TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, and the Senate of the House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress Assembled, the memorial of the Inhabitants of the Town of Salem, in the County of Essex, and the State of Massachusetts, in Town-Meeting Assembled, Respectfully Represents....... [Caption title]

TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, and the Senate of the House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress Assembled, the memorial of the Inhabitants of the Town of Salem, in the County of Essex, and the State of Massachusetts, in Town-Meeting Assembled, Respectfully Represents....... [Caption title]

[Salem, MA: np, 1806]. Broadside. 57.5 x 46 cm. Text printed in four columns. Old fold lines, with a few small breaks and separations at folds, two or three small holes affecting a few letters, laid down on archival paper. Concerning violations of neutral trading rights. "Signed in behalf of the said inhabitants by their authority. John Hathorne, Joseph Sprague, Jona. Mason, Benj. Crowninshield, Jr., Joseph White Jr., and Joseph Story. AMERICAN IMPRINTS lists a copy at Essex Institute. OCLC: AAS, which states "However, the broadside may have been printed at Washington, D.C., as was a pamphlet edition of the memorial." Item #64394

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