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|Material Type:||Government publication, National government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Daniel Clark; United States. President (1801-1809 : Jefferson); United States. Congress House.; Louisiana. Governor (1791-1797 : Carondelet); A. & G. Way (Firm),
|Notes:||Concerning the recovery of papers sent by Daniel Clark of New Orleans to the secretary of State in 1803, which had previously been thought to contain evidence of treason. In fact the papers contained "no intimation of the corrupt receipt of money by any officer of the United States, from any foreign agent."
President's message, addressed to the House of Representatives, signed on p. : Th: Jefferson.
Includes extracts of letters from the Baron de Carondelet, governor of Spanish Louisiana, dated 1796, and Daniel Clark, dated 1803.
|Description:||8 p. ; 22 cm.|