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    "Considerations on the propriety and necessity of annexing the Province of Texas to the United States..."

    1830 The Texas Gazette, Vol. 1, No. 22, four pages, 8.5" x 11.75", Austin, May 8, 1830. The first continuing Texas newspaper, The Texas Gazette was first published by Godwin B. Cotton in Austin in 1829 and folded in Brazoria in 1832. Most issues were published in English, although a few were in Spanish. Stephen F. Austin was a frequent contributor, and his articles have given historians a means of examining his policies toward the Mexican government. This May 8, 1830, issue features a reprint from the American Quarterly Review titled "Considerations on the propriety and necessity of annexing the Province of Texas to the United States: by a Revolutionary Officer." The paper is in good condition with usual folds, minor spotting and foxing; small chip at the center fold. From the collection of Darrel Brown.

    Reference: Streeter 1163

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