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    [Juan Martin de Veramendi.] Lista Que Manifiesta el Prestamo y Donativo Voluntario... Saltillo, Mexico: Imprenta del Gobierno a cargo del C. Jose Maria Praxedis Sandobal, 1825. Folio (8.5" x 12"), 4pp. Very good condition.

    "For a long time Saltillo was the capital of Coahuila and Texas, and this is the first item of Texas interest to be printed there. It deals with the establishment of a tobacco factory at Saltillo, and lists contributions made to effect it. Veramendi was first alcalde of [San Antonio de] Bexar, and lists sums collected there, all in 'Texas paper money.' A note referring to the Bexar subscription indicates that paper money was not acceptable; other communities contributing in wine and brandy are not so challenged. Salud!" (quoted from Eberstadt 162-874).

    Reference: Streeter 704. Yale Exhibition 49.

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