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the valley of the Tuxpan after the first four years. While the
present writer suspects that not all the southerners were uprooted
immediately upon the hushing of the records, he must leave the
imaginations of the readers unsatiated until the appearance of the
novelists.30
"Add to the citations already made a communication of the American
minister to Mexico, January 5, 1870, in Mexican Despatches, XXXVIII;
The Daily Picayune, February 12, 1868.

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