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Chisholm v. Georgia, 746.
Chrétian, G. L., portrait by, 814.
Christy, H. C., commemorative paintings,

591, 592, 596, 597, 638.
Cicero, on law, 741.
Cincinnati, Society of the, address of Rhode

Island, 491.
Circuit courts, provision for, 356, 358, 362;

first term, 372; charges to grand juries,
430; political value of circuit riding, 431;

North Carolina certiorari incident, 463.
Cities, development, maps, 111, 114, 115,

119.
Citizenship, interstate rights, 36; privileges,

protection, 36, 42, 551, 559; regulation, 44,

560; basis, 158.
Civil rights, and Thirteenth Amendment,

44; Magna Carta, 515; natural law, 741,

742. See also Bill of Rights.
Civil trial, regulation, 42, 136, 558. See also

Jury.
Civil War, effect, 117, 700; structural reason,

749.
Claims, basis of territorial, 5, 6; interstate,

537, 550, 551.
Clark, Abraham, candidacy, 178,

178, 179;
Independence, 532; portrait, sketch, 788.
Clark, John, penmanship, 765.
Clarke, J. H., service, 758.
Clay, Henry, manuscript

of

Cardoza, B. N., service, 758.
Carrington, Edward, capital, 157; letter to,

175; Virginia election, 194; vice presidency,
214, 215; salaries, 256; office-seeker, 264;
amendments, 323; state-nation pluralism,

437.
Carrogis de Carmontelle, Louis, portrait by,

802.
Carroll, Catharine, portrait, sketch, 824.
Carroll, Charles [1], portrait, sketch, 824.
Carroll, Charles [2), portrait, sketch, 822.
Carroll, Charles (3), of Carrollton, senator,

187, 188; service, 237, 'salaries, 254; recep-
tion of Washington, 271; amendments,
315; titles 374, 375; power of removal, 387;
presidential intercourse, 395; state-nation
pluralism, 437; Rhode Island, 494; Inde-
pendence, 529, 532; portraits and sketches,

778, 780, 788, 819, 824.
Carroll, Charles [4], portraits, sketches,

794, 824.
Carroll, Mrs. Charles (1), portrait, sketch,

825.
Carroll, Mrs. Charles 12), portrait, sketch,

823.
Carroll, Daniel, portraits, sketches, 56, 784,

785; representative, 789; inauguration, 274,
275; amendments, 308, 311; titles, 374;
foreign department, 335, 336; Confeder-

ation, 540, signs Constitution, 553.
Carroll, Mrs. Daniel, portrait, sketch, 775.
Carroll, Mary, portrait, sketch, 775.
Cartoons, importance, 829; constitutional,

830-860.
Catron, John, service, 756.
Census, first, 430.
Ceremony. See Society.
Chamberlin, Mason, portrait by, 823.
Chambers, Stephen, candidacy, 183.
Chandler Case, 430.
Chaplains in Congress, 242, 243.
Charters, colonial, 5, 6.
Chase, Anne, portrait, sketch, 814.
Chase, Matilda, portrait, sketch, 814.
Chase, Salmon P., on Union, 28; service, 754.
Chase, Samuel, ratification, 26; Independ-

ence, 532; service, 755; portraits, sketches,

778, 816; objects, 786, 800.
Chase, Mrs. Samuel, portrait, sketch, 814.
Chatham, Lord, colonial taxation, 8; civil

rights, 40.
Cherokee treaty, 407.
Checks and balances, 30, 569. See also

Separation of powers.
Chicago Daily News, cartoon, 847.
Chicago Examiner, cartoon, 852.
Chicago Herald and Examiner, cartoon, 834.
Chicago Tribune, cartoons, 848, 855, 857,

858, 860.
Chief justices of United States, title, 133;

impeachment of President, 543; list, 754.
Chile, high court, 759.
China, commemorative stamp, 614; high

court, 759.

Farewell
Address, 563.
Clerk of House, 238.
Cleveland, Grover, on free institutions, 728.
Clifford, Nathan, service, 756.
Clingan, William, Confederation, 540.
Clinton, George, ratification, 25, 27; capital,

151; elections, 171; senators, 176; vice
presidency, 214, 216; reception of Wash-
ington, 262, 273; letter to, 262; inaugura-
tion, 276; second convention, 280, 287,
288; state-nation pluralism, 439; readjust-
ment of state finances, 456; portrait,

sketch, 782.
Clothes, presidential, 259–261, 276; judicial

robes, 371.
Clymer, George, portraits, sketches, 53,

801, 819; elections, candidacy, 180-183,
235; second convention, 285; amendments
in House, 306-308; titles, 375; power of
removal, 383, 385; Independence, 532;

signs Constitution, 553.
Coercion of states, plans, 19, 21; substitute,

22.
Coins. See Money.
Coke, Sir Edward, on natural law, 742.
Coles, Isaac, representative, 195.
Colleges, delegates, 16; congressmen, 236.
Collins, John, ratification, 492; proclamation,

499; Confederation, 539.
Colombia, high court, 759.
Colonies, rights of Englishmen, 6, 7; experi-

ence in government, 7; effect of French
and Indian War, 7; commerce and taxa-

tion, 7.
Color, suffrage restriction, 44, 560.

865

on

House; Powers; Representation; Salaries;

Senate.
Conkling, Roscoe, service, 757.
Connecticut, ratification, 25, 60, 125, 652;

election act, 170; senators, 170; election of
representatives, 170; electors, vote, 171,
215, 216; oath, 249, 433, 434; second con-
vention, 285; and amendments, 327; Penn-
sylvania case, 350; state-nation pluralism,
439; cessation of imposts, 446; lighthouse
cession, 452; Constitution and state laws,
454; pensions, 456; copper coinage, 456;
secret sessions of Senate, 459; requirement
on senators, 465; Rhode Island, 483, 485;

Signers, 532, 539, 553; broadsides, 605.
Connecticut Compromise, 21, 123.
Constitution, meaning of term, 126.
Constitution of United States, beginning of

operation, 27, 125, 220–223, 556; national
development under, 110–120, 669; au-
thors, 123; engrosser, 123, 761-769; words,
reading time, 124; as rigid, 127; Glad-
stone's statement, 127, 723; philosophy,
127; origins, 127; as model, 128; history
and appearance of original, 541, 626;
literal text, 541-552; Washington
preservation and obedience, 567, 568; fac-
simile, 590, 593, 596; liberal interpretation,
basic character, 633-637, 643; sacredness,
640, 665; experience and alteration, 641;
as milestone, 663; origin and security,
740-742; validity, 742. See also next
193;

CARDOZA-CONTINENTAL CONGRESS

Colorado, admission, 60.
Colt, Peter, letter to, 261.
Columbia College, congressmen, 236.
Columbus, Christopher, Henry VII, 5.
Commerce, restriction on colonial, 7; need of

central control, 12; interstate agreement,
74; Annapolis Convention, 14, 15; power
of Congress, elements, 31, 545; develop-
ment, 112, 115; proposed amendments,
295; equality of regulations, 547; liquor,

562. See also Duties; Lighthouses.
Commissions to congressmen, 160, 168-170,

177, 185, 188, 190, 196.
Committee of Detail, members, 123.
Committee of Style, members, 123.
Committee of the States, 537.
Committee of the whole, use, 246, 247, 358.
Committees, House, 239, 246; Senate, and

treaties, 406.
Committees of correspondence, 123.
Communications, inter-house, 239, 242–

244, 258; President and Congress, 391,

393-399.
Comptroller general, term, 131.
Comstock, Job, ratification, 493.
Confederation, development, Articles, text,

10, 533-540, 650; character, weaknesses,
10-13, 128, 679, 680; amendment, 12;
value, Articles and Constitution, 13, 744;
seat of government, 146, 147; end, 220-
223; judiciary, 349; survivals, 408. Sce

also Continental Congress; Signers.
Congress, gatherings of first, delay, quorum,

27, 125, 126, 221, 229-232; law-making
power, 31; organization regulations, 31,
543, 544; process of legislation, 31, 130,
131, 545, prohibitions, 32, 546, 547; meet-
ings, 46, 132, 137, 544, 549, 561; congress-
men not officers, 129; pairing, 129, be-
ginning of first term, 221-223; politics and
sectionalism in first, 232-235, 469, 472;
personnel, service, 235–239; problem of
novelty, 237, 238; inter-house communica-
tions, 239, 242–244, 258; chaplains, 242,
243; joint rules respecting bills, 245; print-
ing, 245; newspapers, 245; inter-house
courtesy, relations, 246, 257; unfinished
business at end of session, 247; oath bill,
248–251; enactment style, 248-251; rev-
enue measures, 256; counting electoral
vote, 258, 670, 671; presidential mansion,
263; inau ration plans, 274, 275; inaugu-
ration, 275-278; call for second conven-
tion, 285; proposed amendments on regu-
lations, 295; proposed amendment on
salary changes, 302, 308, 313, 317–319;
executive officers and floor, 339, 340; con-
tention over titles, 373-377; power of
removal, 382–388; communications with
President, 391; presidential addresses in
state, replies, 408; state officers and mem-
bership, 436-441, 445; lighthouses, 451;
jails, 453; outside states, 473–478,485-487,
489–491, 493–495; messages, 549; broad-
sides, 612; sesquicentennial celebration,
654; views of celebration, 660, 664, 668,
674, 678; annals, individual membership,
666, 672; members of 1st and 76th, 685–
689. See also Amendments; Federal Hall;

titles; Amendments; Union.
Constitution Shrine, replicas, 593, 594, 596;

standard, 593, 595, 596; dedication, 622;

address at, 623-627.
Constitutional Convention, genesis, call, 14,

15; deputies, portraits and sketches of
Signers, 15-18, 49–59, 121, 122; organiza-
tion, 18; records, 18, 122, 821; plans
before, 19-21; law of the land, 22, 38;
ratification and amendment, 22, 23; execu-
tive, 23, 132; end, signing, 23, 24, 124;
length, 122; resolve on organizing govern-
ment, 144, 553; Washington and provisions
on executive, 200; executive departments,
332; judiciary, 350; address, 554; paintings
on signing, 591, 592, 638, 818; commem-
orative stamp, 613; sesquicentennial cel-
ebration, 616-648; work, 733-735. See

also Representation; Signers.
Constitutional government, economic direc-

tion, basis and purpose, 631, 632, 646;
essentials, 675; preservation of liberty, 676;
survival, 677, 680; representation, elec-
tions, 680, 681; Bill of Rights as element,
681-683; position of Supreme Court, 721,
722; justice, 723, 725;_ development of

British, 740. See also Democracy.
Constitutionality, construction, control, 22,

35, 36, 38, 133, 250, 384,386, 731, 732,
745–748; first questioning, 133. See also

Supreme law.
Constitutions, state, character of first, 12,

22; alteration, 454.
Continental Congress, equal state vote, 9;

lack of coercive power, 9; position, war
powers, 9-11; end, work, 13, 156; call of
Convention, 15, ratification, 24, 122, 555,
556; organization of new government, 27,
Randolph, 283; amendments, 323.
Corcoran Gallery of Art, portrait exhibit,

on

144-146, 556, 652; delegates in Conven-
tion, 122; news of ratification, 143; secrecy,
148; last sessions, place, 224; foreign office,
329; judiciary under, 347–349; social posi-
tion of president, 410, 420; broadsides, 611;
character, 650. See also Confederation;

Seat of government.
Contracts obligation, 33, 547.
Conway, Richard, Washington's debt, 259.
Coolidge, Calvin, Constitution Shrine, 622;

on local self-government, 732.
Copley, J. S., portraits by, 776, 778, 780, 786,

788, 794, 796, 819, 826.
Copyright, 32, 546.
Corbin, Francis, candidacy,

598, 599, 770; staff, 773.
Corneli v. Moore, 45.
Costa Rica, high court, 759.
Costello, Jerry, cartoon, 833.
Council, plan for, 19, 23.
Council for New England, 5.
Council of Revision, New York, on senators,

175.
Court of Appeal in Cases of Capture, 349.
Courts. See Judiciary.
Cowles, J. H., Masonic tribute, 616.
Coxe, Tench, on Pennsylvania congressmen,

180-182, 185; on presidential election, 205;
letter to, 295; postoffice, 345; on state-

nation pluralism, 439.
Crawford, Boyd, staff, 588; Mt. Vernon

exercises, 695.
Credit, interstate, of state proceedings, 36,

551.
Creed, J. P., staff, 588.
Creek treaty, 404-406.
Crèvecour, H. St. J. de, on second conven-

tion, 289.
Criminal trials, regulation, 42, 136, 557.

See also Jury.
Cropley, C. E., court clerk, 718.
Cross, W. L., portrait committee, 774.
Cuba, high court, 759.
Curtis, B. R., service, 756.
Cushing, William, associate justice, 365, 367,

368; first term, on it, 370, 371; on circuit,
372; refusal of judicial opinion, 430;

service, 754.
Cusick, C. A., staff, 588.
Custis, Nellie P., portrait, sketch, 790.
Czechoslovakia, high court, 759.
Dalton, Tristram, senator, 164; inauguration,

274; power of removal, 386, 387.
Dana, Francis, candidacy, 164; Confedera-

tion, 539.
Dane, Nathan, candidacy, 164; letters to,

224, 240; amendments, 326.
Daniel, P. V., service, 756.
Daniel, R. W., portrait committee, 774.
Darrow, G. P., Commission, v.

Davie, W. R., amendments, 300; on Anti-

federalist leaders, 470; portrait, sketch,

807, 814.
Davis, David, service, 756.
Dawson, Mrs. Nicholas, portrait, sketch,

806.
Day, W. R., service, 757.
Dayton, Jonathan, Convention, age, 16, 122;

portrait, sketch, 52; candidacy, 178; signs

Constitution, 553.
Dayton, W. H., Confederation, 540.
Dearborn, Henry, marshal, letter to, 366.
Debates, publication of House, 242. See also

Secrecy.
Debts. See Public debt; Stay and tender.
Declaration of Independence, signers, 124,

532; size of original, 124; words, reading
time, 124; history of original, 529, 541;
facsimile, 529, 590, 593, 596; literal text,
530-532; as milestone, 663. See also

Independence; Signers.
Deigendesch, H. F., portrait by, 790.
Delaware, and Confederation, 11; Annapolis

Convention, 15; ratification, 25, 60, 125,
652; elections, 186; electoral vote, 216, 218;
amendments, 318; state-nation pluralism,
438; new constitution, 454, 455; Signers,

532, 540, 553.
Democracy, survival, 629, 631, 644-647, 665,

675. See also Constitutional government.
Denmark, high court, 759.
Dicey, A. V., on Constitution, 38.
Dickinson, John, Convention, signer, 12, 124,

553; portraits, sketches, 55, 776, 779; Con-

federation, 533, 540; view of home, 828.
Dickinson, Mrs. John, portrait, sketch, 780,

781.
Dickinson, Sally N., portrait, sketch, 780.
Dinners, presidential, 405, 417, 418, 422.
Dillon v. Gloss, 62.
Diplomatic offices, Senate and establish-

ment and rank, 394, 398-404; Senate and
removals, 395; intercourse, Moustier inci-

dent, 425.
Direct tax, apportionment, 21, 542, 546.
Disability for rebellion, 560.
Discovery, Cabot's, 5; and claims, 5.
District courts, provision for, 355, 358, 361,

363; first terms, 368, 369.
District of Columbia, establishment, 155,

156; control over, 546.
Division of powers, preservation, 30, 750-

753; Supreme Court and balance, 725, 731,

732.
Domestic affairs, proposed department, 334,

337; under Department of State, 338.
Domestic violence, protection of states, 37,

551.
Dominican Republic, commemorative stamps,

614; high court, 759.
Doorkeepers, congressional, 239.
Douglas, W. 0., portrait, 717; Supreme

Court sesquicentennial, 718; service, 758.
Downey, Mary E., staff, 588.

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Draft, and Thirteenth Amendment, 44.
Duane, James, ratification, 27; elections,

candidacy, 174, 175; Federal Hall, 223,
225; inauguration, 276; district judge, first
terms, 369; presidential dinner, 372; first
circuit court, 372; refusal of nonjudicial
duties, 430; state-nation pluralism 439;
Confederation, 539; portraits, sketches,

782, 784.
Duane, Mrs. James, portrait, sketch, 780.
Due process of law, requirement, 42, 44, 136,

557, 559.
Duer, William, vice presidency, 211; Con-

federation, 539.
Dupont, Mrs. Eugene, portrait committee,

774.
Durand, A. B., portrait by, 786.
Duties, duration of first act, 238; Senate

amendments, 256; proposed amendments
on power, 295; state acts, 446; cessation
of state: in New England, 446, 447; in
middle states, 447; in South, 448, 449;
interregnum, 450; state excise, 450; state
inspection, 450; state tonnage, 450; state
sick seamen levies, 450; on goods from out-
side states, effect, 474-478; Rhode Island,
485, 487, 488; power to levy, 545; restric-

tion on states, 547. See also Tonnage.
Dutton, Joseph, Mt. Vernon exercises, 619.
Duvall, Gabriel, services, 755.
Dwight, Timothy, on election tactics, 166;

letter to, 304.

Elizabethtown, N. J., reception of Washing-

ton, 271.
Ellery, William, Independence, 532; Con-

federation, 539.
Ellsworth, Oliver, in Convention, 17, 123;

senator, service, 170, 236; attends, 229;
enactment style, 249; amendments, 315;
Court of Appeals resolve, 349; judiciary
in Convention, 351, judiciary bill, 353,
354, 357, 358, 362, 481; titles, 375; power
of removal, 387; state-nation pluralism,
439; state instructions, 460; Rhode Island,
494; messenger, 670; judicial service, 754;

portraits, sketches, 799, 812.
Elmer, Jonathan, senator, 177; on New Jer-

sey elections, 178; attends, 200.
Emancipation Proclamation, 44.
Embargo, Rhode Island measure, 485.
Eminent domain, regulation, 42, 136, 557.
England, government, 29, 739, 740, 742.
Engrosser of the Constitution, 123, 761-769.
Enrolment of bills, joint committee, 245.
Equality under law, 44, 559.
Equity, in judiciary bill, 356, 357.
Estonia, high court, 760.
Europe, and American territory, 575–577.
Evarts, W. M., on interstate commerce, 634.
Ex post facto laws, prohibition, 33, 136, 546,

547.
Exchange, New York, Supreme Court, 369;

view, 716.
Excise, state, 450, 458; national, 545.
Executive departments, development of

Cabinet, status, 23, 131, 423-425; estab-
lishment, precedence, 131, 135, 549; and
Congress, 130, 339, 340, 394; under old
government 329-332; in Constitutional
Convention, 332; preliminary House dis-
cussion, 333-335; salaries, 341, 636; ad
interim, 409; information for Washington,
423. See also Attorney general; Postoffice;

State; Treasury; War.
Expenditures, legal appropriation, 547, pub-

lic statements, 547.
Export tax, prohibition, 33, 547.
Extradition, 36, 551.

Ear), James, portrait by, 775.
Earl, Ralph, portraits by, 776, 780, 802.
Earle, G. H., portrait committee, 774.
East Florida, proposed occupation, 575.
Eaton, C. A., Congress sesquicentennial, 656.
Economic conditions, changes since 1789,

112-120.
Ecuador, commemorative stamps, 614; high

court, 759.
Edenton, N. C., shipping, 476.
Edenton State Gazette, on ratification, 480.
Education, development, 113, 115; Constitu-

tion and, 128; Washington on, 570.
Egypt, high court, 759.
Eighteenth Amendment, 45, 561; repeal, 47,

67, 137, 562; date of ratification, 66; as

statute, 137.
Eighth Amendment, 42, 136, 558; date of

ratification, 62.
Election, congressional, to Senate, 45, 543,

561; control over, 174, 295, 312, 544; to

House, 542. See also Election.
Election of President, plans, method, amend-

ment, 23, 43, 46, 132, 547, 548, 558;
changes in electoral votes, maps, 111, 114,

119. See also Presidency.
Elections, problems of first, 157-159; absen-

tee voting, 182; broadsides, 603-611; im-
portance in democracy, 681. See also pre-

ceding titles; states by name.
Eleventh Amendment, 43, 558; date of

ratification, 63; origin, 747.
Eliot, John, letters to, 196, 208.

Faction, Washington's warning, 568.
Falls of the Delaware, capital, 146.
Farewell Address, words, reading time, 124;

history of manuscript, 563; literal text,

563-574.
Faw, Abraham, candidacy, 189.
Federal Hall, reconstruction, 223, 224; cost

payment, 225, 226; later uses, 226; L'En-
fant's pay, 227; description, 228; audience

chamber, 229, 246; view, 658.
Federal system, symmetry, popular power,

47, 48. See also States; Union.
Federalist, 26; on judiciary, 352; on power

of removal, 383.
Federalists, term, 124.
Feke, Robert, portraits by, 804, 808.
Fenner, Arthur, letter to, 498; proclama-

tion, 605.

Fenno, John. See Gazette of the l'nited

States.
Few, William, portraits, sketches, 59, 797,

816; seat of government, 147, senator,
197; attends, 229; judiciary bill, 353;
diplomatic offices, 401; signs Constitution,

553.
Field, Robert, portraits by, 792, 800, 820.
Field, S. J., service, 756.
Fielding, Mantle, portrait committee, 774.
Fifteenth Amendment, 44, 560; date of ratifi-

fication, 65.
Fifth Amendment, 42, 136, 557; date of

ratification, 62.
Finances, state accounts, 409, 473; readjust-
ment of state, 455, 456. See also Debts;
Expenditures; Revenue; Taxation; Treas-

ury.
Findley, Williams, elections, candidacy, 180-

182; broadside, 609.
Fines, excessive, 42, 136, 558.
Finland, high court, 760.
Fireworks, inauguration, 272, 279.
First Amendment, 41, 557; date of ratifica-

tion, 62.
Fishbourn, Benjamin, rejection by Senate,

396; letter to, 397.
Fitzpatrick, J. C., on engrosser of the Con-

stitution, 761.
FitzSimons, Thomas, sketch, 53; elections,

candidacy, 181, 183; representative, 235;
amendments, 306; executive departments,

335, 339; signs Constitution, 553.
Florida, admission, 60; proposed occupation,

575.
Floyd, Catharine, portrait, sketch, 794.
Floyd, William, Independence, 532; por-

traits, sketches, 794, 802.
Floyd, Mrs. William, portrait, sketch, 794.
Fonda, Jellis, elections, 174.
Foreign relations, under Continental Con-

gress, 12, 329; presidential control, 132,
399, 549; bill for department, Depart-
ment of State, 335–338; isolation, 335,
571, 572, 629; ad interim office, 409;
hemispheric basis, Monroe Doctrine, 575–
577; Washington's advice, 570-573; Eu-
ropean-held American territory, 575. See

also Diplomatic offices.
Forrest, Marie M., Staff, 588.
Forrest, Uriah, candidacy, 188.
Fortescue, Sir John, on natural law, 742.
Foster, Abiel, representative, 160, 230.
Foster, Theodore, diplomatic offices, 401;

senator, 498.
Fourteenth Amendment, 44, 136, 559; date

of ratification, 65.
Fourth Amendment, 42, 557; date of ratifi-

cation, 62.
Fourth of July, presidential reception, 418.
Fox, D. R., portrait committee, 774.
France, mission, 400, 401; commemorative

stamp, 614; high court, 760.
Frankfurter, Felix, portrait, 717; Supreme

Court sesquicentennial, 718; service, 758.

Franklin, Benjamin, Albany Plan, 8; Con-

vention, 16, 17, 122, 623; ratification, 25;
portraits, sketches, 52, 791, 802, 808, 810;
vice presidency, 205; on delay of Congress,
231; on amendments, 292; postoffice, 332;
prize cases, 348; on Adams, 378; Inde-
pendence, 529, 532; signs Constitution,

553; study for statue, 810.
Franklin, Deborah, portrait, sketch, 808.
Franklin, Walter, house, 263.
Fraser, Charles, portraits by, 790, 796, 798,

823.
Fraser, J. E., Washington statue, 710, 711.
Freeman, J. E., Mt. Vernon exercises, 619,

621.
Frelinghuysen, J. S., portrait committee, 774.
French and Indian War, political effect, 7.
Froyd, Margaret, staff, 588.
Fugitive slaves, rendition, 551.
Fuller, Abraham, oath, 434.
Fuller, M. W., service, 754.
Gadsden, Christopher, elector, 218.
Gale, E. W., cartoons, 832, 853.
Gale, George, candidacy, 188.
Gallatin, Albert, senatorship, 241; amend-

ments, 281.
Gardoqui, Diego, reception of Washington,

273; inauguration, 276; illumination, 279.
Garfield, H. A., Commission, v.
Garner, J. N., Commission, v; portrait,

sketch, 657; Congress sesquicentennial,

661, 662, 667, 672, 677, 683.
Gazette of the United States, on Treasury

appointments, 345; use of titles, 377; on
power of removal, 391; on social regula-

tions, 412.
George VI of Great Britain, visit, 614, 615.
Georgetown, D. C., reception of Washington,

268.
Georgia, settlement, 6; ratification, 25, 60,

125, 652; elections, 196; electoral vote,
216-218; amendments, 328; South Caro-
lina case, 350; state-nation pluralism,
438; cessation of imposts, 449; tonnage
tax, 450; lighthouse cession, 453; new
constitution, 454; paper money, 457;
militia law, 457; instruction of senators,
460; Signers, 532, 540, 553; and Supreme

Court, 746, 747.
Germans, Pennsylvania election, 184.
Gerry, Elbridge, Convention, 17, 124; ratifi-

cation, 25; candidacy, 165; service, 236;
oath, 249; amendments, 301, 303, 308–310,
312; congressional timidity, 303; standing
army, 310; executive departments, 334,
335; judiciary, 351; power of removal, 383,
385; letter to, 452; Independence, 532;
Confederation, 539; declarings acts void,

746; portrait, sketch, 809, 820.
Gerry, James, portrait, sketch, 804.
Gerry, T. R., portrait, sketch, 804.
Gibbons, Mrs. J. H., portrait committee,

774.
Gibbs, Shirley, staff, 588.

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