Jackson, Andrew. Proclamation by Andrew Jackson, President of the United States: Whereas, a
Convention Assembled in the State of South Carolina, Have Passed an Ordinance by Which They Declare, “that the Several Acts and Parts of Acts of the Congress of the United States Purporting to Be Laws for the Imposing of Duties and Imposts on the Importation of Foreign Commodities … Are Unauthorized by the Constitution of the United States, and Violate the True Meaning and Intent Thereof, and Are Null and Void, and No Law”… I, Andrew Jackson … Have Thought Proper to Issue This My Proclamation, Stating My Views of the Constitution and Laws Applicable to the Measures Adopted by the Convention of South Carolina … in Testimony Whereof, I Have Caused the Seal of the United States to Be Hereunto Affixed … Done at the City of Washington, This 10th Day of December … One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty-Two. Boston: Printed at the Office of the Boston Statesman, by True and Greene, 1832. Print.