Daniel Webster to Governor of Texas Transmitting Copy of 1850 Boundary Act

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State, and firmly attached, as
he doubts not she is, to the
Union, he trusts that the terms
proposed by congress may be
regarded by her as quite com=

patible with her own sense of
what is due to her interests,
and to her honor and character;
and that he shall have the
pleasure, at the next meeting
of Congress, of laying before
that body her assent to those

I have the honor to be, with
great respect, Your Excellency's most
obedient and humble Servant,

Dan'l Webster



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