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1789 1811 Statutes at Large 401-600

1789 1811 Statutes at Large 401-600

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Citation: 1 Stat. 401 1789-1799Content downloaded/printed fromHeinOnline (http://heinonline.org)Tue Jul 6 15:36:50 2010-- Your use of this HeinOnline PDF indicates your acceptanceof HeinOnline's Terms and Conditions of the licenseagreement available at http://heinonline.org/HOL/License-- The search text of this PDF is generated fromuncorrected OCR text.
 
THIRD
CONGRESS.
SEss.
I.
RES,
4,
5,
6.
L794.
401
armed
vessels,
possessingpubliccommissions
from
any
foreign
power,gect
to
the
em-
(letters
of
marqueexcepted)are
to
be
considered
as
not
liable
to
the
embargo.
APPROVED,
April2,
1794.
April
18,1794.
IV.
RESOLVED
by
the
Senate
and
House
of
Representatives
of
the
[Obsolete.]
United
States
of
America
in
Congress
assembled,
That
the
present
em-
Embargocon.
bargo
be
continued,
and
every
regulation
concerning
the
sameshall
be
tinued.
in
full
forceuntil
the
twenty-fifth
day
of
May
next.
APPROVED,
April
18,
1794.
May
7,
1794.
V.
RESOLVED
by
theSenate
and
House
of
Representatives
of
the
[Obsolete.]
United
States
of
Americain
Congress
assembled,
That
the
President
of
Clearances
for
theUnited
States
be
authorized
to
direct
clearances
to
begranted
to
any
vessels
bound
ship
orvessels
belongingtocitizens
ofthe
United
States,
whichare
beyond
the
Cape
of
Good
Hope
now
loaded,
bound
fromany
port
in
the United
States,
for
any
port
to
be
granted
beyond
the
Cape
of
Good
Hope;
any
thing
in
theresolution
fbr
laying
duringthe
em.
theembargo,
to
thecontrary
notwithstanding:
Provided,
That
before
bargo.
the
collector
of
either
of
the
districts
of
theUnited
States
shall
grantclearances,
orany
such
vesselshall
sail,
the
owners
thereof
shall
give
sufficient
securitytothesatisfaction
of
such
collector,
that
she
shall
not
unlade
her
cargo,
or
any
partthereof,
at
any
port
or place,previous
to
her
arrival
at
the
Capeof
Good
Hope.
APPROVED,
May
7,
1794.
Junep,
1794.
V1.
REsoLvzD
by
the
Senate
and
House
of
Representatives
of
the
[obsolete.]
United
States
of
America
in
Congress
assembled,
That
the
Secretary
for
Relating
to in.
the
department
of
War
be,
andbe
is
hereby
directed
to
makeoutanexact
valid
pension.
list,
of
thenames
of
each
person,
returned
to him
as
invalid
pensioners,
er'.
by
the
judges
of
the
circuit
courts
of
the
United
States,
(signingthem-
selves
as
commissioners,)
under
the
act
of
Congress,
passed
the
twenty-
third
of
March,one
thousand
seven
hundred
and
ninety-two,
intituled
"An
act
to
provide
for
the
settlement
of
claims
of
widowsand
orphans,
1792,
ch.
11.
barred
by
thelimitations
heretofore
established,and
toregulatethe
claimsto invalidpensions,"
and
returntothejudge
o(
each
district,
one
copy
of
such
list,
stating
particularly
thedistrict
from
whicheachperson
was
returned,
and
that
all
are
by
Congressdirected
not to
be
entered
onthe
pensionlist.
And
the
said
secretary
is
further
directed
to
return
toeach
districtjudge,
a
list
of
the
names
of
all
suchpersons,
as
have
been
returned
as
invalid
pensioners
by
the district
judges,
under
theact
of
Congress,
passedthe
twenty-eighth
of
February,
one
thousand
seven
hundred
and
ninety-three,
intituled
"An
act
toregulate
claims
to
1793,
ch.
17.
invalid
pensions;"
distinguishing
those
whohavebeenplaced
on
thepension
list;
and
those
whohave
not
beenplacedon
the
same,
by
rea-
son
of
their
testimonybeingincomplete,
stating,
particularly,
thfe
legal
requisite
or
requisites,
wanting
in the
evidence
of
each;
andnaming
such
of
them,
whoseevidence
of
leaving
serviceis
not
lodged
in
his
office.
And
the
judges
of
theseveral
district
courts,
uponreceipt
of
the
above
described
lists and
statements,
from
the
Secretary
for
the
depart-
1794,
cn.
67.
ment
of
War,
arehereby
directed
forthwithtopublish
the
same,in one
or
more
ofthe
newspapers
published
intheir
respective
districts,addingtosuchpublication,the time
when
the
actregulating
the
claims
to
invalidpensionsexpires.
APPROVED,
June
9,
1794.
VOL.
I.--51
2
L 2
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THIRD
CONGRESS.
Sess.
I.
REs.
7, 8.
1794.
June
9,
1794.
Conie
of'
the
Table
ofFees
in
the
State
Courtsto
he
sent
to
the
Attorney
Gen-
eral.
1794.
Amendment
of
the
Constitu-
tion
to
prevent
suits
against
states.
VII.
RESOLVED
by the
Senate
and
House
of
Representatives
of
the
United
States
of
America
in
Congress
assembled,
That
it
shall
be
theduty
of
therespective
clerks
of
the
several
districtcourts
in
the
United-States,
to
returntrue
copies
of
the tables
of
fees
payable
in
the
supremeor
superiorcourts
of
th
state inwhichsuch
clerkresides,
to
theAttor-
neyGeneral
of
the
UnitedStates,on
or beforethe
fifth
day
of
Decembernext.
APPROVED,
June
9,.1794.
VIII.
RESOLVED
by
the
Senate
and
House
of
Representatives
of
the
United
States
of
America
inCongress
assembled,
two-thirds
of
both
Houses
concurring,
That
the
following
article
be
proposed
to
the
legis,
latures
of
the
several
states,
as
an
amendment
to
the constitution
of
the
United
States;
which
when
ratified
by
three-fourths
of
the
said
legisla-tures
shallbe
valid
as
part
of
the
said
constitution,
viz:
The
judicial
power
of
the
UnitedStates
shall
not
be
construed
to
extend
to any
suit.
inlaw
orequity,
commenced
or
prosecuted
against
one
of
the United.States
by
citizensof
another
state or
by
citizens
or
subjects
of
any foreign
state.
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