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President John Quincy Adams? Third State of the Union Address referring to the Treaty of Paris ending the Revolutionary War and the Treaty of Ghent, which he signed, ending the War of 1812
Newspaper, 1p, 18.75? x 23.75. Headlined ?President?s Message. / National Intelligencer .... Extra / Tuesday, December 4, 1827.? Minor flaws, uniformly foxed, frayed edges. Completely legible text not affected. Fine condition.Article II Section 3 of the United States Constitution states that the President ?shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such Measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient...? Presidents Washington and Adams delivered their annual messages to Congress in person. Jefferson discontinued the practice. Until Wilson reestablished the practice in 1913, the President would send his written message to each House where it would be read by a clerk.This six column printing is headed ?The President of the United States transmitted, this day, to both Houses of Congress, the following Message?The Journals of the House and Senate recorded that ?A communication, in writing, was then rec
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