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Committee, joint-2d Sess. 1st Cong:

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on unfinished business of last session, appointed

143
report

144
on enrolled bills, appointed

151
report 152, 153, 163, 182, 183, 186, 187, 190, 191, 193, 198, 202, 204, 212,

221, 225, 233, 241, 243, 247, 252, 253, 255, 257, 268, 272, 274, 275,

278, 281, 282, 286, 294, 295, 296, 297, 298
to inquire and report on the question, When according to the Constitu.

tion, the terms for which the President, Vice President, Senators,
and Representatives, have been respectively chosen, shall be deemed
to have commenced? And, also, to consider of, and report their
opinion on such other matters as relate to this question, appointed

(See Resolutions F. R.) report 215, 216, 217, 218, 236
to consider when it will be proper to adjourn, and what business is neces-
sary to be acted on previously. (See Res. H. R.) appointed

235

report 238, 246, 251
to consider what further regulations are necessary for carrying on busi-
ness between the two Houses, appointed

report
to wait upon the President, and notify him of the proposed recess,
appointed

295
report

297
3d Session, 1st Congress-
to wait on the President, and notify him that a quorum of the the two
Houses have assembled, appointed

330
on ,

341
report 342, 350, 351, 352, 366, 368, 371, 372, 373, 374, 377, 378, 381, 387

,
395, 396, 398, 399, 407.
to consider and report the proper time of the meeting of next Congress
(See Bills H, R. No. 122, 132) -

358, 359, 363, 366
ist Session, 2d Congress-
to wait on the President and inform him that a quorum of both Houses
have assembled

434, 433
for enrolled bills, appointed
report 450, 475, 479, 483, 486, 492, 494, 505, 507, 508, 509, 521, 525, 526,

538, 540, 541, 543, 544, 549, 553, 554, 555, 573, 575, 581, 583, 387,

590, 592, 593, 597, 600, 602, 603, 605.
to consider and report on the subject of erecting an equestrian statue to
General Washington, appointed

468
on unfinished business

515, 525, 551
to request the President of the United States to recommend a day of
thanksgiving, humiliation, and prayer

595
to notify the President of the United States of the proposed recess of
Congress

594, 600, 601, 602
28 Session, 2d Congress-
to wait on the President to inform him that a quorum of both Houses
have assembled

610
for enrolled bills, appointed
report 653, 656,666, 667, 670
, 693, 695, 696, 698, 700, 703, 705, 706

, 712,
717, 718, 722, 723, 725, 730, 731, 733, 734.
to ascertain and report the mode of examining the votes for President and

Vice President, and of notifying the persons who shall be elected of
their election, and to regulate the time, place, and manner, of admin-
istering the oath of office to the President

689, 694, 699, 700, 703
to wait on the President, and inform him of his unanimous re-election - 703, 704

that Congress is ready to adjourn
Compensation to the President of the United States, (Bills H. R. No. 15, 227) 26, 40

43, 60, 61, 64, 690, 693
of Vice President, and Members of Congress, (Bills H. R. No.
19, 227)

40, 41, 43, 60, 61, 71, 690,693
to the officers, assistants, and clerks, of the Executive Depart.

ments, (Bills H. R. No. 21)

449, 450

- 651, 652

733

72, 89
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Compensation to the Secretary of the Senate, and Clerk of the House of Re-
presentatives, (Bills H. R. No. 19)

61
to the sergeant-at-arms, doorkeeper, and assistant doorkeeper,
of the House of Representatives, (Bills H. R. No. 19)

64
, H

112
to the Attorney General of the United States, (Bills H.R. No.

113
to the Members of the House of Representatives, and their
clerks, committee appointed to ascertain the,

120
to persons employed in the intercourse between the United
States and foreign nations, (Bills H. R. No. 35, 52)

141
to Roger Alden, acting as Secretary of State, (BiUs H. R.
No. 47)

153
to inspectors and officers to collect duties on distilled spirits

,
(Bills H. R. No 119)

359, 363, 625
to widows, orphans, and invalids, (Bills H. R. No. 139, 152, 159,
Senate, 37)

364, 444
to clerks, marshals, jurors, and witnesses, in courts of the Unit.
ed States, (Bills H. R. No. 126, 133)

385
to commissioners of loans, (Bills H. R. No. 135)

388, 389
to commissioners for treating with Southern Indians, (Bills H.
R. No. 160)

492, 493, 495
to revenue officers, (Bills H. R. 183), : 564, 579, 581, 625
Conference, committee of, on disagreeing votes on-

An act for laying a duty on goods, wares, and merchandise im-
ported into the United States

53, 54, 55
An act imposing duties on tonnage

53, 54, 55
An act to establish a Treasury Department

76, 89
An act allowing compensation to Members of Congress

105, 106
An act allowing compensation to the President and Vice Presi-
dent of the United States

105, 113
An act to regulate processes in the courts of the United States, 125, 127
Amendments to the Constitution of the United States 116, 117, 120, 121
Titles to be annexed to the offices of President and Vice Pre-
sident of the United States

32, 34
An act to provide for the remission or mitigation of fines, forfeit-
ures, and penalties,

182, 192
An act giving effect to the act therein named, in respect to the
State of North Carolina

215, 216
An act to provide the means of intercourse between the United
States and foreign nations

231, 250
An act regulating post offices and post roads

269, 276
An act to regulate trade and intercourse with the Indian tribes 269, 273
An act providing for the settlement of accounts between the
United States and the States,

269, 270, 275
An act repealing duties on distilled spirits, and laying others in
their stead

388, 391
An act for the protection of the frontiers

522, 523, 525
An act to regulate the claims to half.pay and invalid pensions 528
An act making an apportionment of Representatives, 539, 540, 543
An act more effectually to provide for the national defence 587
An act regulating processes in courts of the United States 596, 599
An act to regulate claims to invalid pensions

691, 708
An act to fix the time for the next meeting of Congress, 723, 724, 732
Congress, first under the Constitution, first session

3
second ditto

133
third ditto

329
second

do
first ditto

433
second ditto

609
journals of the late, to be furnished members

42, 46
journals and acts of, to be printed

42, 46

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Congress, Constitution of the United States to be prefixed to acts of, (Resol.
H. R.)

58
acts of, to be enrolled, examined, signed, &c.

67, 69
adjournment of first session first Congress proposed and considered,

(Resol. H.R.; 71, 72, 78, 89, 90, 118, 130
second session, do (Resol. H. R.) 235, 237, 238, 246, 251,

270, 298
third session, do

409
first session, second Congress, 564, 586, 598, 606
second session, do

735
proposition to alter time of meeting of, (Bills H. R. No.31)

116
proposition to fix at Old Philadelphia, the seat of

95
acts of, to be transmitted to the Executives of States, (Resol. Sen.)
proposition to furnish newspapers to members of - 187, 191, 194
proposition to provide books for the use of members of 206, 249
place of meeting changed, (Resol. H. R.)

231, 239
court house at Philadelphia prepared for

334
proposition to consider time of meeting of next, (Bills H. R. No.

122, 132, 187, 236) 358, 359, 363, 366, 371, 388, 586, 709, 713
Connecticut, members from appear, viz :

first session, first Congress:
Benjuamin Huntington, Jonathan Trumbull, and Jeremiah

Wadsworth
Roger Sherman and Jonathan Sturges
second session, first Congress:
Roger Sherman

133
Jonathan Sturges and Jeremiah Wadsworth

134
Jonathan Trumbull

137
Benjamin Huntington

140
third session, first Congress:

Benjamin Huntington, Roger Sherman, Jonathan Sturges 329
Jonathan Trumbull and Jeremiah Wadsworth

334
first session, second Congress:
James Hillhouse, Jonathan Sturges, Jonathan Trumbull,
Jeremiah Wadsworth, and Amasa Learned

433
second session, second Congress,

Amasa Learned, Jonathan Sturges, Jonathan Trumbull 609
James Hillhouse

615
Jeremiah Wadsworth

626
Constitution of Government of the United States,
ratified by eleven States

S
application of Virginia respecting amendments to the

28
New York
amendments to the, proposed to the States, (Resol. H. R.) 46, 64
amendments to the, considered 64, 67, 70, 79, 80, 81, 82, 84, 86, 87, 88,

89, 115, 117, 120, 121, 122, 124
adopted by North Carolina

138, 299
ratified by Rhode Island

232, 243, 300
amendments thereto ratified,

145, 159, 164, 170, 175, 187,

189, 240, 254, 292
amendments proposed to the States, to the

404
amendments, first article ratified by Pennsylvania

439
by Virginia

453
amendments proposed and considered

448, 451, 472
amendments ratified by the States of Virginia and Vermont,

483, 493
Consuls and Vice Consuls, regulation of fees of, (Bills H. R. No. 86) 243, 255, 256, 271
proposition to permit them to own vessels

256
proposition respecting, (Bills Sen. No. 18, 24) 364, 465
Contingent expenses of the House of Representatives, inquiry into

120
Contingent Fund, statements of expenditure of the 355, 484, 614, 685, 632
Continental Taxes, propositions to compensate receivers of, (Bills H. R. 158,

480, 487, 623

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Convention between H. M. C. Majesty and the United States, proposition to
establish a consular, (Bills H. R. No. 143)

406
Counterfeiting public papers, device proposed for preventing,

152
Courts of the United States, proposition to regulate processes of the, (Bills
Senate, No.4, 9, 28, H. R. No.124, 237) 115, 202, 370,

373, 509, 710, 713
proposition to provide seals for Supreme and Cir.
cuit, (Resol. H. R. :

277
proposition to alter places of holding in Pennsyl.
vania, (Bills Senate, No. 13)...

206
proposition to alter places of holding in Vermont

and North Carolina, (Bills Sen. No. 44, 718, 720, 723
proposition to establish in North Carolina, (Bills
H. H. No. 68)

219, 220
proposition to establish in Rhode Island, (Bills
H. R. No. 71, 73)

232, 233, 234
proposition to make provision for officers, jurors,

and witnesses, (Bills H. R. No. 126, 133, Sen.

No. 28) 286, 289, 369, 375, 385, 389, 509, 562
proposition to alter times of holding, (Bills Sen.
No. 31)

544
proposition to amend act establishing, (Bills H.
R. No. 212, Sonate No. 41)

658, 684, 704
Crimes against the United States, punishment of, (Bills Sen. No. 2 and 6)

95, 109
States to surrender persons charged with certain, (Bills H. R. No. 146) 444, 454
Currency of the United States, subject referred to the Secretary of State, 142, 268

proposition to establish uniformity in the 338, 341, 356
Customs, proposition to compensate officers of the, (Bills H. R. No. 183) 579, 581
Petitions from Churchman, John (Bills H. R. No. 171) 14, 18, 137, 338, 341, 350, 366,

483, 489, 500, 524, 530
Childs, Francis

35
Clark, Seth, and Andrew Newell

26, 137
Campbell, Duncan

36, 123, 137, 627
Coffin, Tristram

54, 123, 137
Colles, Christopher

70, 137, 185, 201, 227
Connecticut, inhabitants of

84, 151, 357, 665
Cruse, Englehart

137
Cochran, John

141, 142, 176
Cravath, Lemuel

142, 203, 625
Carnes, John, jun.

152, 153
Campbell, Donald

154, 158, 197, 370, 355
Carman, Henry

160, 177, 221
Cook, David 162, 163, 176, 181, 189, 378, 385, 393, 399, 448, 463

(See Bills H. R. No. 53, 153 & 140.)
Cowenhoven, Nicholas

167, 197, 249, 625
Collins, Pittman

172, 173, 625
Cole, Thomas

173, 208, 221
Carleton, Samuel

177, 218
Califfe, Stephen

186, 198, 199
Curtis, Elisha

191
Crawford, Thomas

193, 198
Condy, Thomas Hollis

213, 221
Costigin, Lewis I.

213, 251
Cable, Thomas

214, 636
Champlin, Jabez

255
Caldwell, Adam (See Bills H. R. No. 99)

243, 244, 292
Chappell, John

244, 250
Crary, Archibald

249
Conolly, Robert

283, 393
Carlisle, John

333
Cottle, William

342, 385
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Petitions from Clap, Stephen - 342, 386

Colton, Andrew and wife
Colvin, Patrick

349, 625, 629
Cook, William

349
3. Charlesworth, John M.

350, 393
Le Chadwick, Caleb

352, 393
10 Chadwick, Johnson

352, 380
Cardiff, John

357,393
Collins, Charles

357
Cockley, John

360
Crumpton, John

363
Concklin, Ezekiel

372, 625, 629
dis Clingen, Charles

378, 735
Copeland, William

378
Connelly, Michael

378
Coningham, Nesbitt, & Co.

383, 400
Crawford, James

383, 400
Campbell, Thomas (Bills H. R. No. 153)

392, 466
Sa Pue Cox, Joseph

392
2 Claxton, Thomas (Bills Senate, No. 30) 399, 402, 528, 530, 549
Choate, Francis & Isaac

441, 448,449
11 Cerrachi, Joseph

444, 574, 579, 602
Conyngham, Gustavus

446
Cooper, John
1 Crooke, Robert

446, 735
Crane, Henry
oc
Coone, Christian

448, 696
(Colvill, Charles

449, 453, 580, 581, 586, 587
Condy, Thomas Hollis

450
SE FUE Clapham, Josias

450, 457, 583
Croxall, Charles

451, 735
Coone, James

455
ser Carhart, Thomas

433
Cox, Barney

456
d! Craine, John

458, 583
et Crowell, Margaret

464, 583
-Cook, Aaron
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St Cunitz, John Sebastian

474
Curley, John

473
Cowell, Ebenezer

482, 501, 660
Carnaghan, John

483, 500
Chandler, Thomas

483
Caruth, Thomas

487
Collins, Patrick
(4u

494
Courts, Richard Henly

497, 593
Cunningham, Hugh
Carson, James

498, 625

500
Cooke, Noah

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Covenhoven, Peter
Crome, Christopher

510, 721

510
Clagett, Thomas, Horatio, & Judson

511
Craft, Jacob

517
Carr, John

513
Clemens, Jacob

521
Carnes, Edward (Bills H. R. No. 211) 523, 546, 628, 630, 635, 650
Chester, Simeon
Chester, Samuel

528, 733
Cooper, Cornelius

539, 696

540
Carroll, Mary
Crayton, Thomas

560, 696

575
Crumpton, John

590

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