The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 47, July 1943 - April, 1944 Page: 144
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"One Lord, one faith, one baptism." Washington: Printed at
the "Texas Ranger" office. 1850. 7,  p. 22.5 cm. 134
Letter of Gail Borden, Jr., to Dr. Ashbel Smith, setting forth
an important invention in the preparation of a new article of
food, termed meat biscuit; and the reply of Dr. Smith thereto;
being a letter addressed to the American association for the
promotion of science, at their semi-annual meeting, to be held
at Charleston in March next. Printed by Gibson & Cherry,
Galveston, Feb., 1850. 9 p. 25 cm. 135
CSmH. CtY. MB. MWA. N. NNNAM. TxU. WHi.
The seat of government. To the people of Texas . . .
[Bid for the location of the seat of government at Tawakanah.]
John Boyd. Tawakanah, December 4th, 1849. "Standard" print.
[Clarksville, 1850.] 136*
Not seen; reprinted in the Northern Standard, January 19, 1850, p. 4.
Brownsville, Texas. American Flag-Extra.
To the citizens of the Rio Grande Valley. We published today
an extra, containing the proceedings of two meetings held in
Brownsville; one in favor of seceding from our State and
forming a separate territorial government, the other express-
ing their full confidence and faith in the protection of our
laws. [Brownsville: The American Flag, Feb. 6, 1850.] Broad-
side. 1 p. 35.5 x 51 cm. (29 x 49.7 cm.) 137
The meetings at Brownsville were held February 2d and 5th. Portions of
the proceedings are reprinted in the Texas State Gazette, February 23,
1850, p. 200.
Bryan, Guy M.
Speech of Hon. Guy M. Bryan, of Brazoria county, on the
Santa Fe question. Delivered in the House of Representatives,
August 27 and 28, 1850. Austin: Printed at the South-western
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