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Treasury, Secretary of the, reports estimate of extraordinaries requisite for

the present year,
what funds may be raised towards the

payment of interest due to the several

States,
amount of duties on goods, wares, and

merchandises, and on tonnage,
amount of torinage duties received in

each State,
amount of money received from, or paid

to, the several States during the war,
on the disposition of the public lands,
on arrearages due to the widows and

orphans of officers who died in the

167

214

214
276

late war,

282

350

directed to report at next session the proper and

effectual means of discharging arrearages due
to invalid pensioners, and to widows and re-
presentatives of deceased officers and soldiers
of the late Army United States,

291
reports what further appropriations are necessary, 293
reports on petition praying a renewal of conti-
nental loan office certificates,

293
directed to report at next session what further

provisions are necessary for the support of
public credit,

295
third session, first Congress :

reports a further provision for the support of
public credit,

336
reports a plan for the institution of a National
Bank,

336
directed to report amount of exports and of du.
ties on imports and tonnage,

346
reports amount of tonnage of United States, and
the duties thereon,

350
appropriations necessary for support of

Government,
abstract returns of the amount of duties
on imports into the United States,

351
directed to report what further compensation

ought to be made to the respective officers

employed in the collection of the revenue, 357
reports on the subject of the establishment of
a Mint,

366
instructed to report on a motion to receive loan

office certificates, dated after 1st January,
1790, in lieu of those dated before,

369
reports on petitions,

375, 377, 388, 391, 400
respecting farther compensation to the

Commissioners of the several Loan
Ofices,

379
a return of the exports of the United
States,

379
directed to report whether any, and what, ad.

ditions are to be made to bis return of the
exports of the United States,

389
reports respecting loan negotiated in Holland, 391

certificates or evidences of

debt issued after 1st Janu.
ary, 1790,

392
first session, second Congress ;
directed to report the amount of the subscrip-

tions to the loans proposed, and of the parts
which remain unsubscribed,

445, 503

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Treasury, Secretary of the, directed to report what difficulties have oe-

curred in the execution of the act repealing
some, and laying other duties on distilled

spirits, and on the subject generally, 446, 529
reports estimates of appropriations for various
objects, including the service of the year

449
directed to report the amount of esports and
of duties on imports and tonnage,

452, 555
reports on the subject of manufactures,

468
directed to report the state of the Treasury,

on the 3d Monday of each session of Con.
gress, and in each January,

469
reports on petitions, 471, 481, 523, 526, 538, 566, 580,

581, 583, 585, 592, 604
directed to report such information with re-

spect to the finances of the United States,
as will enable the Legislature to judge
whether any additional revenue will be ne.
cessary,

493, 495
directed to report a statement of the balances

remaining unpaid, due by individuals to the
United States previous to 4th March, 1789;
and also a statement of the sundry sums of
money entrusted to individuals, previous to
4th March, 1789,

518
directed to report his opinion of the best mode

of raising the additional supplies requisite
for the ensuing year,

530, 538
directed to return the petitions and papers of

invalids that are comprehended in any act
passed this session,

550
reports on the subject of compensations to the

officers employed in the collection of the
revenue,

564
reports on amount and value of esports from

each State, for one year,
such farther appropriations of money as
will be necessary for the service of the
present year,

589
concerning a Marine Hospital at Wash-
ington, Virginia, and on the subject
of Marine Hospitals,

580
directed to report at next session the number

and capacity of the stills in the several dis-
tricts and States, respectively; the nett pro-
duct of revenue in the different districts,
&c. &c.

604
second session, second Congress :

directed to report a statement of disburse-

ments of money made by the Department
of War in 1790 and 1791,

619, 635
reports appropriations necessary for the year

1793,
directed to report a plan for the redemption
of the public debt,

624, 631
directed to report a plan for the reimburse-

ment of the loan from the Bank of the Unit-
ed States,

625, 635

580

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Treasury, Secretary of the, reports on petitions,

625, 636, 651, 662, 730,
directed to lay before the House the accounts

of the Commissioners of Loans for the cur-
rent year, shewing the expenditure of

$35,063 28 for salaries and stationery, 631, 632
directed to report a return of all the offi.

cers and soldiers belonging to the regular
establishment of the United States,

638
directed to report an account of the applica-

tion of the moneys borrowed in Antwerp and
Amsterdam for the United States, within
the present year,

653
directed to report the number of persons em.

ployed in his office, and the salary allowed
to each,

658, 662
reports supplementary statement of loans, 668
directed to report an account exhibiting half-

monthly, the balances between the United
States and the Bank of the United States,
from the commencement of the institution-
to the end of the year 1792,

677, 689
directed to report an account of all moneys

which may have come into the Sinking
Fund,

678, 689, 702, 704, 709, 714
directed to report the balance of all unapplied
revenues at the end of the year 1792,678, 689, 702,

704, 709, 714
letter stating inaccuracies in printing state-

ments lately communicated by him to the
House,

720
reports a supplementary estimate of certain
sums for which appropriations are neces.
sary,

721
reports abstract of goods, weres, and merchan-

dise, exported from the United States, from
1st October, 1791, to 30th September, 1792,

with two returns of impost and tonnage, 721, 722
resolutions respecting the conduct of the, in
regard to appropriations of loans, &c. 723, 726, 727,

728, 729, 730
reports and statements made by, to be printed
under the direction of the,

731
directed to report the number of stills in the

respective districts, and the nett revenue
arising therefrom, to next Congress,

733
Treasurer of the United States, reports of receipts and expenditures by the 149, 208,

251, 286, 295, 315, 349, 419, 439, 467,

468, 523, 553, 614, 618, 629, 721
accounts of indents of interest received and
issued,

457, 498
account of expenditure in the War Depart-
ment,

682
Treasury Department, propositions relating to the, (Bills H. R. No. 7, 8, 9,
131)

38, 39, 44, 374, 386
proposition to examine the state of the

468
reports to be made of the state of the

469, 480, 483
alterations necessary to be made in the, (Bills Senate
No. 35)

493, 523
claims of the State of Maryland to be settled by the
officers of the, (Bills H. R. No. 180) 555, 556, 562, 569,

*576, 571
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Treasury Department, proposition to establish fees for the transfer of public
securities at the, (Bills H. R. No. 232)

696, 698
Treasury, Comptroller of the, directed to report an account of extra expenses

incurred by Commissioners for treating with the Indians, 493,495
Treasury, regulati respecting the mode of drawing moneys from the

106
Troops of United States, message relative to the, (Bills H. R. No. 27) 105, 113

account of the number in service during the late
war,

199, 214
arrears to be paid to the

217
raised in Pennsylvania, communication respecting
the

497
returns and statement of

737, 740
Petitions from Tyler, Dudley

70, 123, 137, 141
Trowbridge, Isaac

158, 176
Treat, Anna

158, 160, 178
Turner, Toney

174, 177, 231
Thompson, Edward

178, 179, 199
Twining, Nathaniel (see Bills H. R. No. 72) 209, 211, 219, 226,

227, 233, 235
Tucker, Joseph

213, 221, 450
Turney, Abel

215, 221, 379, 393
Taylor, William

218, 251
Tracy, Nathaniel

274, 580
Tucker, John (Bills H. R. No. 213) 275, 376, 395, 402, 529, 530, 660
Thompson, Atcheson
'Taylor, Francis

339, 385
Thayre, Simeon (Bills H. R. No. 229) 346, 393, 650, 693, 695
Tatlow, Joseph

383
Turner, John

388
Taylor, John
Torrey, John, adm'r.

445, 448, 449,

450
Torrey, John

446
Thomas, Lodwick

448
Tozar, John
Towles, Oliver

456, 710
Tennent, Gilbert

458, 482
Thompson, Benjamin

463, 619, 706
Taylor, Susanna
Thompson, Edward

476
Taylor, James

487
Turner, George

490, 543, 544
Titcomb, Benjamin

494, 615
Tappen, David

493
Treglahan, Philip

501
Thompson, John

50T
Thomas, William

539, 623, 696
Trow, Solomon

542, 623
Trueman, John

554
Trepagnie, Prisque & Aug.

581
Trahan, Gregory

581
Thomas, Isaiah

657
Telfair, Edward

685
'Townes, John

689, 735
Tolman, Thomas

706

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Unfinished business, to be acted upon first session, first Congress :

71
inquiry into the state of the (Resol. Senate) 134, 137, 143, 144,

145, 146
second session, first Congress :
to be acted upon

235, 238, 246, 251
first session, second Congress :
inquiry concerning

515, 525
United Brethren, petition of the

467

V.

Vermont prays to be admitted into the Union (Bills Senate No. 19)

373
proceedings of Vermont and New York, with respect to the admis-
sion into the Union of

412
regulation of number of Representatives from (Bills Senate No. 20) 377
proposition to give effect to laws of the United States in .

378, 381
(Bills H. R. No. 128.)
ratifies amendments to the Constitution of the United States

493
members from, appear, viz :
first session, second Congress :
Nathaniel Niles and Israel Smith

444
second session, second Congress:
Nathaniel Niles and Israel Smith

609
proposition to alter places of holding Circuit Courts of the United
in (Bills Senate No. 44)

720
Vessels, registering, clearing, &c. of 44, 65, 118, 119, 333, 442, 465, 526, 614, 620,
(Bills H. Ř. No. 16, 33, 155, 167, 195, 198)

627, 698
Vice President of the United States, inquiry into commencement of term for
which chosen (See Joint Committees)

207
proposition to regulate time of choosing Electors for

334
President of Senate elected pro tempore in absence of

581
proposition relative to the election of the (Bills Sen. No. 25) 466
compensation to the (Bills H. R. No. 19, 227) 40, 41, 43, 60, 61, 71,

690, 693
manner of examining votes for the

699, 700
votes for the

8, 701, 702
leave of absence obtained by

725
President pro tempore elected by the Senate in the absence
of the

581, 610, 725
Virginia, members from, appear,

viz :
first session, first Congress :
Alexander White

3
James Madison, jun. John Page, and Richard Bland Lee
Samuel Griffin, Andrew Moore, and Josiah Parker

5
Theodorick Bland

6
Isaac Coles

11
John Brown

48
second session, first Congress:

John Brown, Isaac Coles, Samuel Griffin, and Alexander White 133
John Page and Richard Bland Lee

134
Andrew Moore

137
James Madison, jun. and Josiah Parker

143
Theodorick Bland

151
third session, first Congress :
John Brown, Samuel Griffin, and James Madison, jun.

329
Richard Bland Lee

330
Andrew Moore and Alexander White

331
Josiah Parker

336

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