1840 Manuscript & Printed Republic of Texas Galveston Island Land Patent Document Signed By President Mirabeau B. Lamar
(Americana - 19th Century - Republic of Texas - Manuscript)

Texas: Not Published, 1840. F A printed Land Grant (Patent) filled out in manuscript and signed by Mirabeau B. Lamar, President of the Republic of Texas and John P(ettit) Borden Commissioner General Land Office, at the City of Austin August 25th 1840. Made out to Oliver Hull for ten acres, lot # 357 in Section number 1 on Galveston Island, "…agreeably to the survey made by R.C. Trimble and William Lindsey., all which will more fully appear by reference to the map of said Island drawn by Andrew A. Phelan. The same having been purchased by Anson Jones and by him assigned to the said Oliver Hull…" Approx. 10 3/4" x 16 1/2" size; printed on thin tissue paper stock, with vignettes at top two corners, an ornamental surround and with the imprint mark of "Greene Lithog. 53 Magazine Street N. Orleans - Bancroft Stationer New Orleans - Fishbourne Scrip." along the inside bottom margin; with the blind-stamp of the Republic. The reverse of the document noting "The State of Texas County of Galveston - The within Patent was filed for record January 25th 1854..." signed by the Clerk of the County Court of Galveston Co., Oscar Farish, with the blind-stamp seal of the court. Some splitting along old fold lines, small holes, edge-wear; faint old discoloration at one corner. In good condition overall and an interesting document regarding the Republic of Texas and specifically the growth and development of Galveston Island; signed by several of the political pioneers of the Republic and State. Good Paperback (Item ID: 24775)


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