1800.056: Report on the President's Annual Address to Congress.

Published: 1800

Full Title: President's speech. Some time after our paper was at press, a gentleman who came in Capt. Butler's packet from Alexandria, politely gave us the following speech, which we hasten to lay before our patrons. : Washington, Nov. 22. This day at 12 o'clock, the president of the United States met both houses of Congress in the Senate chamber, and delivered the following speech ...

Author: Norfolk Herald.

Place Issued: Norfolk

Issuing Press: Willett & O'Connor

Description: 1 sheet [1 pg.]: (broadside, printed in three columns).


First annual message from a President to be delivered at the national capital of Washington; Adams used this last address to praise the army and navy for their performance in the Quasi-War with France and to congratulate the government of its successful relocation to the District of Columbia. Only recorded copy is held by the Public Records Office in London.

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