1 edition of Acts of Congress relating to steamboats, collated with the rolls at Washington found in the catalog.
Acts of Congress relating to steamboats, collated with the rolls at Washington
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Acts of Congress relating to steamboats, collated with the rolls at Washington. Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library Acts of Congress relating to steamboats, collated with the rolls at Washington. United States.
Boston: Little, Brown, Subject terms: Ships -- Inspection -- United States. Acts of Congress relating to steamboats, collated with the rolls at Washington. The bureaus were merged increating the new Bureau of Navigation and Steamboat Inspection.
The new bureau was renamed in to the Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation.] Condensed History, Duties, and Practical Operation of the Department and its Several Bureaus and Offices, Together with Laws Relating Specifically Thereto, July 1, Acts of Congress relating to steamboats, collated with the rolls at Washington.
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The treaty of with the Cherokee gave the latter a great tract of land on both sides of Arkansas River embracing that on which the Washington Irving at Fort Gibson, Read. The Congress of the Confederate States of America do enact, That the act entitled "An Act to organize military courts to attend the army of the Confederate States in the field, and to define the power of said courts," be so amended as to authorize the President to establish one in north Alabama, which shall sit at such times and places as said.Congressional Statutes, Resolutions, Treaties Don Heller, 5 March and Treaties and Postal Conventions Arranged in Chronological Order and carefully collated with the Originals at Washington, with references to the matter of each act and to the subsequent acts on the same subject.
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