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    Francis Richard Lubbock
Full name: Francis Richard Lubbock
Biography: Handbook of Texas Online
Party: Democrat
Term as Lt.Governor: December 21, 1857 - December 21, 1859

Legislatures as Lt. Governor: 
7 R.S. (November 2, 1857 - February 16, 1858)
8 R.S. (November 7, 1859 - February 13, 1860)

Other legislative offices held:
Governor (November 7, 1861 - November 5, 1863)

Other elected state or federal offices held:
Comptroller, Republic of Texas (1837 - 1839)
Comptroller, Republic of Texas (1841 - 1842)
State Treasurer (1879 - 1891)

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