The Laws of Texas, 1822-1897 Volume 1 Page: 453
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Constitution of Coahuila and Texas.
ART. 224. The alterations, amendments or repeals proposed shall be
discussed in the congress that follows, and should they be approved, they
shall be immediately published as constitutional articles.
ART. 225. For the amendments, alterations, and repeals indicated, besides
the rules prescribed in the foregoing articles, all those provided for
forming and repealing laws, shall be observed, with the exception of the
right of making observations granted the governor, which shall not be
conceded in these cases.
Given in Saltillo, on the ]lth of March, 1827.
SANTIAGO del VALLE, President.
JUAN Y. CAMPOS, Vice President.
RAFAEL R. VALDES.
JOSE M. VIESCA.
F. A. GUTIERREZ.
JOSE J. de A. ROSALES.
JOSE M. VALDES v GUAJARDO.
JOSE C. RAMOS, D. S.
DIONICIO ELIZONDO, D. S.
Wherefore, I command it to be printed, published, circulated, and dulv
JOSE IGNACIO ARISPE.
JUTAN ANTONIO PADILLA, Secretary.
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