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President's Positions on 7th Senate Roll Call Votes


Vote#Description (Highlights are coding aids) asc / dscBill/ResPres "Vote"Pres NotesSenators 
s7v2TO AGREE TO THE FIRST PART OF THE REPORT AS AMENDED, CONCERNING THE CONVENTION BETWEEN THE U.S. AND THE FRENCH REPUBLIC.SRE1Yea vote
request 70013
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s7v3TO AGREE TO THE SECOND PART OF A REPORT, AS AMENDED, CONCERNING THE CONVENTION BETWEEN THE U.S. AND THE FRENCH REPUBLIC.SRE1Yea vote
request 70013
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s7v7TO PASS THE H.R. BILL (APP. 1-14-1802, 2 STAT. 128), FIXING THE RATIO OF REPRESENTATION IN THE HOUSE AT ONE MEMBER FOR EVERY 33,000 PERSONS IN EACH STATE.HR1Yea vote
Signed Jan. 14, 1802
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s7v8TO AMEND THE RESOLUTION REGARDING REPEAL OF AN ACT OF CONGRESS OF 2-13-01, ENTITLED: ''AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE MORE CONVENIENT ORGANIZATION OF THE COURT OF THE UNITED STATES'', SAID AMENDMENT TO STRIKE OUT THE WORD 'REPEALED'', AND TO INSERT SRE6Nay vote
request 70010
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s7v9TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION THAT THE ACT OF CONGRESS (APP. 2-13-01), ENTITLED ''AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE MORE CONVENIENT ORGANIZATION OF THE COURTS OF THE UNITED STATES,'' OUGHT TO BE REPEALED.SRE1Yea vote
request 70010
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s7v12TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF JAMES LYNN OF N.J. AS SUPERVISOR FOR THE DISTRICT OF N.J.SRE1Yea vote
Nominee
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s7v17TO PASS THE FEDERAL JUDICIARY SYSTEM BILL.S1Yea vote
request 70010
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s7v22TO PASS, AS AMENDED, THE BILL (APP. 3-16-02, 2 STAT. L. 132) FIXING THE MILITARY PEACE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE U.S.HR1Yea vote
Signed March 16, 1802
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s7v24TO AMEND THE BILL (APP. 3-30-02, 2 STAT. L. 139), TO REGULATE TRADE AND INTERCOURSE WITH THE INDIAN TRIBES AND TO PRESERVE PEACE ON THE FRONTIERS, BY INSERTING IN THE 16TH SECTION THE WORDS: ''UNLESS UPON SPECIAL CAUSE TO BE CERTIFIED BY THE COHR1Yea vote
request 70016
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s7v28TO PASS THE INTERNAL TAXES, BILL.HR1Yea vote
request 70001
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s7v29TO PASS THE H.R. BILL (APP. 4-14-02, 2 STAT. L. 155), TO REVISE AND AMEND THE NATURALIZATION LAW, AS AMENDED.HR1Yea vote
request 70012
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s7v33TO PASS THE BILL (APP. 4-29-05, 2 STAT. L. 156), PROVIDING FOR THE MORE CONVENIENT ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED STATES COURTS.S1Yea vote
Signed April 29, 1802
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s7v34TO PASS THE HOUSE BILL (APP. 4-14-02, 2 STAT. 6. 152), REVIVING AND CONTINUING IN FORCE AN ACT TO AUGMENT THE SALARIES OF OFFICERS THEREIN MENTIONED.HR1Yea vote
Signed April 14, 1802
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s7v35TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF CONELIUS LYMAN AS A CAPTAIN OF INFANTRY.SRE1Yea vote
Nominee
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s7v43TO PASS THE REDEMPTION OF THE PUBLIC DEBT BILL.HR1Yea vote
request 70002
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s7v44TO AGREE TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION BETWEEN THE U.S. AND GREAT BRITAIN.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty, req 70022
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s7v52TO PASS THE NORTHWESTERN TERRITORY BILL AS AMENDED.HR1Yea vote
Signed April 30, 1802
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s7v54TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION THAT THE SENATE ADVISE AND CONSENT THAT THE PRESIDENT DO RATIFY THE TREATY OF RECIPROCAL ADVANTAGE AND MUTUAL CONVENIENCE BETWEEN THE U.S. AND THE CHICKASAW NATION OF INDIANS.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty, req 70014
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s7v55TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION THAT THE SENATE ADVISE AND CONSENT TO HAVE THE PRESIDENT RATIFY THE TREATY OF FRIENDSHIP, LIMITS AND ACCOMODATIONS, BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE CHOCTAW NATION OF INDIANS.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty, req 70021
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s7v57TO PASS HOUSE BILL (APP. 5-1-02, 2 STAT. L. 178), MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE NAVY FOR 1802.HR1Yea vote
request 70003
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s7v59TO PASS THE HOUSE BILL (APP. 5-3-02, 2 STAT. L. 195), TO INCORPORATE THE INHABITANTS OF THE CITY OF WASHINGTON IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.HR1Yea vote
Signed May 3, 1802
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s7v60TO PASS THE HOUSE BILL (APP. 5-3-02, 2 STAT. L. 192), FOR THE RELIEF OF SICK AND DISABLED SEAMEN.HR1Yea vote
Signed May 3, 1802
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s7v62TO CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF TREATY MADE AT ALBANY, N.Y., AUG. 20, 1802, BETWEEN THE STATE OF N.Y., AND THE SENECA TRIBE OF INDIANS.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty, req 70028
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s7v63TO CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY, MADE UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE U.S., BETWEEN THE STATE OF N.Y., AND THE ONEIDA NATION OF INDIANS ON 6-4-02.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty, req 70027
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s7v64TO CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY OF LIMITS BETWEEN THE U.S. AND THE CREEK NATION OF INDIANS, MADE ON 6-16-02.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty, req 70026
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s7v67TO CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY MADE UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE U.S., BETWEEN THE SENECA NATION OF INDIANS AND WILHEM WILLINK AND OTHERS, OF THE REPUBLIC OF BATAWIA, DATED JUNE 30, 1802.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty, req 70029, 70031
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s7v68TO CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION BETWEEN THE U.S. AND THE CHOCTAW NATION OF INDIANS, MADE ON OCT. 17, 1802.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty
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s7v69TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF JAMES MONROE TO BE MINISTER EXTRAORDINARY AND PLENIPOTENTIARY, TO ENTER INTO TREATY ON CONVENTION WITH THE FIRST CONSUL OF FRANCE, FOR ENLARGING AND MORE EFFECTUALLY SECURING OUR RIGHTS AND INTERESTS IN THE MISSSRE1Yea vote
Nominee
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s7v70TO CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND SPAIN.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty, req 70032
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s7v71TO CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE SENECA INDIANS AND OLIVER PHELPS AND OTHERS, MADE ON 6-30-02.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty, req 70030
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s7v74TO PASS THE BILL PROVIDING FOR EXPENSES ATTENDING THE INTERCOURSE BETWEEN THE U.S. AND FOREIGN NATIONS.S1Yea vote
Signed Feb. 28, 1803
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s7v81TO CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE TUSCARORA NATION OF INDIANS, MADE ON DEC. 4, 1802.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty, req 70037
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s7v84TO PASS THE BILL (APP. 3-3-03, 2 STAT. L. 215), TO PROVIDE MORE EFFECTUALLY FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF THE MILITIA OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.S1Yea vote
Signed March 3, 1803
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s7v85TO CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION BETWEEN THE U.S. AND SPAIN CONCLUDED AT MADRID ON AUG. 11, 1802.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty, req 70032
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