The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 7, July 1903 - April, 1904 Page: 73
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Letter from Sam Houston. 73
as the Miser does his treasure with anguish and regret[.] There-
fore I will calmly await the event. I wish no hint of this matter!
Will you please state to me the probable quantity of land, within
the chartered limits of this State, to which the Indian title is not
extinguished, and the probable amount of money it wou'd bring if
sold. I wish this information now, if you please. May all felicity,
and every success present and future be yours. Unalterably thy
Gov Jos McMinn.
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