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Verses, on new government, 220; lampoon

on titles, 381; on completion of Union,

496, 498.
Veto, Virginia Plan, 19; presidential, 31, 34,

130, 545.
Vice presidency, status, 33; succession to

presidency, 46, 137, 548, 561; possible
candidates, 205–207; Hancock or Adams,
207–211; Washington and Adams, 211,
212; Adams' attitude, 212; expected status,
213; and President before Senate, 214,
398, 399; reducing vote for Adams, 214-
216; signing bills, 250; notification, 258,
671; Adams' journey, map, 264–266, 269;
residence, 266; taking the chair, address,
266, 671, 672; and debate, 266; salary,
379; presidential messengers, 392, 393;
society, 411; duties, 543; impeachment,
550; qualifications, 559. See also Adams,

John.
Vining, John, age, 236; salaries, 252, 253;

amendments, 301, 308, 315; executive
departments, 334, 335, 337; power of

removal, 385; Senate secrecy, 395.
Vining, Mary, portrait, sketch, 827.
Virgin Islands, annexation, 61.
Virginia, charters, 5; commercial agreement,

14; Annapolis Convention, 15; ratification,
26, 40, 60, 125, 143; Henry's control, 190;
election acts, 191; senatorial elections,
192, 193; electors, 193; representatives,
193–195; electoral vote, 216, 218; Senate
secret sessions and assumption, instruc-
tions and protest, 241, 459-461; second
convention, 282–285; ratification of
amendments, 319–324; oath, 433–435;
state-nation pluralism, 436, 437; cessation
of imposts, 448, 449; inspection duties,
450; cessation of admiralty court, 450;
lighthouse cession, 451; state troops, 457;
Independence, 529; Signers, 532, 540, 553;

broadsides, 610.
Virginia Plan, 19.

Warren, Mercy (Otis), letter to, 213; on

official society, 410.
Washington, Bushrod, service, 755.
Washington, George, on weakness of Con-

tinental Congress, 9, 11, 14; and success of
Revolution, 11; Potomac River improve-
ment, 14; Convention, 16, 18, 122; ratifica-
tion, 25, 352; portraits, sketches, ii, 49,
783, 784, 790, 802, 812, 825, 827; and
Declaration of Independence, 124; Fare-
well Address, text, 124, 563; ratification
celebration, 143; West, 147; temporary
capital, 149–151, 155; letters to, 151, 153,
171, 179, 202, 203, 206–208, 280, 282, 290,
320, 321, 323, 344, 379, 390, 402, 429, 478,
491, 493; permanent capital, 155, 156; on
Henry, 190, 192; demand for acceptance of
presidency, 199–201; reluctance, depreca-
tion, 201, 203-205, 264, 696, 697; pres-
sure of his correspondents, 202, 203;
expectancy of acceptance, 205; and vice
presidency, 211, 212; on delav of Congress,
231; on Senate secret sessions, 241; on
congressional salaries, 254; election noti-
fication, reply, 258, 267, 671, 693, 694;
preparations for departures, 259; clothes,
260, 261; on Quakers and illumination,
261; proposed temporary lodgings, 262,
263; Adamson, 266; amendments, 290;
executive appointments, 342–346; judicial
appointments, 343, 364-368; wartime
prize cases, 347; on admiralty seal, 349;
entertains justices, 372; on titles contro-
versy, 379; power of removal, 391; on
Senate and diplomatic offices, 402; strain,
relaxation, 422; on social attitude, 422;
tours, 422; North Carolina, 471, 478, 479;
Rhode Island, 491, 493; on completion of
Union, 498; signs Constitution, 553; reso-
lution and letter of Convention, 554, 555;
commemoration at tomb, 618-621; admo-
nitions, 620, 626; character, 710, 712;
statue, 711; object, 800. See also Inaugu-
ration; Journeys; Mount Vernon; Presi-

dency.
Washington, Martha, journey, 411; recep-

tions, 417, 422.
Washington, admission, 60.
Washington, D. C., capital, preparation,

126, 155, 156; broadside, 612.
Washington Herald, cartoon, 851.
Washington Evening Star, cartoon, opp. 831.
Watson, E. M., Mount Vernon exercises,

695.
Watts, Robert, Federal Hall, 225.
Wayne, Anthony, candidacy, 197.
Wayne, J. M., service, 755.
Webb, F. P., impersonation, 713.
Webster, Ebenezer, elections, 159.
Webster, Daniel, and Constitution, 128;

cornerstone address, 666; on justice, 723.
Webster, Noah, pamphlet, 14.
Webster, Pelatiah, pamphlet, 14.
Weights and measures, regulation, 545.
Weiss, J., view by, 814.
Wentworth, John, jr., confederation, 539.
Wertmüller, A. U., portraits by, 784.

Wadsworth, James, Antifederalist, 285;

oath, 434.
Wadsworth, Jeremiah, Connecticut elections,

170, 215; letters to, 214, 470; gathering of
Congress, 230; cloth for Washington, 260;
second convention, 285; executive depart-

ments, 335.
Waggaman, T. E., court marshal, 718.
Wait, T. B., on sectionalism, 235; on salaries,

256; on titles, 379.
Waite, M. R., service, 754.
Waller, S. G., Mount Vernon exercises, 619,

621.
Walton, George, judicial candidacy, letter to,

365; Independence, 532; views of home,

828.
Walton, John, Confederation, 540.
War Department, under old government,

331; bill, 338, 339; appointment of Knox,

344; ad interim condition, 409.
War powers, congressional, extent, 32, 546;

presidential, 34, 519; proposed amend-
ments, 295; states, 547.

VERSES-YUGOSLAVIA

885

West, Benjamin, New Hampshire candidacy,

160.
West, Benjamin, debt of American art, 772;

portrait by, 804.
West, H. L., staff, 588.
West, and seat of government, 150.
West Virginia, admission, 60.
Western claims, and Confederation, 11; Con-

stitution on, 551.
Whalen, G. A., World's Fair address, 706.
Whipple, William, Independence, 532; por-

trait, sketch, 826.
Whiskey Insurrection, influence of suppres-

sion, 426.
White, Alexander, on salaries, 256.
White, E. D., service, 754, 757.
White, Mrs. Miles, portrait committee, 774.
Whitehill, Robert, amendments, 281.
Whitelaw, R. N. S., portrait committee, 774.
William and Mary College, congressmen,

236.
Williams, C. R., acknowledgment to, 142;

staff, 588; broadsides, 601.
Williams, John, Confederation, 540.
Williams, William, Independence, 532.
Williamson, Hugh, portrait, sketch, 57; cap-

ital, 149; on beginning of new government,
223; on sectional control, 232; on Anti-
federalist leaders, 470; accounts commis-
sioner, 473; representative, 481; signs

Constitution, 553.
Wilmington, Del., reception of Washington,

270.
Wilmington, N. C., trade, 476.
Wilson, James, Convention, 17, 123, 351;

ratification, 25; portraits, sketches, 49,
54, 798, 815; elections, 183; bill of rights,
293; judiciary bill, 355; appointment as
justice, 365, 367, 368; first term, 370;
letter to, 372; on circuit, 372; refusal of
judicial opinion, 429; North Carolina
certiorari incident, 463; Independence,

532; signs Constitution, 533; service, 754.
Wilson, Woodrow, addresses before Con-

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Wingate, Paine, candidacy for House, 160;

senator, 160; attends, 229; harmony, 233;
service, 236; secret sessions, 241; inter-
house relations, 257; notification of Wash-
ington, 258; amendments, 297; letter to,
300; Hillegas, 330; judiciary bill, 353, 354,
359; Jay, 367; power of removal, 387;

Morris, 401.
Wisconsin, admission, 60.
Wise, H. A., disunion, 749.
Witherspoon, John, candidacy, 178; Inde-

pendence, 532; Confederation 539; por-

trait, sketch, 826.
Wolcott, Erastus, elector, 171.
Wolcott, Oliver, sr., elections, 171; Inde-

pendence, 532.
Wolcott, Oliver, jr., portrait, sketch, 814.
Wolfborough, N. H., election, 603.
Wollaston, John, portraits by, 775, 784,

821-823.
Women, suffrage, 45, 561; Congress, 45.
Woodbury, Levi, service, 756.
Woods, W. B., service, 756.
Worcester, v. Georgia, 746.
World peace, sought, 703, 709.
Wortman, Denys, impersonation, 712, 713.
Wright, Joseph, portrait by, 808.
Writs, style, 297, 363, 364, 370, 371.
Writs of assistance, 42.
Wylie, Craig, portrait committee, 774.
Wyllys, George, autograph, 169.
Wynkoop, Henry, candidacy, 183.
Wyoming, admission, 60.
Wyoming Valley, case, 350.
Wythe, George, Convention, 17; Court of

Appeals, 349; and justiceship, 367; Inde-

pendence, 532; portrait, sketch, 817, 827.
Yale College, congressmen,

236.
Yale Todd Case, 430.
Yates, Robert, records of Convention, 19;

candidacy, 176; second convention, 288.
Yea and nay vote, 544.
York, Pa., capital, 126.
Yugoslavia, high court, 761.

gress, 408.

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