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PRINTED BY ORDER OF
THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
FIRST SESSION OF THE TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS,
BEGUN AND HELD
AT THE CITY OF WASHINGTON,
DECEMBER 4, 1843,
THE SIXTY-EIGHTH YEAR OF THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED STATES.
EMBRACED IN SEVEN VOLUMES.
PRINTED BY GALES AND SEATON.
BY ORDER OF THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,
FIRST SESSION OF THE TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS-1843-'44.
IN SEVEN VOLUMES.
Volume 1 contains No. 1.
2 to No. 99, inclusive.
169 to 288,
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Vol. No. Page.
New Hampshire, in favor of abolishing the military 2 5 1
- 4 186
of said report. Report of the Commissioner of Pat-
· · 3 150 17
the United States affecting representation. Resolu-
tions of the General Assembly of - - - 3 156
Texas to the United States. Resolutions of the Le-
- 4 215
Thereof inay be restricted from increasing their debt,
Memorial of citizens of .
that place. Resolutions of the common council of 2
State, in relation to Texas. Letters from General -S'
(H. R. 172) for the relief of Franklin P. . . 6 378 1