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Messages by Governor Richard B. Hubbard

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Date Title
01/21/1879 Valedictory address of Governor Hubbard in joint session (outgoing address)
01/20/1879 Calling attention to the boundary controversy between the United States and Texas, in which Greer County is involved, and to accompanying communication from the commissioner of the general land office
01/20/1879 Transmitting communication from artist John G. Chapman making propositions for the sale to the State of his lifesize painting of Col. David Crockett, and certificate of Hon. Bailie Peyton, late of Tennessee, as to the fidelity of the artist in giving a lifelike portrait of this historic character who died for the liberties of Texas at the Alamo
01/20/1879 Submitting certified official statement of the comptroller, amounts paid for frontier defense
01/17/1879 Transmitting communication from the late attorney general, Hon. H.H. Boone, relating to his itemized account showing fees received during his term as attorney general
01/17/1879 Transmitting letter from Senator R.S. Guy, relating to his plans to be in his seat "by the last of next week - say about the 23d or 24th instant"
01/16/1879 Announcing death of the Honorable Gustave Schleicher, at the city of Washington, on January 10
01/14/1879 Outgoing message