Mr. Madison's motion, for commercial regulations, in a committee of the whole house, on the report of the Secretary of State (Mr. Jefferson), on the privileges and restrictions on the commerce of the U. States, in foreign countries. January 3, 1794. Made in committee of the whole house, on the state of the union.

Madison, James.

Published by A. & G. Way, prs., City of Washington, 1806
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James Madison, the leader of the Republicans in the House of Representatives, proposes a controversial series of resolutions that targeted Great Britain for its restrictions on American commerce. It called for additional duties on countries having no treaty with the United States and met with considerable opposition by the Federalists. 8vo. 4 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 11669. Removed from a nonce volume; sewing holes at inner margin. Title-page with War Department Library rubber-stamp and a small ink numeral at top margin. Very good. Bookseller Inventory # 26187

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Title: Mr. Madison's motion, for commercial ...

Publisher: A. & G. Way, prs., City of Washington

Publication Date: 1806

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