Abbildungen der Seite
PDF
EPUB

Senate Proceedings and Debates.

son

11

Page. Burr, Aaron-continued.

Page.
Belknap, Maurice, examination of, in the case of

cross-examination of General Eaton, by 408
Aaron Burr

440

opinion of the court on the motion to com.
cross-examination of

444
mit before indictment

686
Berry, Bartholomew, the petition of, referred to

opinion relating to the order of evidence, on
a select committee

54
the trial of

709
a bill presented for relief of, read twice, and

opinion on the motion to stop the introduc-
ordered to a third reading

100
tion of evidence, &c.

712
read a third time, and passed

101

opinion on the proper process for bringing,
Biddeford and Pepperelborough, a bill from the

before the court
House to change the name of the district

opinion on the motion for exclusion of, on
of, read

45
the trial for misdemeanor

756
read a second time, and referred to a com-

conclusive opinion of the Chief Justice, on
mittee.

45
the motion to commit

766
ordered to a third reading

46
read a third time, and passed

47

C.
Biddle, Samuel, and others, (impressed seamen,)
petition of, ordered to be communicated to

Cabell, Joseph C., a grand juror, examination of,
the House

12
in the case of Burr

675
Bissell, Daniel, examination of, in the case of Canal in the City of Washington, notice of a
Aaron Burr

606, 623, 636 bill to incorporate a company for opening
cross-examination of

630
the

371
Bodley, Thomas, examination and cross exami-

a bill presented, read, and postponed to the
nation of, in the case of Burt

655
next session

371
Bollman, Dr., letters from, to General Wilkin- Capitol, a bill to make good a deficit in the ap-

561, 562

propriation for, &c., twice read, amended,
Boston, Mr. Adams presented the memorial of

read a third time, and passed as amended RA
merchants and others of, in relation to

the House disagree to the amendments, and
the non-importation act, which was re-

the Senate recede .

380
ferred to a select committee

48
memorial of certain merchants of, relating

Champagny, M., translation of a letter from, to

General Armstrong, of which five hun-
to exportation of fish, referred to a com-

dred copies were ordered to be printed 183
mittee

235

Chaplains, a resolution adopted to appoint
Boucherie, Anthony, a bill from the House to

Charts, a joint resolution from the House author.
extend certain privileges to, read twice,

izing the disposition of certain, twice read,
and referred .

54

and referred to a committee
reported without amendment, and ordered
to a third reading

reported without amendment, and ordered
55

to a third reading
read a third time, and passed

63
read a third time, and passed

160
Brashears, Nathaniel, Mr. Reed presented tho
petition of, which was referred to a com-

Chase, Samuel, Judge, a bill from the House to
mittee

359

provide for the payment of certain ex-
a bill reported for relief of, and read

371

penses incurred in the impeachment of,
read a second time, and ordered to a third

read
reading

read a second time, and referred to a com-

372
read a third time, and postponed

mittee

379
British Aggressions, a declaration of American

reported without amendment, and ordered
citizens on the Mobile, in relation to, read

to a third reading

12
British Orders in Council, a copy of certain,

read a third time, and passed
transmitted by the President, referred 105 Chesapeake, frigate, Mr. Anderson submitted a
report of said committee

364

resolution to refer to a select committee
Brockenbrough, John, a grand juror, eramina-

the correspondence in relation to the at-
tion of, in the case of Aaron Burr

675

tack of the Leopard upon the
Brown, Rev. Mr., election of, as Chaplain to the

the resolution adopted, and a committee
House of Representatives, announced 20

appointed
Bruff, Major James, evidence of, in the case of Circuit Courts, on motion of Mr. Tiffin, a com-
Aaron Burr.

589

mittee was appointed to inquire whether
cross-examination of

616

alterations are necessary in the act estab-
Burr, Aaron, a copy of the proceedings on the

lishing, &c.
trial of, transmitted by the President 33 a bill presented to amend the act mentioned,
documents accompanying the President's

which was read
Message, in relation to the trial of

385 read a second time, and postponed
indictment of, by the Grand Inquest at Rich-

amended and recommitted
mond

385 reported with further amendments
on the motion of, the court grant a subpæna

bill and amendments recommitted
to the President, &c.

388 reported with other amendments
the grand jury present two indictments

ordered to a third reading as amended
against -

389 read a third time, and passed as amended
an order of court to remove, from the citi-

returned from the House, with amendments 171
zens' jail

389 which were concurred in -

136

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

131
139
165
166
157

17

Senate Proceedings and Debates.

99

Page. Courts Martial-continued.

Page.
Clason, Isaac, and Creighton, James, a petition

ordered to a third reading as amended 359
of each, referred to the committee appoint-

read a third time, and passed as amended 360
ed on the Treasury Report on the subject Covington, Leonard, a letter from, to General
of drawback

105

Wilkinson, referred to on the trial of Aaron
Cobb Creek, Massachusetts ; Mr. S. Smith pre-

Burr

570
sented the petition of sundry inhabitants Crawford, William H., a Senator from Georgia,
of, praying the establishment thereat of a

in place of A. Baldwin, took his seat
post office, referred to the committee on

remarks of, in objection to reading certain
post roads

359 depositions offered by the counsel of John
Commerce and Seamen, a bill from the House to

Smith

180
revive and continue in force the first sec-

speech of, on the case of said Smith

318
tion of the act to protect the, of the Uni- Crimes. (See Treason.)
ted States, presented and read

66 Crowninshield, Jacob, notice from the House of
read a second time, and referred

78
the death of

360
reported without amendment, amended, and Cumberland Road, a Message from the President
ordered to a third reading

79
in relation to the

131
read a third time, and passed as amended 80 Cushing, Colonel, the deposition of, referred to by
Congress, notice of a bill to alter the time for the

General Wilkinson, in his testimony be-
next meeting of

332

fore the court, on the trial of Aaron Burr 568
Mr. Bradley brought in a bill to that effect, Customs, a report of the Secretary of the Trea-
which was read

358

sury, with a statement of the emolumente
read a second time

360 of the officers employed in the collection
read a third time, and further consideration

of

. 108
postponed

361

D.
bill taken up and passed

372
Connecticut, a deed of cession by the State of, to Dana, Edmund P., the testimony of, in the trial
the United States of certain territory call-

of Aaron Burr

446
ed the Western Reserve of Connecticut, Darby, Ezra, notice from the House of death of - 100
ordered to be sent for file in the State De- Dayton, General, letters from, to General Wilkin-
partment

31

son, referred to in the testimony of the
Constitution, Mr. Tiffin submitted a resolution to

latter, in the case of Aaron Burr 560, 561 -
amend the

21 Debentures, Mr. Adams reported a bill author-
referred to a select committee

izing the issue of, in certain cases, which
resolutions of the Legislature of Vermont

was read

155
on the same subject, referred to the same 99 read a second time

156
resolutions of the Legislature of Pennsylva-

second reading resumed, and further con-
nia, referred to same committee

133
sideration postponed

160
another resolution of the Legislature of

bill recommitted

161
Pennsylvania
134 reported, with an amendment

162
resolution of the Legislature of Virginia 325 amendment agreed to, and bill ordered to a
resolution of the Legislature of Massachusetts 331 third reading as amended

163
Mr. Hillhouse submitted a resolution to

reported correctly engrossed

167
amend the
356 bill postponed to next session

178
Contingent Fund, the President transmitted an Delaware, an act of cession to the United States
account of the

78 of a light-house and pier, by the State of,
Contracts; a bill from the House concerning public 155 ordered to be sent for file in the State Do-
read a second time, and referred

156
partment

81
reported without amendment

161 Detroit, the President transmitted letters from
a motion to amend was, with the bill, post-

Governor Hull, respecting the Indians in
poned

163
the vicinity of

55
bill recommitted

171 Dickinson, John, testimonials of respect to the
reported with further amendments

178
memory of

134
ordered to a third reading as amended 331 Dinsmore, Silas, evidence of, in the case of Aaron
read a third time, and passed as amended 332 Burr

658
returned from the House with amendments District of Columbia, Mr. Adams gave notice of
amended

368

a bill to revive and continue certain causes
in which amendment the Senate concurred 369 in the district court of the

100
Copper, a bill from the House to allow the im-

a bill presented agreeably to notice, and
portation of old, free of duty, read twice

read

101
and referred

129 read a second time, and ordered to a third
reported with an amendment

131
reading -

101
ordered to a third reading as amended
150 read a third time, and passed

104
read a third time, and passed as amended 151 Documents, Mr. Franklin submitted a resolution
Courts Martial, and Courts of Inquiry, a bill from

for a committee to arrange the printing of
the House concerning, read twice and re-

certain, accompanying the President's
ferred
163 Message of the 22d of March -

175
reported with amendments

172 a bill from the House to authorize the trans-
a motion further to amend, negatived 231 portation of certain, by mail, free of postage 365
amendments reported, agreed to

331
read three times, and passed

328

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

Senate Proceedings and Debates.

[ocr errors]

Page. Embargo-continued.

Page.
Donaldson, James L., extract of a letter from Gen-

Mr. S. Smith gave notice of a bill, in addi-
eral Wilkinson, referred to by the latter,

tion to the bill laying an

360
in his testimony in the case of Aaron

a bill was presented according to notice, and
Burr

562
read

361
Drawbacks, on motion of Mr. Adams, the report

read a second time, amended, and ordered to
of the Secretary of the Treasury on the

a third reading as amended

370
subject of, was referred to a committee 104

read a third time, and passed as amended 372
Dunbaugh, Jacob, examination of, in the case of

returned from the House with amendments,
Aaron Burr

452
and referred .

378
cross-examination of -

461

the amendments of the House reported with
an advertisement of, as a deserter from the

amendments, which were agreed to 379
army

641

Mr. Anderson reported a bill to authorize
opinion of the Court on the admissibility of

the President, on certain conditions, to
the affidavit of

689

suspend the act laying an, which was
Duncan, A. L., deposition of, referred lo, in the

read

360
case of Aaron Burr

563

read a second time, amended, and ordered to
Durity, Francis, extra compensation allowed to - 379

a third reading

364
Duval, Charles, evidence of, in the case of Aaron

read a third time, and passed

368
Burr -

499

a resolution passed to print one hundred and
cross-examination of -

502

twenty copies of the act laying an, and the
E.

several acts supplementary thereto - 379
Eaton, General William, testimony of, in the

Engrossed Bills, members of the committee on .
case of Aaron Burr

401 Engrossing Clerk, Mr. Gilman, submitted a reso-
second examination of

508

lution authorizing the Secretary to engage
cross-examination of -

510
an additional -

46
Burr's threat to invalidate the testimony of - 664

the resolution was negatived
explanation given by, of Colonel Gaither's Enquirer, on motion of Mr. Adams, the Secreta-
testimony

670

ry was ordered to procure a file of the
Eliot, Samuel, jr., on motion of Mr. Adams, two

Richmond, for the year 1807 -

93
hundred dollars were paid to, for extra

affidavit of Thomas Ritchie, editor thereof,
services on the inquiry into the conduct

that the opinion delivered by the court, in
of John Smith

380

the case of Aaron Burr, was printed from
Ellis, Matthew, examination of, in the case of

the original manuscript furnished by Chief
Aaron Burr.

633
Justice Marshall

766
cross-examination of -

634

Erskine, Mr., five hundred copies of the letter of,
Embargo, a Message from the President, recom-

to Mr. Madison, were ordered to be printed 181
mending an, was referred to a committee 50

Evans, Oliver, a bill from the House for relief of,
said committee forthwith reported a bill in

was read

SO
pursuance of the recommendation, and

read a second time, and referred

SO
the rule being suspended, the bill was read

reported without amendment, and ordered
three times, and passed -

51
to a third reading

83
ordered that the Secretary confidentially re-

read a third time, and passed

86
quest the concurrence of the House

51
returned confidentially from the House, with

Extra Compensation, Mr. Reed submitted a res-
amendments, which were agreed to

52

olution authorizing the Secretary to pay,
on further report from the same committee,

to certain officers of the Senate

376

378
five hundred copies of the Message and

the resolution was read a second time
documents therein referred to, and also of

read a third time, and agreed to -

379
the act just passed, were ordered to be

F.
printed, and the injunction of secrecy re-
moved

52 Fees, a report from the Attorney General, with
a bill from the House, supplementary to the

sundry tables of, read and referred to a se-
act laying an, was read

63
lect committee

53
read a second time, and referred
64 further tables of, reported

179
reported, with amendments

65 Fenner, James, a letter from, resigning his seat
amendments agreed to, and the bill further

in the Senate
amended, and ordered to a third reading 65 Fisk, David, affidavit of, in the case of Aaron
read a third time, and passed as amended

79
Burr

476
a bill from the House, in addition to the bill Fish, Mr. Adams made a report on the memorial
last mentioned, was read

153 of certain merchants of Boston praying
read a second time, and referred

153
permission to export certain

376
reported, with amendments

156 Foreign Aggression, Mr. Adams submitted a res-
amendments agreed to, and bill ordered to a

olution for a comunittee of inquiry in re-
.third reading -

158
lation to the existing embargo act, &c.

79
reported correctly engrossed
159 the resolution was agreed to

93
read a third time, and passed as amended 160 Franklin, Jesse, a new Senator, from North Car-
returned from the House with an amend.

olina, took his seat

10
ment, in which the Senate concurred 161 remarks of, in the case of John Smith

91

.

Senate Proceedings and Debates.

seat

case

[ocr errors]

-

Page. Government–continued.

Page.
French Affairs, on motion of Mr. S. Srith, 1,000

reported with amendments

99
copies of the documents relating to, were

amendments agreed to, and further amend-
ordered to be printed for the use of the

ments proposed

100
Senate -

178 amendments agreed to, and bill ordered to
Frigates, and other vessels of war; Mr. White

a third reading as amended

100
submitted a resolution relating to the

read a third time, and passed as amended 101
equipping and preparing for service the,

returned from the House with disagreement 103
which was agreed to, and a committee ap-

the Senate receded from their amendments 104
pointed -

371 a bill from the House making an appropria-
said committee reported a bill authorizing

tion to supply a deficiency, &c., was read
the President to have the, prepared for

twice, and referred

377
immediate service, which was read

372

reported forthwith, and by consent read a
read a second time, and ordered to a third

third time, and passed

374
reading

375 Graham, John, examination of, in the case of
read a third time, and passed

377
John Smith

89
G.

testimony of, before the court at Richmond,
in the case of Aaron Burr

400
Gaillard, John, from South Carolina, took his

examination of -

485
20
cross-examination of .

491
Gaines, Lieutenant, testimony of, in the case of Gunboats, Mr. Mitchill presented a bill making ap-
Aaron Burr

399

propriations for an additional number of,
Gaines, Captain E. P., evidence of, in the same

which was read

32
622 read a second time, and postponed

33
Gaither, Colonel Henry, examination of, as to

ordered to a third reading

44
the character of Bruff

625
read a third time, and passed

45
examination of, as to the character of Gen-

returned from the House with amendments 48
eral Eaton

666
Gantt, Rev. Dr., election of, by the Senate as

H.
Chaplain

19 Habeas Corpus, Mr. Giles submitted a resolu-
a letter from, declining to accept

23

tion for a committee to inquire respecting
Gates, Darius, a bill from the House for relief of,

the authority of the Supreme Court to
read

368
issue writs of, &c.

130
read a second time, and referred

369 the resolution, being amended, was adopted,
reported without amendment, and ordered

and a committee appointed

131
to a third reading

371 Mr. Giles presented a bill on the subject,
read a third time, and passed

372
which was twice read

197
Gates, Mr., examination of, in the case of Aaron

the consideration postponed to next session 331
Burr

648 Hamet, Caramalli, a letter from William Eaton,
cross-examination of -

649

enclosing the petition of, was read - 20
Georgetown, District of Columbia, a memorial Harper, R. G., was admitted as one of the coun-
of the Mayor of, remonstrating against

sel of John Smith -

152
the passage of the bill authorizing the

argument of, in reply to objection made to
erection of a bridge over the Potomac,

the reading of certain depositions

180
was presented
46 speech of, in defence of his client

208
Georgia, on motion of Mr. Milledge, the articles Hartley, Thomas, testimony of, in the case of
of agreement between the Commissioners

Aaron Burr.

438
of the United States and the State of,

cross-examination of -

439
were ordered to be printed for the use of Henderson, Alexander, evidence of, in the case
the Senate

49
of Aaron Burr

479
notice of a bill declaring the assent of Con-

cross-examination of -

483
gress to certain acts of the State of 332 | Henderson, John G., evidence of, in the case of
Giles, Mr., remarks of, in the case of John

Aaron Burr

495
Smith
76, 84, 88 cross-examination of .

498
on Mr. Pope's subpæna resolution

96 Henry, Lemuel, examination of, in the case of
speech of, on the bill to punish treason and

Aaron Burr

653
other crimes -
111 affidavit of

662
in the case of John Smith

279, 321 Hillhouse, Mr., remarks of, on the resolution to
Gillmore, David, evidence of, in the case of

inquire into the conduct of John Smith 40
Aaron Burr

507 on the report of the committee on said
Glover, Elias, Mr. Pope submitted a resolution to

69, 70, 75
issue a subpæna for

89

an anonymous letter on the subject, re-
depositions of, in the case of John Sinith,

ceived by

164
communicated

155 speech of, on the resolution of expulsion 266
Goodrich, Chauncey, a Senator from Connecti-

speech of, introductory of a proposed amend-
cut, in place of the late U. Tracy, took

ment to the Constitution

332
his seat

39 Hunter, George, Mr. Gregg presented a bill for
Government, a bill from the House, making ap-

relief of, which was read twice, and or-
propriations for support of, read twice, and

dered to a third reading

375
referred
90 read a third time, and passed

377

.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

.

case

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

Senate Proceedings and Debates.

[ocr errors]

81

ment

I.
Page.

K.

Page.
Importation, a bill from the House supplementary Kentucky, Mr. Thruston presented sundry resolu-
to ihe act to prohibit, was read

108

tions of the Legislature of, in approbation
read a second time, and referred

127
of the course of the Administration

155
reported with amendments

133

Key, Francis S., was named and admitted as
amendments adopted, and bill ordered to a

counsel of John Smith
third reading as amended

134
preliminary remarks of

179
read a third time, and passed as amended - 135 speech of, in defence of his client

187
Mr. Anderson presented a bill authorizing Knox, James, testimony of, on the part of Aaron
the President to suspend the act to pro-

Burr-

390
bibit, which was read

364

cross-examination of, by the counsel of the
read a second time, and ordered to a third

United States

395
reading -

369
read a third time, and passed

L.

369
Indiana Territory, a letter from the Governor of, Land, a bill from the House making further pro-
enclosing certain resolutions of the Legis.

vision for the disposal of the sections of,
tive Council, &c., on the expediency of

heretofore reserved, was twice read and
suspending the sixth article of compact,

referred

123
&c., which was referred to a select com-

reported with an amendment

131
mittee.

22 ordered to a third reading with the amend.
a remonstrance against the said resolutions,

ment

1:33
referred to the same committee

22 read a third time, and passed as amended - 134
a report from the said committee against the Lands of the United States, a bill from the House
suspension mentioned, was read

24

relating to the sale of, was read a first and
the report of the committee agreed to

31
second time, and referred

103
Indian Treaties, a bill from the House to carry

reported with amendments

171
into effect certain, read twice and referred 129 ordered to a third reading with the amend.
reported without amendment, and ordered to

17%
a third reading

130 read a third time, and passed as amended 179
read a third time, and passed

131 Latrobe, B. H., an application from, respecting
Indian Tribes, the President transmitted copies

the avenue to the gallery of the Senate
of treaties with certain

101

Chamber, was referred to a committee 104
Insurrections, Mr. Mitchill submitted a resolu-

a report thereon that it is inexpedient to take
tion relating to

22

any order on the same, was agreed to 105
the consideration of which was postponed 23 Lee, Richard Bland, notice of a bill for relief of 370
Invalid Pensioners, a bill from the House relating

the bill presented and read

371
to, was twice read and referred

375 read a second time, and lost on the question
reported with amendments, which were

of a third reading
agreed to, and ordered to a third reading 376 Levis and Maxwell, a petition of, praying Con-
read a third time, and passed as amended 377 gress to purchase certain copies of the
J.

Journals in their possession, was referred

to a committee
Jackson, Andrew, letter from, to Governor Clai.
borne, in the case of Aaron Burr

Library, Mr. Mitchell submitted a resolution for

671
Jackson, Jacob L., deposition of, in the case of

appointment of a joint committee on the 134

the resolution agreed to, and a committee
Aaron Burr.

683
appointed

135
Jefferson, Thomas, letter from, to General Wil-

engrossed and read a third time

135
kinson, referred to by the latter in his tes-

the House concurred.

151
timony
580

329
Jones, George, Senator from Georgia, took his seat

a report from the committee on the
10

Lindsley, Chandler, examination of, in the case
Jones, Elijah, examination of, in the case of

of Aaron Burt

467
Aaron Burr

613

Love, William, examination and cross-examina-
cross-examination of -

654

tion of, in the same case
Journals of Congress, a petition relating to the

434
Ludlow, Daniel, and others, petition of, read 106
purchase of certain, was referred to a se-

Lynch, Colonel Charles, evidence of, in the case
lect committee

27

of Aaron Burr
a bill from the House authorizing the pur-
chase of certain copies of the, read

38

M.
read a second time, and referred to a com- Manilla, ship, Mr. Adams presented the memo-
mittee -

39

rial of the agents and owners of, which
reported with amendments

48
was referred to a select committee

S6
the third reading negatived

49

said committee reported a bill for the relief of
Judicial Courts, on motion of Mr. Bradley, a

the owners, &c., which was read

107
committee was appointed to inquire into

read a second time, and ordered to a third
the act establishing

49
reading -

108
Judicial System, a bill in further addition to the

read a third time, and passed

128
act to amend the, was read

155 Marshals, of North Carolina and New Jersey, a
read a second time, and referred

156

bill from the House making additional
reported with amendments, read a third time,

compensation to the, was read and re-
and passed as amended

107

ferred

375

656

[ocr errors]

129

« ZurückWeiter »