Analytical index to the laws of Texas, 1823-1905 (both dates inclusive). Page: 22
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INDEX TO LAWS OF TEXAS.
Republic of Texas-continued.
Directing to be audited claims
created against Republic by campaign,
under Major General
Thomas J. Rusk and others,
against hostile Indians and Mexicans,
Granting to Quartermaster General,
or Secretary of War, equity jurisdiction
in case of G. W. Browning.
To be audited claim of Col. William
Ward for bringing troops to
Accounts of Thomas William Ward
as major of infantry to be audited,
Providing for printing army rules
and regulations, 2-78-1839.
Requiring President to discharge all
soldiers except those in frontier
regiment and ordnance department,
Payment of troops, 2-93-1839.
Secretary of War to reject certain
Employing friendly Indians, 2-1261839.
Pay of men called out by General
Pay for military service rendered,
Same subject, 2-318-1840.
Repealing joint resolutions authorizing
President to receive 40,000
volunteers, and to draw funds for
transporting arms, troops, etc., 2346-1840.
Regular troops at Fort Houston, 2355-1840.
Rank of Paymaster General. 2-3681840.
Repealing joint resolution legalizing
commissions of military officers.
Incorporating Milam Guards of
Republic of Texas-continued.
Providing for raising company to be
known as Fannin Guards, 2-4191840.
Proof of military service in absence
of muster rolls, 2-435-1840.
Abolishing certain offices, etc., 2437-1840.
Payment of troops of 1838-39, 2449-1840.
Transferring funds from cavalry to
Land donation to soldiers who
served in campaign against San
Antonio in fall of 1835, 2-4781840.
Transferring certain appropriation,
Incorporating Travis Gluads, 2-5161841.
Protecting rights of heirs and next
of kin of members of Georgia
Battalion, and certain other volunteers
from foreign countries, 2517-1841.
Incorporating Galveston Artillery
Appropriation for supplies furnished
troops on frontier, 2-5571841.
Abolishing certain offices and fixing
military and naval establishments,
Pay for muskets, 2-590-1841.
Volunteers to fight Indians on upper
Consolidating appropriations for
Quartermaster's Department, 2652-1841.
Abolishing certain offices, 2-6841841.
Secretary of War to issue land certificates
to honorably discharged
Protection of sea coast. 2-837-1843.
Exempting from forced sale property
of all persons serving in
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Raines, Cadwell Walton, 1839-1906. Analytical index to the laws of Texas, 1823-1905 (both dates inclusive)., book, 1906; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth6993/m1/30/: accessed July 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .