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Proclamation, by the Acting Governor of the Provisional Government of Texas. Whereas, Henry Smith, the late Governor of Texas was, on the 11th day of January last, suspended from further exercise of gubernatorial powers ... I James W. Robinson acting Governor ... have thought proper to issue this, my Proclamation, explaining to the people the nature of the government under which they now live ...

Proclamation, by the Acting Governor of the Provisional Government of Texas. Whereas, Henry Smith, the late Governor of Texas was, on the 11th day of January last, suspended from further exercise of gubernatorial powers ... I James W. Robinson acting Governor ... have thought proper to issue this, my Proclamation, explaining to the people the nature of the government under which they now live ...

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Creator: Texas (Provisional government, 1835). Governor (1836 : Robinson)
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Date: 1836]
Publisher: Printed by Baker & Bordens,
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Dated and signed: Feb. 12th, 1836. James W. Robinson.
Streeter no. 149.
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[2] p. 33 x 23 cm.
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Object ID: 15940984
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