Description[Confederate Imprint]. House of Representatives, Jan. 19, 1865 - Laid on the table and ordered to be printed. Resolutions of the State of Texas, Concerning Peace, Reconstruction, and Independence. [Richmond]: . 6.25" x 9.75". 3 printed pages on integral second leaf. Disbound. Confederate imprint setting forth a resolution of Texas issued by Texas Secretary of State Robert J. Townes dated November 12, 1864, stating that Texas is determined to keep waging war even when all appears hopeless. Also calls for a continuation of African slavery in the Confederate states. Townes signed the address calling for the meeting of the Secession Convention.
Condition: Toned at the edges, a few trivial splits at the bound edge and old smoothed fold creases, else very good.
Reference: Parrish 788.
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