5 edition of Debates in the Texas Constitutional convention of 1875 found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Seth Shepard McKay.|
|Contributions||McKay, Seth Shepard, 1888-1969.|
|LC Classifications||JK4825 1875 .A15|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., 471 p.|
|Number of Pages||471|
|LC Control Number||34021400|
Author of Journal of the Reconstruction Convention, An ordinance to dissolve the union between the state of Texas and the other states, united under the compact styled "The Constitution of the United States of America", To the people of Texas, A declaration of the causes which impel the state of Texas to secede from the federal union, Manifiesto al pueblo de Tejas i constitucion de los Estados. The Constitution of the State of Texas is the document that establishes the structure and function of the government of the U.S. state of Texas, and enumerates the basic rights of the citizens of Texas.. The current document was adopted on Febru , and is the seventh constitution in Texas history (including the Mexican constitution).
The Texas State Historical Association Quarterly Report includes "Papers read at the meetings of the Association, and such other contributions as may be accepted by the Committee" (volume 1, number 1). These include historical sketches, biographical material, personal accounts, and other research. Index is located at the end of the volume starting on page Author: Eugene C. Barker. Original Publishing: Texas. Constitutional Convention.. Journal Of The Constitutional Convention Of The State Of Texas, Begun And Held At The City Of Austin, September 6th, Galveston, Printed For The Convention At The "News"" Office", Subject: Texas Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to Author: Texas. Constitutional Convention.
Filed under: Constitutional law -- Texas. Constitution of the State of Texas, Adopted by the Constitutional Convention Begun in the City of Austin, Texas on September 6th, , and Finished November 24th, (with notes by the editor; Austin: Gammel Book Co., ), by Texas, ed. by D. B. Axtell (multiple formats at ). Full text of "Constitution of the State of d by the Constitutional Convention begun in the city of Austin, Texas on September 6th, , and finished November 24th, ; ratified by the people February 15th ; in force from the 18th day of April
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McKay] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Texas. McKay, Seth Shepard. Debates in the Texas Constitutional Convention of [Early Women's Suffrage Entry] [Seth Shepard [Editor] McKay] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. THETEXAS CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION OF MR. BRUCE moved to amend Section 2 by reducing the term of the Supreme Court judges from eight to six years, and to reduce their salaries from$4,to $3,ayear.
movedto amendbyreducing the termto four yeas. GENERALWHITEFIELDmoveda substitute for the section, whichre. THETEXAS CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION OF such occupations andpursuits as it mightdeemto the interest of the State to tax, but prevents counties, cities, and towns from leTying a tax on occupations and pursuits, but the Legislature might provide by law that such occupation or income tax collected by the State, or any part thereof, maghtbe returned to the county for the benefit.
Septem Motion to hire a stenographer to report the debates. Discussion concerning legislative intent of the Convention and cost of the report.
Resolution to hire a stenographer adopted. Septem Debate concerning replacement for M.H. Goddin, 15th Senatorial : Tarlton Admin. ceedmgs of convention, 36; on post-ponement of election of December,; on powers of the con-stltutlonal convention, on election of Lieutenant-Governor,96; on amending the constitution, on Governor’s salary,on poll tax for support of public schools, ; on registration of voters in crees, ; on land title question,onpublic.
38 THE TEXAS CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION OF MR. JACOBWAELDER, of Bexar, argued that if there wasno doubt nthe mindofthe Speaker as to the point of order being well taken, it should be given to the Convention.
ALEappealedfor caution in the decision of the Chair, as it was a question affecting the future government of the Conven-tion. THETEXAS CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION OF a proper time to incorporate a new r6glme. Was it the time to enlarge the jurisdiction of justices of the peace andturn them loose onthe people.
Hethoughtnot. Hesaid he thought the schemeof increasing their jurisdiction from $ to $ would only aggre-rate the evil, as it gave two trials where there should be only one. Issues and Delegates at the Constitutional Convention of The Constitutional Convention of was the result of the determination of the Democrats of Texas to eliminate the radical Constitution of A strong movement to have the changes in that document made by a legislative joint committee and then submitted to the voters failed in.
Debate on Railroads, Third Reading. Fifty-Third Day, November 5, Debates in the Texas Constitutional Convention ofpp.Seth Shepard McKay, editor.
The University of Texas at Austin, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives. Text of the constitutions and foundational documents of the State of Texas, with original document scans.
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Preamble - Article I: Bill of Rights; Article II: The Powers of GovernmentAuthor: Tarlton Admin. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION OF The Constitutional Convention of was the result of the determination of the Democrats of Texas to eliminate the radical Constitution of A strong movement to have the changes in that document made by a legislative joint committee and then submitted to the voters failed in the House of Representatives because of a belief that the electorate.
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Debate on Women's Suffrage Petition, October 4, In addition to Weaver's resolution, a petition was submitted to the Constitutional Convention by Sarah Hiatt of West Texas. Her petition was accepted after the debate shown here and referred to the Committee on Suffrage.
Like the Weaver resolution, it died in committee. Hardback Volumes VII through XII of the DEBATES OF THE MISSOURI CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION OFedited by Isidor Loeb and Floyd Shoemaker, and published in (through ) by The State Historical Society of Missouri, Columbia;,and pages.
The books are not ex-library and they are in good Rating: % positive. While the country was gripped by depression from toTexas's new Democratic governor, Richard Coke, and the legislature worked to remove Reconstruction policies, decentralize government, and regain political control in Texas by holding a Constitutional Convention in in Austin.Text of the Constitution of the State of Texas, with original document scans.
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