Committee: The Convention

Event Id Proposal Name Sub-type Subdecisions Proposal Kind Motion Text Source Additional Sources
4254 Motion to Adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE A majority of states not being represented, moved to Adjourn until Friday 25th of May. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2654 A letter from sundry Persons of the State of Rhode Island None 0 PROCEDURE Being read, ordered that the said letter do lye upon the table for farther consideration. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3113 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3115 Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3117 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3119 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3121 Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3123 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3125 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3127 Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3129 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3131 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3133 Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3135 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3137 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3139 Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3141 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3143 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3145 Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3147 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3149 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3151 Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3153 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3155 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3157 Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3159 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3161 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3163 Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3165 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3167 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3169 Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3171 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3173 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3175 Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3177 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3179 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3181 Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3183 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3903 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3908 Motion to postpone consideration of the Report until tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to postpone consideration of the Report until tomorrow Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3926 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1290 Motion to postpone further consideration of the report from the Committee of the Whole. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved by Mr Patterson seconded by Mr Randolph that the farther consideration of the report from the Committee of the whole House be postponed till to-morrow. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1291 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1298 Motion to postpone discussion of the New Jersey Plan until the following day. None 0 PROCEDURE Resolved that the discussion of the New Jersey Plan be postponed until the following day. Yates's Diary (Max Farrand, 1911)
1302 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Resolved that the House will to-morrow resolve itself into a Committee of the whole House to consider the state of the American union. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3191 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3193 Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3195 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3198 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3200 Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the Committee of the Whole have leave to sit again tomorrow Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3202 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3206 Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole None 0 PROCEDURE Motion that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1337 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1357 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was then moved and seconded to adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1360 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1384 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1397 Question whether separate votes having been taken on diff. clauses of a proposition a question shall be taken on the whole. None 0 PROCEDURE Question whether separate votes having been taken on diff. clauses of a proposition a question shall be taken on the whole. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1410 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1435 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1446 Motion to postpone discussion of the first clause in order to take up the Eighth Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the first clause of the fourth resolution in order to take up the eighth resolution reported from the Committee. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1450 Motion to postpone discussion of the first clause in order to take up the Seventh Resolution. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the fourth in order to take up the seventh resolution. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
1529 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1533 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1578 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1581 Motion to postpone discussion of the Sixth Resolution. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the sixth resolution reported from the Committee. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1586 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1596 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
1601 Motion to postpone further consideration of the Seventh Resolution. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the farther consideration of the seventh in order to take up the eighth resolution. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1607 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1609 Motion to write to New Hampshire None 0 PROCEDURE Resolved that the President be requested to write to the supreme Executive of the State of New Hampshire and inform him that the business before the Convention is of such a nature as to require the immediate attendance of the Gentlemen appointed by that State to this Convention. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1613 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1618 Motion to appoint a committee of deputies. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to appoint a Committee consisting of a Deputy from each State to whom the eighth resolution, and so much of the seventh resolution, reported from the Committee of the whole House, as has not been decided upon should be referred. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1620 Motion to appoint a committee. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that a committee be appointed. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
1623 Motion that the committee consist of a member from each state. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the committee consist of a member from each state. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
1625 Members of the committee of eleven (July 2nd) appointed. None 0 PROCEDURE One member from each state present appointed to the committee of eleven (July 2nd). Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1630 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the Convention adjourn till Thursday Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
1658 Motion to postpone discussion of the first proposition. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the first proposition contained in the report. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1662 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1664 Motion to refer the first clause of the first proposition to a special committee. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to refer the first clause of the first proposition reported from the grand Committee to a special Committee. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1667 Motion that the committee consist of five members. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded that the Committee consist of five members. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1669 Appointment of the Special Committee. None 0 PROCEDURE A Committee was appointed by ballot of Mr G. Morris, Mr Gorham, Mr Randolph, Mr Rutledge, and Mr King. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1682 Motion to resume the second clause of the first proposition. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to resume the consideration of the second clause of the first proposition. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1689 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1692 Motion to thank the Directors of the Library Company. None 0 PROCEDURE Resolved that the Secretary, by letter, present the thanks of the Convention to the Directors of the Library Company for their polite attention. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1694 Question whether the question was carried in the affirmative. None 0 PROCEDURE A question was then raised whether the question was carried in the affirmative. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1700 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1721 Motion to refer the first paragraph of the report to a committee of eleven. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to refer the first paragraph of the report to a Committee of One member from each State. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1724 Appointment of King's committee. None 0 PROCEDURE A Committee was appointed by ballot of the honorable Mr King, Mr Sherman, Mr Yates, Mr Brearely, Mr G. Morris, Mr Read, Mr Carrol, Mr Madison, Mr Williamson, Mr Rutledge, and Mr Houston. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1726 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1798 Motion to postpone. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the last motion to request that the Committee of eleven furnish the Convention with the principles on which they grounded the report. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1800 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1816 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1831 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1858 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1860 Motion to postpone consideration of the clause on money bills in order to take up the proposal on the second branch. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of that clause in the report of the grand Committee, which respects the originating of money bills in the first Branch, in order to take up the following, namely “That in the second branch of the Legislature of the United-States each State shall have an equal vote”. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1863 Motion to postpone consideration of Gerry's amendment. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the amendment. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1869 Motion to reconsider the second clause of the report of the special committee. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to reconsider the second clause of the report from the Committee of five. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1876 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1884 Motion to reconsider the two propositions reported from the grand Committee. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to reconsider the two propositions reported from the grand Committee, and agreed by the House. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1890 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1902 Motion to commit the second clause of the sixth resolution. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to commit the second clause of the Sixth resolution. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1904 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Mr Randolph moved that the Convention might adjourn. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
1907 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn till tomorrow. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1910 Motion to reconsider the resolution concerning the constitution of the two branches of the legislature. None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Governr. Morris moved to reconsider the whole Resolution agreed to yesterday concerning the constitution of the 2 branches of the Legislature. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
2045 Motion to postpone consideration of the clause on term length. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the following clause "for the term of seven years”. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1943 Motion to strike out ineligibility clause. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to strike out the following words, namely, “to be ineligible a second time”. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1952 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1954 Motion to reconsider the clause on re-eligibility. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved to reconsider the clause which makes the Executive reeligible. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1956 Motion to reconsider the clause on re-eligibility immediately. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved to reconsider the clause on re-eligibility immediately. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1958 Motion to reconsider the clause on re-eligibility tomorrow. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved to reconsider the clause on re-eligibility tomorrow. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1961 Motion to postpone the consideration of the remaining clause of the 9th and the 10th resolution. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the remaining clause of the 9th and the 10th resolution in order to take up the 11th resolution. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2018 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2023 Motion to reconsider the 9th resolution. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to reconsider the several clauses of the 9th resolution which respect the appointment, duration, and eligibility of the National Executive. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2052 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2055 Motion to postpone Elsworth's third clause. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the clause, respecting the number of Electors, entered on the Journal yesterday. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2059 Motion to postpone Gerry's allotment of electors. None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Broom & Mr. Martin moved to postpone Mr. Gerry’s allotment of Electors, leaving a fit ratio to be reported by the Committee to be appointed for detailing the Resolutions. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
2070 Motion to postpone further consideration of the impeachment clause. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the last motion. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2079 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2101 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2130 Motion to reconsider the 9th resolution. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to reconsider that clause of the resolution respecting the appointment of the supreme Executive. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2132 Tomorrow assigned for reconsideration. None 0 PROCEDURE To-morrow was assigned for the reconsideration. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2134 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2136 Motion to refer the proceedings of the Convention to the Committee of Detail None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded that the proceedings of the Convention for the establishment of a national government be referred to a Committee for the purpose of reporting a Constitution conformably to the Proceedings aforesaid. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2139 Question that the Committee consist of a Member from each State. None 0 PROCEDURE Shall the Committee consist of a Member from each State? Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2141 Question that the Committee consist of Seven. None 0 PROCEDURE Shall the Committee consist of seven members? Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2143 Question that the Committee consist of five. None 0 PROCEDURE Shall the Committee consist of five members? Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2145 To-morrow assigned for appointing the Committee. None 0 PROCEDURE To-morrow assigned for appointing the Committee. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2147 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2182 Motion to postpone the 9th resolution None 0 PROCEDURE That time might be given for further deliberation Mr. Wilson moved that the present question be postponed till to-morrow. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
2187 Question of order on the last motion. None 0 PROCEDURE The question of Order [was] taken on the last Motion. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2191 Ballot for the Committee of Detail None 0 PROCEDURE The House then produced to ballot for the Committee of detail when the honorable Mr Rutledge, Mr Randolph, Mr Gorham, Mr Elsworth, and Mr Wilson were chosen. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2197 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2206 Motion to postpone Pinckney's amendment. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the last amendment. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2209 Motion that the members of the Committee be furnished with copies of the proceedings. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the members of the Committee be furnished with copies of the proceedings. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2211 Motion that the members of the House take copies of the resolutions which have been agreed to None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the members of the House take copies of the resolutions which have been agreed to. Editors' note: Farrand remarks that the Appendices show that Luther Martin proposed this motion. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2213 Motion to refer the resolution respecting the executive. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to refer the resolution respecting the Executive (except that clause which provides that it consist of a single Person) to the Committee of detail. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2215 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2248 Motion to refer latest proceedings to the Committee of Detail. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to refer such proceedings of the Convention, as have been agreed on since Monday last, to the Committee of detail. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2250 Motion to adjourn till Monday August 6th. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn till Monday August 6th. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2335 End of consideration of Virginia Plan amendments. None 0 PROCEDURE End of consideration of Virginia Plan amendments. 2016 Editors
2310 Motion to adjourn until Wednesday. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to adjourn till Wednesday morning. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2312 Motion to adjourn until tomorrow. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2314 Motion to refer the report of the Committee of Detail to a Committee of the Whole. None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Pinkney moved that it the report be referred to a Committee of the whole. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2361 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2363 Motion to adjourn till tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to adjourn till to-morrow morning at 10 o’clock. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2365 Motion to adjourn till tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn till tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2377 Motion to postpone Rutledge's motion in order to take up Dickinson's. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved to postpone Mr Rutledge's motion in order to take up Mr Dickinson's. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2411 Motion to strike out Section 5 of Article IV None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to strike out the fifth section of the fourth article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2414 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2441 Motion to postpone the consideration of the last clause in the first section of the fifth article. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the last clause in the first section of the fifth article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2484 Motion to strike out the remaining part of the first section of Article VI. None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Pinkney & Mr. Rutlidge moved to strike out the remaining part viz but their provisions concerning them may at any time be altered by the Legislature of the United States. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
2493 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2505 Motion to reconsider the 2nd section of the 4th article. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to reconsider the 2nd sect. of the 4th article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2507 Monday assigned for reconsideration. None 0 PROCEDURE Monday next was assigned for the reconsideration. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2536 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2561 Motion to commit the 2nd clause of the 8th section of the 6th article. None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to commit the 2nd clause of the 8th section of the 6th article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2565 Motion to add "During the session", strike out the last clause. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to prefix the following words to the 8 sect. of the 6 article, namely, “During the session of the Legislature” and to strike out the last clause of the section. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2568 Motion to reconsider Article IV, section 5. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to reconsider the 5. sect. of the 4. article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2571 Monday assigned for reconsideration. None 0 PROCEDURE Monday next was assigned for the reconsideration. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2573 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2592 Question shall the word "nine" stand in the third section of the fifth article. None 0 PROCEDURE Question shall the word “nine” in the 3rd sect. of the 5. article stand part of the said section. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2595 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2606 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2617 Motion to postpone the condieration of the 9th section of the 6 article. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the 9th section of the 6 article until the powers to be vested in the Senate are ascertained. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2634 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2643 Motion to postpone the consideration of the last amendment. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the last amendment. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2669 Motion to postpone the consideration of the thirteenth section of the sixth article. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the 13th sect. of the 6th article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2679 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2684 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2720 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2725 Motion to strike out the ninth clause. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to strike out the 9 clause of the 1. sect. of the 7 article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2769 Motion to strike out the fourteenth clause. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to strike out the 14 clause. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2776 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2786 Motion to appoint a Grand Committee to consider the necessity and expediency of the debts of the several States being assumed by the United States. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded That a Committee to consist of a Member from each State be appointed to consider the necessity and expediency of the debts of the several States being assumed by the United States. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2793 Appointment of the Committee on Debt. None 0 PROCEDURE A Committee was appointed by ballot of the honorable Mr Langdon, Mr King, Mr Sherman, Mr Livingston, Mr Clymer, Mr Dickinson, Mr Mc Henry, Mr Mason, Mr Williamson, Mr C. C. Pinckney, and Mr Baldwin. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2825 Motion to refer motions on the militia to the Grand Committee. None 0 PROCEDURE Question on committing to the grand Committee last appointed, the latter motion of Col. Mason, & the original one revived by Gel Pinkney. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
2827 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2835 Motion to postpone the consideration of the 17th clause. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the 17 clause, 1 sect. 7 article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2851 Motion to commit the second section of the seventh article. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the whole clause be recommitted. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2894 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2918 Motion to postpone Article VII, section 3. None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Dickenson moved to postpone Article VII, section 3 in order to reconsider Art: IV. sect. 4. and to limit the number of representatives to be allowed to the large States. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
2937 Motion to take up Strong's amendment to the twelfth section of the sixth article. None 0 PROCEDURE Question to take up the amendment offered to the 12 sect of the 6 article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2952 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2956 Motion to commit the two remaining clauses of the fourth section and the fifth section of the seventh article. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to commit the two remaining clauses of the 4 section, and the 5 section of the 7 article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2961 Appointment of the Grand Committee on Taxation None 0 PROCEDURE A Committee (of a Member from each State) was appointed by ballot to whom the 2 remaining clauses of the 4th & ye 5 & 6 sections were referred. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2972 Motion to rescind the order of the House respecting the hours of meeting and adjournment. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to rescind the order of the House respecting the hours of meeting and adjournment. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2968 Motion to take up the report of the Committee of five. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to take up the report of the Committee of five. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2969 Motion to postpone the consideration of the report. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the report, in order that the Members may furnish themselves with copies of the report. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2993 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2995 Motion to strike out the last member of the second clause. None 0 PROCEDURE Mr Sherman moved to strike out the last member — “and authority of training &c. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3005 Motion to recommit the second clause. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to recommit the 2nd clause of the report of the Committee of eleven. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3043 Motion to commit Pinckney's proposal for an additional power. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to commit the proposition. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3054 Motion to postpone Morris's motion. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the amendment. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3068 Motion to commit article IX, section 1 None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to take up the 1st section of the 9 article, in order to it’s being committed. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3070 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3087 Motion to reconsider the first clause of the first section of article VII. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to reconsider the 1st clause 1st sect. 7 article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3090 To-morrow was assigned for the reconsideration. None 0 PROCEDURE To-morrow was assigned for the reconsideration. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3093 Motion to strike out the second and third sections of article IX None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to strike out the 2nd and 3rd sections of the 9th article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3095 Motion to postpone the consideration of the second and third sections of article IX. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the 2nd and 3rd sections 9 article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3226 Motion to postpone consideration of the two last clauses. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the two last clauses of the 1st sect. 10 article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3228 Motion to refer the last two clauses to a committee of eleven. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to refer the two last clauses of the 1st sect. 10 article. to a committee of a Member from each State. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3258 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3299 Appointment of the Grand Committee on Trade None 0 PROCEDURE A Committee was appointed by ballot of the honorable Mr Langdon, Mr Gorham, Mr Sherman, Mr Dayton, Mr Fitz Simmons, Mr Read, Mr Carrol Mr Mason, Mr Williamson, Mr Butler and Mr Few. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3314 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3381 Question to reconsider the third section of article XI None 0 PROCEDURE Question to reconsider the 3rd section 11 article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3395 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3470 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3507 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3510 Motion to commit the substitute offered to the 17 article. None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to commit the substitute offered to the 17 article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3564 Motion to postpone article XXI in order to take up the Report of the Grand Committee on Trade None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Carrol moved to postpone the article in order to take up the Report of the Committee of Eleven (see Tuesday Augst: 28). Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
3572 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3578 Motion to postpone article XXI to take up the reports of Committees which have not been acted on. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the 21 article to take up the reports of Committees which have not been acted on. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3582 Motion to postpone article XXI in order to take up article XXII. None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to postpone the 21 to take up the 22 articles. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3600 Motion to postpone the consideration of article XXII. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the 22nd article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3610 Motion to postpone the remainder of article XXIII None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the remainder of the 23rd article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3627 Appointment of the Grand Committee on Postponed Questions None 0 PROCEDURE A Committee was appointed by ballot of The honorable Mr Gilman, Mr King, Mr Sherman, Mr Brearley, Mr G. Morris, Mr Dickinson, Mr Carrol, Mr Madison, Mr Williamson, Mr Butler and Mr Baldwin. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3629 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3657 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3669 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3673 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3684 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3694 Motion to postpone the consideration of the third clause of the report. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the 3rd clause of the report. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3699 Motion to postpone the consideration of the remainder of the report. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the remainder of the report. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3701 Motion to postpone the consideration of the remainder of the report so that delegates might take copies. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the remainder of the report, and that the Members take copies thereof. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3709 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3720 Motion to postpone the consideration of the third clause of the report. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the third clause of the report. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3774 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3839 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. 2016 Editors
3875 Motion to postpone in order to create an executive council. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the 4 sect. of the report in order to take up the following. That it be an instruction to the Committee of the States to prepare a clause or clauses for establishing an Executive Council. Editors' note: Madison writes that the motion was proposed by George Mason, seconded by Benjamin Franklin. Comparing the Journal with Madison, it becomes clear that Mason was not proposing the postponement of the "fourth section", but of the following part of the report regarding the chief officers of government departments. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3893 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3898 Motion to strike out the clause on two thirds consent to treaties in the Senate. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to strike out the last clause of the 4 sect. of the report. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3949 Motion to appoint a Committee of Style None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to appoint a Committee of five to revise the style of and arrange the articles agreed to by the House. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3951 Appointment of the Committee of Style None 0 PROCEDURE And a Committee was appointed by ballot of the honorable Mr Johnson, Mr Hamilton, Mr G. Morris, Mr Madison and Mr King. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3953 Motion to reconsider the number of representatives None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Williamson moved that previous to this work of the Committee the clause relating to the number of the House of Representatives shd. be reconsidered for the purpose of increasing the number. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3956 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3958 Motion to reconsider the 19th article None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to reconsider the 19th article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3972 Motion to reconsider the 21st and 22nd articles. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to reconsider the 21st and 22nd articles. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
3993 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
3990 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
4012 Motion to reconsider the 13th section of article VI None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to reconsider the 13th sect. of the 6th article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
4019 Motion to appoint a Committee to prepare a Bill of Rights. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to appoint a Committee to prepare a Bill of rights. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
4026 Motion to reconsider the 13th article None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to reconsider the 13th article. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
4028 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
4030 Motion to appoint a Committee on Sumptuary Regulations None 0 PROCEDURE Colonel Mason moved that a Committee be appointed to report articles of Association for encouraging by the advice the influence and the example of the members of the Convention, œconomy frugality and american manufactures. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
4032 Appointment of the Committee on Sumptuary Regulations None 0 PROCEDURE A Committee [was] appointed, consisting of Col: Mason, Docr. Franklin, Mr. Dickenson, Docr Johnson, and Mr. Livingston. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
4046 Motion to take up the Report of the Committee of Style None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded to proceed to the comparing of the report, from the Committee of revision, with the articles which were agreed to by the House; and to them referred for arrangement. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
4062 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
4064 Motion to reconsider the number of representatives None 0 PROCEDURE Mr. Williamson moved to reconsider in order to increase the number of Representatives fixed for the first Legislature. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
4079 Motion to reconsider the first clause of the fifth section of article I None 0 PROCEDURE Question to reconsider the first clause of article I, section 5. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
4088 Motion to reconsider clause on piracies and felonies in article I, section 8. None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to reconsider clause on piracies and felonies. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
4133 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
4135 Motion to appoint a Committee to prepare an address to the people. None 0 PROCEDURE Mr Carroll moved that a Committee be appointed for the special purpose of preparing an Address. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
4138 Motion to reconsider apportionment of representatives. None 0 PROCEDURE Mr Langdon moved to reconsider the number of representatives. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
4232 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the House adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
4238 Motion that the Constitution be signed by the delegates. None 0 PROCEDURE Dr Franklin then moved that the Constitution be signed by the members. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
4245 Motion to deposit the Journals and papers with the President. None 0 PROCEDURE A question was then put on depositing the Journals and other papers of the Convention in the hands of the President. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
4247 Resolution that the President retain the Journal. None 0 PROCEDURE It was Resolved “that he retain the Journal and other papers, subject to the order of Congress, if ever formed under the Constitution." Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
4249 Motion to adjourn sine die None 0 PROCEDURE The Convention dissolved itself by an Adjournment sine die. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)

Committee: Rules Committee

Event Id Proposal Name Sub-type Subdecisions Proposal Kind Motion Text Source Additional Sources

Committee: Committee of the Whole

Event Id Proposal Name Sub-type Subdecisions Proposal Kind Motion Text Source Additional Sources
740 Motion to postpone discussion of first proposition of Randolph's Virginia Plan None 0 PROCEDURE Resolved that the first of Randolph's propositions be postponed in order to consider the 3 following. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
749 Butler's motion to postpone discussion of the first two propositions None 0 PROCEDURE Resolved to pass on to the third of Randolph's new propositions Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
766 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded that the Committee do now rise. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
772 Motion to postpone discussion of remaining clauses of Virginia Plan Fourth Resolution None 0 PROCEDURE Moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the remaining clauses of the said fourth resolution. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
797 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE The House adjourned. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
1482 A question was asked whether a majority had voted in the affirmative None 0 PROCEDURE Question whether a majority had voted in the affirmative Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
861 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was then moved and seconded that the Committee do now rise. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
882 Motion to postpone further consideration of Randolph's Seventh Resolution (Virginia Plan) on the Executive None 0 PROCEDURE Moved and seconded to postpone the farther consideration of the resolution, submitted by Mr Randolph, which respects the Executive — in order to take up the consideration of the resolution respecting the second branch of the Legislature. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
919 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was then moved and seconded that the Committee do now rise. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
964 Point of order on introduction of Wilson's second amendment to Gerry's amendment. None 0 PROCEDURE Resolved that Wilson's second amendment would be debated on Wednesday. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
975 Moved and seconded that the Committee do now rise. None 0 PROCEDURE Motion to adjourn. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1010 Motion to reconsider Fourth Resolution (Virginia Plan) the following day. None 0 PROCEDURE Resolved that the Fourth Resolution (Virginia Plan) be reconsidered the following day. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1019 Motion to adjourn. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded that the Committee do now rise. Madison's Notes (Max Farrand, 1911)
1032 Notice of forthcoming motion to reconsider a clause of the Sixth Resolution (Virginia Plan) None 0 PROCEDURE Resolved that the Sixth Resolution (Virginia Plan) would be discussed further on Friday. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1034 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded that the Committee do now rise. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1041 Motion to reconsider the resolution concerning the appointment of the national executive. None 0 PROCEDURE Resolved that Mr Gerry would tomorrow move to reconsider the resolution which respects the appointment of the national executive. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1043 Motion to adjourn. None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded that the Committee do now rise. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1052 Motion to reconsider the Seventh Resolution (appointment of national executive) None 0 PROCEDURE Resolved that the clause of the Seventh Resolution concerning the appointment of the national executive would be reconsidered the following day Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1055 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded that the Committee do now rise. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1064 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded that the Committee do now rise. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1162 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded that the Committee do now rise. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
2260 Postponement of the last clause generally None 0 PROCEDURE Resolved that the debate of the last clause generally be postponed. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1268 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded that the Committee do now rise. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1354 Motion to report the Virginia Plan None 0 PROCEDURE It was then moved and seconded that the Committee do rise and report their proceedings to the House. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1313 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded that the Committee do now rise. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1318 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved and seconded that the Committee do now rise. Official Journal (Max Farrand, 1911)
1326 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE Moved that the Committee rise. Yates's Diary (Max Farrand, 1911)

Committee: Committee of Eleven of July 2nd

Event Id Proposal Name Sub-type Subdecisions Proposal Kind Motion Text Source Additional Sources
1648 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the Committee adjourn. 2016 Editors

Committee: Special Committee (Appointed July 6th)

Event Id Proposal Name Sub-type Subdecisions Proposal Kind Motion Text Source Additional Sources
1712 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the Committee adjourn. 2016 Editors

Committee: King Committee (appointed July 9th)

Event Id Proposal Name Sub-type Subdecisions Proposal Kind Motion Text Source Additional Sources
1742 Motion to adjourn None 0 PROCEDURE It was moved that the Committee adjourn. 2016 Editors

Committee: Committee of Detail

Event Id Proposal Name Sub-type Subdecisions Proposal Kind Motion Text Source Additional Sources

Committee: Grand Committee on Debt

Event Id Proposal Name Sub-type Subdecisions Proposal Kind Motion Text Source Additional Sources

Committee: Grand Committee on Taxation

Event Id Proposal Name Sub-type Subdecisions Proposal Kind Motion Text Source Additional Sources

Committee: Grand Committee on Trade

Event Id Proposal Name Sub-type Subdecisions Proposal Kind Motion Text Source Additional Sources

Committee: Grand Committee on Postponed Questions

Event Id Proposal Name Sub-type Subdecisions Proposal Kind Motion Text Source Additional Sources

Committee: Committee of Five on Law in the States

Event Id Proposal Name Sub-type Subdecisions Proposal Kind Motion Text Source Additional Sources

Committee: Committee of Style

Event Id Proposal Name Sub-type Subdecisions Proposal Kind Motion Text Source Additional Sources