The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 64, July 1960 - April, 1961 Page: 383
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Notes and Documents 383
treaty, and altho.' these men shipped in Texas I have not been able
to recover them. I deem it my duty to inform you of these facts
and that I have observed most scrupulously the neutrality of the
This vessel is now under way, and I hope not to have to visit
this port again in one of our vessels until we are at peace with
Very Respecty (etc.) 19
o1William R. Manning (ed.), Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States
(12 vols.; Washington, 1939), XII (Doc. No. 58o6), 2o.
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