Abridgment of the Debates of Congress, from 1789 to 1856, Vol. II (of 16)
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Abridgment of the Debates of Congress, from 1789 to 1856, Vol. II (of 16)

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  • ABRIDGMENT OF THE DEBATES OF CONGRESS,
  • FROM 1789 TO 1856.
    • FROM GALES AND SEATON'S ANNALS OF CONGRESS; FROM THEIR REGISTER OF DEBATES; AND FROM THE OFFICIAL REPORTED DEBATES, BY JOHN C. RIVES.
    • BY
  • THE AUTHOR OF THE THIRTY YEARS' VIEW.
    • VOL II.
  • FOURTH CONGRESS.—SECOND SESSION.
    • BEGUN AT THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, DECEMBER 5, 1796.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE SENATE.
    • Monday, December 5, 1796.
    • Tuesday, December 6.
    • Wednesday, December 7.
    • Thursday, December 8.
    • Friday, December 9.
    • Saturday, December 10.
      • Address to the President.
    • Address to the President.
    • Monday, December 12.
      • Address to the President.
    • Address to the President.
    • Wednesday, December 21.
    • Tuesday, December 27.
    • Wednesday, December 28.
    • Wednesday, January 11, 1797.
    • Thursday, January 12.
    • Friday, January 27.
    • Thursday, February 2.
      • Wednesday, February 8.
    • Wednesday, February 8.
    • Thursday, February 9.
    • Friday, February 10.
    • Monday, February 13.
    • Wednesday, February 15.
      • Thursday, February 16.
    • Thursday, February 16.
    • Tuesday, February 21.
    • Wednesday, February 22.
    • Thursday, February 23.
    • Wednesday, March 1.
      • Executive Veto on the Army Bill.
    • Executive Veto on the Army Bill.
  • SPECIAL SESSION
    • Saturday, March 4.
      • Installation of Thomas Jefferson as Vice President of the United States and President of the Senate, and inauguration of John Adams as President of the United States.
    • Installation of Thomas Jefferson as Vice President of the United States and President of the Senate, and inauguration of John Adams as President of the United States.
  • FOURTH CONGRESS.—SECOND SESSION.
    • PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES
      • IN
    • IN
    • THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
    • Monday, December 5, 1796.
    • Tuesday, December 6.
    • Wednesday, December 7.
    • Thursday, December 8.
      • Address to the President.
    • Address to the President.
    • Friday, December 9.
      • Address to the President.
    • Address to the President.
    • Monday, December 12.
    • Tuesday, December 13.
      • Address to the President.
    • Address to the President.
    • Wednesday, December 14.
      • Reporting of the Debates.
      • Address to the President.
    • Reporting of the Debates.
    • Address to the President.
    • Thursday, December 15.
      • Address to the President.
    • Address to the President.
    • Friday, December 16.
      • Address to the President.
    • Address to the President.
    • Monday, December 19.
    • Monday, December 26.
      • National University.
    • National University.
    • Tuesday, December 27.
      • National University.
    • National University.
    • Wednesday, December 28.
      • Relief to Savannah.
    • Relief to Savannah.
    • Thursday, December 29.
      • Canadian Refugees.
      • Kidnapping Negroes.
      • Hugh Lawson White.
    • Canadian Refugees.
    • Kidnapping Negroes.
    • Hugh Lawson White.
    • Friday, December 30.
      • The Chickasaw Claims.
      • Hugh Lawson White.
    • The Chickasaw Claims.
    • Hugh Lawson White.
    • Friday, January 20, 1797.
      • Direct Taxes.
    • Direct Taxes.
    • Monday, January 23.
    • Friday, January 27.
      • Appropriations for 1797.
    • Appropriations for 1797.
    • Monday, January 30.
      • Manumitted Slaves.
    • Manumitted Slaves.
    • Tuesday, February 7.
      • Increase of Salaries.
    • Increase of Salaries.
    • Wednesday, February 8.
      • Election of President.
    • Election of President.
    • Thursday, February 9.
      • Election of President.
      • Compensation to Public Officers.
      • Election of President.
    • Election of President.
    • Compensation to Public Officers.
    • Election of President.
    • Friday, February 10.
      • Naval Policy: Purchase of a Site for a Navy Yard.
    • Naval Policy: Purchase of a Site for a Navy Yard.
    • Monday, February 13.
      • Purchase of Live Oak Lands.
      • John de Neufville.
    • Purchase of Live Oak Lands.
    • John de Neufville.
    • Thursday, February 16.
      • John C. Symmes.
    • John C. Symmes.
    • Friday, February 17.
      • Increase of Duties.
      • BROWN SUGAR.
    • Increase of Duties.
    • BROWN SUGAR.
    • Friday, February 17
      • Increase of Duties.
      • SALT.
    • Increase of Duties.
    • SALT.
    • Saturday, February 18.
      • Naval Appropriation.
    • Naval Appropriation.
    • Tuesday, February 21.
      • Negotiation with the Mediterranean Powers.
    • Negotiation with the Mediterranean Powers.
    • Wednesday, February 22.
      • Mediterranean Powers.
      • John Cleves Symmes.
    • Mediterranean Powers.
    • John Cleves Symmes.
    • Thursday, February 23.
      • Direct and Indirect Taxes.
      • INCOME AND EXPENDITURE.
      • Expenses of 1797.
      • Revenues of 1797.
      • ESTIMATE FOR THE YEAR 1797.
      • MILITARY DEPARTMENT.
    • Direct and Indirect Taxes.
    • INCOME AND EXPENDITURE.
    • Expenses of 1797.
    • Revenues of 1797.
    • ESTIMATE FOR THE YEAR 1797.
    • MILITARY DEPARTMENT.
    • Friday, February 24.
      • Amy Dardin.
    • Amy Dardin.
    • Saturday, February 25.
      • Suability of States.
      • Accommodation of the President.
    • Suability of States.
    • Accommodation of the President.
    • Monday, February 27.
      • Accommodation of the President.
      • Military and Naval Appropriations.
    • Accommodation of the President.
    • Military and Naval Appropriations.
    • Tuesday, February 28.
      • Algerine Captives: Ransom.
      • General Appropriation Bill.
      • Military and Naval Appropriations.
      • Executive Veto on the Army Bill.
    • Algerine Captives: Ransom.
    • General Appropriation Bill.
    • Military and Naval Appropriations.
    • Executive Veto on the Army Bill.
    • Wednesday, March 1.
      • Military Establishment.
      • Case of Hanging Maw.
    • Military Establishment.
    • Case of Hanging Maw.
    • Thursday, March 2.
      • Military Appropriations.
      • Naval Appropriations.
    • Military Appropriations.
    • Naval Appropriations.
    • Friday, March 3.
      • Call for Statements.
    • Call for Statements.
    • Evening Session.
      • Military and Naval Appropriations.
      • General Lafayette.
      • Thanks to the Speaker.
      • Adjournment of the Session.
    • Military and Naval Appropriations.
    • General Lafayette.
    • Thanks to the Speaker.
    • Adjournment of the Session.
  • FIFTH CONGRESS.—FIRST SESSION.
    • BEGUN AT THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, MAY 15, 1797.[15]
    • PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES,—JOHN ADAMS.
    • LIST OF MEMBERS.
      • SENATORS.
      • REPRESENTATIVES.
    • SENATORS.
    • REPRESENTATIVES.
  • PROCEEDINGS IN THE SENATE.
    • Monday, May 15, 1797.
    • Tuesday, May 16.
    • Wednesday, May 17.
    • Thursday, May 18.
    • Friday, May 19.
    • Monday, May 22.
    • Tuesday, May 23.
    • Wednesday, May 24.
    • Friday, May 26.
    • Monday, May 29.
    • Saturday, June 24.
    • Saturday, July 1.
    • Wednesday, July 5.
    • Thursday, July 6.
    • Friday, July 7.
    • Monday, July 10.
  • FIFTH CONGRESS.—FIRST SESSION.
    • PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
      • A PROCLAMATION.
    • A PROCLAMATION.
    • Monday, May 15, 1797.
    • Tuesday, May 16.
      • President's Speech.
    • President's Speech.
    • Wednesday, May 17.
      • The President's Speech.
    • The President's Speech.
    • Friday, May 19.
      • Documents Referred to in the President's Speech.
    • Documents Referred to in the President's Speech.
    • Monday, May 22.
      • Answer to President's Speech.
    • Answer to President's Speech.
    • Tuesday, May 23.
      • Answer to the Presidents Speech.
    • Answer to the Presidents Speech.
    • Wednesday, May 24.
      • Answer to President's Speech.
    • Answer to President's Speech.
    • Thursday, May 25.
    • Tuesday, May 30.
      • Answer to President's Speech.
    • Answer to President's Speech.
    • Wednesday, May 31.
      • Answer to the President's Speech.
    • Answer to the President's Speech.
    • Saturday, June 3.
      • Answer to the President's Speech.
    • Answer to the President's Speech.
    • Monday, June 5.
      • Defensive Measures.
      • Completing and Manning the Frigates.
    • Defensive Measures.
    • Completing and Manning the Frigates.
    • Wednesday, June 7.
      • Defensive Measures.
      • ARMING MERCHANT VESSELS.
    • Defensive Measures.
    • ARMING MERCHANT VESSELS.
    • Friday, June 9.
      • Defensive Measures.
      • NAVAL FORCE.
    • Defensive Measures.
    • NAVAL FORCE.
    • Saturday, June 17.
      • Stamp Duties.
    • Stamp Duties.
    • Wednesday, June 21.
      • Expatriation.
    • Expatriation.
    • Thursday, June 22.
      • Expatriation.
      • Depredations on Commerce.
      • Day of Adjournment.
    • Expatriation.
    • Depredations on Commerce.
    • Day of Adjournment.
    • Saturday, June 24.
      • Protection of Trade.
      • NAVAL ARMAMENT.
    • Protection of Trade.
    • NAVAL ARMAMENT.
    • Monday, June 26.
    • Tuesday, June 27.
      • Stamp duties.
      • BANK NOTES.
    • Stamp duties.
    • BANK NOTES.
    • Thursday, June 29.
      • Stamp Duties.
      • BANK NOTES.
    • Stamp Duties.
    • BANK NOTES.
    • Friday, June 30.
      • Duties on Stamps.
    • Duties on Stamps.
    • Monday, July 3.
    • Tuesday, July 4.
      • Duty on Salt.
    • Duty on Salt.
    • Wednesday, July 5.
      • Duty on Salt.
    • Duty on Salt.
    • Saturday, July 8.
      • Laws in the German Language.
    • Laws in the German Language.
    • Monday, July 10.
  • FIFTH CONGRESS.—SECOND SESSION.
    • BEGUN AT THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, NOVEMBER 13, 1797.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE SENATE.
    • Monday, November 13, 1797.
    • Tuesday, November 14.
    • Wednesday, November 15.
    • Thursday, November 16.
    • Friday, November 17.
    • Saturday, November 18.
    • Monday, November 20.
    • Tuesday, November 21.
    • Wednesday, November 22.
    • Thursday, November 23.
    • Friday, November 24.
    • Saturday, November 25.
    • Monday, November 27.
    • Tuesday, November 28.
    • Wednesday, November 29.
    • Thursday, November 30.
    • Friday, December 1.
    • Monday, December 11.
    • Wednesday, December 13.
    • Friday, December 22.
    • Thursday, December 28.
    • Friday, December 29.
    • Monday, January 8, 1798.
    • Thursday, January 11.
    • Wednesday, January 17.
    • Monday, January 22.
    • Friday, February 2.
    • Monday, February 5.
      • French Outrage.
    • French Outrage.
    • Monday, February 19.
    • Monday, March 5.
      • Affairs with France.
    • Affairs with France.
    • Monday, March 19.
    • Tuesday, April 3.
    • Monday, April 16.
    • Tuesday, April 17.
    • Wednesday, May 2.
    • Thursday, June 21.
      • Affairs with France.
    • Affairs with France.
    • Monday, June 25.
    • Wednesday, June 27.
    • Friday, June 29.
    • Saturday, June 30.
    • Monday, July 2.
    • Tuesday, July 3.
    • Wednesday, July 4.
      • Treason and Sedition.
      • Bill to Define.
    • Treason and Sedition.
    • Bill to Define.
    • Wednesday, July 11.
    • Thursday, July 12.
    • Friday, July 13.
    • Monday, July 16.
    • Tuesday, July 17, 1798.
    • Wednesday, July 18.
    • Thursday, July 19.
  • FIFTH CONGRESS.—SECOND SESSION.
    • PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES In THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
    • Monday, November 13, 1797.
    • Tuesday, November 14.
    • Wednesday, November 15.
    • Thursday, November 16.
    • Friday, November 17.
    • Monday, November 20.
    • Tuesday, November 21.
    • Wednesday, November 22.
    • Thursday, November 23.
      • President's Speech.
    • President's Speech.
    • Monday, November 27.
      • Address to the President.
    • Address to the President.
    • Tuesday, November 28.
      • Address to the President.
    • Address to the President.
    • Wednesday, November 29.
      • Address to the President.
    • Address to the President.
    • Thursday, November 30.
      • Memorial of Quakers.
    • Memorial of Quakers.
    • Friday, December 1.
    • Monday, December 4.
      • Publication of Debates.
    • Publication of Debates.
    • Thursday, December 7.
      • Amy Dardin.
    • Amy Dardin.
    • Monday, December 11.
    • Tuesday, December 12.
      • Acts of Limitation.
    • Acts of Limitation.
    • Wednesday, December 13.
    • Friday, December 15.
    • Thursday, December 24.
      • Amy Dardin.
    • Amy Dardin.
    • Friday, December 22.
      • General Kosciusko.
    • General Kosciusko.
    • Wednesday, December 27.
      • Count de Grasse.
    • Count de Grasse.
    • Thursday, December 28.
      • Gen. Kosciusko.
    • Gen. Kosciusko.
    • Tuesday, January 2.
      • General Kosciusko.
    • General Kosciusko.
    • Wednesday, January 3.
      • Duties on Distilled Spirits.
      • PEACH BRANDY.
    • Duties on Distilled Spirits.
    • PEACH BRANDY.
    • Friday, January 5.
      • Count de Grasse.
    • Count de Grasse.
    • Monday, January 15.
      • Expenditure for Naval Service.
    • Expenditure for Naval Service.
    • Monday, January 15.
      • Naval Expenditure.
      • William Alexander.
      • General Kosciusko.
      • Civil Appropriation for 1798.
    • Naval Expenditure.
    • William Alexander.
    • General Kosciusko.
    • Civil Appropriation for 1798.
    • Thursday, January 18.
      • Persons Imprisoned for Debt.
      • Diplomatic Intercourse Bill.
    • Persons Imprisoned for Debt.
    • Diplomatic Intercourse Bill.
    • Friday, January 19.
      • Foreign Intercourse.
    • Foreign Intercourse.
    • Tuesday, January 30.
      • Breach of Privilege.
    • Breach of Privilege.
    • Thursday, February 1.
      • Breach of Privilege.
    • Breach of Privilege.
    • Friday, February 2.
      • Breach of Privilege.
    • Breach of Privilege.
    • Monday, February 5.
      • French Outrages.
      • Breach of Privilege.
    • French Outrages.
    • Breach of Privilege.
    • Wednesday, February 14.
      • Quakers' Memorial.
    • Quakers' Memorial.
    • Thursday, February 15.
      • Fracas in the House.
    • Fracas in the House.
    • Friday, February 16.
      • Case of Griswold and Lyon.
    • Case of Griswold and Lyon.
    • Monday, February 19.
      • Amy Dardin.
    • Amy Dardin.
    • Tuesday, February 20.
      • Case of Griswold and Lyon.
    • Case of Griswold and Lyon.
    • Thursday, February 22.
    • Friday, February 23.
      • Revenue Statements.
      • Case of Griswold and Lyon.
    • Revenue Statements.
    • Case of Griswold and Lyon.
    • Monday, March 5.
      • Diplomatic Intercourse.
    • Diplomatic Intercourse.
    • Monday, March 19.
      • Relations with France.
    • Relations with France.
    • Friday, March 23.
      • Georgia Limits.
      • MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY—SLAVERY.
    • Georgia Limits.
    • MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY—SLAVERY.
    • Monday, March 26.
      • Georgia Limits.
      • Mississippi Territory—Slavery.
    • Georgia Limits.
    • Mississippi Territory—Slavery.
    • Tuesday, March 27.
      • Relations with France.
    • Relations with France.
    • Wednesday, March 28.
      • Relations with France.
    • Relations with France.
    • Thursday, March 29.
      • Relations with France.
    • Relations with France.
    • Friday, March 30.
      • Relations with France.
    • Relations with France.
    • Monday, April 23.
      • Stephen Cantrill.
    • Stephen Cantrill.
    • Tuesday, April 24.
      • Provisional Army.
    • Provisional Army.
    • Wednesday, April 25.
      • Provisional Army.
      • Department of the Navy.
    • Provisional Army.
    • Department of the Navy.
    • Thursday, April 26.
      • Military Appropriations.
      • Presents to Ministers.
    • Military Appropriations.
    • Presents to Ministers.
    • Friday, April 27.
    • Wednesday, May 2.
      • Naturalization Law.
    • Naturalization Law.
    • Thursday, May 3.
      • Naturalization Law.
    • Naturalization Law.
    • Friday, May 4.
      • Presents to Ministers.
    • Presents to Ministers.
    • Saturday, May 5.
      • Additional Revenue.
    • Additional Revenue.
    • Monday, May 7.
      • Presents to Ministers.
    • Presents to Ministers.
    • Additional Revenue.
    • Tuesday, May 8.
      • Naturalization Law.
    • Naturalization Law.
    • Thursday, May 10.
      • Provisional Army.
      • GENERAL SUMTER'S VINDICATION OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA.
    • Provisional Army.
    • GENERAL SUMTER'S VINDICATION OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA.
    • Monday, May 14.
      • Provisional Army.
    • Provisional Army.
    • Friday, May 18.
      • Call of the House.
      • Provisional Army.
    • Call of the House.
    • Provisional Army.
    • Monday, May 21.
      • Presents to Ministers.
      • Naturalization Law.
    • Presents to Ministers.
    • Naturalization Law.
    • Tuesday, May 22.
      • Alien Enemies.
    • Alien Enemies.
    • Wednesday, May 23.
      • Alien Enemies.
    • Alien Enemies.
    • Friday, May 25.
      • Instructions to Armed Vessels.
    • Instructions to Armed Vessels.
    • Saturday, May 26.
      • Protection of Commerce.
    • Protection of Commerce.
    • Monday, May 28.
      • Marine Corps.
    • Marine Corps.
    • Friday, June 1.
      • Intercourse with France.
    • Intercourse with France.
    • Monday, June 4.
      • Seditious Practices.
    • Seditious Practices.
    • Tuesday, June 5.
      • Relations with France.
    • Relations with France.
    • Wednesday, June 6.
      • Relations with France.
    • Relations with France.
    • Friday, June 8.
      • Letters of Marque, &c.
      • Alien Enemies, &c.
    • Letters of Marque, &c.
    • Alien Enemies, &c.
    • Saturday, June 9.
    • Monday, June 11.
    • Wednesday, June 13.
      • Direct Taxes.
    • Direct Taxes.
    • Thursday, June 21.
      • Relations with France.
      • [TRANSLATION.]
    • Relations with France.
    • [TRANSLATION.]
    • Monday, June 25.
      • Alien Enemies.
    • Alien Enemies.
    • Thursday, July 5.
      • Punishment of Crime.
      • SEDITION.
    • Punishment of Crime.
    • SEDITION.
    • Friday, July 6.
      • Abrogation of Treaty with France.
    • Abrogation of Treaty with France.
    • Tuesday, July 10.
      • Punishment of Crimes.
    • Punishment of Crimes.
    • Friday, July 13.
      • Capture of French armed vessels.
    • Capture of French armed vessels.
    • Saturday, July 14.
      • Capture of French vessels.
    • Capture of French vessels.
    • Monday, July 16.
      • Intercourse with France.
    • Intercourse with France.
  • FIFTH CONGRESS.—THIRD SESSION.
    • BEGUN AT THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, DECEMBER 3, 1798.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE SENATE.
    • Monday, December 3, 1798.
    • Tuesday, December 4.
    • Wednesday, December 5.
    • Thursday, December 6.
    • Saturday, December 8.
    • Monday, December 10.
    • Tuesday, December 11.
    • Wednesday, December 12.
    • Friday, December 14.
    • Monday, December 17.
    • Wednesday, December 19.
    • Wednesday, December 26.
    • Thursday, December 27.
    • Monday, December 31.
    • Monday, January 7, 1799.
    • Tuesday, January 8.
    • Monday, January 21.
    • Thursday, January 24.
    • Friday, January 25.
    • Wednesday, January 30.
    • Monday, February 4.
    • Wednesday, February 6.
    • Saturday, February 9.
    • Tuesday, February 12.
    • Wednesday, February 13.
    • Saturday, February 16.
    • Monday, February 25.
    • Friday, March 1.
    • Saturday, March 2.
    • Saturday Evening, March 2.
  • FIFTH CONGRESS.—THIRD SESSION.
    • PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES
      • IN
    • IN
    • THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
    • Monday, December 3, 1798.
    • Tuesday, December 4.
    • Wednesday, December 5.
    • Saturday, December 8.
      • President's Speech.
    • President's Speech.
    • Monday, December 10.
      • Address to the President.
    • Address to the President.
    • Tuesday, December 11.
    • Wednesday, December 12.
      • Address to the President.
    • Address to the President.
    • Thursday, December 13.
      • Address to the President.
    • Address to the President.
    • Friday, December 14.
      • Answer of the President.
    • Answer of the President.
    • Monday, December 31.
      • Remonstrance of Georgia.
    • Remonstrance of Georgia.
    • Tuesday, January 8, 1799.
      • Impressment of Seamen.
      • [CIRCULAR.]
      • Extract of a letter from George C. Morton, acting Consul of the United States at the Havana, dated there the 18th November, 1798, to the Secretary of State.
    • Impressment of Seamen.
    • [CIRCULAR.]
    • Extract of a letter from George C. Morton, acting Consul of the United States at the Havana, dated there the 18th November, 1798, to the Secretary of State.
    • Monday, January 14.
    • Monday, January 21.
      • Intercourse with France, and her Islands.
      • San Domingo.
    • Intercourse with France, and her Islands.
    • San Domingo.
    • Wednesday, January 23.
    • Thursday, January 24.
      • Death of Mr. Tazewell.
      • Intercourse with France.
    • Death of Mr. Tazewell.
    • Intercourse with France.
    • Monday, January 28.
      • Intercourse with France.
      • French Affairs.
      • Extract of a letter from Rufus King, Esq., Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States at London, to the Secretary of State, dated November 16, 1798.
      • [TRANSLATION.]
      • Decree of the Executive Directory, of October 29, 1798.
    • Intercourse with France.
    • French Affairs.
    • Extract of a letter from Rufus King, Esq., Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States at London, to the Secretary of State, dated November 16, 1798.
    • [TRANSLATION.]
    • Decree of the Executive Directory, of October 29, 1798.
    • Tuesday, January 29.
    • Friday, February 1.
      • Remonstrance of Georgia.
    • Remonstrance of Georgia.
    • Thursday, February 7.
      • Augmentation of the Navy.
    • Augmentation of the Navy.
    • Friday, February 8.
      • Augmentation of the Navy.
    • Augmentation of the Navy.
    • Thursday, February 14.
      • Relations with France.
      • Naval Pay.
    • Relations with France.
    • Naval Pay.
    • Friday, February 8.
      • Relations with France.
      • Extract of a letter from Rufus King, Esq., Minister Plenipotentiary, &c., London, to the Secretary of State, dated 28th November, 1798.
      • Lord Grenville to Mr. King.
    • Relations with France.
    • Extract of a letter from Rufus King, Esq., Minister Plenipotentiary, &c., London, to the Secretary of State, dated 28th November, 1798.
    • Lord Grenville to Mr. King.
    • Monday, February 18.
      • Army Increase.
      • Capture of French Vessels.
    • Army Increase.
    • Capture of French Vessels.
    • Wednesday, February 20.
      • Alien and Sedition laws.
      • Capture of French Vessels.
      • Expulsion of Matthew Lyon.
    • Alien and Sedition laws.
    • Capture of French Vessels.
    • Expulsion of Matthew Lyon.
    • Friday, February 22.
      • Alien and Sedition Laws.
      • On expelling Matthew Lyon.
    • Alien and Sedition Laws.
    • On expelling Matthew Lyon.
    • Saturday, February 23.
    • Monday, February 25.
      • Alien and Sedition Laws.
    • Alien and Sedition Laws.
    • Saturday, March 2.
    • EVENING SITTING.
      • Law of Retaliation.
    • Law of Retaliation.
    • Sunday Morning, March 3.
      • Vote of Thanks.
      • NOTE.
      • No. 2.
    • Vote of Thanks.
    • NOTE.
    • No. 2.
  • SIXTH CONGRESS.—FIRST SESSION.
    • BEGUN AT THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, DECEMBER 2, 1799.
    • LIST OF MEMBERS.
      • SENATORS.
      • REPRESENTATIVES.
      • PROCEEDINGS IN THE SENATE.
    • SENATORS.
    • REPRESENTATIVES.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE SENATE.
    • Monday, December 2, 1799.
      • PRESENT:
    • PRESENT:
    • Tuesday, December 3.
    • Thursday, December 5.
    • Monday, December 9.
    • Tuesday, December 10.
    • Wednesday, December 11.
    • Thursday, December 12.
    • Tuesday, December 17.
    • Thursday, December 19.
    • Monday, December 23.
    • Thursday, December 26.
    • Friday, December 27.
    • Monday, December 30.
    • Tuesday, December 31.
    • Friday, January 3, 1800.
    • Tuesday, January 7.
    • Wednesday, January 8.
    • Thursday, January 23.
      • Disputed Presidential Elections.
    • Disputed Presidential Elections.
    • Friday, January 24.
      • Disputed Presidential Elections.
    • Disputed Presidential Elections.
    • Thursday, February 20.
      • Disputed Presidential Elections.
    • Disputed Presidential Elections.
    • Friday, February 21.
      • Eulogium on General Washington.
    • Eulogium on General Washington.
    • Monday, February 24.
      • Disputed Presidential Elections.
    • Disputed Presidential Elections.
    • Wednesday, February 26.
      • Breach of Privilege.
      • DUANE AND THE AURORA.
    • Breach of Privilege.
    • DUANE AND THE AURORA.
    • Wednesday, March 5.
      • Breach of Privilege.
      • The Judiciary.
    • Breach of Privilege.
    • The Judiciary.
    • Saturday, March 8.
      • Breach of Privilege.
    • Breach of Privilege.
    • Tuesday, March 18.
      • Breach of Privilege.
    • Breach of Privilege.
    • Wednesday, March 19.
    • Thursday, March 20.
    • Saturday, March 22.
    • Monday, March 24.
    • Wednesday, March 26.
    • Thursday, March 27.
    • Monday, March 31.
      • Respect to Mrs. Washington.
    • Respect to Mrs. Washington.
    • Tuesday, April 1.
    • Tuesday, April 8.
    • Tuesday, April 29.
      • Judiciary—Its better Organization.
    • Judiciary—Its better Organization.
    • Wednesday, May 14.
      • Mississippi Slave Act.
      • Adjournment.
    • Mississippi Slave Act.
    • Adjournment.
  • SIXTH CONGRESS.—FIRST SESSION.
    • PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES
      • IN
    • IN
    • THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
    • Monday, December 2, 1799.
    • Tuesday, December 3.
      • President's Speech.
    • President's Speech.
    • Wednesday, December 4.
      • The President's Speech.
    • The President's Speech.
    • Friday, December 6.
    • Monday, December 9.
      • Address to the President.
      • Delegate from North-west Territory.
    • Address to the President.
    • Delegate from North-west Territory.
    • Tuesday, December 10.
      • Address to the President.
    • Address to the President.
    • Wednesday, December 11.
      • The Direct Tax Law.
      • Franking Privilege to W. H. Harrison.
    • The Direct Tax Law.
    • Franking Privilege to W. H. Harrison.
    • Monday, December 16.
    • Wednesday, December 18.
      • Death of General Washington.
    • Death of General Washington.
    • Thursday, December 19.
      • Death of General Washington.
    • Death of General Washington.
    • Monday, December 23.
      • Respect to the Memory of General Washington.
    • Respect to the Memory of General Washington.
    • Tuesday, December 24.
      • Respect to the Memory of General Washington.
    • Respect to the Memory of General Washington.
    • Thursday, December 26.
    • Friday, December 27.
      • Respect to the Memory of General Washington.
    • Respect to the Memory of General Washington.
    • Monday, December 30.
      • Respect to the Memory of General Washington.
    • Respect to the Memory of General Washington.
    • Thursday, January 2, 1800.
      • Petition of Free Blacks.
    • Petition of Free Blacks.
    • Friday, January 3.
      • Petition of Free Blacks.
    • Petition of Free Blacks.
    • Tuesday, January 7.
    • Friday, February 7.
      • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
      • Letter from the Secretary of State to Judge Bee.
    • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
    • Letter from the Secretary of State to Judge Bee.
    • Monday, February 10.
      • Amy Dardin's Claim for the Horse Romulus.
    • Amy Dardin's Claim for the Horse Romulus.
    • Thursday, February 13.
      • Military Interference in Elections.
      • Amendment to the Constitution.
    • Military Interference in Elections.
    • Amendment to the Constitution.
    • Monday, February 17.
      • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
    • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
    • Thursday, February 20.
      • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
    • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
    • Friday, February 21.
      • Eulogium on the Character of Washington.
    • Eulogium on the Character of Washington.
    • Monday, February 24.
      • Western Lands.
    • Western Lands.
    • Tuesday, February 25.
      • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
    • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
    • Wednesday, February 26.
      • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
    • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
    • Thursday, February 27.
      • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
    • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
    • Friday, February 28.
    • Monday, March 3.
      • Lake Superior Lands.
      • Jonathan Robbins.
    • Lake Superior Lands.
    • Jonathan Robbins.
    • Wednesday, March 5.
    • Thursday, March 6.
      • Jonathan Robbins.
    • Jonathan Robbins.
    • Friday, March 7.
      • Jonathan Robbins.
    • Jonathan Robbins.
    • Saturday, March 8.
      • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
    • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
    • Monday, March 10.
      • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
    • Case of Jonathan Robbins.
    • Monday, March 17.
      • Medal to Captain Truxton.
    • Medal to Captain Truxton.
    • Tuesday, March 18.
      • Officers and Crew of the Constellation.
    • Officers and Crew of the Constellation.
    • Wednesday, March 19.
      • Military Academy, &c.
    • Military Academy, &c.
    • Thursday, March 20.
      • Removal of Seat of Government.
      • Amy Dardin's Case.
    • Removal of Seat of Government.
    • Amy Dardin's Case.
    • Friday, March 21.
      • Action of the Frigate Constellation.
    • Action of the Frigate Constellation.
    • Monday, March 26.
      • Medal to Captain Truxton.
    • Medal to Captain Truxton.
    • Monday, March 31.
      • Lake Superior Copper Mines.
    • Lake Superior Copper Mines.
    • Wednesday, April 2.
      • Removal of the Seat of Government.
    • Removal of the Seat of Government.
    • Thursday, April 3.
      • Lands given in satisfaction of Judgments.
    • Lands given in satisfaction of Judgments.
    • Friday, April 4.
      • Removal of the Seat of Government.
    • Removal of the Seat of Government.
    • Friday, April 18.
      • Disputed Elections of President, &c.
    • Disputed Elections of President, &c.
    • Monday, April 21.
      • Admirals in the Navy.
    • Admirals in the Navy.
    • Friday, April 25.
      • Congress Library.
    • Congress Library.
    • Saturday, April 26.
      • Slave Trade.
    • Slave Trade.
    • Monday, April 28.
      • The Slave Trade.
      • Military Academy, &c.
      • Treaty with Great Britain.
    • The Slave Trade.
    • Military Academy, &c.
    • Treaty with Great Britain.
    • Tuesday, April 29.
    • Thursday, May 1.
      • Appropriation for holding Indian Treaties.
    • Appropriation for holding Indian Treaties.
    • Saturday, May 3.
      • Slave Trade.
    • Slave Trade.
    • Tuesday, May 6.
      • Additional Revenue.
    • Additional Revenue.
    • Wednesday, May 7.
      • Additional Army.
      • Additional Revenue.
    • Additional Army.
    • Additional Revenue.
    • Thursday, May 8.
      • Memory of Washington.
    • Memory of Washington.
    • Friday, May 9.
      • The Treasury Department.
      • Memory of Washington.
      • Meeting of Congress.
    • The Treasury Department.
    • Memory of Washington.
    • Meeting of Congress.
    • Saturday, May 10.
      • Memory of Washington.
      • Next Meeting of Congress.
      • Imprisonment for Debt.
      • Elections of President.
    • Memory of Washington.
    • Next Meeting of Congress.
    • Imprisonment for Debt.
    • Elections of President.
    • Monday, May 12.
    • Wednesday, May 14.
      • Canadian Refugees.
    • Canadian Refugees.
  • SIXTH CONGRESS.—SECOND SESSION.
    • BEGUN AT THE CITY OF WASHINGTON, NOVEMBER 17, 1800.[55]
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE SENATE.
    • Monday, November 17, 1800.
    • Tuesday, November 18.
    • Wednesday, November 19.
    • Thursday, November 20.
    • Friday, November 21.
    • Saturday, November 22.
    • Monday, November 24.
    • Tuesday, November 25.
    • Wednesday, November 26.
    • Friday, November 28.
    • Monday, December 1.
    • Tuesday, December 2.
    • Thursday, December 4.
    • Monday, December 15.
    • Friday, December 19.
    • Monday, January 5, 1801.
      • Mississippi Territorial Laws.
    • Mississippi Territorial Laws.
    • Wednesday, January 7.
    • Thursday, January 8.
    • Monday, January 12.
    • Thursday, January 15.
    • Tuesday, January 20.
    • Wednesday, January 21.
    • Thursday, January 22.
      • Mausoleum for Washington.
    • Mausoleum for Washington.
    • Monday, January 26.
    • Wednesday, February 4.
      • Mausoleum for Washington.
    • Mausoleum for Washington.
    • Monday, February 9.
      • Counting Votes for President of the United States.
    • Counting Votes for President of the United States.
    • Tuesday, February 10.
    • Wednesday, February 11.
    • Monday, February 16.
      • Public Property.
    • Public Property.
    • Wednesday, February 18.
      • Notification of Election to Aaron Burr.
    • Notification of Election to Aaron Burr.
    • Monday, February 23.
    • Thursday, February 26.
    • Saturday, February 28.
      • Retiring of the Vice President.
    • Retiring of the Vice President.
    • Monday, March 2.
      • Answer to the Vice President's Valedictory.
    • Answer to the Vice President's Valedictory.
    • Tuesday, March 3.
      • Mausoleum for Washington.
    • Mausoleum for Washington.
    • Tuesday Evening, 6 o'clock.
      • Adjournment.
    • Adjournment.
  • SPECIAL SESSION.
    • Wednesday, March 4, 1801.
    • Thursday, March 5.
  • PROCEEDINGS IN THE SENATE,
    • IN SECRET SESSION, WHICH TOOK PLACE ON THE RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION WITH THE FRENCH REPUBLIC
    • Tuesday, December 16, 1800.
    • Friday, December 19.
    • Monday, December 22.
    • Thursday, January 8, 1801.
    • Friday, January 9.
    • Monday, January 12.
    • Thursday, January 15.
    • Wednesday, January 21.
    • Friday, January 23.
    • Tuesday, February 3.
    • Friday, February 20.
  • SIXTH CONGRESS.—SECOND SESSION.
    • PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES
      • IN
    • IN
    • THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
    • Monday, November 17, 1800.
    • Tuesday, November 18.
    • Wednesday, November 19.
    • Thursday, November 20.
    • Friday, November 21.
    • Saturday, November 22.
      • President's Speech.
    • President's Speech.
    • Monday, November 24.
    • Tuesday, November 25.
    • Wednesday, November 26.
      • Address to the President.
      • Credentials of Members.
    • Address to the President.
    • Credentials of Members.
    • Thursday, November 27.
      • Answer to the Address.
    • Answer to the Address.
    • Friday, November 28.
    • Monday, December 1.
    • Tuesday, December 2.
      • Trade with the Indians.
    • Trade with the Indians.
    • Thursday, December 4.
      • Reporting the Debates.
    • Reporting the Debates.
    • Friday, December 5.
      • Mausoleum to Washington.
    • Mausoleum to Washington.
    • Monday, December 8.
    • Tuesday, December 9.
      • Reporting the Debates.
    • Reporting the Debates.
    • Wednesday, December 10.
      • Mausoleum to Washington.
    • Mausoleum to Washington.
    • Monday, December 15.
    • Thursday, December 18.
    • Friday, December 19.
      • Mausoleum to Washington.
    • Mausoleum to Washington.
    • Tuesday, December 23.
      • Mausoleum to Washington.
    • Mausoleum to Washington.
    • Tuesday, December 30.
      • The Henderson claim to land guarantied by treaty to Chickasaw and Cherokee Indians.
    • The Henderson claim to land guarantied by treaty to Chickasaw and Cherokee Indians.
    • Wednesday, December 31.
      • The Territory of Columbia.
    • The Territory of Columbia.
    • Thursday, January 1, 1801.
      • Mausoleum to Washington.
    • Mausoleum to Washington.
    • Friday, January 2.
      • Sedition Law.
    • Sedition Law.
    • Monday, January 26.
    • Thursday, January 29.
      • Rules for Electing President when no Election by Electors.
    • Rules for Electing President when no Election by Electors.
    • Friday, January 30.
      • Election of President when the two highest on the List voted for have an equal number of Votes.
    • Election of President when the two highest on the List voted for have an equal number of Votes.
    • Monday, February 2.
      • Election of President.
      • District of Columbia.
    • Election of President.
    • District of Columbia.
    • Tuesday, February 3.
      • District of Columbia.
    • District of Columbia.
    • Wednesday, February 4.
      • District of Columbia.
    • District of Columbia.
    • Friday, February 6.
    • Monday, February 9.
      • Rules for Election of President.
    • Rules for Election of President.
    • Tuesday, February 10.
      • Credentials of Members.
      • Election of President.
    • Credentials of Members.
    • Election of President.
    • Wednesday, February 11.
      • Election of President.
    • Election of President.
    • February 12, 1 o'clock, A.M.
    • February 13.
    • February 14.
    • February 16.
    • February 17.
    • Thursday, February 19.
      • State Balances.
    • State Balances.
    • Saturday, February 21.
      • President Elect.
      • Sedition Act.
    • President Elect.
    • Sedition Act.
    • Wednesday, February 25.
    • Friday, February 27.
      • Uniform System of Bankruptcy.
      • Naval Peace Establishment.
    • Uniform System of Bankruptcy.
    • Naval Peace Establishment.
    • Saturday, February 28.
      • Remonstrance of Georgia.
    • Remonstrance of Georgia.
    • Monday, March 2.
      • Mausoleum to Washington.
    • Mausoleum to Washington.
    • Tuesday, 6 o'clock P. M., March 3.
      • Thanks to the Speaker.
    • Thanks to the Speaker.
  • SEVENTH CONGRESS.—FIRST SESSION.
    • BEGUN AT THE CITY OF WASHINGTON, DECEMBER 7, 1801.
    • PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES,—THOMAS JEFFERSON.
      • LIST OF MEMBERS
      • SENATORS.
      • REPRESENTATIVES.
      • PROCEEDINGS IN THE SENATE.
    • LIST OF MEMBERS
    • SENATORS.
    • REPRESENTATIVES.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE SENATE.
    • Monday, December 7, 1801.
    • Tuesday, December 8.
      • Presidents Message.
    • Presidents Message.
    • Wednesday, December 9.
    • Thursday, December 10.
    • Friday, December 11.
    • Monday, December 14.
    • Saturday, December 19.
    • Monday, December 21.
    • Tuesday, December 22.
    • Monday, December 28.
    • Thursday, December 31.
    • Tuesday, January 5, 1802.
      • Reporting the Debates.
    • Reporting the Debates.
    • Wednesday, January 6.
      • Judiciary System.
    • Judiciary System.
    • Friday, January 8.
      • Judiciary System.
    • Judiciary System.
    • Monday, January 11.
      • Apportionment Bill.
    • Apportionment Bill.
    • Tuesday, January 12
      • Judiciary System.
    • Judiciary System.
    • Wednesday, January 13.
      • The Judiciary System.
    • The Judiciary System.
    • Thursday, January 14.
      • Judiciary System.
    • Judiciary System.
    • Wednesday, February 3.
    • Saturday, April 17.
    • Monday, April 26.
      • Relief to Widows and Orphans of Naval and Marine Officers.
      • Georgia Limits.
    • Relief to Widows and Orphans of Naval and Marine Officers.
    • Georgia Limits.
    • Tuesday, April 27.
      • State Government for Ohio.
    • State Government for Ohio.
    • Thursday, April 29.
    • Friday, April 30.
      • Case of John Cleves Symmes and his land purchase in Ohio.
    • Case of John Cleves Symmes and his land purchase in Ohio.
    • Monday Evening, 7-1/2 o'clock, May 3.
      • Adjournment.
    • Adjournment.
  • SEVENTH CONGRESS.—FIRST SESSION.
    • PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES
      • IN
    • IN
    • THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
    • Monday, December 7, 1801.
    • Tuesday, December 8.
    • Wednesday, December 9.
    • Thursday, December 10.
    • Friday, December 11.
    • Monday, December 14.
    • Tuesday, December 15.
      • Barbary Powers.
    • Barbary Powers.
    • Wednesday, December 16.
      • Ratio of Representation.
    • Ratio of Representation.
    • Thursday, December 17.
    • Friday, December 18.
      • Public Printing.
      • Apportionment Bill.
    • Public Printing.
    • Apportionment Bill.
    • Monday, December 21.
      • Georgia Limits, and Delegate from Mississippi.
    • Georgia Limits, and Delegate from Mississippi.
    • Tuesday, December 22.
    • Tuesday, December 29.
      • Library of Congress.
    • Library of Congress.
    • Wednesday, December 30.
      • Internal Taxes.
      • Army Reduction.
      • Internal Taxes.
    • Internal Taxes.
    • Army Reduction.
    • Internal Taxes.
    • Monday, January 4, 1802.
      • Judiciary System.
    • Judiciary System.
    • Tuesday, January 5.
      • Apportionment Bill.
    • Apportionment Bill.
    • Thursday, January 7.
      • Stenographers.
    • Stenographers.
    • Monday, January 11.
      • Mediterranean Trade.
    • Mediterranean Trade.
    • Thursday, January 14.
    • Wednesday, January 20.
      • Military Peace Establishment.
    • Military Peace Establishment.
    • Thursday, January 21.
      • Military Peace Establishment.
      • Mediterranean Trade.
      • Direct Taxes.
    • Military Peace Establishment.
    • Mediterranean Trade.
    • Direct Taxes.
    • Friday, January 22.
    • Monday, January 25.
      • Import Duties.
      • Duties on Imports.
    • Import Duties.
    • Duties on Imports.
    • Tuesday, January 26.
      • Territorial Government for the District of Columbia.
    • Territorial Government for the District of Columbia.
    • Thursday, January 28.
      • Lieutenant Sterret, his Officers and Crew.
    • Lieutenant Sterret, his Officers and Crew.
    • Monday, February 8.
      • Imprisonment for Debt.
    • Imprisonment for Debt.
    • Friday, February 12.
      • State Balances.
    • State Balances.
    • Tuesday, February 16.
      • Judiciary System.
    • Judiciary System.
    • Thursday, February 18.
      • The Judiciary Bill.
    • The Judiciary Bill.
    • Friday, February 19.
      • Judiciary System.
    • Judiciary System.
    • Thursday, February 25.
      • Judiciary System.
    • Judiciary System.
    • Tuesday, March 2.
    • Wednesday, March 3.
    • Friday, March 5.
      • State Balances.
    • State Balances.
    • Wednesday, March 10.
    • Thursday, March 11.
      • Wyoming Controversy.
    • Wyoming Controversy.
    • Friday, March 12.
      • State Balances.
    • State Balances.
    • Monday, March 15.
      • French Spoliations.
    • French Spoliations.
    • Tuesday, March 16.
      • State Balances.
    • State Balances.
    • Wednesday, March 24.
    • Monday, March 29.
    • Tuesday, March 30.
      • Funeral Expenses of Members.
    • Funeral Expenses of Members.
    • Wednesday, March 31.
      • Funeral Expenses of Members.
      • Ohio State Government.
    • Funeral Expenses of Members.
    • Ohio State Government.
    • Wednesday, April 7.
      • North-western Territory.
    • North-western Territory.
    • Thursday, April 8.
      • North-western Territory.
    • North-western Territory.
    • Friday, April 9.
    • Monday, April 12.
    • Monday, April 19.
      • Navy Pensions.
      • Compensation of Collectors.
    • Navy Pensions.
    • Compensation of Collectors.
    • Thursday, April 22.
      • French Spoliations.
    • French Spoliations.
    • Friday, April 23.
      • Judiciary System.
    • Judiciary System.
    • Tuesday, April 27.
      • Naval Sites.
      • UNAUTHORIZED PURCHASES.
    • Naval Sites.
    • UNAUTHORIZED PURCHASES.
    • Wednesday, April 28.
      • Sedition Act.
      • PETITION OF THOMAS COOPER.
    • Sedition Act.
    • PETITION OF THOMAS COOPER.
    • Saturday, May 1.
      • Disbursement of Public Moneys.
      • UNAUTHORIZED PURCHASE OF NAVY YARDS.
    • Disbursement of Public Moneys.
    • UNAUTHORIZED PURCHASE OF NAVY YARDS.
    • Monday, 5 o'clock P. M., May 3.
      • Adjournment.
    • Adjournment.
  • SEVENTH CONGRESS.—SECOND SESSION.
    • BEGUN AT THE CITY OF WASHINGTON, DECEMBER 6, 1802.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE SENATE.
    • Monday, December 6, 1802.
    • Tuesday, December 7.
    • Wednesday, December 8.
    • Thursday, December 9.
    • Friday, December 10.
    • Saturday, December 11.
    • Monday, December 13.
    • Tuesday, December 14.
    • Wednesday, December 15.
    • Wednesday, December 22.
    • Thursday, December 23.
    • Monday, December 27.
    • Thursday, December 30.
    • Monday, January 3, 1803.
    • Friday, January 7.
    • Tuesday, January 11.
    • Monday, January 17.
    • Wednesday, January 19.
    • Thursday, January 20.
    • Monday, January 24.
    • Wednesday, January 26.
    • Thursday, January 27.
    • Thursday, February 3.
      • Memorial of Judges.
    • Memorial of Judges.
    • Monday, February 14.
      • The Mississippi Question.
    • The Mississippi Question.
    • Monday, February 21.
    • Tuesday, February 22.
      • Purchase of Louisiana.
    • Purchase of Louisiana.
    • Wednesday, February 23.
      • Mississippi Question.
    • Mississippi Question.
    • Thursday, February 24.
      • Mississippi Question.
    • Mississippi Question.
    • Friday, February 25.
      • Mississippi Question.
    • Mississippi Question.
    • Wednesday, March 2.
    • Thursday, March 3.
    • Thursday Evening, 6 o'clock.
  • SEVENTH CONGRESS.—SECOND SESSION.
    • PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES
      • IN
    • IN
    • THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
    • Monday, December 6, 1802.
    • Tuesday, December 7.
    • Wednesday, December 8.
    • Thursday, December 9.
    • Friday, December 10.
    • Saturday, December 11.
    • Monday, December 13.
    • Tuesday, December 14.
    • Wednesday, December 15.
    • Thursday, December 16.
    • Friday, December 17.
      • Violation of the Right of Deposit at New Orleans.
    • Violation of the Right of Deposit at New Orleans.
    • Monday, December 20.
    • Tuesday, December 21.
    • Wednesday, December 22.
      • Violation of the Right of Deposit at New Orleans.
      • The Mint.
    • Violation of the Right of Deposit at New Orleans.
    • The Mint.
    • Thursday, December 23.
    • Friday, December 24.
    • Monday, December 27.
      • Case of J. P. Van Ness.
    • Case of J. P. Van Ness.
    • Tuesday, December 28.
      • Letter of James McHenry.
    • Letter of James McHenry.
    • Wednesday, December 29.
      • Case of John P. Van Ness.
    • Case of John P. Van Ness.
    • Wednesday, January 5, 1803.
      • Cession of Louisiana to France.
      • Navigation of the Mississippi.
      • [Secret Session.]
    • Cession of Louisiana to France.
    • Navigation of the Mississippi.
    • [Secret Session.]
    • Thursday, January 6.
      • Cession of Louisiana.
      • [Public Session.]
    • Cession of Louisiana.
    • [Public Session.]
    • Friday, January 7.
      • Navigation of the Mississippi.
      • (Secret Session.)
    • Navigation of the Mississippi.
    • (Secret Session.)
    • Monday, January 10.
      • Monuments to Generals, and to the Captors of Andre.
      • National University.
    • Monuments to Generals, and to the Captors of Andre.
    • National University.
    • Tuesday, January 11.
      • Cession of Louisiana to France.
    • Cession of Louisiana to France.
    • Wednesday, January 12.
      • Purchase of Louisiana.
    • Purchase of Louisiana.
    • Thursday, January 13.
      • Franking Privilege.
      • Amendment of the Bankrupt Act.
    • Franking Privilege.
    • Amendment of the Bankrupt Act.
    • Friday, January 14.
      • Monument to Gen. Gates.
    • Monument to Gen. Gates.
    • Monday, January 17.
      • Emancipated Slaves from French West Indies.
      • Case of John P. Van Ness.
    • Emancipated Slaves from French West Indies.
    • Case of John P. Van Ness.
    • Monday, January 24.
      • Ohio Territorial Delegate unseated.
      • French Spoliations.
    • Ohio Territorial Delegate unseated.
    • French Spoliations.
    • Thursday, January 27.
      • United States Judges.
    • United States Judges.
    • Friday, January 28.
      • Presents to a Minister's Wife.
      • French Spoliations.
    • Presents to a Minister's Wife.
    • French Spoliations.
    • Monday, January 31.
      • French Spoliations.
    • French Spoliations.
    • Wednesday, February 2.
      • French Spoliations.
    • French Spoliations.
    • Thursday, February 3.
      • Amy Dardin's Claim.
    • Amy Dardin's Claim.
    • Tuesday, February 8.
      • District of Columbia.
    • District of Columbia.
    • Wednesday, February 9.
      • District of Columbia.
    • District of Columbia.
    • Thursday, February 10.
      • Ohio School Fund.
    • Ohio School Fund.
    • Thursday, February 17.
      • Emancipated Slaves from French West Indies.
    • Emancipated Slaves from French West Indies.
    • Tuesday, February 22.
      • Military Land Warrants.
      • GENERAL LAFAYETTE.
    • Military Land Warrants.
    • GENERAL LAFAYETTE.
    • Saturday, February 26.
      • French Spoliations.
    • French Spoliations.
    • Thursday, March 3.
      • Thanks to the Speaker.
    • Thanks to the Speaker.
  • INDEX TO VOL. II.
    • END OF VOL. II.
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