The war in Texas; a review of facts and circumstances, showing that this contest is a crusade against Mexico, set on foot by slaveholders, land speculators, & c. in order to re-establish, extend, and perpetuate the system of slavery and the slave trade. Page: 9 of 64
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REVIEW OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.
It was then "neck or nothing" with the
speculators and advocates of slavery. They
could not even stand upon the basis of
" State sovereignty," as a great majority of
the citizens of Cohauila and the last
was banished from the Republic. I believe, on some
charge of a treasonable nature. They are both deeply
enpged itn the land speculations before alluded to-but
nerther of them were residents of the State of Coahuila
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Lundy, Benjamin. The war in Texas; a review of facts and circumstances, showing that this contest is a crusade against Mexico, set on foot by slaveholders, land speculators, & c. in order to re-establish, extend, and perpetuate the system of slavery and the slave trade., book, 1837; Philadelphia. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth2414/m1/9/: accessed July 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .