The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 16, July 1912 - April, 1913 Page: 83
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British Correspondence Concerning Texas
assured, that as the Archives had not arrived, that He could not
refer to the Proclamation, and I am not certain, as He had been
absent that He had ever seen it; as we had no Mails to the East-
ward, where He was at the time it was promulgated.
Nothing conclusive has been heard of the treaty with the In-
dians, but as usual I hope for the best.
As Congress is called to convene on the 14th Inst. it will afford
me great pleasure to see Her Majesty's Charge d'Affaires. It will
be of much importance to Texas if you could be here one or two
days previous to the, 14th.
Mrs. H. as well as myself have been quite indisposed for some
ten or fifteen days, but are now pretty well with a hope, of better
It will afford me much pleasure, to hear from you by Mr. Scott
on his return. I have many thanks to render you for past favors.
And beseech you to regard me as faithfully Thine.
The Honble. Charles Elliot. etc.
ELLIOT TO ABERDEEN1
No. 15.2 Houston. November 24th. 1842.
In reply to. Your Lordship's despatch No. 16 of the 18th Ultimo,
I have now the honor to transmit the requested information, and
To the Right Honorable
The Earl of Aberdeen, K. T. etc.
IF. 0., Texas, Vol. 4.
2No. 14, Elliot to, Ablerdeen, acknowledging receipt of dispatches, is
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