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drop-title] In Senate of the United States. January 22, 1827. Mr. Johnston, of Louisiana, made the following report: the Committee on Commerce, to whom was referred so much of the president's message as relates to commerce, have had the same under consideration, and now beg leave to report .

Johnston, Josiah Stoddard.

Published by Pr. by Gales & Seaton, [Washington, 1827
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Text continues: "That, by the British Order in Council, of July last, the commercial intercourse between the United States and the British West India Colonies is interdicted, and the American navigation excluded from all participation in the trade between them. This sudden and unexpected measure, adopted not only without notice, but on the eve of renewing a suspended negotiation, mutually arranged and concerted by both parties, which changes in an essential manner the commercial relations of the two countries, calls now for such corresponding measures on our part, as the new state of things and our own interest require." Government document: 19th Congress, 2d Session. [27]. Provenance: First page with inked signature of Henry D. Gilpin (here "H.D. Gilpin"), the U.S. Attorney General who argued the Amistad case. 8vo. 18 pp. Shoemaker 31294. Removed from a nonce volume. Staining and spotting throughout. Ink numeral at top margin of p. [1]. Bookseller Inventory # 18496

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Title: drop-title] In Senate of the United States. ...

Publisher: Pr. by Gales & Seaton, [Washington

Publication Date: 1827

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