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Letter of the Secretary of the Navy, to the committee, on the bill providing for the arming, manning and fitting out for immediate service, all the public ships of war. January 3d, 1809. Printed by order of the Senate.

United States. Navy Department.

Published by Pr. by R. C. Weightman, Washington City, 1809
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Letter from Robert Smith addressed to Senator William B. Giles, dated 16th December, 1808. States the requirements in manpower to carry out the provisions of the bill, entitled "A bill to authorise and require the President of the United States, to arm, man, and fit out for immediate service, all the public ships of war, vessels, and gun boats of the United States." Scarce: OCLC locates only three copies. 8vo. 4 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 18953. Removed from a nonce volume; gutter margin a little irregular; a few light brown spots. A little darkening to edges of p. 4. Good+ condition. Bookseller Inventory # 11485

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Title: Letter of the Secretary of the Navy, to the ...

Publisher: Pr. by R. C. Weightman, Washington City

Publication Date: 1809

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