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Petitions from,
Coffee, toho
Coleman, William
Colborn, Reuben
Colhoun, Gustavus and Ilugh
Cole, James
Colingsworth, James and Wm. and George Brown,
Collingsworth, James
Collectors of Customs, Baltimore,

98
149, 296, 479, 548
191, 296, 576, 617

281
321, 348

363
503
209

333

D.
Danish brig Henrich, information in relation to the .

119, 146, 198, 285

(see Bills H. R. No. 107.)
Consul, services rendered crew of Philadelphia frigate by 261, 311, 329

(see joint resolution H. R.)
Darien, in Georgia, to be a port of entry-see Bills H. R. No. 121
Debentures, authorizing the issuing of, in certain cases—see Bills H. R. 171 520
Debts due from United States, and barred by statutes of limitation, providing
for-see Bills H. R. No. 11

15, 45
due from States to the United States, what measures have been taken
to discharge

211, 223
public, evidences of not to be received in payment of lands, and rela-
tive generally to the-see Bills H. R. No. 86

277
making provision for the extinguishment of,

288
(see Bills H. R. No. 108.)
supplementary to acts making provision for the redemption of 360,

see Bills H. R. No 134, No. 158, and No. 202.) 500, 587
domestic and foreign, in each year since 1801 to 1807, and
amount of payments

517, 623
Decatur, Capt. Stephen, officers and crew of ketch Intrepid, to reward 10, 11, 14,
see joint resolution H. R.)

16, 17
Delaware Bay, build piers in-see Bills H. R. No. 95

248
Delaware, members from appear, viz :

second session eighth Congress :
Cæsar A. Rodney

11
first session ninth Congress :
James M. Broom

217
second session ninth Congress :
James M. Brooin

464
Departments, (see Executive Departments.).
Detroit, report of Land Commissioners on rejected claims in district of

506
report of Governor and Judges on tiiles to land in town of

572
District of Columbia, (see Columbia District.)
Direct Tax, amend acts laying a--see Senate Bills No. 9

148
Divine Service, Hall of House Representatives, respecting the regulation of 12, 16, 17
Divorce, Circuit Court, District Columbia, to decree in certain cases

96
(see Bills H. R. No. 37.)
Docks, for repairs of vessels of the Navy, proposition to erect

567
Door-keeper and Assistants, proposition to allow extra pay to 171, 246, 248, 252, 257
Thomas Claxton and Thomas Dunn appointed

182
authorized to employ messengers and horses

190
Drawbacks, allow drawback on goods imported into, and exported from, New
Orleans---see Bills H. R. No. 6

12, 25
for 1801, '2, and '3

146
for 1802, '3, and '4

235
for 1803, '4, and '5

516
extend time of taking oath and giving bond

191, 208
(see Bills H. R. No. 80)
certain debentures to be issued-see Bills H. R. No.171

520
Duties, books, &c. for Colleges, proposition to import free of

16, 20, 21, 24
proposition to reduce, on salt, to encourage importation from certain

countries

46

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Duties, amend 62d sec. of act for the collection of duties, relative to importa-
tions from the West Indies--see Bills H. R. No. 24

59, 68
Collectors to deposite in Banks bonds received for

63
to amend act imposing specific duties on certain articles, and levying
light money on foreign vessels-see Senate Bills No. 3

86
and Drawbacks, on goods, wares, &c. imported and exported,
for 1801, 1802, and 1803, statement of

146
for 1802, 1803, and 1804, statement of

235
for 1803, 1804, and 1805, statement of
arising from goods, &c. imported into United States, and exported
therefrom, in 1802, 1803, and 1804

262, 308
amend acts for the collection of, on the northwestern frontiers

315
amend act regulating the collection of-see Bills H R. No. 121

338
on copper, laying a-see Bills H. R. No. 137

362
on salt, to repeal acts laying

389, 393, 470, 516
(see Bills H. R. No. 141, and No. 165.)
refined sugar and sugar candy, proposition to reduce

492
on articles of foreign growth or manu acture re-exported, on retain-
ing a greater proportion of

571, 588
Duane, William, Committee of Accounts to settle the account of

169
Dunn, Thomas, proposition to allow extra pay to

171
elected Assistant Doorkeeper

182
Petitions from Dardin, Amy-see Bills H. R. No. 135 67, 130, 132, 135, 352, 497
Day, Joseph

54, 88
Deagen, George Jacob

235, 348
De Butts, Elias, et al.

616
De Cabrera, Don Joseph

90
Demorast, Peter D.

131, 348
Dench, Gilbert
Delaware, inhabitants of, (New Castle port of entry)

130
masters of vessels, light Cohansey creek) 536, 554
inhabitants of, (post roads)

241, 257
Dering, Henry P.

563
Devoe, John

24, 92, 296, 348
Dexter, Daniel S.- see Bill H. R. No. 198

556, 564, 574
Dick, Samuel, et al.

236, 301, 568, 646
District of Columbia--see Columbia District.
Dodge, George, et al.

232, 233, 322
Dorr, John

190, 224
Douglass, Hannah

199
Dowdney, Samuel

196, 348
Drake, Simeon

542
Drake, Gilbert-see Bills H. R. No. 215

598, 608
Duelus, Francis

131
Duffey, Terrence

226, 348
Dunbar, William

7, 13
Duncan, William

563
Dunn, Jonathan

343, 348
Dupuy, Peter

480, 617

54, 62

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Eaton, William, proposition to vote him a sword, for his gallant conduct

against the city of Derne 195, 196, 211, 218, 219, 220, 229

(Joint Resolution H. R.)
settlement of his accounts as Consul at Tunis 321, 374, 549, 593

(see Bills H. R. No. 138 and No. 208.)
leave to withdraw documents

644
Education, incorporating institution, and granting public lots in Washington
for benefit of-sce Bills H. R. No. 126 and No. 186

348, 555

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092

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313, 388

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Elections, contested, viz :

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Samuel D. Purviance, from North Carolina, by Duncan McFarland 13
John Hoge, from Pennsylvania, by electors

28, 29, 49, 60
Cowles Meade, from Georgia, by Thomas Spalding

192, 205, 210,

211, 212, 213 to 215
Michael Leib, from Pennsylvania, by electors
revive acts relative to mode of taking evidence and compelling at.

227, 228
tendance of witnesses in cases of

107, 109, 135, 472, 479

(see Bills H. R. No. 60 and No. 146.)
Entry and Delivery, to establish ports of, viz :
Cambridge, in Massachusetts—see Bills H. R. No. 20

60
Genesee, Buffalo Creek, and Miami, and alter District of Erie

93
(see Bills H. R. No. 36.)
Plymouth, in North Carolina--see Bills H. R. No 55

130
Roxbury, in Massachusetts, to be a port of delivery

210
(see Bills H. R. No. 81.)
New Castle, Delaware, port of entry
Town of Darien, in Georgia, port of entry

221, 267, 279
Town of Jersey, in New Jersey, port of delivery

267
(see Bills H. R. No. 100.)
Darien, in Georgia, to be a port of entry—see Bills H. Ř. No. 121 338
Plymouth, port of entry for vessels beyond Cape of Good Hope
Augusta, in Maine, port of delivery--see H. R. No. 197

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vessels from beyond Cape of Good Hope-see Bills H. R. No. 121
Erie, change port of entry in the District of-see Bills H. R. No. 36

93
Estimate of Appropriations for 1805

17
for 1806

197
for 1807

479
Executive Departments, to render statement of the contingent expenses

241
ploring country the western waters, relative to the

284, 470, 493
Exportation, proposition to prohibit exportation in foreign vessels to countries
that do not admit vessels United States

102
Esports, prior to 1st October, 1804, statement of

151
1805, do

374
1806,

611
and imports from and to the dominion of Great Britain for 1802,
180.), and 1804,

259, 261, 265, 308
of foreign growth, revenue arising from, for 1802, 1803

and 1804
from United States to all countries, for three last years
Petitions from Earle, John, jr. and Thomas H. Hazard
Easton, David, and others

315
Edgar, William, and Alexander Macomb

313, 322, 524
Edgar, John
Eldridge, Daniel
Elliott, Ann-sce Bills H. R. No. 27

24, 92, 222, 348
Elliott, David

80
Elliott, John

598
Ellicott, Nathaniel

195
Elmer, Elie

78, 131, 145, 212
Emmons, Benjamin, and others
Enos, Roger
Evans, Oliver

F.
Fees paid assistant counsel and for legal advice, statement of

88
Finances, reports of Seceretary Treasury on the state of
Fire, relief of sufferers in New York by-see Bills H. R. No. 35

93
in Portsmoath, New Hampshire, (remit duties on
goods destroyed)-see Bills H. R. No. 181

545
Fisheries, United States, relative to the encouragement of
Fish, salted, proposition to equalize bounty on

208
Flinn, Thomas, provision for the widow and children of-sée S. Bills No. 15

165

do

262, 308
265, 308
195, 278

343, 379

17, 56, 72

23, 159

271, 293
63, 99, 224, 490

19, 193, 473

15, 16

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Florida, relative to application on Treasury United States for money for the
purchase of

374, 393
purchase of, (see Spain.)
Foreign armed vessels, relative to aggressions committed within jurisdiction
of United States by

189, 190, 209
Fortifications for defence of ports and harbors U. S. relative to

11, 21, 188,
209, 339, 349, 470, 495, 521, 549, 565, 568, 571

(see Bills 11. R. No. 4, No. 128, and No. 196.)
arsenals and magazines, expenditures in 1803 and 1804 on, 88, 89, 99, 140
relative to condition, amount expended, and expense to com.
plete the same

246, 282
and site ceded by South Carolina to United States

257
proposition to appropriate money to fortify the port of New
York

495, 571, 587
France, making provision for discharging claims of citizens of the United
States against the Government of

195, 356
(see Bills H. R. No. 73 and No. 133)
her decrees not affect commeree United States.

596
Franking privilege, inquire into the abuses existing in the

354
Frauds on Bank U. S. to punish-see Bills H. R. No. 46

579
Frigates of the Navy, (see Navy,)
Frying Pan, survey shoals of

261, 482, 610
Petitions from Farley, Joseph

261
Fenton, John

47, 92
Fisher, Daniel

256, 315
Fitzpatrick, Edward

222, 348
Flinn, Nancy

47, 157
Flower, Thomas

250, 376
Fopless, John C.

56, 92
Fox, Daniel

519
Frankford, John

312
French, Haynes

188, 194, 221
Frigate Philadelphia, late crew of

192, 199, 218, 257
Frizell, Elisha

89
Fromentine, Elegius

120
Fullerton, Anna, now McKnight

321

187,

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Galliopolis, concerning a grant of lands to the French inhabitants of

254
(See Senate Bills No. 19)
Genesee, Buffalo, and Miaini, to establish Districts of-See Bills H.R. No. 36 93
Georgetown, D. C. authorize Corporation to make causeway from Mason's Isl.
and-See Bills H. R. No. 8

25
to amend charter of-See Bills H. R. Nos. 32, 142 . 85, 394
George, brig, detained in the port of Norfolk, relative to the .

196
Georgia, Samuel Hammond, member from, seat vacated

112, 113, 115
Cowles Mead, member from, his election contested. 192, 205, 210, 211,

212, 213, 214, 215
relief of sufferers by storm in-see Bills H. R. No. 35

151
Georgia, members from appear, viz:

Second Session Eighth Congress:
Peter Early, David Meriwether
Joseph Bryan

6
First Session Ninth Congress:
Peter Early, Cowles Mead, and David Meriwether

181
Joseph Bryan

192
Thomas Spalding, in place of Cowles Mead

215
Second Session Ninth Congress:
Peter Early, David Meriwether

465
Dennis Smelt

498
William Bibb

550

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Gillespie, James, member from South Carolina, proceeding on the death of . 86
Glendy, Rev. Mr. chosen Chaplain First Session Ninth Congress

188
declines to serve

198
Good Hope, vessels from beyond, relative to the entry of

313, 333
(See Bills H. R. No. 121)
Government, contingent charges of

152, 234, 557
Granger, Gideon, Pustmaster General, inquiry into his official conduct 113, 331, 360,

409, 426
Great Britain, further appropriation to carry into effect treaty of commerce and
navigation with-see Bills H. R. No. 1

12
supplementary to act making appropriation to carry

into effect
Treaty with-see Senate Bills No. 13

165
probibiting importations from

250 267, 271, 317, 322, 324
(See Bills H. R. No. 117)
suspend act prohibiting importations

471, 472
(See Bills H. R. 145)
inquire whether amendments are necessary to act probibiting
importations

554
exports and imports for last three years, from dominions of 259, 251,

265, 508
messages in relation to our affairs with

449, 454
President communicates information of the conclusion of a trea.
ty with

596
Great Egg Harbor, change place of Collector's office

235, 338
(See Bills H. R. No. 121)
Gregory, John, impressed seamen

55
Gregory, Nathaniel, proposition to allow extra pay to

400
Gunboats, relative to execution of act for building and employing

9
appropriation for building

i13, 359, 349, 550, 565, 568, 690, 603
(See Bills H. R. Nos. 50, 128, 196)
call on President for information as to the efficacy of gunboats, and
number required

568, 576
Petitions from
Gaines, Young

259, 479
Garrette, Richard
Garts, Charles, and others

330, 348

69, 481, 491
Garlic, Adam

524
Garein, Hyacinth

574, 591
Gardner, Caleb, executors of

554, 580
Gelston, David-see Bills II. R. No. 194

506, 565
Georgia Mississippi Company, claims to land 28, 29, 96, 105, 110, 111, 112, 113,
(See Bills H. R. No. 49)

116, 117, 120
Legislature, boundary, Georgia and North Carolina

233, 271
Gibson, John

509
Giddens, Ishmael

· 138, 193, 296
Gilder, Daniel

501, 511
Gilham, James

264, 268
Gillett, Canfield

580, 607
Glenny, John and James

262, 296
Gordon, Archibald

253
Gordon, George

297, 314
Gray, Francis
Great Britain, merchants of

234, 348

6), 112, 506
Green, Forrest
Gresham, Mary

29, 289, 296, 426, 492, 511
Greer, Jacob

112, 194
Griffith & Necklin-see Bills H. R. No. 58

122, 134, 187
Griswold, Stanly

2.9, 312
Grymes, William F.

253, 389, 586
Guestier, Peter A.

104, 191, 315

66, 92

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