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|Summary:||This document is a letter dated February 3, 1828 from G.W. Terrill to Sam Houston, the governor of Tennessee, in Nashville. In the letter, Terrill covers such subjects as the upcoming gubernatorial race, and various men's standing in the town of Paris. Additionally, he tells the governor that he has discovered a new philosophy on magnetism, and that he is sure to gain immortality for his invention.|