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Washington, Nov. 30, 1846. : Dear Sir: The French spoliation bill will be revived, amended, and pressed as early in the approaching session of Congress as practicable; and to effect a two-thirds vote, if such should be necessary ... it is desirable that each claimant address a separate memorial forthwith to each house of Congress ... I enclose for that purpose a blank form of the memorial heretofore used, which is regarded as fully sufficient for the present object; ... The veto message of the president on the bill of last session ... is no cause of doubt or discouragement ... Annexed hereto I make a synopsis of the votes in the two houses on the bill referred to; ... Preview this item
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Washington, Nov. 30, 1846. : Dear Sir: The French spoliation bill will be revived, amended, and pressed as early in the approaching session of Congress as practicable; and to effect a two-thirds vote, if such should be necessary ... it is desirable that each claimant address a separate memorial forthwith to each house of Congress ... I enclose for that purpose a blank form of the memorial heretofore used, which is regarded as fully sufficient for the present object; ... The veto message of the president on the bill of last session ... is no cause of doubt or discouragement ... Annexed hereto I make a synopsis of the votes in the two houses on the bill referred to; ...

Author: James H Causten
Publisher: [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1846]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Letters
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James H Causten
OCLC Number: 667645843
Notes: Printed on blue paper.
Last page blank.
"Result of the votes in the Senate on engrossing, final passage, and veto, of the French spoliation bill, June 6, June 8, August 10, 1846"--Page [2].
"Result of the vote on the passage of the French spoliation bill, in the House of Representatives of the United States, 4th August, 1846"--Page [2]-[3].
Description: [4] p. ; 25 cm
Responsibility: With much respect, your ob't serv't, James H. Causten.

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