[Washington], 1841. 6pp., on a single folded sheet. Minor toning. Unopened and untrimmed. Very good. Incredibly scarce report filed by the Committee on the Territories, on behalf of the citizens of West Florida, requesting payment for losses endured in Florida by U.S. troops. The United States entered into a treaty with Spain during the cessation of Florida which detailed mutual claims against each other and payment for losses. While some of these claims were settled, the Spanish citizens of Florida claim that the U.S. have used semantics to avoid full settlement, specifically for damages sustained during Jackson's expedition against Pensacola in 1814. SERVIES 2681. (Inventory #: WRCAM51074)
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