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HARVARD COLLEGG LIBRARY

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Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1850, by

W. HICKEY,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of

Pennsylvania.

STEREOTYPED BY L. JOHNSON & co.

PHILADELPHIA.
PRINTED BY T. K. & F. G. COLLINS.

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Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1850, by

W. HICKEY,
In the Clerk's Ofice of the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of

Pennsylvania.

STEREOTYPED BY L. JOHNSON & co.

PHILADELPHIA.
PRINTED BY T. K. & F. G. COLLINS.

Tue provision ander which THIS BOOK MAY BE TRANSMITTED BY MAIL

FREE OF POSTAGE, by persons having the privilege of franking public documents, is contained in “An act to establish certain post-routes, and for other purposes," approved 3d March, 1847, in the following words:

"Such publications or books as have been or may be pub

lished, procured, or purchased by order of either House of Congress, or a joint resolution of the two Houses, shall be considered as public documents, and entitled to be franked as such."

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In Senate of the United States.

Thursday, February 18, 1847.
Resolved, That the secretary be directed to procuie for

of the Senate two thousand copies of the authentic cofu of the Constitution, with an analytical index, and compilation of other public documents, recently printed and placed in the hands of the members, provided the price shall not exceed the

of one dollar and twenty-five cents per copy.

Resolved, That ten thousand additional copies of the au. thentio copy of the Constitution, with an analytical index, etc., be procured for the use of the Senate, provided they will be furnished at a deduction of twenty per cent. on the price above stated.

Friday, April 14, 1848.
Resolved, That the secretary of the Senate purchase for

of the Senate two thousand copies of the Constitution of the United States of America, with an alphabetical analysis

, prepared and published by W. FCickey, provided the same can be purchased at a price per copy not exceeding that paid for ten thousand copies ordered to be purchased by a resslution of the Senate, adopted on the 18th day of February, 1847.

Thursday, elpvril 27, 1848. Resolved, That the sceretary of the Senate be authorized and directed to purchase one hundred copies of Cickey's edition of the Constitution of the United Ptates, and to deliver the

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same, in the nam

me of the Senate of the United States, to elbr. Alexander Vattemare, of Paris, to be distributed by him in France, accoiding to his system of national exchanges

of books.

Friday, Lollarch 2, 1849. Resolved, That the secretary be directed to furnish each member of the present Senate, who lias not already recewed them, one copy of the Constitution and other books ordered to be fur. nished to the Senators by the resolutions of February Tith, 1817, and to the Senators from Sowa, and Wisconsin, the same number of the Constitution as have been already given to other members of the Senate.

Ollonday, September 23, 1850. . Resolved, That the secretary be directed to procure from the proprietor, for the use of the Senate, ten thousand copies of Scickey's edition of the Constitution, with an alphabetical analysis , Washington's inaugural and farewell addresses

, and other important statistical matter illustrative of the genius of the American

government and the developement of its principles : Provided, That they be furnished at the same price as those last procured for the use

of the Senate. Attest,

Asbury Dickens,

Secretary of the Senate.

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