CONGRESSIONAL RESOLUTIONS RELATING TO MARQUIS de LAFAYETTE AND TEXAS NAVY, 1834 AND 1849. US Congress.

CONGRESSIONAL RESOLUTIONS RELATING TO MARQUIS de LAFAYETTE AND TEXAS NAVY, 1834 AND 1849

Washington DC: US Congress, 1849. 1st. This package includes: A joint resolution by the Senate and House of representatives to send condolences to the family of General Lafayette, and to embark upon an official period of mourning for thirty days. A January 3 1849 congressional report on the claim of an individual to be reimbursed for expenses he undertook in 1824 in paying for the Marquis de Lafayette's visit to the United States that year. A January 3 1849 congressional report on the claims of three individuals to be reimbursed for expenses undertaken in 1838 in furnishing to the Republic of Texas a navy consisting of one ship, two brigs, three schooners, armed and provisioned, along with clothing and supplies for four hundred men for four months. 12pp, 6 x 9" Light foxing typical for a document of this age.

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