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Congress, 2d session (6C-A2). Arranged chronologically within each group. For other reports from the Secretary of the Treasury, and for reports from the Secretaries of State and the Navy, see entry 44.

SEVENTH CONGRESS, 1801-3

First Session, December 7, 1801-May 3, 1802
Second Session, December 6, 1802-March 3, 1803

Records of Legislative Proceedings JOURNALS. 2 vols. 4 in.

Legislative journal, 1st session (7A-Al) and 2d session (7A-A2).

BILLS AND A RESOLUTION ORIGINATING IN THE HOUSE. 3/4 in.

Engrossed House bills (7A-Bl), arranged numerically; and an engrossed joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution, as follows: "That in all future elections of President and Vice President, the persons voted for shall be particularly designated, by declaring which is voted for as President, and which as Vice President" (7A-B2).

joint resolutiouse bills (7A-BIING IN THE HOUSE. 22

COMMITTEE REPORTS AND PAPERS. 1/2 in.

Records of the following committees: Committee on Claims: various subjects (7A-C1.l),. arranged alphabetieally. Committee on Elections: disqualification of John P. Van Ness of New York

as a Member of the House (7A-C2.1). Select committees: various subjects (7A-C3.1), ranged chronologically.

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGES. 2 vols. 4 in.

Annual messages, with pertinent documents, 1801 and 1802; messages suggesting legislation or submitting specific information or documents; and messages transmitting reports and communications from executive departments (7A-D2). Arranged chronologically.

REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS SUBMITTED TO THE HOUSE. 4 in.

Reports and communications from the Secretary of the Treasury, including I volume (7A-EI). Arranged chronologically. For reports from the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, see entry 40; and the Secretaries of State, War, and the Navy, entry 49.

PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS, RESOLUTIONS OF STATE LEGISLATURES, AND RELATED DOCUMENTS WHICH WERE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES. 3 ft.

58 Grouped by specified committees listed below, thereunder by subject. Subjects are arranged chronologically within each group, unless otherwise indicated. Committee on Claims: various subjects (7A-Fi.l), arranged alphabetically

by petitioner.

Committee on Commerce and Manufactures: aids to navigation (7A-F2.1);

duties and drawbacks (7A-F2.2); ports of entry (7A-F2.3); and various

subjects (7A-F2.4). Committee on Ways and Meanss various subjects (7A-F3.1). Select committees: naturalization laws (7A-F4.1) and various subjects

(7A-F4.2). Committee of the Whole House: increase of duty on hats (7A-F5.1); organ

ization of the courts of the United States (7A-F5.2); right of deposit at New Orleans (7A-F5.3); and various subjects (7A-F5.4).

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PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS AND RELATED DOCUMENTS WHICH WERE TABLED.

Various subjects (7A-G1.1), arranged chronologically.

OTHER RECORDS. 2 in,

Documents relating to the 2d Census (7A-HI), and various other papers (7A-H2). Arranged by subject.

Records of the Office of the Clerk

For transcribed reports and communications from the Secretaries of State and the Navy, see entry 44; and the Secretary of War, entry 52. For index to transcribed reports of the Committee on Claims, see entry 27; and for index to other committee reports and to reports and communications from executive departments, see entry 9.

RECORD BOOK. 1 vol. 2 in.

Petition book, 7th Congress, 2d session, to 10th Congress, 1st session (70-A2). For petition book, 1st session, see entry 33.

RECORDS OF COMITTEE REPORTS. 1 vol. 3 in.

Transcribed reports of select committees, 7th Congress, 1st session, to 8th Congress, 1st session (7C-Bl), arranged chronologically. For reports of the Committee on Ways and Means, see entry 25; the Committee on Commerce and Manufactures, entry 34; and the Committee on Claims, entry 43.

EIGHTH CONGRESS, 1803-5
First Session, October 17, 1803-March 27, 1804
Second Session, November 5, 1804-March 3, 1805

Records of Legislative Proceedings JOURNAIS. 2 vols. 5 in.

Legislative journal, 1st session (8A-AI) and 2d session (8A-A2).

BILLS ORIGINATING IN THE HOUSE. 3/4 in.

A bill, H. R. 5, to regulate the clearance of armed merchant vessels (8A-B2); and engrossed House bills (8A-B2). Arranged chronologically.

CALOTTEE REPORTS AND PAPERS. 5 in.

Records of the following committeest Committee on Elections: contested election cases of Samuel J. Cabell v.

Thomas Mann Randolph, Virginia (8A-Ci.l), and Duncan MoFarland v. S. D.

Purviance, North Carolina (8A-C1.2). Arranged by subject.
Comuni tteo on Commerce and Manufactures: various subjects (8A-C2.1),

arranged chronologically. Select committeess various subjects (8A-C3.1), arranged chronologically.

66

PRESIDENT 'S MESSAGES. 1 vol. 2 in.

Annual messages, with pertinent documents, 1803 and 1804; messages suge gesting legislation or submitting specific information or documents; and messages transmitting reports and communications from executive departments (8A-D2). Arranged chronologically.

REPORTS AND COMUNICATIONS SUBMITTED TO THE HOUSE. 4 in.

Reports and communications from the Secretary of the Treasury, including l volume (8A-2), the Secretary of War (8A-E2), and the Secretary of the Navy (8A-E3); and a report from the Postmaster General, Mar. 1, 1804 (8A–E4). Arranged chronologically within each group. For other reports from the Secretarios of War and the Navy, see entry 49. For reports from the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, see entry 40; and the Secretary of State, entry 49.

PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS, RESOLUTIONS OF STATE LEGISLATURES, AND RELATED
DOCUMENTS WHICH WERE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES. 3 ft.

68 Grouped by specified committees listed below, thereunder by subject. Subjects are arranged chronologically within each group, unless otherwiso indicated. Committee on Claimsi various subjects (8A-F1.1), arranged alphabetically

by petitioner. Committee on Commerce and Manufactures: duties and drawbacks (8A-F2.1);

ports of entry (8A-F2.2); and various subjects (8A-F2.3). Committee on Electionat various subjects (8A-F3.1). Committee on Ways and Means: duties and drawbacks (8A-F4.1) and various

subjects (8A-F4.2). Select committees: amendment of the Charter of Alexandria, D. C. (8A-F5.1);

amendment of acts establishing a post office and post roads within the United States (8A-F5.2), naturalization laws (8A-F5.3); sale of public

lands of the United States (8A-F5.4); and various subjects (8A-F5.5). Committee of the Wholo H01180: various subjects (8A-F6.1).

PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS AND RELATED DOCUMENTS WHICH WERE TABLED.

Various subjects (8A-G1.1), arranged chronologically,

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For petition book, see entry 61. For transcribed reports and

communications from the Secretaries of State and the Navy, see on try 44; and the Secretary of War, en try 52. For index to transcribed reports of the Committee on Claims, see entry 27; and for index to other committee reports and to reports and communications from executive departments, see entry 9.

RECORDS OF COMITTEE REPORTS. 3 vols. 9 in.

Transcribed reports of the Committee on Claims, 8th Congress, 2d session, to llth Congress, 3d session (8C-AI); the Committee on Ways and Means, 8th Congress, 1st session to 18th Congress, 2d session (8C-A2); and select committees, 8th Congress, 2d session, to llth Congress, 3d session (8C-A3). Arranged chronologically within each group. For other reports of the Conmittee on Claims, see entry 43; and select committees, entry 62. For reports of the Committee on Commerce and Manufactures, see entry 34.

OTHER RECORDS, 1/2 in.

Receipts for records withdrawn (8A-B1), arranged alphabetically by sus ject.

NINTH CONGRESS, 1805-7
First Session, December 2, 1805-April 21, 1806
Second Session, December 1, 1806-March 3, 1807

Records of Legislative Proceedings

JOURNALS. 2 vols. 5 in.

Legislative journal, Ist session (9A-AI) and 2d 8888ion (9A-A2).

BILIS ORIGINATING IN THE HOUSE. 1 in.

Original House bill to amend the act entitled "An Act to regula te the collection of duties on imports and tonnagem (9A-BI); motions (9A-B2); and engrossed House bills (9A-B3). Arranged chronologically within each group.

COMMITTEE REPORTS AND PAPERS. 6 in.

Records of the following committees: Committee on Claims: various subjects (9A-c1.l), arranged alphabetically. Committee on Commerce and Manufactures: various subjects (9A-C2.1), ar

ranged chronologically. Committee on Public Lands: Ohio Co. (9A-C3.1) and various subjects (9A

.03.2). Arranged chronologically within each group. Select committees: various subjects (9A-04.1), arranged chronologically.

76

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGES, 2 vols. 6 in,

Annual messages, with pertinent documents, 1805 and 1806; messages suggesting legislation or submitting specific information or documents; and messages transmitting reports and communications from executive departments (9A-D2). Arranged chronologically.

REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS SUBMITTED TO THE HOUSE. 3 in.

Reports and communications from the Secretary of the Treasury, including l volume (9A-EI). Arranged chronologically. For reports from the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, see entry 40; and the Secretaries of State, War, and the Navy, en try 49.

Commituie election the State of

PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS, RESOLUTIONS OF STATE LEGISLATURES, AND RELATED DOCULIENTS WHICH WERE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES. 3 ft.

78 Grouped by specified committees listed below, thereunder by subject. Subjects are arranged chronologically within each group, unless otherwise indicated. Committee on Claims: various subjects (9A-F1.l), arranged alphabetically

by petitioner. Committee on Commerce and Manufactures: aids to navigation (YA-F2.1);

duties and drawbacks (9A-F2.2); Government regulation of fur trade with the Indians (9A-F2.3); ports of entry (9A-F2.4); and various subjects

(9A-F2.5). Committee on Elections: petition of Thomas Spalding, "Complaining of the

undue election of Cowles Meade, one of the members returned to serve in

the House, for the State of Georgia" (9A-F3.1). Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, Selects post offices (9A

F4.1); post roads (9A-F4.2); and various subjects (9A-F4.3). Committee on Public Lands: confirmation of land titles (9A-F5.1), ar

ranged alphabetically by petitioner; land grants and sales (9A-F5.2);

and various subjects (9A-F5.3). Committee on Ways and Means: increase in compensation for Government en

ployees (9A-F6.1) and various subjects (9A-F6.2). Other select committees: repair of fortifications and protection of port towns and rivers (9A-F7.1) and various subjects (9A-F7.2).

of the Whole House: extending the judicial power of the United States to controversies between citizens of different States (9A-F8.1); maintaining and protecting the commerce of the United States (9A-F8.2); and various subjects (9A-F8.3).

Post Roads

PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS AND RELATED DOCUMENTS WHICH WERE TABLED.

Various subjects (9A-G1.2), arranged chronologically.

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EI:ECTION RECORDS. 4 in.

Credentials of Representatives (9A-H2), arranged alphabetically by State.

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For petition book, see entry 61. For transcribed reports and communications from the Secretaries of State and the Navy, see entry 44; and the Secretary of War, entry 52. For index to trarscribed reports of the Committee on Claims, see entry 27; and for index to other committee reports and to reports and communications from executive departments, see entry 9.

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