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Proposed pension to Mrs. Denny ; Case of Penelope Denny.

Author/creator United States. Congress 1825-1826)
Other author/creatorcontained in (work): United States. Congress. Register of debates in Congress.
Format Book and Print
Publication Info Washington [D.C.] : [Gales & Seaton], 1826.
Descriptioncolumns 861-867, 1,326-1,347 ; 25 cm
Abstract Before the House of Representatives, a bill is proposed and read three times which would grant Penelope Denny half of her son's pension after he was killed in service of the Navy. Lewis Williams of North Carolina is one of the main opponents of the bill.
General noteTitle from column 862.
General noteExcerpted from: Register of debates in Congress : comprising the leading debates and incidents of the first session of the Nineteenth Congress: : together with an appendix, containing the most important state papers and public documents to which the session has given birth: : to which are added, the laws enacted during the session, with a copious index to the whole. : Vol. II / United States. Congress (19th, 1st session : 1825-1826). Washington [D.C.] : Printed and published by Gales & Seaton., 1826.
General noteTwo columns per page.
Other titleCase of Penelope Denny.

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