An address from the United States in Congress assembled to the legislatures of the several states : When the interests of a people are endangered, either through the defect of the government they have established, or the want of timely and vigorous, exertions to give efficacy to its operations, it becomes the duty ...
The text of the address as reported in Congress Oct. 6, 1786. Cf. Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 31, p. 747-751.
Title taken from caption title and opening lines of text.
Imprint from Evans. Formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in JCC, v. 31, p. 967 (#559); later volumes reject Dunlap as printer. Cf. JCC, v. 33, p. 753.
Journals of the Continental Congress, 559
LC copy annotated on verso of p. : Address to the States to accompany Requisition of 1786. To report: Mr. Johnson, Mr. Henry, Mr. Kean, Mr. Carring[ton], Mr. Smith.
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