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TEXAS:
THE
RISE, PROGRESS, AND PROSPECTS
OF THE

REPUBLIC OF TEXAS.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
BY
WILLIAM KENNEDY, ESQ.

," Texas is one of the finest countries in the world; and yet the Europeans, eager as they
lihve been to make conquests in America, have seemed, almost to the present day, ignorant of
its existence."
history of Louisiana, bIy M. de Mfarbois, Peer (f France, First President of tie
Court of Accounts, under Napoleon and Louis XVIII.
VOL. I.
LONDON:
R. HASTINGS, 13, CAREY STREET,
LINCOLN'S INN.
1841.

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