Catalog Record: Journal // of // the Senate // of the // United States of America, // being the // first session // of the // Ninth Congress, // begun and held at the city of Washington, // December 2, 1805, // and // in the thirtieth year of the sovereignty of the // said United States. | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Journal // of // the Senate // of the // United States of America, // being the // first session // of the // Ninth Congress, // begun and held at the city of Washington, // December 2, 1805, // and // in the thirtieth year of the sovereignty of the // said United States. //

Corporate Author: United States.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington City: // Printed by William Duane and Son. // 1805.
Note: Appendix (7, [1] p.): Acts passed at the first session of the Ninth Congress.--Senators whose seats will be vacant March 1807, 1809, 1811.
p. 14 wrongly numbered 4.
9th Cong. 1st sess., Dec. 2, 1805 to April 21, 1806.
Physical Description: 348, 7, [1] xxix p. 22 cm.
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