The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 47, July 1943 - April, 1944 Page: 159
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Check List of Texas Imprints, 1850 159
at Spring Creek, near the San Saba river, on Dec. 10, 1850, by
John H. Rollins, special agent of the United States, with the
Comanches, Caddoes, Lipans, Quapas, Tawacanoes and Wacoes.]
San Antonio, December 25th, 1850. [San Antonio? 1850.]
Folder with three pages of print. 33.5 cm. 203a
Wilson, James C.
Mr. Wilson's speech on the bill to quiet land titles. [n. p.
n. d.] 31 p. 21.8 cm. 204
This is an offprint of the Speech that appears in the Debates. See no.
198. The copy in TxU has an "Erratta" slip pasted on page 31 that lists
a few of the gravest mistakes. However, says the corrector, "there are
besides, many literal errors, which from the hurry in which the work was
executed, it was impossible to avoid."
(To be Continued)
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