Resolution of the House of Representatives, 10 March 1792

Congress of the United States

Resolved, that this House has received, with sentiments of high satisfaction, the notification of the King of the French, of his acceptance of the Constitution presented to him in the name of the Nation: and that the President of the United States be requested, in his answer to the said notification, to express the sincere participation of the House in the interests of the French Nation, on this great and important event, and their wish that the wisdom and magnaminity, displayed in the formation and acceptance of the Constitution, may be rewarded by the most perfect attainment of it’s object, the permanent happiness of so great a people.

Signed by order, and in behalf of the House of Representatives,

J. Trumbull, Speaker


John Beckley, Clerk.

PrC (DLC); in Henry Remsen’s hand; at foot of text: “(Copy).” Tr (NNC).