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Massachusetts, Bath and Frenchman's Bay proposed to be made ports of de
livery, (Bills H. R. No. 23)

94
Legislature of, makes a representation respecting the whale
and cod fisheries,

193
prays assumption of the balance of debt,

556
representation respecting invalid soldiers by the General
Court of

467
Mediterranean trade, report on the

346
Members of Congress, journals and acts to be furnished to

42,44
required to report account of travelling expenses
newspapers to be furnished to

187, 333, 334, 440
inquiry into commencement of term for which they
were elected, (See Joint Committees)

207
Merchant service, proposition to govern and regulate seamen in the, (Bills H.
Ř. No. 61)

205, 208
Messages, from the House of Representatives, how to be received by the
Senate,

S2
from the President of the United States, how to be received by
both Houses,

40, 41, 45
Messengers, compensation to the, (Bills H. R. No. 19)
Militia, uniform system proposed for the

74, 75, 78
plan for the arrangement of the, (Bills H. R. No. 81)

144, 199, 254
account of the, in service during the war,

199
propositions to establish a system for the, 334, 337, 342, 349, 445, 457, 622

(Bills H. R. No. 102, 112, 148, 185)
President authorized to call out the, (Bills H. R. No. 185) 577, 579, 740
proposition to place on the pension list the wounded officers and sol.
diers of the, (Bills H. R. No. 234)

672, 693, 703
Military establishment of the United States, message relative to the

542
proposition to reduce the

657, 661, 662, 664
Mint, proposition to establish a National, (Resol. Sen.)

194, 402
report on the establishment of a, (Bills Sen. No. 27)

366, 370, 491
foreign coins to be assayed at the

630, 663
proposition to amend act regulating the, (Bills H. R. No. 210) 630, 657
Petitions from Maryland, inhabitants of, 12, 26, 89, 90, 92, 104, 195, 199, 222, 338,

363, 453, 660, 671, 673
Massachusetts, inhabitants of, 34, 46, 147, 149, 154, 163, 164, 166,

169, 175, 191, 197, 252, 287, 296, 349,
364, 371, 439, 447, 455, 547, 626, 653,

660, 665, 671, 673, 697, 712
Morse, Jedediah

33, 35, 137
McLean, Archibald
McGarrah, John

58, 123, 137, 141
McLean, James

90, 137
McAllister, Archibald,

97, 124, 137, 141, 178
Malcolm, Henry

112, 123, 137, 141
Markley, Charles

112, 123, 137, 141, 199
McPherson, John

75, 157
Montgomery, William

141
Miller, Lemuel
McCord, John, (Bills H. R. No. 70) 150, 152, 211, 232, 233
Morris, Robert, memorial

154, 155, 156, 171, 173
McToksin, Jehoiakim, (see Resolutions H. R.)

160, 161, 166
McComb, James

161
Mumford, William

162, 164, 169
Martlings, Barent

163, 192, 221
Mason, William

163, 167, 178
Mills, John

171, 172, 177
McKennan, William

172, 173, 195
McKenzie, John

174, 177, 231
McCoy, Ephraim

179, 198, 199

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Petitions from Mitchell, John H.

. 190, 194,
Middleton, Basil

191, 198, 213
McGibbons, Joseph

193, 198, 199
McFall, Thomas

207, 247
Moore, Stephen, (Bills H. R. No. 76)

208, 236
Mentgres, Francis, (see Resolutions Á. R.) 210, 215, 219, 252, 270, 281
McKinstry, Thomas

213, 221
Miles, Walter

222, 251
Miller, John J.

285
Macomb, Alexander

290
McCullen, Mary, widow

244
McIntire, Thomas

336, 379, 393
Mix, Timothy

337, 379, 393
Mansfield, Isaac

338, 339
Merrill, Daniel

342, 380
McDonald, Donald

350, 393
Musgenung, Anthony

351
McLaughlin, Patrick

352, 393
Miller, Peter

376
Mix, Esther

378
McLane, Charles

382
Middleton, William

388
McKean, Thomas

389
McDade, William

393
Moore, Richard

440
McClary, Elizabeth, widow

440
Motte, Jacob & William

440, 459
Manley, John

447
McCormick, Charles

448
Mountford, Timothy

448, 500
Muckelroy, James

450
McKinsie, John

452
Moore, John Elias

458, 583
Morris, David

458
Moore, Alpheus

458
McGowan, John

458
Murray, Reuben

458
Mercier, John D.

465, 468, 619, 706
Malphus, Ezekiel

466
Marx, Elizabeth

474, 583
Minor, Amos

474
McElhatton, William

474
Mutterspack, John

474
Meyer, Conrad

474
McNally, Henry

474
Moyer, John

474
McCulloch, Robert

475
McCoy, William

475
Murphy, Barnabas

475, 490
McWilliams, Alexander

477
McClary, Michael

486
McKinty, John

492
Marshall, Christopher, jr.

493, 505
Marshall, Charles

493, 505
Morgan, Zedekiah

494
Mangnall, John

494
Merkel, Gideon

500
Miller, Daniel

500
McHam, Thomas & Esther

501
McLean, Roger

502, 580
Mackins, Samuel

505

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505, 626

510
511
517
520
527
537
540

Petitions from McGitton, William

Morell, D. L.
McElderry, Thomas
Murray, Thomas
McCail, Archibald
Murphy, Nicholas
Montgomery, John
McPherson, John
Manning, Laurence
MeLean, James
Marnesia, Claudius Lisay
McMullen, Mary
Miller, Peter
Mackey, William
Merchants, Newburyport

Wilmington, N. c.
Miami purchase, inhabitants within the
Murray, Reuben
Manly, John
Mifflin, Warner
McBeath, Alexander
Minor, Amos
Monbreun, Timothy de
Mitchell, John, jr.
Morrison, Hugh
Morrison, James
Moore, John & Mary
Miller, John
McClure, James
Matthews, William
Montgomery, James
McCleary, Micbael
Moulton, William
Matthews, Thomas
McClary, Elizabeth
Moore, Alpheus
Martin, Anna
Mercer, Hugh (See Bills Senate, No. 45)

580

580
622, 651, 735

626
626
626

626
627,
627,

634

635
635, 662

636

653
653, 655

668

674
682, 735

696
699
701
711
711
712
728

N.

National defence, proposition to provide a system of 141, 254, 334, 337, 342, 349, 145

(Bills H. R. No. 81, 102, 112, 148.)
National Bank, proposition to establish a

. 336, 341
(Bills H. R. No. 125, and Senate No. 17.)
National Assembly of France, eulogium of Benjamin Franklin, by the

368
(Resol. Sen.)
Naturalization, proposition to provide a system

of

. 141, 145, 152, 159

(Bills H. R. No. 37, 40.)
Navigation and commerce, committee appointed on
proposition to encourage

338, 354,376
Navy of the United States, memorials of the officers of the 184, 216, 250, 353, 354, 356

(Bills H. R. No. 127.)
New Hampshire, members from, appear, viz :

first session, first Congress :

Nicholas Gilman
Samuel Livermore

26
Abiel Foster
second session, first Congress :
Abiel Foster, Nicholas Gilman, and Samuel Livermore,

133

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95

New Hampshire, members from, appear, viz :

third session, first Congress :
Abiel Foster, Nicholas Gilman, and Samuel Livermore

329
first session, second Congress :

Nicholas Gilman, Samuel Livermore, ard Jeremiah Smith 433
second session, second Congress :
Nicholas Gilman, Samuel Livermore, and Jeremiah Smith

609
amendments to the Constitution of the United States, adopt-
ed by

159, 303
fort and light house ceded to the United States, by

439
New Jersey, members from, appear, viz :

first session, first Congress :
Elias Boudinot

5
James Schureman and Lambert Cadwallader

6
Thomas Sinnickson

12
second session, first Congress :
Elias Boudinot and James Schureman

134
Lambert Cadwallader

140
Thomas Sinnickson

142
third session, first Congress :
Elias Boudinot, Lambert Cadwallader, James Schureman, and
Thomas Sinnickson

329, 334
first session, second Congress :
Elias Boudinot

433
Abraham Clark, Jonathan Dayton, and Aaron Kitchell

435
second session, second Congress :
Elias Boudinot, Abraham Clark, and Jonathan Dayton

609
Aaron Kitchell

614
election of Representatives confirmed
amendments to the Constitution of the United States ratified by 292, 313
lot of land at Sandy Hook invested in the United States by

347
New York, City Hall appropriated to the use of Government

8
members from, appear, viz:
first session, first Congress:
John Lawrence and Egbert Benson

11
William Floyd

12
Peter Sylvester and Jobn Hathorn

19
Jeremiah Van Rensselaer

31
second session, first Congress :
Egbert Benson, William Floyd, and John Lawrence

133
Jeremiah Van Rensselaer

134
John Hathorn

137
Peter Sylvester

143
third session, first Congress :
Egbert Benson, William Floyd, John Lawrence, and Peter Syl-
vester

329
Jeremiah Van Rensselaer

336
John Hathorn

338
first session, second Congress :
James Gordon, John Lawrence, Peter Sylvester, and Thomas
Tredwell

433
Egbert Benson

448
Cornelius C. Schoonmaker

455
second session, second Congress :
Egbert Benson, John Lawrence, and Thomas Tredwell

609
James Gordon

611
Cornelius C. Schoonmaker

614
Peter Sylvester

616
oath to be administered to Mr. Speaker and Members by the
Chief Justice of the State of

11
application respecting amendments to the Constitution, from

members from
letter from weighers and measurers of the port of

97

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New York, Treasurer communicates a copy of the laws of

142
amendments of the Constitution ratified by

· 189, 304
proposition to cede Sandy Hook lighthouse to the U. States by 189, 203

to provide for safe-keeping of the prisoners of the
United States by

189
thanks for the use of the Hall voted to the city of

297
lands on Montok Point ceded to the United States by

721
Newspapers, Members of Congress to be supplied with 34, 187, 191, 194, 333, 440,611

(Resol. H. R.)
proposition to reduce postage on (Bills H. R. No. 169) 525, 529
relative to the transmission of

620, 621, 674, 705
North Carolina, members from, appear, viz :

second session, first Congress :
Hugh Williamson

178
John Baptiste Ashe

182
Timothy Bloodworth

190
John Steele

196
John Sevier

243
third sessioni, first Congress :
Timothy Bloodworth and Hugh Williamson

330
John B. Ashe

336
John Sevier

338
John Steele

346
first session, scond Congress :
John Stecle and Hugh Williamson

434
Nathaniel Macon

438
William Barry Grove
John Baptiste Ashe

449
second session, second Congress :
Nathaniel Macon, John Steele, and Hugh Williamson

610
John Baptiste Ashe

618
William Barry Grove

619
Constitution of the United States, adopted by

138, 299
amendments to the Constitution of the U. States, ratified by 240, 311

recommended by 185
proposition to cede Western lands to the United Sates by 150, 162

(Bills Senate No. 7, and Resolutions Senate.)
to adopt the laws of the U. States to State of 142, 146, 208

(BiHs Senate No. 10, and H. R. No. 36, 68.)
to establish Courts of the United States in

219, 220
(Bills H. R. No. 68.)
to aker places of holding Courts U. S. in 352, 362, 720
(Bills Senate No. 44.)

439
one acre of land on Ocracock

Islands for a light-house, ceded
to the United States by

442
authority to lay a tonnage or toll duty on vessels coming over

the Bar and Swash, and Croatan Shoals, requested by 583, 604
better from Circuit Judges of the District of

614, 616
arrangement in regard to certain surveys in

685
Northern boundary of Territory ceded to the United States by 629, 631

(Bills H. R. No. 202.)
Narthwestern Territory, proceedings of the Governor of Kaskaskia, Kahokia,
and Prairie

382
copies of laws published by the Governor and Judges
of the, required

505, 517, 521, 527
publication of the laws of the, directed

544
proposition relative to the Government of the . 544, 555

(Bills H. R. No. 175.).
location of settlements on Little Miami, proposed 574
resurvey of lands in the, requested at public expense 628, 649

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