Catalog Record: Message from the president of the United States transmitting extracts of a letter from the minister of the United States, at London, relating to the late discussions with the government of Great Britain concerning the trade between the United States and the British colonies in America | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Message from the president of the United States [electronic resource] : transmitting extracts of a letter from the minister of the United States, at London, relating to the late discussions with the government of Great Britain concerning the trade between the United States and the British colonies in America.

Related Names: Gallatin, Albert 1761-1849., Adams, John Quincy 1767-1848.
Language(s): English
Published: [Washington? : s.n.], 1826
Subjects: Commerce extérieur > Réglementation > États-Unis.
Foreign trade regulation > United States.
États-Unis > Commerce > Canada.
Canada > Commerce > États-Unis.
United States > Commerce > Canada.
Canada > Commerce > United States.
Note: 'Extract of a Despatch, No. 16, from Mr. Gallatin to Mr. Clay, dated " London, 27th Oct. 1826."--p. 5.'
Cover title.
At head of title: 19th Congress, 2d session. [Doc. No. 12.] Ho. of Reps. British Colonial trade.
"December 18, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce."
ISBN: 0665490704
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