DescriptionThomas J. Rusk Document Signed. Two partially-printed pages, 6.25" x 5", August 3, 1836. A certificate requesting compensation for a lost bay horse, valued at seventy-five dollars, while in service to Texas. Signed at the lower left by Thomas Jefferson Rusk, while he was serving as the first Texas Secretary of War.
Condition: Extremely fragile, with separation occurring at the smoothed folds, and repairs made with two squares of tape. Heavy toning and foxing throughout, with chipped edges. Pencil notations near Rusk's signature.
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