REPORT : The Committee on Private Land Claims Very Rev. Benedict Madéore, vicar general of the Catholics of Florida, and pastor of the church of St. Augustine, in Florida

Senate of the United States - 30th Congress, 1st Session. Mr. JOHNSON, of Louisiana; Very Rev. Benedict Madéore

Published by U. S. Senate, Washington, DC, 1848
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"Rep. Com, No.99. IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES. – March 21, 1848. Mr. JOHNSON, of Louisiana, made the following REPORT:." [see title]. Original unbound government document, octavo, 48p. [final page blank], three gatherings lightly stitched, all edges uncut, thus mostly unopened and with varying page lengths and widths and a couple of ragged edges; top corner of 1st page trimmed (not affecting text). Generally clean and un-used. Details the history of the St. Augustine Catholic Church and claims for its "valuable property" – land, barracks, etc. – retained by the United States during transfer of Florida lands from Spain. Bookseller Inventory # J60211

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Title: REPORT : The Committee on Private Land ...

Publisher: U. S. Senate, Washington, DC

Publication Date: 1848

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition:Very Good

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