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ELECTION RECORDS. 4 in.

Credentials of Representatives and Delegates (10A-HI), arranged alphabetically by State or Territory.

OTHER RECORDS. 2 in.

Various papers (10A-J1), arranged by subject.

92

Records of the Office of the Clerk

For index to transcribed reports of the Committee on Claims, see entry 27; and for index to other committee reports and to reports and communica tions from executive departments, see entry 9.

RECORD BOOK. 1 vol. 2 in.

Petition book, 10th Congress, 2d session, to 14th Congress, 2d session (10C-Al). For petition book, Ist session, see entry 61.

RECORDS OF COMMITTEE REPORTS. 1 vol. 2 in.

Transcribed reports of the Committee on the District of Columbia, loth Congress, 1st session, to 27th Congress, 1st session (100-B2), arranged chronologically. For reports of the Committee on .claims, the Committee on Ways and Means, and select committees, see entry 71; and the Committee on Public Lands, entry 82.

RECORDS OF REPORTS FROM EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS. 1 vol. 2 in.

95 Transcribed reports and communications from the Secretary of the Treasury (10C-Cl), arranged chronologically. For reports from the Secretaries of State and the Navy, see entry 443 and the Secretary of War, see entry 52.

OTHER RECORDS. 1/2 in.

Receipts for records withdram ject.

(10C-D1), arranged alphabetically by sub

ELEVENTH CONGRESS, 1809-11

First Session, May 22-June 28, 1809
Second Session, November 27, 1809-May 1, 1810
Third Session, December 3, 1810-March 3, 1811

Records of Legislative Proceedings

JOURNAIS. 4 vols. 8 in.

97 Legislative journal, 1st session (111-A2), 2d session (111-A2), and 3d 808sion (11A-A3); and a secret journal, Uth Congress, 3d session and 12th Congress, 1st session (11A-A4).

BILIS ORIGINATING IN THE HOUSE. 1 ft.

Original House bills (11A-BI) and engrossed House bills (11A-B2). ranged chronologically within each group.

COMITTEE REPORTS AND PAPERS. 1 ft.

Records of the following committees, relating to the subjects listed or consisting of the kinds of documents specified: Committee on Accounts: a report on stationery for the House (11A-Cl.l). Committee on Claims: various subjects (21A-C2.l), arranged alphabetically. Committee on Commerce and Manufactures: various subjects (11A-C3.1), ar

ranged chronologically. Committee on the District of Columbia; a report on several banks in the

District (111-C4.1). Committee on Elections: contested election case of Charles Turner, Jr.,

V. William Baylies, Massachusetts (11A-C5.1). Committee on the Naval Establishment, Select: various subjects (11A-C6.1),

arranged chronologically. Committee on Public Lands: land claims in Illinois (111-C7.1) and various

subjects (111-C7.2). Arranged chronologically within each group. Committee on Ways and Meansr various subjects (11A-C8.1), arranged chrono

logically. Other select committees: business of the House of Representatives (11A- .

09.1); compensation for Zebulon Pike and his companions for exploration services (11A-C9.2); military establishment of the United States (214 09.3), and various subjects (11A-29.4). Arranged chronologically within each group.

PRESIDENT 'S MESSAGES. 3 vols. 6 in.

100 Annual messages, with pertinent documents, 1809. and 1810; messages suggesting legislation or submitting specific information or documents; and messages transmitting reports and communications from executive departments (11A-DI). Arranged chronologically.

REPORTS AND COMUNICATIONS SUBMITTED TO THE HOUSE. 7 in.

101 Reports and communications from the Secretary of State (11A-El); the Secretary of the Treasury, including 2 volumes (21A-E2); the Secretary of War (11A-E3); the Secretary of the Navy (11A-E4); and the Postmaster General (11A-E5). Arranged chronologically within each group. For other reports from the Secretary of State and the Postmaster General, see entry 88.

102

PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS, RESOLUTIONS OF STATE LEGISLATURES, AND RELATED

DOCUMENTS WHICH WERE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES. 4 ft.

Grouped by specified committees listed below, thereunder by subject. Subjects are arranged chronologically within each group, unless otherwise indicated. Committee on Claims: various subjects (11A-F1.l), arranged alphabetically

by petitioner. Committee on Coramerce and Manufactures: aids to navigation (11A-F2,1);

claims for remission of penalties and forfeitures incurred for violation of the act prohibiting the importation of slaves into the United States (11A-F2.2), arranged alphabetically by petitioner; duties and drawbacks (11A-F2.3); imposition of additional duty on the importation of foreign hats, paper, and thread (114-F2.4); the embargo (11A-F2.5); fishing bounties (LlA-F2.6); ports of entry (11A-F2.7); and various subjects (ilaF2.8).

Committee on the District of Columbia: Alexandria, D. C. (11A-F3.1); char

ters and incorporations (11A-F3.2), arranged alphabetioally by petitioner;

roads and bridges (21A-F3.3); and various subjects (11A-F3.4). Committee on Elections: various subjects (11A-F4.1). Committee on Foreign Affairs, Select: nonintercourse with Great Britain

(11A-F5.1). Committee on the Naval Establishment, Select: increased rations for offi

cers in the Navy (11A-F6.1) and various subjects (21A-F6.2). Committee on the post office and Post Roads: post offices (11A-F7.1) and

post roads (11A-F7.2). Committee on Public Lands: alaims (21A-F8.1), arranged alphabetically by

petitioner; modification of the laws relating to the sale of public

lands (11A-F8.2); and various subjects (11A-F8.3). Committee on Ways and Meanss various subjects (21A-F9.1). Other select committees: establishment of the second grade of Territorial

Government in the Territory of Louisiana (11A-F10.1); extension of the right of suffrage to the Territory of Indiana (11A-F10,2); granting hall pay to officers of the Revolutionary Army (11A-F10.3); and various sub

jects (11A-F10.4). Committee of the Whole House: the Batture in New Orleans (11A-F11.1); char

ter of the Bank of the United States (11A-Fll.2); post offices and post roads (11A-F11.3); and various subjects (11A-F11.4).

PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS, RESOLUTIONS OF STATE LEGISLATURES, AND RELATED
DOCUMENTS WHICH WERE TABLED. 8 in.

103 Grouped by subject as follows: renewal of the charter of the Bank of the United States (114-G1.1) and various subjects (21A-G1.2). Arranged chronologically within each group.

ELECTION RECORDS. 10 in.

104 Credentials of Representatives and Delegates (11A-H), arranged alphabetically by State or Territory.

OTHER RECORDS. 3 in.

Various papers (11A-Jl), arranged by subject.

Records of the Office of the Clerk

For petition book, see entry 93. For transcribed reports of the Committee on Claims, the Committee on Ways and Means, and select committees, see entry 71; the Committee on Accounts and the Committee on Public Lands, entry 82; and the Committee on the District of Columbia, entry 94. 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 REPORTS FROM EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS. I vol. 3 in.

106 Transcribed reports and communications from the Secretary of the Treaswry (11C-Al), arranged chronologically. For transcribed reports from the Secretaries of State and the Navy, see entry 44; and the Secretary of War, entry 52.

107

OTHER RECORDS. 1/2 in.

Receipts for records withdrawn (110-Bl), arranged alphabetically by sub ject.

TWELFTH CONGRESS, 1811-13

First Session, November 4, 1811-July 6, 1812
Second Session, November 2, 1812-March 3, 1813

Records of Legislative Proceedings

JOURNALS. 3 vols. 6 in.

108 Legislative journal, ist session (124-Al) and 2d session (124-A2). For a secret journal, 1st session, see entry 97.

109

BILIS AND RESOLUTIONS ORIGINATING IN THE HOUSE. 1 ft..

Original House bills (12A-B1); House simple resolutions, motions, and orders (12A-B2); and engrossed House bills (12A-B3). Arranged numerically within each group, except 12A-B2, which is arranged chronologically.

110

COMMITTEE REPORTS AND PAPERS. 1 ft.

Records of the following committees, relating to the subjects listed or consisting of the kinds of documents specified: Committee on Accounts: a report on the nature of the contingent expenses

of the House (12A-C1.I). Committee on Claims: various subjects (12A-C2.1), arranged alphabetically. Committee on Commerce and Manufactures various subjects (124-C3.1), ar

ranged chronologically. Committee on Elections: contested election case of John Taliaferro v. John

P. Hungerford, Virginia (12A-C4.1). Committee on Foreign Affairs, Select: relations with Great Britain (12A

05.1), arranged chronologically. Committee on Military Affairs, Selects various subjects (12A-C6.1), ar

ranged chronologically. Committee on the Naval Establishment, Select: exploits of Captains Hull,

Decatur, and Jones (12A-07.1); and various subjects (12A-C7.2). Ar

ranged chronologically within each group. Committee on the Post Office and post Roads: various subjects (12A-C8.1),

arranged chronologically. Committee on Public Lands: various subjects (12A-29.1), arranged chrono

logically. Committee on Ways and Means: "papers relative to the appropriations for

the support of Government for 1813" (12A-C10.1); penalties incurred by importation of British manufactures (124-c10.2); and various subjects

(12A-c10.3). Arranged chronologically within each group. Other select committees: business of the House of Representatives (12A

cll.l); consuls and vice-consuls (12A-Cll.2); roads and canals (12Acll.3); and various subjects (12A-Cll.4). Arranged chronologically within each group.

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGES. 3 vols. 8 in.

111 Annual messages, with pertinent documents, 1811 and 1812; messages suggesting legislation or submitting specific information or documents; and messages transmitting reports and communications from executive departments (12A-D2). Arranged chronologically.

112

REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS SUBMITTED TO THE HOUSE. 7 in.

Reports and communications from the Secretary of the Treasury, including 1 volume (12A-E2); and the Secretaries of War and the Navy, l volume (12AE2). Arranged chronologically within each group. For reports from the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, see entry 40; and the Secretary of State, entry 49.

113

PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS, RESOLUTIONS OF STATE LEGISLATURES, AND RELATED

DOCUMENTS WHICH WERE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES. 5 ft.

Grouped by specified committees listed below, thereunder by subject. Subjects are arranged chronologically within each group, unless otherwise indicated. Committee on Claims: various subjects (12A-F1.1), arranged alphabetically

by petitioner. Committee on Commerce and Manufactures: aids to navigation (124-F2.1); du

ties and drawbacks (12A-F2.2); the embargo (12A-F2.3); encouragement of the culture of hemp (12A-F2.4); ports of entry (12A-F2.5); seizure of the schooner Oceanus at Naples under the Berlin and Milan decrees (124

F2.6); and various subjects (124-F2.7). Committee on the District of Columbia: applications for divorce by act of

Congress (12A-F3.1); Bank of Washington (12A-F3.2); establishment of an institution of learning to be known as Washington College (12A-F3.3); improvement of the Potomac River (12A-F3.4); marriage license fees

(12A-F3.5); and various subjects (12A-F3.6). Committee on Elections: petition of John Taliaferro contesting the elec

tion of John P. Hungerford of Virginia (12A-F4.1). Committee on Foreign Affairs, Select: relations with Great Britain and

France (12A-F5.1). Committee on Military Affairs, Select: various subjects (12A-F6.1). Committee on Naval Affairs, Select: coastal defenses (12A-F7.2) and prive

teers of the city of Baltimore (12A-F7.2). Committee on the post office and post Roads: establishment of post routes

in Indiana Territory (12A-F8.1), Kentucky (12A-F8.2), New Hampshire (12A-F8.3), New York (12A-F8.4), North Carolina (12A-F8.5), Ohio (12AF8.6), Pennsylvania (12A-F8.7), Tennessee (12A-F8.8), and Virginia (12A78.9); prohibition of the transportation of the mails on Sunday (124

18.10); and various subjects (12A-F8.11). Committee on Public Lands: plan of Rev. Gabriel Richard to educate chil

dren in Michigan Territory (124-F9.1) and various subjects (12A-F9.2). Committee on Ways and Means: collectors of revenue (12 A-F10.1); duties

.(12A-F10.2); the embargo (12A-F10.3); and various subjects (12A-F10.4). Other select committees: removal of the office of the Commissioner of

Loans from Annapolis to Baltimore (12A-F11.1); renewal of Eli Whitney's patent on the cotton gin (12A-F11.2); Union Canal Company of Pennsylvania (12A-F11.3); and various subjects (12A-F11.4).

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