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WIKIPEDIA articles! The United States Senate Committee on Claims
was among the first standing committees established in the Senate.
It dealt generally with issues related to private bills and
petitions. After reforms in the 1880s that created judicial and
administrative remedies for petitioners, it declined in importance,
and was abolished in 1947.Jonathan Roberts (August 16, 1771 - July
24, 1854) was a United States Representative and Senator from
Pennsylvania from 1811 to 1814 and 1814 to 1821
respectively.Roberts was born near Norristown, Pennsylvania and was
educated by a private tutor. He later worked as a wheelwright
apprentice. From 1799 to 1800 Roberts served as a member of the
Pennsylvania House of Representatives, and the Pennsylvania State
Senate from 1807 to 1811.
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