American state papers: documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the 1st session of the 1st to the 2nd session of the 17th congress, inclusive: commencing March 4, 1789, and ending March 3, 1823. Class 9, Claims, Volume 1

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Gales and Seaton, 1834 - 909 pages
 

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On the petition of Daniel Smith for indemnity for losses suffered by him by Indian depredations January 23 1800
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on the petition of Susannah Fowle praying provision to be made for her on the death of her husband
108
On the petition of David Wiley praying a remission of duty he being deprived of the use of his still for a large portion of the time to which his licens...
109
On the petition of Samuel Brown for compensation for certificates of his wages of which the regi mental agent was defrauded and was unable afterwa...
113
On the petition of William Tazewell for compensation for his diplomatic services as secretary to Mr Gerry while envoy to the French republic April 9...
115
On the petitions of sundry persons for compensation for loan office and final settlement certificates alleged to have been lost or destroyed April 22 1...
116
On the memorial of Charles Pettit surviving partner of Major General Greene and John Cox in the office of Quartermaster General for a commission ...
117
On the petition of Stephen G Simmons for loss in the value of a horse May 2 1800
119
On the petition of John Hoxie for the commutation of his pension December 16 1801
121
On the petition of Samuel Dexter late Secretary of War for indemnity against the expenses of a suit against him for loss of a house by fire while occu...
122
On the petition of Louis Ayott for compensation for supplies furnished the army at the siege of Quebec
123
On the petition of Paul Coulon a French citizen for indemnity for losses sustained by the alleged misconduct of the revenue officers in relation to two...
124
On two memorials of Hugh Hughes a deputy quartermaster general in the army praying compensa tion for services rendered during the revolutionar...
125
On the petition of Francis Duchouquet for the reimbursement of certain moneys advanced by him for the redemption of certain American citizens fr...
126
On the expediency of making provision by law for the payment of such loan office and final settle ment certificates as may have been lost and for th...
127
On the petition of Robert Sanders for indemnity for loss by fire of his barn through the negligence of certain public agents March 25 1802
128
On the petition of Theodosius Fowler praying that the claim of the United States against him for a balance in his accounts as an army contractor may ...
129
On the petition of Eleanor Haggerty for compensation for the time she was imprisoned as a witness in default of security March 31 1802
130
On the claim of Comfort Sands for damages occasioned by breach of contract to furnish supplies to the army April 15 1802
133
On the memorial of Phil Audebert and others clerks in the executive departments for extra
134
On the petition of Hugh Alexander and others praying relief from a second payment of certain sums of money to the deputy of the late marshal of th...
135
On the petition of George Mason to be placed on the invalid pension list of the United States January 28 1803
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On the petition of the representatives of George Wilson for a pension February 4 1803
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On the report of the Secretary of War on the Georgia militia claims and the documents accompany ing said report February 10 1803
141
On the petition of Jonathan Hastings postmaster to be reimbursed his expenses incurred in defend ing a suit February 12 1803
143
On the claim of Jacob Gideon for his share of the condemnation money on an information by him of a violation of the revenue laws February 15 18...
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On the claim of Benjamin and Andrew Mifflin for extra expenses incurred in removing the Purvey ors office from Philadelphia to Buck tavern in 18...
145
On the claim of William Breck for expenses of transporting and safekeeping a mutineer at sea Feb ruary 22 1803
146
On the petition of Joab Stafford for arrears of his pension from 16th August 1777 to June 1793
147
On the petition of John F Randolph and Randolph McGillis with the report of the Secretary of War concerning the claims against the United States fo...
148
On the petition of David Valenzin for indemnity for the illegal seizure of a vessel and cargo Febru ary 1 1804
150
On the petition of Ann Elliott for provision for her her husband an army contractor having been killed by the enemy February 15 1804
151
On the petition of Paul Harraison late collector for Tennessee for indemnity for the loss of his house papers and money by fire February 27 1804
152
On the claim of the executors of John Habersham late collector for Savannah for relief from the second payment of certain bills of exchange on the ...
153
On the memorial of Thomas Mounger for further allowance on account of certain beef cattle lost by disease that were intended for the army supplies ...
154
On the claim of William Eaton for consular services at Tunis February 29 1804
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504
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pension January 20 1796
182
On the petition of the administrators of Samuel Fowler for indemnity for a counterfeit final certifi
189
On the petition of Bazaleel Howe and David Jones for expenses incurred by them in consequence
195
On the claim of George Colbert for supplies furnished an expedition against the Creek Indians Feb
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On the petition of Azor Bagley for compensation for loss sustained by him on two forged final settle
203
On the claim of the widow of Thomas Clark for compensation for the services of said Clark and
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On the petition of George P Frost and others for compensation for loan office certificates final set
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Memorial of the Legislative Council and House of Representatives of the Mississippi Territory pray
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agent at St Domingo January 25 1803
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Furnishing documents and information relative to the Georgia militia claims February 4 1803
277
Memorial of the Legislature of Kentucky praying the payment to her citizens of their claims
282
On the memorial of Tobias Lear praying indennity against losses and expenses while commercial
284
supposed breach of the laws against the importation of negroes into the United States March
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On the petition of Moses Young for compensation for consular services at Madrid March 10 1804
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On the expediency of amending the act granting bounties in land and extra pay to certain Canadian
328
On the petitions of Daniel Kermer and N H Heath for compensation for a ropewalk burnt by
334
On the petition of Caleb Nicholls for indemnity for damage done to his property by the enemy
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On the petition of the representatives of Francis Cazeau for indemnity for losses sustained during
344
On the petition of Paul Robinson a teamster for indemnity for the amount of damages awarded
350
Report of the Postmaster General on the memorial of Samuel Whiting for compensation for pursuing
355
On the petition of General James Villere for indemnity for waste on his plantation by the American
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Petition of Isaac Briggs for compensation for exploring a route for a post route from the city of Wash
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On the petition of Edmund Brooke a lieutenant of artillery for pay depreciation of pay commuta
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cated by the Dey of Algiers March 22 1814
435
On the petition of Samuel F Hooker praying indemnity for a vessel and cargo captured by
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On the petition of Ralph M Pomeroy for indemnity for property burnt and destroyed by the enemy
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On the petition of Harvey Wakefield a customhouse officer for compensation for his time
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Of the mode in which pensioners are paid in those States in which there is no loan office of the num
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On the claim of William ONeal and Robert Taylor for a vessel lost in the flotilla service January
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On the petitions of Nicholas Bolvin John de Lassize and Jumonville de Villiers and others praying
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On the petition of Taylor and McNeal claiming compensation for scows sunk for the defence of Bal
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On the claim of Elizabeth widow of Colonel Alexander Hamilton for commutation due her late
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Of the usage of the War Department in relation to the payment of claims for interest March 23 1816
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On the petition of William Haslett praying compensation for the loss of the ship Liberty yielded
484
On the petition of John Delafield praying that fortythree loan office certificates in his hands with
496
Transmitting the rules and regulations in relation to the execution of the act for the payment
508
Transmitting a list of the names and rank of pensioners inscribed on the pension roll under the act
514
On the petition of John Anderson praying indemnity for the destruction of his house while occupied
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On the memorial of Jonathan S Smith praying indemnity for the loss of a quantity of coffee confis
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On the claim of Rees Hill for advances made to a regiment of Pennsylvania militia in 1813 January
538
On the petition of Loring Austin an officer of the United States army for indemnity for judicial
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by the British in 1815 after the treaty of peace February 10 1818
551
On the memorial of Martin Dubbs for compensation for supplies furnished the troops at Chester
557
On the petition of Gad Worthington a deputy collector for indemnity for money stolen from him
561
On the message of the President of the United States in relation to the claim of the heirs of Caron
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On the meinorial of John Hall of the United States marine corps for indemnity for money stolen
589
On the petition of Melancton L Woolsey for indemnity for damages done to his farm by troops
606
Opinion of the Attorney General on the accounts of James Thomas quartermaster general Decem 605
649
On the claim of Jacob Purkill for indemnity for the loss of a slave impressed into the public service
682
On the petition of Thomas Chapman a collector of customs for an apportionment of the proceeds
689
On the petition and bill from the Senate for the relief of Samuel Ward praying the renewal of a lost
701
Transmituing a statement of the nuniber of persons placed on the pension roll under the act of
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On the claim of Daniel Goodwine for rent for a wharf c in Boston used as a shipyard in the Rev
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for losses sustained during the invasion of Louisiana by the British in 181415 March 22 1820
730
Ou the petition of Samel C Reid and others praying indemnity for the loss of a private armed ves
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On the memorial of sundry citizens of Baltimore for indemnity for loss of vessels sunk for the
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On the petition of Elijah Boardman a captain of the United States army for indemnity for the loss
758
On the petition of Esther Rogers widow of Major H Rogers praying to be allowed a pension Jan
769
On the claim of Hanson Catlett for indemnity for a slave lost in the public service January 29 1821
776
On the act for the relief of John H Piatt late an army contractor giving a construction to the same
791
On the petition of Gideon Johnston for indemnity for property destroyed by the enemy during the
801
On the petition of Elizabeth House widow of Joseph House for indemnity for Indian depredations
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On the petition of Richard G Morris claiming the payment of two quartermaster generals certifi
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Transmitting information of the number of revolutionary pensioners placed on the pension roll under
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against him and his security February 11 1822
830
Transmitting further information in relation to revolutionary pensioners February 22 1822
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On the petition of Samuel Monett for indemnity for losses sustained in consequence of the refusal of an officer of Government to comply with the ter...
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he was compelled by the Dey of Algiers to abandon March 21 1822
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On the petition of Jacob and Henry H Schietfelin for indemnity for property sequestered in Eng
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On the claim of Alonzo B Memoz for indemnity for the capture of a ship and cargo by an Ameri
871
Transmitting the number of pensioners placed on the pension list by virtue of the acts of the 18th
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On the petition of John Miller an army paymaster for indemnity for public money lost by him
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Of the number of pension applicants for the benefits of the acts of March 18 1818 and May 1 1820
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On the petition of Captain Pollard and others in behalf of William Parker and others Seneca chiefs
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Furnishing further information on the subject of invalid pensions March 1 1823
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