The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 19, July 1915 - April, 1916 Page: 310
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The Southwestern Ilistorical Quarterly
William Kennedy, Esqr.
Her Britannick M-ajesty's Consul,
[Endorsed]. No. 1. In Mr Consul Kennedy's despatch marked
"Private" of December 6th. 1844.
KENNEDY TO PRTNCE OF SOLMS28
[Enclosure.]. Her Majesty's Consulate.
Copy. Galveston December 6th. 1844.
Dear Prince Charles,
I have the honor to, acknowledge the receipt of your interesting
communication, dated the 3rd Instant.
It will afford me great pleasure to be the medium of submit-
ting the suggestions contained in your letter to the consideration
of Her Majesty's Government.-As an officer of that Government,
I behg to tender my respectful acknowledgments of the friendly
sentiments you have expressed towards the British Crown-Ger-
many and England, as you remark, have always been "nearly and
faithfully allied," and who can doubt the permanence of an alli-
ance whose basis has been, not merely a common interest, but
harmony of a national character and reciprocal good faith?
Permit me to, add that I very sensibly appreciate your obliging
expressions with regard to myself.
To,. H. S. H.
Charles Prince of Solms.
[Endorsed.] No. 2. In Mr Consul Kennedy's despatch Marked
--"Private" of December 6th 1844.
ELLIOT TO ABERDEEN29
No 15. Galveston December 10th. 1844.
I have the honour to report my arrival at this place on the 7th
Instant in Her Majesty's Ship "Spartan" (sailed on the same day
to Vera Cruz) and I shall proceed by the first opportunity to
2"F. O., Texas, Vol. 10.
2"F. O., Texas, Vol. 9.
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