Volume 23 Index

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U

Underwood, John

banished from R.I., 217, 353, 565

unicameralism

allegedly favored by TJ, 23n, 24n

Union (ship)

mentioned, 399, 457-8

United States

Army

commander of, 189-90, 242, 244n, 384-5, 387,

400, 401, 408

general officers appointed, 244n, 250, 356, 400, 408, 492

appropriations for, 246-8, 261

increase of, 385, 387, 408

Congress

and apportionment bill, 7, 264

and post office bill, 7

and consular and diplomatic establishment, 21, 472

and mint bill, 26

and registration of U.S. ships, 40-1

and Department of State accounts, 60-1

Treasury influence over, 184-7, 246-8, 261

interference in foreign affairs, 221-2n, 261

and Ceracchi's proposed monument, 229-30n, 325, 385-6

right to investigate executive, 261-2

compared to Parliament, 262

and Churchman's magnetic experiments, 363-4

adjournment of, 384-5, 387, 388, 408, 411, 466, 492

and enforcement of Navigation Act, 398n, 417, 422n

and additional assumption of state debts, 408

letter from Washington quoted, 422n

and redemption of captives in Algiers, 427

and bankruptcy bill, 437

and coinage, 460

and consular convention with France, 467

alleged corruption of, 537

and foreign intercourse bill, 615-16n

House of Representatives

and post office bill, 8n, 53n

and Va. land bounties, 54n

and consular bill, 87, 159-60, 235, 550

and British involvement in Indian war, 90-1

letter from Washington, 105n <cited>, 221n <quoted>

and compensation for John B. Cutting, 106n

and Morel's memoir on Indians, 114-15n

and Northwest Territory, 143, 193

and apportionment bill, 187, 370-7

investigates St. Clair's defeat, 190n, 261-2, 264-5n, 492

and Louis XVI's acceptance of the French constitution

221-2n, 250, 261, 269, 277-8, 281-2

and claims bill, 223

and Ceracchi's proposed monument, 230n

and assumption of state debts, 246

and legislative references to executive departments, 246-8, 261

and revenue for U.S. Army, 246-8, 261

and relations with Algiers, 250, 256-8, 263, 362

and treaty-making power, 256-8

and transfer of Va. marine hospital to U.S., 281n

and TJ's report on commerce, 332

and patent bill, 363

and Churchman's magnetic experiments, 364n

and revenue for Indian war, 467

anticipated Republican increase in, 538

President

authority over diplomatic appointments, 8-19, 111-15

source of authority, 100

Senate

and post office bill, 8n, 53n

and appointment of ministers to Europe, 11-15, 16,

18-24, 35, 49, 55, 58, 60n

letter from Washington, 18, 105n (cited), 221n

(quoted)

and consular affairs, 35n, 63, 87, 272, 381

and judicial appointments, 42n

and appointment of commissioners to Spain, 84n

and compensation for John B. Cutting, 106n

and Morel's memoir on Indians, 114

and Louis XVI's acceptance of the French constitution

221-2n, 250, 261, 281-2

and relations with Spain, 234, 316n

and military appointments, 244n, 400n

and relations with Algiers, 250, 256-8, 263, 362

and consular convention with France, 256

and treaty-making power, 256-8

and legislative references to executive departments, 262

and apportionment bill, 370-7

Supreme Court

and Pagan v. Hooper, 81, 82, 89, 122-4, 142, 148-9, 488

and fugitives from justice, 327, 330

and suits involving British subjects, 461, 583

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