Author Biographical Info

Robert Anderson Irion (1804-1861) was a physician, surveyor, and secretary of state for the Republic of Texas under Sam Houston's first term of presidency.

Publication Date

1834

Identifier

MS021-057

Keywords

Historical documents, 19th century, Texas, Houston (TX), ephemera (general object genre), authorization, legal documents, compensation (economic concept), government records » state government records

Location

Houston (TX)

Abstract

Authorization to pay Don Manuel Carabajal twelve hundred dollars, per a restitution of Congress, for delivering the laws of Coahuila and Texas to the Secretary of State, signed by R.A. Irion, See more at John P. McGovern, MD Collection of Texas Historical Medical Documents and its finding aid.

Comments

Digital copy made available by Texas Medical Center Library.

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