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Página 18 - Colony, and had come to the following Resolutions thereupon; which he read in his place, and afterwards delivered in at the Clerk's table, where the same were again twice read, and...
Página 27 - Delegates, in the conference chamber, and jointly with them to examine the ballot boxes, and report to the house on whom the majority of votes should fall. The committee then withdrew, and, after some time, returned into the house, and reported that the committee had, according to order, met a...
Página 37 - Resolved, that the sincere thanks of the general assembly be given to our former governor, Thomas Jefferson, Esq. for his impartial, upright, and attentive administration whilst in office. The assembly wish, in the strongest manner, to declare the high opinion which they entertain of Mr. Jefferson's ability, rectitude, and integrity, as chief magistrate of this commonwealth ; and mean by thus publicly avowing their opinion, to obviate and to remove all unmerited censure.
Página 81 - House on whom the majority of the votes should fall. The committee then withdrew, and after some time returned into the House, and reported that the committee had, according to order, met a committee from the Senate in the conference chamber, and jointly with them examined the...
Página 58 - ... and come to several resolutions thereupon, which he read in his place, and afterwards delivered in at the clerk's table, where the same were again...
Página 89 - To extend Mason and Dixon's line due west five degrees of longitude, to be computed from the river Delaware, for the southern boundary of Pennsylvania, and that a meridian, drawn from the western extremity thereof, to the northern limit of said State, be the western boundary of said State forever.
Página 12 - Congress assembled, for the term of fifteen years. with power to prohibit any goods, wares, or merchandise, from being imported into, or exported from, any of the States, in vessels belonging to or navigated by the subjects of any power with whom these States shall not have formed treaties of commerce.
Página 14 - ... come to several resolutions thereupon, which he read in his place, and afterwards delivered in at the clerk's table, where the same were again read and agreed to, as followeth:
Página 15 - Rose, to them referred, and had agreed upon a report, and come to a resolution thereupon, which he read in his place, and afterwards delivered in at the clerk's table, where the same was again twice read and agreed to by the House, as...
Página 24 - ... and to assure him, that as they not only retain the most . lasting impressions of the transcendent services rendered in his late public character, but have, since his return to private life, experienced proofs that no change of situation can turn his thoughts from the welfare of his country, so his happiness can never cease to be an object of their mos< devout wishes and fervent supplications. " And a committee was appointed of Mr. Henry, Mr. Jones (of King George,) Mr. Madison, Mr. Carter H....

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