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Senate Proceedings and Debates.

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Detachment of Militia, a bill from the House of Documents, Mr. Leib gave notice of a bill to au-
Representatives to authorize a, read 119

thorize the transportation of, &c. •

16
read a second time, and referred

120 a bill to frank certain, read twice, and order.
reported with amendments

125
ed to a third reading

17
recommitted to a select committee

129
postponed indefinitely

19
reported with amendments

187 Doorkeeper and Sergeant-at-Arms, Mountjoy
read a third time, and passed as amended · 192 Bayly elected

11
the House of Representatives agreed, with

on motion of Mr. Smith, of Maryland, the,
an amendment

193

was authorized to employ an assistant, &e. 16
in which the Senate concurred

194 Drawback, a bill from the House of Representa-
Mr. Smith, of Maryland, submitted a resolu-

tives to extend the time of exporting with
tion on the subject, which was agreed to · 246

privilege of, read

246
a report from the Secretary of War, in obe-

read a second time, and ordered to a third
dience to the resolution, read and referred 248 reading

247
the committee reported a bill supplementary

read the third time

248
to the act authorizing a, read

262

referred to a committee
read a second time

263
referred to a committee

265

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reported with amendments

297 Embargo, a confidential message from the Presi-
ordered to a third reading as amended, read

dent of the United States recommending
third time, and passed

300
an, referred

• 187
Detroit, a bill from the House of Representatives

a bill from the House of Representatives
relating to lands in the district of, read 186 (confidentially) laying an, read

187
read a second time, and referred
190 read a second time

188
reported amended, and ordered to a third

ordered to a third reading amended-read a
reading

192
third time, and passed

189
read a third time, and passed

200 a confidential message from the House of
Disability of Judges, a bill from the House of Re-

Representatives that they have agreed to
presentatives in relation to the

166

the amendments, and that the Speaker
read a first time

167
had signed the bill

191
read a second time, and referred

168 on motion of Mr. Anderson, the injunction
reported with amendments

171
of secrecy was taken off, &c.

192
ordered to a third reading

173 Encounter at Sea, Mr. Giles submitted a resolu-
read a third time, and passed as amended 173

tion respecting an, between an Ameri-
the House of Representatives disagree to

can frigate and a British ship of war 15
the amendment, and the Senate receded 176 Enemies, a bill from the House of Representa-
returned by the President of the United States

tives to prohibit vessels from trading with 314
with objections to the House of Represent-

read a first time

318
atives, who resolved that the bill do not

read a second time, and referred

316
pass

196 reported with amendments, read a third
District of Columbia, a bill from the House of Re-

time, and passed as amended

319
presentatives concerning the Levy Court Engineers, Mr. Smith of Maryland gave notice
in the, read twice, and referred

127

of a bill making further provision for the
reported amended

185
corps of -

16
ordered to a third reading
199 a bill to that effect read, &c.

18
read a third time, and passed as amended 200 read a second time, and referred

19
the House of Representatives disagree to *

reported without amendment
the amendments

248 amended, and ordered to a third reading 27
the Senate receded

304 read the third time, and passed
a bill to provide for the more effectual organ.

returned from the House of Representatives
ization of the militia in the, read twice,

with amendments -

216
and referred.
245 amendments concurred in

217
reported amended

249 Erie Canal, the President of the United States
ordered to a third reading

250

transmitted copies of an act of the Legis.
read a third time, and passed

250 lature of New York in relation to the,
a bill from the House of Representatives con-

&c., referred

87
ferring certain powers on the Levy Court, Evans, Oliver, Mr. Leib presented the memorial
&c., read twice

246
of

89
referred to a committee

249 Evasions and infractions of Commercial Laws,
reported amended

263

Mr. Giles submitted a resolution respect-
ordered to a third reading as amended 265

ing

16
read a third time, and passed as amended 299 agreed to, and a committee appointed

17
a bill from the House of Representatives to Executive Proceedings, Journal of
amend the laws in the, read

247 Exportation of Specie, &c., a bill from the House
read a second time

248 of Representatives to prohibit, read twice, 202
referred to a committee

249 amended, read the third time, and passed 203
reported amended

263 sent confidentially to the House of Repre-
ordered to a third reading as amended 265

sentatives, who agreed to the amend.
read a third time, and passed

299
ments

203

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Extra Compensation, Mr. Leib submitted a res- General Post Office and Patent Office, a bill from
olution to allow, to certain servants, &c.,

the House of Representatives for the bet.
read

307

ter accommodation of the, read twice, and
read a second time

308
referred

123
ordered to a third reading

312 reported without amendment, and ordered
read a third time, and passed
319 to a third reading -

130
read a third time, and passed

162
F.

Georgia, a resolution of the Legislature of, rati-
Feliciana, a petition of the inhabitants of, re-

fying the amendment of the Constitution
ferred to the committee on the bill for

in relation to titles, &c.

119
the adınission of Louisiana into the Union 177 Georgetown Lancaster School, a bill from the
Field Exercise, a letter from Colonel Alexander

House of Representatives to incorporate,
Smyth, respecting, &c.

321
read twice, and referred

128
Finances, an exhibit of, from the Treasury De-

reported without amendment

167
partment
2046 ordered to a third reading -

170
First Circuit, a bill to alter the time for holding

read a third time, and passed

172
the Circuit Courts in the, read twice, and German, Mr., speech of, on the bill declaring war 271
referred

124 Giles, Mr., speech of, on the bill for raising an
reported with amendments

169
additional military force

35
ordered to a third reading as amended 170 on the bill to authorize volunteers 107, 1693
read a third time, and passed with amend- Goddard, John, Mr. Cutts presented a memorial
ments

172
of, referred

208
Foreign Coins, a report from the Treasury in Goldsborough, Charles, and others, Mr. Varnum
relation to
25 presented the petition of, referred

262
Foreign Relations, Mr. Lloyd submitted a reso-

committee discharged
lution respecting our, disagreed to - 188 Gordon, Thomas, Mr. Franklin presented the
Forfeited Recognisances, a bill from the House

petition of, referred

83
of Representatives for remission of, with-

an adverse report thereon agreed to

182
in the District of Columbia

252 Government, a bill from the House of Represent-
read a first time

257
atives for support of, read

112
read a second time

258
read a second time, and referred

114
read a third time, and passed
262 reported vith amendments

121
France, a correspondence concerning our rela-

ordered to a third reading as amended

123
tions with

100, 246

recommitted; reported with amendments 124
France and Great Britain, Mr. Giles submitted a

read a third time, and passed as amended · 126
resolution respecting our relations with 15 a bill from the House of Representatives
agreed to, and a committee appointed

16

making additional appropriations for sup-
Friends, Mr. Smith, of Maryland, presented a

port of, read.

219
memorial of the Society of, referred
22 read a second time

223
committee discharged
313 ordered to a third reading

225
Frigate Chesapeake, the President of the United

read a third time, and referred

227
States transmitted a correspondence show-

reported without amendment, and passed 237
ing that the affair of the, had been satis- Great Britain, the President communicated pa-
factorily adjusted
20 pers in relation to, referred

100, 102
Fulton, Robert, and associates, a bill for relief of

of which one thousand copies were ordered
read
28 to be printed

165
read a second time

29
recommitted to a select committee
said committee reported a bill extending the

Handbook of Infantry, Mr. Duane's, received
time of certain patent rights, read

34
and acknowledged

309
read a second time

66 Harrison, Governor W. H., a memorial of the
ordered to a third reading -

90

Legislature of Indiana approving the
read a third time, and passed

92

conduct, and praying the re-appoint-
ment of, referred -

91

Hazen, Charlotte, Mr. Bradley presented the
Gamble, William, Mr. Brent presented the peti-

petition of, referred

28
tion of, referred to Treasury Department

a bill for relief of, read, &c.

103
report from the Secretary thereon

257 Henry, John, Mr. Lloyd submitted a resolution
Garrard, William, a bill from the House of Rep-

relating to the disclosures of

165
resentatives for the relief of, read
246 amended, and agreed to

166
read a second time, and referred

247 report of the Secretary of State that he is
reported without amendment, and ordered

not in possession of names, &c.

169
to a third reading -

248 Hemp, a petition, respecting the culture of 2054
read a third time, and passed

250 Henry, Alexander, Mr. Leib presented a memo-
General Land Office, a bill to establish a,

rial of, referred

200
third time, and passed :

131
committee discharged

319
returned from the House of Representatives Hoffman, Peter, Mr. Smith of Maryland pre-
with amendments, and concurred in 211 sented a petition of, referred -

206
report from the Commissioner of the 304, 306 adverse report thereon agreed to

211

H.

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G.

251

read a

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Howard, Fitch, and Lloyd, Mr. Smith of New Indians, on motion of Mr. Smith, of Maryland,
York presented a petition of, referred 23

a committee was appointed to request of
Howell, Jeremiah, B., appointed Senator by the

the President of the United States such
Legislature of Rhode Island, was quali-

information as he may possess, respecting
fied, &c.

9
the intentions of the

299
Hubbard, Henry, Mr. Lloyd presented the peti- Infantry, a bill from the House of Representa-
tion of, referred

94 tives for the more perfect organization of
Hubbell, Ezekiel, a bill from the House of Rep-

the, read twice and referred

247
resentatives, to empower the Secretary of

reported, amended, and ordered to a third
the Treasury to decide in the case of, read

reading

252
a first time

read a third time and passed as amended - 257
read a second time, and referred

97 the House of Representatives disagree to the
reported with amendments

102

amendments and ask a conference 262
ordered to a third reading -

103 conference agreed to, and managers appointed 263
read a third time and passed, as amended - 104 Ingraham, Nathaniel G., and others, Mr. Smith
Hubbell, William, a bill from the House of Rep-

of New York presented the petition of,
resentatives for relief of, read twice and

which was referred to the Secretary of the
referred

185
Treasury

123
reported without amendment

199
report of that officer read

194
ordered to a third reading -

200

papers referred to a select committee - 212
read a third time, and passed

201 a bill to discharge, from imprisonment, read 217
Humiliation and Prayer, Mr. Anderson submit-

read a second time

218
ted a resolution requesting the President

recommitted

225
to appoint a day of, read

303 reported without amendment
read a second time

305

postponed indefinitely
read a third time, and recommitted

305 Invalid Pensioners, a bill from the House of Rep-
reported, amended, and ordered to a third

resentatives respecting, read twice and re-
reading

307
ferred .

300
read a third time, and passed

310
reported, amended

307
Hunter, William, appointed a Senator by the

ordered to a third reading

311
Legislature of Rhode Island was qualified

read'a third time and passed as amended 313
&c.

23

J.
I.

Jefferson College, a bill from the House of Rep-
Imports and Tonnage, a bill supplemental to the

resentatives, authorizing the Secretary of
act to regulate the collection of duties on,

the Treasury to locate lands reserved for
read twice
95 the use of, read twice

118
amended and ordered to a third reading

103
ordered to a third reading -

120
read a third time

104
read a third time, and passed

121
recommitted to a select committee

106 Judges of the United States, a bill respecting the,
reported with an amendment

115

read twice
indefinitely postponed
161 read a third time and passed

243
Impressments, on motion, by Mr. Campbell, a

K.
- committee was appointed to request cer-
tain information of the President of the Kaskaskia, a bill from the House of Represent-
United States in relation to

317 atives confirming certain claims to land
report from Secretary of State in reply 321, 2016 in the district of, read .

91
India, a bill to permit the entry of vessels from

read a second time, and referred

93
any of the ports of, read
225 reported without amendment

114
read a second time
226 ordered to a third reading

115
ordered to a third reading

228
read a third time, and passed

116
read a third time, and passed

236

a bill from the House of Representatives to
Indian Affairs, Mr. Worthington submitted a res-

establish a land district in Illinois, east
olution to refer to a select committee so

of the district of, read

119
much of the Message as relates to -
16 read a second time, and referred

120
the motion agreed to, and a committee ap-

reported without amendment

122
pointed on
18 ordered to a third reading

124
Indiana Territory, a memorial of the Legisla-

read a third time, and passed

124
ture of, praying certain grants of land 88 Kentucky, Mr. Pope submitted sundry resolu-
a memorial of the Legislature of, praying to

tions of the Legislature of

162
be admitted into the Union, referred 91 the resolution respecting public roads in, re-
Mr. Giles submitted a resolution for a com-

ferred to a committee

185
mittee to revise the act to divide . . 168 Kittery, Elliott, and Berwick, Mr. Cutts gave
agreed to, and a committee appointed 170

notice of a bill to annex, to the district of
a bill from the House of Representatives,

Portsmouth

28
supplemental to the act for dividing, read 248 a bill to that effect was read twice

29
read a second time
249 indefinitely postponed

189
ordered to a third reading, read a third time,

Mr. Varnum presented a petition that the
and passed -
250 bill above mentioned may not pass

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Knight, Lieutenant Simeon, Mr. Bradley pre- Loan, a bill from the House of Representatives
sented a petition of, referred to the Pay.

authorizing a, read twice, and referred 129
master General

2ii
reported with amendments

147
report of said officer on the same
217 ordered to a third reading -

166
Knoxville, a bill from the House of Representa-

read a third time, and passed as amended 167
tives to alter the time for holding the

a bill from the House of Representatives
circuit court for East Tennessee at, read 126

supplemental to the act authorizing a,
read a second time, and referred

126
read

317
reported amended

161

read a second time, and referred
ordered to a third reading

162

reported with amendments, read three times,
read a third time, and passed

163
and passed as amended

320
L.

Louisiana, a bill to admit the State of, into the
Landais, Peter, Mr. Smith of New York pre-

Union, read

171
sented a petition of

183
read a second time

173
referred to a committee

114
ordered to a third reading -

175
an adverse report on the same

247

recommitted to the committee on the bill
the report of the committee agreed to 248

from the House of Representatives of the
Land Office, a bill to establish a General, read

176
twice

107

a bill from the House of Representatives to
recommitted

116

the same effect twice read, and referred 176
reported amended

128
reported with amendments

179
ordered to a third reading

129
ordered to a third reading -

184
read a third time, and passed

130

read a third time, and passed as amended 186
Lands, a bill from the House of Representatives

a bill to enlarge the limits of the State of,
directing the terms on which, reverting

· read

182
in failure of payment, shall again be sold,

read a second time

183
read

89
ordered to a third reading

186
read a second time, and referred
92 read a third time, and passed

194
reported without amendment

95 a bill supplemental to the act to admit, read 240
ordered to a third reading -

97 read a second time, and ordered to a third
read a third time, and passed

98
reading

241
Lapsley, Samuel, (See Lisle, John.)

read a third time by consent, and passed 241
Letters of Marque, &c., a bill from the House Louisiana Lead Company, a bill to incorporate
of Representatives concerning, read twice 301 the, read

101
ordered to a third reading
302 referred to a committee of five

161
amended, read a third time, and passed with

reported with amendments

' 168
amendments
303 ordered to a third reading

174
Library, a message from the House of Represent-

recommitted

175
atives that they have appointed a joint

reported amended

176
committee, read
23 ordered to a third reading

178
agreed to, and a committee on the part of

read a third time, and passed as amended 181
the Senate appointed

28 Lyon, Matthew, a memorial of, praying repay.
a bill making further appropriations for sup-

ment of a fine, read

19
port of the, read

24
read a second time, and ordered to a third

Lyon, George, a bill from the House of Repre-
sentatives for relief of, read

315
reading

25
read a third time, and passed

read a second time, and indefinitely post-
25
poned

316
Light-Houses, a bill from the House of Repre-
sentatives authorizing the purchase of

M.
Lewis's patent for an improved method

of lighting, read twice, and referred 125 Maine, District of, a bill from the House of Rep-
reported with amendments

128

resentatives to alter the time of holding
ordered to a third reading

130

one of the terms of the district court in
read a third time; passed with amendments 130

the, read

21
Lisle, John, and others, (heirs of Samuel Laps-

read a second time, and ordered to a third
ley,) Mr. Pope presented the petition of,

reading -

22
referred

122
read a third time, and passed

22
a bill for the relief of, read

130 Maritime Frontier, a bill from the House of Rep-
read a second time

147 resentatives making further appropriation
the third reading refused

174
for defence of, twice read

117
Livingston, R. R., and Robert Fulton, Mr. Giles

referred to a committee

120
presented the petition of, referred
23 reported with amendments

161
(See Fulton, Robert.)

ordered to a third reading

163
Lloyd, James, of Massachusetts, attended and

read a third time, and passed with amend-
took his seat

15
ments

163
speech of, on the bill concerning the Naval

Mr. Reed presented a memorial from citizens
Establishment

131

of Maryland, praying measures for de-
on the Boston memorial

252

231
fence of

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Maritime Frontier-continued.
Page. Military Establishment continued.

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a bill from the House of Representatives

the House of Representatives insist, and
for further defence of the, twice read, and

agree to a conference
referred

314 report of the Managers agreed to, and the
reported without amendment, read a third

178
time, and passed

316
Mason's Island, a bill from the House of Repre-

modifications

181
sentatives to authorize a canal around the

a bill from the House of Representatives
causeway of, read

223 making additional appropriations for the 314
read a second time
225 read a first time

315
referred to a committee

226 read a second and third time, and passed 315
reported with amendments

250 Military Peace Establishment, a bill supplemen-
ordered to a third reading

251
tal to the act fixing a, read

305
read a third time, and passed with amend-

read a second time, and referred -

306
ments

258 reported amended, and ordered to a third
Massachusetts, resolutions and memorial of the

reading

307
Legislature of, against war

250

read a third time, and passed
Mechanics' Bank of Alexandria, Mr. Brent pre- Militia, a bill from the House of Representatives
sented a petition praying the charter of

making provision for arming the whole
the

148
body of, read -

127
referred to'a select committee
148 read a second tiine, and referred -

198
a bill to incorporate the, read
169 reported with amendments

185
read a second time
170 ordered to a third reading -

194
recominitted

177 read a third time, and passed as amended . 195
reported with amendments

184 Milledgeville, (Georgia,) resolution of the citi-
ordered to a third reading as amended 198

zens, of expressing confidence in the Gov.
read a third time, and passed

200
ernment

310
returned from the House of Representatives Miller, Christopher, a bill from the House of Rep-
amended, and concurred in .

240
resentatives for relief of, read

191
Merchant Vessels, Mr. Dana submitted a resolu-

read a second time, and referred

123
tion relating to the arming of -

199 reported without amendment
agreed to, and referred to a select commit.

the third reading refused
tee

201 Minifie, Charles, Mr. Bradley gave notice of a
a bill concerning the arming of, for defence,

bill for relief of

19
read

209 a bill for relief of, read twice, and referred.
read a second time, and ordered to a third

reported with amendments

182
reading

ordered to a third reading

183
Message, the President's Annual

11 read a third time, and passed as amended 184
three hundred copies of the above and doc- Mint, the President of the United States trans-
uments, ordered to be printed

12

mitted the report of the Director of the 95
Mr. Giles offered sundry resolutions to refer

Miscellaneous Claims, a statement of moneys es.
the, to select committees

15
pended in the discharge of,

106
another, from the President of the United Mississippi Territory, a resolution of the Legis-
States, with supplementary documents 17

lature of, to support the Administration,
Michigan, a memorial of the citizens of, praying

&c., read

90
protection against the Indians

88 a bill from the House of Representatives to
Military Bounty Lands, a bill for designating,

enable the people of, to form a constitu-
surveying, &c., read

166
tion, read twice, and referred

171
read a second time
167 report of said committee

204
amended, and ordered to a third reading 183 postponed indefinitely

207
read a third time, and passed

184 a joint resolution authorizing a census to be
returned from the House of Representatives

taken of the people of, read

239
with amendments, and concurred in 226 read a second time

241
Military Establishment, a bill to complete the ex-

ordered to a third reading
isting, read
29 postponed indefinitely

341
read a second time

30 a bill from the House of Representatives to
amended, and ordered to a third reading 32

confirm certain grants under the Spanish
read a third time, and passed unanimously 33

Government -
a bill in addition to the, read
116 read twice, and referred

257
read a second time
118 reported with amendments

263
ordered to a third reading -
120 ordered to a third reading

301
read a third time, and recommitted
121 read a third time, and passed as amended

302
reported with amendients

126

a bill from the House of Representatives
ordered to a third reading as amended, and

confirming certain grants by the British
read a third time, and passed -

127
Government

262
returned from the House of Representatives

read a first time

263
with amendments
174 read a second time, and referred

264
referred to a select committee
175 reported without amendment

300
the Senate disagree to all the amendments,

ordered to a third reading -

311
and ask a conference
176 read a third time, and passed

313

218

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