4 edition of United States in Congress assembled. May 22d, 1788 found in the catalog.
United States in Congress assembled. May 22d, 1788
United States. Continental Congress.
|Contributions||Continental Congress Broadside Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||Cont Cong no. 232|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. (p. [2-4] blank) ;|
|LC Control Number||90898161|
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Dane, Mr. Williamson, Mr. Irvine, Mr. Hamilton, and Mr. Brown, to whom was referred a motion of Mr. Dane, relative to public and unsettled accounts. [New York: s.n] [Online Text. United States in Congress assembled.
May 22d, The committee consisting of Mr. Dane, Mr. Imprint from Evans. Former attribution to John Dunlap rejected in the Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 34, p. Recorded in Dunlap's account book. JCC Evans Journals of. Get this from a library. United States in Congress assembled.
May, 22d, the committee consisting of Mr. Dane, Mr. Williamson, Mr. Irvine, Mr. Hamilton, and Mr. Brown, to whom was referred a motion of Mr. Dane, relative to public and unsettled accounts, having reported resolved, that Congress agree to the said report.
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To all Persons to whom these Presents shall come or be made known. Whereas the United States of America in Congress assembled by their Commission bearing date the twelvth day of May One thousand Seven hundred and Eighty four thought proper to constitute John Adams, Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson their Ministers Plenipotentiary, giving to them or a.
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UNITED STATES, Aug Gentlemen of the Senate: Although the treaty with the Creeks may be regarded as the main foundation of the future peace and prosperity of the Southwestern frontier of the United States, yet in order fully to effect so desirable an object the treaties which have been entered into with the other tribes in that quartet must be faithfully.
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Putnam’s Sons, ). The Federal Edition in 12 volumes. Vol. XII (Letters and Misc. Writings. “To the United States in Congress assembled, the representation of the Legislative Councils and General Assembly of the state of New Jersey showeth, — PROCEEDINGS WHICH LED TO THE ADOPTION OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.
ADDRESS TO THE STATES, BY THE UNITED STATES IN CONGRESS ASSEMBLED. To accompany the Act of Ap. "That twenty thousand dollars be, and hereby are, appropriated for the purpose of Indian treaties", whenever the same shall hereafter be judged necessary by a majority of the United States in Congress assembled; and that the resolutions for holding a general treaty with the Indians, passed the 5th day of the present month, be, and they are.
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“Resolved, That the United States, in Congress assembled, highly approve the laudable and pious undertaking of Mr. Robert Aitken, of Philadelphia, as subservient of the interests of religion, and being satisfied of the care and accuracy of the execution of the work, recommend this edition of the Bible to the inhabitants of the United States.”.
From Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, 3 August Skip navigation. Go to main content. Home –89, description begins The Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States of America, from the Signing of the Definitive Treaty of Peace to the Adoption of the Constitution, (see under 15 and 25 May ).
This is in three. [Editors note: text in boldface was removed for the final version of the Declaration, and text in italics was added]. A Declaration by the Representatives of the United States of America, in General Congress Assembled.
When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to. Thomas Mifflin of Pennsylvania was the Fifth United States in Congress Assembled President (USCA President), serving under the Articles of Confederation from November 3, until November 2, Mifflin's Congressional session first convened at the Maryland State House in Annapolis on Decem and concluded its business on June 3, The Lucius Lyon papers (12 linear feet) contain the public correspondence of Lucius Lyon, United States representative and senator from Michigan, and surveyor general for Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan.
Lyon received letters from southern Michigan governors and legislators, as well as postmasters, physicians, and other local politicians. The United States steamer Arctic, which left New York on the 2df arrived at Liverpool ou the 16th, at 7 P. The steamship City of Glasgow left Liverpool for Philadelphia on the 16th ultimo with a large freight and passengers, among whom is the Hon Mr.
Clemson, United States Representative to Belgium. The news, as communicated by telegraph. Samuel Seabury was born in North Groton, Connecticut in His father, also Samuel Seabury (–), originally a Congregationalist minister in Groton, was ordained deacon and priest in the Church of England inand was a rector in New London, Connecticut, from toand of St George’s, Hempstead, Long Island, from until his death.
* * * * * * * * * In June,the Convention of Virginia was a free, Sovereign, and Independent State; and on the fourth of July,following, the United States, in Congress assembled, declared the thirteen United Colonies free and Independent States; and that, as such, they had full power to levy war, conclude peace, etc.Sir, Office of Secy of Congress, March 1.
I have the honor to inform you that the United States in Congress assembled have appointed you Superintendant of Indian affairs in the Southern department, in the room of Mr White who has resigned. The situation of affairs in that quarter requiring an immediate appointment to that Office and Congress being uncertain .Morris v.
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