James Reily to Sam Houston, December 27, 1843

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James Reily to Sam Houston, December 1843

seal her independence by negotiation. I have lately written

to Vanzandt, to Benton—Choate—Bayard—Walker—Colquist

Barrow—Porter & Cutterden in regard to our matters & annoy

others as to the necessity of & justice of the US Senate

reconsidering the vote regarding the 4th & 5th Acts of ___ [?]

treaty. Never did I want a few extra dollars so much

in life I would soon be on the way to Washington City[.]

Mrs Reily requests to be remembered to both

yourself & Lady & desires me to say to her that the

very first letter she writes will be to her[.]

Yours most truly

James Reily

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James Reily to Sam Houston, December 27, 1843. Andrew Jackson Houston Papers #3237, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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