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Compensation of officers of Covernment, proposition to increase the - • 544,546
Compensation-see Clerks and Officers of Government.
Cotton goods, not printed, stained, or colored, increase duty on

705
(See bills, H. R. No. 233.)
Covenhoven, Peter, relief granted to--(see bills H. R. No. 70.)
Commerce and Manufactures, Committee appointed
Coal, duty on for one year, 1793,

295
Cocoa, duty on for one year, 1793, Secretary of Treasury to report

295
Contingent expenses of Government, statement of appropriation of $10,000

for-see appropriations.
statement of expenditure of approria-
tion for

249
do.

do.

412
Contempt of the House-see privileges.

1st Session, 3d Congress:
Connecticut, members from, appear, viz:

Amasa Learned, Uriah Tracy, Jonathan Trumbull, Jeremiah
Wadsworth

3
James Hillhouse

11
Joshua Coit, Zephaniah Swift

16
2d Session, 3d Congress :
Joshua Coit, Amasa Learned, Zeplianiah Swift, Uriah Tracy,
Jonathan Trumbull

223
James Hillhouse

224
Jeremiah Wadsworth

274
1st Session, 4th Congress :
Joshua Coit, Chauncey Goodrich, Roger Griswold, Zephaniah

Swift, Uriah Tracy
James Hillhouse

369
Nathaniel Smith

385
2d Session, 4th Congress :
Joshua Coit, Chauncey Goodrich, Roger Griswold, Nathaniel
Smith, Zephaniah Swift

605
James Davenport

606
Samuel W. Dana

634
Constable, William, & Co.

6
Congress, committee to report a bill to alter the time for the next annual
meeting of

173
(See bills H. R. No. 52.)
adjournment of—(see joint resolutions H. R. No. 8. & 11, and a

joint resolution of the Senate, No. 3.)
President in certain cases to alter the place of holding session of '98

--(See bills S. No. 7.)
relating to compensation of members, &c. of—see salaries.
proceedings preparatory to an adjournment
proposition relating to an adjournment of .

387
petition from inhabitants of New Jersey to reduce pay of mem-
bers of

326
(See New Jersey, petitions from.)
an adjournment of the two Houses anthorised, on 25th May, 1796 561
committee to report a bill to alter the time of the next meeting of 591

(See bills H. R. No. 202.)
increasing compensation of members of, and certain officers of Go.

vernment-(see bills Senate, No. 51.)
to alter the time of next meeting of (1st Session, 5th Congress.)

(See bills Senate, No 54.)
resolution authorising an adjournment of-(see Resolutions Joint,

H. R. No. 17.)

resolution for an adjournment of-(see Resolution Joint, S. No. 6.)
Consuls, President recommends appointment, with a salary, to Morocco, Al-

-354, 355
Eonstitution, resolution to amend-Judiciary—(see Joint resolutions S. No,1.

359

Page.
Corstitution, President to transmit to Executives of the States the amendment

(relating to the Judicial powers) adopted by both Houses of
Congress, to the

89
New York ratifies the amendment of the, &c.

239
Vermont, Massachusetts, and N. York ratify amendments of the, &c. 288
New Hampshire ratifies amendment of the, &c.

331
Georgia ratifies the amendment of the, &c.

344
Delaware assents to the amendment of the

354
Rhode Island and North Carolina assent to the amendments of the 431
proposition to amend-election of President and Vice President 642
resolution for obtaining information relative to the amendment

to the, (suability of States)—(see Resolutions Joint, S. No. 7.)
Confidential communications from the President, of 24th Feb. last, committee

to report such parts as may be made public--see President U. States.
Coins of United States, reduction of the weight of copper

431
Corn and Corn Meal, to prohibit exportation of,

507
(See Breadstuffs.)
Courts U. States-see Judiciary, and States in which courts of U. States are

established.
Credentials of members—see committee on elections.
Crabb, Jeremiah, resignation of, as a member of the House of Representatives 606
Crimes against United States— see Judiciary.)
President to report the number of convictions of

394
in addition to the act to punishı-(see bills Senate, No. 4.)

repeal and limitation of acts to punish-(see bills Senate, No. 49.)
Customs, abstract of emoluments and expenditures of officers of, for 1795

494
Petitions from--
Calmese, George

23, 258, 343, 631
Carey, John

39, 93, 111, 127
Carey, Samuel

71
Carnes, Thomas Jenners

65
Carr, John

68, 127, 583, 640
Carryl, Patrick, Theodocia Ford, et al.

103
Carpenter, Thoinas-(see Leffert Lefferts, &c.)

611, 615, 616
Carpenter, Stephen-(see F. Porie)

293
Caldwell, James

- 185, 286
Caldwell, William

- 564, 635
Campbell, George

226, 231, 343, 631
Camp, Amos, and Amos Minor -

323, 403, 410
Carter, Joshua-(see William Smith and J. Carter)

371
Campbell, Duncan

422, 597
Castleman, John

- 423, 545
Canadian refugees-(see John Blake, et al. Noah Miller, et al.) 614, 655

(See bills, No. 209.)
Carmichael, Antonia, widow of William

- 449, 715
Catlett, James

• 486, 597
Cazard, Jacob

· 666, 680
Catlin, Putnam, et al.

744
Chester, Simon

29, 109
Chester, Samuel

- 612, 651
Champlin, Jabez

77
Chryselins, Adolph, and J. B. Ward

131
Cheney, Samuel

- 296, 353
Christie, John W.

493
Cilley, John, et al.

57
Clerks in the Executive Offices, Chief-salaries 24, 32, 40, 88, 97
Clerks in the War Office

40, 88, 97, 165, 209, 211
(See bills H. R. No. 69.)
Clerks in the Treasury Department

93, 97, 165, 209, 211
(See bilis No. 69 )
Clerks in the Treausry-Auditor's Office

185, 21
(see bills, No. 69.)
Vol. II.-99

Page.
Petitions from

Clerks in office Commissioner of Loans, Massachusetts-see

Massachusetts.
Do. do.

do.

do. New York - 441, 623
Clerks under the General Government

441
Do. in the Treasury Department-[additional compensation]
Claxton, Thomas

25, 26
Clark, Lucy, widow of Thomas -

31, 46, 55
(See bills No. 9, also page 636.)
Clarke, John, of Pennsylvania

54, 286, 353
Clark, Jane-(see Ruth Pack.)
Clark & Nightingale

383
Clark, Silas

387, 427, 437
Clark & Conner -

. 387, 406
Clark, Edward, et al.

- 396, 597
Clarke, Charles .

. 422, 430
Clark, Reuben, et al.

443
Clark, William

612, 649, 655
Clason, Isaac, et al.

175
Clinton, Joseph -

379, 424, 428
Claiborne, Richard

434
Clarkson, Samuel, et al.

520
Clap, Samuel, et al. —see Massachusetts—auctioneers of Boston.
Collins, John-(see Crowninshield, et al.)
Collins, Patrick

311, 403, 410
Costigan, Lewis J.

- 25, 93, 111, 127
Coffin, Tristam

42, 308, 389
Cogbill, John

57
Coppernoll, Richard

70, 89
Cole, John, Administrator of

93
Coles, Jesse

• 306, 389
Condy, Jeremiah and William-see Leffert Lefferts.
Connecticut, inhabitants of-[Middletown a port of entry]

107
inhabitants of Norwich-[British spoliations] - 131, 560
Inspectors of Customs-[New London)

273
citizens of New Haven-(British depredations)
Coopman, Francis

138
Covenhoven, Peter-report of Secretary War

- 225, 231
(See bills H. R. No. 70.)
Cogswell, Lydia

274, 353, 696
Conklin, Timothy

- 285, 353
Colburn, Reuben

311, 414, 428, 623, 626, 707
Coit, Thomas

- 312, 314
College-see Rhode Island College.
College, President of Greenville

- 371, 386
Cook, Sylvanus -

370, 410, 411
Cook, Orchard, and Abiel Ward, jr.

727
Coates, John

406
Coe, Samuel

424, 545
Conkey, Robert

425, 597
Covell, David

457, 597
Coppinger, Francis-(see Reliquet)

466
Cox, Joseph, by Alexander Power

: 470, 597
Cox, Zachariah.

487
Cox, Thomas

701
Colville, Charles

515, 523
Corrie, James, and Samuel Briscoe

630, 646
Colbert, George

633, 678
Cordage, manufacturers of, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and
New York.

687
Courtney, William

373, 425, 429
Crowninshield, George, et al. :

19, 293, 353

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Petitions from
Crow, George

71
Crawford, James, assignce of Hendrickson

131, 231, 246, 614
Craft, Jacob

139
Crookshank, George

268, 348, 627
Cruise, Walter

271, 277, 305, 348, 649
Crabb, Robert

. 277, 353
Crigier, Thomas

384, 425, 429
Craghead, George

. 385, 597
Crabtree, James

394, 428
Cunitz, John Sebastian

19, 93, 111, 127
Curtis, Thomas .

249, 343, 629
Cudney, Elizabeth

384, 425, 429
Curley, John

444, 656
Curle, John--see Valentine & Curle.
Cushing, Nathaniel

654, 679

D.
Dayton, Jonathan, elected Speaker

364
Debates of Congress, proposition to furnish the members with—(Lloyd and
Carpenter]

616
Detroit, President notifies the taking possession of

578
Delaware, members from, appear, viz :

First Session, 3d Congress :
John Patton

15
Second Session, 3d Congress :
Henry Latimer

224
First Session, 4th Congress:
John Patton

364
First Session, 4th Congress :
John Patton

606
additional compensation to Judges of United States Court in-(See

bills Senate, No. 29.)
Debt-see imprisonment for debt.
Debt of U. States report of Commissioners for purchasing

16
(See certificates lost or destroyed.)
further extending the time for receiving on loan the domestic 178

(See bills Senate, No. 14, 22.)
report of Commissioners for purchasing the public

233
provision for payment of certain instalments of foreign-(See

bills H. R. No. 91.)
proposition to provide for redemption of

238, 266, 273, 274,
293, 294, 295, 316, 317, 319, 320, 321, 327
(See bills H. R. Nos. 110, 152.)
committee to inquire as to extending time for receiving on loan
the domestic

383, 407, 434
(See bills H. R. No. 139.)
report of Committee of Ways and Means, on the subject of the

necessity to reinforce the existing provisions for the pub.
lic

435, 439, 446, 470
(See bills H. R. No. 113.)
President recommends that provision be made for the extin-
guishment of the

611, 621
Secretary of the Treasury exhibits a view for the years 1790,
1791, and 1796, of the

631
extending the time for receiving on loan the domestic—(See

bills H. R No. 241.)
Debts due from individuals to United States, more effectual recovery of

320
Defence of seaports—see ports and harbors.
Despatch boats—see revenue cutters.

(See bills H. R. No. 113.)
Denning, William, et. al. holders of bills of credit, &c.

246
De Grasse, Count, provision for daughters of—(See bills H. R. No. 119.)

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De Neufville, John, granting relief to the widow of—(See bills H. R. No. 230.)
Direct taxes, Secretary of the Treasury submits a plan for laying and collect-
ing -

- 616, 651
to provide for assessment and collection of—(See bills H. R.

No. 217.)

on the United States laying—(See bills H. R. No. 218.)
Door-keeper, Gifford Dally, elected

5
Thomas Claxton elected assistant

5
authorized to employ a messenger and laborer

16
extra pay allowed to the assistant

192
Thomas Claxton elected

207
Thomas Dunn elected assistant

213
extra pay allowed to the

355
Thomas Claxton elected

365
Thomas Dunn assistant

365
and assistant, extra pay allowed to

601
Downman, Rawleigh P.

6
Drawback, extending the benefit of, in certain cases

179
(See bills Senate, No. 16.)
further provision in cases of

376
(See bills H. R. No. 76.)
on cargo of ship Enterpize

- 503, 305
(See bills H. R. No. 102.)
extending the time relative to-on exportation of certain military

stores-(See bills H. R. No. 126.)
on spirits exported, &c.

564
(See bills H. R. No. 191.)
in 1793, 1794, and 1795—Treasury statement of
on domestic spirits exported, &c. by the Mississippi

(See bills H. R. No. 225.)
Drawback-(see Revenue)

151
Duties, on merchandise imported—committee to inquire on amending acts
imposing:

58, 111
on foreign and domestic distilled spirits—committee to inquire respect.
ing the more effectual collection of

58, 112
(See bills H. R. No. 31.)
proposition to increase--for naval purposes

(See Revenue.)
on certain spirits destroyed by fire, to remit

(See bills Senate, No. 6.)
on coffee destroyed by fire, to remit

137
(See bills Senate, No. 9.)
on goods, wares, &c. imported, additional

155
(See bills H. R. Nos. 46, 79.)
on imports, Committee to inquire respecting law to regulate

247
on goods imported and destroyed by fire &c.-committee on remis-
sion of

• 272, 301
-statements of goods, &c. paying 74 and 10 per cent, (1793)

298
on imposts and tonnage-compensate officers in collection of

SOS
(See bills H. R. No. 75.)
Secretary of the Treasury to report to next Session, a Tariff of

358
Secretary Treasury to report a tariff of duties, payable in the ports of

the U. States and of the sums collected in 1793 and 1794, on
spirits distilled

394
proposition in relation to the collection of internal 448, 449, 452, 550, 552
proposition relating to additional-see Revenue.
and drawbacks on imports, Secretary of the Treasury to report annu-
ally the amount of

740
Dubois, Lewis, his accounts to be settled

168
(See bills H. R. No. 48.)
Duvall, Gabriel, letter from Governor of Maryland, and return of his election
resigns his seat

485

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