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Texas, its claims to be recognised as an independent power by Great Britain : examined in a series of letters

TEXAS:
ITS
CLAIMS TO BE RECOGNISED
AS AN

INDEPENDENT

POWER,

BY
GREAT BRITAIN;
XA.MINTED IN

A SERIES OF

LETTERS,

BY JOHN SCOBLE.
LONDON:
IIARVEY AND DARTON, 55, GRACECHURCII STREET;
hALL, AR^NOLD AND CO., 34, PATERNOSTER now; IIATCIARD AND SON,
1S7, PICCADILLY ; AND AT 'rITE OFFICE OF TIE BRITISII AND FOREIGN
ANTI SL.AVERY SOCIETY, 27, NEW lROAD STREET.
MDCCCXXXIX.

Scoble, John. Texas, its claims to be recognised as an independent power by Great Britain : examined in a series of letters. London. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth6108/. Accessed May 1, 2016.

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