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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Congress of the United States,
BEGUN and held at the city of Washington, in the district of Columbia, on Monday, the iweile ty-fourth day of May, in the
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirteen, being the FIRST Session of the THIRTEENTH COŠGRESS, beld under the constitution of government of the United States.
On which day, being the day appointed by law for the meeting of Congress, the following members of the House of Representatives appeared, produced their credentials, and took their seats, to wit:
RHODE ISLAND, ·
William Anderson, David Band, Robert Brown, William Crawford, John Conard, Roger Davis, William Findley, John Gloninger, Isaac Griffin, Charles J. Ingersoll, Samuel D Ingham, Jared Irwin, Aaron Lyle, William Piper, Jonathan Roberts, Adam Seybert, Isaac Smith, Adamson Tannehill, James Whitebill. Stevenson Archer, Joseph Kent, Alexander M‘Kim, Samuel Ringgold, Philip Stuart, Robert Wright. Thomas M. Bayly, James Breckenridge, William A. Burwell, Hugh Caperton, John Clopton, John Dawson, John W. Eppes Thomas Gholson, Peterson Goodwyn, Aylett Hawes, John P. Hungerford, John Kerr, Joseph Lewis, junior, William M.Coy, Hugb Nelson, Thomas Newton, Jaines Pleasants, junior, John Roane, John Smith, Francis White.
William R. King,
Nathaniel Macon, William H. Murfree, Joseph Pearson, Israel Pickens, Richard Stanford. John C. Calhoun, Johu J. Chappell,
David R. Evans,
William W. Bibb,
William P. Duvall,
Thomas K. Harris,
Perry W. Humphreys.
John M.Lean. LOUISIASA,
3 Thomas B. Robertson. A quorum, consisting of a majority of the whole number of members, being present,