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To the Honorable James Kerr ... Perceiving, from your handbill of the 4th inst., that you have united the reputation of an author to that of counsellor ... I beg leave to ask you a few short and friendly questions ... on some of the subjects referred to in your fatherly address, "To the People of Texas" ...

To the Honorable James Kerr ... Perceiving, from your handbill of the 4th inst., that you have united the reputation of an author to that of counsellor ... I beg leave to ask you a few short and friendly questions ... on some of the subjects referred to in your fatherly address, "To the People of Texas" ...

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Creator: Resident volunteer
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Date: [1836]
Publisher: Printed by Baker and Bordens
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Dated and signed: January 15, 1836. A Resident Volunteer.
Streeter no. 183.
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Broadside ; 27 x 18 cm.
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