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The Memorial of Rd. Claiborne Respectfully sheweth That your Memorialist—conceiving that very...
To The President and Members of the Senate of the United States, in Congress assembled— The...
The Memorial of the Officers in behalf of themselves and the Non–Commissioned Officers and...
Having had the honour of being legally and Constitutionally Elected to Represent the State of...
The Secretary of the Treasury to whom was referred by the Senate the petition of Barent I Staats...
The Petition of Jacob Milligan Sheweth— That at the commencement of Hostilities between Great...
The Memorial of Richard Claiborne Respectfully Sheweth That Your memorialist conceiving that very...
The President of the United States states the following question for the consideration and advice...
That your Petitioner was appointed Post Master in this City in January 1792, and trusts that he...
The Memorial of the Subscribers Citizens of the State of South Carolina, Sheweth that your...
211Enclosure, 9 February 1790 (Washington Papers)
A List of the papers deliver’d to the Senate with the foregoing Message In the Bundle marked A....
The Petition of James Mathers their doorkeeper respectfully sheweth. That in consequence of the...
The Petition of John Macpherson most respectfully Sheweth That his attachment to and desire to...
The only and lively zeal which has animated me for these 8 years past for the welfare and...
May it please the honourable Gentlemen of the Senate to peruse the following thoughts dictated by...
We have the Honor to inform you that we are within the walls of your Chamber, ready to produce,...
The Memorial and Petition of Sundry Merchants engaged in Commerce previous to the late Revolution...