoleonic refu-
gees at the Champ d'Asile colony are listed.
The Laws of the Republic of Texas.
This item and the following were purchased by Daniel from the
E. M. Pease library. The Laws of the Republic were published
in eleven volumes, which are bound together. Volume I and II
were published in Houston in 1838 with the Telegraph imprint.
Vol. III, Houston (National Banner Office), 1838; Vol. IV, Hous-
ton (Intelligencer Office), 1839; Vol. V and VI, Houston (Tele-
graph Power Press), 1840 and 1841; Vol. VII, Austin (S. Whiting),
1842; Vol. VIII, Washington (Thomas Jefferson), 1843; Vol. IX,
Houston (Cruger & Moore), 1844; Vol. X and XI, Washington
(Miller & Cushney), 1845.
Leyes y Decretos del Estado de Coahuila y Texas. [n.p., n.d.]
Marcel Morand, La France de la Restauration d'apris les Visiteurs
Anglais de la Premiere Abdication de Napoldon & sa Mort, 1814-
1821. Paris, 1933.
New Testament. Signed on the flyleaf by Sam Houston.
Sketch of Sam Houston's home with signed autograph note.
The Constitution of the State of Texas. Austin (Printed at the South-
ern Intelligencer Office), 1866.
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