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Excerpt from Texas and the Boundary Issue, 1822-1829
Red River and branches of the Arkansas are thrown on the Mexi can side, and the navigation of both of these rivers, as well as that of the Sabine, is made common to the respective inhabitants of the two countries. When the countries adjacent to these waters shall become thickly inhabited, collisions and misunderstandings may arise from the community thus established, in the use of their navigation, which it would be well now to prevent.
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