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Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a digest of the commercial regulations of the different foreign nations, with which the United States have intercourse: in compliance with a resolution of the House of representatives, of Jan. 21, 1823.

Corporate Author: United States.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, Printed by Gales and Seaton, 1824.
Subjects: Tariff.
Commercial law.
Maritime law.
United States > Commerce.
Note: "Message from the President transmitting an appendix to the digest of commercial laws presented Feb. 2d, 1824, containing the recent regulations and the general tariff of Spain. May 25 1824." p. [431]-527.
Contains changes subsequent to the digest of 1819.
James Monroe, president; John Quincy Adams, secretary of state.
February 2, 1824. Read, ordered to lie on table.
Physical Description: 527 p. tables 24 cm.
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