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A369Foreign Immigration. Sir: There are two questions of fundamental and primary importance which the present Congress seem exceeding loth to take properly in hand.
A415American Emigrant Company, Chartered for the Promotion of Foreign ImmigrationJuly, 1864
B16An den Vorstand des Freien Deutschen Hochstifts in Frankfurt a. M.September 15, 1865
B17An die Direction der Hamburg-Amerikanischen Packetfahrt-Gessellschaft HamburgSeptember 18, 1865
B37The President Directs that, except immigrant passengers directly entering an American port by sea, henceforth no traveler shall be allowed to enter the United States from a foreign country without a passport.Dec. 7, Jan. 14, July 1, 1864
B38Republican Landmarks: Or, The Views and Opinions of American Statesmen, on Foreign Immigration.
B39Instructions in Regard to Passports.April, 1863
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