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Report. The Committee to whom was referred the message of the President of the United States, of the 14th instant, together with a letter from John Randolph, Junior, a member of the House, accompanying the same.

United States. Congress. House.

Published by [Washington, 1800
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John Rudolph of Roanoke, Representative and later Senator from Virginia, was known as an outstanding orator -- but also as an eccentric and cantankerous figure who fought a duel with Henry Clay. Here the House responds to Rudolph's complaint that two young officers "grossly and publickly" insulted him in a theatre in response to a speech he had given regarding reducing the military establishment; the claim was not found to merit any further response on the part of the House. 8vo. 28 pp. (lacking title-page). Removed from a nonce volume. Title-page lacking; first text page with pencilled annotations in upper outer corner. Pages with some minor spotting. Bookseller Inventory # 15490

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Title: Report. The Committee to whom was referred ...

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Publication Date: 1800

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