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Book/Printed Material The grand committee, consisting of Mr. Livermore, Mr. Dane, Mr. Manning, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Smith, Mr. Symmes, Mr. Pettit, Mr. Henry, Mr. Lee, Mr. Bloodworth, Mr. Pinckney and Mr. Houstoun, appointed to report such amendments to the Confederation, and such resolutions as it may be necessary to recommend to the several states, for the purpose of obtaining from them such powers as will render the federal government adequate to the ends for which it was instituted, beg leave to submit the following report to the consideration of Congress ...

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Title

  • The grand committee, consisting of Mr. Livermore, Mr. Dane, Mr. Manning, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Smith, Mr. Symmes, Mr. Pettit, Mr. Henry, Mr. Lee, Mr. Bloodworth, Mr. Pinckney and Mr. Houstoun, appointed to report such amendments to the Confederation, and such resolutions as it may be necessary to recommend to the several states, for the purpose of obtaining from them such powers as will render the federal government adequate to the ends for which it was instituted, beg leave to submit the following report to the consideration of Congress ...

Names

  • United States. Continental Congress.
  • Johnson, William Samuel, 1727-1819, former owner.
  • Continental Congress Broadside Collection (Library of Congress)

Created / Published

  • [New York : s.n., 1786]

Headings

  • -  United States.--Articles of Confederation
  • -  United States.--Continental Congress--Powers and duties
  • -  United States--New York--New York

Genre

  • Broadsides--New York (N.Y.)--1786
  • Broadsheet format (Printing)--New York (N.Y.)--1786

Notes

  • -  Report recommending seven new articles to the Articles of Confederation, given Aug. 7, 1786. Cf. Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 31, p. 494-501.
  • -  Imprint suggested by JCC, v. 33, p. 753. Formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in JCC, v. 31, p. 965 (#549). Bristol gives Dunlap as printer and Philadelphia as place of publication.
  • -  Not in Evans.
  • -  Bristol B6400
  • -  Shipton & Mooney 44996
  • -  Journals of the Continental Congress, 549
  • -  LC copy annotated on recto: Powers of Congress. Mr. Johnson.
  • -  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

Medium

  • 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 43 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • Cont Cong no. 197

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 90898174

Online Format

  • image
  • online text

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Chicago citation style:

United States Continental Congress, William Samuel Johnson, and Continental Congress Broadside Collection. The grand committee, consisting of Mr. Livermore, Mr. Dane, Mr. Manning, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Smith, Mr. Symmes, Mr. Pettit, Mr. Henry, Mr. Lee, Mr. Bloodworth, Mr. Pinckney and Mr. Houstoun, appointed to report such amendments to the Confederation, and such resolutions as it may be necessary to recommend to the several states, for the purpose of obtaining from them such powers as will render the federal government adequate to the ends for which it was instituted, beg leave to submit the following report to the consideration of Congress. [New York: s.n, 1786] Online Text. https://www.loc.gov/item/90898174/.

APA citation style:

United States Continental Congress, Johnson, W. S. & Continental Congress Broadside Collection. (1786) The grand committee, consisting of Mr. Livermore, Mr. Dane, Mr. Manning, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Smith, Mr. Symmes, Mr. Pettit, Mr. Henry, Mr. Lee, Mr. Bloodworth, Mr. Pinckney and Mr. Houstoun, appointed to report such amendments to the Confederation, and such resolutions as it may be necessary to recommend to the several states, for the purpose of obtaining from them such powers as will render the federal government adequate to the ends for which it was instituted, beg leave to submit the following report to the consideration of Congress. [New York: s.n] [Online Text] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/90898174/.

MLA citation style:

United States Continental Congress, William Samuel Johnson, and Continental Congress Broadside Collection. The grand committee, consisting of Mr. Livermore, Mr. Dane, Mr. Manning, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Smith, Mr. Symmes, Mr. Pettit, Mr. Henry, Mr. Lee, Mr. Bloodworth, Mr. Pinckney and Mr. Houstoun, appointed to report such amendments to the Confederation, and such resolutions as it may be necessary to recommend to the several states, for the purpose of obtaining from them such powers as will render the federal government adequate to the ends for which it was instituted, beg leave to submit the following report to the consideration of Congress. [New York: s.n, 1786] Online Text. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/90898174/>.