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    [Texas and the Slave Issue] Archive of Eight Congressional Resolutions Regarding Slavery and Texas including: Report and Resolutions of the Legislature of Vermont, On the subject of Texas, Slavery, the Slave Trade, &c. February 14, 1838. (25th Congress, 2d Session, Doc. No. 182). [Washington]: Thomas Allen, print., [1838]. 8vo. 4 pp. Disbound. Near fine. [and:] Resolutions of the Legislature of Massachusetts, Relative to the admission of Texas into the Union. Resolves concerning the admission of the slaveholding nation of Texas into the Union. December 15, 1845. (29th Congress, 1st Session, Doc. No. 35). [Washington]: Ritchie & Heiss, print., [1845]. 8vo. Two pages. Disbound. Slight toning, else fine. [and:] Resolutions of the Legislature of Vermont, Against the admission of Texas into the Union without the consent of all the other States of the Union. December 27, 1845. (29th Congress, 1st Session). [no publication data]. [1845]. 8vo. One page. Disbound. Toned, else fine. [and:] Resolutions of the Legislature of New Hampshire, in relation to slavery. February 19, 1847. (29th Congress, 2d Session). [Washington]: Ritchie & Heiss, print., [1847]. 8vo. Two pages. Disbound. Fine. [and:] Resolutions of the Legislature of Connecticut, in relation to slavery. December 20, 1847. (30th Congress, 1st Session). [Washington]: Tippin & Streeper, print., [1847]. 8vo. Two pages. Disbound. Fine. [and:] Resolutions of the Legislature of Texas Protesting Against the relinquishment by the United States of conquered Mexican provinces or States in their possession without indemnity; and also against any law which shall be intended to prevent the citizens of slaveholding States from taking the property with them in emigrating to said acquired territory. February 28, 1848. (30th Congress, 1st Session). [Washington]: Tippin & Streeper, printers, [1848]. 8vo. Two pages. Disbound. Fine. [and:] Resolutions of the Legislature of Texas, in Relation to the proviso, slavery, the tariff, and the war with Mexico. May 18, 1848. (30th Congress, 1st Session). [Washington]: Tippin & Streeper, printers, [1848]. 8vo. Two pages. Disbound. Fine. [and:] Resolutions of the Legislature of Texas on the subject of slavery. April 23, 1850. (31st Congress, 1st Session). [no publication data], [1850]. 8vo. Two pages. Disbound. Fine.
    References: Raines, p. 209.


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