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Concord New Star (Newspaper) - June 27, 1797, Concord, New Hampshire N E fV THE ST A R \ R i F i; B L I C A N , M i J . k L A N f C t ! , I I T \ H T At BY RU^^M • DAVIS, CONCORD, KEWH. No. XII.-JufiE 27, 1797. COiVGR£5S. sis4rt^M r 24. »^HH mowing Addfffi ro th« X P efu'tnt ot the U. States, in Anivtec to his St^ecch. at !h# opening of the feiu^n, was tbil diy preicDted to him, at hit houfc, ?iz. fi /¿f Prffiitnt $f li^ Vmiud S:sitt, tin, THE ¿knafe ol the Uni ed Srttei reqnert you to «crept ibeif ac-kiit sw ff'gemeiit« for ihc c»>in^re-hec five tnd intcftrtiog detail fou hive gtyert in your Ipeech to both Houie* of Coogrcfs, on the ^xift-i ig ftate of* the Uoion. While we regret the necefTity of the preient inectiog of the Leglda-tur«, we »ifh 10 ejtprcis oyr entire appcobattcfi of your coodu^ in convening if, on this moiiientoyi UCCAfluO, The Ajperintc«dtacf of cur national fitth» honor and dtgnixy, in a great memfure, conrti-tutiouAUy dc|>oiittd with tte Ez-ecufiw. we obferve. »iih Tiiigtiiaf ratisfadioo, tht viglknce. firoiaeii and prorviptitude» exhibited by you. in I hi« critical ftale of our public afliitrs, and from thence rive anttvidencc and pledge of the reAltade tnd integrity of your «d-miniAutioD. Aod m€ art itaCi- ble, it ii an oljcA o/ primiry importance, that each branch of the goverrsmeot ihould adogt a U«-gtiage and i)AetXi of co»diid, which ihiU be cool, jyft. tad dif-puTionate, but 6rtn, ejrplkit,aad decided. We are equilly dtCirouf, you, to preierve ptftc« and friefid-fliip with all nations, and sre hsp> py to be informed, thj^t neiiher ih« honor nor intcrdh of the Uoifcd Stalrf forbid »dvancrt for Cscvr. ing thele defir«bieot>je6>, »mi. cable Regotiitioo with tUt Fienrl% Repiiblac This aietho<i of ic'jui^. ing national Ciffereocti. ti nor co -ly the mcd mild, but the mcit ia-tional and humane, atvd. g«v. ernfnents diipoftd to bcjuri, can feldom tail of rucce «. wlien fairV. candidly and tincertly ufed. It have commined errcri. a^d caia be made irrfible ol thc^ . wc a-grtee with ycHi» in opinii^n, th^it %t ought to corrr^ them, aod con)-penCate ihe injuriea whiih miy have been cowiequent iliertat, ; •nd we tmft the French RepQh!;c wiil be a^uated by the iasie }ui\ and benevolent prtncipiea id oa-tionat poiky. We do therefore oaofl fiocetelf appeoire d your determinitton lo promote and accelemte an acctH»* ■vodatioQ of our exiflbg diilcr-
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