ON THE ARGUMENT, IN REFERENCE TO THE BRIDGE BILL, PREPARED BY JUDGE CRANCH AND DOCTOR MAY, Which the Honorable Chairman of the Committee of the Senate has transmitted to the Mayor of Georgetown. John COX, Judge Cranch, Doctor May.

ON THE ARGUMENT, IN REFERENCE TO THE BRIDGE BILL, PREPARED BY JUDGE CRANCH AND DOCTOR MAY, Which the Honorable Chairman of the Committee of the Senate has transmitted to the Mayor of Georgetown....

[Georgetown, D.C. Feb. 14, 1832]. Disbound sheets, later secured with staples. 20 cm. 27 pp. Signed at end by John Cox, Mayor, in behalf of the corporation and citizens of Georgetown, February 14th, 1832. The citizens of Georgetown, through their mayor, assert that the bridge in question interferes with the "free and unobstructed navigation of the river" and its use as an avenue of commerce. American Imprints 12017. Item #66726

Six copies listed on OCLC: Lib. of Congress, AAS, NY Hist. Soc., Univ. of Missouri- St. Louis, Duke, & Lib. Co. of Philadelphia.

Price: $275.00

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