400 FOURTEENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Rns.2, 3. 13]’7_ America, and admitted into the union on an equal footing with the original states, in all respects whatever. Arpxovma, December 11, 1816. Feb. 6, 1817. II. RESOLUTION to employ Jolm Trumbull, to compose and execute certain """"_`—`—` paintings. Four paintings Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United 3 b° Rl:*;°d m States of America, in Congress assembled, That the President of the °°°l" °United States be, and he is hereby, authorized to employ John Trambull, of Connecticut, to compose and execute four paintings commemorative of the most important events of the American Revolution, to be placed, when finished, in the capitol of the United States. Arpnovso, February 6, 1817. Merch 3, 1817, III. Rmsonurrou respecting contracts for the printing for Congress. m51‘;;’gf,“‘:;’<';;; Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United royal octavo States of America, in Congress assembled, That the secretary of the Sei>¤z¢- nate, and the clerk of the House of Representatives, be directed, in making any ihture contract for the printing of Congress, to stipulate, and require, that the same, excepting only the bills, or when otherwise specially directed by either house,shall be done in royal octavo form, the size of the pages to be the same as those of the late edition of the laws of the United States; and that when any tables will not admit, with the use of a small type, of compression into that size, they shall be so printed u to fold conveniently into the volume. Arpnovmi, March 3, l817.
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