1806.035: Congressman's Constituent Letter of April 1806.

Published: 1806

Full Title: ... The session of Congress being about to close, I make use of this method of communicating to you, and through you to your neighbours, a view of the most important measures adopted during its progress ... Washington City, 18th April, 1806.

Author: -----

Place Issued: Virginia

Issuing Press: Uncertain

Description: 1 sheet [1 pg.]; 26 cm. x 21 cm. (broadside).


Copy not seen; recorded here from entry in Hummel. That listing refers to a copy in the Duke University Library, but its current digital catalog does not record the item; title seems to be an item from the Dabney Family Papers in the Southern Historical Collection, so suggesting this letter was drafted by the congressman representing Louisa County, but that suggestion is unconfirmed; Hummel also noted a Virginia press as the publisher, but that attribution is speculative as well; if this letter is a Virginia imprint, it likely issued from Alexandria.

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