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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1847


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Page 1 - That the Senators and Representatives of this state in the Congress of the United States, be and they are hereby requested, to...
Page 5 - AN ACT For the Regulation of Seamen on Board the Public and Private Vessels of the United States.
Page 1 - An act to establish the northern boundary line of the State of Ohio, and to provide for the admission of the State of Michigan into the Union upon the conditions therein expressed...
Page 14 - ... made for their subsistence, or for sending them back to their country. Permit me, Sir, to observe on this occasion, that the United States of America have no war but with the English. They have never done any injury to other nations, particularly none to the Danish nation ; on the contrary, they are in some degree its benefactors, as they have opened a trade of which the English made a monopoly, and of which the Danes may now have their share, and by dividing the British empire have made it less...
Page 1 - Read, referred to the Committee on Public Lands, and ordered to be printed...
Page 1 - Resolved, That the Governor of this State be requested to transmit a copy of the foregoing report and resolutions to the President of the United States, to the Executives of the several States, and to each of our Senators and Representatives in Congress.
Page 34 - For some days after the arrival of your express, scarce any thing was talked of at Paris and Versailles but your cool conduct and persevering bravery during that terrible conflict. You may believe that the impression on my mind was not less strong than on that of others; but I do not choose to say in a letter to yourself all I think on such an occasion.
Page 3 - An act to authorize the payment for property lost, captured, or destroyed by the enemy, while in the military service of the United States, and for other purposes,
Page 34 - I wish they were safe in France. You will then have completed the glorious work of giving liberty to all the Americans that have so long languished for it in the British prisons ; for there are not so many there, as you have now taken.

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