1835 State of the Union Address by President Andrew Jackson, one of the earliest such documents we have ever come across. Originally known as "Message of the President of the United States", and later became known as the State of the Union Address. In this sixteen page softcover document Jackson gives a detailed account of the ruptured relations with France, calling for a more reasonable position on France's part. The President updates Congress on his proposed banking legislation and the financial health of the country as a whole. Printed at the Office of the sun, Washington, DC, 1835. 8vo. 16 pp. Disbound pamphlet; owner's name written in fountain pen on front. Devoted primarily to the issue of relations with France and disagreements over the 1831 treaty providing for French payment of "claims of American citizens for spoliations during the Napoleonic wars" Original.