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    [Confederate Texas]. Pendleton Murrah Confederate Bond Signed "P. Murrah" as governor. One partially-printed page, 9.25" x 7.75", Austin, June 2, 1865. Issued nearly three weeks after the final battle of the Civil War was fought at Palmito Ranch, Texas, this bond certifies that "the State of Texas is indebted to J.W. Zacharie . . . the sum of One Thousand Dollars . . . payable twelve years after the close of the present war, between the Confederate States of America and the United States of America." Countersigned by state treasurer C. H. Randolph. Docketed on the verso, causing minor ink bleed-through. Folds. Ink blooming is places. Small staining spot near the upper edge along the left vertical fold.

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    14th Saturday
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