Minutes, 26 March 1844

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at the last council to draught a memorial to send to congress made report and by their clerk read the said memorial to the council as follows.
To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the , in Congress assembled.
Your memorialist, a free born citizen of these , respectfully sheweth, that, from his infancy his soul has been filled with the most intense and philanthropic interest for the welfare of his native country; and being fired with an ardor, which floods cannot quench, crowns cannot conquer, nor diplomatic intrigue corrupt, to see those principles, which emanated from the bosoms of [p. [54]]
at the last council to draught a memorial to send to congress made report and by their clerk read the said memorial to the council as follows.
To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the , in Congress assembled.
Your memorialist, a free born citizen of these , respectfully sheweth, that, from his infancy his soul has been filled with the most intense and philanthropic interest for the welfare of his native country; and being fired with an ardor, which floods cannot quench, crowns cannot conquer, nor diplomatic intrigue corrupt, to see those principles, which emanated from the bosoms of [p. [54]]
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