The Congressional register; or, History of the proceedings and debates of the first House of representatives of the United States of America; namely, New-Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New-Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, South-Carolina and Georgia, being the eleven states that have ratified the constitution of the government of the United States. Containing an impartial account of the most interesting speeches and motions; and accurate copies of remarkable papers laid before and offered to the House.
Taken in short hand, by Thomas Lloyd.
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New York, Printed for the editor, by Harrison and Purdy, 1789-90.
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Vols. 2-3 have imprint: New York, Printed by Hodge, Allen and Campbell, and for T. Lloyd, the proprietors.
3 v. in 2.
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