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June 5, 1794 No Available Image Henry Knox United States Senate No image available.
November 22, 1794 Statement by the U.S. Senate United States Senate George Washington Statement from the Senate to the Executive branch, regarding the Whiskey Rebellion. Applaud the "lenient and persuasive measures" enacted by Washington, along with the "enlightened patriotism and animating zeal" of the citizens who resisted the rebellion, "in opposition to anarchy and insurrection."
November 22, 1794 President Washington to U.S. Senate George Washington United States Senate President Washington responds to the statement by the U.S. Senate. Reiterates that, in response to the Whiskey Rebellion, he was compelled "to lay aside my repugnance to resort to arms," and was pleased by the "patriotism" of the citizens who resisted the insurrection.
December 12, 1795 [Report on measures taken for opening trade with the Indians] Timothy Pickering United States Senate Enclosure to Vice President's office. Discussed opening trade with Indians to provide them with cheap provisions. Methods of supplying provisions to Indians detailed, money owed Indian tribes.
December 12, 1795 Peace and Trade Routes United States Senate George Washington Satisfied to hear that the war with Indians tribes is coming to a close, and treaties with Algiers and Spain concluded with more secure trade routes. Assurances Congress will assist in every way to foster peace.
December 12, 1795 Presidential Response to Congressional Address George Washington United States Senate Presidential response to address by Congress regarding peace with Indians and treaties with Spain and Algiers. Noted God was to thank for all the happiness enjoyed in America.
December 12, 1796 Service to U.S. George Washington United States Senate Glad that the Senate concurs with Washington's views on the developments of the U.S. and the progress of the nation. Thanks the government for allowing him to serve. Peaceful transfer of power.
March 2, 1797 Nomination of Isaac Smith to Commissioner of Treaty with Seneca Nation George Washington United States Senate Washington nominated Isaac Smith to be a commissioner for the negotiation of a treaty between the Seneca Nation of Indians, Massachusetts, and New York.
November 28, 1797 Response to Senate Address 11/23/1798 John Adams United States Senate Adams thanks the Senate for their response, and reemphasized the importance of maritime military to a mercantile marine commerce.
November 28, 1797 Response to Address to Congress by President Delivered 11/23/1798 United States Senate John Adams Senate agreed with President Adams request for peace and treaty with France and Spain, new trade agreements with Britain, and agreed commerce was essential for the growth of the nation.
January 8, 1798 Nominations for Comissioners John Adams United States Senate Notification treaty between the Cherokee Nation and the U.S. to settle land disputes. Nomination of Fisher Ames, of Dedham, Bushrod Washington, of Richmond, Alfred Moore, of North Carolina to serve as commissioners.
May 3, 1798 New York State Legislature Approved Purchase of Land from Oneidas John Adams United States Senate Adams relayed information from John Jay, Gov. of New York, to Senate - State Legislature approved purchase of land from Oneida Indian Nation, Adams nominated Joseph Hopkinson to be commissioner of the treaty.
December 10, 1799 United States Senate to John Adams United States Senate John Adams no image
December 10, 1799 John Adams to United States Senate John Adams United States Senate No image.
November 26, 1800 Hope that New Seat of Government is Sound John Adams United States Senate Acknowledged G. Washington's memory, hoped that new seat of government will be sound and that Congress will be productive under Divine guidance.
June 4, 1795 Ninety-Five Cents Due from the Paymaster James Stewart United States Senate Stewart, McKown, and Burns have submitted to Cornet James Bale their request for ninety-five cents each full balance due them from the Paymaster to the Cavalry.
March 14, 1794 Petition of Robert Connelly Henry Knox United States Senate Knox addresses the Unitedhis service during the American Revolutionary War in which he claims that a cold which he contracted in 1775 resulted in blindness and poverty twelve years later.
May 1, 1792 Petition of Samuel B. Turner Henry Knox United States Senate In considering the petition of Samuel B. Turner, Knox wrestles with the question as to whether a prisoner of the Indians should receive full pay and emoluments while in captivity and also be rembursed the amount of his ransom. While refusing to establish a general precedent for such cases, he concludes that the $42 requested by Turner is not unreasonable.
1788 Certificate of Valor Delegates of United States Joseph Cone Official appointment of officer. Noted valor and loyalty.
December 19, 1792 Letter from General Wilkinson, et al Henry Knox President of the Senate of the United States The President has asked Knox to submit to the Senate the extract of a letter from General Wilkinson with an enclosure from Major Adair, a copy of a letter from John Belli, and a copy of a letter from James Seagrove relative to the Creek Indians.