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The 1799 State of the Union Address was given to the United States Congress, on Tuesday, December 3, 1799, by the second president of the United States, John Adams. He said, "the return of health, industry, and trade to those cities which have lately been afflicted with disease, and the various and inestimable advantages, civil and religious, which, secured under our happy frame of government, are continued to us unimpaired, demand of the whole American people sincere thanks to a benevolent Deity for the merciful dispensations of His providence."[1] It was the last address to be given at Congress Hall, Philadelphia.

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  1. ^ "State of the Union Address: John Adams (December 3, 1799)". www.infoplease.com.
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