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Journal of the first session of the Senate of the United States of America, begun and held at the City of New York, March 4th, 1789, and in the thirteenth year of the independence of the said states. US Senate Journal 1789-03-04
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States. Anno MDCCLXXXIX, and of the independence of the United States, the thirteenth. US House Journal 1789-03-04
Journal of the executive proceedings of the Senate of the United States of America: from the commencement of the first, to the termination of the Nineteenth Congress. Volume I. Sessional Volume Title Pages 1789-03-04
Index to Vol. 1. Index 1789-03-04
Manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 11, 1789. American State Papers 09 1789-04-11
Ship building. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 13, 1789. American State Papers 14 1789-04-13
Manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 18, 1789. American State Papers 09 1789-04-18
Contested election of William Smith, a representative from South Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 18, 1789. American State Papers 37 1789-04-18
Ship-building. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 25, 1789. American State Papers 09 1789-04-25
Return of the messenger appointed to deliver to George Washington the certificate of his election to the office of President of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, April 25, 1789. American State Papers 37 1789-04-25
Inaugural speech of President Washington, delivered at New York, on Thursday, April 30, 1789. American State Papers 01 1789-04-30
Ship building. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 4, 1789. American State Papers 14 1789-05-04
Titles of the President and Vice President of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 5, 1789. American State Papers 37 1789-05-05
Application of Virginia for a convention of the several states to report amendments to the Constitution. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 5, 1789. American State Papers 37 1789-05-05
Application of New York for a convention of the several states to report amendments to the Constitution. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 6, 1789. American State Papers 37 1789-05-06
Contested election of William Smith, a representative from South Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 12, 1789. American State Papers 37 1789-05-12
Title of the President of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, May 14, 1789. American State Papers 37 1789-05-14
Illegality of the elections of the representatives from New Jersey. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 21, 1789. American State Papers 37 1789-05-21
The Six Nations, the Wyandots, and others. Communicated to the Senate, May 25, 1789. American State Papers 07 1789-05-25
Executive Journal. (First session.) US Senate Executive Journal 1789-05-25
Consular functions. Message from the President relative to the consular convention with France. New York, June 11th, 1789. American State Papers 01 1789-06-11
Rhode Island desires to maintain friendly relations with the United States. Communicated to the Senate, September 26, 1789. American State Papers 37 1789-07-26
Consular functions. Report of the Secretary of Foreign Affairs on the consular convention with France. -- Communicated to the Senate, July 27, 1789. American State Papers 01 1789-07-27
Virginia military bounty lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 31, 1789. American State Papers 28 1789-07-31
Cessions from New York and Massachusetts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 31, 1789. American State Papers 28 1789-07-31
Discriminating duties on tonnage. Communicated to the Senate, August 5, 1789. American State Papers 14 1789-08-05
Wabash, Creeks, Cherokees, Chickasaws, and Choctaws. Communicated to Congress, August 7, 1789. American State Papers 07 1789-08-07
Military force in 1789. Communicated to the Senate on the 10th of August, 1789. American State Papers 16 1789-08-10
The Six Nations, the Wyandots, and others. Communicated to the Senate, August 12, 1789. American State Papers 07 1789-08-12
Illegality of the elections of the representatives from New Jersey. Communicated to the House of Representatives, August 18, 1789. American State Papers 37 1789-08-18
The southern tribes. Communicated to the Senate, August 22, 1789. American State Papers 07 1789-08-22
Wabash. Communicated to the Senate, September 16, 1789. American State Papers 07 1789-09-16
The Six Nations, the Wyandots, and others. Communicated to the Senate, September 17, 1789. American State Papers 07 1789-09-17
Indian treaties. Communicated to the Senate, September 18, 1789. American State Papers 07 1789-09-18
Estimates for the year 1789. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 9, August 27th, and September 24th, 1789. American State Papers 09 1789-09-24
Death of the Dauphin of France. Communicate to Congress, September 29, 1789. American State Papers 37 1789-09-29
An alphabetical list of the Senators of the United States, from the commencement of the government to the termination of the Nineteenth Congress. US Senate Executive Journal 1789-09-29
Ship-building and manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 5, 1789. American State Papers 09 1790-01-04
Journal of the second session of the Senate of the United States of America, begun and held at the City of New York, January 4th, 1790; and in the fourteenth year of the independence of the said states. US Senate Journal 1790-01-04
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States. Anno MDCCXC, and of the independence of the United States, the fourteenth. US House Journal 1790-01-04
Speech of President Washington, delivered on Friday, January 8, 1790. American State Papers 01 1790-01-08
The Creeks. Communicated to the Senate, January 11, 1790. American State Papers 07 1790-01-11
Executive Journal. (Second session.) US Senate Executive Journal 1790-01-11
Southern tribes. Communicated to Congress, January 12, 1790. American State Papers 07 1790-01-12
Public credit. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1790. American State Papers 09 1790-01-14
Remission of forfeitures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1790. American State Papers 09 1790-01-19
Organization of the militia. Communicated to the Senate on the 21st of January, 1790. American State Papers 16 1790-01-21
Plan for improving the Post Office Department. Communicated to the House of Representatives by the Secretary of the Treasury, January 22, 1790. American State Papers 27 1790-01-22
Invalid pensions. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1790. American State Papers 36 1790-02-05
Robert Morris solicits an inquiry into his official conduct as Superintendent of the Finances of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, February 8, 1790. American State Papers 37 1790-02-08
Eastern boundary. Message from the President of the United States relative to differences with Great Britain respecting the eastern boundary. -- Communicated February 9, 1790. American State Papers 01 1790-02-09
Eastern boundary. Message from the President of the United States relative to the eastern boundary of the United States. United States, February 18, 1790. American State Papers 01 1790-02-18
Additional estimates for 1790. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1790. American State Papers 09 1790-03-02
State debts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 4, 1790. American State Papers 09 1790-03-04
Abolition of slavery. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 5, 1790. American State Papers 37 1790-03-05
Officers not allowed pay for the time employed in the final settlement of their accounts -- public stock not receivable in payment of balances in the hands of agents -- medical assistance to American prisoners on Long Island -- invalid pensions. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 8, 1790. American State Papers 36 1790-03-08
Eastern boundary. Report of a committee, communicated to the Senate, March 9, 1790. American State Papers 01 1790-03-09
Interest on claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 19, 1790. American State Papers 36 1790-03-19
Application of the officers of the regiment of artillery artificers for half-pay, or the commutation thereof. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 19, 1790. American State Papers 36 1790-03-19
Claim of the Baron de Steuben. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 6, 1790. American State Papers 36 1790-04-06
Claims for expenses in settling accounts, depreciation, and bounty land. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 12, 1790. American State Papers 36 1790-04-12
Copper coinage. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 15, 1790. American State Papers 09 1790-04-15
Operations of the act laying duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 23, 1790. American State Papers 09 1790-04-23
Increase of pension. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 23, 1790. American State Papers 36 1790-04-23
Survey and publication of the post roads. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 27, 1790. American State Papers 27 1790-04-27
List of post offices, and the receipts and expenditures to January 5, 1790. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 27, 1790. American State Papers 27 1790-04-27
Tonnage duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 11, 1790. American State Papers 09 1790-05-11
Money received from, or paid to, the states. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 11, 1790. American State Papers 09 1790-05-11
Troops, including militia, furnished by the several states during the War of the Revolution. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 11, 1790. American State Papers 16 1790-05-11
Claims for expenses, and commutation of half-pay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 20, 1790. American State Papers 36 1790-05-20
Loan to John F. Amelung. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 2, 1790. American State Papers 09 1790-06-02
Claim of the proprietor of West Point, for the use and occupation thereof by the United States as a fortification. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 10, 1790. American State Papers 36 1790-06-10
Seven years' half-pay allowed to the widows and children of officers who died in the service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 21, 1790. American State Papers 36 1790-06-21
State troops not entitled to half-pay for life. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 22, 1790. American State Papers 36 1790-06-22
Claims for expenses, with interest, and pension. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 23, 1790. American State Papers 36 1790-06-23
Application of steam to navigation. Communicated to the Senate, July 2, 1790. American State Papers 37 1790-07-02
Plan for establishing uniformity in the coinage, weights, and measures, of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 13, 1790. American State Papers 37 1790-07-13
Plan for disposing of the public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 22, 1790. American State Papers 28 1790-07-22
Claims for consular and other services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 24, 1790. American State Papers 36 1790-07-24
The Creeks. Communicated to the Senate, August 4, 1790. American State Papers 07 1790-08-04
The Creeks. Communicated to the Senate, August 6, 1790. American State Papers 07 1790-08-06
Estimates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, August 7, 1790. American State Papers 09 1790-08-07
Renewal of final settlement certificates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, August 7, 1790. American State Papers 09 1790-08-07
The Creeks. Communicated to the Senate, August 7, 1790. American State Papers 07 1790-08-07
The Cherokees. Communicated to the Senate, August 11, 1790. American State Papers 07 1790-08-11
Journal of the third session of the Senate of the United States of America, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, December 6th, 1790, and in the fifteenth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1790-12-06
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States. Anno MDCCXC, and of the independence of the United States, the fifteenth. US House Journal 1790-12-06
Speech of President Washington, delivered on Wednesday, December 8, 1790. American State Papers 01 1790-12-08
Northwestern Indians. Communicated to Congress on the 9th of December, 1790. American State Papers 07 1790-12-09
Public credit. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 13, 1790. American State Papers 09 1790-12-13
National bank. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 14, 1790. American State Papers 09 1790-12-14
Northwestern Indians. Communicated to Congress, December 14, 1790. American State Papers 07 1790-12-14
Executive Journal. (Third session.) A record of the executive proceedings of the Senate of the United States of America, assembled at Philadelphia, December the 6th, 1790. US Senate Executive Journal 1790-12-17
Public creditors. Communicated to the Senate, December 20, 1790. American State Papers 09 1790-12-20
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, December 21, 1790. American State Papers 09 1790-12-21
Land claimants in the Northwestern Territory. Communicated to Congress, December 23, 1790. American State Papers 28 1790-12-23
Deleterious effects of distilled spirits on the human system. Communicated to the Senate, December 29, 1790. American State Papers 37 1790-12-29
Prisoners at Algiers. Message from the President of the United States to Congress, communicating a report of the Secretary of State, in relation to American prisoners at Algiers. United States, December 30, 1790. American State Papers 01 1790-12-30
Judiciary system. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1790. American State Papers 37 1790-12-31
Mediterranean trade. Report of the Secretary of State relative to the Mediterranean trade. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 30, 1790, and to the Senate, January 3, 1791. American State Papers 01 1791-01-03
Mediterranean trade. Report of a committee on the trade of the Mediterranean, made to the Senate, January 6, 1791. American State Papers 01 1791-01-06
Estimates for 1791. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1791. American State Papers 09 1791-01-06
Duties arising on tonnage, for the year ending September 30, 1790. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1791. American State Papers 14 1791-01-06
Land claimants in the Northwestern Territory. Communicated to the Senate, January 6, 1791. American State Papers 28 1791-01-06
Duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1791. American State Papers 09 1791-01-07
France. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a letter from the King of France, communicated to the Senate. United States, January 17, 1791. American State Papers 01 1791-01-17
State debts. Communicated to Congress, January 17, 1791. American State Papers 09 1791-01-17
Virginia military bounty lands. Communicated to Congress, January 17, 1791. American State Papers 28 1791-01-17
Coinage, weights, and measures. Communicated to the Senate, January 18, 1791. American State Papers 37 1791-01-18
France. Message from the President of the United States, relative to the extra tonnage paid by French vessels in the ports of the United States, communicated to the Senate. United States, January 19, 1791. American State Papers 01 1791-01-19
Prisoners at Algiers. Letter in relation to the prisoners at Algiers, communicated to the Senate, 21st January, 1791, by the Secretary of State. American State Papers 01 1791-01-21
Indian depredations. Communicated to Congress, January 24, 1791. American State Papers 07 1791-01-24
Indian depredations. Communicated to Congress, January 27, 1791. American State Papers 07 1791-01-27
On the establishment of a mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1791. American State Papers 09 1791-01-28
Interest on the claim of the heirs of Colonel John Laurens refused. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1791. American State Papers 36 1791-01-28
France. Letter from the Secretary of State, enclosing extracts from a letter from William Short, esq. Philadelphia, February 2, 1791. American State Papers 01 1791-02-02
Fisheries. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1791. American State Papers 14 1791-02-04
Manner of authenticating printed editions of the laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1791. American State Papers 37 1791-02-07
Trade with India and China. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1791. American State Papers 09 1791-02-10
Great Britain. Message of the President of the United States, relative to a commercial treaty with Great Britain, &c. United States, February 14, 1791. American State Papers 01 1791-02-14
Seven years' half-pay to widows and children of officers who died in service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1791. American State Papers 36 1791-02-15
Claims of officers in captivity not barred by the statute of limitation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1791. American State Papers 36 1791-02-15
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1790. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1791. American State Papers 14 1791-02-15
Encouragement to American ships. Communicated to the Senate, February 16, 1791. American State Papers 09 1791-02-16
Administration of the finances under the late superintendent, Robert Morris. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 16, 1791. American State Papers 37 1791-02-16
Portugal. Message from the President of the United States on the appointment of a minister at the court of Lisbon. American State Papers 01 1791-02-18
Land claimants in the Northwestern Territory. Communicated to Congress, February 18, 1791. American State Papers 28 1791-02-18
Great Britain. Report of a committee on the subject of our commercial relations with Great Britain, made to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1791. American State Papers 01 1791-02-21
Algiers and Morocco. Message of the President of the United States relative to the ransom of prisoners, &c. United States, February 22d, 1791. American State Papers 01 1791-02-22
Debt due foreign officers. Communicated to the Senate, February 22, 1791. American State Papers 09 1791-02-22
The Dutch loan. Communicated to the Senate, February 25, 1791. American State Papers 09 1791-02-25
Damages claimed for breach of contract. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1791. American State Papers 36 1791-02-25
Rewards to deserters from the enemy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1791. American State Papers 36 1791-02-25
Invalid pensions. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1791. American State Papers 36 1791-02-26
Weights and measures. Communicated to the Senate, March 1, 1791. American State Papers 37 1791-03-01
Claims for pay, depreciation, and pensions, for Revolutionary services. Communicated to the Senate, March 3, 1791. American State Papers 36 1791-03-03
Oneidas and Tuscaroras. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1791. American State Papers 07 1791-03-03
Virginia military bounty lands. Communicated to the Senate, March 3, 1791. American State Papers 28 1791-03-03
Executive Journal. (Fourth session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1791-03-04
Court of inquiry on General Harmar. American State Papers 16 1791-10-24
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the first session of the Second Congress, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, October 24th, 1791, and in the sixteenth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1791-10-24
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the first session of the Second Congress. Anno MDCCXCI, and of the independence of the United States, the sixteenth. US House Journal 1791-10-24
Speech of President Washington, delivered on Tuesday, October 25, 1791. American State Papers 01 1791-10-25
Cherokees, Six Nations, and Creeks. Communicated to the Senate, October 26, 1791. American State Papers 07 1791-10-26
Executive Journal. (Fifth session.) US Senate Executive Journal 1791-10-26
Wabash Indians. Communicated to Congress, October 27, 1791. American State Papers 07 1791-10-27
Fugitives from justice. Communicated to Congress, on the 27th of October, 1791. American State Papers 37 1791-10-27
Spirits, foreign and domestic. Communicated to Congress, November 1, 1791. American State Papers 09 1791-11-01
The sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, November 7, 1791. American State Papers 09 1791-11-07
The Cherokees. Communicated to the Senate, November 9, 1791. American State Papers 07 1791-11-09
Unclaimed lands in the territory ceded by North Carolina, in the north and southwestern territories. Communicated to Congress, on the 10th of November, 1791. American State Papers 28 1791-11-10
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1790. Communicated to the Senate, November 18, 1791. American State Papers 14 1791-11-18
Contested election of Anthony Wayne, a representative from Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 18, 1791. American State Papers 37 1791-11-18
Plan for converting salt water into fresh. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 22, 1791. American State Papers 37 1791-11-22
Seven years' half-pay to widows and children of officers who died in service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 23, 1791. American State Papers 36 1791-11-23
Tonnage for the year ending 30th September, 1790. Communicated to the Senate, November 28, 1791. American State Papers 14 1791-11-28
Manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 5, 1791. American State Papers 09 1791-12-05
Prisoners at Algiers. Letter from the Secretary of State in relation to the prisoners at Algiers. Philadelphia, December 9, 1791. American State Papers 01 1791-12-09
Manufacturer's marks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 9, 1791. American State Papers 14 1791-12-09
Claims of a receiver of continental taxes for further compensation, and indemnity for money stolen from him. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 12, 1791. American State Papers 36 1791-12-12
St. Clair's defeat by the Indians. Communicated to Congress, December 12, 1791. American State Papers 07 1791-12-12
Claim for losses sustained by Major General Greene in procuring supplies for the southern Army, in 1782. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 26, 1791. American State Papers 36 1791-12-26
Attorney general and district attorneys. Communicated to Congress, December 28, 1791. American State Papers 37 1791-12-28
List of post offices, and the receipts and expenditures for the year ending October 5, 1791. Communicated to Congress, by the Postmaster General, during the session of 1791-2. American State Papers 27 1792-01-01
Dried and pickled fish exported, and entitled to drawback. Communicated to the Senate, January 6, 1792. American State Papers 14 1792-01-06
Spain. Message from the President of the United States nominating commissioners plenipotentiary, &c. United States, January 11, 1792. American State Papers 01 1792-01-11
Northwestern tribes. Communicated to Congress, January 11, 1792. American State Papers 07 1792-01-11
Cherokees. Communicated to the Senate, January 18, 1792. American State Papers 07 1792-01-18
Attorney general and district attorneys. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1792. American State Papers 37 1792-01-18
Estimates of receipts and expenditures for 1791-2. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1792. American State Papers 09 1792-01-23
Virginia military bounty lands. Communicated to Congress, January 24, 1792. American State Papers 28 1792-01-24
Senecas. Communicated to the Senate, January 27, 1792. American State Papers 07 1792-01-27
Northwestern tribes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1792. American State Papers 07 1792-01-30
Claims of officers and seamen in the Navy barred by the statute of limitation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1792. American State Papers 36 1792-01-31
Loans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1792. American State Papers 09 1792-02-07
Impressed American seamen. Message from the President of the United States in relation to the expense of liberating impressed American seamen. United States, February 8th, 1792. American State Papers 01 1792-02-08
Damages claimed for breach of contract. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 8, 1792. American State Papers 36 1792-02-08
Northwestern tribes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 8, 1792. American State Papers 07 1792-02-08
Prisoners at Algiers. Report of a committee to the Senate, relative to American prisoners at Algiers, February 22, 1792. American State Papers 01 1792-02-22
Manufactures of leather. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1792. American State Papers 09 1792-02-23
Claim for supplies and work on United States' vessels. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 29, 1792. American State Papers 36 1792-02-29
Alterations in the Treasury and War Departments. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 29, 1792. American State Papers 37 1792-02-29
France. Message from the President, communicating to Congress a letter from the King of France, announcing his acceptance of the constitution of that nation. United States, March 5, 1792. American State Papers 01 1792-03-05
Spirits, foreign and domestic. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 6, 1792. American State Papers 09 1792-03-06
Spain. Message from the President of the United States to the Senate, relative to the negotiations at Madrid. United States, March 7, 1792. American State Papers 01 1792-03-07
Tonnage and imports for the year ending September 30, 1790. Communicated to the Senate, March 12, 1792. American State Papers 14 1792-03-12
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1791. Communicated to the Senate, March 16, 1792. American State Papers 14 1792-03-16
Additional supplies for 1792. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1792. American State Papers 09 1792-03-17
Five Nations. Communicated to the Senate, March 26, 1792. American State Papers 07 1792-03-26
Illinois and Wabash Land Companies. Communicated to the Senate, March 26, 1792. American State Papers 28 1792-03-26
Imports and tonnage duties, and a statement of the exports, for the year ending September 30, 1791. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 28, 1792. American State Papers 14 1792-03-28
Illinois and Wabash Land Companies. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 3, 1792. American State Papers 28 1792-04-03
Weights and measures. Communicated to the Senate, April 4, 1792. American State Papers 37 1792-04-04
President Washington's objections to the bill " for an Apportionment of Representatives among the Several States, According to the First Enumeration." Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 5, 1792. American State Papers 37 1792-04-05
Great Britain. Message from the President of the United States, communicating the correspondence between the British minister plenipotentiary and the Secretary of State, in relation to the commerce of the two countries. American State Papers 01 1792-04-13
Opinion of the circuit judges for the New York District, relative to certain duties assigned to them by act of Congress. Communicated to Congress, April 16, 1792. American State Papers 37 1792-04-16
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1791. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 17, 1792. American State Papers 14 1792-04-17
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 20, 1792. American State Papers 09 1792-04-20
Renewal of lost certificates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 21, 1792. American State Papers 36 1792-04-21
Claim for horses and cattle captured from the enemy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 21, 1792. American State Papers 36 1792-04-21
Opinion of the circuit judges for the Pennsylvania District, relative to certain duties assigned to them by act of Congress. Communicated to Congress, April 21, 1792. American State Papers 37 1792-04-21
Claim for services as naval paymaster. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 30, 1792. American State Papers 36 1792-04-30
Ransom and other expenses of prisoners taken by the Indians. Communicated to the Senate, May 1, 1792. American State Papers 36 1792-05-01
Prisoners at Algiers. Message from the President of the United States, relative to prisoners at Algiers. United States, May 8, 1792. American State Papers 01 1792-05-08
Causes of the failure of the expedition against the Indians, in 1791, under the command of Major General St. Clair. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 8th of May, 1792. American State Papers 16 1792-05-08
Exports for the year ending 30th September, 1792, and the import and tonnage duties to the 31st December, 1791. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1793. American State Papers 14 1792-05-08
Contested election of Albert Gallatin, a senator from Pennsylvania. Communicated to the Senate, February 10, 1794. American State Papers 37 1792-05-08
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the second session of the Second Congress, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, November 5th, 1792, and in the seventeenth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1792-11-05
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the second session of the Second Congress. Anno MDCCXCII, and of the independence of the United States, the seventeenth. US House Journal 1792-11-05
Speech of President Washington, delivered on Tuesday, November 6, 1792. American State Papers 01 1792-11-06
Expenses of foreign intercourse. Communicated to Congress, November 7, 1792, by message of the President of the United States, of which the following is an extract... American State Papers 01 1792-11-07
Spain and the Indians. Message from the President of the United States, relative to Spanish interference with the Indians. United States, November 7, 1792. American State Papers 01 1792-11-07
Re-organization of the Supreme Court, and the opinion of the circuit judges for the North Carolina District, relative to certain duties assigned to them by act of Congress. Communicated to Congress, November 7, 1792. American State Papers 37 1792-11-07
Wabash and Illinois tribes. Communicated to the Senate, November 8, 1792. American State Papers 07 1792-11-08
Boundary between Virginia and the territory south of the Ohio. Communicated to Congress, November 9, 1792. American State Papers 37 1792-11-09
St. Clair's defeat. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 14, 1792. American State Papers 16 1792-11-14
Southern tribes. Communicated to the Senate, November 15, 1792. American State Papers 07 1792-11-15
Sinking fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 19, 1792. American State Papers 09 1792-11-19
Executive Journal. (Sixth session.) The sixth session of the Senate of the United States, begun November 5th, 1792. US Senate Executive Journal 1792-11-20
General view. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 7th, and to the Senate on the 21st November, 1792. American State Papers 07 1792-11-21
Spanish interference with the Creeks. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 7th, and to the Senate on the 21st November, 1792. American State Papers 07 1792-11-21
Spirits, foreign and domestic. Communicated to Congress, November 22, 1792. American State Papers 09 1792-11-22
Claims for depreciation, property used, damaged, or destroyed by the Army, and for interest on advances for the use of American prisoners at Quebec. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 22, 1792. American State Papers 36 1792-11-22
Public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 3, 1792. American State Papers 09 1792-12-03
Northwestern tribes. Communicated to Congress, December 6, 1792. American State Papers 07 1792-12-06
Southwestern tribes. Communicated to Congress, December 7, 1792. American State Papers 07 1792-12-07
The Cherokees. Communicated to the Senate, December 10, 1792. American State Papers 07 1792-12-10
Invalid pension claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 14, 1792. American State Papers 36 1792-12-14
Estimates for the year 1793. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 19, 1792. American State Papers 16 1792-12-19
Northwestern tribes and the Creeks. Communicated to the Senate, December 19, 1792. American State Papers 07 1792-12-19
The Cherokees. Communicated to the Senate, December 24, 1792. American State Papers 07 1792-12-24
Organization of the Army in 1792. Communicated to the House of Representatives by the Secretary of War, December 27, 1792. American State Papers 16 1792-12-27
Loans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 4, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-01-04
Northwestern tribes. Communicated to the Senate, January 7, 1793. American State Papers 07 1793-01-07
Assays at the Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-01-08
Loans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-01-11
Bank deposites, surplus revenue, and loans. Communicated to the Senate, January 18, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-01-18
Spirits, domestic. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-01-28
Loans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-02-04
Loans. Communicated to the Senate, February 6, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-02-06
Drawback on cordage. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-02-07
Claims for arrearages of pay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 8, 1793. American State Papers 36 1793-02-08
Tax on mail stages in New Jersey. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 11th of February, 1793. American State Papers 27 1793-02-11
Loans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-02-13
Wabash and Illinois tribes. Communicated to the Senate, February 13, 1793. American State Papers 07 1793-02-13
Public funds. Communicated to the Senate, February 14, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-02-14
Duty on paper and rags. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-02-15
Causes of the failure of the expedition against the Indians in 1791, under the command of Major General St. Clair. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1793. American State Papers 16 1793-02-15
Indemnity for money lost and services rendered. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1793. American State Papers 36 1793-02-15
Refugees from Canada and Nova Scotia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 19th day of February, 1793. American State Papers 28 1793-02-19
Loans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 20, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-02-20
Seven years' half-pay to the widows and children of the officers killed, or who died of wounds received in the Battle of Bunker's Hill, and others -- indemnity to an invalid for the expenses incurred by his wounds. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1793. American State Papers 36 1793-02-21
Sinking fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-02-25
List of civil officers of the United States, except judges, with their emoluments, for the year ending October 1, 1792. Communicated to the Senate, February 27, 1793. American State Papers 37 1793-02-27
Errors in printing Congressional documents. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1793. American State Papers 37 1793-02-27
Imports and tonnage for the year ending September 30, 1791, and exports for the year ending September 30, 1792. Communicated to the Senate, February 28, 1793. American State Papers 14 1793-02-28
Claims of Arthur St. Clair for negotiating an Indian treaty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1793. American State Papers 36 1793-03-01
Inaugural speech of President Washington, delivered at a special session of the Senate, on Monday, March 4, 1793. American State Papers 01 1793-03-02
Spirits, domestic. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-03-02
Refugees from Canada and Nova Scotia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1793. American State Papers 28 1793-03-02
Errors in printing Congressional documents. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1793. American State Papers 37 1793-03-02
Executive Journal. (Seventh session.) The seventh session of the Senate of the United States, by special summons. US Senate Executive Journal 1793-03-04
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the first session of the Third Congress, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, December 2d, 1793, and in the eighteenth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1793-12-02
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the first session of the Third Congress. Anno MDCCXCIII, and of the independence of the United States, the seventeenth. [sic] US House Journal 1793-12-02
Speech of President Washington, delivered on Tuesday, December 3, 1793. American State Papers 01 1793-12-03
Proclamation of neutrality. Communicated to Congress December 3d, 1793, and referred to in the message of the President of the United States of that date, of which the following is an extract... American State Papers 01 1793-12-03
Northwestern tribes. Communicated to the Senate, December 4, 1793. American State Papers 07 1793-12-04
France and Great Britain. Message from the President of the United States in relation to the situation of Europe, and communicating certain correspondences on the subject. United States, December 5, 1793. American State Papers 01 1793-12-05
Balances due to and from the several states. Communicated to Congress, December 5, 1793. American State Papers 37 1793-12-05
Executive Journal. (Eighth session.) The proceedings of the Senate in their executive capacity, being the 1st session of the 3d Congress, and the 8th session of the Senate, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, December 2d, 1793. US Senate Executive Journal 1793-12-05
Contested election of John E. Van Allen [i.e., Van Alen], a representative from New York. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 9, 1793. American State Papers 37 1793-12-09
Spain and the Indians. Message from the President of the United States relative to the unsettled matters with Spain. United States, December 16, 1793. American State Papers 01 1793-12-16
Morocco and Algiers. Message from the President of the United States, communicating a report from the Secretary of State in relation to Morocco and Algiers. United States, Dec. 16, 1793. American State Papers 01 1793-12-16
Commercial privileges and restrictions. Report of the Secretary of State on the privileges and restrictions on the commerce of the United States in foreign countries. Philadelphia, Dec. 16, 1793. American State Papers 01 1793-12-16
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, December 16, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-12-16
Return of ordnance, arms, and military stores. Communicated to the Senate by the Secretary of War, December 16, 1793. American State Papers 16 1793-12-16
The Creeks, Cherokees, and others. Communicated to the Senate, December 16, 1793. American State Papers 07 1793-12-16
Official conduct of Alexander Hamilton. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1793. American State Papers 37 1793-12-16
Southwestern tribes. Communicated to the Senate, December 18, 1793. American State Papers 07 1793-12-18
Spain and the Indians. Message from the President of the United States, communicating further information in relation to Spain and the Indians. United States, December 23, 1793. American State Papers 01 1793-12-23
Commercial laws of foreign nations. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Secretary of State, together with a certain decree and ordinance of the governments of France and Spain. United States, December 30th, 1793. American State Papers 01 1793-12-30
Spain. Message from the President of the United States, communicating a translation of a letter from the representatives of Spain. United States, December 30, 1793. American State Papers 01 1793-12-30
Mint. Communicated to the Senate, December 31, 1793. American State Papers 09 1793-12-31
Relief to General La Fayette while a prisoner at the castle of Olmutz. Communicated to Congress, December 31, 1793. American State Papers 37 1793-12-31
Contested election of Albert Gallatin, a senator from Pennsylvania. Communicated to the Senate, December 31, 1793. American State Papers 37 1793-12-31
France. Report of a committee of the House of Representatives on the propriety of remitting the foreign tonnage on sundry French vessels which have taken refuge in the ports of the United States. American State Papers 01 1794-01-01
Purveyor of public supplies. Communicated to the Senate, January 7, 1794. American State Papers 16 1794-01-07
The Wabash tribes. Communicated to the Senate, January 7, 1794. American State Papers 07 1794-01-07
Refugees from St. Domingo. Report of a committee of the House of Representatives, made on the 10th of January, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-01-10
Comparative view of tonnage, domestic and foreign, for the years 1789, 1790, 1791, and 1792. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1794. American State Papers 14 1794-01-13
Composition with a debtor. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-01-14
France. Message from the President of the United States to Congress, communicating a letter from the minister plenipotentiary of the French Republic, and a copy of certain proceedings of the Legislature of South Carolina. United States, January 15, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-01-15
France. Message from the President of the United States, communicating certain intelligence from Europe. United States, January 16, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-01-16
France. Message from the President of the United States, communicating the information that the conduct of the French minister plenipotentiary has been disapproved. United States, January 20, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-01-20
Estimates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-01-20
Spirits, domestic. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-01-20
Naval force against Algiers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1794. American State Papers 23 1794-01-20
Great Britain. Message from the President of the United States, communicating extracts of further advices from the minister plenipotentiary of the United States at London. United States, January 22, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-01-22
The Creeks. Communicated to the Senate, January 22, 1794. American State Papers 07 1794-01-22
France. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting translations of the report of the Committee of Public Safety and of the Navigation Act of the French Republic. Department of State, January 28, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-01-28
Invalid register. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1794. American State Papers 14 1794-01-29
Southwestern tribes. Communicated to Congress, January 30, 1794. American State Papers 07 1794-01-30
Claim of the secretary of the territory northwest of the Ohio, for performing the duties of governor. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-02-03
Balance in the Treasury, and domestic loans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-02-05
France. Message from the President of the United States, communicating certain letters from the minister plenipotentiary from the French Republic. United States, February 7, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-02-07
Mint. Communicated to the Senate, February 8, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-02-08
Public debt and receipts and expenditures. Communicated to the Senate, February 10, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-02-10
Contested election of John Patten, a representative from Delaware. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-02-10
Indemnity for property destroyed by the enemy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-02-11
Slave trade. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-02-11
Insurance against loss by fire. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 12, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-02-12
Invalid pensions. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-02-13
Claims for supplies furnished the Army, and for house rent. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-02-17
Tonnage for the year ending 30th September, 1792. Communicated to the Senate, February 18, 1794, by letter from the Secretary of the Treasury. American State Papers 14 1794-02-18
Purveyor of public supplies. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1794. American State Papers 16 1794-02-19
The southwestern tribes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1794. American State Papers 07 1794-02-19
Claims on the lands ceded by North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1794. American State Papers 28 1794-02-19
Defects in the judiciary system. Communicated to Congress, February 19, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-02-19
Decision of the Supreme Court on the validity of certain claims for invalid pensions. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-02-21
Light-house on the coast of North Carolina. Communicated to the Senate, February 22, 1794. American State Papers 14 1794-02-22
Great Britain and Spain. Message from the President of the United States, communicating information in relation to our affairs with Great Britain and Spain. United States, February 24th, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-02-24
Claims for supplies furnished the Army, and for house rent. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-02-25
France. Communicated to the Senate, February 26, 1794. United States, February 26, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-02-26
Complaint of the reference of private claims to the Secretary of the Treasury by Congress. Communicated to the Senate, February 26, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-02-26
Loan. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-02-27
Fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1794. American State Papers 16 1794-02-28
Spain and Algiers. Communicated to Congress, March 3, 1794. Message from the President of the United States communicating additional information concerning our affairs with Spain and Algiers. American State Papers 01 1794-03-03
Foreign aggressions on American commerce. Communicated to Congress, March 5, 1794. Message transmitting a report of the Secretary of State on the spoliations committed on the commerce of the United States. American State Papers 01 1794-03-05
Arsenals and armories. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 5, 1794. American State Papers 16 1794-03-05
Arrears of pension. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 5, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-03-05
The Creeks and Cherokees. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 10, 1794. American State Papers 07 1794-03-10
Remonstrance of the Legislature of New Hampshire against certain powers exercised by the judiciary of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, March 10, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-03-10
Spain. Communicated to Congress, March 12, 1794. Message transmitting to Congress two letters of the commissioners of Spain. United States, March 12, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-03-12
Remission of duty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 12, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-03-12
Protecting duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-03-17
Light-house on the coast of North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1794. American State Papers 14 1794-03-17
France. Communicated to Congress, March 18, 1794. Message transmitting an application, by the minister of France, for an advance of one million dollars, on account of the debt due by the United States. United States, March 18, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-03-18
Invalid pensions. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 21, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-03-21
Militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 24, 1794. American State Papers 16 1794-03-24
French settlers at Galliopolis. Communicated to the Senate, March 24, 1794. American State Papers 28 1794-03-24
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, on the 25th of March, 1794. Message communicating two letters from an American consul, relative to the vexations committed on American commerce. United States, March 25, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-03-25
Illegality of the appointment of Kensey Johns, a senator from Delaware. Communicated to the Senate, March 26, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-03-26
Increasing the Army, and calling into service 80,000 militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 27, 1794. American State Papers 16 1794-03-27
Embargo. Communicated to Congress, March 28, 1794. Message suggesting the extension of the embargo to fishing vessels, &c. United States, 28th March, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-03-28
Refugees from Canada and Nova Scotia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 1, 1794. American State Papers 28 1794-04-01
Laws published in the German language. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 1, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-04-01
Indian grants to the inhabitants of Post Vincennes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 3, 1794. American State Papers 28 1794-04-03
Great Britain, France, and Algiers. Communicated to Congress, April 4, 1794. Message transmitting letters from our minister at London; advices from Algiers; and a letter from the minister of France. United States, 4th April, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-04-04
Claim of Kentucky for expenses attending certain expeditions against the Indians. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 8, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-04-08
The Creeks and Cherokees. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 8, 1794. American State Papers 07 1794-04-08
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1793. Communicated to the Senate, April 14, 1794, by letter from the Secretary of the Treasury. American State Papers 14 1794-04-14
Great Britain and Spain. Communicated to Congress, on the 15th of April, 1794. Message transmitting to Congress a letter from the British minister to the Secretary of State, and despatches from the American commissioners at Madrid. United States, 15th April, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-04-15
Light house on the coast of North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 15, 1794. American State Papers 14 1794-04-15
Indian grants to the inhabitants of Post Vincennes. Communicated to the Senate by the President of the United States, April 15, 1794. American State Papers 28 1794-04-15
Great Britain. Communicated to the Senate, on the 16th day of April, 1794. Message nominating John Jay as envoy to Great Britain. United States, April 16, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-04-16
France. Reported to the House of Representatives, April 17, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-04-17
Increase of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 17, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-04-17
Compensation of the clerks in the Executive department. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 17, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-04-17
Claims of Arthur St. Clair for negotiating an Indian treaty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 22, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-04-22
France. Communicated to the Senate, April 23, 1794. Letter from the Secretary of State transmitting a letter to Congress from the Committee of Public Safety of France. Philadelphia, April 22, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-04-23
Spain. Reported to the House of Representatives, April 23, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-04-23
Claim of Stephen Sayre for diplomatic services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 23, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-04-23
Supplies to the Army at the siege of Quebec. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 24, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-04-24
Loan. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 25, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-04-25
Invalid pension claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 25, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-04-25
Claims of North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 30, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-04-30
Claim of Stephen Sayre for diplomatic services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 5, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-05-05
Remonstrance of the Legislature of New Hampshire against certain powers exercised by the Judiciary of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, May 5, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-05-05
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, May 12, 1794. United States, May 12, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-05-12
Spain. Reported to the Senate, May 15, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-05-15
Duty on domestic spirits. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 16, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-05-16
Claim of clerks for extra pay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 16, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-05-16
Spain. Communicated to Congress, May 20, 1794. United States, 20th May, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-05-20
Spoliations upon American commerce. Communicated to the Senate, May 20, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-05-20
The Six Nations and others. Communicated to Congress, May 21, 1794. American State Papers 07 1794-05-21
Condition of the Treasury Department. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 22, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-05-22
Invalid pension claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 22, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-05-22
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, May 21 and May 23, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-05-23
Reservations in the cessions of land for light-houses. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 23, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-05-23
Laws of the North Western Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 24, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-05-24
Spain. Communicated to Congress, May 26, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-05-26
France. Communicated to the Senate, May 27, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-05-27
Loans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 27, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-05-27
Fees of courts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 27, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-05-27
Invalid pension claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 29, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-05-29
The Creeks and southwestern tribes. Communicated to Congress, June 2, 1794. American State Papers 07 1794-06-02
Exports for the year ending 30th September, 1793. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 3, 1794. American State Papers 14 1794-06-03
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, June 4, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-06-04
Military force in 1794. Communicated to the Senate, June 5, 1794. American State Papers 16 1794-06-05
The southwestern tribes. Communicated to Congress, June 5, 1794. American State Papers 07 1794-06-05
France. Reported to the Senate, June 6, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-06-06
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the second session of the Third Congress, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia November 3d, 1794, and in the nineteenth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1794-11-03
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States of the United States, at the second session of the Third Congress. Anno MDCCXCIV, and of the independence of the United States, the nineteenth. US House Journal 1794-11-03
Election of the delegate from the Southwestern Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 14, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-11-14
Speech of President Washington, delivered on Wednesday, November 19, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-11-19
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, November 19, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-11-19
Mint. Communicated to the Senate by the President of the United States, November 20, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-11-20
General view. Communicated to Congress, November 20, 1794. American State Papers 07 1794-11-20
Opposition to the excise law in Pennsylvania. Communicated to Congress by the President of the United States, November 20, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-11-20
Spain. Communicated to the Senate, November 21, 1794. American State Papers 01 1794-11-21
Executive Journal. (Ninth session.) The ninth session of the Senate of the United States, began November 3d, 1794. US Senate Executive Journal 1794-11-21
Commutation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 24, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-11-24
Military force in 1794. Communicated to the Senate, November 25, 1794. American State Papers 16 1794-11-25
General view. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 1, 1794. American State Papers 07 1794-12-01
Fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 4, 1794. American State Papers 16 1794-12-04
Boundary between Virginia and the territory south of the river Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 8, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-12-08
Purveyor of public supplies. Communicated to Congress, December 11, 1794. American State Papers 16 1794-12-11
Militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 11, 1794. American State Papers 16 1794-12-11
Public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 15, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-12-15
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1794. American State Papers 09 1794-12-16
Northwestern tribes. Communicated to Congress, December 17, 1794. American State Papers 07 1794-12-17
Concurrent jurisdiction granted to those states that have ceded lands for light-houses without reservation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 17, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-12-17
Fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 19, 1794. American State Papers 16 1794-12-19
The Southwestern tribes. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 19th, and to the Senate on the 22d December, 1794. American State Papers 07 1794-12-22
Execution of the post office law. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 23d of December, 1794. American State Papers 27 1794-12-23
Invalid pensions. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-12-23
Promulgation of the laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1794. American State Papers 37 1794-12-23
Militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1794. American State Papers 16 1794-12-29
Construction of frigates under the act of March 27, 1794. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1794. American State Papers 23 1794-12-29
The Cherokees. Communicated to the Senate, December 30, 1794. American State Papers 07 1794-12-30
General view. Communicated to Congress, December 30, 1794. American State Papers 07 1794-12-30
Invalid pension claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1794. American State Papers 36 1794-12-31
Arrears of pension. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1795. American State Papers 36 1795-01-02
The Six Nations, and Oneida, Tuscarora, and Stockbridge tribes. Communicated to the Senate, January 2, 1795. American State Papers 07 1795-01-02
Weights and measures -- defects in the judiciary system in the Northwestern Territory. Communicated to Congress, January 8, 1795. American State Papers 37 1795-01-08
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1795. American State Papers 09 1795-01-09
The Creeks. Communicated to Congress, January 12, 1795. American State Papers 07 1795-01-12
Fees of courts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 12, 1795. American State Papers 37 1795-01-12
Claims of Nathaniel Appleton, commissioner of loans for the State of Massachusetts, for office rent, fuel, and candles, and the loss of a house. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1795. American State Papers 36 1795-01-13
Public credit. Communicated to the Senate, January 16 and 21, 1795. American State Papers 09 1795-01-21
Accounts and balances under the late government. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1795. American State Papers 09 1795-01-26
Protection of the frontiers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1795. American State Papers 07 1795-01-27
Fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1795. American State Papers 16 1795-01-28
Promulgation of the laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1795. American State Papers 37 1795-01-29
The northwestern tribes. Communicated to the Senate, on the 30th of January, 1795. American State Papers 07 1795-01-30
Improvement of the revenue. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1795. American State Papers 09 1795-02-02
Claims for an increase of compensation to the commissioner on loans for New Hampshire; for expenses incurred and advances made on public account, and additional pay as an aide-de-camp; and for money lost. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1795. American State Papers 36 1795-02-02
Loan. Communicated to the Congress, February 4, 1795. American State Papers 09 1795-02-04
Drawback. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1795. American State Papers 09 1795-02-09
Loan. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1795. American State Papers 09 1795-02-09
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1795. American State Papers 09 1795-02-09
Fees of courts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1795. American State Papers 37 1795-02-14
Duty on types. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 16, 1795. American State Papers 09 1795-02-16
The Cherokees and Creeks. Communicated to Congress, on the 17th of February, 1795. American State Papers 07 1795-02-17
Invalid pension claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1795. American State Papers 36 1795-02-21
Indian lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1795. American State Papers 07 1795-02-23
Reporters to Congress. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1795. American State Papers 37 1795-02-23
Indian lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1795. American State Papers 07 1795-02-26
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1794. Communicated to the Senate, February 27, 1795. American State Papers 14 1795-02-27
Survey of the sea coast. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1795. American State Papers 14 1795-02-27
Remonstrance of New Hampshire against the exercise of certain powers by the judiciary of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1795. American State Papers 37 1795-02-27
Relations with France, Spain, Portugal, Morocco, and Algiers. Communicated to Congress, February 28, 1795. American State Papers 01 1795-02-28
Invalid pension claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1795. American State Papers 36 1795-02-28
Barbary states. Communicated to Congress, March 2, 1795. American State Papers 01 1795-03-02
Spirits, domestic. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1795. American State Papers 09 1795-03-02
Invalid pension claims. Communicated to the Senate, on the 2d March, 1795. American State Papers 36 1795-03-02
Northwestern tribes and the Creeks. Communicated to Congress, March 2, 1795. American State Papers 07 1795-03-02
Great Britain. Communicated to the Senate, June 8, 1795. United States, June 8, 1795. American State Papers 01 1795-03-03
The Creeks. Communicated to the Senate, June 25, 1795. American State Papers 07 1795-03-03
Executive Journal. (Tenth session.) The tenth session of the Senate of the United States, began June 8th, 1795. US Senate Executive Journal 1795-06-08
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the first session, of the Fourth Congress, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, December 7th, 1795; and in the twentieth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1795-12-07
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the first session of the Fourth Congress. Anno MDCCXCV, and of the independence of the United States the twentieth. US House Journal 1795-12-07
Speech of President Washington, delivered on Tuesday, December 8, 1795. American State Papers 01 1795-12-08
Treaty of Greenville. Communicated to the Senate, December 9, 1795. American State Papers 07 1795-12-09
Executive Journal. (Eleventh session.) The Eleventh session of the Senate of the United States, begun December the 7th, 1795. US Senate Executive Journal 1795-12-09
Mint. Communicated to the Senate, December 14, 1795. American State Papers 09 1795-12-14
Estimates for 1796. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 14, 1795. American State Papers 09 1795-12-14
Military force, arsenals, and stores. Communicated to the Senate, December 15, 1795. American State Papers 16 1795-12-15
Indian trade. Communicated to the Senate, December 15, 1795. American State Papers 07 1795-12-15
Progress in providing materials and building frigates. Communicated to the Senate, December 15, 1795. American State Papers 23 1795-12-15
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, December 18, 1795. American State Papers 09 1795-12-18
Morocco. Communicated to the Senate, December 21, 1795. American State Papers 01 1795-12-21
Proceedings of the accounting officers of the Treasury on certain claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 24, 1795. American State Papers 36 1795-12-24
Breach of privileges. Proceedings of the House of Representatives in the case of Randall and Whitney. American State Papers 37 1795-12-28
Survey of the sea coast. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1795. American State Papers 14 1795-12-29
France. Communicated to Congress, January 4, 1796. American State Papers 01 1796-01-04
District of Columbia. Communicated to Congress, January 8, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-01-08
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-01-11
Indemnity for losses arising from the negligence of light house keepers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1796. American State Papers 14 1796-01-11
Claim of John Richards to a seat in the House of Representatives, as a representative from Pennsylvania. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-01-13
Fortifications. Communicated to the Senate by the Secretary of War, January 18, 1796. American State Papers 16 1796-01-18
Contested election of John Clopton, a representative from Virginia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-01-18
Claim for pension for wound received in the privateer service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1796. American State Papers 36 1796-01-20
Value of exports for five years, ending September 30, 1795. Communicated to the Senate, January 25, 1796. American State Papers 14 1796-01-25
City of Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-01-25
Claimants for arrears of pay or other emoluments in the Army and Navy of the Revolution. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1796. American State Papers 36 1796-01-26
Value of imports paying ad valorem, and the quantities subject to specific duties, from 1789 to 1794, and the tonnage, domestic and foreign, for the same time. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1796. American State Papers 14 1796-01-26
Application for a discharge from imprisonment at the suit of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-01-26
Contested election of Israel Smith, a representative from Vermont. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-01-27
Frigates and galleys. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1796. American State Papers 23 1796-01-29
Reporters to Congress. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-01-29
Cherokee lands. Communicated to Congress, February 2, 1796. American State Papers 07 1796-02-02
Public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, Jan. 4, 19, and Feb. 3, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-02-03
Encouragement for useful inventions and discoveries. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-02-03
Public credit. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-02-04
Drawback and remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 8, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-02-08
Mineralogy and metallurgy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 12, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-02-12
Algiers. Communicated to the Senate, February 15, 1796. American State Papers 01 1796-02-15
Internal revenues. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-02-23
American seamen. Reported to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1796. American State Papers 01 1796-02-25
Charges against Humphrey Marshall, a senator from Kentucky. Communicated to the Senate, February 26, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-02-26
Spain. Communicated to the Senate, February 26 and 29, 1796. American State Papers 01 1796-02-29
Algiers. Reported to the Senate, February 29, 1796. American State Papers 01 1796-02-29
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 4, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-03-04
Internal revenue. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 7, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-03-07
Credentials of David Bard, a representative from Pennsylvania. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 9, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-03-09
Claims on the lands ceded by North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 10, 1796. American State Papers 28 1796-03-10
Domestic debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 11, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-03-11
City of Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 11, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-03-11
Charges against Humphrey Marshall, a senator from Kentucky. Communicated to the Senate, March 11, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-03-11
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1795. Communicated to the Senate, March 14, 1796. American State Papers 14 1796-03-14
Procuring materials and building frigates suspended. Communicated to Congress, March 15, 1796. American State Papers 23 1796-03-15
Contested election of Joseph B. Varnum, a representative from Massachusetts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 15, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-03-15
Piers in Delaware River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 16, 1796. American State Papers 14 1796-03-16
Increase of revenue. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-03-17
Three frigates directed to be completed. Communicated to the Senate, March 17, 1796. American State Papers 23 1796-03-17
France. Communicated to Congress, March 25, 1796. American State Papers 01 1796-03-25
Organization of the Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1796. American State Papers 16 1796-03-25
Extra tonnage duty on vessels entering Kennebunk River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1796. American State Papers 14 1796-03-25
British treaty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 30, 1796. American State Papers 01 1796-03-30
Ferries in the Northwestern Territory. Communicated to the Senate, April 1, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-04-01
Revision of the post office law. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 4th of April, 1796. American State Papers 27 1796-04-04
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 5, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-04-05
Claim of the secretary and aid of Major General Lafayette. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 5, 1796. American State Papers 36 1796-04-05
Commutation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 7, 1796. American State Papers 36 1796-04-07
State of Tennessee. Communicated to Congress, April 8, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-04-08
Claims of Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 12, 1796. American State Papers 36 1796-04-12
State of Tennessee. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 12, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-04-12
Weights and measures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 12, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-04-12
George Washington Motier Lafayette. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 26, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-04-26
Claims to land in the southwestern parts of the United States, under a law of the State of Georgia. Communicated to the Senate, on the 29th day of April, 1796. American State Papers 28 1796-04-29
Bank loans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 3, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-05-03
The Seven Nations. Communicated to the Senate, May 3, 1796. American State Papers 07 1796-05-03
Reservations in Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 3, 1796. American State Papers 28 1796-05-03
Great Britain. Communicated to the Senate, May 5, 1796. American State Papers 01 1796-05-05
Contract with John Cleves Symmes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 5th of May, 1796. American State Papers 28 1796-05-05
State of Tennessee. Communicated to the Senate, May 5, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-05-05
Forged final settlement certificates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 7, 1796. American State Papers 36 1796-05-07
Fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 9, 1796. American State Papers 16 1796-05-09
Inquiry into the official conduct of a judge of the Supreme Court of the Northwestern Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 10, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-05-10
Bank debt. Communicated to the Senate, May 11, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-05-11
Pre-emption rights northwest of the Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 12, 1796. American State Papers 28 1796-05-12
Slavery, and the exchange of certain donations of land in the Northwestern Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 12, 1796. American State Papers 28 1796-05-12
Indemnity to the estate of Major General Greene against responsibilities incurred by him on public account. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 13, 1796. American State Papers 36 1796-05-13
Contested election of Israel Smith, a representative from Vermont. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 13, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-05-13
Survey of the sea coast. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 14, 1796. American State Papers 14 1796-05-14
Military land claims prior to the Revolution. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 17, 1796. American State Papers 28 1796-05-17
Increase of revenue. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 18, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-05-18
Claims of certain companies under a law of the State of Georgia. Communicated to the Senate, May 20, 1796. American State Papers 28 1796-05-20
Compensation to district attorneys. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 25, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-05-25
Proceedings of the accounting officers on certain claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 31, 1796. American State Papers 36 1796-05-31
Indemnity to the estate of Major General Greene against responsibilities incurred by him on public account. Communicated to the Senate, May 31, 1796. American State Papers 36 1796-05-31
Application for land at reduced prices. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 31, 1796. American State Papers 28 1796-05-31
Farewell address of President Washington to the people of the United States. American State Papers 01 1796-12-05
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the second session of the Fourth Congress, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, December 5th, 1796, and in the twenty-first year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1796-12-05
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the second session of the Fourth Congress. Anno MDCCXCVI, and of the independence of the United States, the twenty-first. US House Journal 1796-12-05
Speech of President Washington, delivered on Wednesday, December 7, 1796. American State Papers 01 1796-12-07
Executive Journal. (Twelfth session.) The twelfth session of the Senate of the United States, began December the 5th, 1796. US Senate Executive Journal 1796-12-09
Debates of Congress. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 13, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-12-13
Direct taxes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 14, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-12-14
Drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-12-16
Mint. Communicated to the Senate, December 20, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-12-20
National university. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 21, 1796. American State Papers 37 1796-12-21
Tonnage and imports for the year ending September 30, 1795. Communicated to the Senate, December 22, 1796. American State Papers 14 1796-12-22
Debts due from states. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 26, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-12-26
Claim for militia services against the southwestern Indians in 1793. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 26, 1796. American State Papers 36 1796-12-26
The Cherokees and Creeks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 26, 1796. American State Papers 07 1796-12-26
Remission of forfeitures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-12-27
Public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1796. American State Papers 09 1796-12-29
Additional revenues. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1797. American State Papers 09 1797-01-03
On extending the benefit of the resolve of Congress of September 16, 1776, to the representatives of officers and soldiers who died in service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-01-03
Land claimants in the Northwestern Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1797. American State Papers 28 1797-01-03
Depreciation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 4, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-01-04
The Creeks and Seven Nations. Communicated to the Senate, January 4, 1797. American State Papers 07 1797-01-04
Algiers. Communicated to Congress, January 9, 1797. American State Papers 01 1797-01-09
Encouragement to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1797. American State Papers 09 1797-01-09
Promotion of agriculture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1797. American State Papers 37 1797-01-11
Indemnity for Indian depredations. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 12th of January, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-01-12
Illinois and Wabash Land Company. Communicated to the Senate, January 13, 1797. American State Papers 28 1797-01-13
Algiers. Reported to the Senate, January 16, 1797. American State Papers 01 1797-01-16
Powder manufacturer. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-01-16
The widow of a Cherokee chief. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1797. American State Papers 07 1797-01-17
The Cherokees and Creeks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1797. American State Papers 07 1797-01-17
Kidnapping. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1797. American State Papers 37 1797-01-18
France. Communicated to Congress, January 19, 1797. United States, January 19, 1797. American State Papers 01 1797-01-19
Additional revenues. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1797. American State Papers 09 1797-01-23
Progress made in building frigates, the establishment of a Navy yard, and the purchase of live oak plantations. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1797. American State Papers 23 1797-01-25
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, December 16, 1796, and January 26, 1797. American State Papers 09 1797-01-26
Bounty land and arrears of pay. Communicated to the Senate, January 27, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-01-27
Defective registers, enrolments, and licenses. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1797. American State Papers 14 1797-01-30
Temporary register. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1797. American State Papers 14 1797-01-30
Extension of credit on lands sold. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 30th day of January, 1797. American State Papers 28 1797-01-30
Disbanded officers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-02-03
Supplies furnished an expedition against the Creeks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-02-03
Illinois and Wabash Land Company. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the third day of February, 1797. American State Papers 28 1797-02-03
Renewal of lost certificates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-02-06
Seven years' half-pay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-02-07
Reduction of duties on cocoa. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 8, 1797. American State Papers 09 1797-02-08
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1796. Communicated to the Senate, February 9, 1797. American State Papers 14 1797-02-09
Contract with John Cleves Symmes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1797. American State Papers 28 1797-02-09
Fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1797. American State Papers 16 1797-02-10
Indemnity for the occupation of, and damages done to, private property, by the troops of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-02-11
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1797. American State Papers 09 1797-02-13
Indemnity for property destroyed by the troops of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-02-15
Arrears of pay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-02-21
Suability of states. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1797. American State Papers 37 1797-02-21
Drawback and remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1797. American State Papers 09 1797-02-23
Diplomatic services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-02-23
Drawback. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 24, 1797. American State Papers 09 1797-02-24
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 24, 1797. American State Papers 09 1797-02-24
Acts of limitation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 24, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-02-24
Return of registers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1797. American State Papers 14 1797-02-25
Claimants under John Cleves Symmes. Communicated to the Senate, February 25, 1797. American State Papers 28 1797-02-25
Inquiry into the official conduct of a judge of the Supreme Court of the Northwest Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1797. American State Papers 37 1797-02-27
American seamen. Reported to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1797. American State Papers 01 1797-02-28
Objections of the President of the United States to an act to reorganize the Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1797. American State Papers 16 1797-02-28
Remission of tonnage duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1797. American State Papers 09 1797-03-01
Indian lands in North Carolina. Communicated to the Senate, March 1, 1797. American State Papers 07 1797-03-01
Claims on the lands ceded by North Carolina. Communicated to the Senate, March 1, 1797. American State Papers 28 1797-03-01
The Seneca Nation. Communicated to the Senate, March 2, 1797. American State Papers 07 1797-03-02
Claims to land in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Communicated to the Senate, March 2, 1797. American State Papers 28 1797-03-02
Southern and western limits of Georgia. Communicated to the Senate, March 2, 1797. American State Papers 28 1797-03-02
France. Communicated to Congress, February 28, 1798. American State Papers 01 1797-03-03
Application for a discharge from imprisonment, at the suit of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1797. American State Papers 37 1797-03-03
Executive Journal. (Thirteenth session.) The thirteenth session of the Senate of the United States, began March the 4th, 1797. US Senate Executive Journal 1797-03-04
Inaugural speech of President John Adams, delivered at a special session of the Senate, on Saturday, the 4th of March, 1797. American State Papers 01 1797-05-15
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the first session of the Fifth Congress, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, May, 15th, 1797, and in the twenty-first year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1797-05-15
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the first session of the Fifth Congress. The twenty-first year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1797-05-15
Speech of President John Adams, delivered on Tuesday, May 16, 1797. American State Papers 01 1797-05-16
France and Spain. Communicated to Congress on the 19th day of May, 1797. American State Papers 02 1797-05-17
Executive Journal. (Fourteenth session.) The fourteenth session of the Senate of the United States, began May the 15th, 1797. US Senate Executive Journal 1797-05-19
Tripoli. Communicated to the Senate, May 26, 1797. American State Papers 02 1797-05-26
France. Communicated to the Senate, May 31, 1797. American State Papers 02 1797-05-31
Fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 10, 1797. American State Papers 16 1797-06-10
Spain. Communicated to Congress, June 13, 1797. American State Papers 02 1797-06-13
Progress in building and equipping three frigates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 17, 1797. American State Papers 23 1797-06-17
Spain, Great Britain, and France. Communicated June 22, 1797. American State Papers 02 1797-06-22
Algiers. Communicated to Congress, June 24, 1797. American State Papers 02 1797-06-24
Spain. Communicated to Congress, July 3, 1797. American State Papers 02 1797-07-03
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the second session of the Fifth Congress, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, November the thirteenth, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven, and in the twenty-second year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1797-11-13
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the second session of the Fifth Congress, and of the independence of the United States the twenty-second. US House Journal 1797-11-13
Speech of President John Adams, delivered on Thursday, November 23, 1797. American State Papers 01 1797-11-23
Executive Journal. (Fifteenth session.) The fifteenth session of the Senate of the United States, began November 13th, 1797. US Senate Executive Journal 1797-11-24
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, December 4, 1797. American State Papers 09 1797-12-04
Contested election of Daniel Morgan, a representative from Virginia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 4, 1797. American State Papers 37 1797-12-04
The Seneca Nation. Communicated to the Senate, December 6, 1797. American State Papers 07 1797-12-06
Debates of Congress. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 6, 1797. American State Papers 37 1797-12-06
Foreign coins. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 11, 1797. American State Papers 09 1797-12-11
Evidence in the cases of contested elections. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 15, 1797. American State Papers 37 1797-12-15
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 19, 1797. American State Papers 09 1797-12-19
Indian lands in Tennessee. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 20, 1797. American State Papers 07 1797-12-20
Final settlement certificates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 22, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-12-22
Commerce of the United States. Reported December 26, 1797. American State Papers 02 1797-12-26
Provision made for the daughters of the late Count De Grasse. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-12-27
Claims of General Kosciusko for military services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 28, 1797. American State Papers 36 1797-12-28
Drawback and reduction of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 2nd of January, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-01-02
Application for a discharge from imprisonment at the suit of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 4, 1798. American State Papers 37 1798-01-04
The Cherokee boundary. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1798 American State Papers 07 1798-01-05
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-01-08
Indemnity for Indian captivity. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1798. American State Papers 36 1798-01-08
Outstanding certificates and indents of interest not registered. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1798. American State Papers 36 1798-01-08
The Cherokees. Communicated to the Senate, January 8, 1798. American State Papers 07 1798-01-08
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1796. Communicated to the Senate, January 9, 1798. American State Papers 14 1798-01-09
Foreign coins. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-01-11
Additional naval force, and the establishment of a public foundry. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1798. American State Papers 23 1798-01-16
Application for lands at reduced price. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1798. American State Papers 28 1798-01-16
Compensation for military services, and indemnity for responsibility incurred on public account. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1798. American State Papers 36 1798-01-18
Revision of the Act for the Relief of Persons Imprisoned for Debt. Communicated to Congress, January 18, 1798. American State Papers 37 1798-01-18
Spain. Communicated to Congress, January 23, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-01-23
Virginia military bounty lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1798. American State Papers 28 1798-01-23
Collection of duties on imports and tonnage. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-01-25
Laws of North Carolina relative to free Negroes. Communicated to House of Representatives, January 29, 1798. American State Papers 37 1798-01-29
Breach of privileges. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1798. American State Papers 37 1798-02-02
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, February 3, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-02-03
France. Communicated to Congress, February 5, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-02-05
Military and naval expenditures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-02-07
Drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-02-09
Duty on coal. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-02-09
Fishing bounty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-02-13
Duties on spirits. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-02-14
Duties on stamps. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-02-14
Amount of indemnity made to the estate of the late Major General Greene for his responsibilities on public account. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1798. American State Papers 36 1798-02-14
Claim as a supernumerary aid-de-camp to the late Major General Wayne. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1798. American State Papers 36 1798-02-15
Great Britain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-02-19
Breach of privileges. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 20, 1798. American State Papers 37 1798-02-20
Tunis. Communicated to the Senate, February 21, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-02-21
Internal revenues. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-02-23
Boundaries of Georgia and West Florida. Communicated to the Senate, February 23, 1798. American State Papers 37 1798-02-23
Bills issued by the respective states, called "new emission bills." Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1798. American State Papers 36 1798-02-26
Revision of the Act for the Relief of Persons Imprisoned for Debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1798. American State Papers 37 1798-02-26
Tunis. Reported to Congress, February 28, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-02-28
American seamen. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-03-01
Registered seamen. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1798. American State Papers 14 1798-03-01
Drawback. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-03-02
France. Communicated to Congress, March 5, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-03-05
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1797. Communicated to the Senate, March 5, 1798. American State Papers 14 1798-03-05
Fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 8, 1798. American State Papers 16 1798-03-08
Commissioner of Marine. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 8, 1798. American State Papers 23 1798-03-08
Lost certificates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 9, 1798. American State Papers 36 1798-03-09
France. Communicated to Congress, March 19, 1798. United States, March 19, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-03-19
Additional duties on imported spirits. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 19th of March, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-03-19
France. Reported to the House of Representatives, March 26, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-03-26
Invalid pensions. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 26, 1798. American State Papers 36 1798-03-26
France. Communicated to Congress, April 3, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-04-03
Indemnity for losses sustained by the militia in 1794. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 5, 1798. American State Papers 36 1798-04-05
Stephen Cantrill. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 5, 1798. American State Papers 07 1798-04-05
Tonnage for the year 1796, and a comparative view from 1789 to 1796. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 6, 1798. American State Papers 14 1798-04-06
Fortifications, munitions, and increase of the Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 9, 1798. American State Papers 16 1798-04-09
Additional naval force. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 9, 1798. American State Papers 23 1798-04-09
Contracts for the supply of cannon. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 12th day of April, 1798. American State Papers 16 1798-04-12
The Mohawks. Communicated to the Senate on the 12th of April, 1798. American State Papers 07 1798-04-12
Piers in Delaware River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 13, 1798. American State Papers 14 1798-04-13
Indemnity for money lost. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 16, 1798. American State Papers 36 1798-04-16
Compensation of officers of the revenue. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 18, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-04-18
Revision of the acts "for the Relief of Persons Imprisoned for Debt," and "for Mitigating or Remitting the Forfeitures, Penalties, and Disabilities, Accruing in Certain Cases." Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 25, 1798. American State Papers 37 1798-04-25
Additional revenues. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 1, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-05-01
Naval expenditures, and the disposition of materials. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 1, 1798. American State Papers 23 1798-05-01
Revision of the Naturalization Act and prescribing regulations respecting aliens. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 1, 1798. American State Papers 37 1798-05-01
Indemnity for losses sustained by the insurgents in 1794. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 2, 1798. American State Papers 36 1798-05-02
The Oneidas. Communicated to the Senate, May 3, 1798. American State Papers 07 1798-05-03
The Creeks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 3, 1798. American State Papers 07 1798-05-03
Progress of surveys northwest of the Ohio. Communicated to the Senate, May 3, 1798. American State Papers 28 1798-05-03
France. Communicated to Congress, May 4, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-05-04
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 19, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-05-19
Applications for land at reduced prices. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 19, 1798. American State Papers 28 1798-05-19
Marine Corps. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 22, 1798. American State Papers 23 1798-05-22
Apportionment of direct taxes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 25, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-05-25
Great Britain. Communicated to the Senate, May 29, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-05-29
France. Communicated to Congress, June 5, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-06-05
Sales of lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 13, 1798. American State Papers 28 1798-06-13
Alterations suggested in running the meridian lines in the surveys. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 13, 1798. American State Papers 28 1798-06-13
France. Communicated to Congress, June 18, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-06-18
France. Communicated to Congress, June 21, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-06-21
Emigrants from the West Indies. Communicated to Congress, June 27, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-06-27
Expenditures of the Executive departments. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 5, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-07-05
Indemnity for losses on bullion deposited in the Mint. Communicated to the Senate, July 9, 1798. American State Papers 36 1798-07-09
General Washington's acceptance as commander-in-chief. Communicated to the Senate, July 18, 1798. American State Papers 02 1798-07-16
Great Britain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1799. American State Papers 02 1798-07-16
France. Communicated to Congress, January 18, 1799. American State Papers 02 1798-07-16
France. Communicated to Congress, January 21, 1799. American State Papers 02 1798-07-16
France. Communicated to Congress, January 28, 1799. American State Papers 02 1798-07-16
France. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1799. American State Papers 02 1798-07-16
France. Communicated to the Senate, February 18, 1799. American State Papers 02 1798-07-16
France. Communicated to the Senate, February 25, 1799. American State Papers 02 1798-07-16
General Washington's acceptance of the command of the Army in 1798. Communicated to the Senate, July 18, 1798. American State Papers 37 1798-07-16
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1796. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1797. American State Papers 14 1798-12-03
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the third session of the Fifth Congress, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, December 3d, 1798, and in the twenty-third year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1798-12-03
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the third session of the Fifth Congress; and of the independence of the United States the twenty-third. US House Journal 1798-12-03
Speech of President John Adams, delivered on Saturday, December 8, 1798. American State Papers 01 1798-12-08
Executive Journal. (Sixteenth session.) The proceedings of the Senate, in their executive capacity, being the third session of the Fifth Congress, and the sixteenth session of the Senate, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, December 3d, 1798. US Senate Executive Journal 1798-12-10
Duties received from spirits, stills, sales at auction, refined sugar, carriages, and licences to retailers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 13, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-12-13
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, December 17, 1798. American State Papers 09 1798-12-17
Grants to the settlers in Vincennes and the Illinois Country. Communicated to the Senate, December 17, 1798. American State Papers 28 1798-12-17
Naval force and expenditures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 26, 1798. American State Papers 23 1798-12-26
Reorganization of the Army. Communicated to Congress, Dec. 31, 1798. American State Papers 16 1798-12-31
The building of twelve seventy-fours, and estimates of expense. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1799. American State Papers 23 1799-01-02
Alterations proposed to the post office laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1799. American State Papers 27 1799-01-08
The Cherokees. Communicated to the Senate, January 15, 1799. American State Papers 07 1799-01-15
The Cherokees. Communicated to the Senate, January 17, 1799. American State Papers 07 1799-01-17
Review of the Navy -- provision for its increase, and for dry docks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1799. American State Papers 23 1799-01-17
Valuation of land and dwelling houses. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1799. American State Papers 09 1799-01-21
Mint. Communicated to Congress, January 31, 1799. American State Papers 09 1799-01-31
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1799. American State Papers 09 1799-01-31
The Oneidas. Communicated to the Senate, January 31, 1799. American State Papers 07 1799-01-31
Powers and emoluments of brevet rank. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1799. American State Papers 16 1799-02-04
Tonnage for the year 1797. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1799. American State Papers 14 1799-02-07
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1798. Communicated to the Senate, February 7, 1799. American State Papers 14 1799-02-07
Augmentation of the pay of captains. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 12th day of February, 1799. American State Papers 23 1799-02-12
Grants to settlers in Vincennes and the Illinois Country. Communicated to the Senate, February 21, 1799. American State Papers 28 1799-02-21
Repeal of the Alien and Sedition laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1799. American State Papers 37 1799-02-21
Reprint of the Journals of Congress under the Confederation, and of other public documents. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1799. American State Papers 37 1799-02-26
Indemnity for losses sustained in consequence of obeying a summons from the House of Representatives. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1799. American State Papers 36 1799-02-27
Equalization of the duties on imports from India. Communicated to the Senate, February 28, 1799. American State Papers 09 1799-02-28
Naval force in 1799. Communicated to Congress, March 2, 1799. American State Papers 23 1799-03-02
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the first session of the Sixth Congress, began and held at the City of Philadelphia, December 2d, 1799; and in the twenty-fourth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1799-12-02
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the first session of the Sixth Congress; in the twenty-fourth year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1799-12-02
Speech of President John Adams, delivered on Tuesday, December 3, 1799. American State Papers 01 1799-12-03
France. Communicated to Congress, December 5, 1799. American State Papers 02 1799-12-05
Insurrection in Pennsylvania. Communicated to Congress, Dec. 5, 1799, by message from the President of the United States. American State Papers 37 1799-12-05
Executive Journal. (Seventeenth session.) US Senate Executive Journal 1799-12-05
Prussia. Communicated to the Senate, December 6, 1799. American State Papers 02 1799-12-06
Registered seamen. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 10, 1799. American State Papers 14 1799-12-10
Impressed American seamen. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 11, 1799. American State Papers 02 1799-12-11
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, December 11, 1799. American State Papers 09 1799-12-11
Tunis. Communicated to the Senate, December 13, 1799. American State Papers 02 1799-12-13
Death of General Washington. Communicated to Congress, December 19, 1799. American State Papers 37 1799-12-19
Death of General Washington. Communicated to Senate, December 23, 1799. American State Papers 37 1799-12-23
Obsequies of General Washington. Communicated to Senate, December 23, 1799. American State Papers 37 1799-12-23
French officers imprisoned at Burlington, New Jersey. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1799. American State Papers 37 1799-12-27
Oration on the death of General Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 30, 1799. American State Papers 37 1799-12-30
Commission to settle land claims with Georgia. Communicated to the Senate, December 31, 1799. American State Papers 28 1799-12-31
Armory at Springfield. Communicated to the Senate, January 7, 1800. American State Papers 16 1800-01-07
Mint. Communicated to Congress, January 8, 1800. American State Papers 09 1800-01-08
Removal of the remains of General George Washington to the City of Washington. Communicated to Congress, January 8, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-01-08
Suspension of the recruiting service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, Jan. 13, 1800. American State Papers 16 1800-01-13
Military Academy, and reorganization of the Army. Communicated to Congress, January 14, 1800. American State Papers 16 1800-01-14
Breach of privileges. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-01-14
Breach of privileges. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-01-20
Spain. Communicated to Congress, January 23, 1800. American State Papers 02 1800-01-23
Indian depredations. Communicated to the Senate, January 23, 1800. American State Papers 36 1800-01-23
Census. Communicated to the Senate, January 23, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-01-23
Internal revenues. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1800. American State Papers 09 1800-02-05
Great Britain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1800. American State Papers 02 1800-02-07
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1800. American State Papers 09 1800-02-10
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1799. Communicated to the Senate, February 10, 1800. American State Papers 14 1800-02-10
Widows and orphans of officers who died in service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1800. American State Papers 36 1800-02-11
Military Academy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1800. American State Papers 16 1800-02-13
France. Reported to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1800. American State Papers 02 1800-02-14
Refugees from Nova Scotia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1800. American State Papers 28 1800-02-17
Application for alterations in the political system established for the government of the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-02-18
Sale of lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1800. American State Papers 28 1800-02-19
Estimates for the year 1800. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1800. American State Papers 09 1800-02-21
Appointment and emoluments of certain staff officers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1800. American State Papers 16 1800-02-21
Remission of duty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1800. American State Papers 36 1800-02-21
Renewal of a military land warrant. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1800. American State Papers 28 1800-02-21
Confirmation of an Indian grant. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1800. American State Papers 28 1800-02-21
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1798. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1800. American State Papers 14 1800-03-03
Division of the Northwestern Territory into two governments. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-03-03
Diplomatic services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 4, 1800. American State Papers 36 1800-03-04
Application for pecuniary aid to prosecute a claim against the British government. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 13, 1800. American State Papers 36 1800-03-13
Application for alterations in the political system established for the government of the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 13, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-03-13
Mint. Communicated to the Senate, March 14, 1800. American State Papers 09 1800-03-14
Georgia militia claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 14, 1800. American State Papers 36 1800-03-14
Naturalization. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 14, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-03-14
Breach of privileges. Communicated to the Senate, March 14, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-03-14
Action between the Constellation and La Vengeance. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 21, 1800. American State Papers 23 1800-03-21
Connecticut Western Reserve. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 21st of March, 1800. American State Papers 28 1800-03-21
Breach of privileges. Communicated to the Senate, March 22, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-03-22
Breach of privileges. Communicated to the Senate, March 24, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-03-24
Arrears of pay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1800. American State Papers 36 1800-03-25
Breach of privileges. Communicated to the Senate, March 25, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-03-25
Forfeitures under the act prohibiting the exportation of arms and ammunition. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-03-25
Breach of privileges. Communicated to the Senate, March 26, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-03-26
Breach of privileges. Communicated to the Senate, March 27, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-03-27
Indemnity for losses sustained by the insurgents in 1794. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 2, 1800. American State Papers 36 1800-04-02
Land claimants in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 2, 1800. American State Papers 28 1800-04-02
Salt duty. Communicated to the Senate, April 3, 1800. American State Papers 09 1800-04-03
Claims on the lands ceded by North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 4, 1800. American State Papers 28 1800-04-04
Settlers on the lands ceded by South Carolina ask a retrocession. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 7, 1800. American State Papers 28 1800-04-07
Diplomatic services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 9, 1800. American State Papers 36 1800-04-09
Tonnage for the year 1798. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 12, 1800. American State Papers 14 1800-04-12
Claimants under John Cleves Symmes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the sixteenth of April, 1800. American State Papers 28 1800-04-16
Officers appointed under the act of July 16, 1798, "To Augment the Army of the United States, and for Other Purposes." Communicated to the Senate, April 17, 1800. American State Papers 16 1800-04-17
Lost certificates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 22, 1800. American State Papers 36 1800-04-22
Protection of the frontiers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 22, 1800. American State Papers 07 1800-04-22
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 25, 1800. American State Papers 09 1800-04-25
Relief of insolvent debtors to the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 28, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-04-28
Claims of Major General Greene and his assistants, for their services in the Quartermaster General's Department. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 29, 1800. American State Papers 36 1800-04-29
Additional revenues. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 30, 1800. American State Papers 09 1800-04-30
Slaves from foreign ports or places admitted into the Mississippi Territory in certain cases. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 1, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-05-01
Indemnity for loss in the value of a horse. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 2, 1800. American State Papers 36 1800-05-02
Diplomatic expenditures. Reported to the House of Representatives, May 5, 1800. American State Papers 02 1800-05-05
Fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 5, 1800. American State Papers 16 1800-05-05
Estimates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 5, 1800. American State Papers 07 1800-05-05
Public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 8, 1800. American State Papers 09 1800-05-08
Refugees from Canada and Nova Scotia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 8th day of May, 1800. American State Papers 28 1800-05-08
Statue and monument to the memory of General Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 8, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-05-08
Objections to certain laws passed by the governor and judges of the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 8, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-05-08
Sale of lands acquired by the cession from North Carolina. Communicated to the Senate, May 9, 1800. American State Papers 28 1800-05-09
Refugees from Canada and Nova Scotia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 9th of May, 1800. American State Papers 28 1800-05-09
Breach of privileges. Communicated to the Senate, on the 10th of May, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-05-10
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America: Being the second session of the Sixth Congress, begun and held at the City of Washington, November 17th, 1800; and in the twenty-fifth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1800-11-17
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the second session of the Sixth Congress; in the twenty-fifth year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1800-11-17
Speech of President John Adams, delivered on Saturday, November 22, 1800. American State Papers 01 1800-11-22
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, November 28, 1800. American State Papers 09 1800-11-28
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 2, 1800. American State Papers 23 1800-12-02
Executive Journal. (Eighteenth session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1800-12-04
Impressed American seamen. Communicated to the Senate, Dec. 12, 1800. American State Papers 02 1800-12-12
Registered seamen. Communicated to the Senate, December 12, 1800. American State Papers 14 1800-12-12
France. Communicated to the Senate, December 15, 1800. United States, December 15, 1800. American State Papers 02 1800-12-15
Mausoleum to General Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 19, 1800. American State Papers 37 1800-12-19
Internal revenues. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 22, 1800. American State Papers 09 1800-12-22
Valuation of lands and dwelling houses. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 30, 1800. American State Papers 09 1800-12-30
Breach of privileges. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1801. American State Papers 37 1801-01-06
Naval establishment, and its expenses. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 15, 1801. American State Papers 23 1801-01-15
Tonnage for the year 1799. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1801. American State Papers 14 1801-01-17
Indemnity for losses occasioned by the burning of the War Department, in the year 1800. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1801. American State Papers 36 1801-01-19
Mint. Communicated to Congress, January 21, 1801. American State Papers 09 1801-01-21
Propositions to amend the Constitution in relation to the elections of President and Vice President, and of members of the House of Representatives of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 22, 1801. American State Papers 37 1801-01-22
Condition of the Treasury Department. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 28th of January, 1801. American State Papers 09 1801-01-28
City of Washington. Communicated to Congress, January 30, 1801. American State Papers 37 1801-01-30
Encouragement to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1801. American State Papers 09 1801-02-02
Application for the renewal of a lost Virginia military bounty land warrant. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1801. American State Papers 28 1801-02-02
Indian trade. Communicated to the House of Representatives, Feb. 5, 1801. American State Papers 07 1801-02-05
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1800. Communicated to the Senate, February 6, 1801. American State Papers 14 1801-02-06
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1801. American State Papers 09 1801-02-10
Books and papers destroyed by fire in the war office, in 1800. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1801. American State Papers 37 1801-02-17
Balances due from states. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1801. American State Papers 09 1801-02-19
Official conduct of the Governor of the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1801. American State Papers 37 1801-02-19
Mint. Communicated to Congress, February 20, 1801. American State Papers 09 1801-02-20
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1801. American State Papers 09 1801-02-23
General staff of the Army. Communicated to Congress, February 23, 1801. American State Papers 16 1801-02-23
Books and papers destroyed by fire in the Treasury Department in 1801. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 24, 1801. American State Papers 37 1801-02-24
Pre-emption rights in the Northwestern Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 25th of February, 1801. American State Papers 28 1801-02-25
Great Britain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1801. American State Papers 02 1801-02-27
City of Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1801. American State Papers 37 1801-02-27
Claims of Georgia in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1801. American State Papers 28 1801-02-28
Causes of the late fires in the War and Treasury Departments. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1801. American State Papers 37 1801-02-28
State balances. Communicated to the Senate, March 3, 1801. American State Papers 09 1801-03-03
Executive Journal. (Nineteenth session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1801-03-04
Inaugural speech of President Jefferson, delivered at a special session of the Senate, on Wednesday, the fourth of March, 1801. American State Papers 01 1801-12-07
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the first session of the Seventh Congress, begun and held at the City of Washington, December 7th, 1801; and in the twenty-sixth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1801-12-07
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the first session of the Seventh Congress, in the twenty-sixth year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1801-12-07
Message of President Jefferson, communicated on Tuesday, December 8, 1804 [i.e., 1801]. American State Papers 01 1801-12-08
Fortifications. Communicated to Congress, December 8, 1801. American State Papers 16 1801-12-08
General view. Communicated to Congress, December 8, 1801. American State Papers 07 1801-12-08
Naval expenditures for materials, Navy yards, and docks, and the proceeds of the vessels sold. Communicated to Congress, December 8, 1801. American State Papers 23 1801-12-08
Executive Journal. (Twentieth session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1801-12-11
American seamen. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 14, 1801. American State Papers 02 1801-12-14
Pre-emption rights to claimants under John Cleves Symmes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 14, 1801. American State Papers 28 1801-12-14
Commutation of a pension. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1801. American State Papers 36 1801-12-16
Registered seamen. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1801. American State Papers 14 1801-12-16
Right of the Mississippi Territory to a delegate in Congress. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1801. American State Papers 37 1801-12-16
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, December 17, 1801. American State Papers 09 1801-12-17
Imports for two years ending September 30, 1800. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 17, 1801. American State Papers 14 1801-12-17
Printing for Congress. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 18, 1801. American State Papers 37 1801-12-18
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, December 21, 1801. American State Papers 09 1801-12-21
Internal revenues. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 21, 1801. American State Papers 09 1801-12-21
Library of Congress. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 21, 1801. American State Papers 37 1801-12-21
Barbary powers. Communicated December 8 and December 22, 1801. American State Papers 02 1801-12-22
Cherokees, Chickasaws, Choctaws, and Creeks. Communicated to the Senate, December 23, 1801. American State Papers 07 1801-12-23
Numerical force of the Army, and an estimate of the number of men requisite for each garrison at the several posts and stations. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 24, 1801. American State Papers 16 1801-12-24
Masts for the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 30, 1801. American State Papers 36 1801-12-30
Time extended for locating military land warrants. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 30, 1801. American State Papers 28 1801-12-30
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 4, 1802. American State Papers 23 1802-01-04
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-01-07
Comparative duties paid in the ports of Great Britain, on goods imported into Great Britain, in American, foreign, and British vessels. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1802. American State Papers 14 1802-01-07
Indemnity for the expenses of defending a suit. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1802. American State Papers 36 1802-01-11
Confirmation of an Indian grant. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1802. American State Papers 28 1802-01-11
City of Washington. Communicated to Congress, January 11, 1802. American State Papers 37 1802-01-11
France. Communicated to the Senate, January 12, 1802. American State Papers 02 1802-01-12
Exports to Italy, Gibraltar, and the Barbary Powers, for five years preceding the 30th September, 1801. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1802. American State Papers 14 1802-01-18
Action between the Enterprise and a Tripolitan corsair. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1802. American State Papers 23 1802-01-19
Debt of the City of Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1802. American State Papers 37 1802-01-19
France. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1802. American State Papers 02 1802-01-25
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-01-25
New emission bills. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1802. American State Papers 36 1802-01-25
Trade. Communicated to Congress, January 28, 1802. American State Papers 07 1802-01-28
Indemnity for losses sustained by the alleged misconduct of the revenue officers, in relation to two prizes and their cargoes brought into the port of Wilmington, N.C., by a French privateer, in 1796. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1802. American State Papers 36 1802-02-01
Naval force and its disposition. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1802. American State Papers 23 1802-02-01
Ordnance, arms, and military stores, and an estimate of expenses necessary for fortifications. Communicated to Congress, February 2, 1802. American State Papers 16 1802-02-02
St. Regis and Senecas. Communicated to the Senate, February 2, 1802. American State Papers 07 1802-02-02
Duty on coal. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-02-04
Sailing orders given to the commanders of the Insurgent and Pickering. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1802. American State Papers 23 1802-02-04
Permit to accept an Indian grant. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1802. American State Papers 28 1802-02-05
Cherokees, Chickasaws, Choctaws, and Creeks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1802. American State Papers 07 1802-02-09
Protection to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-02-10
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1801. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1802. American State Papers 14 1802-02-11
Canal in the City of Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1802. American State Papers 37 1802-02-11
Remission of forfeiture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 12, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-02-12
City of Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 12, 1802. American State Papers 37 1802-02-12
Lost vouchers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1802. American State Papers 36 1802-02-17
Roll of the officers, civil, military, and naval, of the United States. Communicated to Congress, February 17, 1802. American State Papers 37 1802-02-17
Barbary states. Communicated to Congress, February 18, 1802. American State Papers 02 1802-02-18
Mint. Communicated to Congress, February 18, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-02-18
Protecting duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-02-18
Frauds by land jobbers in the Indiana Territory. Communicated to Congress, February 18, 1802. American State Papers 28 1802-02-18
Drawback. Communicated to the Senate, February 19, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-02-19
Ransom of American citizens from Indian captivity. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1802. American State Papers 36 1802-02-19
Marine hospitals. Communicated to the Senate, February 24, 1802. American State Papers 14 1802-02-24
List of suits decided and depending in the courts of the United States. Communicated to Congress, February 26, 1802. American State Papers 37 1802-02-26
Barbary states. Communicated to Congress, March 1, 1802. American State Papers 02 1802-03-01
Tonnage for the year 1800. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1802. American State Papers 14 1802-03-02
Forfeiture of the privileges conferred on fishing vessels. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1802. American State Papers 14 1802-03-02
Application to erect the Northwestern Territory into a state. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 4, 1802. American State Papers 37 1802-03-04
Balances due from states. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 5, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-03-05
Protecting duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 8, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-03-08
Internal duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, Marh [sic] 8, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-03-08
The Choctaws. Communicated to the Senate, March 10, 1802. American State Papers 07 1802-03-10
The Six Nations. Communicated to the Senate, March 10, 1802. American State Papers 07 1802-03-10
Navy yards. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 10, 1802. American State Papers 23 1802-03-10
Balances due from states. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 15, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-03-15
Lost certificates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 16, 1802. American State Papers 36 1802-03-16
Piers in Delaware River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 19, 1802. American State Papers 14 1802-03-19
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 22, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-03-22
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 24, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-03-24
Indemnity for a barn burnt by the carelessness of persons in the employment of government. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 24, 1802. American State Papers 36 1802-03-24
Claims on the lands ceded by North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 24, 1802. American State Papers 28 1802-03-24
Defalcation of an Army contractor. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1802. American State Papers 36 1802-03-25
Great Britain. Communicated to the Senate, March 29, 1802. American State Papers 02 1802-03-29
Encouragement to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 30th of March, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-03-30
Further provision for transporting the mail. Communicated to the Senate, March 30, 1802. American State Papers 27 1802-03-30
Imprisonment of a witness in default of security. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 31, 1802. American State Papers 36 1802-03-31
Damages claimed for a breach of contract. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 31, 1802. American State Papers 36 1802-03-31
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 2, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-04-02
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 2, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-04-02
Instructions to land officers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 6, 1802. American State Papers 28 1802-04-06
Indemnity for money lost. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 7, 1802. American State Papers 36 1802-04-07
City of Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 8, 1802. American State Papers 37 1802-04-08
Public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 9, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-04-09
France. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 15, 1802. American State Papers 02 1802-04-15
Damages claimed for breach of contract. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 15, 1802. American State Papers 36 1802-04-15
Spain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 20, 1802. American State Papers 02 1802-04-20
France. Reported to the House of Representatives, April 22, 1802. American State Papers 02 1802-04-22
Georgia cession. Communicated to Congress, April 26, 1802. American State Papers 28 1802-04-26
Navy yards and docks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 27, 1802. American State Papers 23 1802-04-27
Remission of forfeiture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 28, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-04-28
Application of public money. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 29, 1802. American State Papers 09 1802-04-29
Contract with John Cleves Symmes. Communicated to the Senate, April 29, 1802. American State Papers 28 1802-04-29
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the second session of the Seventh Congress, begun and held at the City of Washington, December 6, 1802, and in the twenty-seventh year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1802-12-06
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the second session of the Seventh Congress, in the twenty-seventh year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1802-12-06
Barbary powers. Communicated to Congress on the 15th December, 1802. American State Papers 02 1802-12-15
Message of President Jefferson, communicated on Wednesday, Dec. 15, 1802. American State Papers 01 1802-12-15
Executive Journal. (Twenty-first session.) US Senate Executive Journal 1802-12-15
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, December 20, 1802. American State Papers 10 1802-12-20
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 20, 1802. American State Papers 23 1802-12-20
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 22, 1802. American State Papers 10 1802-12-22
Impressed American seamen. Communicated to Congress, December 24, 1802. Department of State, December 22, 1802. American State Papers 02 1802-12-24
Registered seamen. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 24, 1802. American State Papers 14 1802-12-24
The Oneidas and Senecas. Communicated to the Senate, December 28, 1802. American State Papers 07 1802-12-28
The Creeks. Communicated to the Senate, December 28, 1802. American State Papers 07 1802-12-28
Dry docks. Communicated to Congress, December 28, 1802. American State Papers 23 1802-12-28
Spain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 22 and 30, 1802. American State Papers 02 1802-12-30
Great Britain. Commercial restrictions, blockades, and impressments. American State Papers 02 1803-01-01
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 4, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-01-04
Militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1803. American State Papers 16 1803-01-05
Widows of officers who died in service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1803. American State Papers 36 1803-01-05
Internal revenues. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-01-06
The Choctaws. Communicated to the Senate, January 7, 1803. American State Papers 07 1803-01-07
Preservation of timber. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1803. American State Papers 23 1803-01-07
Indemnity for money paid to an unauthorized agent. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1803. American State Papers 36 1803-01-10
Discriminating and countervailing duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1803. American State Papers 14 1803-01-10
Dry dock at Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1803. American State Papers 23 1803-01-10
France and Spain. Communicated to the Senate, January 11, 1803. American State Papers 02 1803-01-11
Spain. Communicated to the Senate, January 11, 1803. American State Papers 02 1803-01-11
Mint. Communicated to Congress, January 11, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-01-11
Disqualification of John P. Van Ness, a representative from the State of New York. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1803. American State Papers 37 1803-01-11
Bounty land warrant. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 12, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-01-12
Extension of duty bonds. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-01-14
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1802. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1803. American State Papers 14 1803-01-17
Trade. Communicated to Congress, January 18, 1803. American State Papers 07 1803-01-18
Trade. Communicated to Congress, January 18, 1803. American State Papers 07 1803-01-18
Discriminating and countervailing duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1803. American State Papers 14 1803-01-24
Number of post offices, and the length of the post roads. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1803. American State Papers 27 1803-01-25
Indemnity to the commercial agent at St. Domingo, for losses and expenses. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1803. American State Papers 36 1803-01-25
City of Washington. Communicated to Congress, January 25, 1803. American State Papers 37 1803-01-25
Discriminating duties and ship building. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1803. American State Papers 14 1803-01-27
Invalid pensioners of South Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1803. American State Papers 36 1803-01-28
Discriminating duties and ship building. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1803. American State Papers 14 1803-01-28
Revision of the act for registering and recording vessels. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1803. American State Papers 14 1803-01-28
Dry docks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1803. American State Papers 23 1803-01-28
Contract with John Cleves Symmes. Communicated to the Senate, January 28, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-01-28
Judges removed from office by legislation. Communicated to the Senate, January 28, 1803. American State Papers 37 1803-01-28
Complaint against certain officers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1803. American State Papers 16 1803-01-31
Fish exported, bounties and allowances paid, tonnage employed in the cod and whale fisheries, and the duties on tonnage for the years 1791 to 1800. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1803. American State Papers 14 1803-02-01
State of Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1803. American State Papers 37 1803-02-02
Encouragement to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-02-04
Representatives of officers who died in service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1803. American State Papers 36 1803-02-04
Georgia militia claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1803. American State Papers 36 1803-02-04
The sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 7, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-02-07
Militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1803. American State Papers 16 1803-02-07
Application of the widow of an Army contractor killed by the enemy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 8, 1803. American State Papers 36 1803-02-08
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1801. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1803. American State Papers 14 1803-02-09
Georgia militia claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1803. American State Papers 36 1803-02-10
Duty on refined sugar. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-02-11
Indemnity for the loss of a vessel and cargo for want of a sea-letter. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1803. American State Papers 36 1803-02-11
Virginia military land warrant. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-02-11
Indemnity to a postmaster for his expense in defending a vexatious prosecution. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 12, 1803. American State Papers 36 1803-02-12
Fisheries. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1803. American State Papers 14 1803-02-13
Concentration of the public offices in the City of Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1803. American State Papers 37 1803-02-13
Lieutenant Colonel of the Marines. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1803. American State Papers 23 1803-02-14
Informer in the case of a breach of the revenue laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1803. American State Papers 36 1803-02-15
Survey of the harbor of Nantucket. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 16, 1803. American State Papers 14 1803-02-16
Georgia land claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 16, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-02-16
Compensation for removing the purveyor's office from Philadelphia, in 1802. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1803. American State Papers 36 1803-02-18
Tonnage for the year 1801. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1803. American State Papers 14 1803-02-18
Encouragement to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-02-21
The Tuscaroras. Communicated to the Senate, February 21, 1803. American State Papers 07 1803-02-21
Compensation for the transportation and safe-keeping of a mutineer at sea. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1803. American State Papers 36 1803-02-22
Georgia land claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-02-22
Denmark. Communicated to Congress, February 24, 1803. American State Papers 02 1803-02-24
Quarantine regulations. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1803. American State Papers 14 1803-02-25
Application for a subscription, by the United States, to the stock of the Allegany Turnpike Company. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1803. American State Papers 37 1803-02-28
Arrears of direct taxes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-03-01
Militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1803. American State Papers 16 1803-03-01
Indiana Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-03-02
France and Spain -- Louisiana. Communicated to the Senate, October 17, 1803, and to the Senate and House of Representatives, October 21, 1803. American State Papers 02 1803-03-03
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-03-03
Sinking fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-03-03
Message of President Jefferson, communicated on Monday, October 17, 1803. American State Papers 01 1803-10-17
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the first session of the Eighth Congress, begun and held at the City of Washington, October 17, 1803, and in the twenty-eighth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1803-10-17
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the first session of the Eighth Congress, in the twenty-eighth year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1803-10-17
Executive Journal. (Twenty-second session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1803-10-17
Great Britain. Communicated to the Senate, October 24, 1803. (Reported on December 24, 1803.) American State Papers 02 1803-10-24
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, October 25, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-10-25
Illinois and Wabash Land Companies. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 27th of October, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-10-27
Survey of the harbor of Nantucket. Communicated to the House of Representatives, October 28, 1803. American State Papers 14 1803-10-28
The Kaskaskia and other tribes. Communicated to the Senate, October 31, 1803. American State Papers 07 1803-10-31
Morocco. Communicated to the Senate, November 4, 1803. American State Papers 02 1803-11-04
Survey of the harbor of Nantucket. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 7, 1803. American State Papers 14 1803-11-07
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 14, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-11-14
Drawback. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 14, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-11-14
Description of Louisiana. Communicated to Congress, on the 14th of November, 1803. American State Papers 37 1803-11-14
Reprinting of the laws, journals and other documents. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 14, 1803. American State Papers 37 1803-11-14
Arrest of Zachariah Cox by the Governor of the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 24, 1803. American State Papers 37 1803-11-24
Remission of forfeitures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 25, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-11-25
Fishing bounty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 25, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-11-25
Land claims in Mississippi. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 25, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-11-25
Arrest of Zachariah Cox by the Governor of the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 28, 1803. American State Papers 37 1803-11-28
Digest of the laws of Louisiana. Communicated to Congress, November 29, 1803. American State Papers 37 1803-11-29
Marine Corps. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 2, 1803. American State Papers 23 1803-12-02
Revision of the laws respecting the sale of lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 2, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-12-02
Morocco. Communicated to the Senate, December 5, 1803. American State Papers 02 1803-12-05
Impressment of American seamen. Communicated to Congress, December 5, 1803. American State Papers 02 1803-12-05
Claims of Tennessee. Communicated to the Senate, December 5, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-12-05
Office of Commissioner of Loans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 8, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-12-08
Encouragement to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 9, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-12-09
Indemnification for the illegal seizure of a vessel. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 12, 1803. American State Papers 36 1803-12-12
Mail from Washington to New Orleans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 13th of December, 1803. American State Papers 27 1803-12-13
Abatement of duties. Communicated to the Senate, December 15, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-12-15
Drawback. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 15, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-12-15
Inequality of the allowances to fishing vessels. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 15, 1803. American State Papers 14 1803-12-15
Claims of the City of Natchez. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 15, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-12-15
Georgia militia claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1803. American State Papers 36 1803-12-16
Direct tax. Communicated to the Senate, December 20, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-12-20
Drawback. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 20, 1803. American State Papers 10 1803-12-20
Spain. Communicated to the Senate, December 21, 1803. American State Papers 02 1803-12-21
Amendments suggested to the laws relating to surveys and sale of lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-12-23
Military land warrants. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 26, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-12-26
Claim to land for military services before the declaration of independence. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 26, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-12-26
Mail stages or covered wagons. Communicated to the Senate, December 28, 1803. American State Papers 27 1803-12-28
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 28, 1803. American State Papers 23 1803-12-28
South Carolina Yazoo Company. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 28, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-12-28
Virginia Yazoo Company. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 28, 1803. American State Papers 28 1803-12-28
Extension of the powers of the judges of the United States in the territories, and appeals from their decisions to the Supreme Court. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1803. American State Papers 37 1803-12-29
Disagreement of a joint committee of conference. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1803. American State Papers 37 1803-12-29
Fisheries. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1804. American State Papers 14 1804-01-03
South Carolina and Virginia Yazoo Company. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-01-07
Captors of the Moorish vessels Meshouda and Murboka. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1804. American State Papers 23 1804-01-10
Land claims in Tennessee. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-01-10
Additional naval force. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1804. American State Papers 23 1804-01-11
Mail from Washington to New Orleans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, Jan. 12, 1804. American State Papers 27 1804-01-12
Mint. Communicated to Congress, January 13, 1804. American State Papers 10 1804-01-13
Amount and application of the Marine Hospital Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1804. American State Papers 14 1804-01-13
Claims on the lands ceded by North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-01-16
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1804. American State Papers 10 1804-01-23
Applications for donations to actual settlers in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-01-23
Alterations of the laws for the sale of public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-01-23
Application to prohibit the importation of slaves into the Territory of Louisiana. Communicated to the Senate, January 23, 1804. American State Papers 37 1804-01-23
Additional duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1804. American State Papers 10 1804-01-24
Claims for services rendered and supplies furnished during the Revolution. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1804. American State Papers 36 1804-01-24
Encouragement to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1804. American State Papers 10 1804-01-25
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1803. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1804. American State Papers 14 1804-01-25
Land claims in Mississippi. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-01-25
Claim to land adjoining the City of Natchez. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-01-26
Remission to the collector and naval officer at Savannah. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1804. American State Papers 10 1804-01-27
Revision of the laws for the sale of lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-01-27
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1804. American State Papers 10 1804-01-30
Indemnity for the illegal seizure of a vessel. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1804. American State Papers 36 1804-02-01
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 6, 1804 American State Papers 10 1804-02-06
Collection districts of Petersburg and Richmond. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1804. American State Papers 14 1804-02-06
Warrants of survey issued by the British government of West Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-02-13
Illinois and Wabash Company. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-02-14
Army contractor killed by the enemy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1804. American State Papers 36 1804-02-15
Tonnage for the year 1802. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1804. American State Papers 14 1804-02-15
Fishing bounty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1804. American State Papers 10 1804-02-17
Navy yard at Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1804. American State Papers 23 1804-02-17
Description of the lands and settlers in the vicinity of Detroit. Communicated to Congress, February 17, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-02-17
Claimants under the Georgia and Tennessee Companies. Communicated to the Senate, February 17, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-02-17
Application for divorces in the District of Columbia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1804. American State Papers 37 1804-02-17
Slavery, elective franchise, and public lands in Indiana Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1804. American State Papers 37 1804-02-17
Additional duty on tonnage for the support of light houses. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1804. American State Papers 14 1804-02-18
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1802. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1804. American State Papers 14 1804-02-18
Pilots to pay hospital money for their apprentices. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1804. American State Papers 14 1804-02-22
Revision of the laws for the sale of lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, Feb. 22, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-02-22
Piers in Delaware River, and obstructions to navigation in Christiana Creek. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1804. American State Papers 14 1804-02-23
Contested election of Thomas Lewis, a representative from Virginia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 24, 1804. American State Papers 37 1804-02-24
Indemnity for losses by fire. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1804. American State Papers 36 1804-02-27
Claim of the collector of Savannah for bills of exchange on the War and Navy Departments. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1804. American State Papers 36 1804-02-27
Claim of an Army contractor for further allowances. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1804. American State Papers 36 1804-02-28
Weights and measures. Communicated to the Senate, February 28, 1804. American State Papers 37 1804-02-28
Consular services at Tunis. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 29, 1804. American State Papers 36 1804-02-29
Marine Corps. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 29, 1804. American State Papers 23 1804-02-29
Fraudulent practices in acquiring lands in Louisiana. Communicated to Congress, February 20, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-02-29
Contested election of Samuel D. Purviance, a representative from North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 29, 1804. American State Papers 37 1804-02-29
Receipts from postage for three years. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 1st day of March, 1804. American State Papers 27 1804-03-01
Marine Hospital Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 5, 1804. American State Papers 14 1804-03-05
Pier in Barnstable Bay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 6, 1804. American State Papers 14 1804-03-06
Indemnity for legal expenses incurred in prosecuting a supposed breach of the act prohibiting the importation of persons of color into the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 7, 1804. American State Papers 36 1804-03-07
Importation of slaves into Louisiana. Communicated to Congress, March 8, 1804. American State Papers 37 1804-03-08
Exploration of Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 8, 1804. American State Papers 37 1804-03-08
Contested election of Thomas Mann Randolph, a representative from Virginia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 9, 1804. American State Papers 37 1804-03-09
Consular services at Madrid. Communicated to the Senate, March 10, 1804. American State Papers 36 1804-03-10
Claim to land adjoining Natchez. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 10th of March, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-03-10
Fisheries. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 12, 1804. American State Papers 14 1804-03-12
South Carolina and Virginia Yazoo Companies. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 13, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-03-13
Loss of the frigate Philadelphia. Communicated to Congress, March 20, 1804. American State Papers 23 1804-03-20
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 21, 1804. American State Papers 10 1804-03-21
Militia. Communicated to Congress, March 22, 1804. American State Papers 16 1804-03-22
Travelling expenses of officers of the Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 24, 1804. American State Papers 36 1804-03-24
Extra allowances to district attorneys and assistant counsel. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 24, 1804. American State Papers 37 1804-03-24
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the second session of the Eighth Congress, begun and held at the City of Washington, November 5, 1804, and in the twenty-ninth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1804-11-05
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the second session of the Eighth Congress, in the twenty-ninth year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1804-11-05
Message of President Jefferson, communicated on Thursday, November 8, 1804. American State Papers 01 1804-11-08
Description of the lead mines in Upper Louisiana. Communicated to Congress, November 8, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-11-08
Executive Journal. (Twenty-third session.) US Senate Executive Journal 1804-11-12
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 14, 1804. American State Papers 23 1804-11-14
Protecting duty on slate. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 15, 1804. American State Papers 10 1804-11-15
Destruction of the frigate Philadelphia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, Nov. 15, 1804. American State Papers 23 1804-11-15
The Delawares and Piankeshaws. Communicated to the Senate, November 19, 1804. American State Papers 07 1804-11-19
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, November 21, 1804. American State Papers 10 1804-11-21
Committees to appoint their chairman in certain cases. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 24, 1804. American State Papers 37 1804-11-24
Imports into New Orleans entitled to debenture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 27, 1804. American State Papers 14 1804-11-27
Claimants under the Georgia Mississippi Company. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 30, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-11-30
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 4, 1804. American State Papers 10 1804-12-04
Time extended for registering titles to lands south of Tennessee derived from the State of Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 4, 1804. American State Papers 28 1804-12-04
Contested election of John Hoge, a representative from Pennsylvania. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 10, 1804. American State Papers 37 1804-12-10
Inspector of the revenue. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 12, 1804. American State Papers 36 1804-12-12
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1803. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 13, 1804. American State Papers 14 1804-12-13
The Creeks. Communicated to the Senate, December 14, 1804. American State Papers 07 1804-12-14
Arming of merchantmen. Communicated to the Senate, December 28, 1804. American State Papers 14 1804-12-28
The Sacs and Foxes. Communicated to the Senate, December 31, 1804. American State Papers 07 1804-12-31
Remonstrance of the people of Louisiana against the political system adopted by Congress for them. Communicated to the Senate, on the 31st of December, 1804. American State Papers 37 1804-12-31
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-01-07
Additional allowance recommended to a mail contractor. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1805. American State Papers 27 1805-01-07
Indemnity made to an officer for responsibility incurred in the execution of military orders. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 8th day of January, 1805. American State Papers 23 1805-01-08
Claim of the United States to lands in Tennessee. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1805. American State Papers 28 1805-01-08
Drawback. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-01-11
Extra allowances to district attorneys and assistant counsel. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 15, 1805. American State Papers 37 1805-01-15
Rations commuted. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1805. American State Papers 16 1805-01-16
Extension of duty bonds. Communicated to the Senate on the 17th of January, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-01-17
Lands in Wayne County, Indiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 17th of January, 1805. American State Papers 28 1805-01-17
Land claims in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1805. American State Papers 28 1805-01-18
Drawback on refined sugar. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-01-21
Protecting duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 22, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-01-22
Collector's bond -- surety released. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 22, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-01-22
Indemnity for Indian depredations. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 22d of January, 1805. American State Papers 36 1805-01-22
District of Columbia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 22, 1805. American State Papers 37 1805-01-22
Extension of patent and copy rights. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 22d of January, 1805. American State Papers 37 1805-01-22
Revision of the political system adopted for Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1805. American State Papers 37 1805-01-25
Mint. Communicated to Congress, January 26, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-01-26
Canal from the head to the foot of the rapids of the Ohio River. Communicated to the Senate, January 28, 1805. American State Papers 37 1805-01-28
Disobedience of orders justified on the ground of illegality. Communicated to the Senate, January 30, 1805. American State Papers 16 1805-01-30
Application for extending the jurisdiction of the circuit courts in favor of aliens. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1805. American State Papers 37 1805-01-31
Great Britain and France -- private armed vessels of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, February 1, 1805. American State Papers 02 1805-02-01
Mail road from Washington to New Orleans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1805. American State Papers 27 1805-02-01
Tonnage of vessels paying foreign duties in the ports of the United States during the years 1801, 1802, and 1803; and the light money collected from July 1 to September 30, 1804. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1805. American State Papers 14 1805-02-01
Inquiry whether a military appointment conferred on a member of the House of Representatives had been accepted. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1805. American State Papers 37 1805-02-01
Bridge across the Potomac River at Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1805. American State Papers 37 1805-02-04
Denmark. Communicated to Congress, February 5, 1805. American State Papers 02 1805-02-05
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 5, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-02-05
Claims to land in and adjoining Natchez. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1805. American State Papers 28 1805-02-07
Extension of the right of suffrage in the Mississippi Territory, and an increase of the members of the General Assembly. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1805. American State Papers 37 1805-02-09
Increase of pension. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1805. American State Papers 36 1805-02-13
Evidences of title derived from the State of Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1805. American State Papers 28 1805-02-14
Drawback. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-02-15
Military force, the posts at which stationed, and the expenses of fortifications, arsenals, armories, and magazines, in the years 1803 and 1804. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1805. American State Papers 16 1805-02-15
Tonnage for the year 1803. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1805. American State Papers 14 1805-02-15
Pay of the governor, secretary, and judges of the late territory northwest of the Ohio, now state of Ohio, continued until superseded by state appointments. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1805. American State Papers 36 1805-02-18
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 20, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-02-20
Naval operations against Tripoli. Communicated to Congress, February 20, 1805. American State Papers 23 1805-02-20
Indemnity made to an officer for responsibility incurred in the execution of his instructions. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 20th of February, 1805. American State Papers 23 1805-02-20
List of patentees. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1805. American State Papers 37 1805-02-22
Mail road from Washington to New Orleans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1805. American State Papers 27 1805-02-23
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1804; and the value of exports for two years, ending September 30, 1804. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1805. American State Papers 14 1805-02-27
The militia. Communicated to Congress, February 28, 1805. American State Papers 16 1805-02-28
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-03-01
Provision for the widow of an Indian interpreter, who was killed in service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1805. American State Papers 36 1805-03-01
Spain. Communicated to Congress, December 9, 1805, and February 18, 1813. American State Papers 02 1805-03-03
Inaugural speech of President Jefferson, delivered in the Senate chamber on Monday, March 4, 1805. American State Papers 01 1805-12-02
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the first session of the Ninth Congress, begun and held at the City of Washington, December 2, 1805, and in the thirtieth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1805-12-02
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the first session of the Ninth Congress, in the thirtieth year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1805-12-02
Journal of the executive proceedings of the Senate of the United States of America. From the commencement of the first, to the termination of the Nineteenth Congress. Volume II. Sessional Volume Title Pages 1805-12-02
Message of President Jefferson, communicated on Tuesday, December 3, 1805. American State Papers 01 1805-12-03
Additional appropriations for the Navy for the year 1805. Communicated to the Senate, December 6, 1805. American State Papers 23 1805-12-06
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, December 9, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-12-09
Spain. Communicated December 10, 1805. American State Papers 02 1805-12-10
Fur trade. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 10, 1805. American State Papers 14 1805-12-10
Wyandots and others. Communicated to the Senate, December 11, 1805. American State Papers 07 1805-12-11
Executive Journal. (Twenty-fourth session.) First session of the Ninth Congress, being the twenty-fourth executive session. US Senate Executive Journal 1805-12-11
Imported spirits admitted to entry in vessels under ninety gallons. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1805. American State Papers 14 1805-12-16
Contested election of Cowles Mead, a representative from Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 18, 1805. American State Papers 37 1805-12-18
Cumberland Road. Communicated to the Senate, December 19, 1805. American State Papers 37 1805-12-19
Cherokees and others. Communicated to the Senate, December 23, 1805. American State Papers 07 1805-12-23
Increase of the Navy, and statement of the materials on hand. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1805. American State Papers 23 1805-12-23
Application to confirm an Indian grant. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1805. American State Papers 28 1805-12-23
Land titles in the Michigan Territory. Communicated to Congress, December 23, 1805. American State Papers 28 1805-12-23
Drawback. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 24, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-12-24
Imports from Great Britain and her dependencies, for the years 1802, 3, and 4, which pay duties ad valorem, and the quantity of salt, rum, and nails, imported during the same time. Communicated to the Senate, December 27, 1805. American State Papers 14 1805-12-27
Repeal of the act authorizing evidences of public debt to be received in payment for lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 28, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-12-28
Balances due from states. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-12-31
Drawback. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1805. American State Papers 10 1805-12-31
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1805. American State Papers 23 1805-12-31
Land titles in the Territory of Orleans -- the culture of sugar -- and the endowment of public schools. Communicated to the Senate, December 31, 1805. American State Papers 28 1805-12-31
Application of Oliver Evans for an extension of his patent. Communicated to Congress, December 31, 1805. American State Papers 37 1805-12-31
The militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1806. American State Papers 16 1806-01-02
State courts vested with power to mitigate or remit forfeitures, penalties, and disabilities accruing under the revenue laws, in certain cases. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-01-02
Objections to the election of Michael Leib, a representative from Pennsylvania. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-01-06
Land claims in Mississippi. Communicated to the Senate, on the 7th of January, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-01-07
Register restored. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1806. American State Papers 14 1806-01-08
France. Communicated to Congress, January 10, 1806. American State Papers 02 1806-01-10
Fire arms. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1806. American State Papers 16 1806-01-11
Mint. Communicated to the Senate, January 15, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-01-15
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-01-16
Wyandots and others. Communicated to the Senate, January 16, 1806. American State Papers 07 1806-01-16
Great Britain and France. Communicated to Congress, January 17, 1806. American State Papers 02 1806-01-17
Ohio Company. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-01-17
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-01-20
Library of Congress. Communicated to the Senate, January 20, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-01-20
Protecting duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-01-21
Settlers in Randolph and St. Clair Counties, in Indiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-01-21
Bridge across the Potomac at Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-01-21
The Cherokees. Communicated to the Senate, January 24, 1806. American State Papers 07 1806-01-24
The City of Charleston authorized to impose and collect an additional tonnage duty, for the support of a marine hospital. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1806. American State Papers 14 1806-01-24
Application to confirm to certain Indians the lands they occupy in Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-01-24
Fortifications. Communicated to the Senate, January 28, 1806. American State Papers 16 1806-01-28
British restrictions on American commerce. Communicated to the Senate, January 28, 1806. American State Papers 14 1806-01-28
Estimate of the annual expense of supporting, in actual service, the whole naval force. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1806. American State Papers 23 1806-01-28
Condition of the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1806. American State Papers 23 1806-01-30
Remission of foreign tonnage duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 3d of February, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-02-03
Cultivation of the vine. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-02-03
Application to confirm an Indian grant. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-02-03
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 5, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-02-05
The Piankeshaws. Communicated to the Senate, February 7, 1806. American State Papers 07 1806-02-07
Port of entry at New Castle, Delaware. Communicated to the House of Representatives, Feb. 10, 1806. American State Papers 14 1806-02-10
Denmark -- Peter Landais. Reported on February 11, 1806. American State Papers 02 1806-02-11
Ransom from Indian captivity. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1806. American State Papers 36 1806-02-11
Disputed boundary between Georgia and North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 12, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-02-12
Slave trade. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-02-13
Extension of the right of suffrage, and the admission of slavery, for a limited time, in the Indiana Territory, and the division thereof. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-02-14
Fishing bounty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-02-17
Quarantine regulations. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1806. American State Papers 14 1806-02-17
Importation of slaves into the territories. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-02-17
Fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1806. American State Papers 16 1806-02-18
Expenditures of the Navy and Navy yards, for eight years. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1806. American State Papers 23 1806-02-18
Losses on a contract for erecting piers in the River Delaware. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1806. American State Papers 36 1806-02-19
Lewis and Clarke's Expedition. Communicated to Congress, February 19, 1806. American State Papers 07 1806-02-19
Journals of Congress under the Confederation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-02-19
Maritime regulations of Great Britain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, Feb. 20, 1806. American State Papers 14 1806-02-20
Tonnage for the year 1804. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1806. American State Papers 14 1806-02-21
Land claims in West Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 24, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-02-24
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-02-26
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1804. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1806. American State Papers 14 1806-02-26
Mediterranean fund applied to the building of ships of the line. Communicated to the Senate, February 26, 1806. American State Papers 23 1806-02-26
Error in the Treasury instructions to the land officers in the Northwestern Territory, relative to calculating the discount for prompt payment. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-02-26
Survey of the shoals of Cape Hatteras, Cape Lookout, and the Frying Pan. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1806. American State Papers 14 1806-02-27
Lands for support of schools in the Territory of Orleans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-02-27
Defalcation of a collector in Kentucky. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1806. American State Papers 36 1806-02-28
Claim of a mail contractor for additional allowance. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1806. American State Papers 27 1806-03-03
Commerce with Great Britain and her dependencies, and all parts of the world. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1806. American State Papers 14 1806-03-03
Protecting duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 4, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-03-04
Reimbursement of the cost of two piers erected in Merrimack River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 4, 1806. American State Papers 36 1806-03-04
Claims to land in and adjoining Natchez. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 4, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-03-04
France. Communicated to the Senate, March 5, 1806. American State Papers 02 1806-03-05
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 5th of March, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-03-05
American seamen impressed. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 8, 1806. American State Papers 02 1806-03-08
Claim of Caron de Beaumarchais. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 10, 1806. American State Papers 36 1806-03-10
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 11, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-03-11
Pre-emption rights in Indiana and Mississippi. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 11, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-03-11
School lands, surveys, and pre-emption rights in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 11, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-03-11
Reward to the inventor of a new method of mounting guns for fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1806. American State Papers 36 1806-03-17
Extension of patent rights. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-03-17
Land titles in Michigan Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, the 18th of March, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-03-18
Canal from the head to the foot of the rapids of the Ohio River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 19, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-03-19
Spain. Communicated to Congress, March 20, 1806. American State Papers 02 1806-03-20
Services of the Danish consul at Tripoli to the captive crew of the frigate Philadelphia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 5th and 20th, 1806. American State Papers 23 1806-03-20
Obstructions to the transmission of the mail from Athens, in Georgia, to New Orleans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 21, 1806. American State Papers 27 1806-03-21
Further encouragement to fishing vessels at Nantucket. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 21, 1806. American State Papers 14 1806-03-21
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. Communicated to the Senate, March 21, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-03-21
Application of purchasers of public lands for an extension of credit. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 22, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-03-22
Indemnity for loss sustained by the impressment of a vessel by the Bey of Tunis. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1806. American State Papers 36 1806-03-25
Foreign coins. Communicated to the Senate, March 26, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-03-26
Protection to the fisheries. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 26, 1806. American State Papers 14 1806-03-26
Marine hospital at Natchez. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 26, 1806. American State Papers 14 1806-03-26
Fishing bounty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 28, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-03-28
Military land warrants. Communicated to the Senate, the 28th of March, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-03-28
Claim of a postrider who was shot while carrying the mail in the Creek Nation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 29, 1806. American State Papers 36 1806-03-29
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 1, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-04-01
Pay of officers of the Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 1, 1806. American State Papers 16 1806-04-01
Indemnity for a house burnt while occupied as the War Department. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 1, 1806. American State Papers 36 1806-04-01
Books, draughts, and models, for the War Department. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 1, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-04-01
Claims to be paid under the convention with France, of the 30th April, 1803. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 2, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-04-02
Relief to a surety in a Custom house bond. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 2, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-04-02
The militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 2, 1806. American State Papers 16 1806-04-02
Payments made to American citizens under the convention with France, of the 30th April, 1803. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 22 and April 3, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-04-03
Claims in the districts of Vincennes and Kaskaskia, and the location of certain grants. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 5, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-04-05
Credit on public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 5, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-04-05
Consular services at Tunis. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 9, 1806. American State Papers 36 1806-04-09
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1805. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 9, 1806. American State Papers 14 1806-04-09
The militia. Communicated to Congress, April 11, 1806. American State Papers 16 1806-04-11
Claim of Caron de Beaumarchais. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 11, 1806. American State Papers 36 1806-04-11
Estimate for repairs of vessels, store rent, pay of armorers, freight, and contingent expenses for 1806. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 11, 1806. American State Papers 23 1806-04-11
Indemnity for the illegal capture and the subsequent loss of a ship and cargo, by a naval officer. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 12, 1806. American State Papers 36 1806-04-12
Tunis. Communicated to Congress, April 14, 1806. American State Papers 02 1806-04-14
Michigan Territory. Communicated to the Senate, on the 15th of April, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-04-15
Great Britain -- Ira Allen. Reported April 17, 1806. American State Papers 02 1806-04-17
Inquiry into the conduct of the Postmaster General. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 17, 1806. American State Papers 27 1806-04-17
Tripoli. Communicated to the Senate, December 11, 1805; January 13 and February 4, 1806; and November 11, 1807. American State Papers 02 1806-04-21
Naval peace establishment. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 19 and 21, 1806. American State Papers 23 1806-04-21
An alphabetical list of the Senators of the United States, from the commencement of the government to the termination of the Nineteenth Congress. US Senate Executive Journal 1806-04-21
Index to the second volume of the Executive Journal. Index 1806-04-21
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the second session of the Ninth Congress, begun and held in the City of Washington, December 1, 1806, and in the thirty-first year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1806-12-01
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the second session of the Ninth Congress, in the thirty-first year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1806-12-01
Spain. Communicated December 2, 1806. With the annual message at the commencement of the session. American State Papers 02 1806-12-02
Message of President Jefferson, communicated on Tuesday, December 2, 1806. American State Papers 01 1806-12-02
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, December 3, 1806. American State Papers 02 1806-12-03
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, December 8, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-12-08
Application for land on terms different from those established by law. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 8, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-12-08
Fortifications and gunboats. Communicated to the Senate, Dec. 15, 1806. American State Papers 16 1806-12-15
Executive Journal. (Twenty-fifth session.) US Senate Executive Journal 1806-12-15
Application for a pension by a dismissed officer. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1806. American State Papers 36 1806-12-16
Defence of the Mississippi against Spanish invasion. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 18, 1806. American State Papers 16 1806-12-18
Exploration of the western waters of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 22, 1806. American State Papers 37 1806-12-22
Public deposites in banks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-12-23
Land claims in the District of Vincennes. Communicated to Congress, December 23, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-12-23
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1805. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 24, 1806. American State Papers 14 1806-12-24
The Delawares. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 26, 1806. American State Papers 07 1806-12-26
Application for the sale of the reserved lands in Ohio. Communicated to the Senate, December 30, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-12-30
Virginia military land warrants. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 30, 1806. American State Papers 28 1806-12-30
Direct tax. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1806. American State Papers 10 1806-12-31
Land claims in the Michigan Territory. Communicated to Congress, January 2, 1807. American State Papers 28 1807-01-02
Land claims in the District of Vincennes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1807. American State Papers 28 1807-01-03
Highland Turnpike Company of New York. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-01-05
Claims barred by the statutes of limitation that ought to be paid. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1807. American State Papers 36 1807-01-06
Salt tax and the Mediterranean fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-01-07
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-01-08
Fortifications and gunboats. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 12, 1807. American State Papers 16 1807-01-12
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 12, 1807. American State Papers 23 1807-01-12
Gunboats. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 12, 1807. American State Papers 23 1807-01-12
Tonnage for the year 1805. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1807. American State Papers 14 1807-01-13
Defence of the Mississippi. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 15, 1807. American State Papers 16 1807-01-15
Protection of New Orleans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 15, 1807. American State Papers 23 1807-01-15
Application for an exchange of certain school lands in Ohio. Communicated to the Senate, January 15, 1807. American State Papers 28 1807-01-15
Slave trade. Communicated to the Senate, January 15, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-01-15
Colonization of people of color from Virginia. Communicated to the Senate, January 16, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-01-16
Progress of the Post Office Department from March 3, 1793, to January 12, 1807. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1807. American State Papers 27 1807-01-19
Arrears of pension overpaid. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1807. American State Papers 36 1807-01-19
Drawback. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-01-21
Slavery in the Indiana Territory. Communicated to the Senate, January 21, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-01-21
Burr's conspiracy. Communicated to Congress, January 22, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-01-22
Gratuities to the officers and men in the expedition to the Pacific Ocean, under Lewis and Clarke. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1807. American State Papers 16 1807-01-23
Canal from the head to the foot of the rapids of the Ohio River. Communicated to the Senate, January 24, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-01-24
Burr's conspiracy -- arrests. Communicated to Congress, on the 26th of January, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-01-26
Survey of the coast of North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1807. American State Papers 14 1807-01-27
Recognition of certain grants of lands made by Virginia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1807. American State Papers 28 1807-01-27
Burr's conspiracy. Communicated to Congress, January 28, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-01-28
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-01-29
Cumberland Road. Communicated to Congress, January 31, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-01-31
Land claimants under a proclamation of the King of Great Britain of 1763. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1807. American State Papers 28 1807-02-03
Indemnity to collectors. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-02-04
Collection districts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-02-04
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 5, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-02-05
Claim of Caron de Beaumarchais. Communicated to Congress, February 6, 1807. American State Papers 36 1807-02-06
Efficiency of gunboats in protecting ports and harbors. Communicated to Congress, February 10, 1807. American State Papers 23 1807-02-10
Burr's conspiracy. Communicated to Congress, February 10, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-02-10
The militia. Communicated to Congress, February 12, 1807. American State Papers 16 1807-02-12
Slavery in the Indiana Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 12th of February, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-02-12
Application to confirm an Indian grant. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1807. American State Papers 28 1807-02-17
Claim of the United States to lands in Tennessee. Communicated to the Senate, February 17, 1807. American State Papers 28 1807-02-17
Liability of ship owners for the acts of their masters. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1807. American State Papers 14 1807-02-18
Great Britain and France. Communicated to Congress, on the 19th of February, 1807. American State Papers 02 1807-02-19
Indemnity for loss sustained by the impressment of a vessel by the Bey of Tunis. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1807. American State Papers 36 1807-02-19
Burr's conspiracy -- his arrest. Communicated to Congress, February 19, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-02-19
Seamen and boys in the naval service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 20th of February, 1807. American State Papers 23 1807-02-20
Claim of Caron de Beaumarchais. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1807. American State Papers 36 1807-02-26
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1807. Communicated to the House of Representatives, Feb. 26, 1807. American State Papers 14 1807-02-26
Public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-02-28
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-03-03
Amendment to the Constitution -- judicial powers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-03-03
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America being the first session of the Tenth Congress, begun and held in the City of Washington, October 26, 1807, and in the thirty-second year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1807-10-26
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States at the first session of the Tenth Congress, in the thirty-second year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1807-10-26
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress by the message of October 27, 1807. American State Papers 03 1807-10-27
Message of President Jefferson, communicated on Tuesday, October 27, 1807. American State Papers 01 1807-10-27
Declaration of the people of Washington County, Mississippi, on the subject of British aggressions. Communicated to the Senate, on the 27th October, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-10-27
City of Washington-public buildings. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 28th of October, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-10-28
Defence of the port of New York. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 29th of October, 1807. American State Papers 16 1807-10-29
Additional appropriations for the naval service for the year 1807. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 5, 1807. American State Papers 23 1807-11-05
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, November 7, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-11-07
Contested election of William McCreery, a representative from Maryland. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 9, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-11-09
Executive Journal. (Twenty-sixth session.) US Senate Executive Journal 1807-11-09
Slavery in the Indiana Territory. Communicated to the Senate, November 13, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-11-13
Additional appropriations for the naval service for the year 1807. Communicated to the Senate, November 16, 1807. American State Papers 23 1807-11-16
Great Britain. Reported to the House of Representatives, November 17, 1807. American State Papers 03 1807-11-17
Great Britain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 19, 1807. American State Papers 03 1807-11-19
Establishment of a foundry, and the sale of arms to the States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 19, 1807. American State Papers 16 1807-11-19
Additional gunboats for protection of ports and harbors. Communicated to the Senate, November 20, 1807. American State Papers 23 1807-11-20
Burr's conspiracy-trial at Richmond, Virginia. Communicated to Congress, November 23, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-11-23
Fortifications and gunboats. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 24, 1807. American State Papers 16 1807-11-24
Condition of the naval force, and an increase of gunboats. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 30, 1807. American State Papers 23 1807-11-30
Increase of the Army, Marine Corps, and Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 2, 1807. American State Papers 16 1807-12-02
Protecting duties on paints. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 3, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-12-03
Fortifications and gunboats. Communicated to the Senate on the third of December, 1807. American State Papers 16 1807-12-03
Military force in 1807. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 3, 1807. American State Papers 16 1807-12-03
Protection to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 7, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-12-07
Extension of patent rights. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 7, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-12-07
Contested election of William McCreery, a representative from Maryland. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 7, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-12-07
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, December 8, 1807. American State Papers 03 1807-12-08
Fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 8, 1807. American State Papers 16 1807-12-08
Estimates for an Army of 32,800 men. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 9th of December, 1807. American State Papers 16 1807-12-09
Claim for advances on account of the frigate Alliance, in 1780. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 11, 1807. American State Papers 36 1807-12-11
Defects in the non-importation act. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 11th of December, 1807. American State Papers 14 1807-12-11
General view of the Navy and Marine Corps, with estimates of the expenses for maintaining the whole in service for one year. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 11, 1807. American State Papers 23 1807-12-11
Contested election of Philip Barton Key, a representative from Maryland. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 11, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-12-11
Claim of Caron de Beaumarchais. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 14, 1807. American State Papers 36 1807-12-14
Contested election of John Culpepper, a representative from North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 17, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-12-17
University of Vincennes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 17, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-12-17
Great Britain and France. Communicated to Congress, December 18, 1807. American State Papers 03 1807-12-18
Tripoli -- Hamet Caramalli. Reported to the House of Representatives, December 18, 1807. American State Papers 03 1807-12-18
Encouragement to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 18, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-12-18
Application of an alien for a patent right. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 18, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-12-18
Refugees from Canada and Nova Scotia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, Dec. 22, 1807. American State Papers 28 1807-12-22
Compensation of inspectors of the Customs. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-12-23
Indemnity for prizes taken, in 1779, by the frigate Alliance, and sent to Bergen, where they were restored to the enemy by the King of Denmark. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1807. American State Papers 36 1807-12-23
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 24, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-12-24
Tonnage for the year 1807. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 24, 1807. American State Papers 14 1807-12-24
Table of fees and compensation of the attorneys and officers, jurors and witnesses, of courts in each state. Communicated to the Senate, on the 28th of December, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-12-28
Mediterranean fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1807. American State Papers 10 1807-12-29
Pattawatamies and others. Communicated to Congress, on the 30th of December, 1807. American State Papers 07 1807-12-30
Burr's conspiracy -- John Smith, a senator from Ohio. Communicated to the Senate, December 31, 1807. American State Papers 37 1807-12-31
Mint. Communicated to the Senate, January 8, 1808. American State Papers 10 1808-01-08
Consular and other claims of Thomas Barclay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1808. American State Papers 36 1808-01-08
Compensation for pursuing and taking a mail robber. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1808. American State Papers 36 1808-01-09
Additional compensation to the commissioners on land claims west of Pearl River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1808. American State Papers 36 1808-01-11
Embargo. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1808. American State Papers 14 1808-01-11
Brigadier General James Wilkinson. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 11th of January, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-01-11
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 12, 1808. American State Papers 23 1808-01-12
The Ottawas and others. Communicated to the Senate on the 15th January, 1808. American State Papers 07 1808-01-15
The Choctaws. Communicated to the Senate, January 15, 1808. American State Papers 07 1808-01-15
Assays of foreign coins. Communicated to the Senate, January 19, 1808. American State Papers 10 1808-01-19
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1808. American State Papers 10 1808-01-19
Brigadier General James Wilkinson. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 20th of January, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-01-20
Encouragement to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1808. American State Papers 10 1808-01-21
Quantity and quality of public lands in the Orleans Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1808. American State Papers 28 1808-01-23
Indemnity for loss sustained by the insolvency of the marshal of Maryland. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1808. American State Papers 36 1808-01-30
The Choctaws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1808. American State Papers 07 1808-01-30
Ottawas and others. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1808. American State Papers 07 1808-01-30
Claim of Thomas Paine for Revolutionary services. Communicated to the Senate, February 1, 1808. American State Papers 36 1808-02-01
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1806. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1808. American State Papers 14 1808-02-02
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, February 4, 1808. American State Papers 03 1808-02-04
Drawback of duty on refined sugar. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1808. American State Papers 10 1808-02-04
Brigadier General James Wilkinson. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 4th of February, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-02-04
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 5, 1808. American State Papers 10 1808-02-05
Claimants under the Georgia grants. Communicated to the Senate, February 5, 1808. American State Papers 28 1808-02-05
Reimbursement to purchasers of real estate sold under execution for the benefit of the United States, the title to which afterwards proved defective. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-02-05
Non-intercourse with St. Domingo. Communicated to the Senate, February 10, 1808. American State Papers 14 1808-02-10
Extension of credit for duties on imports, and alterations in the embargo laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1808. American State Papers 14 1808-02-11
Indemnity for the illegal capture and subsequent loss of a ship and cargo by a naval officer. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1808. American State Papers 36 1808-02-17
Cumberland Road. Communicated to Congress, February 19, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-02-19
Alteration proposed in surveying the public lands in Orleans Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1808. American State Papers 28 1808-02-22
Slave trade. Communicated to the Senate, February 23, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-02-23
Contested election of Philip Barton Key, a representative from Maryland. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 24, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-02-24
Claims of certain inhabitants of Knox County, Kentucky, for property destroyed by military force. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1808. American State Papers 36 1808-02-25
Increase of the Army. Communicated to Congress on the 26th of February, 1808. American State Papers 16 1808-02-26
Pre-emption rights west of Pearl River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 27th of February, 1808. American State Papers 28 1808-02-27
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1807. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1808. American State Papers 14 1808-03-01
Registered seamen for the years 1806 and 1807. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1808. American State Papers 14 1808-03-01
Great Britain -- impressed American seamen. Communicated to the Senate, March 2, 1808. American State Papers 03 1808-03-02
Punishment of conspirators. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-03-02
Public ground in and adjacent to the City of New Orleans. Communicated to Congress, March 7, 1808. American State Papers 28 1808-03-07
Land claims in the Michigan Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 7, 1808. American State Papers 28 1808-03-07
Cumberland Road. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 8, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-03-08
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 9, 1808. American State Papers 10 1808-03-09
The Cherokees. Communicated to the Senate, March 10, 1808. American State Papers 07 1808-03-10
Compensation to the persons engaged in the several exploring expeditions under Captain Pike. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 10, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-03-10
France and Spain. Communicated to Congress, March 17, 1808. American State Papers 03 1808-03-17
Military Academy. Communicated to Congress, March 18, 1808. American State Papers 16 1808-03-18
Claims for exploring a route for a post road from the City of Washington to New Orleans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 18, 1808. American State Papers 36 1808-03-18
The militia. Communicated to Congress, March 25, 1808. American State Papers 16 1808-03-25
Sites for fortifications. Communicated to Congress on the 25th of March, 1808. American State Papers 16 1808-03-25
City of Washington -- public buildings. Communicated to Congress, March 25, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-03-25
Cherokees and Sioux. Communicated to the Senate, March 29, 1808. American State Papers 07 1808-03-29
Conflicting claims under the convention with France, of the 30th April, 1803. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 5, 1808. American State Papers 10 1808-04-05
Roads and canals. Communicated to the Senate, April 6, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-04-06
Burr's conspiracy-letters from M. Nimmo and Jno. Smith. Communicated to the Senate, April 8, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-04-08
Complaint of the Legislature of the Mississippi Territory against Peter B. Bruin, judge of that territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 11, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-04-11
Application for a division of the Indiana Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 11, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-04-11
The Sioux. Communicated to the Senate, April 13, 1808. American State Papers 07 1808-04-13
Public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 14, 1808. American State Papers 10 1808-04-14
Slave trade. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 18, 1808. American State Papers 14 1808-04-18
Inquiry into the conduct of Harry Innis [i.e., Innes], district judge of the United States for the District of Kentucky. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 19, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-04-19
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the Senate on the 20th of April, 1808. American State Papers 10 1808-04-20
Embargo. Communicated to the Senate, April 21, 1808. American State Papers 14 1808-04-21
Pay and rations of the several officers of the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 21, 1808. American State Papers 23 1808-04-21
City of Washington -- public buildings. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 21, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-04-21
Claims of certain subjects of Great Britain to lands in the Territory of Mississippi. Communicated to Congress, April 22, 1808. American State Papers 28 1808-04-22
Claim to bounty land for military service rendered to the State of Virginia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 23, 1808. American State Papers 28 1808-04-23
Algiers. Communicated to Congress on the 10th and 16th of February, 1808. (Reported on April 25, 1808.) American State Papers 03 1808-04-25
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, March 22 and 30, 1810. American State Papers 03 1808-04-25
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 25, 1808. American State Papers 10 1808-04-25
Salt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1809. American State Papers 14 1808-04-25
Brigadier General James Wilkinson. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 25, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-04-25
Claim for demurrage and expenses of a vessel chartered by the United States, and captured for want of necessary documents. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 5, 1808. American State Papers 36 1808-11-07
Land claims in the District of Kaskaskias. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 7, 1808. American State Papers 28 1808-11-07
Pre-emption titles in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the Senate, November 7, 1808. American State Papers 28 1808-11-07
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the second session of the Tenth Congress, begun and held in the City of Washington, November 7, 1808, and in the thirty-third year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1808-11-07
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States at the second session of the Tenth Congress in the thirty-third year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1808-11-07
France. Communicated to Congress, November 8, 1808. American State Papers 03 1808-11-08
Message of President Jefferson, communicated on Tuesday, November 8, 1808. American State Papers 01 1808-11-08
Executive Journal. (Twenty-seventh session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1808-11-08
Extension of credit on duty bonds. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 18th November, 1808. American State Papers 14 1808-11-18
Protection to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 21, 1808. American State Papers 10 1808-11-21
Pre-emption titles in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 21, 1808. American State Papers 28 1808-11-21
Great Britain and France. Reported to the House of Representatives, November 22, 1808. American State Papers 03 1808-11-22
Instructions of Massachusetts to her delegation in Congress to procure a repeal of the embargo laws. Communicated to the Senate, November 25, 1808. American State Papers 14 1808-11-25
Insurrectionary combinations in the neighborhood of Lake Champlain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 30, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-11-30
Revenue cutters. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 2, 1808. American State Papers 10 1808-12-02
Embargo laws. Communicated to the Senate, December 8, 1808. American State Papers 14 1808-12-08
Increase of the officers, seamen, and marines. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 10, 1808. American State Papers 23 1808-12-10
Cumberland Road. Communicated to Congress, December 13, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-12-13
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, December 16, 1808. American State Papers 10 1808-12-16
Compensation to persons engaged in the several exploring expeditions under Captain Pike. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-12-16
Fifty thousand volunteers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 26, 1808. American State Papers 16 1808-12-26
Further compensation to the witnesses on the trial of Aaron Burr, at Richmond, in 1807. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1808. American State Papers 36 1808-12-27
Tonnage for the year 1807. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1808. American State Papers 14 1808-12-27
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1808. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1808. American State Papers 14 1808-12-27
Great Britain, France, and Spain. Communicated to Congress, December 28, 1808. American State Papers 03 1808-12-28
Great Britain and France. Communicated to Congress, on the 30th of December, 1808. American State Papers 03 1808-12-30
The Alabamas and Choctaws. Communicated to Congress, Dec. 30, 1808. American State Papers 07 1808-12-30
Approval of North Carolina of the measures of the federal government on foreign aggressions. Communicated to the Senate, December 30, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-12-30
Division of Indiana into two territories. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1808. American State Papers 37 1808-12-31
The militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1809. American State Papers 16 1809-01-03
Increase of the officers, seamen, and marines. Communicated to the Senate, January 3, 1809. American State Papers 23 1809-01-03
Mint. Communicated to the Senate, January 5, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-01-05
Sick and disabled seamen. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1809. American State Papers 14 1809-01-05
Land claims in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1809. American State Papers 28 1809-01-05
Fortifications. Communicated to Congress, January 6, 1809. American State Papers 16 1809-01-06
Annual receipts for seventeen years. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-01-07
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-01-13
Relief to purchasers, reduction of the price, and repeal of the credit system, in the sale of public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1809. American State Papers 28 1809-01-19
Disagreement of the Senate and House of Representatives on the bill providing for an increase of the officers, seamen, and marines. Communicated to the Senate, January 23, 1809. American State Papers 23 1809-01-23
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1809. American State Papers 23 1809-01-24
Bonds required for enrolled or licensed vessels. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1809. American State Papers 14 1809-01-25
Improvement of the navigation of the Catawba and Wateree Rivers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1809. American State Papers 37 1809-01-26
Claims for property destroyed by military force. Communicated to the Senate, January 30, 1809. American State Papers 36 1809-01-30
Claim of Thomas Paine for Revolutionary services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1809. American State Papers 36 1809-02-01
Naturalized seamen registered. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1809. American State Papers 14 1809-02-04
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 6, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-02-06
Embargo. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1809. American State Papers 14 1809-02-06
Fortifications. Communicated to the Senate, February 9, 1809. American State Papers 16 1809-02-09
Allowances to fishing vessels. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-02-10
Reclaimed lands in the Orleans Territory. Communicated to the Senate, February 13, 1809. American State Papers 28 1809-02-13
Marine Hospital Fund. Communicated to the Senate, on the 14th February, 1809. American State Papers 14 1809-02-14
Increase of the Marine Corps. Communicated to the Senate, Feb. 14, 1809. American State Papers 23 1809-02-14
Accountability of disbursing officers. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 15th of February, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-02-15
Cumberland Road. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 16, 1809. American State Papers 37 1809-02-16
Drawback of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 16, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-02-16
Trading houses. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1809. American State Papers 07 1809-02-17
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-02-18
Treaty of Brownstown. Communicated to the Senate, February 18, 1809. American State Papers 07 1809-02-18
Extra allowances to the commander-in-chief of the Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-02-22
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1807. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1809. American State Papers 14 1809-02-22
Accountability in the Navy Department. Communicated to the Senate, February 25, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-02-25
The militia. Communicated to Congress, February 25, 1809. American State Papers 16 1809-02-25
Military bounty land warrants fraudulently obtained. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1809. American State Papers 28 1809-02-27
Remonstrance of Massachusetts against the embargo laws. Communicated to the Senate, February 27, 1809. American State Papers 14 1809-02-27
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, November 8, 1808, January 17 and 30, 1809, and June 16, 1809. American State Papers 03 1809-03-03
Spain. Reported to the House of Representatives, November 16, 1808, and June 9, 1809. American State Papers 03 1809-03-03
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the Senate on the 3d of March, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-03-03
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-03-03
Balances due from individuals on the 30th June, 1808. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-03-03
Violation of the act prohibiting the importation of slaves. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 22, 1809. American State Papers 38 1809-03-03
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the first session of the First to the second session of the Tenth Congress, inclusive: commencing March 3, 1789, and ending March 3, 1809. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Walter Lowrie, Secretary of the Senate, and Walter S. Franklin, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume [I. Miscellaneous.] American State Papers 37 1809-03-03
Index to Miscellaneous. Volume I. American State Papers 37 1809-03-03
Executive Journal. (Twenty-ninth session.) The proceedings of a session specially called, on Saturday, March 4th, 1809. US Senate Executive Journal 1809-03-04
Inaugural speech of President Madison, delivered at a special session of the Senate, on Saturday, March 4, 1809. American State Papers 01 1809-05-22
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the first session of the Eleventh Congress, begun and held in the City of Washington, May 22d, 1809, and in the thirty-third year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1809-05-22
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the first session of the Eleventh Congress, in the thirty-third year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1809-05-22
Message of President Madison, communicated on Tuesday, May 23, 1809. American State Papers 01 1809-05-23
Embargo. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 25, 1809. American State Papers 14 1809-05-25
Condition and disposition of the naval force. Communicated to the Senate, May 25, 1809. American State Papers 23 1809-05-25
Executive Journal. (Thirtieth session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1809-05-29
Collectors credited for allowances to fishing vessels. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 31, 1809. American State Papers 14 1809-05-31
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate on the 2d of June, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-06-02
Modification of the laws relative to the military establishment. Communicated to the Senate, June 6, 1809. American State Papers 16 1809-06-06
Fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 6, 1809. American State Papers 16 1809-06-06
Protection to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 7, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-06-07
Contested election of William Baylies, a representative from Massachusetts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 8, 1809. American State Papers 38 1809-06-08
Gunboats, pay of officers, and commissions to Navy agents. Communicated to the Senate, June 8, 1809. American State Papers 23 1809-06-08
Gunboats. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 8, 1809. American State Papers 23 1809-06-08
Protest of Pennsylvania against the decision of the Supreme Court in the case of Gideon Olmstead. Communicated to the Senate, June 11, 1809. American State Papers 38 1809-06-11
Land in the City of New Orleans, called the "Batture." Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 12, 1809. American State Papers 29 1809-06-12
Repairing frigates; expenses of keeping in service each class of vessels; and a comparative statement of the cost of building and maintaining in service a frigate and gunboat. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 12, 1809. American State Papers 23 1809-06-12
Remission of forfeiture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 14, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-06-14
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, May 23 and June 16, 1809. American State Papers 03 1809-06-16
Arrears of pay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 16, 1809. American State Papers 36 1809-06-16
Loan office certificates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 17, 1809. American State Papers 36 1809-06-17
Contested election of William Baylies, a representative from Massachusetts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 21, 1809. American State Papers 38 1809-06-21
Interdiction of foreign armed vessels. Reported to the Senate, June 23, 1809. American State Papers 03 1809-06-23
Powers of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 23, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-06-23
Russia. Communicated to the Senate, June 26, 1809. American State Papers 03 1809-06-26
Great Britain. Communicated November 29, 1809; December 12 and December 16, 1809; and May 1, 1810. American State Papers 03 1809-06-28
Application of a committee of the Baptist Church at Salem, Mississippi for the land on which the church stands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 6, 1808. American State Papers 38 1809-11-27
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the second session of the Eleventh Congress, begun and held in the City of Washington, November 27th, 1809, and in the thirty-fourth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1809-11-27
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the second session of the Eleventh Congress, in the thirty-fourth year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1809-11-27
Message of President Madison, communicated on Wednesday, Nov. 29, 1809. American State Papers 01 1809-11-29
Condition of the naval force, and the application of appropriations made for the naval service and Marine Corps. Communicated to Congress, December 5, 1809. American State Papers 23 1809-12-05
Executive Journal. (Thirty-first session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1809-12-05
Claim of the corporation and inhabitants of the City of New Orleans to the land called the "Batture." Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 7, 1809. American State Papers 29 1809-12-07
State of the finances. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 8, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-12-08
Assays of foreign coins. Communicated to the Senate, December 12, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-12-12
Tonnage for the year 1808. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 12, 1809. American State Papers 14 1809-12-12
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 13, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-12-13
Further proceedings of Pennsylvania in relation to the decision of the Supreme Court, in the case of Gideon Olmstead. Communicated to the Senate, December 19, 1809. American State Papers 38 1809-12-19
Fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 21, 1809. American State Papers 16 1809-12-21
Indemnity for a house burnt while in public service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 21, 1809. American State Papers 36 1809-12-21
Contested election of Jonathan Jennings, a delegate from the Indiana Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 22, 1809. American State Papers 38 1809-12-22
City of Washington -- public buildings. Communicated to Congress, December 22, 1809. American State Papers 38 1809-12-22
Delawares and others. Communicated to the Senate, December 22, 1809. American State Papers 07 1809-12-22
Direct tax. Communicated to the Senate, December 28, 1809. American State Papers 10 1809-12-28
Breach of privileges -- assault. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1809. American State Papers 38 1809-12-29
Error in entering lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-01-03
20,000 volunteers and a detachment of 100,000 militia. Communicated to Congress, January 3, 1810. American State Papers 16 1810-01-03
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1808. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1810. American State Papers 14 1810-01-05
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1810. American State Papers 23 1810-01-06
Officers and cadets of the Military Academy. Communicated to the Senate, January 8, 1810. American State Papers 16 1810-01-08
Mint. Communicated to the Senate, January 10, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-01-10
The Kickapoos. Communicated to the Senate, January 10, 1810. American State Papers 07 1810-01-10
Remission of forfeiture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-01-11
Claim of the widow of Colonel Alexander Hamilton for commutation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-01-11
Russia, &c. -- Blockade of the Baltic. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 12, 1810. American State Papers 03 1810-01-12
Denmark. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 12, 1810. American State Papers 03 1810-01-12
Grant to Daniel Boone. Communicated to the Senate, January 12, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-01-12
Remission of forfeiture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-01-16
Military bounty land warrants fraudulently obtained. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-01-16
Horse killed in the military service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-01-16
The Osages. Communicated to the Senate, January 16, 1810. American State Papers 07 1810-01-16
Application for a donation of land to a seminary of learning in Virginia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-01-19
Application to confirm an Indian grant. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-01-20
Expenses of intercourse with the Barbary powers. Communicated to the Senate, January 22, 1810. American State Papers 38 1810-01-22
Military services and expenditures. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 23d January, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-01-23
Instructions to collectors relative to private armed vessels. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1810. American State Papers 14 1810-01-24
Defalcation of the collector of New Orleans, and the claim of T. Pickering, late Secretary of State. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-01-30
Half-pay for life in lieu of five years' full pay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-01-31
Maritime jurisdiction. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1810. American State Papers 03 1810-02-01
Military force and its disposition in 1810. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1810. American State Papers 16 1810-02-01
District of Columbia -- banks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1810. American State Papers 38 1810-02-02
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 5, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-02-05
Indemnity for prizes taken in 1779 by the frigate Alliance, and sent to Bergen, where they were restored to the enemy by the King of Denmark. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-02-05
Spain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1810. American State Papers 03 1810-02-09
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1809. Communicated to the House of Representatives, Feb. 9, 1810. American State Papers 14 1810-02-09
France and Great Britain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1810. American State Papers 03 1810-02-19
Mediterranean fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 19, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-02-19
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-02-19
Arms sold to the states. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 20, 1810. American State Papers 16 1810-02-20
Allowance of drawback. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-02-21
Remission of forfeiture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-02-21
Revision of the Post Office laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1810. American State Papers 27 1810-02-22
General Arthur St. Clair for advances made during the Revolution. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-02-23
Instructions to collectors, under the act to interdict commercial intercourse with Great Britain and France. Communicated to the Senate, February 23, 1810. American State Papers 14 1810-02-23
Use of the torpedo in the defence of ports and harbors. Communicated to the Senate, February 26, 1810. American State Papers 23 1810-02-26
Navy hospitals. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1810. American State Papers 23 1810-02-26
Account of bills of credit, and other printing executed under resolves of the Revolutionary Congress. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1810. American State Papers 38 1810-02-27
Armory and arsenal at Springfield. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 28th of February, 1810. American State Papers 16 1810-02-28
Horse impressed in the military service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-02-28
Land in the City of New Orleans, called the "Batture." Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-03-01
Land in the City of New Orleans, called the Batture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-03-01
Masts, spars, and other materials furnished the Navy yard at Washington. Communicated to the Senate, March 1, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-03-01
Indemnity for the capture of a British vessel within the limits of the United States, by a French cruiser, in 1793. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-03-02
The militia. Communicated to the Senate, March 6, 1810. American State Papers 16 1810-03-06
Naturalized seamen registered. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 10, 1810. American State Papers 14 1810-03-10
Application for the admission of the Territory of Orleans into the Union as a state. Communicated to the Senate, March 12, 1810. American State Papers 38 1810-03-12
Defects in the Quartermaster's Department. Communicated to the Senate, March 12, 1810. American State Papers 16 1810-03-12
Military bounty land warrants fraudulently obtained. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 13, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-03-13
Indemnity for Indian depredations. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 14th of March, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-03-14
Diplomatic services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 14, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-03-14
The Osages. Communicated to the Senate, March 14, 1810. American State Papers 07 1810-03-14
Application to locate a land warrant issued by the British government. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 15, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-03-15
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 16, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-03-16
Reservation of land to the Baptist Society of Salem, in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 16, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-03-16
Forfeiture relinquished. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-03-17
Recognition of a donation right in the district east of Pearl River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 20, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-03-20
Claim for expenses and pension on account of a wound received in the naval service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 20, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-03-20
Loans and additional duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 21, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-03-21
The militia. Communicated to Congress, March 21, 1810. American State Papers 16 1810-03-21
Balances and unsettled accounts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 23, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-03-23
Claim of a mail carrier for a disability contracted in the discharge of his duty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 23, 1810. American State Papers 27 1810-03-23
Pre-emption right granted. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 27, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-03-27
Land claims in the District of Vincennes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 27, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-03-27
Land claims in the district east of Pearl River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 27, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-03-27
Claim of Commodore Whipple for Revolutionary services and sacrifices. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 27, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-03-27
Establishment of a first meridian for the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 28, 1810. American State Papers 38 1810-03-28
The militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 29, 1810. American State Papers 16 1810-03-29
Denmark. Communicated to the Senate, April 2, 1810. American State Papers 03 1810-04-02
Application of the religious order of La Trappe for a confirmation of its right to a tract of land, and an extension of credit on the purchase of other lands. Communicated to the Senate, April 2, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-04-02
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the Senate on the 4th of April, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-04-04
Great Britain. -- American seamen. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 5, 1810. American State Papers 03 1810-04-05
Military and naval expenses from 1789 to 1810. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 5, 1810. American State Papers 16 1810-04-05
Remission of penalties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 7, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-04-07
Claims for services and expenses in assisting to enforce the embargo laws in Massachusetts, in 1809. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 9, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-04-09
Trading houses. Communicated to the Senate, April 14, 1810. American State Papers 07 1810-04-14
Claim of a collector for money lost by mail. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 16, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-04-16
Revenue bonds outstanding. Communicated to the Senate, April 17, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-04-17
Receipts and public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 17, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-04-17
Application for the publication of the laws in the Michigan Territory in the French language. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 18, 1810. American State Papers 38 1810-04-18
Manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 19, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-04-19
Boundary between Georgia and North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 26, 1810. American State Papers 38 1810-04-26
Mortality in the troops at New Orleans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 27, 1810. American State Papers 16 1810-04-27
Consuls and commercial agents. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 27, 1810. American State Papers 14 1810-04-27
Claims barred by the statutes of limitation. Communicated to the Senate, April 28, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-04-28
View of the Post Office establishment from 1789 to 1809. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 30, 1810. American State Papers 27 1810-04-30
France. Communicated to Congress, November 29, 1809; February 19 and May 1, 1810. American State Papers 03 1810-05-01
Brigadier General James Wilkinson. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 1, 1810. American State Papers 38 1810-05-01
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the third session of the Eleventh Congress, begun and held in the City of Washington, December 3d, 1810, and in the thirty-fifth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1810-12-03
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the third session of the Eleventh Congress, in the Thirty-fifth year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1810-12-03
Tunis. (The following documents were communicated to Congress by the President's message of December 5, 1810.) American State Papers 03 1810-12-05
Message of President Madison, communicated on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 1810. American State Papers 01 1810-12-05
Approval of Pennsylvania of the measures of the federal government on foreign affairs. Communicated to the Senate, December 10, 1810. American State Papers 38 1810-12-10
Executive Journal. (Thirty-second session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1810-12-10
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, December 12, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-12-12
Application to confirm an entry made at the land office at Marietta. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 12, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-12-12
Relief of distressed seamen in the ports of Europe. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 12, 1810. American State Papers 14 1810-12-12
Claims barred by the statutes of limitation. Communicated to the Senate, December 13, 1810. American State Papers 36 1810-12-13
The militia. Communicated to the Senate, December 14, 1810. American State Papers 16 1810-12-14
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 17, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-12-17
Condition of the Navy. Communicated to the Senate, December 17, 1810. American State Papers 23 1810-12-17
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, December 18, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-12-18
Relief of distressed seamen in the ports of Europe. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 19, 1810. American State Papers 14 1810-12-19
Illinois and Wabash Land Companies. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 21st of December, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-12-21
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, December 24, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-12-24
Land claimants under a proclamation of the King of Great Britain of 1763. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 24, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-12-24
Non-intercourse. Communicated to the Senate, December 24, 1810. American State Papers 14 1810-12-24
Assays of foreign coins. Communicated to the Senate, December 27, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-12-27
Currency of foreign coins. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1810. American State Papers 10 1810-12-27
Virginia military land warrants. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 28, 1810. American State Papers 29 1810-12-28
France. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1810. American State Papers 03 1810-12-29
Land claims in the District of Kaskaskia. Communicated to the Senate, January 2, 1811. American State Papers 29 1811-01-02
Spain -- Florida. Communicated to Congress by the public message of December 5, 1810, and the confidential message of January 3, 1811. American State Papers 03 1811-01-03
Claim to a donation right in the district east of Pearl River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1811. American State Papers 29 1811-01-03
Claims of an officer in the Army after his commission had expired. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1811. American State Papers 36 1811-01-03
Tonnage for the year 1809. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1811. American State Papers 14 1811-01-03
Mint. Communicated to the Senate, January 7, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-01-07
Provision for making the roads designated by the Treaty of Brownstown, and disposing of the lands acquired by said treaty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-01-07
Reimbursement of expenses incurred by wounds received in the Revolution. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1811. American State Papers 36 1811-01-07
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, January 8, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-01-08
Settlers on the public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1811. American State Papers 29 1811-01-09
Admission of the Mississippi Territory into the Union. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-01-09
Spain. Communicated to Congress, January 10, 1811. American State Papers 03 1811-01-10
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-01-10
Accounts of Major General Anthony Wayne. Communicated to the Senate, January 10, 1811. American State Papers 36 1811-01-10
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-01-11
List of patentees. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-01-14
Relief of destitute seamen in foreign ports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1811. American State Papers 14 1811-01-14
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1811. American State Papers 23 1811-01-14
Middlesex Canal. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 15, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-01-15
Road from Vincennes, Indiana, towards Dayton, Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-01-17
Site for the Town of Pulaski, in Tennessee. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1811. American State Papers 29 1811-01-18
Estimate for fortifications for the year 1811. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1811. American State Papers 16 1811-01-18
Application to amend the act continuing certain patent rights to Oliver Evans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-01-19
Depreciation, arrears of pay, commutation, and bounty lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1811. American State Papers 36 1811-01-19
Encouragement to manufactures. Communicated to the Senate, January 22, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-01-22
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 22, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-01-22
Site for the seat of government of the Indiana Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1811. American State Papers 29 1811-01-23
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-01-24
Gratuity for Revolutionary sufferings. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1811. American State Papers 36 1811-01-24
The purchase and fitting up a building for the accommodation of the Post Office Department and Patent Office. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 25th of January, 1811. American State Papers 27 1811-01-25
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-01-26
Extension of time for the payment for public lands. Communicated to the Senate, January 28, 1811. American State Papers 29 1811-01-28
Extension of patent rights. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-01-28
Illinois and Wabash Land Companies. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 30th of January, 1811. American State Papers 29 1811-01-30
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the Senate on the 31st of January, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-01-31
Protection to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-01-31
Remonstrance against the delivery of letters, papers, and packets, at the post offices, on the Sabbath. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1811. American State Papers 27 1811-01-31
Claims of a naval officer of the Revolution. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1811. American State Papers 36 1811-02-01
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 4, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-02-04
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the Senate on the 4th of February, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-02-04
Survey of the coasts of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, February 4, 1811. American State Papers 14 1811-02-04
Survey of the coast of Louisiana. Communicated to the Senate, February 4, 1811. American State Papers 14 1811-02-04
British customs on American productions. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1811. American State Papers 14 1811-02-04
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the Senate on the 5th of February, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-02-05
Encouragement to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-02-05
District of Columbia -- banks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-02-05
Increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-02-06
Lands for the support of religion in Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1811. American State Papers 29 1811-02-06
Defects in the system of gauging, as practised at the Custom houses. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-02-07
Provision for paying certain claims barred by the statutes of limitation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1811. American State Papers 36 1811-02-07
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1809. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1811. American State Papers 14 1811-02-07
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1810. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1811. American State Papers 14 1811-02-07
Compensation made to G.W. Erving, for attending the Board of Commissioners under the 7th article of the treaty with Great Britain, of the 19th November, 1794. Communicated to the Senate, February 11, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-02-11
Naturalized seamen registered. Communicated to the Senate, Feb. 12, 1811. American State Papers 14 1811-02-12
Navy hospitals. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 12, 1811. American State Papers 23 1811-02-12
Experiments on the practical use of the torpedo. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1811. American State Papers 23 1811-02-14
Land claims in the District of Kaskaskia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1811. American State Papers 29 1811-02-15
Application for a revision of the patent laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-02-15
Approval by Ohio of the measures of the federal government. Communicated to the Senate, February 16, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-02-16
National university. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-02-18
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, December 5, 1810; and January 12 and February 19, 1811. American State Papers 03 1811-02-19
France. (The following documents were transmitted to Congress by the President's messages of December 5, 1810; and January 14, January 31, and February 19, 1811.) American State Papers 03 1811-02-19
Relanding of goods shipped for exportation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1811. American State Papers 14 1811-02-19
The militia. Communicated to Congress, February 20, 1811. American State Papers 16 1811-02-20
President Madison's objections to the bill "Incorporating the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Town of Alexandria, in the District of Columbia." Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-02-21
Culture of hemp. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1811. American State Papers 23 1811-02-21
President Madison's objections to the "Bill for the Relief of Richard Tervin, William Coleman, Edwin Lewis, Samuel Mims, Joseph Wilson, and the Baptist Church at Salem Meeting-House, in the Mississippi Territory." Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-02-28
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the Senate on the 2d of March, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-03-02
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-03-02
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-03-02
Fines, penalties, and forfeitures, for violations of the embargo and non-intercourse laws, and the expenses of prosecutions. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-03-02
Expenses of armories, and arms manufactured in 1810. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1811. American State Papers 16 1811-03-02
Claims of Brigadier General Wilkinson, for disbursements. Communicated to the Senate, March 2, 1811. American State Papers 36 1811-03-02
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the first session of the Twelfth Congress, begun and held in the City of Washington, November 4th, 1811, and in the thirty-sixth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1811-11-04
Second volume of the Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States at the first session of the Twelfth Congress. US House Journal 1811-11-04
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the first session of the Twelfth Congress, in the Thirty-sixth year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1811-11-04
Denmark. Communicated to Congress by the President's message of November 5, 1811. American State Papers 03 1811-11-05
Message of President Madison, communicated on Tuesday, November 5, 1811. American State Papers 01 1811-11-05
Executive Journal. Thirty-third session. US Senate Executive Journal 1811-11-13
Application to annex West Florida to the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 20, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-11-20
Contested election of John P. Hungerford, a representative from Virginia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 21, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-11-21
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, November 25, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-11-25
Virginia military land warrants. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 26th of November, 1811. American State Papers 29 1811-11-26
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 27, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-11-27
Provision for making the roads designated by the treaty of Brownstown. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 28, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-11-28
Great Britain. Reported to Congress, November 29, 1811. American State Papers 03 1811-11-29
Assays of foreign coins. Communicated to the Senate on the 29th of November, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-11-29
Evasions of the Non-Importation Act. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 2d of December, 1811. American State Papers 14 1811-12-02
Extension of time to complete payment for public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 5, 1811. American State Papers 29 1811-12-05
Site for the water-works at New Orleans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 5, 1811. American State Papers 29 1811-12-05
Union Canal in Pennsylvania. Communicated to the Senate, December 6, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-12-06
Encouragement to the culture of hemp. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 7, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-12-07
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 9, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-12-09
Spain. Reported to Congress, December 10, 1811. American State Papers 03 1811-12-10
Sea letters. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 10, 1811. American State Papers 14 1811-12-10
Certain imported articles of copper not liable to duty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 11th December, 1811. American State Papers 14 1811-12-11
Complaint against Harry Toulmin, one of the judges of the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-12-16
Cannon, small arms, and other munitions. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1811. American State Papers 16 1811-12-16
Tonnage for the year 1810. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1811. American State Papers 14 1811-12-16
Land claims in the District of Kaskaskia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 17, 1811. American State Papers 29 1811-12-17
Admission of the Mississippi Territory into the Union. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 17, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-12-17
Fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 17, 1811. American State Papers 16 1811-12-17
Increase of the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 17, 1811. American State Papers 23 1811-12-17
Northwestern tribes. Communicated to Congress, December 19, 1811. American State Papers 07 1811-12-19
Statutes of limitation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 21, 1811. American State Papers 36 1811-12-21
Protection to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-12-23
Remonstrance against extending certain patents granted to Robert Fulton. Communicated to the Senate, December 23, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-12-23
New York canals. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-12-23
New York canals. Communicated to the Congress, December 24, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-12-24
Approval of the measures of the federal government by Pennsylvania. Communicated to the Congress, December 27, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-12-27
Northwestern frontier. Communicated to the Senate, December 27, 1811. American State Papers 07 1811-12-27
Compensation of revenue officers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 30, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-12-30
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 30, 1811. American State Papers 10 1811-12-30
Approval of the measures of the federal government by the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the Senate, December 30, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-12-30
Approval of the measures of the federal government by North Carolina. Communicated to the Senate, December 31, 1811. American State Papers 38 1811-12-31
Sunday mails. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1812. American State Papers 27 1812-01-03
Improvement in lighting light houses. Communicated to the House of Representatives, Jan. 3, 1812. American State Papers 14 1812-01-03
Compensation of revenue officers. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 6th of January, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-01-06
Vessels repaired, and the expenses incurred, from 1st January, 1802, to 1st October, 1811. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1812. American State Papers 23 1812-01-06
Mint. Communicated to the Senate, January 7, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-01-07
Provision for the officers and soldiers wounded, and the families of those killed, in the engagement with the Indians on the Wabash, in 1811. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1812. American State Papers 16 1812-01-08
Land claims in the eastern district of the Orleans Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-01-09
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1812. American State Papers 23 1812-01-10
Public deposites in banks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-01-13
Trade. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1812. American State Papers 07 1812-01-16
Increase of revenue. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-01-20
List of patentees. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-01-21
Imports of spirits from other materials than grain. Communicated to the Senate, January 21, 1812. American State Papers 14 1812-01-21
Approval of the measures of the federal government by New Jersey. Communicated to Congress, January 22, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-01-22
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1811. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1812. American State Papers 14 1812-01-23
Protection to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-01-29
Additional military force. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1812. American State Papers 16 1812-01-31
Invalid pension. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1812. American State Papers 36 1812-01-31
Protection to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-02-03
Approval of the measures of the federal government by Virginia. Communicated to the Senate, February 3, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-02-03
Cumberland Road. Communicated to Congress, February 3, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-02-03
New York canals. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-02-03
Claim of the bearer of a flag of truce sent by General Wayne to the hostile Indians, in 1794. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1812. American State Papers 36 1812-02-03
Tonnage from 1789 to 1810. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1812. American State Papers 14 1812-02-04
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1810. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1812. American State Papers 14 1812-02-04
Names, rank, pay, and rations, of the officers of the Navy and Marine Corps. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1812. American State Papers 23 1812-02-04
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 5, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-02-05
Drawback of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 12, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-02-12
Claim of an Army contractor for further allowance. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1812. American State Papers 36 1812-02-14
Claim of a district paymaster for extra rations to General Wilkinson. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1812. American State Papers 36 1812-02-14
Plan for increasing the revenue. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 17th of February, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-02-17
Revision of the laws for the sale of public lands. Communicated to the Senate, February 19, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-02-19
Armories, and arms manufactured therein. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1812. American State Papers 16 1812-02-19
Union, Chesapeake and Delaware, and New York Canals. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 20, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-02-20
Number of vessels in service, and estimates of repairing and fitting for service those in ordinary. Communicated to the Senate, February 21, 8112 [i.e., 1812]. American State Papers 23 1812-02-21
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-02-28
The Wyandots. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1812. American State Papers 07 1812-02-28
Value of exports from October 1, 1790, to September 30, 1810. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1812. American State Papers 14 1812-03-02
Final settlement certificate. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 4, 1812. American State Papers 36 1812-03-04
Protection to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 6, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-03-06
The militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 6, 1812. American State Papers 16 1812-03-06
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, March 9 and 13, 1812. American State Papers 03 1812-03-13
Protection to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 20, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-03-20
Claim to a lot in the City of New Orleans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 20, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-03-20
Drawback of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 30, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-03-30
Contingent expenses of the House of Representatives. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 30, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-03-30
Seven years' half-pay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 30, 1812. American State Papers 36 1812-03-30
Sales of forfeited lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 1, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-04-01
Claims of the officers and soldiers of the Virginia line on state establishment for bounty lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 2, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-04-02
Objections of President Madison to the bill "Providing for the Trial of Causes Pending in the Respective District Courts of the United States, in Case of the Absence or Disability of the Judges Thereof." Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 3, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-04-03
Suspension of the payment of certain bills, drawn under the convention with France, of the 30th April, 1803. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 6th April, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-04-06
Violation of secrecy relative to certain proceedings of the House of Representatives. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 6, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-04-06
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, April 12, 1812. American State Papers 03 1812-04-12
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 13, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-04-13
Cumberland Road. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 14, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-04-14
Admission of the Mississippi Territory into the Union. Communicated to the Senate, April 17, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-04-17
Application for the extension of a patent right. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 20, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-04-20
Land Claims in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 22, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-04-22
Proposition for two subordinate appointments in the War Department. Communicated to Congress, April 22, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-04-22
Captures of American vessels by the belligerents. Communicated to Congress, April 23, 1812. American State Papers 03 1812-04-23
Claim for retained rations. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 7, 1812. American State Papers 36 1812-05-07
Improvement of the navigation of the Potomac River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 7, 1812. American State Papers 14 1812-05-07
Subscription to the loan of eleven millions of dollars. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 18, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-05-18
Louisiana stock. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 21, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-05-21
Famine in the Canary Islands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 22, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-05-22
Complaint against Harry Toulmin, one of the judges of the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 22, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-05-22
France. Communicated to Congress by the messages of November 5 and 8, 1811; and May 26, 1812. American State Papers 03 1812-05-26
Culture of the tea plant. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 26, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-05-26
Navy hospitals. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 26, 1812. American State Papers 23 1812-05-26
Claims on the land ceded by North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 28, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-05-28
Claims to land in the Mississippi Territory derived from the government of Spain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 29, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-05-29
Claims to land in the Mississippi Territory derived from the British government of West Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 29, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-05-29
Quotas of militia from the several states. Communicated to the Senate, June 1, 1812. American State Papers 16 1812-06-01
Great Britain. Reported to the House of Representatives, June 3, 1812. American State Papers 03 1812-06-03
Opposition of Rhode Island to a war. Communicated to the Senate, June 9, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-06-09
Military force in June, 1812. Communicated to the Senate, June 9, 1812. American State Papers 16 1812-06-09
Defalcation of the paymaster general and general agent for the territory southwest of the Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 9, 1812. American State Papers 36 1812-06-09
Floating battery. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 11, 1812. American State Papers 23 1812-06-11
Opposition of Massachusetts to a war. Communicated to the Senate, June 12, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-06-12
Inquiry into the state of the Patent Office. -- Proposition to establish a "Home Department." Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 12, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-06-12
Indemnity for the illegal capture, and subsequent loss of a vessel and cargo, by a naval officer. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 12, 1812. American State Papers 36 1812-06-12
Northwestern frontiers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 13, 1812. American State Papers 07 1812-06-13
Sunday mails. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 15, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-06-15
Extension of the time of payment for public lands granted to assignees of purchasers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 20, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-06-20
Land claims in the Louisiana Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 23, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-06-23
Non-Importation Act modified. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 19 and 23, 1812. American State Papers 14 1812-06-23
Hostile movements. Communicated to the Senate, June 24, 1812. American State Papers 07 1812-06-24
Lead mines in the Louisiana Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 25, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-06-25
Land claims in the District of Vincennes. Communicated to the Senate, June 26, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-06-26
Receipts and expenditures estimated for 1812. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 29, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-06-29
Officers of volunteer corps to be commissioned by the United States, and providing for additional general and staff officers and engineers. Communicated to Congress, June 30, 1812. American State Papers 16 1812-06-30
Defence of New Castle. Communicated to the Senate on the 30th of June, 1812. American State Papers 16 1812-06-30
Spain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 1, 1812. American State Papers 03 1812-07-01
Sureties in a collector's bond released. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 2, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-07-02
Establishment of a first meridian for the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 3, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-07-03
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress by the message of November 4, 1812. American State Papers 03 1812-07-06
Great Britain -- impressments. Communicated to the Senate, July 6, 1812. American State Papers 03 1812-07-06
Aggressions by the belligerents. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 6, 1812. American State Papers 03 1812-07-06
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the second session of the Twelfth Congress, begun and held in the City of Washington, November 2d, 1812, and in the thirty-seventh year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1812-11-02
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the second session of the Twelfth Congress, in the thirty-seventh year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1812-11-02
Message of President Madison, communicated on Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1812. American State Papers 01 1812-11-04
President Madison's signature withheld from the bill "Supplementary to the Acts Heretofore Passed on the Subject of a Uniform Rule of Naturalization." Communicated to Congress, November 6, 1812. American State Papers 38 1812-11-06
Refusal of the governors of Massachusetts and Connecticut to furnish their quotas of militia. Communicated to Congress, November 6, 1812. American State Papers 16 1812-11-06
Executive Journal. (Thirty-fourth session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1812-11-09
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress by the messages of November 4, 12, and 18, 1812. American State Papers 03 1812-11-18
Complaints of the owners of privateers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 23, 1812. American State Papers 23 1812-11-23
Remission of forfeitures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 25, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-11-25
Distribution of prize money to the captors of the frigate Guerriere. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 25, 1812. American State Papers 23 1812-11-25
Increase of the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 27, 1812. American State Papers 23 1812-11-27
Land claims in the Missouri Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 1, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-12-01
Extension of time of payment, reduction in the price, and the subdivision of quarter sections of the public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 2, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-12-02
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate on the 7th of December, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-12-07
Capture of the Macedonian and Frolic, and loss of the Wasp. Communicated to Congress, December 11, 1812. American State Papers 23 1812-12-11
Reduction of duties on prize goods. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 21st of December, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-12-21
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 21, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-12-21
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, December 22, 1812. American State Papers 03 1812-12-22
Gold medal presented to Captain Preble. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1812. American State Papers 23 1812-12-23
Arms provided for, and issued to, the militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 24, 1812. American State Papers 16 1812-12-24
Pre-emption rights in the Illinois Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 28, 1812. American State Papers 29 1812-12-28
Importations from beyond the Cape of Good Hope. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-12-29
Assays of foreign coins. Communicated to the Senate on the 31st December, 1812. American State Papers 10 1812-12-31
Mint. Communicated to the Senate, January 4, 1813. American State Papers 10 1813-01-04
Land sold prior to, and since, the opening of the land offices. Communicated to the Senate, January 5, 1813. American State Papers 29 1813-01-05
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1811. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1813. American State Papers 14 1813-01-07
Depredations. Communicated to the Senate, January 11, 1813. American State Papers 07 1813-01-11
Naturalized seamen registered. Communicated to the Senate, January 11, 1813. American State Papers 14 1813-01-11
Capture of the British brigs Detroit and Caledonia. Communicated to the Senate, January 13, 1813. American State Papers 23 1813-01-13
Highland Turnpike Road in New York. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 15, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-01-15
Virginia military bounty lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1813. American State Papers 29 1813-01-19
Approval of the measures of the federal government by Ohio. Communicated to the Senate, January 19, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-01-19
National observatory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-01-20
Indemnity for depredations committed in Indiana by the mounted riflemen of Kentucky, under command of Major General Hopkins, in 1812. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1813. American State Papers 36 1813-01-21
List of patentees. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 22, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-01-22
Treasury notes. Communicated to the Senate, January 23, 1813. American State Papers 10 1813-01-23
France. Communicated to the Senate, January 26, 1813. American State Papers 03 1813-01-26
Claim of the Secretary of the Michigan Territory for extra services. Communicated to the Senate, January 28, 1813. American State Papers 36 1813-01-28
Great Britain. Reported to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1813. American State Papers 03 1813-01-29
Revision of the act "for the Government of the Territory of Missouri." Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-01-29
Claimants under grants from Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1813. American State Papers 29 1813-02-01
Approval by Pennsylvania of the declaration of war. Communicated to Congress, February 1, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-02-01
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1813. American State Papers 23 1813-02-02
Exports to Spain for the year ending September 30, 1812. Communicated to the Senate, February 5, 1813. American State Papers 14 1813-02-05
Protection to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1813. American State Papers 10 1813-02-06
Application of the sureties of a collector of internal revenues in Tennessee to be released from responsibility. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1813. American State Papers 36 1813-02-06
Re-organization of the Navy Department, increase of the captains and additional sloops of war. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1813. American State Papers 23 1813-02-06
Deficit in the naval appropriations. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 7th of February, 1813. American State Papers 23 1813-02-07
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 8, 1813. American State Papers 10 1813-02-08
Tonnage for the year 1811. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 8, 1813. American State Papers 14 1813-02-08
Additional general officers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 12, 1813. American State Papers 16 1813-02-12
The militia. Communicated to Congress, February 13, 1813. American State Papers 16 1813-02-13
Distribution of prize money -- bounty to privateers for prisoners. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1813. American State Papers 23 1813-02-13
Increase of revenue. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1813. American State Papers 10 1813-02-15
Right of suffrage in the Illinois Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-02-15
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1812. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 16, 1813. American State Papers 14 1813-02-16
Naturalized seamen registered. Communicated to the Senate, February 19, 1813. American State Papers 14 1813-02-19
Application to amend the act continuing certain patent rights to Oliver Evans. Communicated to the Senate, February 22, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-02-22
Capture of the Java. Communicated to Congress, February 22, 1813. American State Papers 23 1813-02-22
Improvement in constructing bridges. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 24, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-02-24
Great Britain -- licenses to trade. Communicated to Congress, February 25, 1813. American State Papers 03 1813-02-25
Expense of surveying and selling the public lands, and of ascertaining titles to private claims. Communicated to the Senate, February 26, 1813. American State Papers 29 1813-02-26
Distribution of swords to the officers of the squadron at the attacks on Tripoli. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1813. American State Papers 23 1813-02-26
Fines, penalties, and forfeitures, under the revenue laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1813. American State Papers 10 1813-02-27
Remission of forfeiture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1813. American State Papers 10 1813-03-01
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1813. American State Papers 10 1813-03-02
Application of the Illinois Territory for the grant of a saline. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1813. American State Papers 29 1813-03-02
Cumberland Road. Communicated to Congress, March 2, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-03-02
France. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1813; and July 12, 1813. American State Papers 03 1813-03-03
Inaugural speech of President Madison, delivered in the hall of the House of Representatives, on Thursday, March 4, 1813. American State Papers 01 1813-03-03
Contract price of arms for the militia, the payments made, the sum carried to the sinking fund, and the balance of appropriation remaining unexpended. Communicated to the Senate, March 3, 1813. American State Papers 16 1813-03-03
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the first session of the Thirteenth Congress, begun and held in the City of Washington, May 25th, 1813, and in the thirty-seventh year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1813-05-24
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the first session of the Thirteenth Congress in the thirty-seventh year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1813-05-24
Message of President Madison, communicated on Tuesday, May 25, 1813. American State Papers 01 1813-05-25
Cessions of land. Communicated to the Senate, May 26, 1813. American State Papers 07 1813-05-26
Executive Journal. (Thirty-fifth session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1813-05-27
Land claims in the District of Kaskaskia. Communicated to the Senate, May 31, 1813. American State Papers 29 1813-05-31
Land claims in the District of Kaskaskia. Communicated to the Senate, June 1, 1813. American State Papers 29 1813-06-01
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate on the 3rd of June, 1813. American State Papers 10 1813-06-03
Contested election of Thos. K. Harris, a representative from Tennessee. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 4, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-06-04
Temporary appointment of a Secretary of the Treasury in the absence of Albert Gallatin. Communicated to the Senate, June 7, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-06-07
Inquiry relative to the nomination of Jonathan Russell to be minister to Sweden. Communicated to the Senate, June 7, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-06-07
Increase of revenue. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 10, 1813. American State Papers 10 1813-06-10
Contested election of John P. Hungerford, a representative from Virginia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 10, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-06-10
Application of the cultivators of the vine in Ohio for a remission of the debt for lands, or an extension of time for payment. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 14, 1813. American State Papers 29 1813-06-14
Inquiry relative to the nomination of Albert Gallatin, Secretary of the Treasury, to a foreign mission. Communicated to the Senate, June 14, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-06-14
Remission of penalties and forfeitures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 16, 1813. American State Papers 10 1813-06-16
Appointments and promotions in the Army. Communicated to the Senate, June 16, 1813. American State Papers 16 1813-06-16
Illegal condemnation and sale of a vessel. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 16, 1813. American State Papers 36 1813-06-16
Extension of the Ordnance Department. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 19, 1813. American State Papers 16 1813-06-19
Land claims in Louisiana. Communicated to the Senate, June 22, 1813. American State Papers 29 1813-06-22
Remission of penalties and forfeitures. Communicated to the Senate, June 23, 1813 American State Papers 10 1813-06-23
Contested election of John P. Hungerford, a representative from Virginia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, June 28, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-06-28
Remonstrance of the legislature of Massachusetts against the war, and the formation of new states from lands not within the original limits of the United States, and the protest of the minority of said legislature. Communicated to the Senate, June 28, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-06-28
Sweden. Communicated to the Senate, May 31, June 7, and July 6, 1813. American State Papers 03 1813-07-06
President Madison declines a conference with a committee of the Senate on the nomination of Jonathan Russell to be minister to Sweden. Communicated to the Senate, July 6, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-07-06
Depreciation. Communicated to the Senate, July 6, 1813. American State Papers 36 1813-07-06
Arming the militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 8, 1813. American State Papers 16 1813-07-08
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. Communicated to the Senate, July 12, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-07-12
Contested elections of Ebenezer Sage and John Lefferts, two of the representatives from New York. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 13, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-07-13
Wagons and teams captured by the enemy at Detroit. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 16, 1813. American State Papers 36 1813-07-16
President Madison declines a conference with a committee of the Senate on the nomination of Albert Gallatin, Secretary of the Treasury, to a foreign mission. Communicated to the Senate, July 19, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-07-19
Prohibition of exports. Communicated to the Senate, July 20, 1813. American State Papers 03 1813-07-20
Prohibition of exports. Communicated to the Senate, on the 20th of July, 1813. American State Papers 14 1813-07-20
Loan. Communicated to the Senate, July 21, 1813. American State Papers 10 1813-07-21
Duties on prize goods. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 23, 1813. American State Papers 10 1813-07-23
Terms of the loan of sixteen millions of dollars. Communicated to the Senate, July 29, 1813. American State Papers 10 1813-07-29
Spirit and manner in which the war is waged by the enemy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, July 31, 1813. American State Papers 16 1813-07-31
Additional fortifications, and an increase of the Army. Communicated to the Senate, August 1, 1813. American State Papers 16 1813-08-01
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the second session of the Thirteenth Congress, begun and held in the City of Washington, December 6th, 1813, and in the thirty- eighth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1813-12-06
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the second session of the Thirteenth Congress, in the thirty-eighth year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1813-12-06
Message of President Madison, communicated on Tuesday, December 7, 1813. American State Papers 01 1813-12-07
Prohibition of exports. Communicated to Congress, December 9, 1813. American State Papers 03 1813-12-09
Executive Journal. (Thirty-sixth session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1813-12-13
Contested election of John M. Bowers, a representative from New York. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-12-16
Claim for interest. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 17, 1813. American State Papers 36 1813-12-17
Claim of Commodore Dale for sea stores while in command of the ship Ganges. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 17, 1813. American State Papers 36 1813-12-17
Duties on imports and tonnage. Communicated to the Senate, December 20, 1813. American State Papers 10 1813-12-20
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 20, 1813. American State Papers 38 1813-12-20
Tonnage for the year ending September 30, 1813. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 21, 1813. American State Papers 14 1813-12-21
Spanish grant to Daniel Boone confirmed. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 24, 1813. American State Papers 29 1813-12-24
Register, and rules and regulations of the Army for 1813. Communicated to the Senate, December 29, 1813. American State Papers 16 1813-12-29
State of the public lands. Communicated to the Senate, December 31, 1813. American State Papers 29 1813-12-31
Claims for horses and mules lost in the public service, and for whiskey and gunpowder destroyed at Chicago. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1813. American State Papers 36 1813-12-31
Capture of the British fleet on Lake Erie and brig Boxer. Communicated to the Senate, December 31, 1813. American State Papers 23 1813-12-31
Contested election of Thomas K. Harris, a representative from Tennessee. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-01-03
Assays of foreign coins. Communicated to the Senate on the 4th of January, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-01-04
Indemnity for an error committed at the land office in Cincinnati. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 4, 1814. American State Papers 29 1814-01-04
Digest of manufactures. Communicated to the Senate on the 5th of January, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-01-05
Application to amend the act continuing certain patent rights to Oliver Evans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-01-06
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, January 7, 1814. American State Papers 03 1814-01-07
Mint. Communicated to the Senate, January 7, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-01-07
Indemnity for a house burnt while occupied as the War Department. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-01-07
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate on the 10th of January, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-01-10
National bank. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-01-10
Duties on licences to retailers. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 10th of January, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-01-10
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1812. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1814. American State Papers 14 1814-01-10
Quantity and value of spirits distilled from other materials than grain, imported from 1804 to 1812. Communicated to the Senate, January 11, 1814. American State Papers 14 1814-01-11
Application for grants of land in Indiana, on which to erect mills and other machinery. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1814. American State Papers 29 1814-01-13
The militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1814. American State Papers 16 1814-01-14
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-01-17
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1814. American State Papers 23 1814-01-17
Mediation of Russia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1814. American State Papers 03 1814-01-18
France. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1814. American State Papers 03 1814-01-18
Contested election of John P. Hungerford, a representative from Virginia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-01-19
Cumberland Road. Communicated to Congress, January 19, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-01-19
France. Communicated January 20, 1814. American State Papers 03 1814-01-20
Cumberland Road. Communicated to the Senate, January 24, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-01-24
Marine hospital at New York. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1814. American State Papers 14 1814-01-27
Claim of the New England Mississippi Land Company. Communicated to the Senate, January 28, 1814. American State Papers 29 1814-01-28
Unsettled accounts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-01-31
List of patentees. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-01-31
Drawbacks of duties on exports to New Orleans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-02-02
Proceedings of the House of Delegates of Maryland, in relation to the war. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-02-02
Contested election of Thomas M. Bayley [i.e., Bayly], a representative from Virginia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-02-02
Causes of the failure of the Army on the northern frontier. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1814. American State Papers 16 1814-02-02
Articles, foreign and domestic, consumed in clothing the Army and Navy of the United States, in the year 1813, and an estimate for 1814. Communicated to the Senate, February 3, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-02-03
Application of the Legislature of Kentucky, that provision be made for horses lost, for the representatives of soldiers killed, and for extraordinary services rendered by the mounted volunteers of that state, under Governor Shelby, in 1813. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-02-03
Obstructions to navigation in the Tennessee River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-02-04
Flags, standards, and colors, taken from the enemy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1814. American State Papers 16 1814-02-04
Naval trophies acquired from Great Britain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1814 American State Papers 23 1814-02-04
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1813. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1814. American State Papers 14 1814-02-05
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 7, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-02-07
Sierra Leone. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1814. American State Papers 14 1814-02-09
Approval of the measures of the federal government by Pennsylvania. Communicated to Congress, February 14, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-02-14
The militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1814. American State Papers 16 1814-02-15
Approval of the measures of the federal government by Kentucky. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 16, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-02-16
Application of the Moravian Society of United Brethren for indemnity for the destruction of the Indian village on the river Thames, by the American Army. Communicated to the Senate, February 18, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-02-18
Further encouragement to private armed vessels. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1814. American State Papers 23 1814-02-19
On the manner in which the war has been conducted. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1814. American State Papers 16 1814-02-21
List of naval officers. Communicated to the Senate, February 21, 1814. American State Papers 23 1814-02-21
Incorporated banks and insurance companies in the District of Columbia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-02-22
State claims for militia services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 22d of February, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-02-22
Tonnage for the year 1812. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1814. American State Papers 14 1814-02-22
Amendment proposed to the act continuing certain patent rights to Oliver Evans. Communicated to the Senate, February 25, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-02-25
Subsistence to the inhabitants of Michigan Territory. Communicated to Congress, February 28, 1814. American State Papers 16 1814-02-28
Remission of forfeiture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-03-03
Indemnity for a monopoly in Louisiana, granted by the Spanish government. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 7, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-03-07
Indemnity for losses sustained by the purchase of an interest in a vessel illegally sold for the benefit of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 7, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-03-07
Claimants under grants from Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 15, 1814. American State Papers 29 1814-03-15
Claim of Caron de Beaumarchais. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 15, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-03-15
Condition of the Navy, and the progress made in providing materials and building ships. Communicated to the Senate, March 18, 1814. American State Papers 23 1814-03-18
Indemnity for losses sustained at Algiers, in 1812. Communicated to the Senate, March 22, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-03-22
Encouragement to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 23, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-03-23
Declaration of Pennsylvania to support the laws of the federal government. Communicated to Congress, March 23, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-03-23
Remission of duties. Communicated to the Senate, March 24, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-03-24
Remission of forfeiture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-03-25
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-03-25
Claim of officers and soldiers of the Virginia line, on state establishment, for bounty land. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1814. American State Papers 29 1814-03-25
Escheats in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 26, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-03-26
Copy of certain commissions granted in the recess of the Senate. Communicated to the Senate, March 29, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-03-29
Application of an alien for citizenship and a patent right. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 29, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-03-29
Removal of commercial restrictions. Communicated to Congress, March 31, 1814. American State Papers 03 1814-03-31
Indemnity for the loss of the ship Allegany in the public service. Communicated to the Senate, April 8, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-04-08
Revision of the revenue laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 9, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-04-09
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 9, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-04-09
List of ministers and consuls appointed in the recess of the Senate. Communicated to the Senate, April 9, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-04-09
On the expediency of making foreign gold coins a legal tender, and prohibiting the exportation of specie. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 12, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-04-12
Revised statement of the public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 14th of April, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-04-14
Great Britain -- naturalization. Communicated to the Senate, April 16, 1814. American State Papers 03 1814-04-16
France. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 16, 1814. American State Papers 03 1814-04-16
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the third session of the Thirteenth Congress, begun and held in the City of Washington, September 19, 1814, and in the thirty-ninth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1814-09-19
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the third session of the Thirteenth Congress, in the thirty-ninth year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1814-09-19
Message of President Madison, communicated on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 1814. American State Papers 01 1814-09-20
Application of the Indiana Territory for relief to the purchasers of public lands. Communicated to the Senate, September 21, 1814. American State Papers 29 1814-09-21
Books and papers of the House of Representatives and the Library of Congress, lost by the conflagration of the Capitol in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, September 22, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-09-22
Great Britain -- retaliation. Communicated to Congress, the 26th day of September, 1814. American State Papers 03 1814-09-26
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, September 26, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-09-26
Executive Journal. (Thirty-seventh session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1814-09-26
Continental European powers. Communicated to the Senate, October 3, 1814. American State Papers 03 1814-10-03
Indemnity for losses sustained by the purchase of an interest in a vessel illegally sold for the benefit of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, October 4, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-10-04
Claim for timber taken for the public service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, October 4, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-10-04
Capture of the British fleet on Lake Champlain. Communicated to the Senate, October 6, 1814. American State Papers 23 1814-10-06
Purchase of the library of Thomas Jefferson. Communicated to the Senate, October 7, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-10-07
State of the finances. Communicated to the House of Representatives, October 10, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-10-10
Capture of the Epervier. Communicated to the Senate, on the 10th of October, 1814. American State Papers 23 1814-10-10
Direct tax and internal duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, October 15, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-10-15
Claim of a Marine officer for losses sustained in the public service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, October 17, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-10-17
Capture of the Reindeer and other vessels, by the Wasp. Communicated to the Senate, October 17, 1814. American State Papers 23 1814-10-17
Public credit. Communicated to the House of Representatives, October 18, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-10-18
Application of the legislature of the Indiana Territory for alterations in the judiciary system of the territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, October 18, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-10-18
Indemnity for the loss of the schooner William Yeaton, in the public service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, October 21, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-10-21
Composition for the stamp duty on notes of private bankers. Communicated to the Senate, October 26, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-10-26
Condition of the Department after the incursion of the enemy, in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, October 26, 1814. American State Papers 27 1814-10-26
Bounties and premiums for recruits. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 27th of October, 1814. American State Papers 16 1814-10-27
Great Britain -- prisoners of war. Communicated to Congress, October 28, 1814. American State Papers 03 1814-10-28
Indemnity for the loss of a horse, while the owner was under military arrest. Communicated to the House of Representatives, October 29, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-10-29
Archives of the Navy Department, after the incursion of the enemy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, October 29, 1814. American State Papers 23 1814-10-29
Indemnity for a house burnt while occupied as the War Department. Communicated to the House of Representatives, October 31, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-10-31
Improvement and increase of the military establishment. Communicated to the Senate, November 5, 1814. American State Papers 16 1814-11-05
Indemnity for losses sustained by the burning of rope-walks at Baltimore, in 1814, by a military order. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 7, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-11-07
Return of enlistments. Communicated to the Senate on the 10th of November, 1814. American State Papers 16 1814-11-10
Renewal of a loan office certificate. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 11th of November, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-11-11
Apportionment of a detachment of 80,000 militia. Communicated to the Senate, November 12, 1814. American State Papers 16 1814-11-12
Re-organization and extension of the Navy, the establishment of a board of inspectors, and a Naval Academy. Communicated to the Senate, on the 16th of November, 1814. American State Papers 23 1814-11-16
Books and papers of the several executive departments destroyed by the conflagration in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, October 26, 29, November 1, 11, and 17, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-11-17
The Creeks, Wyandots, and others. Communicated to the Senate, November 18, 1814. American State Papers 07 1814-11-18
Indemnity for property lost by the impressment into the public service of the means of its removal. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 19, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-11-19
Duties on carriages. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 21, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-11-21
Rebuilding the Capitol, President's house, and other public buildings in the City of Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 21, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-11-21
Application to reduce the price and extend the payments on public lands to actual settlers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 22, 1814. American State Papers 29 1814-11-22
System of discipline for the Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 23d of November, 1814. American State Papers 16 1814-11-23
Remission of forfeiture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 25, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-11-25
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, November 28, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-11-28
Purchase of the library of Thomas Jefferson. Communicated to the Senate, November 28, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-11-28
Rear admirals and brevet rank. Communicated to the Senate, November 28, 1814. American State Papers 23 1814-11-28
Capture of the City of Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 29th of November, 1814. American State Papers 16 1814-11-29
Great Britain. Communicated to Congress, October 10th and 14th, and December 1, 1814. American State Papers 03 1814-12-01
Application of a principal assessor of direct taxes for additional compensation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 1, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-12-01
Condition of the several Navy yards. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 1st of December, 1814. American State Papers 23 1814-12-01
Income tax. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 3, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-12-03
Moneys paid for military services receivable in payment of taxes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 3, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-12-03
Remission of forfeiture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 3, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-12-03
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the Senate on the 5th of December, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-12-05
Loans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 5, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-12-05
Claims for horses lost in the military service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 5, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-12-05
Indemnity for rope-walks burnt by a military order in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 5, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-12-05
Revenue laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 7, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-12-07
Prize money and the Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the Senate, December 8, 1814. American State Papers 23 1814-12-08
Revision of the land laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 10, 1814. American State Papers 29 1814-12-10
Books and papers of the House of Representatives and libraries of Congress lost by the conflagration in 1814, and the state of the contingent fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 12, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-12-12
Land forfeitures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 13, 1814. American State Papers 29 1814-12-13
Indemnity for the loss of a tract of land, purchased for direct taxes due to the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 13, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-12-13
Indemnity for Indian depredations committed in 1781. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 14, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-12-14
Propriety of legalizing the payment of claims in government stock or Treasury notes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 19, 1814. American State Papers 10 1814-12-19
Explanation of the Clerk of the House of Representatives relative to the loss of books and papers of his office, the Library of Congress and the vouchers for his expenditures from the contingent fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 19, 1814. American State Papers 38 1814-12-19
Indemnity for a house destroyed by a military order. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 19, 1814. American State Papers 36 1814-12-19
Land claims in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 21, 1814. American State Papers 29 1814-12-21
Commissioners under the act providing for the indemnification of the Yazoo claimants to land in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the Senate, December 26, 1814. American State Papers 29 1814-12-26
Cumberland Road. Communicated to Congress, January 2, 1815. American State Papers 38 1815-01-02
System of defence, by land or water, by the use of inflammable fluid. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1815. American State Papers 23 1815-01-02
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1813. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1815. American State Papers 14 1815-01-09
Reorganization of the Navy Department. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1815. American State Papers 23 1815-01-09
Mint. Communicated to the Senate, January 10, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-01-10
Loan office certificates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1815. American State Papers 36 1815-01-13
Provisions of the prize acts extended to the captors of the British privateer Retaliation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1815. American State Papers 23 1815-01-13
Application of the widow of a deceased prize-master in the private armed service for an increase of pension. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1815. American State Papers 36 1815-01-14
Adjustment of the contingent account of the Clerk of the House of Representatives. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1815. American State Papers 38 1815-01-16
Midshipmen and sailing masters. Communicated to the Senate, January 16, 1815. American State Papers 23 1815-01-16
Indemnity for British cruelty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1815. American State Papers 36 1815-01-18
Burning of the Navy yard at Washington. Communicated to the Senate, January 18, 1815. American State Papers 23 1815-01-18
Sunday mails. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1815. American State Papers 27 1815-01-20
Tonnage for the year 1813. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1815. American State Papers 14 1815-01-20
State of the Treasury at the close of the year 1814, and a plan for providing the ways and means for the year 1815. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-01-21
Application of the Mississippi Territory for relief to purchasers of public lands. Communicated to the Senate, January 21, 1815. American State Papers 29 1815-01-21
Indian depredations in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the Senate, January 21, 1815. American State Papers 36 1815-01-21
Direct tax on the District of Columbia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-01-23
Unequal operation of the act imposing a direct tax. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-01-23
Duty on stills. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-01-23
Cumberland Road. Communicated to the Senate, January 24, 1815. American State Papers 38 1815-01-24
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1815. American State Papers 23 1815-01-24
Subsisting the Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1815. American State Papers 16 1815-01-25
Indian depredations in 1776. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1815. American State Papers 36 1815-01-26
Sunday mails. Communicated to the Senate, January 27, 1815. American State Papers 27 1815-01-27
Resignation of the Clerk of the House of Representatives. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1815. American State Papers 38 1815-01-28
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, January 30, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-01-30
List of patentees. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1815. American State Papers 38 1815-01-30
Distribution of prize money. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1815. American State Papers 23 1815-01-30
Pension for the greatest disability limited to half pay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1815. American State Papers 23 1815-01-30
Defence of the City of Baltimore. Communicated to the Senate, February 1, 1815. American State Papers 16 1815-02-01
Sureties of a defaulting collector of the revenue. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1815. American State Papers 36 1815-02-01
Cumberland Road. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1815. American State Papers 38 1815-02-02
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-02-03
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 6, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-02-06
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1815. American State Papers 14 1815-02-09
Roads from Nashville to Natchez, and from Fort Hawkins to St. Stephen's. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1815. American State Papers 38 1815-02-09
Veterinary surgeons. Communicated to the Senate, February 9, 1815. American State Papers 16 1815-02-09
Money lost by a paymaster of militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1815. American State Papers 36 1815-02-10
Explanations of the estimates for the support of the Navy and Marine Corps, for the year 1815. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1815. American State Papers 23 1815-02-10
Indemnity to a collector of the revenue for certain judicial expenses. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1815. American State Papers 36 1815-02-11
Application to purchase twenty-five townships of land, payable in twelve years. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1815. American State Papers 29 1815-02-14
Indemnity for the illegal seizure and detention of the ship American Eagle, at New York, in 1810. Communicated to the Senate, February 17, 1815. American State Papers 36 1815-02-17
National observatory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1815. American State Papers 38 1815-02-18
Great Britain. Communicated to the Senate, by the messages of February 15, 16, and 20, 1815. American State Papers 03 1815-02-20
Library of Congress. Communicated to the Senate, February 20, 1815. American State Papers 38 1815-02-20
Indian depredations in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1815. American State Papers 36 1815-02-21
Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-02-23
Admission of the Mississippi Territory into the Union as a state. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1815. American State Papers 38 1815-02-23
Barbary powers. Communicated to Congress, February 24, 1815. American State Papers 03 1815-02-24
National armories. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 24, 1815. American State Papers 16 1815-02-24
Protection to manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-02-25
Estimated revenues for 1815: loan, new issue of Treasury notes, and the prohibition of the exportation of specie, recommended. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-02-25
Revision of the revenue laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-02-27
Release of penalties and forfeitures. Communicated to the Senate, February 27, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-02-27
Claim for pursuing and apprehending counterfeiters. Communicated to the Senate, February 27, 1815. American State Papers 36 1815-02-27
Algiers. Communicated to Congress, February 23, 1815, and reported on, February 28, 1815. American State Papers 03 1815-02-28
American seamen. Communicated to Congress, February 25, 1815, and reported on February 28, 1815. American State Papers 03 1815-02-28
Relative powers of the general and state governments over the militia. Communicated to the Senate, February 28, 1815. American State Papers 16 1815-02-28
Number of post offices, and the produce of postages for six months. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1815. American State Papers 27 1815-02-28
Remission of forfeiture. Communicated to the Senate on the 1st of March, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-03-01
Great Britain. Communicated to the Senate, March 2, 1815. American State Papers 03 1815-03-02
Public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-03-02
Great Britain. Reported to the Senate, March 3, 1815. American State Papers 03 1815-03-03
Receipts and expenditures, from the 4th of March, 1789, to the 31st December, 1815; also, the balances in the Treasury at the close of each year. American State Papers 10 1815-03-03
Public expenditure. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 5, 1815. American State Papers 10 1815-03-03
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the second session of the Eleventh to the third session of the Thirteenth Congress, inclusive: commencing November 27, 1809, and ending March 3, 1815. Selected and edited under the authority of Congress, by Walter Lowrie, Secretary of the Senate, and Walter S. Franklin, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume [II. Public Lands.] American State Papers 29 1815-03-03
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the first session of the First to the third session of the Thirteenth Congress, inclusive: commencing March 3, 1789, and ending March 3, 1815. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Walter Lowrie, Secretary of the Senate, and Matthew St. Clair Clarke, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume [I. Public Lands.] American State Papers 28 1815-03-03
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the first session of the First to the third session of the Thirteenth Congress, inclusive: commencing March 3, 1789, and ending March 3, 1815. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Walter Lowrie, Secretary of the Senate, and Matthew St. Clair Clarke, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume VII [i.e., I]. [Commerce and Navigation.] American State Papers 14 1815-03-03
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the first session of the First to the third session of the Thirteenth Congress, inclusive: commencing March 3, 1789, and ending March 3, 1815. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Walter Lowrie, Secretary of the Senate, and Matthew St. Clair Clarke, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume IV [i.e., I]. [Indian Affairs.] American State Papers 07 1815-03-03
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the first session of the First to the third session of the Thirteenth Congress, inclusive: commencing March 3, 1789, and ending March 3, 1815. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Walter Lowrie, Secretary of the Senate, and Matthew St. Clair Clarke, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume VI [i.e., II]. [Finance.] American State Papers 10 1815-03-03
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the first session of the First to the third session of the Thirteenth Congress, inclusive: commencing March 3, 1789, and ending March 3, 1815. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Walter Lowrie, Secretary of the Senate, and Matthew St. Clair Clarke, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume V. [I. Finance.] American State Papers 09 1815-03-03
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the first session of the First to the third session of the Thirteenth Congress, inclusive: commencing March 3, 1789, and ending March 3, 1815. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Walter Lowrie, Secretary of the Senate, and Matthew St. Clair Clarke, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume III. [Foreign Relations.] American State Papers 03 1815-03-03
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the first session of the First to the third session of the Thirteenth Congress, inclusive: commencing March 3, 1789, and ending March 3, 1815. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Walter Lowrie, Secretary of the Senate, and Matthew St. Clair Clarke, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume II. [Foreign relations.] American State Papers 02 1815-03-03
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the first session of the First to the third session of the Thirteenth Congress, inclusive: commencing March 3, 1789, and ending March 3, 1815. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Walter Lowrie, Secretary of the Senate, and Matthew St. Clair Clarke, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume I. [Foreign Relations.] American State Papers 01 1815-03-03
Index to Foreign Relations. Vol. 1. (Including the Executive messages at the opening of each session of Congress from 1789 to 1814.) American State Papers 01 1815-03-03
Index to Foreign Relations. Vol. II. American State Papers 02 1815-03-03
Index to Foreign Relations. Vol. III. American State Papers 03 1815-03-03
Index to Finance. Volume I. American State Papers 09 1815-03-03
Index to Finance. Volume II. American State Papers 10 1815-03-03
Index to Indian Affairs. [Volume I.] American State Papers 07 1815-03-03
Index to Commerce and Navigation. [Volume I.] American State Papers 14 1815-03-03
Index to Public Lands. Volume I. American State Papers 28 1815-03-03
Index to Public Lands. Volume II. American State Papers 29 1815-03-03
Spain -- prohibitory of illegal expeditions in the United States. By the President of the United States of America. A proclamation. American State Papers 04 1815-12-04
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the first session of the Fourteenth Congress, begun and held in the City of Washington, December 4th, 1815, and in the fortieth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1815-12-04
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the first session of the Fourteenth Congress, in the fortieth year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1815-12-04
Journal of the executive proceedings of the Senate of the United States of America, from the commencement of the first, to the termination of the Nineteenth Congress. Volume III. Sessional Volume Title Pages 1815-12-04
An alphabetical list of the Senators of the United States, from the commencement of the government to the termination of the Nineteenth Congress. US Senate Executive Journal 1815-12-04
Index to Vol. III. Index 1815-12-04
Message at the commencement of the Fourteenth Congress, first session. Communicated to Congress, December 5, 1815. American State Papers 04 1815-12-05
Algiers. Communicated to the Senate, December 6, 1815. American State Papers 04 1815-12-06
Great Britain -- commercial convention. Communicated to the Senate, December 6, 1815. American State Papers 04 1815-12-06
Treaties with twenty-one tribes. Communicated to the Senate, December 6, 1815. American State Papers 08 1815-12-06
Executive Journal. (Thirty-eighth session.) US Senate Executive Journal 1815-12-06
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, December 8, 1815. American State Papers 11 1815-12-08
Contested election of William S. Smith, a representative from New York. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 11, 1815. American State Papers 38 1815-12-11
Disbursements at Navy yards; purchase of timber; increase of the Navy; Navy hospitals; dock-yards; Register of the Navy and Marine Corps. Communicated to the Senate, December 11, 1815. American State Papers 23 1815-12-11
Prohibition of the importation of coarse cotton fabrics. Communicated to the Senate, December 13, 1815. American State Papers 11 1815-12-13
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 18, 1815. American State Papers 15 1815-12-18
Claim for prize money for vessels captured and destroyed by the Argus, and the number captured and destroyed by the vessels of the Navy during the late war. Communicated to the Senate, December 18, 1815. American State Papers 23 1815-12-18
Arrearages in the War Department. Communicated to the Senate, December 20, 1815. American State Papers 11 1815-12-20
Receipts from Customs, the sales of land, and from internal duties and direct tax, with the expenses of collection. Communicated to the Senate, December 20, 1815. American State Papers 11 1815-12-20
Capture of the Penguin. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 21, 1815. American State Papers 23 1815-12-21
Protection to manufacturers. Communicated to the Senate, December 22, 1815. American State Papers 11 1815-12-22
Kaskaskia land claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 22, 1815. American State Papers 30 1815-12-22
Contested election of John Adams, a representative from New York. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 26, 1815. American State Papers 38 1815-12-26
Duties and drawbacks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 28, 1815. American State Papers 11 1815-12-28
Admission of Mississippi into the Union. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1815. American State Papers 38 1815-12-29
Claim for a slave and clothing lost in the military service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1815. American State Papers 36 1815-12-29
Reduction of postage. Communicated to the House of Representatives, by the Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means, January 2, 1816. American State Papers 27 1816-01-02
Money lost by a purser in the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-01-03
Contracts for the year 1815. Communicated to the Senate, January 3, 1816. American State Papers 23 1816-01-03
By whom pensioners are paid in the states in which no loan office is established, the number of pensioners, and the annual payments to invalid pensioners. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 4, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-01-04
Protection to the sugar planters of Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-01-05
Land claims, east and west of Pearl River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1816. American State Papers 30 1816-01-05
Admission of Indiana into the Union. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 5th January, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-01-05
Claim for a vessel lost in the flotilla service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-01-05
Naval force on the first of January, 1816. Communicated to the Senate, January 5, 1816. American State Papers 23 1816-01-05
The Mint. Communicated to the Senate, January 8, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-01-08
National bank. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-01-08
Revenue system revised. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-01-09
Extension of a patent right. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-01-09
Application of Kentucky for the payment of the claims of her citizens for horses lost in the service of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, January 9, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-01-09
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1816. American State Papers 23 1816-01-09
Militia claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1816. American State Papers 16 1816-01-11
Claim of a Revolutionary officer for half-pay for life after it had been commuted. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-01-11
Naval operations against the Barbary powers in 1815. Communicated to the Senate, January 11, 1816. American State Papers 23 1816-01-11
Lotteries. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 15, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-01-15
Drawback. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-01-16
Colonization of free persons of color within the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-01-18
Creek grant to General Andrew Jackson and others. Communicated to the Senate, January 19, 1816. American State Papers 08 1816-01-19
Land claims in the western district of Louisiana. Communicated to the Senate, January 19, 1816. American State Papers 30 1816-01-19
Tonnage for the year 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 22, 1816. American State Papers 15 1816-01-22
Indemnity to the refugees from Canada. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-01-24
Valuations of real estate and slaves. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-01-25
Contracts for 1815. Communicated to the Senate, January 25, 1816. American State Papers 16 1816-01-25
Receipts and expenditures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-01-26
Library of Congress and the librarian. Communicated to the Senate, January 26, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-01-26
Pension granted to the widow of a captain in the Army who died in service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-01-26
Army Register for 1816. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1816. American State Papers 16 1816-01-27
Discount on prompt payments. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1816. American State Papers 30 1816-01-29
Indemnity to militiamen for money lost by their agent. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-01-29
Money lost by an Army paymaster. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-01-29
Estimates for building and equipping, and the expense of keeping in service for one year, a seventy-four, a forty-four, and a sloop of war. Communicated to the Senate, January 15 and 29, 1816. American State Papers 23 1816-01-29
Amendment to the Constitution of the United States proposed by Massachusetts and Connecticut, and rejected by Ohio. Communicated to the Senate, January 30, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-01-30
Losses occasioned by the blowing up of a vessel of war. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-01-30
Great Britain -- massacre at Dartmoor Prison. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1816. American State Papers 04 1816-01-31
Money lost by a collector of the revenue in New York. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-01-31
Land claims in the western district of Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1816. American State Papers 30 1816-02-02
Compensation of postmasters. Communicated to the House of Representatives, by the Chairman of the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, February 2, 1816. American State Papers 27 1816-02-02
Depredations by the Creeks in Mississippi. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-02-03
Money lost by an officer engaged in the recruiting service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-02-04
House burnt by soldiers of the Army at Buffalo. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-02-04
Military and naval expenditures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-02-05
Bounty on pickled fish and salted provisions exported, allowances to fishing vessels, and the quantity of salt imported. Communicated to the Senate, February 5, 1816. American State Papers 15 1816-02-05
Captors of the British ship of war Levant rewarded after the re-capture of the said vessel. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1816. American State Papers 23 1816-02-05
Military bounty lands. Communicated to the Senate, February 6, 1816. American State Papers 30 1816-02-06
Roads and canals. Communicated to the Senate, February 6, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-02-06
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. Communicated to the Senate, February 6, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-02-06
Organization of the staff of the Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1816. American State Papers 16 1816-02-06
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 7, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-02-07
Indemnity to an officer for responsibility incurred in the discharge of his duty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1816. American State Papers 23 1816-02-07
Conflicting claims under British and Spanish grants in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 12, 1816. American State Papers 30 1816-02-12
Protection to the manufacturers of cotton fabrics. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-02-13
Tariff of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-02-13
Virginia military bounty land claims. Communicated to the Senate, February 13, 1816. American State Papers 30 1816-02-13
Lands containing precious metals. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1816. American State Papers 30 1816-02-13
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-02-14
Losses occasioned by acts of the enemy during the late war with Great Britain. Communicated to the Senate, February 14, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-02-14
Valuation of real estate and slaves. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-02-15
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1815. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1816. American State Papers 15 1816-02-15
Pre-emption rights, and difference between the amount received for land sold at public and private sale. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1816. American State Papers 30 1816-02-15
Prize money allowed when the prize property is restored. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1816. American State Papers 23 1816-02-15
Property destroyed by the enemy in consequence of its previous occupancy by troops of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 16, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-02-16
Sutlers' claims against soldiers who deserted, died or were discharged. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 16, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-02-16
Banks in the District of Columbia. Communicated to the Senate, February 19, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-02-19
Contested election of William McCoy, a representative from Virginia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-02-19
Loan office certificates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-02-19
Scows sunk for the defence of Baltimore. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 19, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-02-19
Losses sustained by the purchase of an interest in a vessel illegally sold for the benefit of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, February 20, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-02-20
Duty bonds captured by the British in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-02-22
Claim of the widow of Colonel Alexander Hamilton for commutation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 24, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-02-24
Slave lost in the hospital service. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 24th of February, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-02-24
Transportation of prisoners of war. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 24th of February, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-02-24
Bounty land granted for extraordinary military services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-02-26
Lost loan office certificates. Communicated to the Senate, February 26, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-02-26
Valuation of ships captured and taken into the naval service of the United States during the war with Great Britain. Communicated to the Senate, February 26, 1816. American State Papers 23 1816-02-26
Extension of a patent right. Communicated to the Senate, February 27, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-02-27
Claim of the assistant marshals for taking the third census in South Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-03-01
Public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-03-02
Protection to manufacturers of woollen fabrics. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 6, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-03-06
System of navigation for the United States. Communicated to the Senate, March 7, 1816. American State Papers 15 1816-03-07
Claim of Gabriel Winter and others. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 8, 1816. American State Papers 30 1816-03-08
Confiscation of American property at Santa Martha. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 8, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-03-08
Horse shot by a sentinel on duty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 8th March, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-03-08
Increase of the rate of pensions. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 8th March, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-03-08
City of Washington: public expenditures, and value of public property. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 11, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-03-11
The militia. Communicated to the Senate, March 11, 1816. American State Papers 16 1816-03-11
Court-house in Cincinnati burnt while occupied as a barrack. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 11, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-03-11
Loss on the contract for building the sloops of war Erie and Ontario. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 11, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-03-11
Militia claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 12, 1816. American State Papers 16 1816-03-12
Cumberland Road. Communicated to the Senate, March 13, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-03-13
Trade and intercourse. Communicated to the Senate, on the 14th of March, 1816. American State Papers 08 1816-03-14
Monument to the memory of General Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 14, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-03-14
Foreign gold and silver coins. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 20, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-03-20
Compensation of officers of the Customs. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 21, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-03-21
Remission of forfeitures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 22, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-03-22
Increase of the salaries of the officers of government. Communicated to the Senate, March 22, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-03-22
Land titles in Louisiana and Missouri. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 23, 1816. American State Papers 30 1816-03-23
Cumberland Road. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 23, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-03-23
Allowances made to the assistant counsel for the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 23, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-03-23
Usage of the War Department in relation to interest. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 23, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-03-23
Refunding duties. Communicated to the Senate on the 25th day of March, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-03-25
Unincorporated banks in the District of Columbia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-03-25
Investigation into the fiscal operations of the General Post Office. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 27, 1816. American State Papers 27 1816-03-27
Seizure of the ship "American Eagle." Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 27th March, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-03-27
Treaty and convention with the Cherokees. Communicated to the Senate, March 28, 1816. American State Papers 08 1816-03-28
Loss of the ship Allegany. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 30, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-03-30
Loss of the court-house of Clinton County, New York. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 1, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-04-01
Loss of a wharf and storehouse at Hampden, Massachusetts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 1, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-04-01
Compensation to officers of the Customs. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 1, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-04-01
Survey of the coast of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, April 4, 1816. American State Papers 15 1816-04-04
Exemption from duty. Communicated to the Senate, April 5, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-04-05
Currency. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 6, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-04-06
The Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 8, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-04-08
Land claims in the western district of Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 8, 1816. American State Papers 30 1816-04-08
Alterations to the patent laws. Communicated to the Senate, April 11, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-04-11
Loans from banks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 13, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-04-13
Compensation of ministers and consuls. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 15, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-04-15
Vessels captured for a breach of the blockade of the port of Tripoli in 1804. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 17, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-04-17
Obstructions to American commerce in the provincial and colonial possessions of Great Britain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 18, 1816. American State Papers 15 1816-04-18
Marine Corps. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 22, 1816. American State Papers 23 1816-04-22
Unsettled balances. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 24, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-04-24
Accounts of James Thomas, deputy quartermaster general, investigated. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 24, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-04-24
Silver and copper coinage. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 25, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-04-25
Great Britain -- impressed American seamen. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 29, 1816. American State Papers 04 1816-04-29
Register of the officers and agents of the United States, and the force and condition of the Navy, September 30, 1816. Communicated to Congress by the Secretary of State, on the 2d of December, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-12-02
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the second session of the Fourteenth Congress, begun and held in the City of Washington, December 2d, 1816, and in the forty-first year of the sovereignty of the said United States. US Senate Journal 1816-12-02
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the second session of the Fourteenth Congress, in the forty-first year of the independence of the United States. US House Journal 1816-12-02
Message of the President at the commencement of the second session of the Fourteenth Congress. Communicated to Congress, December 3, 1816. American State Papers 04 1816-12-03
State of the finances. Communicated to Congress on the 3rd of December, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-12-03
Land titles in the Mississippi Territory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 6, 1816. American State Papers 30 1816-12-06
Revision of the act authorizing payment for property destroyed by the enemy during the war with Great Britain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 6, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-12-06
Plan to insure the annual settlement of public accounts, and a more certain accountability of the public expenditures. Communicated to the Senate, December 9, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-12-09
Treaties with thirteen tribes. Communicated to the Senate, December 10, 1816. American State Papers 08 1816-12-10
Executive Journal. (Thirty-ninth session.) US Senate Executive Journal 1816-12-10
Canals from the Hudson River to Lakes Erie and Champlain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 11, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-12-11
Road through the Chickasaw Nation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 11th December, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-12-11
National university. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 11, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-12-11
Sweden and Norway. Communicated to the Senate, December 13, 1816. American State Papers 04 1816-12-13
Duty on foreign tonnage. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 13, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-12-13
Re-organization of the militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 13, 1816. American State Papers 16 1816-12-13
Loss of the ship Liberty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-12-16
Revision of the act authorizing payment for property destroyed by the enemy during the war with Great Britain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 17th December, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-12-17
Compensation of members of Congress. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 18th December, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-12-18
State of the finances. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 20, 1816. American State Papers 11 1816-12-20
Money lost by a recruiting officer. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 20th December, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-12-20
Losses of an assistant collector of internal duties and direct tax in Maryland. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 20, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-12-20
Trade of the United States with the British colonies. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1816. American State Papers 15 1816-12-23
Admission of Mississippi into the Union. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 23d of December, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-12-23
Commissions of a collector of internal duties and direct tax in Pennsylvania. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-12-23
Proceedings of the commissioner appointed under the act for the payment for property taken or destroyed by the enemy during the war with Great Britain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-12-23
Neutral obligations. Communicated to Congress, December 26, 1816. American State Papers 04 1816-12-26
Loan office certificates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 26, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-12-26
Claim for prize money on vessels captured by the Argus and destroyed at sea. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 30, 1816. American State Papers 23 1816-12-30
Contested election of John Scott, delegate from Missouri. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1816. American State Papers 38 1816-12-31
Inquiry into the conduct of General Harrison while commanding the Northwestern Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1816. American State Papers 16 1816-12-31
Arrears of pension. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1816. American State Papers 36 1816-12-31
Remission of duty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-01-02
Alteration of the flag of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-01-02
Estimate of appropriations for the year 1817. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-01-06
Library of Congress. Communicated to the Senate, on the 6th January, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-01-06
Repeal of the power exercised by the President to transfer appropriations from one object to another. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-01-06
Loss of property by the burning of the United States ship Adams in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-06
The Mint. Communicated to the Senate, January 7, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-01-07
Branch of the Bank of the United States in the District of Columbia. Communicated to the Senate, January 7, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-01-07
Loan office and final settlement certificates. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-01-09
Exchange of lands with the Indians. Communicated to the Senate, January 9, 1817. American State Papers 08 1817-01-09
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-01-10
Relief to sick and disabled seamen. Communicated to the Senate, January 10, 1817. American State Papers 15 1817-01-10
Contested election of John Scott, the delegate from Missouri. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-01-10
Revision of the act granting bounties in land and extra pay to certain Canadian volunteers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-11
Duty on stills. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-01-13
Uniform system of bankruptcy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-01-13
Numerical force of the Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1817. American State Papers 16 1817-01-13
Property destroyed at Vincennes in 1786, by General George Clark. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-13
Money lost by the commander of a company of volunteers in 1813. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-13
Increase of an annuity. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-13
Loss of the ship Allegany. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-13
Public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-01-14
Canadian refugees. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-14
Contracts for the year 1816. Communicated to the Senate, on the 14th of January, 1817. American State Papers 23 1817-01-14
Exchange of lands with the Indians. Communicated to the Senate, January 17, 1817. American State Papers 08 1817-01-17
Tonnage for the year 1815. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1817. American State Papers 15 1817-01-17
Admission of Mississippi into the Union. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 17th January, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-01-17
Re-organization of the militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1817. American State Papers 16 1817-01-17
Loss of a ropewalk in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-17
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the Senate, January 17, 1817. American State Papers 23 1817-01-17
Discount allowed to Georgia on assuming her quota of the direct tax for 1816. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-01-18
Property plundered by the enemy in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-18
Land claims in the eastern district of Louisiana. Communicated to the Senate, January 20, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-01-20
Loss of the private armed brig General Armstrong, at Fayal, in 1814. Communicated to the Senate, January 20, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-20
Loss of a leg in the public service. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 20th January, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-20
Surveys of the waters of the Chesapeake Bay, with a view to their defence, and the establishment of docks and depots. Communicated to the Senate, January 20, 1817. American State Papers 23 1817-01-20
Remission of forfeiture. Communicated to the Senate, January 21, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-01-21
Light-houses, &c. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1817. American State Papers 15 1817-01-21
Lead mines and salines. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-01-21
Accountability of disbursing officers -- rank and duties of the attorney general. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-01-21
Georgia militia claims. Communicated to the Senate on the 21st January, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-21
Militia claims. Communicated to the Senate, January 23, 1817. American State Papers 16 1817-01-23
Inquiry into the conduct of General Harrison while commanding the Northwestern Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1817. American State Papers 16 1817-01-23
Losses at Buffalo and on the Niagara Frontier, in New York. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-23
Distressed American seamen in foreign ports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1817. American State Papers 15 1817-01-25
Property lost at Plattsburg in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-27
Annuities to the widow and children of Arnold Henry Dohrman, deceased. Communicated to the Senate, January 27, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-27
Coffee lost at Algiers in 1812. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-27
Georgia militia claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-27
Hospital surgeons. Communicated to the Senate, January 27, 1817. American State Papers 23 1817-01-27
Land claims in Tennessee. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-01-28
Brevet rank. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1817. American State Papers 16 1817-01-28
Claim of the Creeks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1817. American State Papers 08 1817-01-29
Indian grants in Louisiana, confirmed. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-01-29
Condition of the naval establishment. Communicated to the Senate, January 29, 1817. American State Papers 23 1817-01-29
Indemnity for losses sustained by Francis Cazeau, of Montreal, during the Revolution. Communicated to the Senate, January 31, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-01-31
Release of an insolvent debtor to the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-02-01
Great Britain -- discriminating duties. Communicated to Congress, February 3, 1817. American State Papers 04 1817-02-03
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1816. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1817. American State Papers 15 1817-02-03
Discriminating duties. Communicated to the Senate, February 3, 1817. American State Papers 15 1817-02-03
Division of quarter sections of land. Communicated to the Senate, February 3, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-02-03
Indemnity for waste on Villiers' plantation during the defence of New Orleans in 1814 and 1815. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-02-03
Indemnity for injury done to Montreuil's plantation during the defence of New Orleans in 1814 and 1815. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-02-03
Houses and furniture burnt by order of the commanding general at New Orleans in 1815. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-02-03
Indemnity for waste on Castanado's plantation during the defence of New Orleans in 1814 and 1815. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-02-03
Protection to the manufacturing and mercantile interests. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-02-04
Trade and intercourse. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1817. American State Papers 08 1817-02-04
Indemnity for property destroyed by the enemy in 1777. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-02-05
Claim for prize money for a British vessel destroyed on Lake Superior. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1817. American State Papers 23 1817-02-05
Great Britain -- deportation of slaves. Communicated to the Senate, February 7, 1817. American State Papers 04 1817-02-07
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 7, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-02-07
Reports of the decisions of the Supreme Court. Communicated to the Senate, February 7, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-02-07
Indemnity to a teamster for damages awarded against him. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-02-07
Roads and canals. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 8, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-02-08
Pension to a revenue officer disabled in service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 8, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-02-08
Indian grant in Louisiana, confirmed. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 10th February, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-02-10
Recognition of the claim of Marquis de Maison Rouge. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-02-10
Duty on carriages. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-02-11
Duty on licenses to retailers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-02-11
Direct tax and internal duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-02-11
Claim of Georgia for the cession of the Yazoo country. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-02-11
Merchandise captured by the enemy in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 12, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-02-12
Commissions for obtaining subscriptions to loans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-02-13
Port of entry at Cincinnati, Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1817. American State Papers 15 1817-02-13
Judge of the Sixth Circuit paid for extra services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-02-13
Further credits after judgment. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-02-13
Reimbursement of legal expenses. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-02-13
Roads and canals. Communicated to the Senate, February 14, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-02-14
Notification of the persons elected to the offices of president and vice-president. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-02-15
Recognition of a French grant in Illinois. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-02-18
City of Washington: progress made in rebuilding the public edifices. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-02-18
Money lost by a paymaster. Communicated to the Senate, on the 19th of February, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-02-19
Subscription to the Chesapeake and Delaware and Dismal Swamp Canals. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 20, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-02-20
Agriculture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-02-21
Currency. Communicated to the Senate, February 22, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-02-22
Indemnity for waste on Villere's plantation, near New Orleans, in 1814 and 1815. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-02-22
Military claims of Maryland. Communicated to the Senate, February 24, 1817. American State Papers 16 1817-02-24
Inquiry into the official conduct of Judge Toulmin. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-02-27
House burnt by the enemy at Havre-de-Grace in 1813. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-02-27
Loss sustained by an officer of the Navy, caused by the capture of his vessel. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-02-27
The Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-02-28
Imports for the year ending September 30, 1815. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1817. American State Papers 15 1817-02-28
Sunday mails. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1817. American State Papers 27 1817-03-01
The proceedings of a session specially called on Tuesday, March 4, 1817. US Senate Executive Journal 1817-03-04
Inaugural address of James Monroe, President of the United States. March 4, 1817. American State Papers 04 1817-12-01
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the first session of the Fifteenth Congress, in the forty-second year of the independence of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 4, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-01
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the first session of the Fifteenth Congress; begun and held in the City of Washington, December 1, 1817, and in the forty-second year of the sovereignty of the said United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 1 1817-12-01
Message of the President of the United States at the commencement of the first session of the Fifteenth Congress. Communicated to Congress, December 2, 1817. American State Papers 04 1817-12-02
Message from the President of the United States, to both Houses of Congress, at the commencement of the first session of the Fifteenth Congress. December 2, 1817. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-02
Message from the President of the United States, to both Houses of Congress, at the commencement of the first session of the Fifteenth Congress. December 2, 1817. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 5, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-02
Letter from his Excellency David Holmes, Governor of the State of Mississippi, transmitting a copy of the constitution and form of government of the said state. December 4, 1817. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 5, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-04
In Senate of the United States, December 5, 1817. Agreeably to notice, Mr. Daggett asked and obtained leave to bring in the following resolution, which was read and passed to the second reading: Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that the Secretary of State cause to be distributed, one set of state papers and public documents... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-05
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements relating to the internal duties and direct tax; and an abstract of the official emoluments and expenditures attending the collection of the same. December 5, 1817. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 5, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-05
Direct tax and internal duties. Communicated to the Senate, December 8, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-12-08
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, December 8, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-12-08
In Senate of the United States, December 8, 1817. Mr. Sanford submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee of Finance inquire what alterations or amendments may be requisite in the present system of collecting the duties charged... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-08
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting his annual report on the state of the finances; prepared in obedience to the "Act Supplementary to an Act To Establish the Treasury Department." December 8, 1817. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 5, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-08
Repeal of the internal duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 9, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-12-09
In Senate of the United States, December 9, 1817. Agreeably to notice, Mr. Barbour asked and obtained leave to bring in the following resolution, which was read and passed to the second reading. Resolution for an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, in relation to internal improvements... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-09
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, accompanying a bill to abolish the internal duties. December 9, 1817. Read and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-09
Resolutions offered by Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, and Mr. Walker, of North Carolina. December 9, 1817. Read and committed to a Committee of the Whole House, on Monday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-09
In Senate of the United States, December 10th, 1817. Mr. Sanford submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Secretary of the Treasury lay before the Senate information of the progress which has been made in the settlement of public accounts... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-10
In Senate of the United States, December 10th, 1817. Mr. Morril submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the President of the United States be requested to communicate to the Senate, such information as he may possess relating to the progress made in surveying the several tracts of military bounty lands... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-10
Treaties with several tribes. Communicated to the Senate, December 11, 1817. American State Papers 08 1817-12-11
Executive Journal. (Fortieth session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1817-12-11
Public deposites. Communicated to the Senate, December 12, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-12-12
Damages for enlisting a minor. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 12, 1817. American State Papers 16 1817-12-12
In Senate of the United States, December 12th, 1817. Mr. Lacock submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the expediency of dividing the State of Pennsylvania into two judicial districts... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-12
In Senate of the United States, December 12, 1817. Mr. Daggett submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the expediency of passing a law on the subject of bankruptcies... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-12
In Senate of the United States, December 12th, 1817. Mr. Campbell submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expediency of providing, by law, for authorizing those who hold titles, derived from the State of North Carolina, to lands in that part of the State of Tennessee... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-12
Report of the Committee of Revisal and Unfinished Business. December 12, 1817. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-12
Report of the Secretary of War, of the number of warrants for military bounty land, issued to soldiers who served during the late war, and the quantity of land included in such warrants. December 12, 1817. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-12
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, communicating his reason for not transferring the public moneys, deposited in certain state and other local banks, to the Bank of the United States. December 12, 1817. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-12
Roads and canals. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 15, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-12-15
Money deposited with the American consul at Tunis. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 15, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-12-15
In Senate of the United States, December 15, 1817. Mr. Barbour submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the President of the United States be requested to communicate to the Senate, such information as he may possess, and which the public interest will permit him to disclose, relative to our pending negotiation with Spain. Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-15
In Senate of the United States, December 15, 1817. Mr. Williams, of Mississippi, submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire what provisions are necessary to give effect to the laws of the United States, within the State of Mississippi. Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-15
In Senate of the United States, December 15, 1817. Mr. Troup submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the President of the United States be requested to cause to be laid before the Senate, such information as he may possess, touching the execution of so much of the first article of the late treaty of peace and amity between his Britannic Majesty and the United States of America, as relates to the restitution of slaves... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-15
In Senate of the United States, December 15, 1817. Mr. Daggett, from the committee to whom was referred the resolution authorizing the distribution of certain public documents, reported it with the following amendments... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-15
In Senate of the United States, December 15, 1817. Mr. Morrow submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that a committee be appointed to inquire whether any, and if any, what legislative provision is necessary to be made, for ascertaining and establishing the northern boundary line of the State of Ohio... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-15
Report in the case of Winslow and Henry Lewis. December 15, 1817. Read, and, with a bill for their relief, committed to a Committee of the Whole House, to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-15
Report, in part, of the committee on so much of the President's message as relates to roads, canals, and seminaries of learning. December 15, 1817. Read and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Friday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-15
Message from the President of the United States, communicating information of the proceeding of certain persons who took possession of Amelia Island and of Galvezton [sic], during the summer of the present year, and made establishments there. December 15, 1817. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-15
Claims to land in Tennessee, under grants from North Carolina. Communicated to the Senate, December 16, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-12-16
Loss of the schooner William Yeaton. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 16th of December, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-12-16
In Senate of the United States, December 16, 1817. Mr. Morrow submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expediency of prohibiting any location or surveys being made under military land warrants, on lands in the Virginia military tract... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-16
Losses sustained by the surrender of the Territory of Michigan to the enemy in 1812. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 17, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-12-17
Memorial of the Mississippi Convention, praying an extension of the limits of that state. December 17, 1817. Read, and referred to Mr. Poindexter, Mr. Speed, Mr. Robertson, of Louisiana, Mr. Claiborne, and Mr. Cobb. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-17
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting an estimate of the appropriations for the service of the year 1818. December 17, 1817. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-17
In Senate of the United States, December 18, 1817. Mr. Ruggles submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the committee on so much of the President's message as relates to roads and canals, be instructed to inquire into the expediency of providing by law, for the appointment of commissioners to survey, lay out, and mark, a road from the west bank of the Ohio River... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-18
In Senate of the United States, December 18, 1817. Mr. Eppes submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expediency of extending for a farther time an act entitled "An Act, Further Extending the Time for Locating Virginia Military Land Warrants, and for Returning the Surveys Thereon to the General Land Office"; and also, the act, entitled "An Act Authorizing Patents To Issue for Lands Located and Surveyed by Virtue of Certain Virginia Resolution Warrants." Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-18
In Senate of the United States, December 18, 1817. Mr. Noble submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expediency of establishing a land office in the eastern part of the State of Indiana. Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-18
Message from the President of the United States, complying with the resolution of the Senate of the eleventh of this month. December 18, 1817. Printed by the order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-18
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the case of John I. Pattison. December 18, 1817. Read and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on 1st January next. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-18
Land titles in Florida. Communicated to the Senate, December 19, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-12-19
Strength of the Army, and its disposition. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 22, 1817. American State Papers 16 1817-12-22
Indemnity for waste on the property of William Clements, in the State of Tennessee. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 22, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-12-22
In Senate of the United States, December 22, 1817. Mr. Noble submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Finance be instructed to inquire what legislative provisions are necessary, if any, to authorize the payment of the three per cent. now due, or that which may hereafter be due, to the State of Indiana... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-22
Report of a select committee appointed to inquire into the claims of certain detachments of the militia of Georgia, during the years 1793 and 1794. December 22, 1817. Accompanying a bill authorizing the payment of certain militia claims of the State of Georgia. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-22
Message from the President of the United States, communicating, pursuant to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the eleventh inst. a report of the present strength of the Army of the United States; its distribution among the several military posts; and its competency to defend the several fortifications &c. &c. December 22, 1817. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-22
Land titles in Florida. Communicated to the Senate, December 23, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-12-23
Application to change mode of surveying islands of public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-12-23
Effect of the judicial proceedings of one state in the courts of other states. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-12-23
Slaves removed from Louisiana by the British in 1815. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-12-23
Depreciation, commutation, and bounty land. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-12-23
In Senate of the United States, December 23, 1817. Agreeably to notice given yesterday, Mr. Morril asked and obtained leave to introduce the following resolution, which was read, and passed to the second reading: Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, that the Commissioner of the General Land Office furnish each soldier... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-23
In Senate of the United States, December 23, 1817. Mr. Smith submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Secretary of the Treasury be directed to lay before the Senate a statement of the amount of duties on imported salt... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-23
In Senate of the United States, December 23, 1817. Mr. Dickerson, agreeably to notice given yesterday, and in obedience to instructions received from the Legislature of New Jersey, asked and obtained leave to introduce a resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, as it respects the election of representatives in Congress, and the appointment of electors of President and Vice President of the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-23
Report of the Committee on the Judiciary, who were instructed to inquire whether any, and if any, what legal provisions are necessary to prescribe the effect which the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of each state shall have in the courts of every other state. December 23, 1817. Accompanied with "A Bill To Prescribe the Effect which Certain Records and Judicial Proceedings of the Courts of Each State Shall Have in Every Other State, and in the Courts of the United States." Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-23
Surety of a recognisor. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 24, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-12-24
Lessee of the salt works on the Wabash. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 24, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-12-24
In Senate of the United States, December 24, 1817. The Committee of Claims, to whom has been referred the petition of Silas Willard, report: That the petitioner stands bound in a recognizance to the United States, in the penal sum of $4000, for the appearance of John M. Willard, in the circuit court of Vermont, who stands charged... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-24
Amendments proposed to the Treaty with the Wyandots, Senecas, Delawares, Shawanees, Pattawatamies, Ottowas, and Chippewas. Communicated to the Senate, December 29, 1817. American State Papers 08 1817-12-29
Claims to land in Tennessee, under grants from North Carolina. Communicated to the Senate, December 29, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-12-29
List of persons holding office after their election to Congress. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1817. American State Papers 38 1817-12-29
List of brevet officers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1817. American State Papers 16 1817-12-29
Pension. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-12-29
Military service performed in 1759. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 29th of December, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-12-29
Surety of a defaulting postmaster. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 29th of December, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-12-29
In Senate of the United States, December 29, 1817. Mr. Tait submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on the Militia be instructed to inquire into the expediency of augmenting the pay of the militia... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-29
Message from the President of the United States, in compliance with a resolution of the sixteenth instant, relative to the restitution of slaves under the first article of the Treaty of Ghent. December 29, 1817. Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-29
In Senate of the United States, December 29, 1817. Read, and ordered to be printed. To the Congress of the United States. The General Assembly of the State of Tennessee begs leave to address your honorable body on the subject of the unsatisfied claims for land... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-29
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of Alexander Worster. December 12, 1817. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Wednesday next. December 29, 1817. Passed through Committee of the Whole with amendment, and laid on the table without concurrence. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-29
Message from the President of the United States, communicating information pursuant to a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the twelfth instant, of the members of the present Congress who have held offices since the fourth of March, last. December 29, 1817. Referred to the Committee of Elections. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-29
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a list of the officers who held brevet rank in the Army of the United States at the close of the late war; and a list of all the officers of the present Army of the United States who now hold brevets higher than their lineal rank, &c. December 29, 1817. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-29
Amount of revenue collected in the District of Columbia, and the tonnage employed. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 30, 1817. American State Papers 11 1817-12-30
Claim of Gabriel Winter and others. Communicated to the House of Representatives, on the 30th day of December, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-12-30
In Senate of the United States, December 30, 1817. Mr. Daggett submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the President of the United States be requested to cause to be laid before the Senate, a statement of the proceedings which may have been had under an act of Congress, passed the third of March, 1817, entitled "An Act To Set Apart and Dispose of Certain Public Lands..." Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-30
In Senate of the United States, December 30, 1817. Mr. Smith submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that "a statement, from the Treasury Department, showing the amount of duty which accrued on salt..." Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-30
In Senate of the United States, December 30, 1817. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petitions of William Edwards and John G. Stubbs, report that the petitioners, covenanted with the Surveyor General of the United States, on the 25th of August, 1815, separately, each to survey twelve townships of land in the Illinois Territory... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-30
In Senate of the United States, December 30th, 1817. Read, and ordered to be printed. Treasury Department, 26th Dec., 1817. Sir, in obedience to a resolution of the Senate of the 24th inst. directing the Secretary of the Treasury to lay before the Senate a statement of the amount of duties on imported salt... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-30
Report from the Secretary of the Treasury, of the amount of receipts into the Treasury of the United States, from imports, internal taxes, and other sources of revenue, within the District of Columbia, from the assumption of the jurisdiction by Congress, in 1801. Also, a statement of registered tonnage, &c. within said district. December 30, 1817. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-30
Petition from the citizens of the Counties of Clarke, Monroe, Washington, Mobile, and Baldwin, in the Alabama Territory. October, 1817. December 30, 1817. Referred to the select committee, appointed on the 17th instant, on a memorial of the Mississippi Convention, relating to an extension of the limits of that state. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-30
Report of the Committee on Private Land Claims, on the petition of Gabriel Winter and others, accompanying a bill "Confirming Certain Lands in the County of Arkansas, in the Missouri Territory, to the Heirs of Elisha Winter, and to the Heirs of William Winter." December 30, 1817. Read and committed to a Committee of the Whole House, to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-30
Frauds by purchasers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1817. American State Papers 30 1817-12-31
House burnt at Detroit in 1813. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1817. American State Papers 36 1817-12-31
In Senate of the United States, December 31, 1817. Mr. Burrill submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on the District of Columbia be instructed to inquire into the expediency of commencing the erection of the centre building of the Capitol... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-31
In Senate of the United States, December 31, 1817. Mr. Burrill submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the committee to whom was referred the petition of the committee of the yearly meeting of the Society of Friends at Baltimore... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1817-12-31
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of John Anderson, with a bill for his relief. December 31, 1817. Committed, with the bill, to a Committee of the Whole House on Friday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1817-12-31
Index. Serial Set Vol. No. 3, Session Vol. No.2 1818-01-01
Money lost by an officer of the Army in 1777. Communicated to the Senate, January 2, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-01-02
Property lost in the City of Washington in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-01-02
In Senate of the United States, January 2, 1818. Agreeably to notice given, Mr. Sanford asked and obtained leave to bring in the following resolution, which was twice read by unanimous consent and committed: Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, that the journal of the convention, which formed the present Constitution of the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-02
In Senate of the United States, January 2, 1818. Mr. Leake submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expediency of amending the several laws relative to the sale of public lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-02
In Senate of the United States, January 2, 1818. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Weaver Bennet, report: That the petitioner represents himself to have shipped as a sergeant of marines, on board the public armed brig, Washington... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-02
In Senate of the United States, January 2, 1818. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Haffield White, report: That the petitioner represents himself, in the month of April, 1777, to have been in military service... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-02
In Senate of the United States, January 2, 1818. Honorable William H. Crawford, esq. Sir, your petitioners beg leave most respectfully to represent to you for your consideration the following case, the severity of which has nearly ruined your petitioners. In the month of February, 1814, the brig Anno... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-02
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of Andrew J. Villard. January 2, 1818. Read and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1818-01-02
Report of the Committe [sic] of Ways and Means, on the petition of Purley Keyes, with a bill for the relief of Purley Keyes and Jason Fairbanks. January 2, 1818. Committed, with the bill, to the Committee of the Whole House on Monday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1818-01-02
Reports from the War Department, made to the House of Representatives on the fourteenth March, 1800, and fourth of February, 1803, respecting claims against the United States for services of the militia of Georgia, in the years 1793 and 1794. January 2, 1818. Ordered to be printed by the House of Representatives of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1818-01-02
Application for land to establish a ferry. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1818. American State Papers 30 1818-01-05
Proposition to increase the price of public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1818. American State Papers 30 1818-01-05
Application for an extension of credit. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1818. American State Papers 30 1818-01-05
Contested election of Samuel Herrick, a representative from Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1818. American State Papers 38 1818-01-05
Contested election of Elias Earle, a representative from South Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1818. American State Papers 38 1818-01-05
Property lost in the City of Washington in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-01-05
In Senate of the United States, January 5, 1818. The Committee on the Public Lands, to whom was referred the petition of Joel Rivers, report: That it appears from the statement made by the petitioner, that he has, within the last year, commenced on improvement near Fort Claiborne... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-05
In Senate of the United States, January 5, 1818. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Edmund Dana, report: That during the late war the petitioner appears to have been permitted to act as clothing sutler... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-05
Report of the Committee of Elections, in the case of Elias Earle. January 5, 1818. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1818-01-05
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting an account of moneys transferred during the recess of Congress, from one specific appropriation to another, by authority of the President of the United States. January 5, 1818. Referred to the Committee on Public Expenditure. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1818-01-05
Report of the Secretary of War, "prepared in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the seventeenth ultimo," of the amount of pensions which have been granted to the widows and orphans of deceased officers and soldiers of the late war, with the number of each grade of officers, &c. January 5, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1818-01-05
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a list of the persons who have been added to the pension list since May 28, 1813, &c. &c. January 5, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1818-01-05
Report of the Committee on the Public Lands, on the subject of increasing the price at which the lands of the United States shall hereafter be sold. January 5, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1818-01-05
Report of the Committee of Elections, on the petition of C. Hammond, contesting the seat of Samuel Herrick. January 5, 1818. Read and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Wednesday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1818-01-05
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of the expenditure and application of moneys drawn from the Treasury by the Secretary of War, from the first October, 1816, to the thirtieth of September, 1817; and of unexpended balances of former appropriations, on first October, 1816. January 5, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1818-01-05
Alteration of the flag of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1818. American State Papers 38 1818-01-06
In Senate of the United States, January 6, 1818. Mr. Ruggles submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Public Lands be instructed to inquire whether any, and if any, what alterations are necessary to the laws relative to section No. 29, reserved for the support of the Gospel... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-06
In Senate of the United States, January 6, 1818. The Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the petition of John Rice, report that the petitioner, in November, 1808, enlisted for five years in the 4th Regt. U. States' Infantry; and that, on the 7th day of November, 1811, in an action with the enemy at Tippecanoe... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-06
Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, on the case of John Bate. December 24, 1817. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. December 24, 1817. Referred to the Committee of Claims. January 6, 1818. Bill reported with amendments, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Monday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-06
Memorial of the merchants, traders, and manufacturers of Baltimore. January 6, 1818. Referred to the Committee on Manufacturers. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-06
Report of the select committee, appointed on the 16th ultimo, to inquire into the expediency of altering the flag of the United States. January 6, 1818. Accompanied with a bill to alter the flag of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1818-01-06
Application to sell school lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1818. American State Papers 30 1818-01-07
Contracts for the year 1817. Communicated to the Senate, January 7, 1818. American State Papers 23 1818-01-07
In Senate of the United States, January 7, 1818. Mr. Tait submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the President of the United States be requested to cause to be laid before the Senate, the proceedings which may have been had, under the act entitled "An Act for the Gradual Increase of the Navy of the United States..." Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-07
In Senate of the United States, January 7th, 1818. Mr. Campbell submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Military Affairs be instructed to inquire into the expediency of requiring by law the nomination of agents to Indian tribes... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-07
In Senate of the United States, January 7, 1818. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of William Essenbeck, report: The petitioner was messenger in the office of the Secretary of the Treasury... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-07
In Senate of the United States, January 7, 1818. The Military Committee, to whom was referred the petition of John Hebbert and others, report: The petitioners state they enlisted during the late war with England, in the 43rd Regiment of Infantry, and continued in service until after the ratification of the treaty of peace, when they procured substitutes... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-07
In Senate of the United States, January 7, 1818. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of John Brown, report that the petitioner duly entered certain stills... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-07
In Senate of the United States, January 7, 1818. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of William Purcel and Martin Rose, report: The petitioners accompanied the expedition that marched to Tippecanoe... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-07
In Senate of the United States, January 7, 1818. Memorial to the honorable the Senate and the House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress assembled, the petition of the inhabitants of the County of Oneida, in the State of New York; as well manufacturers as others... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-07
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting statements of names of the clerks employed in the Navy Department, and office of the Commissioners of the Navy, and the compensation allowed to each. January 7, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-07
Report of the Committee on Pensions and Revolutionary Claims, on the petition of Edmund Brooke. December 23, 1817. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. January 7, 1818. Considered, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Monday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-07
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a statement of the expenditure and application of the moneys drawn from the Treasury on account of the Navy, from first of October, 1816, to thirtieth of September, 1817; and of the unexpended balances of former appropriations remaining in the Treasury, on the 1st Oct., 1816. January 7, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-07
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a statement of contracts made by the Commissioners of the Navy during the year 1817. January 7, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-07
The militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1818. American State Papers 16 1818-01-09
Report of the committee on so much of the public accounts and expenditures as relate to the War Department, on the case of Col. Elias Earle. January 9, 1818. Read and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-09
Report of the committee on so much of the President's message as relates to the militia. January 9, 1818. Accompanied with a bill to provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining the militia, &c. &c. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-09
Suppression of piratical establishments. Reported on January 10, 1818. American State Papers 04 1818-01-10
Slaves brought into the United States from Amelia Island. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1818. American State Papers 38 1818-01-10
Report of the committee to whom was referred so much of the President's message as relates to the introduction of slaves from Amelia Island. January 10, 1818. Accompanied with a bill supplementary to the act, to prohibit the importation of slaves into any port or place within the jurisdiction of the United States; passed 2d March, 1807. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-10
Application to sell school lands. Communicated to the Senate, January 12, 1818. American State Papers 30 1818-01-12
In Senate of the United States, January 12, 1818. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Nathaniel Cutting, report: The petitioner acts as a clerk in the Department of War... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-12
In Senate of the United States, January 12, 1818. Mr. Taylor submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expediency of providing, by law, for the sale of the surplus lands which were reserved to satisfy militia... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-12
In Senate of the United States, January 12, 1818. Mr. Ashmun submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Military Affairs be directed to inquire into the expediency of providing, by law, for the attendance of witnesses before courts martial. Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-12
In Senate of the United States, January 12, 1818. The Committee on the Public Lands, to whom was referred the petition of the trustees for the Vincennes University... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-12
In Senate of the United States, January 12, 1818. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of William Faris, report: That the petitioner appears to have obtained a patent on the 29th April, 1797, for propelling boats, by wheels... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-12
Application for an extension of credit. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1818. American State Papers 30 1818-01-13
Message from the President of the United States, communicating information of the troops of the United States having taken possession of Amelia Island, in East Florida. January 13, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-13
Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting a list of the names of persons to whom patents have been issued, for the invention of any new or useful art, or machine, manufacture, or composition of matter, or any improvement thereon, from the 1st of January, 1817, to the 1st of January, 1818. January 13, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-13
In Senate of the United States, January 13, 1818. Mr. Wilson submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Military Affairs be instructed to inquire whether any, and if any, what further provisions by law are necessary to secure to the heirs of soldiers who died... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-13
Remission of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1818. American State Papers 11 1818-01-14
In Senate of the United States, January 14, 1818. Mr. Fromentin submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the expediency of allowing to the judge of the Sixth Circuit Court of the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-14
In Senate of the United States, January 14, 1818. Mr. Williams, of Massachusetts, submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the President of the United States be requested to inform the Senate what measures have been taken in pursuance of so much of the third and fourth sections of the act, entitled "An Act To Authorize the Appointment of a Surveyor for the Lands in the Northern Part of the Mississippi Territory"... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-14
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, on the petition of Joseph Thorn accompanied with a bill for his relief. January 14, 1818. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-14
Letter from the Secretary of War, to the Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means, containing observations on the appropriations for the military service of the United States, for the years 1817, and 1818. January 14, 1818. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House, on the bill making appropriations for the payment of the arrearages which have been incurred for the support of the military establishment of the United States, previous to 1st January, 1817. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-14
Claim of the heirs of Don J. Clamorgan. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 15, 1818. American State Papers 30 1818-01-15
Advances made to a regiment of Pennsylvania militia in 1813. Communicated to the Senate, January 15, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-01-15
In Senate of the United States, January 15, 1818. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Rees Hill, respectfully report: That the said Rees Hill commanded a regiment of Pennsylvania militia... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-15
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, on the petition of Mary Graeff. January 14, 1818. Read, concurred in, petition rejected. January 15, 1818. Reconsidered, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-15
Petition of Clamorgan's representatives. January 15, 1818. Referred to the Committee on Private Land Claims. February 11, 1818. Bill reported, No. 83. Serial Set Vol. No. 9, Session Vol. No.5 1818-01-15
Claim of the representatives of Caron de Beaumarchais. Message and documents communicated January 16, 1818. American State Papers 04 1818-01-16
Tonnage for the year 1816. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1818. American State Papers 15 1818-01-16
Claim under a purchase from Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1818. American State Papers 30 1818-01-16
Claim of Caron de Beaumarchais. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-01-16
Report of the Committee on the Public Lands, on the petition of George Pearson, accompanied with a bill for his relief. January 16, 1818. Read, and with the bill committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Monday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-16
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting sundry documents in relation to the claim of the representatives of Caron de Beaumarchais. January 16, 1818. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-16
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of B. and P. Jourdan, brothers, accompanied with a bill for their relief. January 16, 1818. Read, and with the bill committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 9, Session Vol. No.5 1818-01-16
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the annual statement of the district tonnage of the United States, on the thirty-first December, 1816; with a letter from the Register of the Treasury, explanatory of the same. January 16, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-16
In Senate of the United States, January 17, 1818. The Committee on Finance, to whom was referred a statement from the Treasury Department, showing the amount of duty which accrued on salt imported during the years 1815 and 1816, and from the 1st of January to the 30th June, 1817... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-17
Exports for the year ending September 30, 1817. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1818. American State Papers 15 1818-01-19
Indemnity for money lost in the mail. Communicated to the Senate, January 19, 1818. American State Papers 27 1818-01-19
Money lost by a deputy collector in Massachusetts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-01-19
Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the Senate, January 19, 1818. American State Papers 23 1818-01-19
In Senate of the United States, January 19, 1818. Agreeably to notice given, Mr. Morril asked and obtained leave to bring in the following resolution, which was read and passed to a second reading: Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that the Secretary of State cause to be distributed to each of the senators and representatives of the Fifteenth Congress, and to the delegates of territories, who have not been supplied therewith, the sixth volume of laws... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-19
In Senate of the United States, January 19, 1818. Mr. Barbour submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Naval Affairs be instructed to inquire into the expediency of establishing naval depots... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-19
In Senate of the United States, January 19, 1818. Mr. Noble submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads be instructed to inquire into the expediency of establishing a post route... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-19
In Senate of the United States, January 19th, 1818. Mr. Ruggles submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expediency of providing by law for the sale... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-19
In Senate of the United States, January 19, 1818. The Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads, to whom was referred the petition of Alan Farquhar, of the State of Ohio... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-19
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements of the exports of the produce and manufactures of the United States, and of the produce and manufactures of foreign countries, from the 1st October, 1816, to 30th September, 1817. January 19, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-19
Revision of the revenue laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1818. American State Papers 11 1818-01-20
Navy hospitals. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1818. American State Papers 23 1818-01-20
No. 1. Remission of forfeiture. Communicated to the Senate on the 20th January, 1818. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of John Peters and Sabin Pond, report... American State Papers 11 1818-01-20
In Senate of the United States, January 20, 1818. Mr. Tait submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the expediency of repealing the third section of an act passed the 3rd day of March last past, entitled "An Act To Establish a Separate Territorial Government for the Eastern Part of the Mississippi Territory..." Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-20
In Senate of the United States, January 20, 1818. The Committee of Commerce and Manufactures, to whom was referred a letter from Julie Plantou to the President of the Senate, proposing to sell to the United States an allegorical painting of the Treaty of Ghent... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-20
In Senate of the United States, January 20, 1818. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of John Peters and Sabin Pond, report that the petitioners were owners of the brig Romulus, a vessel of the United States, which in February, 1813, they were induced to put under Swedish flag, to elude the British cruisers... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-20
In Senate of the United States, January 20, 1818. The Committee on Pensions, to whom have been referred the petition of Ephraim Shaler, De La Fayette Wilcox, and Alphonso Wetmore, first lieutenants of the Sixth Regiment United States' Infantry... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-20
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting sundry statements in relation to Navy hospitals. January 20, 1818. Read, and referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-20
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a report of such measures as may be necessary for the more effectual execution of the laws for the collection of the duties on imported goods, wares, and merchandise; prepared in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 28th of February, 1817. January 20, 1818. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-20
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting sundry statements, in relation to the Navy Pension Fund. January 20, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-20
Complaints of subaltern officers of the Navy and Marine Corps. Communicated to the Senate, January 21, 1818. American State Papers 23 1818-01-21
Register of the Navy for the year 1818. Communicated to the Senate by the Secretary of the Navy, January 21, 1818. American State Papers 23 1818-01-21
In Senate of the United States, January 21, 1818. Mr. Morrow submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Public Lands be instructed to inquire whether provision ought not be made, to limit and controul [sic] the issue and location of certificates for lands... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-21
In Senate of the United States, January 21, 1818. Mr. Williams, of Tennessee, submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the President of the United States be requested to inform the Senate in what manner the troops in the service of the United States now operating against the Seminole tribe of Indians have been subsisted... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-21
In Senate of the United States, January 21, 1818. The Committee on Naval Affairs, to whom have been referred the memorial of certain commissioned officers of the Navy, under the rank of commanders, and also the memorial of certain officers of the Marine Corps attached to the Mediterranean Squadron, have had the same under consideration, and report... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-21
Trade, intercourse, and schools. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 22, 1818. American State Papers 08 1818-01-22
Progress made under the act "To Provide for the Prompt Settlement of Public Accounts." Communicated to the Senate, January 22, 1818. American State Papers 38 1818-01-22
In Senate of the United States, January 22, 1818. Mr. Tichenor submitted the following motions for consideration: Resolved, that the Military Committee be instructed to inquire into the expediency of repealing or modifying so much of the second section of the act, establishing the military staff, as relates to hospital surgeons... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-22
In Senate of The United States, January 22, 1818. Mr. Ruggles submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expediency of passing a law, to vest in the State of Ohio... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-22
In Senate of the United States, January 22, 1818. The committee to whom was referred a resolution of the Senate, directing them to inquire into the expediency of providing, by law, for enforcing the attendance of witnesses, before courts martial... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-22
Report of the committee to which was referred so much of the President's message, as relates to Indian affairs, accompanied with a bill for establishing trading houses with the Indian tribes, &c. &c. Made January 22d, 1818, and with the bill committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Monday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-22
In Senate of the United States, January 22, 1818. The Committee on the Judiciary have, according to the order of the Senate, had under consideration the expediency of allowing to the judge of the Sixth Circuit Court of the United States a sum equal to the salary of the judge of the District Court of South Carolina... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-22
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a report, prepared in obedience to a resolution of the Senate of the eleventh Dec., 1817. January 22, 1818. Read, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-22
Application of purchasers, under Georgia grants, for indemnity after surrendering their claims to that state. Communicated to the Senate, January 23, 1818. American State Papers 30 1818-01-23
Progress made in making roads by authority of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1818. American State Papers 38 1818-01-23
Loss of the schooner William Yeaton. Communicated to the Senate, January 23, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-01-23
Surveyor of public lands south of Tennessee. Communicated to the Senate, January 23, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-01-23
Indemnity for judicial proceedings against an officer of the Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-01-23
In Senate of the United States, January 23, 1818. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petitions of Joseph Cumming, administrator of James Murren; and Samuel Parker, executor of George Parker, deceased, report: The petitioners represent the persons in whose right they claim as having been purchasers of lands... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-23
In Senate of the United States, January 23, 1818. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Joseph Forrest, report: That the petitioner's case was, at the last session, referred by the House of Representatives to the Secretary of State, whose report has been made at the present session. To this report, the Committee refer for a legal and equitable exposition of the nature of the claim. The facts of the case are, that the petitioner, in May 1812, chartered his vessel to the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-23
In Senate of the United States, January 23, 1818. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Isaac Briggs, report: That they find among the documents referred to by the petitioner, a letter from the Secretary of the Treasury... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-23
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of Major Loring Austin, accompanied with a bill for his relief. January 23, 1818. Read, and with the bill committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Monday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-23
Report of the Committee on Pensions and Revolutionary Claims, on the petition of Henry King. January 23, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 9, Session Vol. No.5 1818-01-23
In Senate of the United States, January 23, 1818. The Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the petition of John Keemble, report: The petitioner states that he entered the Army of the Revolution as surgeon's mate... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-23
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting pursuant to a resolution of the House of Representatives of ninth Dec. last, information of the roads made, or in progress, under the authority of the Executive of the United States; the states and territories through which they pass, or are intended to pass; the periods when they were ordered to be made, and how far they have extended. January 23, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-23
Duties payable at the places where the goods are imported. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1818. American State Papers 11 1818-01-26
City of Washington: additional executive offices. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1818. American State Papers 38 1818-01-26
In Senate of the United States, January 26, 1818. Mr. Goldsborough submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the President of the United States be requested to cause a statement of expenditures upon the public buildings... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-26
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the case of Henry Williams. January 23, 1818. Read, agreed to, petition rejected. January 26, 1818. Recommitted to the Committee of Claims. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-26
Report of the Committee on Public Buildings, &c. accompanied with a bill to provide for additional buildings for the accommodation of the several executive departments. January 26, 1818. Read, and with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Thursday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-26
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting statements of contracts made in the year 1817 for supplying the Army of the United States with rations; and the contracts made during the same year, by the Ordnance Department, and the Commissary General of Purchases. January 26, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-26
Duty on salt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1818. American State Papers 11 1818-01-27
In Senate of the United States, January 27, 1818. Mr. Talbott submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the expediency of so far changing the present judicial system of the United States, as to provide for the gradual diminution of the judges who at present compose the Supreme Court... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-27
In Senate of the United States, January 27, 1818. Mr. Otis submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee of Claims be instructed to inquire into the expediency of providing for the examination and allowance of moneys paid by the State of Massachusetts for the supplies and services of the militia... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-27
In Senate of the United States, January 27, 1818. The Committee on Public Lands, to whom was referred a resolution directing "that a commissioner of the General Land Office furnish each soldier who may receive a patent for military bounty land..." Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-27
In Senate of the United States, January 27, 1818. The Committee on Finance, to whom was referred the petition of Joseph Bevan of Georgia, report: The petitioner states he has imported from Liverpool, in England, a highly improved steam engine, intended to impel a mill for roling [i.e., rolling] steel to make patent hoes... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-27
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the names of the clerks employed in that Department, and the salaries given to each. January 27, 1818. Read, and referred to the committee appointed on the 23d instant, to inquire what alterations are necessary to be made in the "Act To Regulate and Fix the Compensation of Clerks," &c. &c. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-27
In Senate of the United States, January 28, 1818. Mr. Ashmun submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the expediency of providing for the security of passengers in stage coaches, in which the mail of the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-28
Spain -- imprisonment of Richard W. Meade. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1818. American State Papers 04 1818-01-29
Trials of Captain Oliver H. Perry, of the Navy, and Captain John Heath, of the Marine Corps. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1818. American State Papers 23 1818-01-30
In Senate of the United States, January 30, 1818. Mr. Wilson submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the President of the United States be requested to cause to be laid before the Senate, a statement of all the arms and accoutrements which have been manufactured at the different armories... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-30
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Secretary of War, in relation to the manner the troops in the service of the United States, now operating against the Seminole tribe of Indians, have been subsisted, whether by contract or otherwise, and whether they have been regularly furnished with rations. January 30, 1818. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-01-30
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting, in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the twenty-second instant, copies of the proceedings of the court martial ordered by Commodore Isaac Chauncey, on the Mediterranean station, for the trial of Captain Oliver H. Perry; also, for the trial of Captain John Heath of the Marine Corps. January 30, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-30
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting, pursuant to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the twenty-third Dec. last, information relative to the detention in confinement of Richard W. Meade. January 30, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-01-30
Papers and documents, in the case of the claim of the heiress of the Caron de Beaumarchais, ordered to be printed, by the House of Representatives, February, 1818. Serial Set Vol. No. 11, Session Vol. No.7 1818-02-01
Quantity of land in each land district, the quantity sold, the quantity remaining unsold, and the emoluments of the officers engaged in surveying and selling the public lands, for four years. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1818. American State Papers 30 1818-02-02
Contract with the Collector of Machias in 1813. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-02-02
House burnt in New York in 1813. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-02-02
Increase of the Navy. Communicated to the Senate, February 2, 1818. American State Papers 23 1818-02-02
In Senate of the United States, February 2, 1818. The Committee of Commerce and Manufactures have considered the petition of William G. Ridgely, which was referred to them by the Senate; and they submitted the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-02
In Senate of the United States, February 2, 1818. Mr. Storer submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the President of the United States be requested to cause a statement of the progress made under the Act To Provide for Surveying the Coast of the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-02
In Senate of the United States, February 2, 1818. Mr. Burrill submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Public Lands be instructed to report a bill extending, for the term of nine months, from the first day of March, A.D., 1818, the time limited for the exhibition of claims for certain land warrants... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-02
In Senate of the United States, February 2, 1818. Mr. Daggett submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Military Affairs be instructed to inquire into the expediency of repealing, or altering, the law passed in 1812, establishing brevet rank... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-02
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Secretary of the Navy, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the eighth of January last, of the proceedings which may have been had, under an act entitled "An Act for the Gradual Increase of the Navy of the United States, " specifying the number of ships put on the stocks and of what class; the quantity of materials procured for ship building and also, the sums of money which may have been paid out of the fund, created by said act, and for what objects; and likewise, the contracts which may have been entered into, in execution of the act aforesaid, on which moneys may not yet have been advanced. February 2, 1818. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-02
Memorial of Thomas Tenant and George Stiles, of the City of Baltimore, merchants, and ship owners, praying that certificates of registry may be granted to their vessels. February 2, 1818. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce and Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 3, Session Vol. No.2 1818-02-02
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, to the Chairman of the Committee on Pensions and Revolutionary Claims, accompanied with a report of the outstanding loan office certificates, Army certificates, and indents of interest, that appear on the books of the Treasury. January 2, 1818. Accompanying "A Bill To Authorize the Payment of Certain Loan Office Certificates." Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1818-02-02
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of Benjamin Berry, accompanied with a bill for his relief. February 2, 1818. Read, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-02-02
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of the names of the clerks in the Treasury Department and the compensation allowed to each, for services rendered during the year 1817. February 2, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-02
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of Thomas Miller and Stephen Baker, accompanied with a bill for their relief. February 2, 1818. Ordered to be printed by the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 7, Session Vol. No.3 1818-02-02
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting two statements from the General Land Office, showing the quantity of land in each district in the which the public lands have been exposed to sale, the quantity which has been sold, and the quantity which remains for sale; and the emoluments of the receivers and registers of the land offices for four years preceding the 1st day of October, 1817. February 2, 1818. Read, and committed to the Committee on Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-02
Slave killed in the military service. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 3d of February, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-02-03
Certificate issued in 1780 by a deputy quartermaster. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-02-03
In Senate of the United States, February 3, 1818. Mr. Campbell submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Military Affairs be instructed to inquire into the expediency of establishing, by law, the salaries of Indian agents... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-03
In Senate of the United States, February 3, 1818. Agreeably to notice given, Mr. Ruggles asked and obtained leave to bring the following resolution, which was read and passed to a second reading. Resolution relative to the distribution of the late edition of the land laws. Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-03
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, on the petition of Jonathan Amory, Junior. Made, February 3, 1818, and, with a bill for his relief, &c. committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-03
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, on the petitions of Daniel Manley, and Taylor and Walker. February 3, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-03
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the case of Samuel Hughes. February 3, 1818. Read and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Monday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-03
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting statements showing the names of the several persons to whom land warrants have been issued, and extra pay allowed, subsequent to the 3d March, 1817, under the act granting bounties in lands, and extra pay to certain Canadian volunteers, and the act supplementary thereto; with the names of agents or attorneys to whom land warrants were delivered, and money paid, &c. &c. February 3, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-03
In Senate of the United States, February 4, 1818. Mr. Williams, of Tennessee, submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the President of the United States be requested to cause to be laid before the Senate a list of the names of the several agents of Indian affairs... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-04
Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a list of contracts, made by the Post Office Department during the year 1817. February 4, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-04
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of monies paid at the Treasury during the year 1817, for miscellaneous claims not otherwise provided for; and a statement of contracts for supplies during the same year, by the Treasury Department; also, the purchases or payments made for supplies by the collectors for Customs, during the year 1811, in relation to the revenue, and to the temporary relief of sick and disabled seamen. February 4, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-04
Land claims in Louisiana and Missouri. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 5th day of February, 1818. American State Papers 30 1818-02-05
In Senate of the United States, February 5, 1818. The Committee on Pensions, to whom was referred the petition of Elijah Rice, respectfully report: That the petitioner claims one hundred acres of land to which he was entitled by an act of Congress, for his services during the Revolutionary War... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-05
Contested election of George Mumford, a representative from North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1818. American State Papers 38 1818-02-06
Amendment proposed to the Constitution in relation to titles of nobility, &c. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1818. American State Papers 38 1818-02-06
Money lost by a recruiting officer. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 6th of February, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-02-06
In Senate of the United States, February 6, 1818. Mr. Morrow submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the committee appointed on the memorial of the State of Tennessee, respecting claims to lands in that state, be instructed to inquire into the propriety of making a reservation of land for the establishment of a military depot, armory... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-06
In Senate of the United States, February 6, 1818. Mr. Wilson submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire whether any, and (if any) what amendments... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-06
In Senate of the United States, February 6, 1818. Mr. Williams, of Mississippi, submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expediency of providing by law, for the reservation of such tracts of lands... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-06
In Senate of the United States, February 6, 1818. The Committee of Commerce and Manufactures have considered the petition of Joshua Swain and others, inhabitants of the County of Cape May, in the State of New Jersey, which was referred to them by the Senate, and they submit the following... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-06
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting information of the number of states which have ratified the Thirteenth Article of the Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, proposed at the second session of the Eleventh Congress, pursuant to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 31st December last. February 6, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-06
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of Major John Whistler. February 6, 1818. Read and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Monday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-06
Mr. Mumford's communication to the Committee of Elections. February 6, 1818. Committed to the Committee of the Whole House, to which was this day committed the report of the Committee of Elections, in the case of George Mumford. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-06
Letter from the Secretary of War, on the subject of a call of the House of Representatives United States, for information relative to the claim of Massachusetts for expenses incurred in calling out the militia of that state during the late war. February 6, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-06
Report of the Committee of Elections, in the case of George Mumford, one of the representatives of the State of North Carolina. February 6, 1818. Read and committed to the Committee of the Whole House, to which was committed the report of the Committee of Elections, in the case of Samuel Herrick. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-06
British West India and North American colonial trade. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1818. American State Papers 05 1818-02-09
Claim of the commissioners appointed by Georgia to examine certain lands on the Tennessee River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1818. American State Papers 30 1818-02-09
Deficiency in quantity of certain ground in New York sold for the benefit of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-02-09
Losses sustained by the war with the Creek Indians. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-02-09
Indemnity to Major Gen. Brown against certain judicial proceedings. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-02-09
Report of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund. February 9, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-09
Report of the committee to whom was referred that part of the President's message which relates to the commercial intercourse of the U. States with the British West India islands and North American colonies, and also on the petition of sundry inhabitants of different parts of the District of Maine, on the same subject. February 9, 1818. Accompanied with a bill supplementary to the "Act Regulating Duties on Imports and Tonnage," passed 27th April, 1816. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-09
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting copies of the accounts of General Arthur St. Clair. February 9, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-09
Sinking fund. Communicated to the Senate, February 10, 1818. American State Papers 11 1818-02-10
Remission of forfeiture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1818. American State Papers 11 1818-02-10
City of Washington: location of the public offices. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1818. American State Papers 38 1818-02-10
Ship removed from Castine by the British in 1815, after the treaty of peace. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-02-10
In Senate of the United States, February 10, 1818. Mr. Ruggles submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Military Affairs, be instructed to inquire into the expediency of making provision by law... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-10
In Senate of the United States, February 10, 1818. The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the memorial and petition of James Brobson, Marshal of the District of Delaware, praying for some additional compensation to be made to him, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-10
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, on the petition of Nathaniel Goddard, and others, formerly owners of the ship Ariadne and her cargo, accompanied with a bill for the relief of the owners of the ship Ariadne, &c. &c. February 10, 1818. Read, and with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-10
Letter from the Commissioner of the Public Buildings, transmitting pursuant to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 2d Inst., copies of the original deed of conveyance to the trustees of the United States, for the ground in the City of Washington; and copies of the correspondence in relation to the location of the public offices on the President's Square. February 10, 1818. Read, and referred to the committee on so much of the President's message as relates to public buildings and additional executive offices. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-10
Report relative to Captain Bigger's rangers. February 10, 1818. Ordered to be printed by the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-10
Message from the President of the United States, upon the subject of the furniture necessary for the President's house, &c. February 10, 1818. Read, and referred to the committee on so much of the President's message as relates to public buildings, and additional executive offices. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-10
Report of the select committee, to whom was referred the petitions of Andrew Jackson, of Thomas Carr, and of George W. Sevier, accompanied with a bill, for the benefit of Thomas Carr, and others. Made, and with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Monday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-10
Maintenance of a wounded soldier. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-02-11
Defence of the maritime frontier and establishment of naval depots and dockyards. Communicated to the Senate, February 11, 1818. American State Papers 23 1818-02-11
Petition and documents of Gabriel Winter. Ordered to be printed by the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 6, Session Vol. No.2 1818-02-11
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, on the petition of John Wilmot accompanied with a bill for his relief. February 11, 1818. Read, and with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-11
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of the reports in relation to the surveys and examinations made by naval officers in co-operation with officers of the Corps of Engineers. February 11, 1818. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-11
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, pursuant to a resolution of the House of Representatives, passed at the last session, a report of the number and conditions of the contracts which have been made for the supply of arms for the United States since the adoption of the Constitution, &c. &c &c. February 11, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-11
The Mint. Communicated to the Senate, February 12, 1818. American State Papers 11 1818-02-12
Pay of brevet officers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 12, 1818. American State Papers 16 1818-02-12
In Senate of the United States, February 12, 1818. Mr. Wilson submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expediency of extending the time allowed, by the "Act To Provide for Designating, Surveying, and Granting, the Military Bounty Lands," approved May 6, 1812, to noncommissioned officers and soldiers... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-12
In Senate of the United States, February 12, 1818. The managers on the part of the Senate have met and conferred with those on the part of the House of Representatives, on the subject of the disagreeing votes of the two Houses upon the bill, entitled "An Act Making Appropriations for the Military Service of the United States for the Year 1818..." Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-12
Report of the committee appointed on the part of the House of Representatives, to confer with a committee of the Senate, on the subject of the disagreeing votes of the two Houses, on the amendment of the Senate, to the bill making appropriations for the military service of the United States for the year 1818. February 12, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-12
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a report of the Director of the Mint, of assays made of several species of foreign gold and silver coins, pursuant to the act of April 29, 1816. February 12, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 8, Session Vol. No.4 1818-02-12
Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting a report, in part, of balances on the books of the Treasury, which appear to have been due more than three years prior to the 30th of September, 1817, or to have remained unsettled on that day. February 12, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 9, Session Vol. No.5 1818-02-12
In Senate of the United States, February 13, 1818. Agreeably to notice given, Mr. Daggett asked and obtained leave to bring in the following resolution, which was read and passed to a second reading: Resolved by the Senate and House of Representative of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, that the Secretary of State cause to be distributed to each of the judges of the Supreme Court, and of the district courts in the United States, one set of the state papers... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-13
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Secretary of the Treasury, in pursuance of a resolution of the Senate of the nineteenth of January, 1818, with the letters, &c. referred to in it. February 13, 1818. Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-13
Letters from the Secretary of the Navy, to the Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means, relative to the estimate of appropriations for the support of the Navy of the United States for the year 1818. February 13, 1818. Laid before the House of Representatives by the Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 9, Session Vol. No.5 1818-02-13
Reports of the Committee of Commerce and Manufactures, upon the subject of domestic manufactures, made to the House of Representatives of the United States, at the first session of the Fourteenth Congress. February 13, 1818. Ordered to be printed by the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 9, Session Vol. No.5 1818-02-13
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements of the accounts of General Arthur St. Clair. February 13, 1818. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 9, Session Vol. No.5 1818-02-13
City of Washington: progress made in rebuilding the public edifices. Communicated to the Senate, February 16, 1818. American State Papers 38 1818-02-16
Encouragement to Irish emigrants. Communicated to the Senate, February 16, 1818. American State Papers 38 1818-02-16
House burnt in Maryland by the enemy in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 16, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-02-16
Houses and other property destroyed near New Orleans in 1814 and 1815. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 16, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-02-16
In Senate of the United States, February 16, 1817 [i.e., 1818]. Mr. Wilson submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads be instructed to inquire into the expediency of establishing a post route... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-16
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a statement of the expenditures upon the public buildings, and an account of their progress for the year 1818. Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-16
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Madame Poidevin, with a bill for her relief. February 16, 1818. Read, and with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 9, Session Vol. No.5 1818-02-16
Spain -- blockades. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1818. American State Papers 04 1818-02-17
Great Britain -- duties on iron. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1818. American State Papers 04 1818-02-17
Remission of discriminating duties on British vessels and their cargoes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1818. American State Papers 11 1818-02-17
Application for an extension of credit. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1818. American State Papers 30 1818-02-17
House and furniture destroyed at Sodus, New York, in 1813. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1818. American State Papers 36 1818-02-17
In Senate of the United States, February 18, 1818. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of John Stockton, report: That the petitioner represents that he has holden office of the Commissioner of Loans, and agent for paying military invalids, in the State of Delaware... Serial Set Vol. No. 2, Session Vol. No.1 1818-02-17