William BinghamWilliam Bingham (March 8, 1752February 7, 1804) was an American statesman from Philadelphia. He was a delegate for Pennsylvania to the Continental Congress from 1786 to 1788 and served in the United States Senate from 1795 to 1801. Provided by Wikipedia
Amendment, proposed by Mr. Bingham, to the bill, prescribing the mode of deciding disputed elections of president and vice president of the United States
A description of the situation, climate, soil, and productions of certain tracts of land in the District of Maine and Commonwealth of Massachusetts
by Bingham, William, 1752-1804.
A letter from an American, now resident in London, to a member of Parliament on the subject of the restraining proclamation and containing strictures on Lord Sheffield's pamphlet o...
London, Decr. 11, 1800. Gentlemen, We were favoured with your joint letter of June 20, inclosing a list of books for the intended library at Washington, and we instantly set about...
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