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House. Comm. on Introduction of Foreign Paupers. Report, 1836
House No. 66 On April 9, 1836, an unnamed committee that was to consider asking Congress for help to stem the flow of foreign paupers issued a
report. The continuing action of Great Britain to rid itself of paupers was described and the committee presented a Resolve asking Congress to pass a law
to prevent the introduction of foreign paupers into the country. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Library of
Title:   The Committee appointed by this House, on the 25th ult, "to consider the expediency of instructing the senators and requesting the representatives of this commonwealth in the Congress of the United States, to use their endeavors to obtain the passage of a law by Congress, to prevent the introduction of foreign paupers into this country, or to favor any other measures which Congress may be disposed to adopt to effect the object, have attended to the duty assigned them, and respect­fully ask leave to report ...
OCLC Number:   1410408321
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