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Of Massachusetts, passed March 10, 1789.

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or Connecticut, passed May, 1787

185
Of Maryland, passed May 26, 1787
of New Hampshire, passed June 27, 1787

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STATES by which it was ratified. Resolution of Congress of September 23,
1787, submitting the Constitution to Conventions of the

199
STATES. Oaths to support the Constitution of the U. S. to be taken by the

members of the Legislatures and by all Executive and Judicial officers

of the several.......
STATES, according to the sixth census. Appointment of Representatives

300
among the several-viz.
N. Hamp....... 4 South Carolina

1

7 Arkansas ..
Mass.... 10 Georgia

8 Michigan

3
R. Island ...... 2 Kentucky

10 [Florida..

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Connecticut.... 4 Tennessee

11 Texas.

2
Vermont....... 4 Ohio .....

21 Iowa..

2
New York...... 34 Louisiana ...

4 Wisconsin ........

3
New Jersey
5 Indiana
10 California..

2
Penn........... 24 Mississippi

4 Whole num... 2:33
Delaware ...... 1 Illinois.

7 Oregon T. del...... 1
Maryland ...... 6 Alabama ..... 7 Minesota T. del.

1
Virginia

15
Maine.......

7 New Mexico T. del.. 1
North Carolina. 9 Missouri .......... 5 Utah T. del........ 1
STATES into districts for election of Representatives. Provision, by act of
1842, for dividing the

301
STATES of the Union. An act to establish a uniform time for holding elec-
tions for electors of President and Vice President in all of the

302
STATES may by law provide for filling vacancies in the College of Electors.
Each of the .....

302
STATES and Territories of the U.S. Chronological statement of the Charters
and formation of the Governments of the several .....

.405-449
STATES. The time of ratification of the Articles of Confederation by the... 406
STATES” into the Union. Remarks on the ratification of the Constitution by

the original States, and the right and discretionary power of Congress to
admit “New.......

408
STATES in. possession thereof. Proceedings which led to the cossion of the

North-Western and Western Territory to the U. S. by the .............. 414
STATES to cede their western lands to the U.S Resolution of Congress of
September 6, 1780, recommending to the........

421
STATES should be disposed of for the common benefit of the U. S., and form-

ed into Republican States. Resolution of Congress of October 10, 1780,
that the Lands ceded by the

422
STATES by which the western lands were ceded to the U. S., and dates of
cession. Names of the........

422
STATES out of the North-Western Territory. Provision in the Ordinance
of July 13, 1787, for forming

428
STATISTICAL and other information in the public offices at the seat of Go.
vernment. Description of the sources of...

451

STATUE of George Washington by Houdon. Description of the.........205-207
SUPREME and other Courts of the U. S. empowered to grant writs of Habeas

Corpus, and to discharge foreigners confined in the state prisons in cer.
tain cases. The Judges of the.....

301
SUPREME COURT of the U. S.,, from 1789 to 1851. Names, States, com-

mencement and termination of service of the Chief and Associate Justices
of the..........

...389-392
SUPREME COURT of the U. S., from 1789 to 1851. Names, service, &c. of

the Clerks, Reporters of decisions and Marshals of the ....... ...... 393
SUPREME COURT of the U. S., from 1789 to 1851. Description of Books of
Reports of decisions of the..

466

TABLES contained in this volume. Explanatory remarks on the several .. 309
TABLES of electoral votes for President and Vice President of the U. S.,
from March 4, 1789, to March 4, 1853.......

315-332
TABLE of terms of office and length of service in the Senate, of the Vice

Presidents and Presidents pro tempore; and of the commencement, and
termination, and number of days in each session of Congress, and special

session of the Senate, from March 4, 1789, to March 3, 1851 .......... 336-345
TABLE of the names, classes, length of service of, and States represented by

all the Senators of the U.S., from March 4, 1789, to March 3, 1851.... 346-384
TABLE of the names, places of nativity or residence, time of appointment,

and expiration of service of the Secretaries of the Senate of the U. S..... 385
TABLE of the names, time of service of, and States represented by, the Speak-
ers of the House of Representatives of the U. S.

386, 387
TABLE of the names, residence, when appointed, and time of service of the
Clerks of the House of Representatives of the U. S.

388
TANEY, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the U.S. Letter of approba-
tion from Roger B.

xi
TARIFF Laws, Revenue Laws, &c., description of book's relating to........ 467
TENNESSEE. Chronological statement of the formation of the Government
of

..... 413
TERM of office of four years, of President and Vice President, to commence
on March 4, &c. The....

293
TERRITORIES. An act for the authentication of acts, records, and judicial
proceedings of States and.........

290-294
TERRITORY to the U.S. Proceedings which led to the cession of the North-
Western and Western......

414
TERRITORY of the U. S. north-west of the river Ohio. An ordinance for
the Government of the

423
TEXAS was admitted into the Union. Joint resolution and act of Congress
by which

439
TOMPKINS, Vice President of the U. S. First election of Daniel D......... 322
TOMPKINS, Vice President of the U.S. Second election of Daniel D....... 323
TOMPKINS, Vice President, in Senate of the U.S. Attendance of Daniel D. 340

... 396

TRADE and commerce for the U. S. Resolution of Virginia, in 1786, to pro-
vide a general system of

160
TREASURY, from 1789 to 1851. Names, States, service, &c., of the Secreta-

ries of the .......
TREATIES of the U.S. escription of the books containing the Laws and 461
TYLER, as Vice President of the U.S. Election of John ......... 329-331
TYLER to office as acting President of the U. S., on the death of W. H. Har-

rison, President. Proceedings introducing John........
TYLER, as Vice President, in Senate of the U. S. Attendance of John

.... 34+

330, 331

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UNION of the people for the government of the U. S. of America. The Con-
stitution adopted for the purpose of forming a more perfect

1
UNION supported by the Constitution. Brief remarks on the importance of
the......

129
UNION hazarded by the inefficiency of the Government under the old Con-
federation. The existence of the

149-155
UNION. Declaration in resolution of February 15, 1786, that the Congress

of the Confederation were denied the means of satisfying engagements for
the common benefit of the........

149
UNION. Declaration by the convention at Annapolis, September 14, 1786,

that further provisions were necessary to make the Government adequate
to the exigencies of the

164
UNION. Declaration, by resolution of Congress, February 21, 1797, that

such alterations were necessary in the articles of Confederation as to
render the Federal Constitution adequate to the exigencies of the Govern-
ment and preservation of the.......

166
UNION is involved our prosperity, felicity, safety, and perhaps our national
existence. Opinion of George Washington, that in the consolidation of

198
UNION. Remarks on the ratification of the Constitution by the original

States, and on the right and discretionary power of Congress to admit
“New States” into the ........

408
UTAH Territory. Proceedings in Congress relative to the....

448

our

VACANCIES in representation of Congress-how filled.......

3
VACANCIES in seats of Senators in Congress-how filled

3
VACANCIES in offices of the U. S. that may happen during recess of the Sen-
ate-how filled ......

16
VACANCIES in the offices both of President and Vice President. An act decla-
ring the officer who shall act as President in case of .....

291
VACANCIES in the college of electors, &c. Each State may provide by law for
filling..

302
VAN BUREN, as Vice President of the U.S. Election of Martin...

327
VAN BUREN, as President of the U.S. Election of Martin

328
VAN BUREN, Vice President, in Senate of the U. S. Attendance of Martin 342
VAN BUREN, as Senator of the U.S. Terms of service of Martin

355

.........

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 ........

336-345
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

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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 42:2
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...

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201

WASHINGTON to Congress, accepting the appointment. Address of

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

208
WASHINGTON, in answer to the same. Address of Thomas Miffin, 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

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