Proceedings of the Senate and Documents Relative to Texas, from which the Injunction of Secrecy Has Been Removed Page: 92 of 119
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ky the-immortal Wash.ing,tton " Jlia ,ia i'hraecter in its o,wn .eeeping and
ni,e. no' admonittlns .from any.qua,ter to prevent it from stain or dishonor.
Tl)e luidersigned renews t,o is( excellrecy J,ose6 Maria de 'Bocanegra,
tinm.str of Foreign Relations, and
if they are deprived of this means for the support of their measures, what
other can they have, in order to become acquainted. with the circumstances
which require their attebtion ?
In the offices of the Department of State are documents which induced
the belief in a new invasion, and the order of General Houston for its cessation
destroys all doubt on the subject.
With regard to the incorporation of Texas in the United States, the principal
object of this note, and on which the Hon. Mr. Thompson treats in
his reply of the 24th of August last, the information is still more positive,
as to an affair which neither is nor can be indifferent to the Supreme Governmtent
of Mexico, because it has calculated and foreseen the. exaggerated
pretensions of those who in the United States support the pretensions of
the adventurers of Texas. The communications, public and private, from
that country, its newspapers, and the rumors there current, and the invitation
signed at Washington on the 5th" of March of this year, are circumstances
whtich cannot be treated as vague rumors. The fact that the Gen
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United States. Congress. Senate. Proceedings of the Senate and Documents Relative to Texas, from which the Injunction of Secrecy Has Been Removed, book, 1844; [Washington]. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth2363/m1/92/: accessed August 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .