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VESSELS being fitted out or armed, in whole or in part, in the U. S., against

any foreign power with which the U. S. is at peace. An act to prevent.. 296
VERMONT. Chronological statement of the formation of the Government of 412
VICE PRESIDENT of the U.S. from 1789 to 1853. (See Electoral Votes.) Elec-
toral votes for

315-332
VICE PRESIDENT of the U. S. by the Senate, he not having a majority of
electoral votes. Richard M. Johnson elected.......

328
VICE PRESIDENTS and Presidents pro tempore from March 4, 1789, to

March 3, 1851. Attendance in the Senate of the .................... 336-315
VICE PRESIDENT. Act relative to election of President and Vice Presi-

dent, and declaring what officer shall act as President in case of vacan-
cies in offices of President and .

291
VICE PRESIDENT in case of vacancies in those offices. Provision for the
election of a President and

293
VICE PRESIDENT to be delivered into the office of Secretary of State. A
resignation or refusal to accept the office of...

293
VICE PRESIDENT to commence on March 4, &c. Term of office of the... 293
VICE PRESIDENT of the U.S. An aet providing compensation to the Presi-
dent and

293
VICE PRESIDENT in all the States. An act to establish a uniform time for
elections of electors of President and...

302
VICE PRESIDENT, to qualify him as President of the U. S. Oath of John
Tyler

....... 331
VIRGINIA, in 1786, appointing Commissioners to meet those of other States at

Annapolis, to consider a general and uniform system of trade, &c., and
commerce. Resolution of the commonwealth of

160
VIRGINIA, in 1786, for appointing deputies to Convention to revise Federal
Constitution. Act of the Commonwealth of ........

167
VIRGINIA. Chronological statement of the charters and constitutions of ... 408
VIRGINIA, in relation to the North-Western Territory. Recommendation by
Congress to ......

418
VIRGINIA, on March 1, 1784. North-Western Territory ceded to the U.S. by 422
VOTES for President and Vice President of the U.S. Provision of the Con-
stitution relative to electoral.....

29
VOTES for President and Vice President of the U. S. from 1789 to 1853.
Electoral

315-334
VOTES for President and Vice President of the U. S. Enactments of law
regarding the electoral

291
VOTES. Compensation to, and penalties of, persons to deliver the electoral 292
VOTES. Compensation to the persons to deliver the electoral ..

300

WAR, from 1789 10 1847. Names, States, services, &c., of the Secretaries of 398
WASHINGTON to be General and commander-in-chief of the army of the

United Colonies, June 17, 1775. Appointment by Congress of the Confede-
ration of George..

201

to

WASHINGTON to Congress, accepting the appointment Address of
George....

201
WASHINGTON as General and commander in-chief. Commission
George...

202
WASHINGTON, with their lives and fortunes, for the maintenance and pre-

servation of American liberty. Resolution of Congress of June 17, 1775,
that they will maintain, assist, and adhere to George

203
WASHINGTON, August 26, 1783, on the termination of the war. Address of
the President of Congress to George

203
WASHINGTON to the same. Reply of George

204
WASHINGTON, commander-in-chief. Resolution of Congress of December
20, 1783, that a public audience be given to George

..... 205
WASHINGTON, commander-in-chief. Resolution of Congress of December
20, 1783, that a public entertainment be given to George

205
WASHINGTON of his commission as commander-in-chief of the American
army,
December 23, 1783. Resignation by George.......

203
WASHINGTON, in answer to the same. Address of Thomas Mifflin, Presi-
dent of Congress, to George......

209
WASHINGTON by Houdon. Remarks and correspondence relating to, and

John Marshall's opinion of the accuracy of, the statuary likeness of
George..

.....205-207
WASHINGTON appointed a deputy from Virginia to the Convention which
formed the Constitution. George......

169
WASHINGTON, President of the Convention, in 1787, transmitting the Con-
stitution to the Congress of the Confederation. Letter from. George

...... 188
WASHINGTON, President of the U.S. First election of George

315
WASHINGTON, as President of the U. S., dated April 6, 1789. Certificate
of the election of George

210
WASHINGTON, as President of the U. S., by the Chancellor of the State of

New York, April 30, 1789. The oath of office administered to George 211
WASHINGTON, as President of the U.S. April 30, 1789. Inaugural address
of George

211
WASHINGTON, President of the U. S. Second election of George.......... 316
WASHINGTON, President of the U. S., September 17, 1796. Farewell ad-
dress of George....

215
WASHINGTON, as Lieutenant-general and commander-in-chief of the ar-

mies of the U. S., July 3, 1798. Appointment of George ......231-239
WASHINGTON. Proceedings of the Government and funeral oration of
Henry Lee on the death of George...

....240-247
WASHINGTON. Origin of the words “First in war, first in peace, and first
in the hearts of his countrymen,” as applicable to George

242
WASHINGTON. Addresses of the Senate and House of Representatives,

respectively, to the President of the U. S., and his replies thereto, on the
death of George

... 244, 264
WASHINGTON in the Capitol at the city of Washington, and that his body

be deposited under it. Resolution of Congress directing that a marble
monument be erected by the U. S. to General

..... 245

WASHINGTON, consenting that the body of her deceased husband. George

Washington, be interred under a monument in the city of Washington.
Letter from Martha ......

261
WASHINGTON. Act of Congress extending the privilege of franking let-
ters and packages to Martha....

262
WAYNE, an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the U. S. Letter of
approbation from James M.

xii
WEBSTER, Secretary of State of the United States, Letter of approbation from
Daniel..

........xxii
WISCONSIN. Chronological statement of the formation of the govern-
ment of.......

441
WRIGHT, late Governor of New York, Senator of the U. S., &c. Letter of

approbation from Silas......

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