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    [George M. Patrick]. Republic of Texas Land Purchase. Three pages, 7.75" x 10", "County of Harrisburg," September 22, 1838, regarding the purchase from George M. Patrick "three fourths of a league of Land & one Labor a part of his head Eight and also one Labor surveyed for him by...S. B. Woods" in the amount of "Ten Thousand the Money of the Republic of Texas." Signed by Hamlet Ferguson and witnessed by S. B. Woods. Folds and light foxing. Very good.

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    Patrick served under William B. Travis in 1835 at the capture of Anahuac in 1835 and was one of the signers of the articles that brought into existence the provisional government of Texas during the Consultation of 1835. His farm was occupied by the Texas government for a time during the Runaway Scrape in 1836.

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    March, 2012
    3rd Saturday
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