The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 70, July 1966 - April, 1967 Page: 268
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268 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Stable, &c-asks one dollar pr acre 800 acres out of League Can be
bot for $4000 part Cash-bal[ance] in annual payments---delightful
spot for a Town51-
H. B. Prentiss
(ed.), Austin Papers, III, 472; Ferdinand Roemer (Oswald Mueller, trans.), Texas
(San Antonio, 1935), 57; Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register (Houston),
February 8, 1859, p. 2.
61On this point, the town of New Washington was laid out in 1835 by the New
Washington Association, of which Samuel Swartwout was the principal member.
See William Ransom Hogan, The Texas Republic (Norman, 1946), 90; Andrew
Forest Muir, "The Municipality of Harrisburg, 1835-1886," Southwestern His-
torical Quarterly, LVI, 40.
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