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Virginia, members from, appear, viz :

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first session, second Congress:
John Brown, William B. Giles, Samuel Griffin, James Madison,
Andrew Moore, and Alexander White

434
Abraham Venable

438
Josiah Parker

445
Richard Bland Lee and John Page

447
second session, second Congrese :
William B. Giles, James Madison, Andrew Moore, Josiah Parker,
Abraham Venable, and Alexander White

610
Samuel Griffin and John Page

611
Richard Bland Lee

614
application of the

Legislature of, respecting amendments to the
Constitution of the United States

28
Legislature of, offers a territory of ten miles square to the Govern-
ment of the United States

36
proceedings relative to lands reserved for the officers and soldiers
of the line of (Bills H. R. 85)

138, 149, 150, 207, 252, 270
memorial against the act making provision for the debts of the
United States, by the Legislature of

354
resolution, respecting the bounty lands Northwest of the Ohio,
granted to officers and soldiers of the line of the State of

355
message, relative to bounty lands granted to officers and soldiers of 447, 494
first article of amendments to the Constitution of the United States
ratified by

453
papers respecting the sale and disposition of Marine Hospitals in 453
amendments to the Constitution of the United States ratified by 48S
communication relative to the existing temporary protection of the
exposed frontiers of .

503
letter relative to the boundary line between the territory South of
Ohio and Virginia, from the Governor of

616, 629, 618,631
(Bills H. R. No. 202.).
Votes for President and Vice President of the United States

8, 701
of Congress, to be enrolled, examined, signed, and presented
Petitions from Virginia, inhabitants of 89, 90, 92, 116, 207, 208, 258, 459, 492, 518, 696

(Bills H. R. No. 82.)
Vachez, John Francis,

177, 251
Van Alstine, Abraham

177, 250, 625
Verplanck, Philip

. 269, 580
Van Zandt, Peter

269
Vermont, inbabitants of

349
Vowles, Henry

619, 620
Vreland, Nicholas

662
Van Ingen, Dirk

687
Victor, Felix
Van Slyck, Cornelius

. 368, 402
Vincent, Isaac

. 370, 393
Vail, Aaron

390
Van Wart, Lewis

489, 580
Van Fossan, Benjamin

507, 580

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war, Secretary of,' reports on petitions 141, 169, 176, 178, 181, 197, 198, 199, 218,

220, 221, 231, 232, 245, 247, 250, 251, 252,
255, 282, 378, 380, 385, 393, 394, 448, 459,
500, 558, 598, 677, 681, 696, 704, 710, 711,

733, 735
troops and ordnance stores furnished during
the late war

214

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War, Secretary of, communicates statement on which the expedition against
the Indians Northwest of the Ohio, is founded

333
transmits copies of official communications between the

Executive of the United States, and the Governors
of Virginia and Pennsylvania, on the subject of the
temporary protection of those States

499, 503
transmits papers and documents, relative to the campaign
of Major General St. Clair

571
communicates information of a treaty with the Wabash
and Illinois Indians

615
communicates letter from Samuel Hodgdon, Quartermas-

ter General, relative to the failure of the expedition
under General St. Clair

620
communicates letter from Governor of Georgia, relative
to Indian Affairs

636
reports a statement of certain materials whereon the esti-

mate of contingencies of the War Department for
1793, are founded

636
communicates letters from General Wilkinson and James
Seagrove, relative to Indian affairs

650
communicates letter from Governor of Georgia, relative
to Indian affairs

653
directed to report the number of persons employed in his
office, and the salary allowed to each

658, 661
reports estimate of expense of holding a treaty with the
hostile Indians Northwest of the Ohio.

708
reports measures taken with regard to the Northwestern
and Southern Indians

737
reports statement of troops in the service of the United
States

737
reports statement of the organization of the troops

740
reports returns of officers and privates in the service of
the United States

740
directed to lay before the House a list of the names of
persons returned to his office for pensions

631, 649
War Department, proposition to establish (Bills H. R. No. 7, 8, 9) 38, 39, 44

inquiry what further provisions are necessary to secure the

due accounting of the moneys expended in the 376, 386
inquiry what alterations necessary to be made in the (Bills
Senate No. 35)

493, 523

632
appropriations for the (Bills H. R. No. 206, 216) 644, 649, 651, 663
account of the expenditures of the

619, 632, 682
Washington, proposition to erect an equestrian statue to

468
Wayne, Anthony, contested election of 452, 455, 457, 462, 463, 502, 505, 521, 524,

536, 541, 542
Weights and Measures, subject referred to Secretary of State

142, 268
proposition to establish uniformity in the 338, 341, 356
Western Territory, propositions to provide for the Government of the 60, 61, 194

(Bills H. R. No. 14, and Senate No. 8.)
consideration of the State of unappropriated lands in the 42, 68

(Bills H. R. No. 17.)
statement of facts respecting the, referred to the Secre-
tary of the Treasury

143
Widows, orphans, and invalids, compensation to

364, 396, 444, 446, 463, 466, 489
(Bilis H. R. No. 139, 152, 159, and Senate No. 37.)
observations of the Judges of Circuit Court

of the United States, in North Carolina,

on the act passed in favor of 614, 616, 649
proposition to provide for, of those who have

been killed while under the protection
of Alags of truce to the Indian tribes 623, 625, 628

(Bills H. R. No. 199.)
VOL. I.--104

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Widows, orphans, and invalids, to provide for, of sach officers killed since 3d

June, 1784, or may be hereafter, 675, 685, 690, 691

(Bills H. R No. 226.)
Wines, proposition to regulate duties on

201, 202, 209, 214, 720, 722

(Bills H. R. No. 62, 64, 242.)
to alter mode of collecting duties on teas and

343, 386

(Bills H. R. No. 130.)
Witnesses, proposition to make provision for

286, 289, 389, 509, 562

(Bills H. R. No. 133, and Senate No. 28.)
Petitions from Walker, Martha
White, John (Resol. I. P.)

27, 123, 137

73, 97, 123, 129, 130
Wheaton, Joseph

90, 137, 354
Westervelt, Abraham

94, 137
Williamson, Hugh

94
Wait, John

148
Wells, Richard

165, 168, 179, 220
Wheelen, Catharine

167, 198, 251
Watson, John

170, 177
White, Anthony Walton (Bills H. R. No. 182) 172, 174, 255, 256,

271, 275, 385, 563, 580
Whayland, James

174, 177, 231
Wyncoop, Cornelius

177, 198
Warren, Benjamin

178, 442, 696
Wilson, James

. 179, 181
Wooster, Mary

. 182, 580
Warren, James

188, 192, 199
Wyncoop, Jacobus

. 193, 231
Wickes, Thomas

. 193, 626
Wiley, John

197
Wilson, John

206, 221
Williams, Robert

. 213, 221
Wood, John

. 221, 222
Wolf, Christian

222, 251, 252
Wilson, Simon Wilmer

272
Webb, William C.

359
White, Conyers

359
Walley, Thomas

376
Ward, Joseph

376
Winey, Jacob

376, 383
White, William, children of

378, 393
Woodson, Tarleton

380
Westfall, Nicholas Ferdinand

380, 391, 394, 446
Wizick, Valentine

383
Webb, George (Bills H. R. No. 158)

: 388, 471, 480, 487
Whipple, Abraham

392, 696
Western Territory, inhabitants of

441
Whitlock, William

439
Watson, Abraham

440, 704
Weed, Reuben
Walter, Leonard

444, 755
Ware, Phineas

447, 457
Williams Robert

450
Welch, David

455
Weeks, James

456, 457, 634
Wate, Jason

. 457, 696
Wagner, Henry

453
Wise, Samuel

459
Weyandt, Paul

459
Winslow, Beverly

461

403
Wishart, Thomas (Bils H. R. NO. 224) 466, 671, 677, 678, 680, 685,687
Wilson, John

468, 493, 589

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Petitions from Wirtz, William

Wilson, James, et als.
Wall, Samuel
Wesson,James
Williams, Thomas
Williams, Thaddeus
Witter, Joseph
Watson, James
Wade, Edward
White, Moses
Walton, Henry, Ann, and Elizabeth
Wood, Nathan
Wilson, Andrew
Whittemore, Martha
Whittemore, Ebenezer and William
Whipple, Joseph
Williams, Henry Howell
Woodman, John
Williams, John
Winship, Ebenezer
Weaver, John
Wells, Thomas
Wereat, John
Webb & White
Wilson, Simon W.
Warrington, James (Bills H. R. No. 235)
Willis, James
Williamson, George
Weisselfels, Frederick
Welsh, Anna, widow
Welsh, James
Weitzel, George
Walsh, Ralph
Wheeler, Jonathan
Webb, John

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471, 663
472, 558
475, 500

475
475
475
479
482
486

491
495, 580

509

517
. 521, 583
. 521, 583
521, 626

521
521
522

526
547, 696

697
578, 626, 683

580

604
615, 618, 688, 709

615
626
628
631
652
674
678
683
686

Y.

81

86

86

87

First Session, First Congress.
Yeas and Nays, questions decided by,

on amendments to the Constitution of the United States :
on reference to the Committee of the Whole, Shall the

main question be now put ?
on inserting expressly,” afternot," in the i7th article
on adding new article respecting Senators or Representa-

tives
on adding an article to prohibit the imposition of a direci

tax
on agreeing to the amendment and alteration of the 8th

article
on amendment to a bill laying duties on goods, wares,

and
merchandises, imported into the United States
on a bill to establish a Department of Foreign Affairs :
on motion to strike out “in case of vacancy in the said

office of Secretary to the United States for the De.
partment of Foreign Affairs,” and to insert, in lieu
thereof, “whenever the said principal officer shall
be removed from office by the President of the

United States, or in any other case of vacancy
on motion to strike out “to be removable from office

by the President of the United States"

121

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Yeas and Nays, questions decided by,

on a bill imposing duties on tonnage :

on receding from disagreement to amendments of Senate
on a bill to establish salaries of the Executive Officers and their

Clerks :
on passage of the bill
on a bill allowing compensation to the Members of the Senate,

and House of Representatives, and their officers :
on the passage of the bill
on receding from disagreement to amendment of the

Senate, and adding to the bill, “ And be it further
enacted, That this act shall continue in force until 4th

day of March, 1796"
on reconsideration of previous proceedings, and on re-

ceding from adherence to disagreement
on a bill to establish the Judicial Courts of the United States :
on motion to strike out “ Easttown," and insert “Ches

tertown," in 3d section
on a bill to establish the Seat of Government :

on passage of the bill
on motion to postpone amendment of the Senate to the

next session
on motion to agree to the amendment of the Senate
on a bill to recognize and adapt to the Constitution of the

United States the establishment of the troops raised
under the resolutions of the United States in Congress

assembled, and for other purposes :

on disagreeing to the last amendment of the Senate
on bill to regulate processess in the Courts of the U. States :

on motion to strike out “the President of,” sec. 1, line 3
on adhering to first amendment

on receding from adherence to first amendment
on election, validity of William Smith's
on bill providing for the expenses of Indian treaties and nego-

tiations :

on filling the blank with $ 40,000
on resolutions relative to the permanent residence of the Gene-

ral Government :
on motion to amend the second resolution by striking

out “East bank of the Susquehannah river, in the
State of Pennsylvania,” and insert, in lieu thereof,
“North bank of the river Potomac, in the State of

Maryland"
on motion to strike out the word “permanent,” also,

after the words, “ought to be at," to strike out to
the end of the resolution, and insert, in lieu thereof,
“the borough of Wilmington, in the State of Dela

ware"
on motion to strike out « East bank of the river Susque-

hannah, in the State of Pennsylvania, and inserting,
in lieu thereof, “Potomac, Susquehannah, or Dela-

ware"
on motion to strike out " East bank of the river Susque-

hannah, in the State of Pennsylvania, and inserting,
in lieu thereof, “banks of either side of the river

Delaware, not more than eight miles above or be-
on motion to strike out " East bank," and inserting, in

lieu thereof, “banks,"
on motion to insert, after “

“Pennsylvania,"

the word
“ Maryland”

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