Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States

U.S. Government Printing Office, 1794
Some vols. include supplemental journals of "such proceedings of the sessions, as, during the time they were depending, were ordered to be kept secret, and respecting which the injunction of secrecy was afterwards taken off by the order of the House."

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第 24 頁 - Mr. Speaker—The Senate have appointed a committee on their part, jointly with fuch committee as may be appointed on the part of this Houfe, to wait on the Prefident of the United States, and inform him, that a quorum of the two Houfes is aflembled, and ready to receive any communications he may think proper to make to them:
第 23 頁 - one room (hall have authority, by joint ballot, to cleft a delegate to Congrefs, who (hall have a feat in Congrefs, with a right of debating, but not of voting, during this temporary government.
第 32 頁 - they {hall have retraced the origin and progrefs of the infurrection, let them determine whether it has not been fomented by combinations of men, who, carelefs of confequences, and difregarding the unerring truth, that thofe who roufe, cannot always appeafe a civil convulfion, have difleminated, from an ignorance or perverfion of
第 24 頁 - from the joint committee appointed to wait on the Prefident of the United States and notify him, that a quorum of the two Houfes is aflembled, and ready to receive any communications he may think proper to make to them, reported, that the committee had, according to order, performed that fervice,
第 29 頁 - a decided inducement to the fmalleft efficient numbers. In this uncertainty, therefore, I put into motion fifteen thoufand men, as being an army, which, according to all human calculation, -would be prompt, and adequate in every view ; and might perhaps, by rendering refiftance defperate, prevent the effufion of blood. Quotas had been
第 31 頁 - have, from their fidelity in the difcharge of their functions, fuftained material injuries to their property. The obligation and policy of indemnifying them are ftrong and obvious. It may alfo merit attention, whether policy will not enlarge this provifion to the retribution of other citizens, who, though not under the ties of office, may have
第 31 頁 - for upholding the conftitution and the laws. The amount, even if all the injured were included, would not be great ; and on future emergencies, the government would be amply repaid by the influence of an example, that he, who incurs a lofs in its defence, {hall find a recompence in its liberality.
第 19 頁 - on parchment, by the Clerk of the Houfe of Reprefentatives, or the Secretary of the Senate, as the bill may have originated in the one or the other Houfe, before it
第 34 頁 - being done to ourfelves. Let us unite, therefore, in imploring the Supreme Ruler of nations, to fpread his holy protection over thefe United States:—to turn the machinations of the wicked to the confirming of our conftitution:—to enable us at all times to root out internal fedition,
第 30 頁 - amnefty, and may be deemed fit objects of example; that the friends to peace and good government were not in need of that aid and countenance, which they ought always to receive, and I truft, ever will receive, againft the vicious and turbulent, I