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Mr. Clark, ditto
Arguments of Jofeph Hopkinfon of Phi-
Of Philip B. Key of the City of
Wafhington, in defence of Judge
as to the fifth and fixth articles
Some obfervations of Mr. Rodney
Arguments of Luther Martin, Attor-
the articles fecond, third, fourth
and eighth aricles, with a gene--
ral review of the preceding arti-
Conclufion of the profecution by John
Be careful in collating to place a cancel leaf at page 49; also at page 172, and
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
OF THE UNITED STATES,
Impeachment of the Hon. Samuel Chafe
THURSDAY, January, 5th 1804.
FRIDAY, January 6th, 1804.
The houfe refumed the confideration of the motion of the fifth inftant, "for the appointment of a committee to enquire into the official conduct of Samuel Chafe, one of the affociate justices of the fupreme court of the United States," and the faid motion, as originally propofed, being again read, in the words following,
"Refolved, That a committee be appointed to enquire into the official conduct of Samuel Chafe, one of the affociate juftices of the fupreme court of the United States, and to report their opinion. whether the faid Samuel Chafe hath fo acted in his judicial capacity, as to require the interpofition of the conftitutional power of this house.”
amend the fame, by inferting after the A motion was made and feconded, to words " one of the affociate juftices of the fupreme court of the United States," the following words, "and of Richard Peters, diftrict judge of the diftrict of Pennfylvania."
And on the queftion. that the house do agree to the faid amendment,
It was refolved in the affirmativeYeas 79-Nays 37.
ye being demanded by one fifth of the members prefent,
Thofe who voted in the affirmative are,
Benjamin Huger, John G. Jackfon, Walter Jones, William Kennedy, Nehemiah Knight, Michael Leib, Jofeph Lewis, jun. Thomas Lowndes, John B. C. Lucas, Andrew M'Cord, David Meriwether, Nicholas R. Moore, Thomas Moore, Jeremiah Morrow, Anthony New, Thomas Newton, jun. Jofeph H. Nicholson, Gideon Olin, John Patterson, Oliver Phelps,
John Randolph, jun. Thomas M. Randolph,
John Smith (of Virginia)
Philip Van Cortlandt,
Thofe who voted in the negative are,