1813.059: Speech of James Emott in Congress on January 12, 1813.
Full Title: Speech of the Hon. James Emott. In the House of Representatives of the United States. Delivered the 12th January, 1813. On the bill in addition to the act entitled "An act to raise an additional military force," and for other purposes.
Author: Emott, James (1771-18500, of New York.
Place Issued: Alexandria
Issuing Press: Snowden & Simms
Description: 40 pgs.; 24 cm. (8vo).
Herein, the Federalist Emott argued that the entire was effort was folly, presenting a point-by-point refutation of reasons for the war stated by Republicans, as enumerated in the recent speech of Speaker Henry Clay (1813.058), deeming them insignificant, while allowing the war to destroy the country's true interest, maritime commerce. Despite such Federalist protests, the bill passed on January 29th (Chap. XVI of Acts of Twelfth Congress, Second session).
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