Catalog Record: Public documents of the Legislature of Massachusetts containing the speech of His Excellency Governor Strong, with the answer of the Senate and House of Representatives; reports of the several committees of both branches on the most important subjects referred to by His Excellency; and a remonstrance of the Legislature to Congress, on the present unhappy war | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Public documents of the Legislature of Massachusetts [electronic resource] : containing the speech of His Excellency Governor Strong, with the answer of the Senate and House of Representatives; reports of the several committees of both branches on the most important subjects referred to by His Excellency; and a remonstrance of the Legislature to Congress, on the present unhappy war.

Related Names: Strong, Caleb 1745-1819.
Language(s): English
Published: Boston : Printed by Russell and Cutler, 1813.
Subjects: Massachusetts > Politique et gouvernement > 1812, Guerre de.
Massachusetts > Histoire > 1812, Guerre de.
Massachusetts > Politics and government > War of 1812.
Massachusetts > History > War of 1812.
Note: "Published by order of both Houses."
ISBN: 0665617607
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