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Journals of Congress under Confederation, authorizing the purchase of Fol-
well's edition of—see Bills H. H. No. 115

303, 308
amend rules and orders as to mode of keeping the 264, 294, 333

proposition to amend Proceedings of the Secret 369, 371, 449
Judiciary, extend jurisdiction in certain cases to State and Territorial Courts 108, 352

(See Sen. Bills No. 5 and Bills H. R. No. 131)
extend powers of District Judges U. S. to Judges of State Courts 198, 226

(See Bills H. R. No. 84)
proposition to extend above provisions to revenue districts on Lake

527, 554
records and judicial proceedings of one State, bow authenticated to
be used as evidence in any other State

243, 301, 507, 539
(See Bills H. R. Nos. 112, 179)
extend powers of granting injunctions to Judges of District Courts
of U. S.-see Bills H. R. No. 161

493, 509
relative to organization, powers, and duties, of Courts of U. S. 506
establishing Circuit, and abridging jurisdiction of District Courts in
Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohiosee Senate Bills No. 40

550
proposition to alter terms of Supreme Court U. S.

582
Judges of New Orleans, relating to the salaries of—see Senate Bills No. 23 285
of District Courts U. States, extend power of granting injunctions 493, 509

(See Bills H. R. No. 161)
of Louisiana, Indiana, and Michigan Territories, allowing additional
compensation to See Bills H.R. No. 207

574, 593
Jurors, Courts U. States, alter compensation of

205
to regulate the summoning of Grand-see Sen. Bills No. 49

581
Jackson & Spencer, executors of Wm. Carter

14, 193, 208, 389, 480
Jay, James

525, 550, 554, 592, 623
Jefferson College, Mississippi

7, 127, 251, 263
Jenkins, George-sce Edward Toppan & others.
Johnson, David

66
Johnson, Rinaldo See Bills H. R. Nos. 122, 211 76, 99, 328, 345, 596, 598
Johonnot, F.-see McFadon.
Jones, Joshua-see Bills H. R. No. 35

89. 93
Jones, Thomas K., and others

324

K.

Kentucky Legislature, relative to the Ohio Canal Company

266, 327
to establish Circuit Courts, and abridge jurisdiction of District
Courts in-see Senate Bills No. 40

550
Kentucky, members from appear, viz:

Second Session Eighth Congress:
George Michael Bedinger, John Boyle, and Thomas Sandford
Matthew Lyon
Matthew Walton
John Fowler

First Session Ninth Congress:
George Michael Bedinger and Thomas Sandford

180
John Boyle

193
John Fowler

196
Matthew Walton

199
Matthew Lyon

223
Second Session Ninth Congress :
George M. Bedinger, John Boyle, and Thomas Sandford

465
John Fowler

500
Matthew Walton

508
Matthew Lyon

519
Petitions from
Keehmle, John, and others

212
Keephart, Martin

224, 296
celme, John

542, 617

Keen & Snowden, administrators of Watts
Kentucky Legislature Ohio Canal

inhabitants of damages by military in 1801

inhabitants of-post roads
Ketland, Thomas
Kingston, Stephensee Bills H. R. No. 159
King, Josiah W.
Kincaid, William
Kitchel, Asa-see Samuel Dick.
Koblenburg, Adam
Kuhn, Ludwig

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554
266, 327

555

306

51, 85, 229
45, 190, 271, 471, 503

280, 310
474, 482

616
212, 296, 320, 471, 482

L.

Lake Erie, proposition to extend jurisdiction of State Courts, in certain cases,
to revenue districts on

527, 554
Lambert, William

257, 276
Landais, Peter, for the relief of-see bills H. R. No. 113

302, 303
Land Office, in Territory of Orleans, proposition to establish

273
proposition to establish, for sale of land between Greenville line
and Vincennes

511
Mississippi Territory, to establish-see bills H. R. No. 187

645
Land Commissioners, reports from
East of Pearl River

302
District of Vincennes

494
District of Detroit, on rejected claims

506
on claims to land in town of Detroit

572
at Jeffersonville, for sale of land between Connecticut
Reserve and Military Tract-see bills H. R. No. 175

527
Lands, assent of Congress to act of North Carolina, relative to lands reserved to
Tennessee, (see bills H. R. No. 2, No. 99, and Senate bills, No. 26) 15, 17, 19,

236, 249, 321
settle claims to vacant lands in Tennessee-see S. bills No. 26

321
South of Tennessee, extend time to claimants to register evidence--see
bills H. R. No. 18

22, 31, 47, 58
regulating grants and providing for the sale of—see bills H. R. No. 30 57, 72
proposition to repeal so much of the above act as appropriates land to
satisfy claimants under acts of Georgia

- 237, 259, 292
carrying into effect 8th section of said act-see Senate bills No. 28 352
in addition to act regulating grants, &c. to land South of Tennessee,
(see bills H. R. No. 135)

362
further to regulate grants, &c—see bills H. R. No. 206

592
in Louisiana Territory, respecting the registering of titles

22
in Orleans and District of Louisiana, adjust titles

and claims to see bills
H. R. No. 7, No. 33, and No. 191

129, 396, 479, 562
in Mississippi Territory, proposition to grant further time for register-
ing titles and claims to

50
commissioners to settle claims and titles-see
bills H. R. No. 49

116, 120
in Mississippi, proposition to provide for adjudication of titles and
claims founded upon Spanish warrants

273, 285
proposition to reimburse pre-emption claimants amount
paid United States

273
proposition to invest Commissioners West of Pearl Ri.
ver, with equitable powers

273
Northwest of the Ohio, (Indiana Territory,) relative to the disposal of,
(see bills H. R. No. 53)

79, 129
in Indiana Territory and State of Ohio, respecting claims to-see bills
H. R. No. 137

356, 367
in Michigan Territory, adjustment of claims to--see bills H. R. No. 116 324

regulating grants of-see Senate bills No. 47 580

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Lands, in Ohio, reserved for future disposition of Congress, provision for the
sale of—see bills H. R. No. 178

489, 532
quantity sold in each year since 1802

355
and Indiana Territory, to suspend the sale of certain—see Sen-
ate bills No. 30

374
in District of Vincennes, confirming claims to—see Senate bills No. 43 565
to refugees, amend acts regulating grants of—see bills H. R. No. 64,
No. 75, and No. 150

- 90, 145, 194, 197, 488
concerning the mode of surveying public-see Senate bills No. 4

105
for military services in Revolutionary war, Secretary of War to issue pat-
ents for-see bills H. R. No. 56 and 103

118, 130, 280
report of Secretary, in relation to claims to

380
abstract of evidences of titles to lands claimed under acts of Georgia 121, 158
authorising the sale of a certain lot of-see Senate bills No. 12

159
authorising sale of a tract of land in Cincinnati—see Senate bills No. 21 270
between the Military Tract and Connecticut Reserve, providing for the
sale of-see bills H. R. No. 175

480, 527
evidences of public debt not be received in payment of—see bills H. R.
No. 86

227
proposition to repoal laws allowing credit on the purchase of 343, 367
extend time for locating Virginia Military Land Warrants—see bills H.
R. No. 190

490, 500, 510, 341, 558
authorize issuing of patents, in (virtue of Virginia resolution, warrants
for-see bills H. R. No. 199

582
proposition to provide for the adjudication of certain claims to

239
concerning grant to French inhabitants of Galliopolis—see Senate bills
No. 19

254
to prevent settlement on lands United States-see Senate bills No. 48 581
in City of Washington, authorize the leasing of the public lots of,
(see bills H. R. No. 67)

146
Laws of District of Columbia, (see Columbia District.)
Laws of United States, providing for the disposal of certain copies of the See
Senate bills, No. 1 -

48
Mathew Carey proposes to furnish Congress with

93
Laws of Nations, interpolations by Foreign Governments

252
Lead Mines, Louisiana Territory, information respecting the-See Joint Reso-
lution H. R.

8, 11, 19
Leib, Michael, member from Pennsylvania, election contested

227, 228
resigns, and John Porter elected

482
Lewis & Clark, relative to exploring the country on the Western waters 284, 470, 493
compensation to-See bills H. Ř. No. 183

507, 549
Library, further appropriation for the support of-See Senate bills, No. 18 154

extend use of to Heads of Executive Departments—See bills H. R.
No. 109

287, 288
joint committee appointed

302, 306
report

582
Libellous publications, proposition to admit the truth to be given in evidence 507
Limitation, to provide for certain claims barred by the statute of See bills H.
R. No, 11

15, 45, 190, 481, 513, 544, 559, 561
claims on the books of the Treasury, against United States, wbich

are barred by statute of
Lighthouses, beacons, and buoys, providing for the erection of, to wit :
on Watch Hill Point, Rhode Island--See bills H. R. No. 47

120
on Long Island Sound-See bills H. R. No. 81

210
on Wood Island-See bills H. R. No. 100

267
in Massachusetts, and placing beacons and buoys in certain pla-
ces-See bills H. R. No. 119.

331
rebuild lighthouse on North Island

48
erection of certain lighthouse, and fixing buoys and beacons at
certain places therein named-See bills H. R. No. 176

527
proposition to place buoys in Winyaw Bay

481
in passages into Salem harbor

489

104

86

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Light money on foreign vessels, amend act for the collection of-See Senate

bill No. 3
collected on unregistered and foreign vessels

101, 113
Long Island Sound, providing for lighthouses in-See bills H. R. No. 81

210
Louisiana, respecting the Territory and Government of 8, 11, 27, 29, 106, 110
respecting the registering of evidence and claims to land in

22
further providing for the government of the District of-See Senate
bills No. 11

159
powers of Surveyor General extended to the Territory of-See bills
H. R. No. 82

221
proposition to allow three months' extra pay to Military Command-
ers, under temporary Government, in the Territory of

399
proposition to lay off a tract of country, within the limits of

539
adjust titles and claims to land in--See Senate bills No. 7 and No.
33, and bills H. R. No. 191

129, 479, 562
allowing additional compensation to the Secretary and Judges of
(See bills H. R. No. 207)

574, 593
Petitions from
Lamarlere, Anthony

338, 380, 560
Lamson, Gideon

478, 542
Lane, Mordecai

27, 92
Landais, Peter

31, 69, 198, 225, 235, 268, 511, 556
Larue, Louis

85
Latour, John

555, 591
Law, Richard, Jr.

6, 199, 380, 481
Law, William

496
Leach, Thos. and Leir & A. Tower

639
Leaman, John

222, 296
Lee, Richard Bland

581, 600
L'Enfant, Peter Charles

563
Ledyard, Ann, adm'x of Isaac

59, 199, 296, 491
Lenhart, Henry, Sen.
Levis, William, and Hugh Maxwell

229, 285, 303, 489, 639
Lewis, Edwin

116, 188, 206, 212, 315, 480
Lewis, David

147, 190, 348
Library Committee of Philadelphia

18, 31
Lightheiser, Hartman

544
Little, George-See bills H. R. No. 160 11, 146, 188, 194, 478, 492, 501, 506
Little, John

100, 102, 348, 485
Loehman, John

471, 474
Loring, Joseph. (See Seth Adams.)
Louisiana Territory, inhabitants of, (admitted into the Union)

29, 106
inhabitants of, (system of Government)

78, 84
inhabitants of, (land to settlers)

S03
inhabitants of, (further time to file titles)

332, 376
Love, William

21, 196, 296, 575, 616
Lovejoy, George H.

222, 231
Lowry, John

100, 198, 348
Lusk, Sally

55

6, 56

M.

Macon, Nathaniel, Speaker, votes of thanks to

172, 647
elected Speaker, (1st session 9th Congress)

181
Magazines. (See Fortifications.)
Mail contracts. (See Contracts.)
Mail. (See Post Roads.)
Mail, Fayetteville, N. C., to Charleston, S. C., further allowance for carrying
the-See bills H. R. No. 33

89
Maps of United States, Clerk H. R. directed to purchase five sets of Bradley's 58
Marine Insurance Company of Alexandria-See bills H. R. No. 3

19
Vol. V.-88

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Marine Corps, explain act fixing rank and pay of the Commander of-See bilis
H. R. No. 209

588, 595
Marine barracks, Washington City, amount expended on

484, 494
Marshals, relative to bouds of-See bills H. R. No. 68 and 88 147, 150, 225, 229
proposition to change compensation of

250
Maryland, continue act, appointment of Health Officers-See bills H. R.
No. 42

103, 107
proposition to recede jurisdiction of part of District of Columbia to, 27, 46,

49, 72, 80, 81, 82, 272
Executive to be informed of resignation of J. B. Nicholson

376
members from appear, viz :

Second Session Eighth Congress :
John Archer, William McCreery, Nicholas R. Moore, and Tho-

mas Plater
John Campbell and Roger Nelson
Joseph H. Nicholson
Walter Bowie

115
First Session Ninth Congress :
John Campbell, Leonard Covington, Charles Goldsborough, Pa.

trick Magruder, William McCreery, Nicholas R. Moore, and Jo-
{
seph H. Nicholson

180
John Archer

187
Roger Nelson

211
Second Session Ninth Congress :
Charles Goldsborough, Patrick Magruder, William McCreery, Ni-
cholas R. Moore, and Roger Nelson

46+
John Campbell

466
Leonard Covington and Edward Lloyd

470
John Archer

478
Massachusetts, members from appear, viz :

Second Session Eighth Congress :
Jacob Crowninshield, Thomas Dwight, Nahum Mitchell, Eben-

ezer Seaver, William Stedman, Joseph B. Varnum, and Lem-
uel Williams

3
Simon Larned

4
Manasseth Cutler

5
Samuel Taggart

7
William Eustis

10
Peleg Wadsworth

11
Richard Cutts

12
Phanuel Bishop

13
Samuel Thatcher

14
Seth Hastings

16
John Dennis

58
First Session Ninth Congress :
Joseph Barker, Barnabas Bidwell, Phanuel Bishop, John

Chandler, Orchard Cook, Jacob Crowninshield, Richard
Cutts, William Ely, Isaiah L. Green, Jeremiah Nelson, Jo-
siah Quincy, Ebenezer Seaver, Samuel Taggart, Joseph B.
Varnum, and Peleg Wadsworth

179
Seth Hastings and William Stedman

220
Second Session Ninth Congress:
Joseph Barker, Barnabas Bidwell, John Chandler, Orchard

Cook, Jacob Crowninshield, Richard Cutts, William Ely,
Isaiah L. Green, Seth Hastings, Jeremiah Nelson, Josiah
Quincy, Ebenezer Seaver, William Stedman, Samuel Tag.

gart, and Joseph B. Varnum
Peleg Wadsworth

486
Phanuel Bishop

500
Massachusetts Legislature, amend Constitution, prohibit importation of slaves,
(See Joint Res. H. R.)

171
build certain lighthouses in See bills H. R. No. 119

331
Man, David Christop, presents Congress with a copy of his Works

196, 311

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