From the Washington (D.C.) Daily Globe, 2/8/1849, p. 2, c. 5

THIRTIETH CONGRESS.
SECOND SESSION.
IN SENATE,
WEDNESDAY, February 7, 1849.

Mr. HUNTER presented a petition from the President and Directors of the Tredegar Company, of Richmond, Virginia, asking compensation for cannon made for the Navy Department, and expressing a belief that the guns rejected by the examiner were as good as had been previously received from the Tredegar Company, &c; which was referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs.
[remainder of day’s bills, unrelated, were not transcribed – MDG]

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