1812 History
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Mr. Giles' speech, delivered in the Senate of the United States, on Thursday, 24th November, 1808, on the resolution of Mr. Hillhouse, to repeal the embargo laws 
Text  1808,   Printed by Pool & Palfray
Reflections upon the late correspondence between Mr. Secretary Smith, and Francis James Jackson, esq., Minister Plenipotentiary of His Britannic Majesty 
Text  1810,   Originally published in the Federal Republican of Baltimore. Printed by Benjamin Edes
Analysis of the late correspondence between our administration and Great Britain & France, with an attempt to show what are the real causes of the Failure of the Negotiation 
Text  1808,   Ten pieces originally published in the Columbian Centinel. A later edition with imprint New York, Printed for E. Sargeant, 1809, contains two additional pieces.
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of a letter from the British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, to the Secretary of State, with the answer of the latter 
Text  1814,   January 6, 1814. Ordered to lie on the table. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At head of title: [22]. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13th Congress, 2nd Session, House. Doc. 22. Printed by Roger C....
An Address to the citizens of Norfolk County, exposing the absurdity of the arguments most commonly urged against the justice and expediency of the present war; and showing the necessity of electing a member to the next Congress, who will support it 
Text  1812,   ... CITIZEN OF NORFOLK. DEDHAM: Printed by HERMAN MANN. 1812. ANABDRESS, Citizens of Norfolk, YOU have had the best opportunity to observe the operations, and to discover the designs of American loyalLiving in the vicinity of ists, and of disaftected citizens. their head quarters, you have viewed...
An Address to the Citizens of Massachusetts, on the causes and remedy of our national distresses 
Text  1808,  
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting documents relative to the commencement and progress of any acts or system of retaliation upon prisoners of war, by the Governments of Great Britain and the United States 
Text  1814,   13th Congress, 3d session. House. Doc. no. 13. October 28, 1814. Read, referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations. Printed by A. & G. Way
An oration, delivered at Milford, N.H., March 9, 1815, occasioned by the Treaty of Peace, made and notified between Great Britain and the United States 
Text  1815,   Printed by R. Boylston
Mr. Hillhouses' speech, on the resolution to repeal the embargo, November 29, 1808 
Text  29 Nov 1808,  
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of a convention concluded at St. Petersburg, the 12th day of July, 1822 
Text  1823,   Full Title: Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of a convention concluded at St. Petersburg, the 12th day of July, 1822, under the mediation of the Emperor of all the Russias, between the United States of America and His Britannic Majesty. United States. 18th...
Thoughts upon the conduct of our administration in relation both to Great Britain and France, more especially in reference to the late negotiation, concerning the attack on the Chesapeake 
Text  1808,   Printed at the Repertory Office
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of the instructions given to the ministers of the United States appointed to negotiate a peace with Great Britain 
Text  1814,   13th Congress, 3d session. House. Doc. no. 8. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- October 14, 1814. Read and referred to the Committee of Foreign Relations. Printed by Roger C. Weightman
Mr. Pickering's speech in the Senate of the United States, on the resolution offered by Mr. Hillhouse to repeal the several acts laying an embargo, November 30, 1808 
Text  30 Nov 1808,  
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