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The motion to amend
· Evidence on the part of the Respondent.
Wm. Marshall, cross-ex-
Edmund J. Lee,
Wm. M Mechin
Philip Stewart, in favor
of the prosecution *11%
Samuel Harrison Smith,
Mr. Clark, ditto
ladelphia on opening the
defence of Judge Chase 116
Some observations of Mr. Rodney
ney General of Maryland as to
Maryland, as to the seventh
Table of the votes on the different arti-
cles, with the names of
the states to which the
- members belonged
MANAGERS FOR THE PROSECUTION.
COUNSEL FOR THE RESPONDENT.
John Randolph, Esq.
Joseph Hopkinson, Esq.
DIRECTIONS TO THE BINDER.
The house resumed the confideration of On a motion made and seconded, that the motion of the fifth instant, “ for the the house do come to the following reso appointment of a committee. to enquire lution :
into the official conduct of Samuel Chase,
one of the associate justices of the supreme Resolved, That a committee be appoint: court of the United States," -and the ed to enquire into the official conduct of said motion, as originally proposed, be. Samuel Chase, one of the associate jufó ing again read, in the words following, tices of the supreme court of the United to wit:States, and to report their opinion, whe. Resolved, That a committee be apa ther the said Samuel Chase hath so acted poin:ed to enquire into the official conduct in his judicial capacity, as to require the of Samuel Chase, one of the associate interposition of the conftitutional power justices of the fupreme court of the Uni. of this house:
ted States, and to report their opinion
whether the said Samuel Chase hath fo The house proceeded to consides the acted in his judicial capacity, as to require Taid motion at the clerk's table : Where the interposition of the conftitutional upon, :: :::
• power of this house." . . . A motion was made and seconded, that
A motion was made and seconded, to
amend the fame, by inserting after the the farther confideration of the said reso.
words is one of the affociate justices of lution be postponed until co-morrow.
the supreme court of the United States, Ánd debate arising thereon,
the following words, " and of Richard PeAnother motion was made, and the ters, district judge of the diftrict of Pennquestion being put, that the house do 19
fylvania." now adjourn,
And on the queftion, that the house do
agree to the said amendment, It passed in the negative - Yeas 52- It was resolved in the affirmativeNays 62.
Yeas 79—Nays 37.
yo being demanded by one fifth of the members prefent,
Those who voted in the affirmative are, Willis Alston, junior, Şeth Hafțings,
John Rea (of Pennsylvania) Nathaniel Alexander, William Hoge,
John Rhea of Tennessee) Phanuel Bishopa James Holland,
Thompson J. Skinner,
Nehemiah Knigh', James Sloan,
Joseph Lewis, jun. John Smith (of Virginia)
David Meriwether, John Stewart,
Nicholas R. Moore, David Thomas,
Philip R. Thompson,
Jeremiah Morrow, John Trigg,
Philip Van Cortlandı,
Thomas Newton, jun.' Isaac Van Horne,
Joseph H. Nicholson, Joseph B. Varnum,
Daniel C. Verplanck,
John Randolph, jun. Joseph Winston, and Tohn A. Hanna,
Thomas M. Randolph, Thomas Wynns. 794 Josiah Hasbrouck,
Those who voted in the negative are,
David Hough, , . John Cotton Smith,
John Smith, (of N. York) George Michael Bedinger, Thomas Lewis,
Henry Southard, Silas Betron,
Henry W. Livington, Samuel Taggart,
William M'Creery, Samuel Tenny,
Killian K. Van Rensselaer,
Peleg Wadsworth, John Davenport,
Samuel D. Purviance, John Whitehill, and Gaylord Griswold, Joshua Sands,
Lemuel Williams.-2374 Roger Griswold,