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A revolution was coming and he was giving warnings about Texas.

Does the sentence below support what the sentence above is saying?

As one covers the distance from San Antonio de Bejar to this town he will note that Mexican influence decreases until on arriving in this place h will see that it is almost nothing.

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    No. I don't even see a connection.

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    Therefore, I am warning you to take timely measures Texas could throw the whole nation into revolution
    Does this one support it better

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    Yes.

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