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The uprising of Texas settlers against Mexico, reports, various incidents, independence of Texas, the Mexican government's attitude on the subject and to representatives of the government of the United States. U.S. invasion. Diplomatic relations between Mexico and the United States of America. p. 1-145.

"Message of Reprisals" from the President of the United States to the Congress, requesting a declaration of war on Mexico and the convening of a settlement of claims from the United States against Mexico, signed in Washington, DC on 10 September 1838. p. 146-296.

U.S. invasion. Protest from the government of Mexico against the United States for allowing maritime trade with the Texas rebels from escorted convoys by American warships. U.S. government response. p. 297-309.

The United States requests the release of the American ships "Champeon" and "Julius Caesar", seized by the Mexican fleet while blockading the ports of Texas. p. 310-327.

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Archivo Historico De La Secretaria De Relaciones Exteriores L_E_1079



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