The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 17, July 1913 - April, 1914 Page: 188
The Southwestern Historical Quarterly
CORRESPONDENCE FROM THE BRITISH ARCHIVES
CONCERNING TEXAS, 1837-1846
EDITED BY EPHRTAM DOUGLASS ADAMS
KENNEDY TO ABERDEEN1
Galveston-August 6th. 1843.
The information which I have the honor to submit to Your
Lordship has been tendered to me by a party concerned in the
transactions to which it refers, upon the condition that I would
not Communicate it to any person now resident in Texas.
The facts set forth in documents placed before me relate to. the
islands of Cozumel and Mugeres, or "Mohair," situated on the
coast of Yucatan, and claimed as part of the territory of Mexico,
but they bear more closely and immediately upon Cozumel, than
upon Mugeres.-Subjoined is a rude outline of the form of Coz-
umel, with Sections marked for first, second, and third "choice."
1F. O., Texas, Vol. 7.
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