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    1835 The Texas Republican , four pages, 7.75" x 12.25". Brazoria, July 25, 1835. Vol. 1 No. 47. Printed and published by Franklin C. Gray. According to some sources, Gray and his wife were suspected of trying to effect the escape of Antonio López de Santa Anna after San Jacinto and this accusation destroyed the paper's influence. The weekly newspaper, which began publication on July 5, 1834, ceased to exist in August 1836. This issue contains: (1) Samuel M Williams "To The People Of Texas" address defending his part in the "400 League Grant" scandal; the broadside of this was printed by F.C. Gray, Streeter 110, showing only two copies of the broadside; (2) Address of Domingo de Ugartechea re tranquility in Coahuila y Texas; (3) Small card ad from W. Barrett Travis requesting "a suspension of public opinion in regard the Capture of the Fort of Anuhuac, until he can appear before the public with all the facts" [See Barker's Mexico and Texas, p. 155 re this card printed by Travis]; (4) Notice from Dr. Anson Jones who "has associated his Cousin Dr Ira Jones with himself in the Practice of his profession." This particular issue is included in the MB Lamar Papers, Vol I, pp. 213-220; No.s 206, 208, 210 and 212 (the issue itself). Sheets partially separated, three horizontal folds. In fine condition. From the collection of Darrel Brown.

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