The remonstrance of the citizens of the District of Columbia by their delegates in convention,
to the people of the United States, and to the legislatures of the several states, against oppressions, manifold and grievous, suffered from the misrule of the now ruling majority in Congress. August, 1840.
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Washington, National Intelligencer Office, 1840.
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