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PRESIDENT JAMES MADISON - FOUR LANGUAGE SHIPS PAPERS SIGNED 07/23/1811 CO-SIGNED BY: SIMON THEUS, WILLIAM CROUCH, PRESIDENT JAMES MONROE - HFSID 348145

JAMES MADISON, JAMES MONROE, and OTHERS Four men signed these framed papers, including two future Presidents of the United States Four Language Ship Papers Signed: “James Madison”, “Jas. Monroe” (as Secretary of State), “Simon Theus”, and “Wm. Crouch”.

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Condition: fine condition
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JAMES MADISON, JAMES MONROE, and OTHERS
Four men signed these framed papers, including two future Presidents of the United States
Four Language Ship Papers Signed: “James Madison”, “Jas. Monroe” (as Secretary of State), “Simon Theus”, and “Wm. Crouch”. Dated July 23, 1811. 21x16. Printed in four languages: French, Spanish, English, and Dutch. Framed with images of the two Presidents of the United States and informative plaques. James Madison (1751-1836),thefourth President of the United States (1809-1817), rendered enormous service to his country even before attaining that office. He is often referred to as"the Father of the Constitution"due to his influential voice at the Constitutional Convention and strong advocacy for the document through his work on The Federalist Papers. As leader of the 1st Congress, he was the chief framer of the Bill of Rights. He was Secretary of State under President Jefferson (1801-1809) and an original organizer of the Democratic-Republican Party, progenitor of the Democratic Party. James Monroe (1758-1831) succeeded Madison as President, serving previously in a few federal government posts. From October 1814 to February 1815, he was both Secretary of War and Secretary of State. As President for two terms, his foreign policy stance against foreign intervention in newly independent countries of the Americas became known as the Monroe Doctrine. At the end of his tenure, the opposition Federalist Party dissolved and the Democratic-Republican Party split in two. Simon Theus and William Crouch were both South Carolina state officials who represented the state in this agreement. Regular wear and folds. Dime-sized holes along crease in Spanish-language copy. Frame chipped at corners. Otherwise, fine condition. Framed in the Gallery of History style: 50x26¼.

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