Minutes, 25 April 1844

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were then received for time and for all eternity, by the unanimous vote of the council, and took their seats in order.
Er offered a few remarks on a Bill reported before Congress respecting the , as stated in the Bellville Advocate.
said, Congress could not pass that Bill without bringing on war. He assigned several reasons why he believed so. He referred to the fact that Great Britain had already jurisdiction over from the fact that a negotiation took place on the subject at the treaty of Ghent, and another reason was, that great Britain has jurisdiction from <​is​> the [p. [209]]
were then received for time and for all eternity, by the unanimous vote of the council, and took their seats in order.
Er offered a few remarks on a Bill reported before Congress respecting the , as stated in the Bellville Advocate.
said, Congress could not pass that Bill without bringing on war. He assigned several reasons why he believed so. He referred to the fact that Great Britain had already jurisdiction over from the fact that a negotiation took place on the subject at the treaty of Ghent, and another reason that great Britain has jurisdiction is the [p. [209]]
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