Andrew Jackson Donelson to Sam Houston, November 12, 1847

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Andrew Jackson Donelson to Sam Houston, November 1847

Berlin. Nov. 12th. 1847

My dear Sir,

I have not heard any thing of

you, or from you, except in an English publication

of your reply to Mr. Tyler's letter on the

Texas question. I suppose, however, by the

time this reaches Washington you will be

there, and busy with the consideration of the

grave questions produced by the Mexican War.

Yet, you may not be indisposed to read a

line from me, and to know that although

distant from my old range, I take a

deep interest in all that concerns the

actors upon it.

This portion of Europe as a general

rule, sees the United States only through

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Andrew Jackson Donelson to Sam Houston, November 12, 1847. Andrew Jackson Houston Papers #3654, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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