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    [Moseley Baker]. To the Hon. John Quincy Adams, and the Other Twenty Members of Congress Who Addressed 'The People of the Free States of the Union,' Remonstrating Against the Annexation of Texas to the American Union. [Houston: Telegraph Office. 1843.] 7pp. 5.75" x 9". Signed in print by John Adams (pseudonym), October 20, 1843. The printed letter urges Congressman John Quincy Adams not to oppose the annexation of Texas. Toned and foxed.
    Reference: Streeter 552.


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