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Manuel Mufioz ................... ... August 14, 1790-July 27, 1799
(Manuel de Escand6n, Conde de
Sierra Gorda .................... May 28-September 1o, 1792) 1
Juan Bautista de Elgubzabal ...... July 27, 17'99-September 1o, 18o05
(Francisco Xavier de Uranga.. ..... May 3o-November 14, 1802)
Antonio Cordero y Bustamante. September 1o, 1805-November 7, 18o08
Manuel Maria de Salcedo.......... November 7, 18o8-March 6, 1813
(Juan Bautista de las Casas......... January 22-March 2, 1811) '
(Juan Manuel Zambrano ............... March 2-July 22, 1811) "
(Simon de Herrera ................. July 22-December 19, 1811) S
Bernardo Gutidrrez de Lara.......... .. March 6-August 4, 1813
Jos6 Alvarez de Toledo .................. . August 4-18, 1813
Christobal Dominguez ............... August 18-December 15, 1813'
Benito de Armifian......... ..... December 15, 1813-July 2o, 18157
Mariano Varela ................. ..... July 2o, 1815-July 27, 18167
Ygnacio Pdrez ................... ... July 27, 1816-March 2o, 1817'
Manuel Pardo ........................ March 20o-May 28, 1817'
Antonio Maria Martinez. ............. May 28, 1817-April 11, 1822
Through the generosity of Grace E. Curtis of Redlands, Cali-
fornia, and Mrs. Hubert B. Jones of Austin, Texas, the Association
has received a spoon, a bone toothpick, and a wooden needle
which belonged to William and Mary Curtis, residents of Central
Texas in the 1850's. Each item is an excellent example of ante-
bellum household utensils; the spoon bearing the date 183g on
its handle. All will be placed in the soon to be completed Aca-
demic Center at the University of Texas.
The Barker History Center Archives has received a letter dated
August 13, 1875, which gives a common man's view of the de-
pression which hit Texas in the mid-1870's. When a former stu-
dent sent the letter written by a G. C. Dawson of Waco to Robert
C. Cotner, professor of history at the University of Texas, Cotner
generously deposited the letter in the Archives.
'Temporary appointee during an investigation of Mufioz.
'Temporary appointee while Elguezabel went to take the oath of office.
8Interim governor.
'Revolutionary governor.
"Counter-revolutionary leader of the junta which governed in this period.
6Temporary governor until the return of Salcedo.
'Interim governors.

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