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“Rough and Ready” a Patriotic Song, Written by C.B. Snow (late of the Texian Navy). Music Composed & dedicated to the People of the United States, by Austin Phillips. Bound with a second piece of sheet music, both pieces removed from a larger volume. Some light browning along edges, stitching starting to come loose, otherwise fine.
1847
 

ANON. The Legion of Liberty! and Force of Truth...Second edition...Illustrated with engravings
1843
 

BENTON, THOMAS HART. Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, May 16, 18, and 20, 1844, in Secret Session on the Treaty for the Annexation of Texas.
1844
 

BOONE, JOSEPH R.. Joseph R. Boone Collection. Seven documents, 1842-1902. (1) Notice Sheriff of Jackson County (M0) August 29, 1842. 5.75 x 7.5 in. 1 p. Browned, folds, small cigarette burn. (2) Deed of J.R. Boone for three tracts in Jasper, Missouri, to Alvin Brooking, trustee. August 16, 1843. 8 x 13 in., 2 pp. Ink. Edges chipped, browned, lightly foxed, bottom quarter separated. (3) Fortune of “Miss Elizabeth”. July, 1838. 8 x12 in., 2 pp. Browned, folds. (4) Agreement to Teach School. J.R. Boone. October, 1849. Fannin County, Texas. Signed by Enniston Cox, Samuel W. Farland, Yelverton Kerr, John F. Wright. 8 x12.5 in., 2 pp. Browned, folds. Slight water stains at folds. (5) Lloyd, A.P. to Joseph R. Boone, District Court Denton County, Texas. Alton, May 31, 1852. Signed by A.P. Lloyd. 8 x 10 in., 2 pp. Browned, folds. (6) J.R. Russell & Co. receipt to J.R. Boone for purchases. Bonham, Texas, 1858. 6.75 x 7.5 in. 1 p. Browned. (7) Missouri, Kansas, & Texas Railway System. Transportation of Corpses. March 14, 1908. Printed, filled form. Signed by J.T. Armstrong, President. 8.5 x 14in. 2 pp. Browned, slight edgewear.
1842
 

CHANNING, WILLIAM E. A Letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, on the Annexation of Texas to the United States.
1837
 

CHIVERS, T. H. Nacoochee; or, the Beautiful Star, with Other Poems.
1837
 

CROSS, Col. T. One (1) Page (ALS, Col. T. Cross to Capt. Crosman Regarding Pay Master Dix. Camp Corpus Christi, [Texas]. November 29, 1845. Signed “T. Cross”. Blue sheet 7.75 x 9.75 inches, folded with integral address. Folds, fine.
1845
 

DeSHIELDS, JAMES T. Border Wars of Texas...Matt Bradley Revising Editor and Publisher.
1912
 

ECKLES, J.W. Three (3) Page ALS to Major J.R. Lofland, Concerning Charges Brought by Col. Mason. Describes Men at Galveston & Houston, Texas. October 28, 1866. 10 x 16 inches, folded in half. Separate cover addressed to Maj. J.R. Lofland, Paymaster USA, New Orleans, La. Browned, slight edge fraying, small tears at folds.
1866
 

ENSIGN, T. & E.H. Ensign's Travellers' Guide, and Map of the United States, Containing the Roads, Distances, Steam Boat and Canal Routes &c.
1846
 

FISK, THEOPHILUS & J
1845
 

HAMMETT, SAMUEL ADAM Sam Slick in Texas; or, the Piney Woods Tavern. By the Author of "A Stray Yankee."
1857
 

HOUSTON, SAMUEL. The Life of General Sam Houston. [Caption title].
1851
 

LUNDY, BENJAMIN. The War in Texas; a Review of Facts and Circumstances, Showing that This Contest Is a Crusade Against Mexico, Set on Foot and Supported by Slaveholders, Land-Speculators &c. In Order to Re-Establish, Extend, and Perpetuate the System of Slavery and the Slave Trade.
1837
 

LUNDY, BENJAMIN. The Origin and True Causes of the Texas Insurrection, Commenced in the Year 1835. [Caption title].
1836
 

M'KEEN, SILAS. God's way in the sea. A Funeral Sermon Preached at Bradford, Vermont, April 25th, 1852: on the occasion of the Death of Eber D. Hovey, First Mate of the Steamship Independence, Who, with several others perished in Matagorda Bay, Texas, March 26th, 1852.
1852
 

MASON, GEO. JR. Ed. THE SUNDAY HERALD.Vol. 1, No. 11. August 26, 1894.
1894
 

MAYO, ROBERT. Political Sketches of Eight Years in Washington; in Four Parts, with Annotations to Each. Also a General Appendix...
1839
 

MAYO, ROBERT. The Affidavit of Andrew Jackson, Taken by the Defendants in the Suit of Robert Mayo vs. Blair & Rives for Libel, Analysed and Refuted.
1840
 

PATERSON, A.D. Edito THE ANGLO-AMERICAN, A Journal of Literature, News, Politics, the Drama, Fine Arts, Etc.
1843
 

PERRY, EMILY M.B. & Holograph Document, sm. 4to., 2-1/2 pages, of James & Emily Perry Sealed & Witnessed by Chief County Justice & Notary, Timothy Pilsbury, at Brazoria, June 27, 1842, (the last 3/4 page); sealed to one page 4to printed certificate completed in manuscript, signed by Joseph Waples as Acting Secretary of State, attesting to Pilsbury's authority to execute the legal claim made by the Perrys.
1842
 

PHELPS, HUMPHREY. Ornamental Map of the United States and Mexico. 1847. [Caption title].
1846
 

PHILLIPS, STEPHEN C. An Address on the Annexation of Texas, and the Aspect of Slavery in the United States...
1845
 

PIKE, JAMES. The Scout and Ranger: Being the Personal Adventures of Corporal Pike of the Fourth Ohio Cavalry. As A Texas Ranger, in the Indian Wars...Afterward a Scout and Spy....Fully Illustrating the Secret Service. Twenty-Five Full-Page Engravings.
1865
 

ROBINSON, DR. J.H. The Lone Star: or, the Texan Bravo. A Tale of the Southwest.
1852
 

ROCKWELL, JOHN A. Rockwell's Spanish and Mexican Law. A Compilation of Spanish and Mexican Law, in Relation to Mines, and Titles to Real Estate, in force in California and New Mexico, and in the Territories...
1852
 

RUTHVEN, A.S. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Texas, from Its Organization in the City of Houston...Also, an Interesting History of the Masonic Order in Texas. In Two Volumes.
1860
 

SANFORD, GEN. J.W.A. Address of Genl. J[ohn] W.A. Sanford, Commissioner of Georgia, Before the Texan Convention, 4th Feb. 1861. [Caption title]. Broadside, 13.5" x 5'. Left margin somewhat narrow, but fine.
1861
 

SEALSFIELD, CHARLES. The Cabin Book; or, Sketches of Life in Texas. By Seatsfield [!]. Translated from the German by Prof. Ch. Fr. Mersch. [Part I].
1844
 

SMITH, ASHBEL. The Cholera Spasmodica, as Observed in Paris in 1832: Comprising Its Symptoms, Pathology, and Treatment. Illustrated by Cases.
1832
 

SPRAGUE, MAJOR J. T. The Treachery in Texas, and the Secession of Texas, and the Arrest of the United States Officers and Soldiers Serving in Texas.
1862
 

TEXAS. Proceedings of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter, of Texas, at the Eleventh Annual Convocation, Held at the Town of Huntsville, Commencing June 22, 1860...Together with the Proceedings of the Council of the Order of High Priesthood for the State of Texas...
1860
 

WHITE, WILLIAM FRANK "Norfleet" The actual experiences of a Texas Rancher's 30,000-mile transcontinental chase after five confidence men.
1924
 

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