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Alexander J. Dallas (6th United States Secretary of the Treasury)
Alexander J. Dallas (Amerikaans advocaat (1759-1817))
Alexander J. Dallas (amerikansk advokat)
Alexander J. Dallas (politicien américain)
Alexander J. Dallas (US-amerikanischer Politiker)
Dallas, A. J.
Dallas, Alexander James
Franklin
Даллас, Александр Джеймс
الکساندر جی. دالاس (وکیل آمریکایی)
アレクサンダー・ダラス
亞歷山大·J·達拉斯
Dates: 
1759-1817
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Callaway, H.G.
Franklin, Benjamin (1706-1790)
John Bailey Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Oswald, Eleazer (1755-1795)
Pennsylvania. Supreme Court
Printed Ephemera Collection (Library of Congress)
Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
United States. Supreme Court
William Duane Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Wilson, James (1742-1798))
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address of the Society of Constitutional Republicans, The
Alexander James Dallas correspondence and memorandum
Alexander James Dallas, lawyer, politician, financier, 1759-1817
Exposition of the causes and character of the late war with g. britain
Features of Mr. Jay's treaty : to which is annexed a view of the commerce of the United States, as it stands at present, and as it is fixed by Mr. Jay's treaty.
Laws of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania from the 14th Oct. 1700 tot the 20th April 1795
Laws of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, from the fourteenth day of october, one thousand seven hundred... (to the twenty-seventh day of february one thousand eight hundred and one,) republished... by Alexander James Dallas...
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury (A. J. Dallas) transmitting... a statement of the amount of duties and drawbacks on goods, wares and merchandise imported into the United States and exported therefrom, during the years 1812, 1813 and 1814...
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury (A. J. Dallas) transmitting his annual report upon the state of the finances of the United States, December 7th, 1815...
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury (A. J. Dallas) transmitting the annual statement of the duties of customs for the year 1814 and the sales of public lands for the year ending on the thirtieth of September, 1815, also statements relating to the internal duties and direct tax for the year 1814. December 21, 1815...
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury (A. J. Dallas) transmitting two statements of the importations of goods, wares and merchandise in American and foreign vessels, and an aggregate view of both, from the first of October 1813 to the thirtieth of September, 1814...
Letter from the secretary of the treasury, transmitting the annual statement of the duties of customs for the year 1814, and the sales of public lands for the year ending on the thirtieth of September, 1815. Also, statements relating to the interval duties and direct tax, for the year 1814.
Letters of Franklin on the conduct of the executive and the treaty negociated by the chief justice of the United States with the court of Great-Britain.
Manifeste du gouvernement américain, (10 février 1815)
opinion of Judge Cooper on the effect of a sentence of a foreign court of admiralty, The
Reports of cases ruled and adjudged in the courts of Pennsylvania, before and since the Revolution
reports of the Supreme court of Pennsylvania, from the year 1754 to the year 1844;, The
Sir, the arrangements of the Treasury require that the following points, in relation to the public funds deposited in the State Banks, to the credit of the Treasurer of the United States, should be ascertained with all convenient dispatch
substance of a speech delivered by James Wilson, Esq Explanatory of the general principles of the proposed Faederal Constitution; upon a motion made by the Honorable Thomas M'Kean, in the Convention of the State of Pennsylvania. On Saturday the 24th of November, 1787., The
To the citizens of the county of Philadelphia : Friends and fellow citizens, in common with the citizens of the state, you have been addressed by the committee, appointed to promote the election of James Ross ...
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