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Report of the committee appointed on the petition of Abraham Whipple

United States. Congress. House

Report of the committee appointed on the petition of Abraham Whipple

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Published by Printed by R.C. Weightman in Washington City .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Whipple, Abraham -- Claims vs. United States.,
  • Military pensions -- United States -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Law and legislation.,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Claims.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 21806.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination6 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17712888M

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Pery. Mercurij, 23 die Decembris, Multiple Contributors, See Notes: : BooksAuthor: See Notes Multiple Contributors. On the 22nd day of the month, by a resolution of Congress, Dudley Saltonstall was appointed captain of the Alfred frigate, Abraham Whipple of the Columbus, Nicholas Biddle of the Andrea Doria, and John B.

Hopkins of the Cabot. Report from the committee appointed to examine into the matters contained in the petition of John O Donnell of the city of Limerick, Freeman, and others, and also the Matter of the Petition of John Bouchier and others, Freeholders of the County of Clare.

Reported by Mr. Pery. Mercurij, 23 die Decembris, Abraham Whipple () became a captain of a merchant vessel early in life, and then served as captain of the privateer Gamecock, which captured twenty-three French ships in the French and Indian War.

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Author: Ireland. The report of the committee was submitted to the House of Representatives onand was “read, and ordered to lie on the table.”16 The report is for the most part a clerk’s copy of various reports and papers that Hamilton and Oliver Wolcott, Jr., comptroller of the Treasury, submitted to the committee and to the House of Representatives.

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Leave of Absence. Resolved, upon the Question, That Lord Gray and Mr. John Finch shall have Leave to go into the Country. Star-chamber Proceedings. Ordered, That all Process for levying the Fine of Five.

Order of the Council of State, J That the petition of Thomas Harrison* in behalf of some well effected inhabitants in Virginia and Maryland be referred to the Committee for Foreign Affairs who are to confer with him con- cerning the desires of his petition and thereupon report their opinions thereon to the Council.

The First Whistleblowers. and made his way to Philadelphia to deliver a petition to the Marine Committee of the Continental Congress. It was a risky destination for an officer who had just jumped ship, but young Grannis had been chosen for the job. Captain Abraham Whipple presided over the court, with Hopkins and his son John assisting.

The Lee Resolution's passage was reported at the time as the colonies' definitive Report of the committee appointed on the petition of Abraham Whipple book of independence from Great Britain.

The Pennsylvania Evening Post reported on July 2: This day the CONTINENTAL CONGRESS declared the UNITED COLONIES FREE and INDEPENDENT STATES. The Pennsylvania Gazette followed suit.

Petition of Moses Pocknet and Other Mashpee and Herring Pond Indians to the Legislature of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in General Court Assembled The inhabitants and proprietors of the plantation or District of Mashpee in the County of Barnstable.

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Report of the Select Committee appointed to inquire into the present state of the petition of Abraham Hartley of Jondaryan. Register of Tabled Papers — Fifth Session — Second Parliament Page 36 of 31 Immigration Bill The Journals of the Continental Congress show that the petition was ordered to be engrossed on July 5th,and on July 8th, "The Petition to the King being engrossed, was compared, and signed by the several members.".

Two copies of the Petition were actually prepared and signed, and according to. The House appointed a Committee on Privileges to issue a report on how to proceed. The House “Gag Rule” Onduring the 24th Congress (–), the U.S. House of Representatives instituted the “gag rule,” the first instance of what would become a long-standing practice that forbade the House from considering anti.

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Show Keywords In Context. The sentence of suspension remained in force until January 2,when the following entry was made in the journals of the Continental Congress: “Congress having no further occasion for the service of Esek Hopkins, Esq.

who, on the 22 Decemberwas appointed commander-in-chief of the fleet fitted out by the Naval Committee. The petition was referred to the Council Committee on Education, and by them referred to the County Board of Education. The Board appointed a committee to confer with the petitioners, when the matter was talked over, and the Board expressed their willingness to educate colored youth upon the same terms that white children are educated.

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On this day, as the indorsement states, a letter of May 23 from the Superintendent of Finance relative to expence of maintenance of the Oneida Indians was referred to Mr. [Thomas] FitzSimons, Mr. [Oliver] Ellsworth and Mr. [Jonathan] Arnold. According to Committee Book, No.the committee was discharged August See also post, August 6.

Whipple, Abraham, 3; Report of the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred, on the 20th of December last, a motion relative to the amendments necessary to be made in the acts respecting invalid pensioners.

The committee appointed to enquire if any or what alterations ought to be made to the act, passed the 7th day of June. From the Journals of the Continental Congress for Friday, March 1, "A letter from the committee of safety of New Hampshire, with a petition from said colony, and sundry other papers, were read: Resolved, That the same be referred to a committee of three.

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