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Intercourse with Indian Nations.
Judiciary of the United States.
Legislature of the United States.
Military Exablishment.
Militia.
Mint.

Navy.

Patents.

Penalties mitigated or remitted.
Pensioners.
Poft-Office and Poft-Roads.
President of the United States.
Registry, and Recording of Veffelso
Seamen.
State, Department of.
Treasury, Department of.
War, Department of
Western Lands.

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Abatément, not to take place for defect of form in writs,

declarations, processes, returns, judgments, or
other proceedings in civil causes,

i. 72
Accounts between the United States and individual states, y
act for settling,

29. 244.
time extended,

. ii. 14. 209
-against the United States, how to be settled, i. 38
-of the U. States to be kept in dollars, &c. ii. 46
-against officers of the revenue and holders of public

money, when adjusted, to be put in fuit, iii. 421
Acceffaries in murder, robbery, or piracy on the high

seas, before the fact. punishable with death ; and.

after the fact, by fine and imprisonment, i. 104
Acts of the states, and all judical proceedings, to have
full credit,

i 16
of the States to be authenticated by the seal of the
several states,

115
-of the courts, and all judicial proceedings, by attes-
tation of the clerk, the seal of the court, and the cer-
tificate of the presiding judge or magistrate, that the
attestation is in due form,

115
of the United States, to be authenticated under the..
seal of the Secretary of State,

- 43
Adjournment of Congress, by one House during the fel

fion, cannot take place without the affent of the
other, for more than three days, nor to any other
place than that in which the two Houses are fit-
ting,
. .

i 8
of Congress, in case of disagreement between the
Houses, the President of the United States may
adjourn them to such time as he may think fit, 15

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ftates, three years at least before his admission, that
it was his intention to become a citizen of the United
States and shall renounce forever allegiance to any foreign
power, particularly by name, the one of which he is a

subject, or citizen, at the time of application, iii. 163 .
2. He shall, at the time of application, declare on oath,

or affirm, before fome of the courts aforesaid, that he '.'
has resided at least five years in the United States, and
one year within the state where he makes application ;
take the oath to support the constitution, and renounce
allegiance to any foreign power, which proceedings
shall be recorded,

..ji. 163
3. The court admitting fuch alien, must be satisfied that

he has resided five years in the United States : That he
has behaved as a man of good moral character; is at-
tached to the constitution, and well-difpofed to the good

order and happiness of the United States, 164
4. In case of nobility, he must expressly renounce the title

in court, which shall be recorded, ... 164:
Aliens now residing in the United States, may be admit-

ted after two years residence in the United States, and
one year in the state where they make application, on
the terms aforesaid,

164
The children of persons naturalized, dwelling in the Uni-

ted States, and being under the age of twenty-one at
such time, and the children of citizens of the United ;
States, born out of the limits thereof, shall be consider--
ed as citizens,

165
Ambassadors by whom to be appointed,''

1. 14
by whom to be received,
Salaries of,

128
process against foreign, void,

-violence offered to person of foreign,punishable, 112,
A mendment of the conititution, how to be made, i. 17
Amendments respecting suability of states, ; iii. 131

Which have been proposed and adopted, 454
of writs, declarations, processes, &c. when to be
made,

- i. 72
Appeals from district-courts,

61
Appellate jurifdition of the circuit-court,
of the supreme-court,

62
Appointment of officers under the Unijed States how to
be made,

14
Appropriations for the year 1789, .

76

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Appropriations for the year 1790,
for the year 1791,

279
- -for the year 1792,

ii. 7. 122
for the year 1793,

213. 240
for the year 1794,

i iii.
in addition to former provision for intercourse with
foreign nations,

. 16
for the support of the military establishment, 20
for arsenals and armouries,
for placing buoys and beacons in certain har-
bours,

31
-for erecting a light-house on the iftand of Se-

guin,
-for placing buoys in St. Mary's river, 66
for the payment of interest on certain debts of the
United States,

- 69
for the payment of the second installnient due to

the bank of the United States,
-for certain general purposes of government, 116
for the support of the military establifhment for the
year 1795, and expenses of the expedition to
Pittsburgh,

139
-for the support of government for the year 1795,218

for erecting light-houses, and placing buoys, 174
-for the relief of persons who sustained loss in their
property by the insurgents,

. . 186
for purposes relative to the public debt, 208
additional, for military naval and contingent pur-
poses, and pensions,

218
-for purchasing goods for the Indians,

232
for the year 1796,

235
-for partial support of military establishment,' 249

-for building a light-house on Baker's Island, 256
--for carrying on trade with the Indians, 259
for the purpose of the navy,

. 201
--for the payment of balances standing to the credit
of certain states,

274
--- -for the execution of the treaty with Great-Bri-
tain,

276
- -for the exceution of the treaty with Spain, 277
----for the execution of the treaty with Algeirs, 278

-- for the execution of the treaty with the Indians, 279
-for building a light-house on Cape Ced,

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