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Petition of sundry inhabitants of Washington in the District of Columbia ...
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 24255|
|Contributions||Key, Francis Scott, 1779-1843, United States. Congress|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||87763359|
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Get this from a library. Petition of sundry inhabitants of Washington in the District of Columbia. [Francis Scott Key; United States. Congress.;]. OCLC Number: Notes: "December 19th,referred to the committee for the District of Columbia." Signed and dated: F.S. Key [and others], Washington.
The undersigned, citizens of Washington and the District of Columbia, and tax-payers therein, respectfully represent, that on the 2oth of July, An act was passed by Con gress, entitled An Act authorizing the Construction of a Jail in and for the District of Columbia, and that on the 2d day of March,a joint resolution was passed in Author: Unknown Author.
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Freedom & slavery documents in the District of Columbia Author: Rogers, Helen Hoban. Published: () Report on the petition of sundry inhabitants of the City of Washington and District of Columbia, Published: ().
() Memorial of inhabitants of the District of Columbia, praying for the gradual abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia. Washington, Printed by Gales & Seaton. Washington, Printed by Gales & Seaton. Available in the National Library of Australia collection.
Format: Book, Microform; 4 p. Letter from the mayor of the town of Alexandria, in the District of Columbia, [electronic resource]: inclosino [sic] sundry resolutions of the citizens of the town and county of Alexandria, expressive of their disapprobation of a motion now depending before the House, to recede to the states of Virginia & Maryland, respectively, the jurisdiction of such parts of the said district as are.
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Notes "4th February, Read, and ordered to be referred to a committee of the whole House, on Wednesday next." Reproduction Notes Electronic text and image data.
On October 5,Hosmer B. Parsons, the plaintiff in error, filed in the supreme court of the District of Columbia his petition against the District of Columbia and John W. Ross, Charles F. Powell, and George Truesdell, commissioners of the District, complaining, as illegal, of a certain charge or special assessment against land belonging to the petitioner as a .