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ister who visited him frequently, he confided, "My views as to
the propriety and possibilities of success of this wicked revolution
have undergone no change."" But the task of reconciliation had
not begun too soon, for by June he was quite ill, and although
for a time it seemed he might recover, on July 26, at 6:15 P.M.,
his opposition to secession ended-with his death.
56Paschal, "Last Years of Houston," Harper's Magazine, XXXII, 634.

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