The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 88, July 1984 - April, 1985 Page: 180
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Therefore, having stated the main concerns that I thought should
be called to your attention, I commend them to Your Lordship's keen
intelligence in order that, in view of their merits and my interest in
the advancement of such a rich province, you may direct and order
the attainment of the objectives under Your Lordship's wise leader-
ship. I pray God to grant you many years of life.
Mexico, August 19, 1774
Your most humble servant kisses Your Lordship's feet.
Thomas Phelipe de Winthuysen
Frederick West Lander, one of two emissaries sent by Abraham
Lincoln to Sam Houston. This portrait for a carte de visite
was made by the Mathew B. Brady studio in New York.
Courtesy of The Essex Institute, Salem, Massachusetts.
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