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The Federal Constitution of the United Mexican States (1824) required each state to draft its own constitution. The state of Coahuila and the former Spanish province of Texas were combined as the state of Coahuila and Texas and the state’s constitution was promulgated in 1827.
Laws and Decrees of the State of Coahuila and Texas, in Spanish and English: to Which Is Added the Constitution of Said State. Trans. J. P. Kimball. Houston: Telegraph Power Press, 1839, pp. 313-342. Streeter 310.
Preamble and Preliminary Provisions
Title I: Legislative Power of the State
Title II: Executive Power Of The State
Title III: Judicial Power