Excerpt from Proceedings in Reference to the Death of Governor John An. Andrew: November 11th, 1867
Toward the close of the session of 1818, the batlon of silence upon these unlawful and dis question of the power of Congress to aid In. Graceful proceedings, 'and gave his support to ternal Improvements was again brought before a series of resolutions of censure upon his con that body, generally by a passage in President duct, introduced in 1818 - 19. They did not madison's Message, but more directly by a pass, however, mainly through the interference bill introduced into Congress making an appro of the President and his Cabinet.
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