The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 38, July 1934 - April, 1935 Page: 134
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says have not arrived are lacking, this representation is premature,
and it is couched in such ill-advised terms that it has displeased
me exceedingly, and caused me great surprise that ministers of
such experience and high rank should have allowed it to reach
Thus we see that the high officials of Spain, both at home and
in America fully realized the dangers to the colonial empire from
the French settlement of Louisiana and understood the nature of
their activities, but the first received a reprimand for their zeal
and the second were left powerless to apply the necessary remedies
to check the advances and strengthen Spain's claim to Texas.
"Dunn, Spanish and French Rivalry in the Gulf Coast Region, 215.
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