Johnson, William Samuel, 1727-1819
Johnson, William Samuel
VIAF ID: 72238815
- William Samuel Johnson papers
- The grand committee, consisting of Mr. Livermore, Mr. Dane, Mr. Manning, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Smith, Mr. Symmes, Mr. Pettit, Mr. Henry, Mr. Lee, Mr. Bloodworth, Mr. Pinckney and Mr. Houstoun, appointed to report such amendments to the Confederation, and such resolutions as it may be necessary to recommend to the several states, for the purpose of obtaining from them such powers as will render the federal government adequate to the ends for which it was instituted, beg leave to submit the following report to the consideration of Congress ...
- The committee to whom were referred the petition of het [sic] inhabitants of the Kaskaskies and its vicinity, and the papers relative thereto, report ...
- The committee of qualifications report, that the confederation was ratified in March, 1781 : that by a law of the state of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, delegates are to be annually elected on the first Wednesday in May : that Mr. Ellery was elected in May, 1781 ... that Mr. Howell was elected in May, 1781 ...
- The committee consisting of [blank] to whom was referred the motion of Mr. Monroe, submit the following report : That the first paragraph of the ninth of the Articles of Confederation be altered, so as to read thus, viz. ... That the following letter be addressed to the legislatures of the several states, showing the principles on which the above alteration is proposed. ...
- The committee consisting of Mr. Williamson, Mr. Stewart and Mr. Hardy, to whom were referred a letter from the supreme executive of the state of Pennsylvania, dated 20th December, a letter dated 24th January, from William Denning, Esquire, auditor of accounts, and sundry other letters and papers, beg leave to report ...
- The committee consisting of Mr. Pinckney, Mr. R.R. Livingston, Mr. King, Mr. Monroe and Mr. Johnson, to whom were referred a letter of the [blank] of December, from the Honorable Cyrus Griffin and John Lowell, Esquires, judges of the Court of Appeals, and a motion of Mr. Howell's ...
- The committee consisting of Mr. Johnson, Mr. Pinckney, and Mr. Pettit, to whom was referred a motion of Mr. Pinckney, report : that, in examining the several provisions which have been intended by Congress for the security and payment of the domestic debt, they find, that such has been the inattention of the several states to the annual requisitions of Congress ...
- The Superior court diary of William Samuel Johnson, 1772-1773
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