The joint special committee on slavery, to whom were referred an order of Feb. 6, 1840, instructing them to consider what action, if any, it is expedient for this Legislature to take in relation to the resolution adopted by the House of Representatives in Congress, as one of its standing rules, on the 28th of January, 1840, and also the petition of E.W. Gardner and sixty others, of Nantucket, praying the Legislature to protest against the said resolution as a violation of the Constitution of these United States, together with various other petitions of the same import, have taken the subject into consideration, and ask leave to report the following resolves

[Boston, Massachusetts?] : [publisher not identified], [1840]
Physical description
1 online resource (3 pages).
House (Series) (Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives) ; 1840, no. 45.
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