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dehate upon and reviiion of, 640—657
report of tune commhtee on the ainth

article, 651
dehste upon, and adoption oT, 651—652
COUNCIL OF REVISION,

cooimitiee on, 38
report of, 42
derate "pon, 44—121
adoption of, 121
review of, 645
COUNCIL OF APPOINTMENT,

aMtihed, J96
CONSTITUTION
in general, committee on, 38
report ol, 417
referred Io committee of the whole on
the legislative department, 417
CHRISTIAN RELIGION,

dehateo upon, 462—164, 574—877
CENSUS,

to he taken in 1825, 526
COMPfROLLER,
to he appointed hjr the legislature, for
three years,
COURT OF PROBATE,

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proceedings in relation to
C A MINK AND LEAKE,

appointed printer! to the convention, 31
GARTEN 1ER, MR.
proposition of, relative to the judi-
ciary, 596
adoption of, 624
CLARKE, R.
speech ol, on the elective franchise,

(coloured voters,) 186
remarks of,on legisiative department, 42l
on lotteries,

on militia duly, (conteien'
tious icruples,)
speech of, on the judiciary, 602
CRAMER, MR.
speech ol, on Governor's term of ser-
vice, 138
on the elective franchise, 235
rentai ks on the appointing power, 324
on lotteries, 568
D.

DODGE, MR.
amendment oT, on the revisory power,

(lost)

on the appointment ofrjustiees, 38fl
rematks of, on legislative depart-

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remarks of, on hill of rights,
speeches ol, on the appomting pov.

324, 354/6

IK.
16-1

ower,
, 641, 597
remarks of, on legislative department,

411, 442

proposition of, relative to pay of mem-
hers ol the legislature, 441, adopted, 442

remarks of, on the law of lihels, l (*, 491

proposition ol, relative to the judici-
ary, (lost,)

speech of, on lotteitei,

on militia duly, (

tious scruples,) 579

motion of, relative lo district atlor-
nisr, (lost,) 697
DUEK, MR.

remarks of, on resolution respecting
pay of memhers, 38,40|

speech of, on the revisory power, 104

remarks of, on hill of rights, 170

speech of, on the elective franchise,
(freeholds,) S7I

proposition of, same suhject, (Ion,) 290

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on the law of lihels,
of, on lotteries,
on the p'diciary,
E.

THE EXECUfIVE,
department ol, and committee upon, 33
report upon, 85
discussion of, 123—163, 173—178
review of, and dehate upon, 646—553
EDWARDS, MR.
remarks of, on resolution respeoting

pay of memhers, 40
speech of, on the revisory power, flt
remarks of, on ,he pardoning power,

116, 127

speech oT, on governor's term of ser-
vice, 154
remarks oT, on the elective franchise, SSI
speeches and remarks ol, on the ap-
pointing power, in the various dis-
cussions, 311,324, 343,379,481, 513
on the legislative department,

409,420,422,444,461
on the judiciary, 512,529, 534
speech oT, on lotteries, 569
proposition of, for an additional judge,
(lost,) 653
diicussion of, 653—665
EASfWOOD, MR
remarks of, on the elective franchise,

113,379

on the legislative department, 452
F.

FAIRLIE, MR.
remarks of, on the elective franchise,

183, 364

on legislative department, 411
oo governor's term of service, 651
G.

GARDINER, SAMUEL S.

chosen secretary of the convention, 19
GOVERNOR,
his term of serviee lived at two years, 158
reconsidered, and fixed at one year, 177
revision ol the suhject, and dera'e
upon, 516—55S

his term again fixed at two years, 651

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end apain, 653—655

JANSEN, MR.

detuh and (uoeral of, 159
JAY, MR.

mution of, relating to concurrent reso-
lution ,. 47

remarks on same suhject, and with-
drawal ol, 49—50

speech of, on the elective franchise,
(coloured voters,) 1 t

motion of, rela'ive to coloured voters,
(adopted,) 190

speei h ol, same suhject, l -

motion to strike out militia duly as a
qualification, (iosl)

speeches and remarks of, on appointing
power, 344,391, 479, 5W

on legislative department, 437

remarks of, oo the law ol lihels, 4K1

«peeches of, on the judiciary, 516, 620

prultosinon ol, relative to the appoint-
ment of certain officers, (lost.) 599

of, relative to thirty-two
senate districts, 418
proposition of, relative to tlie salt

springs, 458
remarks of, relative to slavery, 497
speech of, on the judiciary, 520
on the governor's term of ser-

547

on the christian religion, 574
on the motion of Mr. Tall-
nudge for a new council of
appointment, 586
U

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT,
committee upon, 38
report of, 141
dehate and proceedings on the

KENT, MR.
speeches of, on the revisory pow-
er, _ 63,87
remarks of, on the pardoning pow-
er, 125, 133'
on hill of rights, 164,165,166
on the elective franchise (co-
loured voters,) 1
speeches of, on freehold qualifi-
cation, 219, 364

on the appointing pow.
er, 318,354, 482

speeches and remarks of, on the
legislative department, 405i
411,433,437, 439, 443, 454, 565
on the christian religion, 4o3,

465, 57 , 576
on the law of lihels, 488, 492
speech of, on the judiciary, 506
remarks on lotteries, 568
propositions of, relative to those
who have conscientious scruples
against hearing arms, 573, 5
KING, VIR. .
speech of, as to themode of hring-
ing forward the husiness of the
Convention, 31
on the revisory power, 76, 89
relative to coloured voters, ly
on the elective franchise, (tni
lilia qualification)
proposition of, on same suhject,

i.lost,) 554|
he disclaimed heing in favour of

universal suffrage, 286
speeches of, and remarks, on the
appointing power, 304, 314,

332, 342, 380, 386
on the legislative department,
398, 401, 426, 435, 44 5. 450,

454, 456, 474

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suhject,
review of,
LEGISLATIVE YEAR,
committee upon,

report ot,
dehate upon,
adoption of,
review of,
LIVINGSTON, P B.
motion of, to mcrease certain i

mittees, and speeches on, 36, 37
motion of, on the revisory power,

48—lost, 115
speeches of, on the same suhject,

48, 50, 57, 90
on the pardoning power, 126,

130,132,
on the governor's term of
service, 149
for postponing hill of rights, 171
motion of, directing the governor to
communicate to the legislature
hy message, and remarks, 173
speech ot, relative to coloured voters, 198
on the elective franchise,
(freeholds,) 224
on the legislative depart-
ment, 404, 409, 435, 433, 440
on the judiciary, 618
M.

MEMBERS
of the convention, catalogue of
with the places of their hirth,
residence, tkc. fee. see appendix,
of the assemhly not to exceed 128, 526
tu he apportioned in 1825, ih.
MEMORIAL
of the ociety of Friends, 572
dehate upon, 577—580
MUSRO, MR.
proposition of, relative to pardon-
ing power, lott, 128
relative to impeachments
whpled. 437
speeches of, on the judiciary,

500. 528,610, 615,621
proposition of, on same suhject,fssr 527

same suhject, lost, 6101
same suhject, hit, 621
M'CALL, MR.
proposition of, relative to the ju-
diciary, and remarks upon, lost, 537
N.

NELSON,. MR.
speech of, on governor's term of
service, 176|
on canal tolls, anction duties,
&c. 450, 454, 456

proposition of, on same suhject, 455
to limit pay of memhers, Xoit, 642
O,

OBJECTIONS
of the council of revision, to the
convention hill of Nov. 1820, appen'X.
P.

PLATT, MR.
speech of, on the revisory power 52
speech of, and amendment on the

pardoning power, 128
on the elective franchise, 211,278
proposition of, on same suhject, 290
speech of, relative to coPr'd voters, 374)
remarks of, and proposition, on

future amendments, 294j
proposition of, on the appointing

power, 309
speeches of, on same suhject,

309, 328, 352
proposition of, relative to senate

districts, 402!

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RIGHTS, BILL OF
committee on,
report upon,
dehate upon,
disposal of,

discussion of, resumed,
RULES AND ORDERS,
committee on,

report of,
amendments to,
RADCLIFF, MR.
speech of, on the revisory power
remarks of, on hill of rights,

164, 165, 166
relative to coloured voters,

191, 197
speech of, on the elective fran.

chise (freeholds) 225
his avowal in favour of universal

suffrage, 286
proposition of, same suhject, 291
remarks of, on the appointing

power, 391, 393, 478, 481

speeches and remarks on the le-
gislatire department,

409, 433 , 416, 447
statement of, relative to puhlic
lands,

proposition of, relative to certain
officers in New-York, 479

speeches of, on the judiciary, 503, SOS
proposition of, same suhject, 622
remarks on the project tor a new

council, 586
proposition of, relative to court of
chancery, hit, 624
relative to reappointment of
chancellor and judges in cer-
tain cases, lost, 647
RHTNELANDER, MR.

perch of, on the appointing pow'r, 304
ROOT, MR. opened the proceedings

of the Convention, 27
speech of, for referring the whole
of the old constitution at once
to a committee of the whole, S3
speeches of, on his resolution (pay

of memhers of the legis.) 37, 40
. on the council of revision, 61, 98
on the executive department,

(pardoning power) 131
governor's term of service,

137. 146,175, 547
remarks of, on hill of rights, 163, 169
on law of lihels, 16f
motion of, to reconsider the vote
fixing the governor's term at
two years, 175
propositions of, on the elective

franchise, 185, 204

speech of, on coloured voters, 185
on the elective franchise gener-
ally, 210, 222, 272, 277
in regard to the clergy, 357
militia qualifications, 359
registry of voters, 370, 372
on the duelling oath, 207
remarks oT, on future amendments,

391, 292, 293
speeches of, on appointing power,
300, 313, 330 378, 384, 386, 540
on electmg sheriffs, 384
speeches and remarks of, on the
legislative depart. 399, 411,
421, 435, 437, 445, 452,462, 473
proposition of, relative to the se-
nate, (lost), 399
relative to those who have con-
scientious scruples against
hearing arms, 46i
relative to the christian religion, 46.',
speech of, on same suhject, 462
proposition that no witness shall
he questioned concerning hi*
religious faith, (lost) :. .

speech ol, on same suhject, 465
remarks of, on the law of lihels, 489
on trial by jury, 496
proposition of, for a new organiza-
tion of the judiciary float) 50/2
speeches of, on same suhject, 505,

518, 532, 615
remarks upon militia duty, and

the Friends, 577

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motion of, respecting votes that
may be given for the chancel-
lor, judges, &c. (carried) 646
respecting the Christian religion,

(carried) 648

ROSS, MR. speeches of, on the elec-
tive franchise, 180, 245
on the appointing power, 326
remarks of, on legislative depart.

ment, 411,455

proposition of,for electing coroners,485

relative to slavery. 497

speech of, on governor's term of

service, 550

RUSSELL, MR. motion of, on par-
doning power, (lost) 124
motion of, relative to the appoint-

312

RESOLUTION,

of Mr. R. Clarke, for incorporat-
ing the amendments with the
old constitution, 625

of Mr. YouflJ!', relative to the du-
ration of offices under the old
constitution, (adopted) 629

of Mr. Steele, for a committee to
draft an address to the people, 639

of Mr. Van Buren, relative to the
first election under thenew con-
stitution, 650

of Mr. Sanford—thanks to the Pre-
sident, 657

of Mr. J. R. Van Rensselaer, rela-
tive to members of congress, 648.

ing power, (lost)

remarks on same subject, 313,318
proposition of, relative to the tolls

on the canal, &c. 450

relative to the judiciary, 524

for an apportionment of mem-
bers of the legislature, 640
RESOLUTION of Mr. S. Van Hens-

seller, tor chaplains, 29

of Mr. King, fur the first commit-
tee of thirteen,

of Mr. Rjot, respecting pay of le-
gislature,
debate upon, and postponement

of, 33, 42

«f Mr. Van Buren, respecting th:;t
part of the constitution relating
to the tenure of the office of
chancellor, judges &c. 49

«f Mr. Kdwards, for referring the
whole subject of the elective
franchise back to a select com-
mittee, 288
Af Mr. Wheaton, concerning vari-

ous parts of the constitution,
•Of Mr. Ross, on imprisonment for

debt, 294

«f Mr. Fairlie, concerning the 19th
article of the constitution, and
mode of appointing senaiors of
the United Slates, 396

of Mr. P. R. Livingston, freedom

of debate, 417

for referring certain parts
of the appointing power
to a select committee, 48:
6f Mr. Hunter, respecting the ages
of governor, lieutenant-goVer-
nor, and senators, 496

of Mr. J. Sutherland, relative to

slavery, (lost) 497

- «f Mr. Wheaton, directing the ap-
portionment of members of the
a9«embly, 564

•»f Mr. Fairlic, respecting the jour-
nals of-tbe Convention, 605

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proposition of, on the elective

franchise, 291

SHARPE, MR.
appointed teller, to canvass the

votes for President, 28

speech of, on the revisory power, 111
remarks of, on pardoning power,

126,129

on bill of rights, 163,164, 173
on future amendments, 292

on the appointing- power, 353,482
on the elective franchise, 359
legislative department, 410,

420,441,447,436,476
on lotteries, 567

SHELDON, MR.

remarks of, on the elective fran-
chise, 213
SPENCER, MR.

speeches of, on the revisory pow-
er, 46. 89, 113
his amendment relative to can-
vassing votes for governor and
lieutenant-governor, and remarks, 123
remarks of, on pardoning pow-
er, 129
on bill of rights, 163, 164,

165,166, 167,168,169,17?

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speech of, on the governor's lerm
of service, 175, 550

in relation to coloured voters, 19 *

remarks of, on the duelling oath, 208

amendment of, on the elective
franchise, (requiring a freehold
qualification) and speeches up-
on, 215, 245

remarks on the highway qualifica-
tion, 282
on future amendments, 292

speeches of, on the appointing

power, 317,348

remarks on legislative depart-
ment,

proposition of, relative to con-
tested elections of governor,
lientenant governor, Sic.

remarks of, on lotteries,
on the christian religion,
on militia duty, and those
who have scruples against,

speech of, on the judiciary,

proposition of, on same suhject,
SUTHERLAND J.

speeches nf, on the governor's
term of service, 140, 149

on the elective franchise, 279
on the appointing power, 348

proposition ofi respecting officers
of the general government, 426

speeches and remarks on legisla.
live department, 431,473

remarks of, on the law of lihels, 493
on the judiciary, 510
STARKWEATHER, MR.
speech of, on the appointing pow'r, 355
T.

TALLMADGE, MB.
explanation of the views of the

committee on the revisory power, 45
speech of, same suhject, 64
in continuation, 68
explanation of, in reply to Mr.

Van Buren, 85
remarks of, on hill of rights, 167, 172
proposition of, relative to slavery, 16"
remarks of, on future amendments, 293
motion of, on the appointing power, 302
withdrawal of, for the present 307
speeches and remarks of, on the le-
gislative department, 401, 467, 476
estimates of, relative to senate dis.
tricts,

proposition of, relative to the
christian religion,
for a new council of appoint-
ment,

speeches of, on the revisory power,

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remarks on the duelling oath,
speech of, on the elective franchise
(ireeholds,) 234
motion of, on the removal of sheviff' 389/
remarks of, on legislative departmen', 407
proposition oT, on senaie districts, 419
remarks oT, on christian religion, 464
on the appointing power. 479,431, 543
proposition of, on the judiciary, 528
adili ess ol, at the close ol the session, 657
V\N BUREN.MR.
speech of, on the revisory power, 70
on governor's term, 147
remarks ol, on hid of rights, 165, 168,172
speech o1, on freehold qualifications, 256
in reply to Ml Root, (highway qual.
ifiration.) 277
speeches of, on the appointing power,

296, 321, 339, 353,379
proposition of, refative to justices, 352
speech ol, on the elective'franchise, 366
second proposition, relative lo justices, 382
proposition respecting certain officers in

Ilew-Yorli, 393
speeches on legii'ativedepartipent, 4S8.559
proposition of, relative to the senate, 429
speeches on the judiciary, 64", 534

proposition of, relativcio court of chan-
cery, 616
circuit court, &r. 525
|VAN NESS, MR.

speech of, on the elective franchise,

(freeholds,) 265
remaiks on Mr. Wheeler's proposition,

same suhject, 278
speech of, on the appointing power,

(justices) 333
same suhject, (sheriffs) 389
on the legislative department,402, 408
proposition o',relative to coloured \ oter.-,5i7
relative to senatorial districts, 661
VAN RENSSELAER.J. R.
proposition oT, on the elective franchise, 279
speech of, same suhject, 360
on the appointing power, 331
remarks on legislative department,

(common ichools.) 447
proposition of, same suhject, 449
relativa to tolls on the canals, 564

relative to judges of the V.
VAN RKNSSELAEH, S

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second speech, same stihjict,
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remaiks on the elective franchise,
his amendment,

withdraw n for the present,
renewed,
VAN VECH1KN,MR
slreech of, on the rev isory pow er,
relativeto eolooied voters,
on freehold quatification,
remarks of, on future amendments
speech of, on the anpoit ttng powei
elective franchise (iegisiry of
voters^

proposition of, relative tnjustices,
speeches of, on legislative department, 408
431, 438, 443, 455
proposition of, on M rnte districts, 419
remarks of, nn the judiciary, 514, 531, 623
sfweches on the com t ol chancery. See Ap-

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VTENDOVER, MR.
proposition of, elective franchise, I'ltf

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