Abbildungen der Seite
PDF
EPUB

Page.
War, Secretary of, requested to communicate-

a statement in detail of the claims for Militia services, which

in his estimate of 10th February, instant, (1797,) he
states at $ 125,000, and also a statement of the appli-
cation of appropriations for the Military Establishment
for 1796, from whence have resulted the deficiencies
in the above mentioned estimate of the two sums of
$ 44,120 and $32,000

700
communicates-
instructions to Commissioners to treat with hostile Indians,
North of Ohio, and their report

9
a statement of the troops in the Legion of the U. States,
and intelligence from Gen. Wayne

9
a return of ordnance, arms, and Military stores, also a view

of the Southwestern frontier, as connected with the Creek
Indians, and State of Georgia

16
an adjudication of the Supreme Court against the claim of
certain invalid pensioners

68
a statement of expenditure in 1790, in a treaty with the

Creek Indians, and amount of presents to the Creeks and
Cherokees since -

86
a statement of cases of claimants to be placed on pension
Jist

131, 175, 186
further information relative to Southwestern frontier

206
a report respecting fortifications

247
a report respecting difficulties in execution of the act es-
tablishing an uniform militia

263
instructions to Engineers for erecting fortifications

270
letter, &c. from Governor of Territory, South of the Ohio 271
a report respecting frigates authorized by act to provide
a naval armament

277
a list of the names and petitions of several persons apply.
ing for pensions

278
confidential communications from Gen. Wayne

311
a list of the names of claimants of pensions

350
extracts of letters from Gen. Wayne

353
statements relative to Military force, arsenals, frigates, In.
dian trade, &c.

378
a report of the state of the fortifications of ports and har-
bors

424
an additional list of claimants of pensions

473
a report on the petitions of Michael Jackson and of Monsier
Poiery

494
a report on the petition of Hugh Lawson White

627
a list of names of claimants to be placed on the pension
list

651, 684, 707
statements relative to the expenditures in the Military De.
partment in 1796

708
a list of claimants for pensions, from the State of Delaware
War Department, payments at Treasury on account of the

14
committee to bring in bill making alterations in the

318
(See bills H. R. No. 112.)
proposition to increase salary of Accountant of 429, 546, 551, 553

(See bills H. Ř. No. 189.)
to extend the privilege of franking to

429
statements of expenditures of the, 1789 to 1795

613
Wayne, Major General, intelligence from

9
vote of thanks to, and officers and men

251
despatches from

· 269, 311
Ways & Means-see Revenue.
committee of appointed

- 385, 388
.390 ,454
- 621, 622

. 337,

721

committee of appointed

Page.
Weights & Measures, proceedings of French Government relating to 288, 388, 510

experiments to be made with a view to a fixed standard 557, 559

(See bills H. R. No. 194.)
White, James, Delegate from Territory Southwest of Ohio, appears

225
(see Ohio.)
Whitney, Charles, charged with breach of privileges of House-see privi-

leges, &c.
Wines, &c. laying a duty on retail of-see Revenue.

proposition to increase the duties on imported
Windows, proposition to lay a tax upon
Petitions from
Waters, Daniel

· 17, 93, 111, 127
Walley, Thomas, et al.

62,94
Ward, John B.-see Chryselius Adolph

131
Waln, Jesse and Robert.-see John Field, et al.
Wagner, Henry

SUT
Wayman, Henry, administrator of John

343, 403, 410
Wales, Emigrants from, see Great Britain

373
Waddy, William

379, 425, 429
Waldo, Daniel, Jr.
Waldo, Jonathan

406
Wallace, Hugh

- 411, 597
Wallace, Sarah, widow of Moses

.427, 597
Washington City, Commissioners of University

615
Watkins, Gassa way

631
Ward, John & Co.

- 677,683.
Walters, John

677, 687
Warrington, James

- 701, 715
Webb, George, by John Harvie
Webb, Wm. C. and Congers White

- 433, 545
West, Joseph

68
Weisenfelt, Charles F.

76, 93, 111, 127
Weread, John.-see Telfair and Weread.
Wetmore, Hezekiah

103
Weir, Samuel

332, 341, 394
Weeks, William

- 370, 415
Wells, Henry.-see Samuel Brown.
Wells, Thomas

. 379, 709
West, Nathaniel

383
Wescott, Caleb

- 467, 597
Welsh, Anna

- 630, 683
White, Joseph-see Geo. Crowninshield, et al.
White, Haffield

22, 93, 111, 127, 250, 597
White, Joseph

. 120, 187
White, John, Jr. administrator of Jacob

261
White, Luke

309
White, Moses

312, 396, 441, 597, 630
White, Hugh Lawson

320, 627, 632, 633, 648, 698
White, Wright

370, 379, 410, 414
White, John

478, 597, 637
White, Lucy

612
White, Charles

- 613, 629
Whitney, Joshua

.249, 343
Whitsel, Jacob

379, 383, 503
Whitlock, Wm.

• 450, 597
Whitlock, Ephraim

387
Whitney, Joshua

-627, 709
Whitney, Abel

- 396, 597
Wheeler, Jonathan

- 470, 597
Wilson, Stebbins

18, 29, 93, 111, 127
Wilson, Philip

696

[graphic]
[graphic]
[ocr errors]

75, 83

Page.
Petitions from
Wirtz, Wm.

78
Wisler, Michael, and Daniel Murray

103
Willock, Thomas

- 248, 349
Winslow, Nathan

615
Winslow, Beverly

- 383, 427
Wilkins, William

· 425, 545
Witter, Joseph
Witter, Josiah

185
Witter, Josiah

441, 597
Witner, Peter

467
Wilste, Martin

• 567, 597
Wilson, James, National Tontine

402
Wilkinson, Samuel

- 379, 637
Worley, Caleb

61, 93, 111, 127, 250, 343, 649
Wood, Leighton, et al. clerks Treasury V. States. --see clerks.
Wood, Elijah

379, 383, 503
Wood, Andrew

- 388, 508
Wood, John

· 532, 643
Woodbridge, Dudley

- 291, 330
Wooton, John

666, 721, 740
Wright, James

103
Wright, Francis

- 381, 642
Wright, Wm. Executors of

- 503, 683
Wynne, John.-see James Quarles.

29
43

55

63
68

79

115

121

Y.
Yeas and Nays

on passage of Senate bill, to alter the flag of the United States
on amending bill No. 1, Military Establishment United States
on making the report of the Secretary of State on the re-

strictions on the commerce of the United States, the order

of the day for the 1st Monday of March, next
on admitting Henry Latimer, of Delaware, to a seat in the

House
on a proposition to build four ships of 44, and two of 20 guns
on amending the Joint Resolution of the Senate, for amending

the Constitution, respecting the judicial power
on a proposition for a committee to ascertain and report, the

principles on which the accounts between the United

States and individual States were settled
on the previous question-[suspend intercourse with Great

Britain]
on resuming the consideration of the subject-(suspend inter-

course with Great Britain)
on engrossing non-intercourse bill
on passing the same
on agreeing to the report of a committee, on the subject of in.

creasing the revenue
on amending a resolution-[duties on stamps)
on amending a resolution-[licenses to attorneys, &c.]
on striking out duty on Tobacco, manufactured in the United

States
on amending the resolution-[domestic tonnage)
on increasing duty on foreign tonnage
on a motion to discriminate duties (British and other foreign

tonnage]
on a motion to exempt certain deeds from stamp duty
on a motion to amend the resolution--[further to continue the

Embargo)
on the passage of said resolution
VOL. II.-106

124
129
130

142
144
145

146
147
148

150
151

153
154

Page.
Yeas and Nays-

on a motion to amend the bill for paying interest on balances
due by the United States, to certain States ·

. 156, 157
on taking the previous question on said bill

158
on engrossing the same

159
on a motion that the same be read the third time on the 1st

Monday of October .
on the passage of the said bill

16+
on committing a Joint Resolution, providing indemnity for

British depredations -
on a motion to amend the bill laying additional duties on imports
on a motion to reject the bill laying duties on manufactured to-

bacco and refined sugar
on a motion to strike out the 1st section of the bill to aug.
ment the Military force of United States

169
on a motion to amend the bill to compensate Arthur St. Clair 171
on the passage of said bill

172
on the passage of Senate bill, providing for the widow &c., of
Robert Forsyth

173
on a motion to suspend intercorsue with the American Colonies
of Great Britain

177
on engrossing the bill, laying duties on stamps

179
on passage of said bili

181
on passage of bill laying duties on carriages

184
on a motion to reject Senate bill to increase the military
force, &c.

187
on passage of the bill, laying duties on licenses to retail wines

189
on the passage of the bill, for the payment of money due in
France

190
on the bill laying duties on sales at auction

190
on going into Committee of the whole, on bill of Senate, for

punishment of certain crimes, &c.
on motion to amend the said bill

193
on the passage of the bill to compensate Robert Forsyth

198
on the passage of the bill to authorize the President to procure

Gallies
on third reading of bill granting additional compensation to

the principal clerks in the Department of State, Treasury

and 'War--(Senate)
on a proposition to amend the bill for further protection of
South Western frontier settlers

210
on amendments proposed to the said bill

214
on a resolution to increase the Naval force of the United
States, against Algerine Corsairs, &c.

217
on an amendment to the address, in answer to President's
Speech-[origin of Pennsylvania insurrection)

241
on previous question---(vote of thanks to General Wayne, &c.] 251
on the appointment of a committee, to report a bill regulating
the pay of officers of militia -

265
on previous question-[indemnify sufferers-Pennsylvania in.
surrection

270
on amending bill, to establish an uniform rule of naturalization 281
on indemnifying persons who have entered lands, ceded by

310
on a motion to amend the bill, making further provision for the

336
on a motion to reject' Senate bill

, No. 30, to prevent depreda-
tions on the Indians South of the Ohio

347
on a question-has Robert Randolph been guilty of a con-
tempt, and breach of the privilege of this House

405

Page.

-

seanien

Yeas and Nays-

on requiring the President to lay before the house, the instruc-

tions to the Minister who negotiated the late Treaty with
Great Britain-(Jay's]

480
on passage of bill, for the relief and protection of American

483, 484
on passage of a bill, authorizing a loan for the use of the city
of Washington

490
on a proposition to commit to a Committee of the Whole House

the message of the President, declining to transmit to the
House, copies of instructions, &c. to the Minister who nego-
tiated the late treaty with Great Britain

491
on an amendment to the bill, providing for the sale of lands of
United States, North west of the river Ohio -

495
on several propositions relative to the refusal of the President

to comply with a call of the House, for a copy of instructions
to the Minister who negotiated the late treaty with Great
Britain

499, 500, 501, 502
on amendments to act to provide for a naval armament 503, 504, 505
on passage of Senate bill--supplementary to an act, to provide
for a naval armament.

506
on amending the bill to regulate trade and intercourse with the
Indian tribes, and preserve peace on frontiers

508
on propositions to amend resolutions of the House, to provide
for carrying into effect certain treaties.

511, 512, &c.
on several propositions to amend resolutions, on making provi-

sion to carry into effect, the treaty with Great Britain 529 530, 531
on a resolution declaring the State of Tennessee to be one of
the United States of America

544
on a proposition to increase compensation of sundry officers of
Government

546
on a proposition in relation to fortifications United States

554
on the passage of the bill making an additional allowance to
certain public officers for 1796 -

558
on Senate amendments to bill to ascertain and fix the Military
Establishment

567, 572
on Senate amendments to bill making provision for the pay-
ment of certain debts of the United States

576, 577
on passage of the bill to indemnify the estate of the late Gene-
ral Green

578
on postponing the consideration of the report of the Committee
of Ways and Means, in favor of the appointment of an agent,
to superintend foreign expenditures :

584
on amending the Senate bill, laying out into one State, the

territory ceded by North Carolina to the United States, and
for an enumeration of the inhabitants thereof

- 587, 588
on amending the bill, making further appropriations for the
!

594
on an amendment of the Senate, to the bill to prevent the sale

of prizes brought into the United States, by vessels belong-
ing to any Foreign Prince or state

596
on a resolution, declaring that Israel Smith is not entitled to a
seat in the House, as a representative from Vermont

597
op several propositions to amend the address, in answer to the
President's Speech

617, 619
on a Resolution Joint, requiring that debtor States be notified
of balances and required to pay

638
on a Resolution Joint, requiring that debtor States, holding evi-

dences of Debt vs. United States, (such cases suspended] 639
on a proposition to lay a direct tax on lands, lots, and buildings 651
op a proposition to lay a tax upon slaves

652

[ocr errors]

year 1796

« ZurückWeiter »