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The First Presidential Veto, 3–5 April 1792

From: Washington Papers | Presidential Series | Volume 10 | The First Presidential Veto, 3–5 April 1792

No. Author Recipient Title Date Context
1 Washington, George United States House of Representatives VI: To the United States House of Representatives, 5 … 1792-04-05 I have maturely considered the Act passed by the two Houses, intituled “An Act for an...
2 Hamilton, Alexander Washington, George II: From Alexander Hamilton, 4 April 1792 1792-04-04 The Secretary of the Treasury presents his respects to the President of the United States. He was...
3 Jefferson, Thomas Washington, George III: From Thomas Jefferson, 4 April 1792 1792-04-04 The Constitution has declared that “Representatives & direct taxes shall be apportioned among the...
4 Randolph, Edmund Washington, George IV: From Edmund Randolph, 4 April 1792 1792-04-04 The attorney general of the U.S. has the honor of reporting to the President of the U.S., on the...
5 Lear, Tobias Washington, George V: Tobias Lear’s Notes on the Opinions of the Cabinet … 1792-04-04 The opinion of the Secretary of State declares the bill unconstitutional—for it does not...
6 Knox, Henry Washington, George I: From Henry Knox, 3 April 1792 1792-04-03 Agreeably to your directions as delivered to me this day by the Attorney General, I have...
7 Editorial Note Congress’s presentation of “An Act for an apportionment of Representatives among the several...