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The US Congress represents the legislative branch of the federal government. Congress is comprised of two chambers: the House of Representatives and the Senate. Both the House and the Senate have a set number of members, all of whom are elected...
Salem Press Encyclopedia, 2019. 2p.
4. By His Excellency Elias Boudinot, Esquire, president of the United States in Congress assembled. A proclamation ... I do ... summon the honourable the delegates composing the Congress of the United States ... to meet in Congress on Thursday the twenty-sixth day of June instant, at Princeton ... in order that further and more effectual measures may be taken for suppressing the present revolt ... Given under my hand and seal at Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, this twenty-fourth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-three 
5. Congress of the United States, in Senate, April 11th, 1798 The committee to whom was referred the bill, entitled 'An act making an appropriation for completing the buildings requisite for the accommodation of the government of the United States at the city of Washington,' have agreed to report the same with an amendment 
7. United States in Congress assembled. February 15, 1786 The committee, consisting of Mr. King, Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Kean, Mr. Monroe, and Mr. Pettit, to whom were referred several reports and documents concerning the system of general revenue, recommended by Congress on the 18th of April, 1783,---report,-- 
8. By the United States in Congress assembled. May 3, 1787 On a report of the Board of Treasury ... resolved, that all monies accruing from the requisition of the 21st of October last, or advanced by any of the states, for the recruiting, subsisting, or cloathing of the troops directed to be raised by the resolves of Congress of the 20th of October last, be credited to such states 
9. By the United States in Congress assembled. August 17, 1785 On the report of a committee, to whom was referred a motion of Mr. Pinckney ... Resolved, that the secretary of Congress shall once in in [sic] every month, transmit to the legislatures of the respective states, a list of the states represented, and of those unrepresented in Congress 
14. 'The' committee consisting of Mr. King, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Monroe, Mr. Lawrance, and Mr. Pettit, to whom was referred an act of the state of New-York, passed on the 4th day of May last, entitled, 'An act for giving and granting to the United States in Congress assembled, certain imposts and duties on foreign goods imported in to that state, for the special purpose of paying the principal and interest of the debt contracted in the prosecution of the late war with Great-Britain,'-- report 
17. In Congress at New-York, Monday, the 9th of August, 1790 Sir, In obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the United States, of this date, I have the honor to inclose, for the information of the executive authority of the state over which you preside, copies of the resolution of the House of the eighteenth of May last, reflecting the terms for which the members of the present Congress were chosen 
20. Congress of the United States. In Senate--March 28th, 1798 The committee appointed ... to confer with the committee appointed on the part of the House of Representatives, on the subjects of difference relative to the amendments of the Senate, to the bill, sent from the House, 'for the relief of the refugees, from the British provinces of Canada and Nova Scotia,' 
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