Congressional Edition Volume 3879
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...A. & G. Way, 1808. 7 p. Not in N. Y. P. L. St. L. 10 C: 1 S. April 2, 1808. Letter of M. de Champagny, French minister, to General Armstrong, in reply to notes complaining of the action of the French Government in regard to American vessels. The regulations adopted by France defended as a means of reprisal against British aggressions; the United States, in the opinion of the minister, are the principal sufferers; the American vessels brought into the ports of France to be sequestered until: t decision may be had thereon, according to the disposition which shall have been expressed by the Government of the United States. Washington, A. & G. Way, 1808. 4 p. 'Not in N. Y. P. L. St. I 12 C: 1 S. April 5, 1808. Supplementary report of Secretary of War Dearlorn on invalid pensioners. Jo.H.R.,541. 10C: IS. April 5, 1808. Report of Secretary of Xavy Smith on petition of Robert Elwell asking reimbursement of expenses connected with a captured vessel. Opinion of Attorney-General Rodney and the judgment of the high court of admiralty appended. Jo. H. R., 390,540. A. S. P., Claims, 363, 364. 10 C: 1 S. April 5, 1808. Report of Secretary of Treasury Gallatin on claims under the Louisiana convention. Conflicting claims of individuals under the terms of the Louisiana convention;.case of Christopher Denton, Edward Hall, and Nathan Brothers; they are awarded money for supplies furnished to the colonial government of San Domingo; payment to be made by the United States under provisions of the Louisiana convention; petition of Timothy Wellman, as attorney for Denton, to receive a two-thirds part of the amount awarded to the above; review of the business association of Denton, Hall, and Nathan Brothers; copy of bills drawn in their favor on the...
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