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Certificates of reasonable Cause of Seizure. Cherokee Indians. such seizure, and a judgment shall be
Additional article to the treaty with the given for the claimant or claimants,
Cherokees, of July 2, 1791. Feb. 17, if it shall appear to the court that there
VII. 42 was reasonable cause for such seizure,
Treaty with the Cherokees. 26, the court shall grant a certificate there.
VII. 43 of; and the claimant shall not be en.
Treaty with the Cherokees. October 2, titled to costs, or the prosecutor liable
VII. 62 to action, &c., the articles seized being
Treaty with the Cherokees. October 25, returned forth with after judgment,
VII. 93 II. 422; III. 199, 235 Treaty with the Cherokees. October 27, Notes of the decisions of the courts of the
VII. 95 United States on seizures, - II. 422 Convention with the Cherokees. Jan. 7,
VII. 101 Certificates of Loan and Stock.
Elucidation of the Convention with the See Index to Private Laws, vol. VI. 947.
Cherokees of January 7, 1806. September 11, 1807,
VIl. 103 Certificates of Stock lost.
Treaty with the Cherokees. March 22, See Index to Private Laws, vol. VI. 947.
VII. 138 Cession of Jurisdiction.
Convention with the Cherokees. March Cessions of jurisdiction of light-houses,
VII. 139 1. 426
Treaty with the Cherokees. September 14, 1816,
VII. 148 Challenges to Fight.
Treaty with the Cherokees. July 8, Commissioned or non-commissioned offi.
VII. 156 cers in the army, who shall send a Treaty with the Cherokees. February challenge to fight a duel to another
VII. 195 officer or soldier, or who shall accept a Treaty with the Cherokees. October 24, challenge to fight, shall be cashiered,
VII. 228 II. 363 Convention with the Cherokees. May 6, Officers allowing any person to go forth
VII. 311 to fight a duel, shall be punished as
Articles of agreement with the Cherothe challenger,
II. 363 kees. February 14, 1833, VII. 414 The duty of every officer, knowing of a
Treaty with the Cherokecs. December challenge, to cause the immediate ar.
VII. 478 rest of the challenger,
II. 363 Supplementary article to the Treaty with An act to prohibit the giving or accept
the Cherokees of December 29, 1835. ing, within the District of Columbia,
March 1, 1836,
VII. 488 of a challenge to fight a duel, and for the punishment thercof,
Cherokee Pre-emptions. Change of Name.
All the Cherokee pre-emptions which See Index to Private Laws, vol. VI. 947.
have been located on any of the sur. Chaplains in the Army.
veyed lands of the United States south
of the Arkansas river, confirmed, and One chaplain to be allowed to each bri
patents to issue for them,
V. 603 gade,
Secretary of the Treasury to vote for
the president and directors of the comChaplains to Congress.
IV. 124 Compensation allowed them, III. 334
A subscription of fifteen hundred shares Charles Carroll of Carrollton,
IV. 124, 350 Franking privilege allowed him, IV. 320 Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company. Chayenne Indians.
An act confirming the act of the legisTreaty with the Chayennes, July
lature of Virginia, entitled, “An act 1825,
VIII. 255 incorporating the Chesapeake and
Ohio Canal Company," and for other Cherokee Indians.
IV. 101 Certain lands, and certain improvements
An act to explain and amend “An act on lands, secured to Percis Lovely by
confirming the act of the Legislature the treaty with the Cherokee Indians
of Virginia, incorporating the Chesaof 1817, to be paid for,
IV. 491 peake and Ohio Canal Company," and The certificates issued or allowed by the
an act of the state of Maryland for commissioners under the Cherokee
IV. 292 treaty of 1836, to be paid, - V. 719 Assent of Congress to an act of the LeSee Index to the Private Laws, vol. VI. 947 gislature of Maryland, entitled, “An Treaty with the Cherokees. November
the same purpose,
act further to amend the act incorpo. 28, 1785,
VII. 18 rating the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Treaty with the Cherokees. July 2,
Company," passed December, 1830, 1791, VII. 39
Treaty with the "Chippewas
, orta vas,
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company.
Treaty with the Ottawas, Chippewas,
Wyandots, and Pottawatimies. No-
Pottawatimies, Wyandots, and Shaw.
November 25, 1808, VII. 112
Treaty with the Wyandots, Delawares,
Senecas, Shawnees, Miamies, Chip-
pewas, Ottawas, and Potta watimies.
September 8, 1815, -
. VII. 131
Pottawatimies. August 24, 1816, VII. 146
Treaty with the Wyandots, Senecas,
Delawares, Shawnees, Pottawatimies,
V. 197 Treaty with the Chippewas. September
Treaty with the Chippewas. June 16,
Treaty with the Ottawas, Chipperdus,
and Potta watimies. August 29, 1821,
Treaty with the Sioux and Chippevas,
Sacs and Foxes, Menomonies, Iowas,
Sioux, Winnebagoes, and a portion of
the Ottawas, Chippewas, and Potta.
watimies. August 19, 1825,
VII. 65 Treaty with the Chippewas. August 25,
VII. 89 Treaty with the Chippewas, Menomo-
nies, and Winnebagoes. August 11,
Articles of agreement with the Winne-
bagoes, Pottawatimies, Chippewas,
and Ottawas. August 25, 1828, VII. 315
Treaty with the Chippewas, Ottawas,
and Pottawatimies. July 29, 1829,
Treaty with the Chippewas, Ottawas,
VII. 388 and Pottawatimies. September 26,
Supplementary articles to the treaty with
the Chippewas, Ottawas, and Potta-
watimies, of September 26, 1833. Sep-
Treaty with the Ottawas and Chippewas.
Treaty with the Swan Creek and Black
River Bands of Chippewas. May 9,
Treaty with the Saganaw tribe of the
Chippewas. January 14, 1837. VII. 528
Treaty with the Chippewas. July 29,
Treaty with the Saganaw Tribe of the
Chippewas. December 20, 1837, VII. 547
VII. 16 Treaty with the Chippewas of Saganaw.
January 23, 1838,
VII. 28 with the Saganaw Tribe of Chippewas.
February 7, 1839,
Treaty with the Chippewas. October 4,
VII. 49 Choctaw Indians.
Treaty with the Choctaws. January 3,
Treaty with the Choctaws. December
Provisional Convention with the Choc-
taws. October 7, 1802, - VII. 73
A citation to issue with a writ of error,
and to be left with the adverse party
of error, shall take good and sufficient
. I. 85
shall not be a supersedeas, shall be for
of the United States, but found, by
perty, into the United States, V. 674
An act establishing the temporary and
permanent seat of government of the
I. 130, 214
lars for the city of Washington au-
of a superintendent to be appointed by
· II. 177
to incorporate the inhabitants of the
City of Washington.
A supplement to the act concerning the
II. 236, 298
city of Washington to have them di.
vided and admitted to record, II. 511
on the provisions of the act incorporat-
on the provisions of the charter which
part of the reservations in the city of
proving the public square near the
tendence of public buildings, abolish.
ence of public buildings to sell parts
of the public reservations, III. 346
“An act further to amend the charter
of the city of Washington," : III. 485
porating the city of Washington, con.
the city of Washington, and to repeal
the city of Washington to drain the
on the claims to lots authorized to be
corporate the city of Washington,
"An act to incorporaje the inhabitants
purpose," passed May 15, 1820, IV. 186
City of Washington.
Clerks in the Departments of the Govern ton Bridge Company for a bridge over
Second Auditor to be continued until
V. 650 Appropriation to extinguish interest on
The clerks in the business of reserva. the public debt of the city of Wash.
tions and grants under Indian treaties ington,
to be continued until otherwise direct. Appropriations for Pennsylvania Avenue,
ed by Congress,
V. 718 IV. 723 The Secretary of the Treasury may An act authorizing the construction of a
transfer three clerks for arranging stabridge across the Potomac, IV. 727 tistical information relative to agricul. Balance of an appropriation for the Po
ture, manufactures, domestic trade, tomac bridge to be applied to the im
&c., June 18, 1844, .
V. 719 provement of Maryland Avenue, lead
Certain clerks and officers continued in ing to the bridge,
the service of the United States, V. 764 See Index to the Private Laws, vol. VI. 948 Clerks of Courts. Claims of the United States on the French
The Supreme and District Courts to apGovernment.
İ. 76 An act making provision for the pay
Clerks of the District Courts to be clerks ment of the claims assumed under the
of the Circuit Courts,
I. 76 convention ceding Louisiana to the
Oaths of clerks of the Circuit Courts,
Clerks of the Circuit Courts to give Claims of Massachusetts and other States.
I. 76 The Secretary at War to receive addi.
Notes of decisions as to clerks of the Cir. tional evidence in relation to the
I. 76 claims of Massachusetts and of other
Fees of clerks of courts,- I. 217, 277 states,
Clerks of the District and Circuit Courts, Sec Index to the Private Laws, vol. VI. 948
in the absence of the judges, to take Clark, Midshipman John.
recognisance of bail de bene esse, and Resolution that a sword, &c., be present.
to administer oaths,
I. 278 ed to the nearest male relation of Mid
Clerks of the Supreme and Circuit Courts shipman Clark, slain in the battle on
may frame and issue writs of error, Lake Erie, III. 142
Compensation of the clerks of the SuClearance of Ships or Vessels.
preme, Circuit, and District Courts, Regulation of the clearance of vessels
I. 625 from the Mississippi,
II. 200 Compensation for services of clerks of An act to regulate the clearance of arm
the courts of the United States, where ed merchant vessels, (expired) II. 342 no provision for such services has been Clearance of vessels at Petersburg or
made by law,
I. 625 Richmond,
III. 44 Clerks of the Circuit and District Courts, See Embargo-Duties.
their compensation, (repealed,) II. 133 Clerks in the Departments of the Govern
Repeal of the act of April 18, 1814, chap.
19, which lessens the compensation of ment.
clerks of the courts of the United Additional clerks in the office of the
IV. 8 Third Auditor, and Second Comptrol
See Index to the Private Laws, vol. VI. 955 ler, (expired)
III. 540 An act authorizing the employment of Coasting Trade. additional clerks, and certain messen.
Act of September 1, 1789, (obsolete,) I. 55 gers and assistants, and other persons
Act of September 21, 1789, (obsolete) I. 94 in the several departments, May 26,
Act of December 31, 1792,
I. 287 1824,
IV. 41 License and enrolment of ships and ves. Employment and compensation of clerks
sels engaged in the coasting trade, I. 305 in the public offices, March 2, 1827, IV. 233 Act of March 2, 1795,
I. 426 Compensation of clerks in the depart
An act supplementary to the acts conments of the government, II. 396;
cerning the coasting trade, - - III. 492 III. 445; IV, 233 Notes of the acts relating to the coasting Clerks in the office of the commissary.
III. 492 general of subsistence,
IV. 780 The sea-coast and navigable rivers of Certain clerks to be continued in service,
the United States divided into two May 2, 1840, V. 409 districts,
III. 493 Payment of arrears to the clerks in the
Regulations of the coasting trade, III. 493 custom-house at Philadelphia, V. 432 Surveyors to be authorized to enrol and Additional clerks in the post-office de
license coasting and fishing vessels in partment authorized, July 30, 1842,
like manner as collectors, - IV. 373
V. 498 License and enrolment of vessels of the Clerks in the business of reservations for
United States engaged in the coasting the Indian tribes, May 18, 1842, V. 583 trade,
IV, 487 An additional clerk in the office of the
Fees on vessels of the United States, IV. 487
Coast of the United States.
The Secretary of the Treasury to cause
charts of the coast of North Carolina
Cape Hatteras and Cape Fear, to be
II, 375; III. 537 Coast Survey.
An act to provide for surveying the
coasts of the United States, . . II. 413 Notes of acts relating to the coast survey,
army or navy to be employed in sur.
III. 425 Instruments, surveys, and drafts to be deposited as directed by the President,
coast of North Carolina, and for other
maps and charts of the survey of the
III. 323 Coinoge.
John Vaughan to be paid for difference
I. 215 Gold and silver coins,
I. 246-248 Copper coins,
- I. 248-283 Estimation of foreign coins at the custom-house,
lating foreign coins, passed August
tender, suspended, (obsolete,) II. 173 Foreign coins, . . I. 168, 300, 539; II. 374 An act regulating the currency of fo.
reign coins in the United States, II. 374 Notes of the acts of Congress relative to foreign coins,
and of making out invoices in certain
II. 121 ; III. 322 Assays of gold and silver coins to be made,
. III. 322 An act to continue in force an act regu.
lating the currency, within the United
lating to the currency of certain foreign
continucd in force for four years, (expired,)
I. 627 Rhode Island,
I. 629 New York,
I. 630 Vermont,
I. 631 New Jersey,
I. 632 Pennsylvania,
I. 632 Maryland,
I. 633 Virginia,
I. 634 North Carolina,
I. 635 South Carolina,
I. 636 Georgia,
I. 636 Kentucky,
I. 637 Tennessee,
I. 637 Northwestern Territory,
I. 638 South Tennessee,
ry shall first come to at the port of
I. 640, 644
II. 68 Lynn annexed to New London, II. 68 District of Bristol,
II. 101 Districts of Massac in Ohio, and Pal. myra in Tennessee,
II. 108 District of Bermuda Hundred, II. 68, 116 City Point,
II. 68, 116 Collection districts established, (obsolete,)
II. 182 Beaufort in North Carolina,
II. 228 Passamaquoddy,
II. 228 Easton,
- II. 228 Tiverton,
II. 228 A new collection district on Lake Onta. rio,
II. 228 Cainbridge, Massachusetts, made a port of delivery,
II. 310 Collection district of Buffalo Creek, II. 336 Collection district of Miami,
II. 336 Collection district of Erie,
II. 336 Roxbury, Massachusetts, made a port of delivery,
II. 349 Town of Jersey made a port of delivery,
II. 355 All the shores and waters of the Ohio
and its branches, and of the Missis. sippi and its branches, added to the district of Mississippi, (obsolete,) II. 418 Biddeford, Pepperelborough, and New Bedford,
II. 101, 451 Saco, Massachusetts,
II. 451 Plymouth, North Carolina, made a port
II. 497 Name of district of Nanjemoi changed to St. Mary's,
II, 497 Augusta, Maine, made a port of de. livery,
gatchie, and White Mountains, estab-
ed to the district of New York, II. 657 Collection district of Niagara,