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Habeas Corpus, to suspend writ of-see Senate Bills No. 39

550
proposition to secure to persons the privilege of 571, 592, 594, 596,

597
Hamilton, Samuel, jun. proposition to compensate for services in the Library 172
Hammond, Samuel, member from Georgia, relative to an Executive appoint-
ment of

112, 113
seat declared vacant

115
Harbors and Ports of the U. States, defence of—see Fortifications.
Harding, Seth, for the relief of-see Senate Bills Nos. 20, 38

268, 550
Harmony Society, authorized to purchase certain lands

251

(See Senate Bills No. 17)
Health officer, continuing act of Maryland for the appointment of

103, 107

(See Bills H. R. No. 42)
Henrick, Danish brig, in relation to the

119, 146, 198, 282, 285

(See Bills H. R. No. 107)
Hogan, Dennis Murray, detained on board British vessel of war, letter from 86
Hoge, John, election contested

28, 29, 49, 60
Hospital, Natchez, Mississippi Territory, grant land for use of

524
(See Bills H. R. No. 173.)
for sick and disabled boatmen, inquiry into the expediency
of establishing

571
Petitions from—
Hair, Thomas

574, 646
Hall, Moses

560, 646
Hardiman, John

142, 193, 348, 519
Harris, Ezekiel

12
Harper, Phebe

262, 374, 510
Hartman, Peter

291, 374, 496
Harvey, William

312
Hargishimer, John

480, 482
Harrison, Wm. H.

509
Hastings, William

141
Havis, Catharine

57, 69
Hazen, Charlotte, executrix of Moses

. 6, 51, 58, 62, 235, 311

(See Bills H. R. No. 19)
Hazard, Thomas H.---see John Earle, jr.
Hearn, William-see Bills H. R. No. 154

473, 487, 495
Henderson, Robert-see Bills H. R. No. 33

74, 79, 85, 87, 89
Hesser, Peter

110
Hibb, Mary F.

600
Hyde, Charles
Hobby, Hannah
Hodgson, Joseph

50
Hodgson, Rebecca

268, 354
Hollingsworth, Thomas & Samuel

85
Holloway, Peter
Holmes, Thomas

280, 348
Hopper, John

277, 348
Hopewell, John

555, 574
Hosmer, Reuben

324, 348
Hughes, Charity

313
Hunt, Elizabeth

246
Huntoon, Joseph

308, 348
Hunter, James-see Elias De Butts.
Hurley, Martin--see Robert Robertson.
Huston, Wm. heirs of

13
Hussey, Tristram
Husted, Abraham, jr.

607
VOL. 7.-87.

12
49,99

234

272, 301

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64, 339

Impeachment of Samuel Chase---see Chase.
Imposts—see Duties.
Importations-see Non-intercourse, Great Britain.
Importations from 1st October, 1802, to 1st October, 1803

54
1803
1804

301
1804
1805

496
and Exports from G. Britain, for 1802, 3, and '4

259, 261, 265
of foreign growth, for 1802, '3, and '4, revenue aris-
ing from same

262, 303
Indians, regulate trade and intercourse with

78, 108, 208, 238, 294
(See Bills H. R. Nos. 44, 70, 92, 111)
treaties with Delawares and Piankeshaws

28, 158, 163
(See Bills H. R. No. 70.)
treaties with the Sacs and Foxes

136, 142, 158, 163
(See Bills H. R. No.

70.)
treaties with certain tribes of—see Bills H. R. No. 140

259, 380
treaty with the Chickasaws

380, 517, 548, 555
(See Bills H. R. Nos. 139, 187)
treaty with the Piankeshaws

393, 580, 609
(See Bills H. R. No. 217)
treaty with the Cherokees

397, 580, 609
(See Bills H. R. Nos. 143, 217)
Indiana Territory, to divide into two Governments

(See Senate Bills Nos. 2, 27)
amend act dividing Indiana-see Bills H. R. No. 132

352
resolution of House of Representatives of, against dividing 207
for the disposals of public lands in

79, 129
(See Bills H. R. No. 53)
relative to the suspension of 6th article of compact 206, 542, 582
laws passed in 1804, by the Governor and Judges of

569
for the relief of Governor, Judges, and Secretary of 268, 543, 556

(See Bills H. R. Nos. 101, 189)
and State of Ohio, respecting land claims in

356, 367
(See Bills H. R. No. 137)
and State of Ohio, suspend the sale of certain lands in

374
(See Senate Bills No. 30)
alter law fixing salaries of Secretary and Judges of 574, 593

(See Bills H. R. No. 207)
Delegate from appears, viz:

First Session Ninth Congress:
Benjamin Parke

196
Second Session Ninth Congress:
Benjamin Parke

500
inhabitants of Randolph and St. Clair-right of pre-emption 51, 275
inhabitants of

do --divide territory, and
slavery

238, 276, 343, 598, 611
inhabitants of—revise acts sell public lands

91
inhabitants of_suspend 6th article of compact
Legislative Council-right of suffrage, lands, slavery, &c. 206, 276,

373
inbabitants of purchasers of land

206, 356
(See Bills H. R. No. 134)
Governor, Judges, and Secretary of

209, 268
(See Bills H. R. No. 101)
inhabitants of Randolph and St. Clair-survey lands

232, 241
inhabitants of do

-administration of justice 271
inhabitants of-confirmation of titles to lands

264
inhabitants of Vincennes---time to file titles to lands

303
i
inhabitants of Illinois and Peoria-land claims

611
inhabitants of Dearborn-post roads

275

206

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Inspectors of Customs, report Secretary Treasury on petitions of

482
Insurrections, authorizing the employment of land and naval forces, in cases

of 645
(See Bills H. R. 152)
Insurance Company-see Marine Insurance Company of Alexandria.
Intercourse with Foreign Nations-see Spain.
Intrepid, ketch, proposition to reward officers and crew of 10, 11, 14, 16, 17

(See Joint Res. H. R.)
Invalid Pensionerssee Pensioners.
Inventions--see Patents.
Ilgenfritz, Christian

489
Indians, Wyandot tribe-land support missionary

:

492
Delaware tribe-to be secured in their town on Sandusky

499
Inhabitants Western Country-Cumberland Road

560
Insurance Company (Marine) of Alexandria, D.C.-see Bills H. R. No. 3

14, 19
Inspectors of the Customs-sec names of States in which they reside.
Irish, Nathaniel

:

197, 296, 490

J.

Jackson, James, Senator from Georgia, information of the death of
Jay, James, letter on subject of his memorial
Jefferson, Thomas, elected President of the U. States

will take the oath of office

328
623
137
158

JOINT RESOLUTIONS WHICH ORIGINATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

TITLE.

Offered in H.R.

Proceedings in Commit-

tee of the Whole,
and in H. R.

Passed in H. R.

Passed in Sen.

Other Proceedings.

Approved.

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Second Session Eighth Congress.
Resolution expressive of the sense of Congress of the gallant conduct

of Captain Stephen Decatur, the officers and crew of the United
States' Ketch Intrepid, in attacking, in the harbor of Tripoli, and

destroying a Tripolitan frigate of 44 guns
Resolution respecting the lead mines in the Territory of Louisiana
Resolution to amend the Constitution of the United States, in relation

to the removal of Judges of Courts
Second resolution to the same effect
Resolution to amend Constitution of the United States relative to impor-

tation of slaves
Resolution voting a sword to William Eaton, in testimony of his gallant

conduct against the City of Derne
Resolution expressive of the sense entertained by Congress of the dis-

interested and benevolent attentions of His Danish Majesty's Con.

sul at Tripoli, to captain Bainbridge, his officers, &c.
Resolution authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to cause to be pub.

lished a report and chart of the survey of the coast of North Caro.
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