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1 Message from the President of the United States, Transmitting a Copy of the Constitution Adopted by the Inhabitants of New Mexico, Together with a Digest of the Votes for and against It; Also a Letter to the Late President of the United States 1 (1850)

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31st CONGRESS,              [SENATE.   J                  Ex.  Dec.
   1st Session.                                            No. 74.



 A  ropy of the constitution adopted by the inhabitants of New Merico,
   together twith a digest of the votes for and against it; also, a letter to the
   late President of the United States.

                        SEPTEMBER   9,.1850.
                     Read, and ordered to lie on the table.
                        SEPTEMBEn  10, 1850.
                          Ordered to be printed.

 To the Senate of the United &ates:
   In compliance with the request of the Honorable Manuel  Alvarez,
acting governor, &c., I have the' honor to transmit to the Senate herewith
a copy  of the constitution recently adopted by the inhabitants of New
Mexico, together with a digest of the votes for and against it.
   Congress having just passed a bill providing a territorial government
for New Mexico, I do not deem it advisable to submit any recommenda-
tion on the subject of a State government.
                                         MILLARD FILLMORE.
  WAsiNGTON, Sepember 9, 1850.

                                         SANTA  FE, Idy 15, 1850.
  Smt   In compliance with the provisions of section 11 of the schedule
to the constitution of the State of New Mexico, I enclose you a copy of
said constitution, and a digest of the votes given for and against it,
with a request that you will lay them before Congress at your earliest
      I am, with respect, your most obedient servant,
                                          MANUEL ALVAREZ.
  General Z. TAYLOR,
          President of the United &ates.

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