Report of the Committee to whom was Referred the Correspondence between Mr. Monroe and Mr. Canning, and between Mr. Madison and Mr. Rose, relative to the attacked of Chesapeake : and also a communication from the President of the United States of the 30 March last, with a letter from Mr. Erskine to the Secretary of State, and a letter from M. Champagny to Gen. Armstrong.--
AuthorUnited States. Congress. Senate. Committee to Whom was Referred the Correpsondence between Mr. Monroe and Mr. Canning.
Monroe, James, 1758-1831.
Canning, George, 1770-1827.
Madison, James, 1751-1836.
Rose, G. H. (George Henry), Sir, 1771-1855.
United States. Dept. of State.
United States. Congress. Senate.
KeywordChesapeake-Leopard Affair, 1807.
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