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Petitions from New York, inhabitants of, 17, 70, 92, 94, 97, 110, 143, 154, 157, 158,

175, 186, 248, 341, 347, 366, 376, 385, 440, 446, 448, 450, 451,
453, 503, 505, 517, 518, 523, 574, 584, 627, 661, 662, 665, 671,

673. (Bills H. R. No. 173.)
New Jersey, inhabitants of, 23, 33, 35, 87, 94, 104, 106, 110, 153, 206,

343, 353, 502, 503, 518, 573, 578, 580, 637, 695
New Hampshire, inhabitants of, 182, 183, 190, 196, 208, 213, 214, 215,

216, 349, 466, 481, 626, 656, 660, 671, 673
North Carolina, inhabitants of, 94, 215, 222, 272, 352, 362, 364, 458,

511, 528, 583, 604, 626
Northwestern Territory, inhabitants of,

574, 628, 657
Navy, officers of the late

182, 184, 216, 250, 353, 354
seamen of the late

466
Newell, Andrew, and Seth Clarke

26, 137
Neuville, Louis Pierre Lombart de la

. 252, 270
Nathan, Simon

. 285, 580
Nelson, Alexander

342, 385
Noes, Simeon

350, 393
Nash, Ebenezer

355, 393
Neill, Robert

358, 585, 586
Norris, James

370, 385
Nicholson, John

381, 626, 636
Noyes, Wadley

. 448, 459
Nash, Joseph

451
Napier, Thomas

452, 735
Negus, Samuel

464
Newhouse, Philip

464
Nailor, John

475
Nelmes, Thomas

539
Neufuille, John de

573, 627
Nelmes, Elizabeth

626
Newbold, Caleb

706
0.
Oath, required by 6th article of the Constitution, (Bills H. R. No. 1)

7, 15, 29
Chief Justice of the State of New York to administer the

11
administered to Mr. Speaker, the Members, and the Clerk 44, 46, 48, 49, 79
Senate prepared to take the
administered to Mr. Speaker and the Members 435, 438, 444 to 452, 455, 463,

502, 615, 616, 624
President notifies his readiness to take the

733
Officers and Soldiers of the Virginia line, lands reserved for the (Bills H. R.

No. 85)

149
certificates to be issued to invalid (Bills H. Ř. No. 59). 205, 206, 222
proposition to pay debts due by U. S. to foreign (Bills H. R. No. 116) 354, 357
proposition to provide for widows and representatives of, (Bills H. R.
No. 139)

364 396
Ohio Company, proposition to cede lands and give titles for lands sold to

526, 530,
(!1. R. No. 174)

550, 553
Orders, to be enrolled, examined, signed, and presented,

67
Order, questions of, decided,

108, 228, 561
Ordnance stores, inquiry into the quantity furnished during ihe late war 199, 214
Owners of ships or vessels, inquiry into the extent of their responsibility to
freighters, (Bills H. R. 107)

342, 343
Petitions from Owen, Abraham

141
Oliphant, David

170, 173, 181
Oliver, William

171, 199, 248
Ocain, Jeremiah

173, 269, 385
Ocain, Darby

195, 196
Orme, Joshua

342, 380
Osgood, Isaac

343, 626
Ohe, Andrew

370

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Petitions from Osgood, Joseph ·

448
Osburn, James

493
Officers of Col. Watt's regiment,

507
under Gen. St. Clair,

507, 527, 553
Oram, Darby

517
Ohio Company, (Bills H. R. No. 174)

525, 530, 543, 549
Ohio, inhabitants of, (Bills H. R: No. 238) 574, 697, 703, 709, 712, 714

P.

143

Pennsylvania, members from appear, viz :

first session, first Congress :
Frederick Augustus Muhlenburg, Thomas Hartley, Petet
Muhlenburg, and Daniel Heister,

3
Henry Wyncoop,
Thomas Fitzsimmons,

11
Thomas Scott and George Clymer,
second session, first Congress :
Frederick Augustus Muhlenburg, Peter Muhlenburg, Tho-
mas Scott,

133
Henry Wyncoop,

134
George Clymer,

136
Daniel Heister and Thomas Hartley,

140
Thomas Fitzsimmons,
third session, first Congress :
George Clymer, Thomas Fitzsimmons, Frederick Augustus

Muhlenburg, Peter Muhlenburg, and Henry Wyncoop, 329
Daniel Heister and Thomas Scott,

330
Thomas Hartley,

336
first session, second Congress:
Thomas Fitzsimmons, Daniel Heister, and Frederick Au•
gustus Muhlenburg,

433
Israel Jacobs,

435
William Findley,
Andrew Gregg,

450
John W. Kittera,
Thomas Hartley,

455
second session, second Congress:

Thomas Fitzsimmons and Frederick Augustus Muhlenburg, 609
John Wilkes Kittera,

611
Daniel Heister,

614
William Findley and Israel Jacobs,

615
Thomas Hartley,

616
Andrew Gregg,

637
amendments to the Constitution of the United States ratified by 175, 306
proposition to alter places of holding District Courts United
States in, Bills Senate No. 13)

206
provision for landing goods in the Delaware when the river is
obstructed by ice, (Bills H. R. No. 109)

343, 344
first article of amendments to Constitution United States ratified
Governor's communication relative to persons fled from justice

into Virginia, (Bills H. R. No. 146)
Governor's communication relative to purchase of lands bound-
ing on Lake Erie, (Bills H. R. No. 157, 162)

478, 479, 493
Governor's communication relative to raising troops in the State

497
Pensioners, invalid, petitions and report concerning the, (Bills Å. R. No. 29,
80)

96, 113, 122, 123, 150, 253
prohibition of transfer of pensions by, (Bills H. R. No. 117) 351, 359
Pensions, proceedings on report of Committee on Petitions for, (Bills H. R.
No. 214)

658, 659, 661
497, 499
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Permanent Seat of Government, proposition to fix the, (Bills Senate No. 12,
and Resolutions H. R.)

228
Piers, proposition to provide and regulate public, (Bills H. R. No. 12, 241,
Pilots, proposition to provide and regulate, (Bills H. R. 12, Senate No. 34, 44, 57,451,

489, 615
Postmaster General, letter from the,(Bills Senate, No. 3, and H. R. No. 42, 74,
92)

62, 81, 92, 106, 203, 235
reports on petitions

176, 201
directed to report the different mail routes in the United
States

194
communication from tire, respecting a tax imposed by
New Jersey on the proprietors of lines of stages

699
Post Office, temporary establishment of the, (Resolution H. R. and Bills Se-

nate, No. 3, and H. R. No. 92, 113, 137) 106, 111, 141, 283, 333, 350, 394, 396
Post Offices and Post Roads, proposition to establish, (Bills H. R. No. 113,

137, 154) 141, 333, 350, 394, 396, 443, 465, 483, 486
inquiry into routes, expenses, and location of the 194

alterations necessary in the act regu-
lating the

620, 621, 674, 705
Post Office Department, proposition to establish a, (Bills H. R. No. 42, 74,
92)

144, 162, 203, 235
President and Vice President of the United States, Senate prepared to count
the votes for the

7
result of the election for

8
notification of election to be made by the Se.

nate to
style or titles of, and mode of administering

20, 27, 32
compensation to the, (Bills H. R. No. 15, 227) 41, 43,

690
President of the United States
speech delivered to Congress first session first Congress 24, 25, 26
second session, first Congress

135
third session, first Congress

330, 333
first session, second Congress

435, 438
second session, second Congress 611, 621, 622
address to the
first session, first Congress

26, 27, 31
second session, first Congress

138, 140
third session, first Congress 333, 334, 336
first session, second Congress 439, 441, 442

second session, second Congress 614, 616, 618
salary of the, (Bills H. R. 15, 227)

26, 40, 43, 690, 693
mode of receiving bills and messages from the

40, 41, 43
authorized to raise troops for the protection of Georgia
amendments to the Constitution United States to be transmitted to
the several States by the, (Resolution H. R.)

122
desires to be informed when a quorum meets

134
inquiry into the commencement of the term of office of the, (see
Joint Committees)

297, 296
requested to direct lists of the Army of the United States to be

transmitted to the Executives of the States of Virginia, North
Carolina, and South Carolina, (see Resolution H. R.)

217
proposition to fill the vacancy in case of death or resignation of the,
(Bills H. R. No. 104, 105, 106)

219
regulation of the time when electors are to be chosen for, and the
mode in which the vacancy is to be supplied in the office of,
(Bills H. R. No. 104, 105, 106)

334, 339
requested to cause to be laid beforc the House copies of the official

communications between the Governor of Pennsylvania and
the Secretary of War, respecting the raising troops within the
State

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President of the United States

requested to cause to be laid before the House such papers as may

be necessary to the investigation of the causes of the failure of
the expedition under Major General St. Clair

561
proposition relative to the election of the, (Bills Senate, No. 25) 466
mode of examining votes for the

699, 700
votes for the

701, 702
notifies his readiness to take the oath of office
President of the United States, communicates—first session, first Congress :

message and documents respecting the aggressions of the Indians 73,77
message recommending a uniform system of militia
statement of the troops in the service of the United States

76, 105
letter of the Governor of the N. W. Territory, hostilities of the Wa.
bash Indians and whites

112
letter of the Governor of Rhode Island

125
intelligence of the death of the Dauphin of France

129
message informing Congress that he has no measures to propose at
present

129
second session, first Congress :
the adoption and ratification of the Constitution of the United
States by North Carolina

138
a statement of the state of the Southwestern frontier and the Indian
Department

140, 165
a plan for the arrangement of the militia of the United States

144
the ratification of certain additions and amendments to the Consti.
tution of the United States

145
an act of the Legislature of the State of Rhode Island and Provi.
dence Plantations, for calling a Convention to consider the Con-
stitution proposed for the United States.

148
an act of the Legislature of North Carolina ceding certain Western
lands to the United States

150
the adoption of certain amendments to the Constitution of the Unit-
ed States by New Hampshire

158
Delaware

170
Pennsylvania

175
representation from the Supreme Executive Council of Penne
sylvania respecting Indian hostilities

175
the ratification of amendments to the Constitution of the United
States by South Carolina

187
three acts of the Legislature of New York respecting prisoners of

the United States, lighthouses, and amendments to the Consti-
tution of the United States

189
the accession of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations to the

Constitution of the United States
the ratification of the amendments to the Constitution of the Unit-
ed States by North Carolina .

240
the ratification of the Constitution of the United States by Rhode
Island and Providence Plantations

243
the ratification of the amendments to the Constitution of the Unit-
ed States by do.

254
the ratification of the amendments to the Constitution of the Unit-

ed States by New Jersey
third session, first Congress :
certain official communications from the district of Kentucky rela-
tive to the erection of that district into a State

335
official communications respecting the expedition against the In-
dians

386
reports of the Secretary of the n. w. Territory respecting grants
of land within that Territory

343
report of the Secretary of State on the subject of citizens of the
United States in captivity in Algiers

345

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382

439

441

442

442
442

President of the United States, communicates

letter from the Governor of New Jersey enclosing an act of the Le-

gislature vesting a lot of land at Sandy Hook in the U. States
statement of the appropriation of $10,000 by act of March 26,

1790
resolutions of State of Virginia, on the subject of bounty lands al.

lotted to them on the Northwest side of the Ohio
act of the Legislature of Maryland to empower the wardens of Bal.

timore to levy and collect the duty therein mentioned
proclamation relative to the establishment of the temporary and

permanent Seat of Government
letter from the President of the National Assembly of France
situation of the frontiers and prospect of hostility in that quarter
consent of Legislatures of New York and Territory of Vermont to

the admission of Vermont into the Union
message relative to commercial intercourse with Great Britain
report of Secretary of State on the proceedings of the Governor

of the N. W. Territory at Kaskaskia, Kahohia, and Prairie
first session second Congress :
acts passed by the States of New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and

North Carolina
message directing the reports of Brigadier General Scott and Lieut.

Colonel Commandant Wilkinson to be laid before Congress
letter from the Governor of Pennsylvania respecting persons said to

have fled from that State into Virginia
an act of the State of North Carolina authorizing the conveyance to

the United States of one acre of land on Ocracock Island
returns of the enumeration of the inhabitants of the United States
arrangements made in pursuance to “An act repealing after the

last day of June next the duties laid upon distilled spirits im.
ported from abroad, and laying others in their stead, and also
upon spirits distilled within the United States, and for appropri-

ating the same”
letter from Judge of the District of South Carolina enclosing the

presentments of the Grand Jury to him, and stating the causes

which have prevented the return of the census from that District
estimate of lands not claimed by Indians or citizens of the United

States
resolution of the General Assembly of Virginia ratifying the first

article of the amendments proposed to the Constitution of the

United States
papers relating to Judge Symmes' purchase of lands on the Great
information of the misfortune befallen the troops under General st.

Clair
plan of a City within the District of ten miles square
letter from the Governor of Pennsylvania and documents relative

to a contract for the purchase of a certain tract of land bound-

ing on Lake Eric
letter from the Attorney General of the United States
ratification of amendments to the Constitution of the United States

by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
statement of the expenditure of the contingent fund
ratification of articles of amendment to the Constitution of the Unit.

ed States by the State of Vermont
resolution of General Assembly of Virginia respecting lands located

by the officers and soldiers of the Virginia line
message relating to a new article of expenditure in the Department

of Foreign Affairs
return of the number of inhabitants in the District of South Ca-

rolina

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