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38 TEXAS IN 1850.
operation for the religious advancement of the State,
the Church must exert -her legitimate influence, as a
light which cannot be hid. The ministers are to lead
the way; and a high responsibility rests upon them,
that the permanent and enlarged prosperity of this
growing State be secured.

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