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TEXAS:
ITS
CLAIMS TO BE RECOGNISED
AS AN

INDEPENDENT

POWER,

BY
GREAT BRITAIN;
XA.MINTED IN

A SERIES OF

LETTERS,

BY JOHN SCOBLE.
LONDON:
IIARVEY AND DARTON, 55, GRACECHURCII STREET;
hALL, AR^NOLD AND CO., 34, PATERNOSTER now; IIATCIARD AND SON,
1S7, PICCADILLY ; AND AT 'rITE OFFICE OF TIE BRITISII AND FOREIGN
ANTI SL.AVERY SOCIETY, 27, NEW lROAD STREET.
MDCCCXXXIX.

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