Some vols. include supplemental journals of "such proceedings of the sessions, as, during the time they were depending, were ordered to be kept secret, and respecting which the injunction of secrecy was afterwards taken off by the order of the House."
Class I. Foreign relations. 6 v. 1st Cong.-20th Cong., 1st sess., April 30, 1789-May 24, 1828.--Class II. Indian affairs. 2 v. 1st Cong.-19th Cong., May 25, 1789-March 1, 1827.--Class III. Finance. 5 v. 1st Cong.-20th Cong., 1st sess., April 11, 1789-May 16, 1828.--Class IV. Commerce and navigation. 2 v. 1st Cong.-17th Cong., April 13, 1789-Feb. 25, 1823.--Class V. Military affairs. 7 v. 1st Cong.-25th Cong., 2nd sess., Aug. 10, 1789-March 1, 1838.--Class VI. Naval affairs. 4 v. 3rd Cong.-24th Cong., 1st sess., Jan 20, 1794-June 15, 1836.--Class VII. Post Office Department. 1 v. 1st Cong., 2nd sess.-22nd Cong., Jan. 22, 1790-Feb. 21, 1883.--Class VIII. Public lands. 8 v. 1st Cong.-24th Cong., July 1, 1790-Feb. 28, 1837.--Class IX. Claims. 1 v. 1st Cong., 2nd sess.-17th Cong., Feb. 5, 1790-March 3, 1823.--Class X. Miscellaneous. 2 v. 1st Cong.-17th Cong., April 17, 1789-March 3, 1823.
Committee Serial No. 1. Hearing includes texts of two hearings of House Judiciary Committee on civil rights held during the 84th Congress: "Civil Rights", July 13, 14, 27, 1955 (p. 167-553), filmed and fully indexed as (84) H1511-4; and "Civil Rights, Part 2", Apr. 10, 1956 (p. 555-588), filmed and fully indexed as (84) H1535-3.
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