PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. / NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER … . EXTRA / Tuesday, December 4, 1827. [Caption title]; (President John Quincy Adams’ Third State of the Union Address Referring to both the Treaty of Paris ending the Revolutionary War and the Treaty of Ghent which ended the War of 1812). John Quincy Adams.

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. / NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER … . EXTRA / Tuesday, December 4, 1827. [Caption title]; (President John Quincy Adams’ Third State of the Union Address Referring to both the Treaty of Paris ending the Revolutionary War and the Treaty of Ghent which ended the War of 1812)

[Washington, DC]: National Intelligencer, 1827. Broadside. 61.5 x 49 cm. Six columns of text. Pres. John Quincy Adams emphasizes his strengths, discussing statesmanship, diplomacy and treaties, in over half this address. The remainder concerns positive comments on the country's finances, the duties of the Army corps of Engineers, including their work on roads, canals, and other internal improvements, followed by miscellaneous other matters. Some minor loss in several places at folds, one separation a bit larger affecting several words, otherwise very good. OCLC lists copies at NY Soc. Lib. and Boston Public. Item #64383

Price: $750.00

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