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Great Britain, communication (President,] relations United States with

9
proceedings upon 10, 13, 14, 15
President to lay before Congress letter from the minister of

[Hammond]
transmits, extracts of letters from our minister at

the court of
do.
do.

do.
injunction of secrecy removed, correspondence Secretary of
State and minister of .

73
proposition to sequestre debts due by citizens of United States
to subjects of -

105
President transmits copy of a letter from our minister at the

112
proposition to prolíbit commercial intercourse with 114, 118, 119, 120,

121, 124, 126
(See bills H. R. No. 40.)
letter from the Minister of, (to Secretary of State)

121
proposition to increase the tonnage duty on vessels of

150
resolution to indemnify citizens of United States for spoliations
by vessels of

162
(See Resolutions Joint, No. 6.)
further proposition to suspend intercourse with

176
(See Resolutions Joint, No. 9.)
copy of letter from Secretary of State to the minister of

202
treaty with (Jay's)--President's speech

- 367,513
inhabitants of Virginia, petition respecting--see petitions from

Virginia
inhabitants of Vermont, petitions respecting—see petitions from

Vermont, &c.
spoliations

by cruizers of, inbabitants of New York complain
of-see New York, and other States.
treaty with, (Jay's) petitions respecting

433
(see Georgia, petitions from)
treaty with do.

petitions respecting

(see New York, petitions from)
treaty with do President notifies the House of the ratifica-

tion of
President to furnish copies of instructions to the Minister who
negotiated the treaty with (Jay's] 466, 467, 468, 469, 470, 472, 473

474, 476, 478, 479, 480, 482, 487
President refuses to comply.

further proceedings 491, 492, 498, 499, 511
provision to carry into effect the treaty with

(See bills H. R. No. 178.)
information on the subject of our relations with (the northwest-
ern ports, river St. Croix, &c.—¡President's speech]-

608
Gunn, James-see Abraham Baldwin, Sc.
Petitions from
Gamble, James

39, 77
Gage, Abner

49, 93, 111, 127
Gauvain, Peter, and Louis Dubourg—see St. Domingo.
Gates, John

88, 108, 313, 403, 410
Garney, Thomas, et al.

91
Garrett, Nathan--see John Nicholson.
Gardner, William

262, 312, 316
Gaylor, Jonathan

. 425, 345
Garnett, James, executor of James Mercer-see Mercer,
Garanger, Lewis

96, 109
George, Christian, widow of William S. c. 16, 20, 93, 111, 127
Germans, residing in Virginia

31, 97, 109, 244, 248
Gesner, Henry, and John Nick

103.
Georgia, inhabitants of, (British treaty]

406, 433, 449
Do du of, (slaves entertained in East Florida]

470

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Petitions from
Gerrish, William

456
Gernon, Richard

425, 532, 564
Gibbon, John

118, 370, 510, 627, 643, 646
Gilbert, George, and Jacob

136
Gilbert, Samuel, administrator of

451, 597
Gilbert, Allen

289
Gibbs, George

263, 316
(See Bills H. R. No. 108.)
Gillock, John

385, 427
Gibson, Anne

. 406, 550
Gilson, Jacob

· 425, 545
Glen, Henry

313, 444
Glentworth, Thomas, et al.

715
Gough, John, et al.

88
Goodman, John

96, 306, 403
Gomez, Francis, jun.

185, 325
Goddard, Edward

259, 343, 649
Gorham, Shubal, and Stephen-see Epaphras Jones, et al.
Gould, William B.

262, 348
Goodwin, Daniel

294, 386
Godfrey, Jane

306, 389, 410
Gospel, United Brethren for propagating the

. 408, 436
(See bills H. R. No. 147.)
Goodrum, Thomas

455, 597
Gordon, Elisha

457, 485, 668
Graydon, Andrew

28, 88, 97
Greene, Joseph, et al.

29, 109, 632
Green, John

93, 111, 127
Green, Major General-see Charles Pettit.
Green, Catharine, widow of General 470, 555, 566, 569, 570, 574
Green, Henry

451, 482
Green, Griffith

· 559, 561
(See bills 11. R. No. 195, 651.)
Green, Samuel

648
Graves, John

29
Graves, Joseph

425, 545
Graham, Daniel, and Philip Newhouse

49
Greaton, Sarah
Grobe, Peter

106
Greese, Ernest

308, 389
Greenman, Jeremiah-see George House, et al.
Great Britain, emigrants from Wales

378
Do. petitions for indemnity for spoliations-see States

in which petitioners reside.
Grant, David

382, 425, 429
Griffin, John

385, 427, 435
Griffith, Griffin

648, 721, 740
Grove, Peter

- 678, 690
Gross, Joseph

701
Guy, James, administrator of McCafferty

48, 55
Guagers of New York-see New York.
Guyer, Frederick

423, 424, 434
Guillow, Francis

- 439, 709
Guerlain, Lewis H.-see Bethman & Sons.

633

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H.

534
536

Havre de Grace, in the State of Maryland, to be a collection district
Hastings, Jonathan, relief granted to .

(See bills H. R. No. 183.)
Healey, Eleanor

180

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Health Officer, Baltimore, Maryland—(see bills H. R. No. 177)
Heister, Daniel, resigns his seat in this House, as a representative from Penn-
sylvania -

606
Hillhouse, James, resigns bis seat in this House-appointed to the Senate

606
House of Representatives, declaration relative to its agency in the accomplish-
ing of Treaties, in certain cases

492
(See Treaties)
Horses killed in battle, compensation for—(see bills H. R. No. 173.)
House, proposition, that there be daily call of the

704
Holland, President to apply late loan from, to pay French Government, or
defence of frontiers

- 183, 185
(See bills H. R. No. 57)
Humiliation and Prayer, Committee to request President to appoint a day of
Hudson, in the State of New York, its limits, as a collection district, prescribed 534
Petitions from
Harkemar, Maria

17, 29, 75, 299, 612, 614, 616, 646
Haas, Peter

• 27, 93, 111, 127
Hawes, Pelatia, executors of

48
Hardy, William, & Joseph Bedford
Hall, James

103
Hall, Daniel

215
Hall, Thomas

- 668, 680
Hartley, Jane

185
Harris, Robert

247, 343, 628, 641
Harris, Nathan .

458
Harvey, John-(see Isaac Taylor, et al.)

· 267, 597
Hartshorn, Large, & Co.-see John Field, et al.
Hawkins, Joseph

. 383, 427
Haskill, Johnathan

. 389 597
Haynes, Joseph

. 391, 597
Haynes, Jonathan

546, 659
Hasswell, Anthony

402
Hammett, Caleb

406, 428
Hamlen, Africa

406, 428
Hastings, Jonathan

412, 456, 534, 536
(See bills H. R. No. 183.)
Hagerty, Mary :

422, 545
Harper, John

. 434, 437
Hazard, Ebenezer

. 437, 597
Hamilton, Eliphalet

439, 543
Harrison & Sterrett

. 546, 580
Hanging-maw, a Cherokee Indian

637, 648, 731
Hats, manufacturers of --see States Massachusetts, New York, &c.
Heyer, Walter W.

67, 165
Henry, Joseph .
Hendrickson, Hendrick

131
Heslep, Thomas

288
lieems, Charles

288, 294, 300
Henly, Samuel .

324, 403, 410
Helphinstone, Peter

426, 545
Hetfield, Moses

444, 597
Hebner, Frederick

631, 647
Hill, Henry

17, 29, 75, 299, 612, 614, 616, 646
Hicks, Moses

82
Higby, John

384, 425, 429
Hillegas, Michael

567, 644
Hill, John

580
Horner, Robert

:24, 629
Hopkins, Thomas

27
Hopkins, Stephen, and Robert S. Burroughs

449, 656
Hopkins, John Burroughs

449, 545

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Petitions from

How, Joseph
How, William
Howe, Timothy
Howe, William, refugee Nova Scotia
Howe, Bazaleel
Howell, John
Howell, Joseph
Hobby, John
Hoffman, Nicholas
Hollingsworth, Levi
Hollingsworth, Jacob
Hodges, Elijah-see James Biggs, et al.
Houghtaling, Cornelius and Wilhelmus
Holt, John
Hollingshead, John
Hogan, Edmund
House, George, et al.
Holker, John
Holdridge, John
Hopwood, John
Holcombe, Elijah
Hull, Joseph
Hunn, John S.
Hughes, John

216
274, 597

306, 389
335, 340, 357, 370
371, 472, 509

427, 522
436, 545

448

677, 685
98, 250, 343, 628

436, 545
633, 636

1.

78

Impressed seamen-see seamen, &c.
Imports, to inquire respecting act to regulate collection of duties, &c.

247
in foreign vessels forbidden, unless products of the nation to which

such vessel belongs-see Merchandise.
proposition to increase duties on

646
Importation of certain goods, wares, &c. to suspend the-(see bills H. R. No. 40)
Imprisonment for debt, continue acts for relief of persons

suffering

178
(See bills Senate, Nos. 13, 37.)
Interest on accounts between individuals and the United States-see Accounts.
Insurrection in Pennsylvania-(see President's message, also, Pennsylvania)

233
Indians Northwest of Ohio, instructions to commissioners to treat with hostile 9

communication from Secretary of War, relating to the Creek 16, 18, 19, 47
Do.
President, same subject--(see treaty, &c.) 51, 66, 165,

307, 308, 309, 311, 312
President to furnish statement of the gross amount, as presents to Chero-
kee and Creek
statement received

86
President transmits information in relation to the Creek

195
President transmits information in relation to the Six Nations of

219
Indians-see President's message, 1st session, 3d Congress

233, 248, 258
on frontiers United States, disorders of-(President's message

277
letter from James Seagrove, agent,

do

290
to establish trading-houses with the

300
(See bills, H. R. No. 82.)
President communicates information of (Creeks and Cherokees ]

331
act of Legislature of Georgia, (sell lands within the State ol] 331, 338, 342,

344, 346
provision for treaty with Indians

244
(See bills No. 124.)
lands, persons embodied on, with hostile intentions, to be punished 344, 346,

349, 350
south of the Ohio, to prevent depredations on the

347
(See bills, Senate, No. 30.)

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Indians, documents from James Seagrove, agent for the Creek

353
northwest of the Ohio, war with, terminated—(President's speech) 366
Creek and Cherokee--[President's speech)
to establish trading-houses with the tribes of

390
(See bills H. R. No. 138.)
to regulate trade and intercourse with the

426
(See bills H. R. No. 137.)
letter from Governor Blount, stating the design of certain persons to

take possession of lands of the Cherokee
northwest of Ohio, President to lay before the House Gen. Wayne's

treaty with
sent

443
appropriations to carry into effect treaty with

517
(See bills H. R. No. 170.)
information in relation to the situation of affairs with—[Pres. speech.]
Invasion--see militia.
Intercourse with foreign nations, expenses of --(see Presiilent's Message)
do
do
do

553
(See bills H. R. No. 140.)
Invalids--(see Pensioners, also, bills H. R. No. 62.)

concerning--(see resolutions joint, H. R. No. 10.)
Committee to inquire as to amending law concerning

- 266, 273
(See bills II. R. No. 98.)
Intercourse with certain ports and places, propostiion to prohibit--see Com-

mercial Intercourse.
Ipswich, in Massachusetts, to be a collection district

534
Iron, Committee to consider on remitting the duty on imported bar

73
report, &c.

89, 117
Petitions from--
Ingersoll, Huldah

- 70,89
Inspectors of the revenue Baltimore-see Maryland.
Imlay, William .

630
Indian, Hanging-maw-sec Hanging-maw.
Illinois and Wabash Land Companies, by James Wilson - 646, 679
Inspectors of Customis, Alexandria, Virginia--see Wm. Young, et al.

J.
Jackson, George Knowel, relief of-(see bills H. R. No. 160.)
Jenkins, Thomas, and Sons, relief to

55
(See bills H. R. No. 8.)
Jones, Griffith, settlement of claim of

209
(See bills 11. R. No. 67.)
Jones, Epaphras, et al. relief of--(see bills H. R. No. 92.)
Jones, Mary S. et al. relief to--(see bills H. R. No. 122.)
Judiciary, Committee to report on amending acts establishing the 16, 49, 56, 67

system, letter from Judges Supreme Court, pointing out defects in
the

66, 74
Attorney-General transmits a table of fees and costs for the Courts
United States

175, 182, 206
Committee to report a bill to continued acts to ascertain thc fees
in Admiralty cases

205
(See bills H. R. No. 66.)
transferring jurisdiction of suits, &c, from District to Circuit Courts
in New Hampshire

84
(See bills H. R. No. 15.)
to alter acts establishing Judicial Courts

87
(See bills II. R. No. 23.)
in addition to an act to punish crimes against U. States

92
(See bills Senate, No. 4.)
further to authorize the adjournment of Circuit Courts

155
(See bills Senate, No. 12.)

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