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OF THE SECOND VOLUME.
relative to disturbances in the Western Territory.
THURSDAY, March 29th
Ordinance for settlement of public accounts-Complaints from Illi-
nois-Seizure of Spanish property by General Clark—Unsettled
state of the Western Territory-Navigation of the Mississippi-
Conference of Virginia Delegates with Mr. Gardoqui.
FRIDAY, March 30th
Mr. Jay's report on the admission of Mr. Bond as British Consul-
Subject postponed-Representations of North Carolina relative to
discontents in the Western Territory-Navigation of the Missis-
sippi-Negotiation between Mr. Jay and Mr. Gardoqui.
MONDAY, April 2d
Resolution to lay the negotiation between Mr. Jay and Mr. Gar-
doqui before Congress.
TUESDAY, April 10th
Future seat of Congress.
WEDNESDAY, April 11th
Future seat of Congress.
WEDNESDAY, April 18th
Negotiation between Mr. Jay and Mr. Gardoqui-Motion to send
Mr. Jefferson to Madrid-Referred to the Secretary for Foreign
THURSDAY, April 19th
Representations of Virginia relative to the navigation of the Mis-
MONDAY, April 230
Mr. Jay's report against sending Mr. Jefferson to Madrid.
WEDNESDAY, April 25th
Motion that a vote of nine States is requisite to authorize suspen-
sion of the use of the Mississippi, not decided by Congress.
CORRESPONDENCE DURING AND SUBSEQUENT
and Mr. Gardoqui.
To THOMAS JEFFERSON. New York, March 19,
Mr. Jay's report relative to the effect of the British treaty of
- Navigation of the Mississippi-Opinions of several States in re-
gard to it-Disturbances in the Western Territory on account of it
-Views of French about it-Dutch Minister complains of prefer-
ences in the treaty with France Insurrection in Massachusetts
Vermont-Survey of public lands—Paper money in Virginia.
To EDMUND RANDOLPH. New York, March 25,
Mr. Henry-Navigation of the Mississippi-Views of France about
It-Time of meeting of the Federal Convention-Resolutions of
Congress on the effect of treaties on the States.
General Washington as President of the Federal Convention-Doc-
tor Franklin also a Delegate-Claims of British creditors under the
treaty of peace-Approaching meeting of the Federal Convention
-Debates relative to the future seat of Congress--Number of
States required to authorize a suspension of the use of Mississippi.
To EDMUND RANDOLPH. New York, April 22,
Sale of public lands-Land jobbers—Copper coinage-Opinions in
Massachusetts and Connecticut relative to the Federal Convention,
To THOMAS JEFFERSON. New York, April 23,
Resolutions of Congress on the effect of treaties on the States-
ceedings of States relative to Federal Convention.
TO GENERAL WASHINGTON. New York, Sep-
tember 30, 1787
Debates in Congress on Federal Constitution—Proposal to amend
it there—Transmitted to the States—Opinions on it.
To EDMUND RANDOLPH. New York, October 7,
Requisitions on the States-Western Territory-Indians-Opin-
Opinions on Federal Constitution in different States.
Proposal of amendments by Congress—R. H. Lee—Dana—Mason-
-Sales of public lands.
Prospects for establishment of Federal Constitution—Mr. Charles
Pinckney--Navigation of Potomac.
Dissensions in Holland--Commencement of the Federalist-Pro-
ceedings of States on Federal Constitution.
Tobacco contract with France-Proceedings of States on Federal
state of the Treasury—Indians—British ports.
Mr. R. H. Lee's views on Federal Constitution-Mr. Mason's