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A complete history of Texas for schools, colleges and general use . Wisconsin created.The Me.xican republic ends. GREAT BRITAIN. 1833.—The Reformed Parliament meets. Daniel OConnell in parlia-ment. Slavery abolished in the British colonies. Edmund Keanand Wilberforce died. 1834.—New Poor Law passed. System of national education begun.Agitation by OConnell in Ireland. Houses of Parliament burnt.Ministry of Sir Robert Peel. 1835.—Death of James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd. Municipal Cor-porations Act passed, restoring local government to towns, wliich liadbeen taken away in the fourteenth century

A complete history of Texas for schools, colleges and general use . Wisconsin created.The Me.xican republic ends. GREAT BRITAIN. 1833.—The Reformed Parliament meets. Daniel OConnell in parlia-ment. Slavery abolished in the British colonies. Edmund Keanand Wilberforce died. 1834.—New Poor Law passed. System of national education begun.Agitation by OConnell in Ireland. Houses of Parliament burnt.Ministry of Sir Robert Peel. 1835.—Death of James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd. Municipal Cor-porations Act passed, restoring local government to towns, wliich liadbeen taken away in the fourteenth century Stock Photo
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A complete history of Texas for schools, colleges and general use . Wisconsin created.The Me.xican republic ends. GREAT BRITAIN. 1833.—The Reformed Parliament meets. Daniel OConnell in parlia-ment. Slavery abolished in the British colonies. Edmund Keanand Wilberforce died. 1834.—New Poor Law passed. System of national education begun.Agitation by OConnell in Ireland. Houses of Parliament burnt.Ministry of Sir Robert Peel. 1835.—Death of James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd. Municipal Cor-porations Act passed, restoring local government to towns, wliich liadbeen taken away in the fourteenth century. 1836.—Act passed allowing Dissenters civil marriage. General Registra-tion Act. Continued agitation in Ireland. EUROPE.1833. —Donna Maria, Queen of Portugal. Isabella II., Queen of Spain.1834.—Death of Lafayette. Monasteries abolished in Portugal.1835.—Ferdinand I., Emperor of Austria. Death of Humboldt.1836.—M. Thiers, first minister of Louis Philippe in France. Death ofCharles X. of France and Abb^ Siey^s. Period III. TheRevolution 1832 TO1836. periob TO. THE REPUBLIC.-1836-1846. ¥¥ CHAPTER XV. Governmentat Velasco Volunteersfrom theUnited States Hostility toSanta Anna Events following San Jacinto ; Troubles in the Army; First General Election; Organization of the Permanent Government. T HE government having been established at Velasco, thecourse of events was for a time somewhat confused anddisorderly. Some changes had taken place in thecomposition of the Cabinet. Lamar was now secretaryof war ; Samuel P. Carson being disabled by sickness, James B.Collinsworth was secretary of state ; and David Thomas havingbeen accidentally killed, Peter W. Grayson was attorney-general.Meanwhile the volunteers from the United States and else-where continued to arrive, until June i, 1836, the army hadincreased to nearly twenty-five hundred men, and many of themwere not of the most conservative and obedient character.Among the prominent new arrivals were General Felix Hust

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