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Clay, United States Secretary of State, instructs the United States minister to endeavor to procure from Mexico the retransfer of Texas......March 26, 1825 Hayden Edwards, having procured a grant for a colony, locates at Nacogdoches......October, 1825 Edwards's grant annulled and the American settlers, known as Fredonians, eEdwards's grant annulled and the American settlers, known as Fredonians, evacuate Nacogdoches and cross the Sabine, before Mexicans under Ahumada......Jan. 31, 1827 Constitution for the State of Coahuila and Texas framed by a State congress at Saltillo, proclaimed......March 11, 1827 Battle of Nacogdoches; Texans under Col. Hayden Edwards defeat the Mexicans under Colonel Piedras......Aug. 2, 1827 Col. Hayden Edwards defeat the Mexicans under Colonel Piedras......Aug. 2, 1827 Treaty of limits concluded between the United States and United Mexican States......Jan. 12, 1828 Vice-President Bustamente, succeeding Guerrero, deposed, by decree prohibits further immigration from the United States......April 6, 1830 Colonization laws repealed as to natives of the United States......April 28, 1832 Fo