Virginia Resolutions of 1798/Delaware
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STATE OF DELAWARE.
In the House of Representatives, February 1, 1799.
Resolved, By the Senate and House of Representatives of the state of Delaware, in General Assembly met, that they consider the resolutions from the state of Virginia as a very unjustifiable interference with the general government and constituted authorities of the United States, and of dangerous tendency, and therefore not fit subject for the further consideration of the General Assembly.
ISAAC DAVIS, Speaker of the Senate.
STEPHEN LEWIS, Speaker of the House of Representatives
Test, JOHN FISHER, C. S.—JOHN CALDWELL, C. H. R.