India - Asia and the Pacific - U.S. foreign relations materials in the pre-1861 U.S. Congressional Serial Set - Pre-1861 U.S. Foreign Relations Materials - Historical Documents
U.S. Congressional Serial Set: Documents on India (Asia and the Pacific) before 1861
5 sources, in chronological order.
|Memorial of sundry merchants and inhabitants of Salem, Massachusetts. Read, and so much thereof as relates to drawback of duties referred to the Committee on Commerce; and the residue to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the bill regulating the payment of duties on merchandise imported, and for other purposes||January 31, 1820||Serial Set Vol. No. 35, Session Vol. No. 5, 16th Congress, 1st Session, H. Doc. 59||14|
|Memorial of sundry citizens of the City of New York, proprietors of a dyeing and printing establishment on Staten Island||January 19, 1824||Serial Set Vol. No. 94, Session Vol. No. 2, 18th Congress, 1st Session, H. Doc. 35||4|
|New York Board of Health. Memorial of the Board of Health of the City of New York||January 9, 1832||Serial Set Vol. No. 217, Session Vol. No. 2, 22nd Congress, 1st Session, H. Doc. 44||2|
|Memorial from sundry inhabitants of Philadelphia, praying that the duties be equalized on silks from beyond the Cape of Good Hope, and elsewhere, &c.||May 30, 1832||Serial Set Vol. No. 214, Session Vol. No. 3, 22nd Congress, 1st Session, S. Doc. 154||2|
|Compensation to consular officers and appointment of consular clerks. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting correspondence relative to the inadequacy of the compensation of consular officers, and asking for authority to appoint a limited number of consular clerks||January 27, 1859||Serial Set Vol. No. 1006, Session Vol. No. 7, 35th Congress, 2nd Session, H. Exec. Doc. 68||98|