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Petitions from Johnston, Mary

712
Jack, Patrick

712
Journals, of late Congress to be furnished to Members, (Resol. H. R.)

42, 46
to be printed with Constitution of United States, prefixed and dis-
tributed,

42, 44, 58, 129
supplemental and secret,

737
Joint Rules, of the two Houses (see Rules)

66
Judiciary, salaries of the (Bills H. R. No. 28)

112, 113
report by the Attorney General on the system of the, 289, 346, 448, 451,

465, 482, 489, 493, 495
representation of the Judges of the Supreme Court of the United

States on the subject of the, (Bills Senate No. 41) 614, 615, 665
Judicial Courts of the United States, establishment of the, (Bills Sen. No. 1) 63
to be established in North Carolina, (Bills H. R. No. 68)

219, 220
provision for the officers of the, considered,

286, 289
proposition to amend act establishing, (Bills H. R. No. 212,
and Sen. No. 41)

658, 684, 704
Judicial proceedings, proposition so to authenticate in the several States as to
be effective in all, (Bills H. R. No. 58)

150, 204
Jurors, proposition to make provision for, (Bills H. R. No. 133, Sen. No. 28,) 286, 289,

369, 375, 385, 389, 509, 562

K.

Kentucky, communication relative to erection of the district of, into a State,

and proceedings of the Legislature of, (Bills Sen. No. 16) 333, 411
regulation of number of Representatives from (Bills Sen. No. 20) 377
copy of the Constitution for the State of, communicated,

614
members from, appear,
second session, second Congress, viz :
Alexander D. Orr,

615
Christopher Greenup,

616
representation of the Legislature of, respecting a claim against the

United States for the expenses of an expedition against the
Indians,

678
Petitions from Kemmena, Englebert

77, 123, 137
Kuhn, Christian

181, 198, 199
Knap, Joel

207, 221
Kuffee, Benjamin

209, 247
Kearsly, Samuel

357, 380
King, Robert

368, 385, 393
Knight, John

376, 735
Kuhn, Elizabeth

378
Kuhn, Ludwig

380, 476,580, 651, 668
Keemle, John

380
Knipe, Christian

391, 580
Kent, Ebenezer

392, 696
Kentucky, citizens of

455
Kinloch, Cleland

440
Kezselbaugh, Oswald

446
Knapp, Elijah

451
Koch, Adam

552
Keefe, Benjamin

468, 652
Kipple, Lawrence

478
Keyster, John

483
Kennedy, Mary

491, 696
Kemble, Robert

520
Kittredge, Joseph

521, 583
Keith, Simeon

618
Knox, Patrick

618
Kuhl, Caspar

632
Kirkwood, Robert

634

Petitions from Keyes, Amasa & E.

King, Charles
Kellar, Francis (Bills Ħ. R. No. 244)
Kimberly, Ephraim (See Bills A. R.'No. 244)
Krow, William
Kirper, Julius

Page.

636

661

668, 705
574, 668, 705, 723

677, 734

680

L.

Lands of the United States, unappropriated, in the Western Territory, 42, 48, 64

reserved for the Virginia line, (Bills H. R. No. 85) 65, 69,

114, 138, 149, 150, 207, 252, 270
proposition for a uniform system for the disposal
of the, (Bills II. R. No. 114)

143, 348
proposition by North Carolina to cede certain

Western lands the United States, (Bills Sen.
No.7)

150
reports of the Secretary of the Treasury on the
disposition of the

276, 283, 338
Secretary of the Northwest Territory reports,
respecting grants of

342
proposition to grant to settlers at Vincennes and
Ilinois Territory, 'Bills Sen. No. 15)

394
proposition to appoint Receivers for the offices of
the

348
report required of the quantity not claimed by

Indians, or citizens of the United States of the
(Resol. Sen.)

400, 451
committee on President's message relating to sale

of vacant, (Bills H. R. No. 184 ) 445, 543, 585
granted as bounty to officers and soldiers of the

Virginia line
Jadge Symmes's purchase on the Great Miama

of, (Bills H. R. No. 186)
proposition to make title for, and cede additional

quantity of, to the Ohio Company, (Bills H.
R. No. 174)

550
communication from Governor of Pennsylvania

respecting a purchase of lands bounding on

Lake Erie, ( Bills H. R. No. 157, 162) 478, 479, 498
proposition from Messrs. Hebert & Co. of Paris,
to purchase a quantity of vacant

621
ceded to the United States by Virginia, to be

surveyed at the expense of the finited States,
( Bills H. R. No. 215 )

657
grant of 50,000 acres to inhabitants of Gallsopo-
lis, (Bills H. R. No. 238 )

709, 714
Land Offices, proposition to establish, (Bills H. R. No. 17)

64, 69
proposition to establish one principal and two subordinate, ( Bills
H. R. No. 114)

347, 354
Land Companies, memorial of Illinois and Wabash

472, 473, 358
Laws of the United States, proposition to alter, with respect to North Caro-

lina, (Bills Sen. No. 10, H. R. No. 36, 68) 142, 208
proposition to alter, with respect to Rhode Island,
(Bills R. H. No. 71, 73)

232, 233, 234
permission granted to collate and print, (Resol.
H. R.)

377
extended to Vermont, (Bills H. R. No. 128, 378, 381
Learning, proposition to increase the penalties, of the act for the encourage
ment of, ( Bills H. R. No. 123, 171)

366, 373, 489

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Light Houses, beacons, buoys, and pilots, proposition to establish and regio
late, (Bills H. R. No. 12)

44, 57
proposition to amend act establishing, (Bills H. R. No. 84)

270
proposition to provide for support of, (Bills Sen. No. 23, 34,
H. R. No. 241)

404, 451, 489, 615, 719
proposition by South Carolina to cede one on Middle Bay Island, 164, 203
proposition by New York to cede one on Sandy Hook,

189, 203
proposition to complete one at Portland Head, Maine, (Bills
H. R. No. 97)

289
proposition to complete one on Bald Head, at the mouth of

Cape Fear river, North Carolina, (Bills H. R. No. 168) 525, 527
proposition to erect one on Montok Point, New York, (Bills
Sen. No. 29)

540
Library, proposition to prepare a catalogue of books for the Congressional

206, 249
Loan Office Certificates, proposition to receive those dated after 1st January,
1790

369
memorial of public creditors holding

371, 377
Loans, report on the Holland, (Bills H. R. No. 36)

391, 392
subscriptions to the several, (Bills H. R. No. 240) 445, 503, 718, 719
proposition to provide for public debt by, (Bills H.R. No. 178) 556, 560, 561, 565
commissioners of, extra expenses provided for, (Bills H. R. No. 194) 526, 537,

594, 598, 601
from Bank of the United States, proposition relative to a plan for the
redemption of the, ( Bills H. R. NO. 207)

624, 631, 652
proposition to provide for the payment of debts due by the United
States to individual States by, (Bills H. R. No. 217, 220) 637, 667, 688,

669, 670, 672
account of the application of the Holland

653
President requested to cause to be furnished an account of each 655, 662
supplementary statement of

668
call for copies of authorities under which loans were negotiated, pur-
suant to the acts of August the 4th and 12th, 1790

677, 689
proposition relative to the subscription to the several loans, (Bills H.
R. No. 240)

718
Petitions from Lewis, Alexander

26, 137
La Jeunesse, Prudent

90, 123, 137, 626
Lotbiniere, Marquis de

97, 105
Lincoln, Rufus

147, 160, 177
Leiper, Thomas

165, 168
Lutterloh, Henry Emanuel, (Bills 11. R. No. 223 ) 193, 220, 275, 286

337, 469, 470, 604, 677, 687
Lewis, Robert, representatives of

245, 393
Livingston, John R.

269
Lloyd, Richard

286, 385, 476, 492
Lewis, John

330, 333, 626
Linn, John

337, 380
Lucas, Barnabas

339, 393
Longcammer, Anna Wilhelmina

344, 393
Laurens, Henry

346, 365, 402, 530, 543
Latham, James

357
Lane, William

360, 580
Leitch, Sarah and James F.

,362, 378, 393
Lane, Timothy

364, 393
Lollar, David

368, 393
Lockman, Charles

371, 696
Le Roy, George

372
Ledyard, Isaac

380, 532, 625, 696, 733
Lilly, Thomas

442
Learned, Ebenezer

442
Levy, Abrahan

446
Lebo, Henry

447

Page

447
452, 735
455, 500

458

458

Petitions from Lemman, Patrick

Lether, John
Low, Alexander,
Loring, William
Levan, Jacob
Lincoln, Mark
Lucas, Nathaniel
Lewis, Thomas
Leeds, William
Liplong, Joseph
Langly, William
Lincoln, Benjamin, (Bills H. R. No, 160)
Lee, Stephen
Leonard, Enoch
Ley, Henry
Laeur, Philip
Lane, Job
Loehman, John
Leavenworth, Abigail
Lesher, John
Lovell, Elizabeth
Ladd, Eliphalet
Lindsay, Samuel
Laub, Conrad
Lawrence, Joseph
Le Brun, Monsieur
Le Brun, Jerom Michael
Lyon, Robert
Levan, Jacob

464, 467, 696

466
469
475

482
484, 487, 489,493

486

490
492, 583

494

500
502, 618

521
528, 696

529
578, 583
658, 735

674
676, 735

687

M.

445, 457

524
580

5
6
7
16
46

Magazines, Arsenals, and Fortifications, message relative to,

(Bills H. R. No. 148, 185)
Magnetic needle, proposition relative to the variation of the,
Marine Hospitals, report on the subject of,
Maryland, members from appear,

first session, first Congress, viz :

William Smith,
George Gale,
Daniel Carroll,
Benjamin Contee,

Michael J. Stone,
second session, first Congress :

Joshua Seney,
Daniel Carroll,
William Smith,
Michael J. Stone,
George Gale,

Benjamin Contee,
third session, first Congress :

Joshua Seney,
William Smith,
Michael Jennifer Stone,
Daniel Carroll,
George Gale,
Benjamin Contee,

150
167

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Maryland, members from appear, viz :

first session, second Congress :
Joshua Seney and Samuel Sterrett,

436
Upton Sheridine,

444
William Vans Murray,

451
Philip B. Key,

463
John Francis Mercer,

502
second session, second Congress :
Philip B. Key and William Vans Murray,

610
John Francis Mercer,

621
Samuel Sterett,

661
William Hindman,

686
Legislature of, offers a Territory of 10 miles square to the United
States for the Seat of Government,

36
amendments to the Constitution of the United States, ratified by, 145, 307
Congress assents to act increasing duty on tonnage, passed by
(Bills H. R. No. 93, 103, 115, 164) 286, 287, 337, 338, 356, 357, 358,

507, 508
act of, to empower Wardens to levy and collect a duty therein named, 355
Governor of, communicates resignation of William Pinkney, and
election of J. F. Mercer in his place,

451, 457, 459, 461
proposition to adjust claims for moneys paid to N. R. Moore, by the
Treasurer of, (Bills H. R. No. 180)

555, 569, 570, 571
resignation of Joshua Seney, as Representative from

635
return of William Hindman as do.

677
Manufactures, foreign and domestic,

12, 31, 46
proposition to encourage

141
report on

468, 495
Mail, memorial from Contractors for carrying the

154
Postmaster General directed to report the several routes of the

194
Marshals, proposition to provide for, (Bills H. R. No. 126, 133) 369, 375, 385, 389
Massachusetts, members from appear,

viz :
first session, first Congress :
George Thatcher, Fisher Ames, George Leonard, El-
bridge Gerry,

3
Benjamin Goodhue,
George Partridge,
Jonathan Grout,

34
Theodore Sedgwick,

48
second session, first Congress :
Fisher Ames, Elbridge Gerry, Benjamin Goodhue, Jona-

than Grout, George Partridge, and George Thatcher, 133
Theodore Sedgwick,

140
George Leonard,

143
third session, first Congress :

Fisher Ames, Benjamin Goodbue, and George Thatcher, 329
Elbridge Gerry and Jonathan Grout,

331
George Partridge,

334
George Leonard,

336
Theodore Sedgwick,

341
first session, second Congress :
Fisher Ames, Sheerjashub Bourne, Elbridge Gerry,

Benjamin Goodhue, George Thatcher, and Artemus
Ward,

433
Theodore Sedgwick,

438
second session, second Congress :
Fisher Ames, Sheerjashub Bourne, Elbridge Gerry,
Benjamin Goodhue, George Thatcher, and Artemus
Ward,

609
George Leonard,

610
Theodore Sedgwick,

620
VOL. 1.-100

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