UNITED STATES. CONGRESS. DOCUMENTS. A group of 106 congressional documents all concerning the war. All are 8vo and in generally good condition.
Although only a fraction of the total output of Congress during the war, the collection represents a good sample of congressional concerns and actions.
 29th Congress, 1st Session. Fourteen items, including several presidential messages and Taylor’s dispatches. Also includes a report on war steamers accompanied by nine folded plates from various sources.
 29th Congress, 2nd Session. Fifteen documents, many concerning financing the war and various resolutions of state legislatures.
 30th Congress, 1st Session. Twenty-nine items relating to various aspects of the war, including a long report on Frémont’s court martial and numerous reports on Yucatán.
 30th Congress, 2nd Session. Twelve items, mostly concerned with the armed forces.
 31st Congress, 1st Session. Four items on various topics.
 31st Congress, 2nd Session. Six items, including some material related to the boundary line. Two of the items have maps.
 32nd Congress, 1st Session. Six items, including a report on the Battle of Cerro Gordo.
 34th Congress, 1st Session. Five items, including two on Frémont’s California expedition.
 35th Congress, 1st Session. Two documents concerning financial matters.
 32nd Congress, 2nd Session – 63rd Congress, 2nd Session. Thirteen items dealing with various aspects of the war, some well after the fact. Includes material on paying soldiers a pension for their service.