The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 16, July 1912 - April, 1913 Page: 213
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British, Correspondence Concerning Texas 213
that subject, and they were strongly averse to the least interfer-
ence of this Country in that struggle.
I have to make an excuse for my hard hand writing, but bad
as it always is, I write with some considerable discomfort from
sickness, in the hot room of a HI-ouston Boarding House which
is a manner of existence that I would not wish to. my worst
unfriends, and I have had bitter. The Steam Boat is to leave for
New Orleans tomorrow, and having no time or convenience to
write a despatch from here.-I shall take the liberty of enclosing
a copy of this letter to Mr. Addington. I should add that the
President wished the Communication to you to be made in a
His Excellency Richard Packenham, Esqr.
[Endorsed] In letter from Captain Elliot of April 15. 1843.
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