The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 33, July 1929 - April, 1930 Page: 314
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314 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
The next treaty made by Texas was with the Netherlands. The
signing of this agreement took place on September 18, 1840.10r
A treaty was also effected between Texas and the Hanseatic
League, but up to the time of the annexation of Texas to the
United States it was only ratified by one member. Whether Texas
ratified this treaty is not known as the Secret Journals for the last
session of Congress are not available.06
The consular service of Texas was ended by the annexation to
the United States in December, 1845.
10'Hamilton to Lipscomb, October 3, 1840, Garrison, Diplomatic Corre-
spondence of the Republic of Texas, III, 1532, in Am. Hist. Assn. Report,
'0A copy of this treaty may be found in Garrison, Diplomatic Corre-
spondence of the Republic of Texas, III, 1563-1569, in Am. Hist. Assn.
Report, 1908, II.
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