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Columbian patriot
Gerry, Elbridge
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Adams, John (1735-1826)
Continental Congress Broadside Collection (Library of Congress)
Marshall, John (1755-1835)
Massachusetts Governor (1810-1812 : Gerry) (see also from)
Pickering, Timothy (1745-1829))
Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth (1746-1825)
United States. Congress (1797-1798)
United States. Continental Congress
United States. Department of State
United States. Dept. of State
United States. President (1797-1801 : Adams)
Authentic copies of the correspondence of Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, John Marshall, and Elbridge Gerry, envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary to the Republic of France, as presented to both Houses of Congress, April 3, 1798, by John Adams.
Board of Treasury, on the motion of the Honorable Mr. Howell, of the 8th July instant, beg leave to report, The : that the settlement of the accounts of the several states with the United States, is in their opinion an object of the greatest magnitude ...
committee consisting of Mr. Gerry, Mr. Ellery and Mr. Wilson, to whom was referred a petition and sundry papers of Mr. Oliver Pollock, late an agent of the United States at the Havannah, submit the following report., The
Instructions to the envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary from the United States of America, to the French republic : their letters of credence and full powers, and the dispatches received from them relative to their mission
Letterbook, Paris, 1797-1798.
Message from His Excellency the governor, February 27, 1812
Message from the President of the United States, accompanying sundry papers relative to the affairs of the United States with the French Republic
Microfilm edition of the Elbridge Gerry papers, 1744-1895
Motion of Mr. Gerry, seconded by Mr. Howell : Whereas it is indispensibly necessary, for the support of the federal government, that the states should supply their quotas of money ... Resolved, that the several states be earnestly called on to compleat without delay the whole of their quotas of the requisitions last mentioned ...
Observations on the new Constitution, and on the fœderal and state conventions.
Pamphlets on the Constitution of the United States, published during its discussion by the people, 1787-1788
Some letters of Elbridge Gerry of Massachusetts, 1784-1804
study in dissent: the Warren-Gerry correspondence, 1776-1792., A
To the selectmen of the town of Ashburnham in the Worcester North District