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IMPO R T A NT DE TA I L S
PRESENT SOCIAL, POLITICAL, AGRICULTURAL, COMMERCIAL,
LAWS AND CUSTOMS,
A REVIEW OF THE POLICY OF THE UNITED STATES THAT LED TO
THE TEXAS AND OREGON QUESTIONs,
FRANCIS WYSE, ESQ.
“Amicus Plato, amicus Socrates, sed magis amica veritas."
c. LONDON :
CA v EN DISH SQUARE.
NotwitHSTANDING the variety of works of travel, the journals of tourists, and published narratives
Page 73, 1.11, for “ democratic learning" read “democratio leaning."
Page 82, 1.4, for “ingredients to their republican form of government," read
“in their republican form of government.” - *a-_ _ 79 Page 362,1. 17, for “ comparative trifling," read “ comparatively trifling. Page 366, l. 12, for “the 1842,” read “the year 1842. Page 386, l. 18, for “ weighty aid,” read “mighty aid.
Page 460, 1.6, from the bottom, for “whenever any of these institutions,” 9 **
read “wherever any of these institutions."
witn a people, who are ever apprehensive of a discovery of their individual and national character, with the imperfections, and many eccentricities by which they are distinguished. To supply the void that thus exists—to present the British public with some correct data on which to ground its opinions, and to furnish the emigrant of all grades, and professions, with every useful instruction to assist and guide him in his hazardous undertaking, are the objects which the author contemplates in the present work. The real character of the Americans of the United States— their habits,