Isaac Van Zandt and James Pinckney Henderson to Anson Jones, April 12, 1844

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Van Zandt and Henderson to Anson Jones, April 1844

Gen. Gaines will soon be at Fort


Jesup, ready to receive any intelligence which


the President of Texas may have to communicate


in regard to the movements of Mexico, and to


move into Texas at any time, by the permission


of the President of Texas, when it may be deemed


advisable.

We have the honor to be


your obt servts

Isaac Van Zandt


J Pinckney Henderson

P.S.


That portion of the foregoing despatch


which is obliterated was done by the


request of Mr Calhoun upon the


same being read to him by us.

I.V.Z.


J.P.H.

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Isaac Van Zandt and James Pinckney Henderson to Anson Jones, April 12, 1844. United States Diplomatic Correspondence, Texas Secretary of State records, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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