HONORABLE GEORGE P. BARKER,
ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE STATE OF NEW-YORK.
MY DEAR SIR,
It is not because you are Attorney General of our own
great State, that I preface these pages with your name. But because I
know your arm and generous spirit, sr corning meanness, hating oppression,
andIuvjqgi stjctrizes above all considerations of party, the welfare
and honor of our commni contryr t - , ., **. ,
I am ever truly yturs,' * T. S.
New-York, April, 1844.
The substance of this pamphlet was first published in the Evening
Post in several essays, under the signature of Veto. Some friends have
thought them worth preserving in a more durable form.
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Sedgwick, Theodore. Thoughts on the proposed annexation of Texas to the United States. New-York. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth2387/. Accessed September 17, 2014.