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Proceedings of the senate and documents relative to Texas from which the injunction of secrecy has been removed 28th congress, 1st session [bound with] Message from the president of the United States, communicating certain information in reply to a resolution of the senate of the 22d May, 1844 [also bound with] Message of June 3 1844

Proceedings of the senate and documents relative to Texas from which the injunction of secrecy has been removed
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GPO, [Washington]. [1844], First item, The proceedings: 119p., disbound and pasted into makeshift wraps, intact and complete, a poor copy, once carelessly folded in half vertically with various rumplings along the fold, now flattened. A top-edge dampstain has affected every leaf with mild discoloration and a very odd scatter of minute bumps (perhaps from some element in paperstock or liquid having come out of solution). Foxing, of course. The wrapper was devised of thick marbled paper and is irregularly faded and stained, and blank verso bears illegible old pencilled notes. Second item, The message, which also concerns Texas annexation: 12p., same problems. Third item, a single page printed on a single leaf. As is. Senate documents 341, 349, 351.

Cat.No: 170747

Price: $45.00

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