The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 47, July 1943 - April, 1944 Page: 19
CHECK LIST OF TEXAS IMPRINTS
EDITED BY E. W. WINKLER
Editor's Note: The following is the second installment of Mr. Winkler's "Check List of
Texas Imprints, 1846-1876." In the first installment, which appeared in the April, 1943,
Quarterly, Mr. Winkler requests any person having knowledge of any additional item which
should appear on the list to write him care of The University of Texas Library, Austin 12,
Texas. It is expected that any information thus received will be utilized in subsequent re-
printings of this bibliography.
Austin, Texas. Citizens.
Inaugural ball. 21st December, 1849, [at the Capitol, Austin,
1849.] Folder with one page of print. 10 x 16.8 cm. (8.8 x 11.2
Invitation dated, Austin, Nov. 28th, 1849.
Minutes of the third session of the Colorado Baptist associa-
tion, held with the Gonzales church, October 18-22, 1849.
Austin: Printed at the Gazette office, by Wm. H. Cushney.
1849. 16 p. 20 cm. 82
Minutes of the first annual meeting of the Elm Fork asso-
ciation of the United Baptists, held at the Lonesome Dove
church, Navarro county, on Friday before the first Sabbath
in November, 1849, and following days. [At end:] Printed
at the "Herald" office, Dallas, Texas. [1849?] 4 p. 83
NHC-S (typed copy).
Proceedings of the first anniversary of the Baptist State
convention of Texas, held in the city of Houston, May 11-14,
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