Bacon, E., & United States. Congress House. (1809). Mr. Bacon's motion for arming the merchant vessels of the United States: And authorizing them to repel, by force, any attempt to search, restrain, or seize them by any French or British armed vessel. : January 27, 1809. : Read, and referred to the committee of the whole House, to whom is committed a motion made by Mr. Nicholas, relative to a repeal of the embargo, and defending the neutral rights of the United States upon the high seas. City of Washington [D.C.]:: A. & G. Way, printers..MLA Citation
Bacon, Ezekiel, and United States. Congress House. Mr. Bacon's Motion for Arming the Merchant Vessels of the United States: And Authorizing Them to Repel, By Force, Any Attempt to Search, Restrain, or Seize Them By Any French or British Armed Vessel. : January 27, 1809. : Read, and Referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to Whom Is Committed a Motion Made By Mr. Nicholas, Relative to a Repeal of the Embargo, and Defending the Neutral Rights of the United States Upon the High Seas. City of Washington [D.C.]:: A. & G. Way, printers., 1809.