1798 United States Congressional Acts Approved in Print by President John Adams & Thomas Jefferson VP in Print
1798-Dated Federal Period, Printed Document, List of Three (3) ACTS of Congress Approved in Print by President John Adams, the first also signed in print by Thomas Jefferson as Vice-President, Very Fine.
An original Printed Document titled, “AN ACT” measuring 8.25” x 13.5”, 1 page, (Washington). Some minor splits with some tone at fold lines. Document lists Three (3) ACTS passed by Congress and approved by President John Adams, including:
1. “An Act To continue if force, a part of anact respecting the compensation to the officers and mariners of the revenue cutters... Approved--May 8, 1798. (John Adams), President of the United States.
2. “An Act for the relief of sick and disabled seamen... Aproved--July 16, 1798. (John Adams), President of the United States.”
3. “An Act to suspend, for a further time, the duties upon the manufacture od snuff within the United States, and the drawbacks upon the exportation thereof... Approved -- July 16, 1798. (John Adams), President of the United States.”
Contemporary notation on the blank reverse “Acts of Congress 1798”.