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TEXAS:
ITS
CLAIMS TO BE RECOGNISED
Aq AN

INDEPENDENT POWER,
Br
GREAT BRITAIN;
TX?CAMINED IN

A SERIES OF LETTERS,
BY JOHN SCOBLE.
LONDON:
IIARVEY AND DARTON, 55, GRACECIURCII STREET;
BAI.T, ARNOLD AND CO., 34, PATERNOSTER ROW; HATCHARD AND SON,
187, PICCADILILY; AND AT THE OFFICE OF TIlE BRITISH AND FOREICN
ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY, 27, NEW BROAD STREET.
NM DCCWX X Xi X.

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