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..25,
Noes

..36.
The ayes and noes being demanded by one-fifth of the members present,
Those who voted in the affirmative, are,
Fisher Ames,

George Partridge,
Egbert Benson,

Jeremiah Van Rensselaer,
Elias Boudinot,

James Schureman,
William Floyd,

Theodore Sedgwick,
Abiel Foster,

Joshua Seney,
Elbridge Gerry,

Peter Silvester,
Benjamin Goodhue,

William Smith, of Maryland,
Jonathan Grout,

William Smith, of South Carolina,
John Hathorn,

Jonathan Sturges,
Benjamin Huntington,

George Thatcher,
John Lawrance,

Jonathan Trumbull, and
George Leonard,

Jeremiah Wadsworth.
Samuel Livermore,
Those who voted in the negative, are,
John Baptist Ashe,

James Madison, junior,
Abraham Baldwin,

George Mathews,
Timothy Bloodworth,

Andrew Moore,
John Brown,

Peter Muhlenberg,
Edanus Burke,

John Page,
Lambert Cadwalader,

Josiah Parker,
Daniel Carroll,

Thomas Scott,
George Clymer,

John Sevier,
Isaac Coles,

Roger Sherman,
Benjamin Contee,

Thomas Sinnickson,
Thomas Fitzsimons,

John Steele,
George Gale,

Michael Jenifer Stone,
Nicholas Gilman,

Thomas Sumpter,
Samuel Griffin,

Thomas Tudor Tucker,
Thomas Hartley,

John Vining,
Daniel Heister,

Alexander White,
James Jackson,

Hugh Williamson; and
Richard Bland Lee,

Henry Wynkoop. Another motion was then made and seconded to amend the said bill, by striking out, in the said first section, the words “on the River Potomac, at some place between the mouths of the Eastern Branch and Connogocheque,” and inserting in lieu thereof, the words “ in the State of Maryland, including the town of Baltimore.”

A division of the motion was called for; and on the question for striking out in the. said first section, the words “on the River Potomac, at some place between the mouths of the Eastern Branch and Connogocheque,”

...26,
Noes.

..34.
The ayes and noes being demanded by one-fifth of the members present,
Those who voted in the affirmative, are,
Fisher Ames,

George Partridge,
Egbert Benson,

Jeremiah Van Rensselaer,
Elias Boudinot,

James Schureman,
William Floyd,

Theodore Sedgwick,
Abiel Foster,

Joshua Seney,
Elbridge Gerry,

Roger Sherman,
Benjamin Goodhue,

Peter Silvester,
Jonathan Grout,

William Smith, of Maryland,
John Hathorn,

William Smith, of South Carolina,
Benjamin Huntington,

Jonathan Sturges,
John Lawrance,

George Thatcher,
George Leonard,

Jonathan Trumbull, and
Samuel Livermore,

Jeremiah Wadsworth.
Those who voted in the negative, are,

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John Baptist Ashe,

James Madison, junior,
Abraham Baldwin,

George Mathews,
Timothy Bloodworth,

Andrew Moore,
John Brown,

Peter Muhlenberg,
Lambert Cadwalader,

John Page,
Daniel Carroll,

Josiah Parker,
George Clymer,

Thomas Scott,
Isaac Coles,

John Sevier,
Benjamin Contee,

Thomas Sinnickson,
Thomas Fitzsimons,

John Steele,
George Gale,

Michael Jenifer Stone,
Nicholas Gilman,

Thomas Sumpter,
Samuel Griffin,

Thomas Tudor Tucker,
Thomas Hartley,

John Vining,
Daniel Heister,

Alexander White,
James Jackson,

Hugh Williamson, and
Richard Bland Lee,

Henry Wynkoop.
And so the said motion to amend was negatived.

Another motion was then made and seconded to amend the said bill, by striking out, in the third section, the words “purchase, or,” and on the question thereupon,

26. It passed in the negative, Aves

35.
The ages and noes being demanded by one-fifth of the members present,
Those who voted in the affirmative, are,
Fisher Ames,

George Partridge,
Egbert Benson,

Jeremiah Van Rensselaer,
Elias Boudinot,

James Schureman,
William Floyd,

Theodore Sedgwick,
Abiel Foster,

Joshua Seney,
Elbridge Gerry,

Roger Sherman,
Benjamin Goodhue,

Peter Silvester,
Jonathan Grout,

William Smith, of Maryland,
John Hathorn,

William Smith, of South Carolinu,
Benjamin Huntington,

Jonathan Sturges,
John Lawrance,

George Thatcher,
George Leonard,

Jonathan Trumbull, and
Samuel Livermore,

Jeremiah Wadsworth.
Those who voted in the negative, are,
John Baptist Ashe,

James Madison, junior,
Abraham Baldwin,

George Mathews,
Timothy Bloodworth,

Andrew Moore,
John Brown,

Peter Muhlenberg,
Edanus Burke,

John Page,
Lambert Cadwalader,

Josiah Parker,
Daniel Carroll,

Thomas Scott,
George Clymer,

John Sevier,
Isaac Coles,

Thomas Sinnickson,
Benjamin Contee,

John Steele,
Thomas Fitzsimons,

Michael Jenifer Stone,
George Gale,

Thomas Sumpter,
Nichloas Gilman,

Thomas Tudor Tucker,
Samuel Griffin,

John Vining,
Thomas Hartley,

Alexander White,
Daniel Heister,

Hugh Williamson, and
James Jackson,

Henry Wynkoop. Richard Bland Lee, Another motion was then made and seconded to amend the said bill, by inserting, after the word "purchase,” in the third section, the words “with such money only as may be granted to the President of the United States, in the manner herein after provided;” and on the question thereupon,

26. It passed in the negative, Ayes

Noes

33.

The ayes and noes being demanded by one-fifth of the members present,
Those who voted in the affirinative, are,
Fisher Ames,

George Partridge,
Egbert Benson,

Jeremiah Van Rensselaer,
Elias Boudinot,

James Schureman,
Edanus Burke,

Theodore Sedgwick,
William Floyd

Joshua Seney,
Abiel Foster,

Roger Sherman,
Elbridge Gerry,

Peter Silvester,
Jonathan Grout,

William Smith, of Maryland,
John Hathorn,

William Smith, of South Carolina,
Benjamin Huntington,

Jonathan Sturges,
John Lawrance,

George Thatcher,
George Leonard,

Jonathan Trumbull, and
Samuel Livermore,

Jeremiah Wadsworth.
Those who voted in the negative, are;
John Baptist Ashe,

George Mathews,
Abraham Baldwin,

Andrew Moore,
John Brown,

Peter Muhlenberg,
Lambert Cadwalader,

John Page,
Daniel Carroll,

Josiah Parker,
George Clymer,

Thomas Scott,
Isaac Coles,

John Sevier,
Benjamin Contee,

Thomas Sinnickson,
Thomas Fitzsimons,

John Steele,
George Gale,

Michael Jenifer Stone,
Nicholas Gilman,

Thomas Sumpter,
Samuel Griffin,

Thomas Tudor Tucker,
Thomas Hartley,

John Vining,
Daniel Heister,

Alexander White,
James Jackson,

Hugh Williamson, and
Richard Bland Lee,

Henry Wynkoop. James Madison, junior, Another motion was then made and seconded to amend the said bill, by adding to the end of the third section the words following: “ Provided, That the purchases and buildings aforesaid shall not exceed the sum of dollars:" And, on the ques tion thereupon,

26, It passed in the negative, Ayes

Noes
ayes and noes being demanded by one-fifth of the members present,
Those who voted in the affirmative, are,
Fisher Ames,

Jeremiah Van Rensselaer,
Egbert Benson,

James Schureman,
Elias Boudinot,

Theodore Sedgwick,
Edanus Burke,

Joshua Seney,
William Floyd.

Roger Sherman,
Abiel Foster,

Peter Silvester,
Elbridge Gerry,

William Smith, of Maryland,
Jonathan Grout,

William Smith, of South Carolina,
John Hathorn,

Jonathan Sturges,
Benjamin Huntington,

George Thatcher,
John Lawrance,

Jonathan Trumbull, and
George Leonard,

Jeremiah Wadsworth.
Samuel Livermore,
Those who voted in the negative, are,
John Baptist Ashe,

Benjamin Contee,
John Brown,

Thomas Fitzsimons,
Lambert Cadwaladet,

George Gale,
Daniel Carroll,

Nicholas Gilman,
George Clymer,

Samuel Griffin,
Isaac Coles,

Thomas Hartley,

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Daniel Heister,

John Sevier,
James Jackson,

Thomas Sinnickson,
Richard Bland Lee,

John Steele,
James Madison, junior,

Michael Jenifer Stone,
George Mathews,

Thomas Sumpter,
Andrew Moore,

Thomas Tudor Tucker,
Peter Muhlenberg,

John Vining,
John Page,

Alexander White,
Josiah Parker,

Hugh Williamson, and
Thomas Scott,

Henry Wynkoop. Another motion was then made and seconded to amend the said bill, by striking out the fifth section, in the words following, to wit:

" And be it enacted, That, prior to the first Monday in December next, all offices attached to the Seat of the Government of the United States, shall be removed to, and until the said first Monday in December, in the year one thousand eight hundred, shall remain at, the city of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, at which place the session of Congress next ensuing the present shall be held;" and on the question thereupon, It passed in the negative,

Ayes ...

28,
Noes

33.
The ayes and noes being demanded by one-fifth of the members present,
Those who voted in the affirmative, are,
Fisher Ames,

George Partridge,
Egbert Benson,

Jeremiah Van Rensselaer,
Timothy Bloodworth,

James Schureman,
Elias Boudinot,

Theodore Sedgwick,
Edanus Burke,

Joshua Seney,
William Floyd,

Roger Sherman,
Abiel Foster,

Peter Silvester,
Elbridge Gerry,

William Smith, of Maryland,
Jonathan Grout,

William Smith, of South Carolina,
John Hathorn,

Jonathan Sturges,
Benjamin Huntington,

George Thatcher,
John Lawrance,

Jonathan Trumbull,
George Leonard,

Thomas Tudor Tucker, and
Samuel Livermore,

Jeremiah Wadsworth.
Those who voted in the negative, are,
John Baptist Ashe,

James Madison, junior,
Abraham Baldwin,

George Mathews,
John Brown,

Andrew Moore,
Lambert Cadwalader,

Peter Muhlenberg,
Daniel Carroll,

John Page,
George Clymer,

Josiah Parker,
Isaac Coles,

Thomas Scott,
Benjamin Contee,

John Sevier,
Thomas Fitzsimons,

Thomas Sinnickson,
George Gale,

John Steele,
Nicholas Gilman,

Michael Jenifer Stone,
Benjamin Goodhue,

Thomas Sumpter,
Samuel Griffin,

John Vining,
Thomas Hartley,

Alexander White,
Daniel Heister,

Hugh Williamson, and
James Jackson,

Henry Wynkoop. Richard Bland Lee, Another motion was then made and seconded to amend the said bill, by striking out, in the fifth section, the words December next,” and inserting, in lieu thereof, the words "May, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two;" and on the question thereupon,

28. It passed in the negative, Ayes

Noes

32. The ayes and noes being demanded by one-fifth of the members present)

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Those who voted in the affirmative; are,
Fisher Ames,

George Partridge,
Egbert Benson,

Jeremiah Van Rensselaer,
Timothy Bloodworth,

James Schureman,
Elias Boudinot,

Theodore Sedgwick,
Edanus Burke,

Joshua Seney,
William Floyd,

Roger Sherman,
Abiel Foster,

Peter Silvester,
Elbridge Gerry,

William Smith, of Maryland,
Jonathan Grout,

William Smith, of South Carolina,
John Hathorn,

Jonathan Sturges,
Benjamin Huntington,

George Thatcher,
John Lawrance,

Jonathan Trumbull,
George Leonard,

Thomas Tudor Tucker, and
Samuel Livermore,

Jeremiah Wadsworth.
Those who voted in the negative, are,
John Baptist Ashe,

James Madison, jr.
Abraham Baldwin,

George Mathews,
John Brown,

Andrew Moore,
Lambert Cadwalader,

Peter Muhlenberg,
Daniel Carroll,

John Page,
George Clymer,

Josiah Parker,
Isaac Coles,

Thomas Scott,
Benjamin Contee,

John Sevier,
Thomas Fitzsimons,

Thomas Sinnickson,
George Gale,

John Steele,
Nicholas Gilman,

Michael Jenifer Stone,
Samuel Griffin,

Thomas Sumpter,
Thomas Hartley,

John Vining,
Daniel Heister,

Alexander White,
James Jackson,

Hugh Williamson, and
Richard Bland Lee,

Henry Wynkoop. Another motion was then made and seconded to amend the said bill, by striking out, in the fifth section, the word “December,” and inserting in lieu thereof, the word “May;" and on the question thereupon,

Ayes

28, It passed in the negative,

Noes

33.
The ayes and noes being demanded by one-fifth of the members present,
Those who voted in the affirmative, are,
Fisher Ames,

George Partridge,
Egbert Benson,

Jeremiah Van Rensselaer,
Timothy Bloodworth,

James Schureman,
Elias Boudinot,

Theodore Sedgwick,
Edanus Burke,

Joshua Seney,
William Floyd,

Roger Sherman,
Abiel Foster,

Peter Silvester,
Elbridge Gerry,

William Smith, of Maryland,
Jonathan Grout,

William Smith, of South Carolina,
John Hathorn,

Jonathan Sturges,
Benjamin Huntington,

George Thatcher,
John Lawrance,

Jonathan Trumbull,
George Leonard,

Thornas Tudor Tucker, and
Samuel Livermore,

Jeremiah Wadsworth.
Those who voted in the negative, are,
John Baptist Ashe,

Isaac Coles,
Abraham Baldwin,

Benjamin Contee,
John Brown,

Thomas Fitzsimons,
Lambert Cadwalader,

George Gale,
Daniel Carroll,

Nicholas Gilman,
George Clymer,

Benjamin Goodhue,

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