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RATIFICATION of first ten amendments of the Constitu-

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of the Constitution, &c.
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SPEAKERS of the House of Representatives United States,

from 4th March, 1789, to 10th August, 1846, shewing the
commencement and termination of their service, and

States represented by them
SPEAKER of the House of Representatives shall aci as
President of the United States in case of vacancy, &c.

Provision that the .
STATE to receive electoral votes in absence of the Presi-

dent of the Senate, and to send a special messenger to
district judge for electoral votes in case of failure to be

received otherwise. The Secretary of
STATE, in case of vacancies in the office of President and

Vice President U. S. Duties of the Secretary of .
STATE. A resignation or refusal to accept of the office of

President or Vice President to be delivered into the othee
of the Secretary of
STATE, regarding the publication of amendments to the

Constitution U. S. Duties of the Secretary of
STATES in providing revenue for the support of the led-

eral Government, as recommended by Congress on 1804
April, 1783 Report of committee shewing the inefficacy

of the acts of the several
STATES, at Annapolis, in 1786, recommending the appoint-

ment of deputies to form the Constitution. Proceedings

of commissioners from several of the
STATES, for the appointment of deputies to contention to

form the Constitution of the Coited States. Arts of the

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several-viz:

Of Virginia, passed 16th October, 1766
Of New Jersey, passed 230 November, 1766
Of Pennsylvania, passed 3011 December, 1706
Of South Carolina, passed 24th February, 1767
Of Delaware, passed 3d February, 1757'.
Of Georgia, passed 24th April, 1767
Of New York, passed 6th March, 1777
Of North Carolina, passed 10th April, 1967,
Of Massachusetts, pasked 9th April, 177
Of Connecticut, passed May, 1767
Of Maryland, passed 26th May, 1767

Of New Hampshire, passed 27th Jusu, ie
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DALLAS, as Vice President U.S. Election of George M.
DALLAS, Vice President, in Senate U. S. Attendance of

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DALLÅS, as Senator U. s. Term of service of George M.
DECLARATION of Independence, by the Representatives

of the United States in Congress assembled, July 4, 1776 DECLARATION of Independence. Resolution of Con

gress for promulgating the DÉCLARATION by the Congress, on 17th June, 1775,

that, for the maintenance and preservation of American liberty, they would maintain, assist, and adhere, to Geo. Washington, as commander-in-chief, with their lives and

fortunes DELAWARE, in 1787, appointing deputies to Convention

to form the Constitution. Act of DEPUTIES to the Convention who signed the Constitu

tion. Names of .. DEPUTIES to Convention to form the Constitution. Acts

of the States for appointment of DISTRICTS for election of Representatives in Congress. Provision for dividing the States into

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ELECTIONS under, and by virtue of, the Constitution,

(analytical index) ELECTION of a President and Vice President of the U.

S., &c., approved 1st March, 1792. An act relative to the ELECTION of Electors of a President and Vice President,

in case of vacancies in those offices by casualty, &c. Pro

vision for the ELECTIONS for Electors of President and Vice President

in all the States. An act to establish a uniform time for
holding
ELECTORAL votes for President and Vice President, u.
S., viz:
First term, George Washington and John Adams, com-

mencing 4th March, 1780
Second term, George Washington and John Adams,

cominencing 4th March, 1793
Third term, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, com-

commencing 4th March, 1797 .
Fourth term, Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr, elect-

ed by the House of Representatives, commencing
4th March, 1801

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ELECTORAL votes for Presinent and Vice President U.
S., viz:
Fifth term, Thomas Jefferson and George Clinton, com-

mencing 4th March, 1805
Sixth term, James Madison and George Clinton, com-

mencing 4th March, 1803
Seventh term, James Madison and Elbridge Gerry,

commencing 4th March, 1813
Eighth term, James Monroe and Daniel D. Tompkins,

commencing 4th March, 1817
Ninth term, James Monroe and Daniel D. Tompkins,

commencing 4th March, 1821
Tenth term, John Quincy Adams and John C. Cal-

houn, elected by the House of Representatives, com-
mencing 4th March, 1825
Eleventh term, Andrew Jackson and John C. Calhoun,

commencing 4th March, 1829
Twelfth term, Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren,

commencing 4th March, 1833 .
Thirteenth term, Martin Van Buren and R. M. John-

son, commencing 4th March, 1837
Fourteenth term, Wm. H. Harrison and John Tyler,

commencing 4th March, 1841 .
Fifteenth term, James K. Polk and George M. Dallas,

commencing 4th March, 1845 .
ELECTORAL votes for President and Vice President U.

S. Provisions of the Constitution regarding the
ELECTORAL votes for President and Vice President U.

S. Regulations, by law, for the giving, making. lists of,
transmitting to the seat of Government, opening, and
counting the
ELECTORAL votes, 1792. Compensation to, and penal-

ties of, persons appointed to deliver the
ELECTORAL votes, 1825. Compensation of persons ap-

pointed to deliver the
ELECTORS of President and Vice President U. s. Enact-

ments of law for the government of the
ELECTORS of President and Vice President in all the

States. An act to establish a uniform time for holding
ELECTORS. Each State may, by law, provide for filing

vacancies in the college of
ELECTORS of President and Vice President, equal to the

number of Senators and Representatives in Congress from
such State. Each State shall appoint a number of

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