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Book/Printed Material In Senate of the United States. January 19, 1853. -- Ordered to be printed. January 20, 1853. -- Motion to print 10,000 additional copies referred to the Committee on Printing. January 21, 1853. -- Report in favor of printing made and concurred in. Mr. Badger made the following report. The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom were referred sundry petitions praying Congress to abolish the office of chaplain

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Title

  • In Senate of the United States. January 19, 1853. -- Ordered to be printed. January 20, 1853. -- Motion to print 10,000 additional copies referred to the Committee on Printing. January 21, 1853. -- Report in favor of printing made and concurred in. Mr. Badger made the following report. The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom were referred sundry petitions praying Congress to abolish the office of chaplain

Names

  • United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary
  • Badger, George E., 1795-1866

Created / Published

  • Washington, DC, 1853.

Headings

  • -  United States.--Congress
  • -  United States.--Army
  • -  United States.--Navy
  • -  United States. Congress--Chaplains
  • -  United States Constitution
  • -  Church and state
  • -  Constitutional law
  • -  Freedom of religion
  • -  Military chaplains

Genre

  • Legislative materials

Notes

  • -  Title from opening lines of text.
  • -  SERIALSETDELIVERY1

Medium

  • 1 online resource (4 pages).

Call Number/Physical Location

  • KF12
  • 32-2:S.RP.376
  • Y 1.1/2:671

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Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2022698542

Online Format

  • image
  • pdf
  • online text

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Chicago citation style:

United States Congress. Senate. Committee On The Judiciary, and George E Badger. In Senate of the United States . -- Ordered to be printed. January 20, 1853. -- Motion to print 10,000 additional copies referred to the Committee on Printing. January 21, 1853. -- Report in favor of printing made and concurred in. Mr. Badger made the following report. The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom were referred sundry petitions praying Congress to abolish the office of chaplain. Washington, DC, 1853. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/2022698542/.

APA citation style:

United States Congress. Senate. Committee On The Judiciary & Badger, G. E. (1853) In Senate of the United States . -- Ordered to be printed. January 20, 1853. -- Motion to print 10,000 additional copies referred to the Committee on Printing. January 21, 1853. -- Report in favor of printing made and concurred in. Mr. Badger made the following report. The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom were referred sundry petitions praying Congress to abolish the office of chaplain. Washington, DC. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2022698542/.

MLA citation style:

United States Congress. Senate. Committee On The Judiciary, and George E Badger. In Senate of the United States . -- Ordered to be printed. January 20, 1853. -- Motion to print 10,000 additional copies referred to the Committee on Printing. January 21, 1853. -- Report in favor of printing made and concurred in. Mr. Badger made the following report. The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom were referred sundry petitions praying Congress to abolish the office of chaplain. Washington, DC, 1853. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2022698542/>.