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Shepley, Mr., on memorial of Seth Pitts, 1913.
Tipton, Mr., on General Post Office, 50.
the bill for authorizing the people of Michigan
Territory to forin a separate State Governnient,
Cherokee memorial, 1776.
compensation of volunteers on the frontier, 1896.
for establishing the Territorial Government of
for making Florida canals, 1907.
Indian appropriations, 2073.
admitting the Territory of Arkansas, 2078.
Virginia land warrants, 2126.
a bill granting a pension to William Shaler, 2001.
Windham county memorial, 2065.
for the benefit of Washington, 2079.
improvement of Hudson river, 2126.
Tyler, Mr., on Treasury suits, 45.
the removal of the deposites, 468, 472, 663.
the Virginia memorial and resolutions, 604,943,946.
[486. memorials from Norfolk and Wheeling, 749.
1434, 1839, 1840.
Culpeper memorial, 1188, 1195.
Cumberland road, 1233.
proceedings of a meeting of young men of Rich-
mond and Manchester, 1527.
Pennsylvania and New York memorials, 1792.
relief of Mountjoy Bailey, 1837.
relief of the owners of the privateer Roger, 1906.
proposed amendment of the constitution, 1957.
relief of the representatives of Moses Shepherd,
French spoliations prior to 180), 2038, 3040.
bill for the benefit of Washington, 2079.
tigate the condition of the deposite banks, 2135.
tion respecting the West India trade, 139; on Toulon accident, 2035.
Webster, Mr., on the Government deposites, 33, 35, 466,
467, 474, 482, 485.
election of committees, 40.
accidents in steam vessels, 54, 57.
public distress, 259, 291, 338, 379, 528.
appropriation bill, 331, 333, 336, 341.
New York resolutions, 405, 435.
giving instructions to Committee of Finance, 445,
New York memorial on the finances of the coun-
extending the payment of revenue bonds, 523.
North Carolina resolutions, 540, 556.
Maine petitions, 636, 639, 648.
pension bill, 715.
Louisville memorial, 742.
New Bedford memorial, 745.
Lancaster county (Pennsylvania) memorial, 825.
Philadelphia mechanics' memorial, 826.
Massachusetts resolutions, 838, 842, 853, 855.
Brooklyn memorial, 942.
York county memorial, 961, 965, 1116.
Boston memorial, 978.
recbartering the Bank of the United States, 984,
proceedings of a meeting at Chambersburg, 1107.
Lynn memorial, 1113.
Albany memorial, 1177, 1423.
Webster, Mr., Muncy memorial, 1187.
President's explanatory message, 1397, 1400.
2044, 2053, 2064.
deposite bill, 2127.
Elizabeth Robinson's claim, 1746, 1747.
Wilkins, Mr., on public distress, 376.
general appropriation bill, 2041, 2051, 2065.
12, 14, 19, 804, 807, 1918.
posite question, 1302.
INDEX TO THE DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Adams county, Pennsylvania, memorial opposed to the re. | Appropriations; a bill making appropriation, in part, for
the Government for 1834; ordered to be en-
grossed, 2246, 2494.
the Speaker's statement in relation to the bill,
2683; passed, 2685.
naval appropriation bill, considered and ordered to
be engrossed, 2365; passed, 2397.
Indian appropriation bill, considered, 2501, 4067;
ordered to be engrossed, 4080; passed.
Armory in Kentucky; a resolution instructing the Com-
mittee on Military Affairs to inquire into the es.
pediency of erecting one, 2549.
sent mode of supplying the army, &c., 2753.
2301. Augusta, Georgia, memorial praying that the former
rela:ions between the United States and the
Bank of the United States may be restored,
Baltimore and Washington railroad, a bill further to con-|Clark county, Kentucky, memorial on the subject of the
Clinton county, Ohio, memorial touching the scarcity of
2729. Committees of the House, order for appointing them, 2160.
Commutation pension bill, (See Pensions.)
that naine, 4795; passed 4796.
banks, in favor of a recharter of the Bank United
Creek Indians in Alabama; a resolution to inquire into the
laid on the table, 2708.
tinuing it, 4080; ordered to be engrossed, 4537.
ranged state of the currency, 3128.
Decatur, Susan, a bill for the relief of, 2759; taken up,
restoration of deposites, 3538.
moval of public deposites, 3648.
Dennis, Littleton Purnell, from Maryland, his death an-
committee to investigate their situation, 3749. Deposite bank bill reported, 3752; passed 4760.
United States Bank may be renewed, 2762. Doorkeepers, Overton Carr and William Hunter appoint-
Duties on sculpture, a bill for remitting duties on
articles of, 3129; rejected.
copies to be procured, 2375; agreed to, 2376.
the Treasury to make experiments to prevent,
4797; passed, 4798.
House, 2290; laid on the table, 2375.
ment of, passed, 4793.
Foot, Samuel A., resigns his seat, 4043.
2755; passed, 4789.
tion with France, 3971.
the restoration of the deposites, 2693, 3130.
of the removal of the deposites, 4258.
4795; passed, 4796.
Gardiner (Maine) memorial, complaining of the scarcity
of money, 3640; discussed, 3715.
Garland, Mr., from Louisiana, appeared, was qualified,
and took his seat, 3821.
present embarrassments, 3953.
resolution instructing the Committee of Claims Gloucester (Virginia) memorial, on the currency, 4186.
coins, 4498; passed, 4673.
Government deposites, on the removal of, 2170. Louisville (Kentucky) memorials, complaining of pecu-
niary distress, 2896, 3838.
the bank, 3638.
removal of the deposites, 3531.
in favor of rechartering Bank U. States, 4174.
barrassed state of the country, 2896.
Madison county (Kentucky) memorial, in favor of restor-
ing the deposites, 4198.
Maine resolutions in relation to the removal of the de.
Massachusetts resolutions, leave asked to introduce them,
memorial of 3d congressional district, 3933.
Mifflin county (Pennsylvania) memorial, against the ex-
periment made on the currency of the country,
priations for, 4483; passed, 4498.
issuing, 4797; passed.
Mills, R., a resolution for compensating him for his services
as architect in designing and carrying into effect
the alterations in the Hall of Representatives,
National currency; a resolution of Mr. Ewing, directing
the Committee Ways and Means to inquire
currency of 35 millions, 220.
a proposition respecting, leave to offer it refused,
copies of rules and regulations for the navy,
4006; agreed to.
report on the bill for equalizing the pay of officers
of the navy, 4138.
in the naval service, 4795; passed, 4796.
Nelson, General, his claim for services during the Revolu.
tion referred to a select committee, 2377.
deranged currency, 2531;
memorials on the present condition of the country,
giving the assent of Congress to a treaty entered
into belween the two States, 4336; passed, 4793.
favor of rechartering Bank United States, 2773.
New Jersey and Rhode Island memorials for the restura-
tion of the deposites, 3327.
New Orleans memorial on the shock given to public
Newcastle (Delaware) memorial, praying that the de-
posites may be restored, 2836.
North Carolina, Burke country, memorial against removal | Prince George's county, Maryland, memorial for restora-
tion of deposites, 3533.
course of administration, 3641.
Public Treasury; resolutions declaring that all moneys not
appropriated are under the order and direction
of Congress, &c., 3678; agreed to, 4430.
Public buildings, a bill making appropriations for, 4795;
Railroads and canals; a bill to anthorize the construction
United States, 3082.
Reduction of revenue, a resolution to instruct the Com-
mittee of Ways and Means to inquire into its ex-
pediency, 2825; the House refused to consider it.
that purpose, 3602; passed.
on leaving the chair, 4368.
reported, 2551; passed.
Rhode Island memorials, complaining of the derangement
of the currency, 27 17, 3327.
Richmond memorial, from merchants and others, 2734.
Rockingham and Shenandoah, Virginia, memorials against
the restoration of the deposites, 3533.
Rules, the old ones allopted for the present, 2138.
motion to amend the rules, 2161; negatived, 2184.
2702. Salaries of officers, a resolution proposing to equalize the
salaries of, 3680; agreed to.
the construction of a harbor, &c., 2293.
to aid in its construction, 2924.
Savannah, Georgia, memorial against the measures of the
administration, 3650, 3836, 4150.
Sergeant-at-arms, Thomas Beverly Randolph elected,
measures of the administration, 3952.
Shelby county, Kentucky, memorial deprecating the re-
moval of the deposites, 3532.
coins, 3846; passed, 4279.
Sinking fund; a resolution of Mr. Selden, instructing the
Committee of Ways and Means to report a bill
authorizing the Commissioners of the Sinking
Fund to redeem the five per cent. stocks of the
United States, &c., 2294; taken up, 2366,
Slavery in the District of Columbia, memorials from Con-
necticut on this subject, 2539.
Southwark and Moyamensing resolutions praying for reg.
toration of the deposites, 2727.
Spain and the United States, a bill to carry into effect the
convention between, 4795; passed, 4796.
2318. Spanish West India trade, a bill relating to the trade of,
4522; passed, 4798.
John Bell elected, after several ballots, 4371.
legal tender, 3905; laid over, 3912.
distressed situation of the country, 3637.