The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 6, July 1902 - April, 1903 Page: 299
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iThe Disturbances at Anahuac. 299
His knowledge of the English language will give more facilities in
his intercourse with the people than could exist with a collector
who was unacquainted with that language. I therefore particularly
recommend the utmost harmony with him, and that he be sustained
in the discharge of his duty by all, regardless of the clamors of a
few transient traders who would involve the honest farmer in diffi-
culty with the authorities, if they could increase their profits
'Brown, Life of Henry Smith, 20--21.
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