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Governor Francis R. Lubbock to J.H. Beck, February 8, 1862

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Francis R. Lubbock to J.H. Beck, February 1862

should they infract [sic] the law.

I trust that the public safety
will be maintained.

I will co-operate with
you in every possible way to
accomplish a result so very
desirable.

If any further developments
are made, I should be pleased to
hear from you.

I am sir
Very truly
Yr friend
F.R. Lubbock

A true copy
WM Walton

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Governor Francis R. Lubbock to J.H. Beck, February 8, 1862. Records of Governor Francis R. Lubbock, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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