Abbildungen der Seite
PDF
EPUB
[ocr errors]

THE CONGRESSIONAL JOURNALS OF THE UNITED STATES

PARTI OF THE
NATIONAL STATE PAPERS OF THE UNITED STATES SERIES,

1789-1817

The Journal of

the House of
Representatives

JAMES MADISON ADMINISTRATION 1809-1817

Volume 1

ELEVENTH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION

MAY-JUNE, 1809

[blocks in formation]

MICHAEL GLAZIER, INC.

1210 A King Street
Wilmington, Delaware 19801

Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 77-76813

International Standard Book Numbers
Complete Set Congressional Journals...

0-89453-002-X
George Washington Administration.

0-89453-003-8
John Adams Administration

0-89453-022-4
Thomas Jefferson Administration..

0-89453-033-X
James Madison Administration ...

0-89453-050-X

THIS VOLUME....

..0-89453-061-5

PUBLISHER'S NOTE
Every effort has been made to locate the best preserved and most
legible copy of the original documents, some of which have suffered
from the ravages of time. The facsimiles faithfully reflect the
condition of the originals. New and precise technology has been
employed in the reproduction process to enhance readability yet
preserve the flavor of the original to the best of our ability.

Printed in the United States of America.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Our deepest thanks to Mr. William Matheson, Chief of the Rare Book and Special Collections Division of the Library of Congress, for much courtesy, and for allowing the publisher to microfilm the Journals in the Rare Book Collection. We are grateful to Mr. Charles G. LaHood, Jr., and his staff of the Photoduplication Service of the Library of Congress for their very professional microfilming of the Journals.

We wish to express our gratitude to Mr. C. F. W. Coker of the National Archives for his permission to microfilm some copies of the Journals; and we are also thankful to the Joseph Regenstein Library at the University of Chicago for permission to reproduce its copy of the Journal of the House for the 1st session of the 12th Congress.

A special editorial word of thanks to Gerald M. Straka of the University of Delaware, to Lois Straka, and to Eileen C. Daney who spared no efforts to get the program published.

« ZurückWeiter »