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" The naval force of Texas not being in a situation to be diverted from our immediate defence, will be a sufficient reason why the government of the United States and England should employ such a portion of their force in the Gulf as will at once arrest... "
Southwestern Historical Quarterly - Pàgina 156
1903
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History of South America and Mexico; by J.M. Niles. To which is annexed, a ...

John Milton Niles - 1837
...reason why the government of the United States and England should employ such a portion of their force in the Gulf as will at once arrest the accursed trade,...have power, and withhold their hand from the work of humanity. It will be proper to remark that our attitude in relation to the subject of annexation to...
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Sketch of the history of Spanish America to the revolution. History and ...

John Milton Niles - 1837
...reason why the government of the United States and England should employ such a portion of their force in the Gulf as will at once arrest the accursed trade, and redeem this republic from the BUSpicion of connivance which would be as detrimental to its character as the practice is repugnant...
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History of South America and Mexico: Comprising Their Discovery ..., Volums 1-2

John Milton Niles, L. T. Pease - 1838
...such means as would prevent either the landing or introduction of Africans into our country. picion of connivance which would be as detrimental to its...will remain a blot upon the escutcheon of nations who hare power, and withhold their hand from the work of humanity. It will be proper to remark that our...
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Texas: The Rise, Progress, and Prospects of the Republic of Texas ...

William Kennedy - 1841
...reason why the governments of the United States and England should employ such a portion of their force in the Gulf as will at once arrest the accursed trade...have power, and withhold their hand from the work of humanity." The following paragraph of a later date appeared in a Texan newspaper — the Houston Morning...
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Texas: the Rise, Progress, and Prospects of the Republic of Texas ...

William Kennedy - 1841
...reason why the governments of the United States and England should employ such a portion of their force in the Gulf as will at once arrest the accursed trade...will remain a blot upon the escutcheon of nations \vho have power, and withhold their hand from the work of humanity." The following paragraph of a later...
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The History of the Republic of Texas: From the Discovery of the Country to ...

N. Doran Maillard - 1842 - 512 pàgines
...England should 288 HOUSTON'S SLAVERY PRINCIPLES DEMONSTRATED. employ such a portion of their force in the Gulf as will at once arrest the accursed trade...republic from the suspicion of connivance, which would he as detrimental to its character as the practice is repugnant to the feelings of its citizens. Should...
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Life and Select Literary Remains of Sam Houston of Texas ...

William Carey Crane - 1884 - 672 pàgines
...will be a sufficient reason why the Governments of the United States and England should employ such a portion of their forces in the Gulf as will at once...its citizens. Should the traffic continue, the odium can not rest upon us, but will remain a blot upon the escutcheon of nations who have power, and withhold...
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The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volum 6

Texas State Historical Association - 1903
...'Austin to Wharton, December 16, 1830. — Archives of Texas, File 1, No. 6(i, Diplomatic Correspondence. a portion of their forces in the Gulf as will at once...have power, and withhold their hand from the work of humanity."' In consonance with the President's message, General Memucan Hunt, Texan envoy to the United...
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A History of Texas and Texans, Volum 1

Frank White Johnson - 1914 - 2672 pàgines
...reason why the government of the United States, and England, should employ such a portion of their force in the gulf as will at once arrest the accursed trade...have power and withhold their hand from the work of humanity. ' ' favorable than they have been since Texas assumed her present attitude. . The undeviating...
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A History of Texas and Texans, Volum 1

Frank White Johnson - 1914
...reason why the government of the United States, and England, should employ such a portion of their force in the gulf as will at once arrest the accursed trade...character as the practice is repugnant to the feelings of Hs citizens. Should the traffic continue, the odium cannot rest upon us, but will remain a blot upon...
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