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BUTLER, PIERCE-Continued.

thinks the regulation of the militia should be left to Congress.....1362
opposes the negative of Congress on the State laws.......

.827

objects to inferior national tribunals....
.800, 1136
views on the payment of creditors under the Confederation..1412, 1416,
1426
proposes that fugitive slaves should be delivered up........1447, 1456
wishes the seat of government fixed by the Constitution.........1220
thinks the assent of Congress should be required to the inspec-

tion laws of the States....

.......1568

thinks no new State should be erected within the limits of another

without its consent.......

proposes a ratification by nine States as sufficient....

CAMPBELL, COLONEL...

CANADA

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CADWALADER, LAMBERT

proceedings in regard to admission of a British consul..
CALHOUN, JOHN C.

a member of the Committee appointed on the death of Mr. Madi-
.(Vol. 1, notice.) vi

son........

.116

proposal to add it to the United States..

inroads from....

certain inhabitants of, ask for grant of land..
indemnity to refugees from.......
emigrants to, from Kentucky, sent back...

CANALS

power of Congress to make them...
CAPITA

vote per capita, in the Senate.....
CAPITATION

taxes, how proportioned.....
CAPTURES

CARBERRY

CARDS

exempt from duty...
CARLETON, SIR GUY

..1459
...1470

leader of the mutiny at Philadelphia...

......91

jurisdiction of, under the Confederation..
States to provide for those on land...
ordinance of the Confederation regulating them....
treaty with the Dutch concerning them.....

.105, 136, 144, 148
..235, 239, 490
....267
.541, 575

when those made by right of war cease........

under the jurisdiction of the judiciary by the Constitution. 733, 854, 866
..............740, 1232, 1347, 1550, 1612

Congress may legislate about....

.467,553

....

...602

..159, 321

.184

.435

.454

.478

...1185, 1228, 1272, 1545, 1607

......741, 1234, 1415, 1551, 1579, 1613

..1576

.372

.127

..128

arrives with a commission to treat....

writes to General Washington.....

applies for an exchange of the traitors arrested in New Jersey.....150

CARLETON, SIR GUY-Continued.

writes to Gen. Washington about the murderers of Capt. Huddey. 152, 156
informs Gen. Washington of the negotiations at Paris for peace....157
professes to be very friendly to the United States....
.159, 181
..181

proposes a suspension of hostilities....

his evasive conduct in regard to the murderers of Captain Huddey

his correspondence relative to a settlement of the accounts of
the prisoners....

sends the preliminaries of peace..

refuses to suspend hostilities..

.........

CARRINGTON, EDWARD

sends a proclamation of cessation of hostilities............
urges a delivery of prisoners and remuneration of loyalists..........525
evasive conduct as to the delivery of posts, negroes, &c....532, 538, 554
receives the definitive treaty........

.559

announces the evacuation of New York..

..566

..616

views as to salaries.......

knows Mr. Madison's sentiments......

CARMARTHEN, LORD....

CARMICHAEL, WILLIAM

letters from him...............
...70, 125, 181, 188, 473, 529, 530
CAROLINA-SEE NORTH CAROLINA AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
CARR, JOHN

a member of the Committee appointed on the death of Mr. Madi-

son...
.....

192, 193

......

....196
..408

.427, 521

.437, 524

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.(Vol. 1, notice.) x

in favor of Philadelphia as the seat of Congress....

attends the Federal Convention......

CARROLL, DANIEL

a delegate to the Congress of the Confederation from Maryland....186
moves to accept the cession of public lands by New York..........186
represents Maryland in Congress.....

reports against the proposal of Pennsylvania to provide for public
creditors within the State....

......597
..679,681

advocates coercive measures against Vermont....
proposes a letter to the Governor of Rhode Island relative to Mr.

Howell's publications.....

proposes that there be no foreign ministers ex pt on extraordi-
nary occasions.....

conversation with Marbois....

.231
...350

considers an impost the only practicable tax....

remarks on the conduct of the American Commissioners at Paris.408, 409
remarks on the proportion of freemen to slaves in apportioning

the representation of the States.....

remarks on disbanding the army...

..187

in favor of choosing the President by electors chosen by lot from
the national legislature.....

.199

.215

.423

.452

.455

..531
...577

..1051

.1196

CARROLL, DANIEL-Continued.

advocates an election of President by the people, or by electors

chosen by them......

is in favor of a negative on the acts of Congress..
doubts relative to the Senators voting per capita...
proposes that Senators may enter their dissent on the journal......1292
proposes to confine the yeas and nays to the House of Represen-

tatives.....

does not think the apportionment of representation before a census
should be a rule for taxation.......
..1377
objects to members of Congress being paid by the States......... 1328
thinks a vote of two-thirds should be required to expel a member

of Congress......

.1291
remarks on bills of attainder and ex post facto laws..... ...1400
thinks more than a majority should be required in certain cases....1339
the discrimination as to money bills, a continual source of difficulty. 1315
opposes the provision to disqualify persons having unsettled ac-

counts from being members of Congress....

thinks the States should be guarantied against violence.....
thinks the States should be allowed to lay tonnage duties, to clear
harbours and build light-houses.....

CASES

..1585

desires a regulation as to the trade between the States......1430, 1478
views in regard to the large territorial claims of the States, and

the public lands........

.......1460, 1464, 1465
views in regard to the ratification of the Constitution..1380, 1470, 1471
thinks an address to the people should accompany the Constitution. 1582
CARTHAGE......
..805

CERES

1418, 1421

..1335
..1185

man-of-war.....

within jurisdiction of the judiciary, 733, 743, 851, 855, 892, 898, 1137,
1224, 1238, 1366, 1399, 1416, 1438, 1541, 1556, 1619

CASTRIES, MARQUIS DE..

.74
.787

CATILINE....

CENSUS

CESSATION

...431

triennial, proposed under the Confederation....
as fixed by Congress in 1783.......
provision to be made for in the Constitution........736, 741, 1223, 1233
Senate to be apportioned after it by the Representatives...
.744
representation to be apportioned by it. 1035, 1052, 1064, 1079, 1080, 1087,
1090, 1108, 1223, 1228, 1233, 1544, 1606
term of.......
...................1079, 1085, 1108, 1223, 1233, 1544, 1606
direct taxation to be apportioned by it.....1083, 1086, 1087, 1228, 1233,
1544, 1606

when the first one shall be made......

1233, 1377, 1544, 1606

of hostilities..

1292

.1216
..1140

...

..28, 376

...127

·-427, 437, 524, 575

CESSION-See LANDS, PUBLIC.

CERTIFICATES

of Loan Office....

of Commissaries and Quartermasters.

may be given on impressment of supplies...
States should not issue them.......

to be given at a certain rate for paper money...
to the army not to be paid to the States....

to the army for lands......
CHARLEMAGNE.

CHARLESTON

military movements there..
its surrender reported....
conduct of the British there..
its evacuation......

CHARTER

of Virginia....

of New York..

offered by the British to Vermont...
powers of Congress in regard to.

CHASE, SAMUEL

proposes to exclude negroes in fixing taxation......

objects to each State having an equal vote in Congress.
CHASTELLUX, CHEVALIER..

CHEROKEES

jurisdiction over......

papers about, sent by Mr. Jefferson to Congress...
CHESAPEAKE

CHIEF JUSTICE

.44, 347, 364, 434, 511

....56

...57

..59

.207, 227

...450

..457

..882

dangerous influence of that society....

.43

..48

....58

....164, 263, 482

CIRCULATION

of notes of the Bank of North America, how limited...............
CITIZEN

.119, 160

..120
...151

..1354

..28

..33

..486

...116

to preside on the impeachment of the President........1487, 1546, 1607
to be a member of the Executive Council....1358, 1359, 1365, 1367, 1399
to be a provisional successor of the President..

CHITTENDEN, THOMAS....

..1434
228, 263

CINCINNATI

.1205, 1208

..696

113

President to be.......
.1398, 1487, 1554, 1616
Representatives to be......736, 1211, 1225, 1227, 1257, 1299, 1544, 1606
Senators to be............737, 1211, 1225, 1229, 1273, 1305, 1545, 1607
of each State to have the privileges and immunities of the others.... 745,
1240, 1558, 1620
of different States within the jurisdiction of the National Judiciary..733,
854, 1238, 1440, 1556, 1619
committing crimes in another State to be deemed guilty as if they

had been committed by a citizen of the State.

..867, 1240

CIVIL LIST

reduction of......

CLAIBORNE, JOHN F. H.

a member of the committee appointed on the death of Mr. Madi-

son

CLAIMS

on public lands before a cession, not annulled...
CLARK, ABRAHAM

.598

...(Vol. 1, notice) x

...........211, 214

objects to military measures against Vermont.......
vindicates the propriety of making public the negotiations with
Sweden.....

........224

proposes to exempt the American Commissioners from the control
of France.......

CLEARANCE

of vessels trading between the States.....
CLINTON, GEORGE.......

.....240

remarks on the conduct of the Commissioners at Paris.....389, 406, 409
proposes to submit the impost separately to the States.....
proposes to limit the apportionment........

..403

.417

opposes the State debts being included in the general provision

for the public debt.........

advocates an apportionment by numbers...

urges the settlement of a system relative to public lands.

..

.419

.422

.436

remarks on disbanding the army.....................

..453

remarks on the cession of public lands.................458, 459, 463, 543
proposes a removal of the military stores from Springfield.
remarks on the admission of a British Consul.......

..590
...603

..607, 612

remarks on the negotiation relative to Mississippi...
CLARK, GENERAL

seizure of Spanish property...

......598, 618, 629

CLASSES

Senate divided into.....737, 960, 969, 1017, 1229, 1273, 1545, 1572, 1607
States divided into, for the choice of Senators...
.....820, 828
CLAY, HENRY

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a member of the committee appointed on the death of Mr. Madi-

son.....

.52

...(Vol. 1, notice) vi

his letter relative to Federal Constitution....
CLINTON, SIR HENRY

in South Carolina......
returns to New York.........

correspondence with, relative to prisoners at Charleston.
sends emissaries among the American troops.....
CLYMER, GEORGE

.1431, 1440, 1477, 1613

..529

.674

....

.43

.49

.58

..78

represents Pennsylvania in the Congress of the Confederation.....187
spoken of as Secretary of Foreign Affairs....... ..234, 460, 493, 550
attends the Federal Convention....

objects to appointments by the Senate...

..723
..1507

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