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INDEX TO VOLUME IV.

A.

Absence, delegates granted leave of, 3, 8, 10, .. Adams John, appointed a commissioner to nogo-
31, 57, 110, 182, 184, 478

tiate a peace with Great-Britain,
Accommodation of Congress, buildings to be

80, 187, 188.
erected for the, 456.

proceedings of Congress on letters
appropriation for, 456.

received from, 118.
Accountant and two clerks in the Treasury De-

authorized to purchase a house at
partment, authorized, 774.

the Hague, 126.
Accounts of the expenditures of public nioneys,

forms a treaiy of amity, commerce,
settlement to be made of the, 34, 35, 51,55.

&c. with the states general of
of Commissioners of loans, to be settled,

the United Netherlands, 144.
46.

obtains a loan at Amsterdam, of
for pay and arrearages, commutation

five millions of florins, 205, 206.
of half pay, and deficiencies of ra-

appointed minister plenipotentiary
tions, clothing, &c. due to officers and

of the United States at the Court
soldiers of the army, measures for the

of Great-Britain, 474.
settlement of, 152.

a minister to be sent to the United
Rot specially provided for, how to be

Netherlands in the place of, 477,
seitled, 168

5412
of individual states with the United

exchanges ratifications of the treaty
States, proceedings of Congress rela-

between the United States and
tive to the settlement of, 169, 170,545,

Prussia, 720.
704 to 712, 742 to 745, 799, 864, 867.

representation from, 730.
of the army, information required re-

forms a treaty of amity, commerce,
lative to a settlement of, 173.

&c. with the Emperor of Moroc-
of the marine department, by whom

co, 756.
adjusted, 192.

permitted to return to the United
of the Virginia line, instructions for the

States, 786.
settlement of, 431, 432.

his diplomatic conduct approved by
of the several states, credits to be al-

Congress, 786.
lowed in the settlement of, 431, 432.

ratification of his contract for a loan
of Pennsylvania and Massachu-

of one million of guilders, 793,
setts, directions relative to the, 441,

827.
442, 443, 444. John Q. allowance to, 784.
of persons acting in two or more of the Nathaniel, surveyor of western lands for
great departments, how settled, 568.

New Hampshire, 527.
of the five great departments, revision

resigns the appointment, 563.
of the settlement of, 624, 655, 815. Address of Congress to the several states, 194 to
of the secret and commercial committees
of Congress, to be settled, 652.

and petition of the officers of the army,
unsettled, measures to compel the ad-

206, 207, 208.
justment of, 817.

to the officers of the army, from an
of states against the United States, fur-

anonymous writer, 208, 209, 210.
ther time allowed for exhibiting, 825. to the officers of the army, from General
Acts of the legislatures of states, 31, 32, 33, 34,

Washington, 213, 214, 215.
43, 45, 47, 227, 363, 366, 469, 553,

of inhabitants of New-Jersey and Penn-
554, 564, 597, 626, 637, 702, 715,

sylvania, 236, 237, 239, 240.
716, 769, 770,771,772, 834, 835.

from a deputation of Quakers, 286,
and resolutions of Congress, to be com-
municated to ministers of foreign powers,

of the Chamber of Commerce, Artifi-

cers, &c. of the city of New York,
of the several states, disposition of thir-

472, 473.
teen copies of the, 556.

from representatives of the people of
of cession by Massachusetts and Virginia,

Kentucky, 811.
proceedings of Congress relative to the,

proceedings of Congress on,
661, 662, 663

819, 828, 829, 830.
of Pennsylvania and New-York, proceed- Adjournment of Congress for want of a quorum,
ingson, 668, 669, 670, 671,672,673,674

new rule adopted in
of states, not to interpret, explain or con-

case of, 239.
strue, a national treaty, 730.

from day to day, pro-
of states, repugnant to the treaty with

ceedings relative to
Great-Britain, to be repealed, 737, 738.

the hours of meeting
Adams John, recognized as minister plenipoten-

and, 426.
tiary of the U. States at the Hague, 79
VOL. IV.

215.

289.

109.

approvided Detentor, 27.

Adjournment of Congress from Philadelphia to Alliauce ship, disposition of the cup of the
Princeton, in New Jersey,

to be repaired, 260, 319.
to Annapolis, in Maryland,

with ber tackle, lumale ordered of
to Philadelphia, to Trenton,

the, 531.
New Jersey, and to Willi-

returns to be made of officers, le
amsburg, Virginia, proceed-

who served on board the, 6:3
ings respecting a proposed,

prize money due to the officers
249, 254, 289 to 193, 298,

crew of the, 796, 797.
299, 300, 301, 302, 301, 308, Alrey John D. his accounts to be settled, 1*
315, 316, 733, 734, 746, 747, Amazon, orders of Congress respecting

748.

chandise imported in the ship, 150
Adjatant General, and his deputies, allowance to
the, 56, 57. .

passport and safe conduct to be gren
proceedings on a letter from

to the, 165.
the, 114.

Ambiguity in the report of a committee of
brigadier-general Hand con-

Congress, explained, 238, 239
tinued as, 128.

America, seventy-four gun ship, presented a
Administration of justice, rules and articles for

France, in lieu of the Magnifique,
the, 649, 650, 651.
Ad valorem rate of duty, 115, 176

American army, plan for the better regalana
Agent of marine, references and directions to

of the pay of the, 7, &
the, 46. 68, 72, 111, 164, 179,

returns to be made of Doe-
226, 259, 260, 268, 269, 296,

missioned oficers and private
312, 363, 364, 370, 4012

of the, 8.
reports from the, 53, 184, 192,

excise duties not to be mposed
250, 370, 735

on spirituous liquors perebased
power to exchange marine pri.

for the, 8.
soners of war, vested in the,

rations allowed to officers of the

53. 1
salary of the, not annexed to

provision made for sick and
the board of treasury, 551. I

woanded soldiers of the, 18, 19
of the United States at the Harana, death

inspectors to be appointed for
of the, 223.

the maja and soatbern, 17.
of the Cherokee nation of Indians, ap-

inquiry into detention of clothing
pointed, 822, 823.

provided for the, 39.
Agents in Europe, settlement of accounts of the

appointment of judge advocat
public, 34, 35, 54, 107.
in behalf of Connecticut and Pennsyl.

"for the, 45, 80, 84

to be paid for the current year,
vapia, appearance in Congress of the
lawful, 40, 41, 48, 62, 63.

new arrangement of the, 107, 16.
allowance to regimental and other, 527,

commissions issued to ofices
528, 695.

the, 108
for sundry corps of the late army, pro-

subsistence money, in lieu of a
ceedings respecting, 598.

tions, allowed to oficers of the
for South Carolina and Georgia, pro-
duce their credentials, 691, 692,

suspension of orders relatag »
693

certain lines of the, 128
authorized to appoint judges to

proceedings on a memorial of the,
constitute a court, &c. 693, 696.
for Massachusetts and New-York, ap-

deficiencies of pay to be received
pointed, 450, 451, 452.

by the, 165, 173
agree on commissioners to

in listments to be suspended ia
hear and determine the con-

the, 184.
troversy, &c. 460, 536. .

a deputy post-master to atend
their representation to con-

the, 1841
gress, 603.

officers of the, address and peo
Aids-de-Camp, additional pay allowed to, 43.

tion to congress froa-tires
Aitkin Robert, his edition of the Bible recom-

from an anonymous writer ,
mended, 75, 76.

general orders to address of
Albany, New-York, militia to be discharged at,

the commander in chief 1
519

unanimous resolves of,
Alden Roger, appointed deputy Secretary of

207,208, 209,210, 213, 214, 213
Congress, 541.

proceedings relative to distand
Alexander William, allowance to, 680.

ing the, 222.
Alexandria, in Virginia, proposed as the tempo.

obstacles to be removed, imped.
rary residence of Congress, 367.

ing the settlement of the #
Alicant, in Spain, unauthorized measures taken

coants of the, 230
by Robert Montgomery at, 350.

promotions, by breret commis
Allan Joba, re-appointed Superintendent of In-

sions, granted to officers of the
dian affairs for the Eastern Depart-
ment, 226.

discharged from and after the X
allowance to, 537, 592.

of November, 1783, 299,
Alliance ship, report to Capt. Barry, to be com-
pared with the log-book of the,

resignation of the commander is

chief of the, 318

152, 178, 178
187, 188,

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105.

Amity and commerce with the states general of Articles of peace with Great-Britain, provisional,

the United Netherlands,
treaty of, 144 to 15l.

definitive, 316 ratified,
with Sweden, treaty of, 241 to

323 to 326

obstructions to be re-
Annapolis, in Maryland, offered as the seat of

moved relative to
Congress, 227.

certain, 224, 225.
proceedings on proposi.

of confederation, propositions to a.
tions to adjourn to, 249,

mend the, 176, 182, 183. 257, 258.
254, 291, 300, 301, 302,

of confederation, final proceedings of
307, 383, 384.

Congress under the,
commissioners from Vir.

880,
ginia, Delaware, &c. as-

of war, and courts-martial, proceed-
sembled at, 723.

ings of Congress relative to, 649.
proposed as the place for

650, 651.
commencing proceed- Artificers, payment to be made to col. Baldwin's
ings under the constitu regimeut of, 123.
tion of the United States, Artillery and cavalry under the command of gen-
862, 863

era, Greene, orders for their remo-
Annemours, Chevalier d', Consul General of

val, 194.
France, 263.

additional officers, &c. of, to be rais-
Anniversary of independence, eelebration of the,

ed, 714, 715.
43,657

two companies of, to be retained in
Anonymous writer, address to the officers of the

* service, 733.
army from an, 208, 209, 210.

loan of, requested by Massachusetts,
Antil, lieut. col. allowance as a supernumerary

631
officer, to, 66.

refused, 632.
Appeals, resignation of one, death of another, Asgill, British Captain, set' at liberty, 103, 104,

and appointmeat of two, of the Judges

of the Court of, 109, 110, 112. Asia, sea-letters granted for the ship, 806.
reference to the Court of, 281.

Assay, master of the mint, his duty, 112.
to Cougress from decisions of their pre- Assemblies or legislatures of states, to bo con-
sident, 397.

vened, 220.
discontinuance of the salaries of the Assembly of Pennsylvania, report and proceed-
Judges of the Court of, 544.

ings on menorials of the, 153,
reasons assigned for, 617,618.

154, 155, 156.
directions to the Court of, in the case of Assistant to the board of treasury, his office abo-
the sloop Chester, 667.

lished, 264.
Appropriations for erecting buildings for the ac-

Secretary at War, directions of Con.
commodation of Congress, 456.

gress to the, 152, 165.
made for holding treaties with the Asterisk, votes of delegates from states not re-
Indian Tribes, 798, 828, 850.

presented, distinguished by an,
Archives, records, &c. taken by the enemy, to

1 239 10' 12 13 14 15 16 17 21
to be restored, 256.

24 25 26 27 33 41 42 47 48 49
Argote, Don Antonio, advised to prosecute

50 51 55 56 58 60 61 66 69
Messrs. Church & Haydon, 184,

70 73 74 75 77 80 81 82 83
227, 228?

86 87 88 89 91 92 100 101
Armand, col. his legionary corps ordered to head

103 104 105 106 108 110 112
quarters, 72.

113 114 115 122 124 125 141
promoted to the rank of brigadier

142 152 158 159 161 162 163
general, 179.

164 166 167 170 171 172 178
allowance to, 330.

179 180 183 187 188 189 191
• testimony of Congress in favour of,

192 193 194 216 217 220 221
339, 340

222 223 225 230 237 238 247
Arms and accoutrements, soldiers serving during

248 249 251 253 254 255 257
the war to retain their, 193.

259 260 261 262 263 265 267
&c. to the city of New York, application

268 269 270 271 272 273 274
for a restoration of, 427.

275 278 280 281 282 283 284
and military stores, returns to be made

285 286 287 288 289 290 292
of, 567.

293 294 297 299 300 301 302
loan óf, requested by New.

303 305 306 307 323 325 326
Hampshire, 603, 604.

329 330 333 340 341 342 344
ordered to be sent to Georgia,

346 347 348 349 352 354 365
175.

356 357 361 362 364 365 366
Armstrong John, a delegate from Pennsylvania,

367 372 373 374 375 377 378
738, 805.

379 390 391 393 398 399 406
appointed a Judge of the west-

407 408 409 411 415 416 419
ern territory, 799.

420 421 422 423 433 440 445
declines acceptance, 806.

416 453 454 457 458 464 466
Army lands, statement respecting the, 878.

467 471 472 475 476 479 480
Arnold Jonathan and Peleg, delegates from R.

482 483 484 485 486 488 490
Island, 85, 232, 733.”

492 494 495 496 499 502 503
Arrearages due to officers and soldiers in actual

504 505 506 507 509 511 512
service, how to be paid,

514 515 516 519 520 523 524
Arsenals, foundries, &c. to be under the direc-

525 528 531 533 536 538 544
tion of the Secretary at War, 9.

046 550 551 552 553 555 557

Asterisk, votes of delegates from states not re-, Attendance of the delegates in

presented, distinduished by an, be noted, 319.
558 559 560 561 564 568 569 Audibert Philip, money adianced 3 28
570 571 572 573 574 575 576 Audience to the minister pleaikan
579 583 584 585 386 590 591

France, 95, 99, 30. ad.
594 597 599 600 602 603 604 |

to General Washington,
611 616 617 623 631 632 6331 to the minister plenipotentiaz
636 637 638 639 643 644 745

United Netherlands, 34,
616 647 648 652 854 655 557
658 659 662 663 667 669 670

to the minister plenipotentiam
671 673 687 697 702 703 704

Spain, 542, 54.
705 717 723 724 729 732 733) Auditors of accounts, directions to the 13
739 740 743 745 746 747 748) Authors and publishers of books,
763 765 768 774 776 787 791 proposed to be secured to, 219
792 793 795 797 803 808 811) Au Vase, latitude to be taken of te
817 823 826 827 828 831 832| the river, 825.
834 836 839 843 847 848 849 Ayes and poes, (see yeas and )
850 856 861 863 880.

Ayot or Ayotte, captain Pierre, rdes
Alayatagharongta, Lieut. Col. Louis, to retain his

petition,
rank and pay, 44.

his accounts hc
money advanced to, 487 488.
Atlantic, free ports in France, on the, 350,

allowance 12,6
372, 394.1

B.
Baily, general, his accounts to be settled, 305. Beaulieu, lieut, his pension ordered by
Baldwin Abraham, a delegate from Georgia,

528, 806. Beaumarchais M. de, his account dete mail
appointed commissioner for

ed, 102.
settling accounts, 867.

Silas Deate, ast
colonel, bis regiment of artificers to be!

to make a setdenes
paid, 123,
captain Daniel, allowance to, 710. Bedel, settlement of accounts to be su
colonel Jeduthun, a supernumerary of the late regiment commanded by
ficer, allowance to, 19.

| Bedford Gupning, a delegate free les
Ballot, chairman of a committee of the whole!

172, 173, 315420
house, elected by, 153,

Bee Thomas, money advanced to,l..
Ballots for small committees of Congress, how Bells belonging to the city of Nez-las, a
taken, 222.:

I delivered up, 395.
Baltimore, in Maryland, proposed as the place Benedict Thomas, allowance to,

for commencing proceed. Beniouski, count, his proposal relatire
ings under the Constitu- gionary corps, declined, 35.
tion of the United States, Benson Ey bect, a delegate from New

841, 842
the vote re-considered,

appointed a judge to ease

844
Bankson Benjamin, allowance to, 309, 469.

a controversy, ke

his acceptance halbed.
Barclay Thomas, Consul General in France, Beresford Richard, a delegate froa San
instructions to, 82, 115.

Tina, 224, 314,554, 22
appointed commissioner to settle Betsey, sea-letters granted for the branca.

accounts of public agents in ship, 612, 694.
Europe, 107.

Bible, recommendation of Robert Alkuais
permitted to return to the United rican edition of the, 75, 76.

States, and to furnish an ab- Bills of exchange not to be issued for
stract of the settlement of his

loan-office certificats
accounts, 547.

drawn in farour of Antero
his conduct approved by Con-
gress, 763.

drawn for payment of
Barry capt. to be compared with other testimo-

....my, report to, 47.
Barton William, money advanced to, 567.
Bayard John, a delegate from Pennsylvania, 606,

of, 172.
625.

of credit, order for exanising
Baylor's regiment of dragoons, settlement to be

stroying continental, 81.
made with sundry persons who deserted from,

355.
Bayonne, in France, made a free port, 394. Bindon Joseph, commissioner for
Beatty John, a delegate from New-Jersey, 322,

448.

partment, 87.
late commissary of prisoners, al- Bingham William, a delegate from F
lowance to 528, 529.

Dia, 816.
capt. Erkurius, agent for the Penn-Bissel, ensign, his resignation accepta

sylvania line, 395.
Beaulieu, lieut. promoted, 281.

Blake Edward, commissioner of loans for

Carolina, 600.
allowance to, 330.

superseded, 636, 637

on loan-olice certe

statements of, .
upon France or Holas!

proceedings respecto

redemption of, 141, 15

counts of the clothing

accepted,

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