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    • 1843 Cotton Trial Interrogation Record

    • Judicial proceedings; Trials, litigation, etc.; Cotton; Republic of Texas;
    • A certified, true copy, 9 pages tied with a black ribbon, of the original which was issued December 13, 1843. Record of interrogatory for a trial regarding bales of cotton from Galveston County, Texas, District Court, in the case of Arnold...
    • 8th District Correspondence Envelope

    • Envelopes; Correspondence; Legislators; Politics & government; Politicians;
    • Brown envelope with a stamp in the upper lefthand corner reading "House of Representatives U.S., Part of Congressional Record, Free." M.C. is stamped in the upper right corner. Across the top in blue reads "Misc: D." Also in blue in the middle:...
    • 1833 Record of Interrogatory

    • Law & legal affairs; Witnesses; Debt; Trials, litigation, etc.;
    • Interrogatory answers from witnesses pertaining to C. R. Patton about delivery to Josiah H. Bell's landing, Henry Horn deceased $1154.28 note due January 1, 1838 signed by Thompson amounts, potential benefits or conflicts, boats of William H....
    • 1845 Cotton Trial Interrogation Record

    • Judicial proceedings; Trials, litigation, etc.; Cotton; Republic of Texas; Shipping;
    • Record of Interrogatory for a trial regarding bales of cotton shipped in April 1843, prepared for the Galveston County, Texas District Court, in the case of Arnold Thomason versus Henry M. Smyth, to be answered before the Chief Justice of...
    • Thomas to DeLand, 10-24-1936

    • Letters; Correspondence; Government officials; Legislators; Politicians; Politics & government; Friendship;
    • This is a typed letter addressed to H.E. DeLand c/o The Borden Company in Houston Texas from Albert Thomas. Thomas thanks DeLand for his efforts in getting Thomas a Congressional nomination. Thomas ends the letter by stating he hopes that his...
    • Thomas to DeLand 10-24-1936

    • Letters; Legislators; Correspondence; Government officials; Politicians; Politics & government; Political elections; Political campaigns; Friendship;
    • This is a typed letter addressed to H.E. DeLand c/o The Borden Company in Houston Texas from Albert Thomas. Thomas thanks DeLand for his efforts in getting Thomas a Congressional nomination. Thomas ends the letter by stating he hopes that his...

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