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Constitutions of Texas Subject Index: U

U

United Mexican States

Coahuila and Texas loyalty to

1827 - Preliminary Provisions, Article 4

executive

1824 - Title IV, Sections 1-6

form of government and constituents

1824 - Title II, Articles 4-6

geographic boundaries

1824 - Title I, Article 2

judiciary

1824 - Title V, Sections 2-7

legislature

1824 - Title III, Sections 2-7

states rights and responsibilities

1824 - Title VI, Sections 1-3

See also Coahuila and Texas, Mexican state of

United States of America

election of representatives to

1866 - Article III, section 32
1869 - Article III, section XXXVI

governor's relationship to

1876 - Article IV, section 10

harmonization of state constitution to

1869 - Article I

illegality of secession from

1869 - Article XII, section XXXIII

loyalty to

1868 - Article VII, section 2
1876 - Article I, section 1

and militia establishment

1845 - Article VI
1868 - Article VI

prohibition on holding state office

1845 - Article VII, section 13
1861 - Article III, section 25; Article VII, section 13
1866 - Article VII, section 13
1868 - Article VII, section 13
1876 - Article XVI, section 12

prohibition on legislators voting for national candidates

1866 - Article III, section 23

prohibition on payment by state to officers of

1876 - Article XVI, section 33

provision for military facilities on state lands

1876 - Article XVI, section 34

restriction on voting by non-state residents

1845 - Article III, section 1

as terminator of slavery institution

1866 - Article VIII, section 1

transition of appropriate activities to

1845 - Article XIII, section 8

universities and colleges

University of Texas

unorganized counties

unreasonable search and seizure, protection from