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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents
Volume 1, part 4: James Madison

written by "Richardson, James D. (James Daniel), 1843-1914"
...t, I now lay before them a printed copy of a paper purporting to be a circular letter from Mr. Jackson to the British consuls in the United States, as received in a Gazette at the Department of State; and also a printed paper received in a letter from our minister in London, purporting to be a copy of a dispatch from Mr. Canning to Mr. Erskine of the 23d of January last. JAMES MADISON.     DECEMBER 16, 1809. To the Senate of the United States: Agreeably to the request in the resolution of the 15th instant, I transmit a copy of the correspondence with the governor of Pennsylvania in the case of Gideon Olmstead, JAMES MADISON.     DECEMBER 16, 1809. To the House of Representatives of the United States: Agreeably to the request expressed in the resolution of the 13th instant, I lay before the House extracts from the correspondence of the minister plenipotentiary of the United States at London. JAMES MADISON.     DECEMBER 22, 1809. To the Senate of the United States: I lay before the Senate, for their consideration whether they will advise and consent to the ratification thereof, a treaty concluded on the 30th September last with the Delaware, Potawattamie, Miami, and Eel-river Miami Indian tribes northwest of the Ohio; a separate article of the same date, with the said tribes, and a convention with the Weea tribe, concluded on the 26th October last; the whole being accompanied with the explanatory documents, JAMES MADISON.   ...

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