Analytical index to the laws of Texas, 1823-1905 (both dates inclusive). Page: 24
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INDEX TO LAWS OF TEXAS.
Confederate States, Texans In-continued.
Thanking Gen. J. B. Magruder and
his officers and men for victory
and recapture of Galveston; Maj.
0. M. Watkins and officers and
men for victory at Sabine Pass;
Maj. Dan Shea and officers and
men for defense of Lavaca; Major
Hobby and officers and 'men for
repulsing enemy's attack on Corpus
Christi; Captains Ireland
and Ware for capture of Captain
Kittridge and officers and men
near Corpus Christi; Captains
Ireland and Wilkie and officers
and men for defeating enemy's attempt
to capture "one of our
vessels," and "capturing his
barges, in bay of Corpus
Christi"; and to Captains Santos
and Refugio Benavides for chastising
banditti on Rio Grande
Enrolling officers, 5-665-1863.
Hospital fund, 5-675-1863.
Support of families and dependents,
Thanking Texas soldiers for services
and pledging support of families,
Acknowledging reception of flags
captured by Fifth Texas Infantry
and Fourth Texas Cavalry. 5-7501863.
Asking that two men drafted into
service be released because
needed to operate manufactories,
Asking that Reiley's regiment be reimbursed
for horses, saddles and
bridles turned over to Confederate
authorities in New Mexico,
Governor to send commissioner to
Arkansas and Louisiana with
funds to care for destitute, sick
and wounded Texas soldiers, 5774-1864.
Confederate States, Texans In--continued.
Requesting return of First, Fourth,
and Fifth Texas regiments to
rest, and to recruit their decimated
ranks, expressing gratitude
for valor, sorrow for death of
fallen braves, etc., 5-775-1864.
Thanking officers and men for victories
Providing for support of indigent
families of Texas soldiers, 5-8161864.
Amending foregoing act, 5-818-1864.
Repealing amendatory act and part
of act for support of soldiers'
Distribution of cloth to families, 5819-1864.
Thanking Ninth Texas Infantry and
other troops, 5-828-1864.
Asking detail of two men to manufacture
machine invented by
them, for carding cotton-rolls, 5848-1864.
Resolution on death of Gen. John
Governor to ascertain by correspondence
whether remains of
Texas soldiers, who fell in the
battles of Glorietta and Val
Verde, and those buried at Socorro,
Albuquerque and Santa Fe,
required further interment, 7-6751873.
Providing for commissioners to act
with National Commission in ascertaining
and marking in Chickamauga
and Chattanooga Military
Parks positions occupied by
Texas commands, 10-639-1893.
Appropriation to pay expenses of
commissioners in locating posisitions
of Texas commands employed
in defense of Vicksburg,
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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/m1/32/: accessed August 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .