Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 1, 10 March 1844–1 March 1845

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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fully belongs to these , than to any other general Government: And Whereas it is necessary that the emigrants of that newly setling territory should receive protection: And whereas the Texian Government has petitioned the to be received into our , but yet retains her national existance: And Whereas the remember with gratitude, the seasonable support they received, in a like situation from a La Fayette: And whereas the desire to see the principles of her free institutions extended to all men; especially where it can be done without the loss of blood and treasure to the nation: And whereas there is an almost boundless extent of territory on the west and south [p. [57]]
fully belongs to these , than to any other general Government: And Whereas it is necessary that the emigrants of that newly setling territory should receive protection: And whereas the Texian Government has petitioned the to be received into our , but yet retains her national existance: And Whereas the remember with gratitude, the seasonable support they received, in a like situation from a La Fayette: And whereas the desire to see the principles of her free institutions extended to all men; especially where it can be done without the loss of blood and treasure to the nation: And whereas there is an almost boundless extent of territory on the west and south [p. [57]]
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