1804.011: Report from Committee examining the Treasurer's Accounts.
Full Title: Report of the Joint Committee of the General Assembly, appointed to examine the Treasurer's accounts. …
Author: Virginia. General Assembly. Republican Caucus.
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: Samuel Pleasants
Description: 1 sheet [2 pgs.]; 50 cm. x 32 cm. (broadside, printed recto & verso in three columns).
A three-part circular issued following the adjournment of the December 1803 Assembly in February 1804; first part is the legislative report cited in the title header, dated and signed in print: "Treasury, Oct. 3, 1803, Al.: McRae, W. Foushee, Wm: Brockenbrough;" second part is a list of the titles of the 119 acts passed by the recent Assembly; and third part is the ticket of Republican presidential electors named by the party caucus in the Assembly, signed in print: "Peter Carr, chairman. Arthur Lee, secretary." McRae, then lieutenant governor, was part of the campaign newspaper established in Richmond by James Lyon for the 1800 presidential election. Only recorded copy is held in the collections of the Virginia Historical Society. Sheet lacks colophon; Samuel Pleasants was a member of Republicans' central corresponding committee in Richmond and the committee's designated printer, so the attribution here.
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