New-Hampshire Patriot---Extra. Monday, December 10, 1827. Twentieth Congress...Tuesday, Dec. 4. THE PRESIDENT COMMUNICATED to both Houses of Congress the following Message...

[Concord, NH: 1827]. Broadsheet. 45.5 cm. x 29cm. [2] pp., printed in four columns. Sheet lightly and uniformly browned. Adams' third Annual Message to Congress takes up seven of the eight columns. Most of his speech is concerned with international trade and treaties. Jackson Democrats had swept the mid-term elections a year earlier and for the first time the American Congress was in control of the opposition party. In November of 1828 Jackson was elected President and Adams consigned to a single term. Item #64338

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