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Jonathan Dayton argued that the terms of the Louisiana Purchase obliged the United States to respect the rights of the territorial inhabitants including their right to own slaves.three on both votes, with New Jersey Senator Jonathan Dayton voting with John Quincy

Adams and Timothy Pickering against restricting slavery in the Louisianas

three on both votes, with New Jersey Senator Jonathan Dayton voting with John Quincy

Adams and Timothy Pickering against restricting slavery in the Louisianas

three on both votes, with New Jersey Senator Jonathan Dayton voting with John Quincy

Adams and Timothy Pickering against restricting slavery in the Louisianas

three on both votes, with New Jersey Senator Jonathan Dayton voting with John Quincy

Adams and Timothy Pickering against restricting slavery in the Louisianas

In 1793 he voted for the fugitive slave law.

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