Early Laws of Texas; General Laws from 1836 to 1879, Relating to Public Lands, Colonial Contracts, Headrights, Pre-Emptions, Grants of Land to Railroads and Other Corporations, Conveyances, Descent, Distribution, Marital Rights,

Early Laws of Texas; General Laws from 1836 to 1879, Relating to Public Lands, Colonial Contracts, Headrights, Pre-Emptions, Grants of Land to Railroads and Other Corporations, Conveyances, Descent, Distribution, Marital Rights,

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 edition. Excerpt: ... necessity for a further treaty with the Republic of. Mexico. p. 25. ART. 2319.--AN ACT to regulate the election of district surveyors. p. _26. ART. 2320.--AN ACT explanatory of an act, entitled: "An act for the relief of certain persons formerly prisoners in Mexico," approved February 9th, 1850. p. 27. ART. 2321.--AN ACT to define the time of holding the district courts in the tenth judicial district. p. 27. ART. 2322.--AN ACT relating to lost certificates of public debt of the late Republic of Texas. p. 28. ART. 2323.--AN ACT to create the thirteenth judicial district. February 5, p. 29. ART. 2324.--AN ACT supplementary-to "An act relating to lands in Peters' colony," approved February 10th, 1852. p. 30. 1.--Be it enacted, etc., That the commissioner of the general land oficc be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to issue patents to all colonists of Peters' colony, or their assigns, who have made, or may hereafter make, their locations by virtue of their colonial headright certificates, and return the same to the general land office, in the same manner as prescribed by the fourth section of the 'act to which this is a supplement, for filing with the agent of the company so soon as the maps of said company shall be furnished to the commissioner of the general land oflice, showing the laud the colonist claims, and the same is found not to conflict with legal surveys previously made; and until patents are issued, all locations by the company's surveys shall be suflicient to maintain an action of trespass to try title. Ante, Art. 2256. 2.--That the colonists of Peters' colony, who have not made their locations and files, as provided for in the fourth section of the...show more

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