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" We do not desire to have domestic slavery within our borders ; and until the time shall arrive for our admission into the Union as a State, we desire to be protected by Congress against their introduction among us. "
Legislative Manual ... - Page 139
by New Mexico. Legislative assembly - 1905
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Friends' Review: A Religious, Literary and Miscellaneous Journal, Volume 2

Enoch Lewis, Samuel Rhoads - Society of Friends - 1849
...the dismemberment of our (their) territory, in favour of Texas, or for any cause." They also say, " We do not desire to have domestic slavery within our borders, and until the time shall arrive for our admission into the Union, we desire to be protected by Congress against its introduction amongst...
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The American Whig Review

Philosophy - 1849
...territory in favor of Texas, and containing the following clause on the subject of slavery : — " We do not desire to have domestic slavery •within our borders, and until the time shall arrive for our admissi on into the Union as a State, we de-ire to be protected by Congress against their introduction...
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The Statesman's Manual: The Addresses and Messages of the ..., Volume 4

United States. President - United States - 1853
...territory in favor of Texas, and containing the following clause on the subject -rf slavery : — " We do not desire to have domestic slavery within our borders, and until the time shall arrive for our admission into the Union as a state, we desire to be protected by Congress against its introduction...
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THE NATIONAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

BENSON J. LOSSING - 1855
...territory in favor of Texas, and containing the following clause on the subject of slavery : — " We do not desire to have domestic slavery within our borders, and until the time shall arrive for our admission into the Union as a state, we desire to be protected by Congress against its introduction...
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The Constitutional and Political History of the United States, Volume 3

Hermann Von Holst, Ira Hutchinson Brainerd - Constitutional history - 1881
...respectfully, but firmly, protest against the dismemberment of our territory in favor of Texas " ; and : " We do not desire to have domestic slavery within our borders; and until the time shall arrive for our admission into the Union as a state we desire to be protected by Congress against their introduction...
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THE CONSTITUTIONAL AND POLITICAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

DR. H. VON HOLST - 1881
...respectfully, but firmly, protest against the dismemberment of our territory in favor of Texas"; and: "We do not desire to have domestic slavery within our borders; and until the time shall arrive for our admission into the Union as a state we desire to be protected by Congress against their introduction...
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Illustrated New Mexico

William Gillet Ritch - New Mexico - 1883 - 140 pages
...Congress for the speedy organization by law of a Territorial civil government for us. Then a resolution : We do not desire to have domestic slavery within our borders, and until the time shall arrive for an admission into the Union as a State, we desire to be protected by Congress against their introduction...
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Aztlan: The History, Resources, and Attractions of New Mexico

William Gillet Ritch - New Mexico - 1885 - 253 pages
...Congress for the speedy organization by law of a Territorial civil government for us. Then a resolution: We do not desire to have domestic slavery within our borders, and until the time shall arrive for an admission into the Union as a State, we desire to be protected by Congress against their introduction...
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The American nation: its executive, legislative, political ..., Volume 2

Benson John Lossing - Presidents - 1888
...organization of a territory, and containing the following clause regarding the subject of slavery: "We do not desire to have domestic slavery within our borders, and until the time shall arrive for our admission into the Union as a state, we desire to be protected by congress against its introduction...
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Charles Sumner

Moorfield Storey - Legislators - 1900 - 466 pages
...Mexico assembled in convention, asking for the establishment of a civil government, and saying : " We do not desire to have domestic slavery within our borders ; and until the time shall arrive for our admission into the Union as a State, we desire to be protected by Congress against their introduction...
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