Minutes, 11 April 1844

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Er arose to say that the first edition of “General Smiths views of the powers and policy of the Government of the U.S.” was near all sold and he motioned that a new edition be published with the foregoing “namefor its caption
Er asked whether “Jeffersonian” or “Jefferson” Democracy was most proper.
Prest. J. Smith said one was proper as the other.
The question was called for and the motion adopted unanimously
The call for the report of the Committee was renewed, whereupon arose and said that in consequence [p. [101]]
Er arose to say that the first edition of “General Smiths views of the powers and policy of the Government of the U.S.” was near all sold and he motioned that a new edition be published with the foregoing “name” for its caption
Er asked whether “Jeffersonian” or “Jefferson” Democracy was most proper.
Prest. J. Smith said one was proper as the other.
The question was called for and the motion adopted unanimously
The call for the report of the Committee was renewed, whereupon arose and said that in consequence [p. [101]]
Page [101]