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Callivuni, Mr., South Carolina, on reduction of duties, 69. Crittenden, Mr., Kentucky, on the late court of inquiry
public de posiles, 79, 85, 87, 88.

on General Scott, 841.
unexpended appropriations, 151, 152, 154, 157, report of committee on Mr. Madison's writings,
162.

864.
admission of Michigan, 167, 168, 204, 205, 206, distribution question, 1008, 1020, 1027.
294, 295, 317.

Cuthbert, Mr., Georgia, on the abolition of slavery in
building for United Stales courts at Philadelphia,

the District of Columbia, 715, 716.
326.

bill for promoting trade wiih Belgium, 806.
Treasury circular, 375, 644, 778.

on the late court of inquiry on General Stott, 841,
surplus revenue, 376, 377.

844, 846.
land bill, 378, 379, 702, 729, 735, 736, 753, 758, reduction of tariff, 875, 878, 883.
759.

distribution question, 997.
expunging resolution, 417.

Dana, Mr., Maine, on the admission of Michigan, 223,
abolition in the District of Columbia, 507, 508, expunging resolution, 391.
509, 510, 710, 712, 718, 719.

land bill, 551.
French and Neapolitan indemnities, 516, 520.

Davis, Mr., Massachusetts, on unexpended appropria.
acknowledging Texas, 528, 1012.

tions, 157.
American Colonization Society, 564, 565, 566.

the admission of Michigan, 317.
copy-rights to foreigners, 671.

Texas, 419.
sick and disabled seamen, 691, 692.

French and Neapolitan indemnities, 522, 524.
election of President and Vice President, 700.

reduction of the revenue, 577.
foreign aggression on slave property, 725.

sick and disabled seamen, 690, 691, 692.
on the bill for a cession of the public lands, 739, land bill, 694, 695, 760.
741, 742, 744, 790.

steam boiler bill, 777.
fortification bill, 779.

bill for promoting trade with Belgium, 806.
armory bill, 798, 799.

reduction of tariff, 874, 876, 877, 878, 894, 902,
Cumberland road bill, 804.

936.
bill to increase the military establishment, 807,

light-house bill, 1009.
826, 833, 839.

navy appropriation bill, 1014.
publishing Mr. Madison's writings, 852.

harbor bill, 1014.
the report of the committee on Mr. Madison's distribution question, 1032.
writings, 858, 865, 871.

Ewing, Mr., Ohio, on repealing the Treasury circular,
reduction of tariff, 873, 879, 902, 914, 915, 926,

8, 534, 562, 563, 778.
975.

the admission of Michigan, 170, 231.
distribution question, 992, 999, 1020, 1022, 1023. expunging resolution, 485.
light-house bill, 1009.

land bill, 529, 530, 535, 557, 558, 560, 667, 695,
navy appropriation bill, 1014.

726, 729.
Clay, Mr., Kentucky, bis land bill, 20, 377, 380, 512, land frauds, 666.
529, 530, 550, 555, 560, 645, 662, 665, 668,

abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia,
759, 774.

707.
1 the Treasury circular, 360, 562, 778.

Cumberland road bill, 803, 804.
expunging resolution, 429.

Choctaw reservations of land, 853.
French and Neapolitan indemnities, 514, 517.

distribution question, 1030.
memorial in relation to foreign emigrants, 533. Ewing, Mr., Illinois, on the land bill, 681.
American Colonization Society, 564, 565, 566, Fulton, Mr., Arkansas, on the admission of Michigan,
568, 636.

290.
reduction of the revenue, 575.

land bill, 661.
counting the votes for President and Vice Presi- Grundy, Mr., Tennessee, on the admission of Michigan,
dent, 617, 700.

128, 167, 169, 204, 205, 563.
land frauds, 666, 667.

building for United States courts at Philadelphia,
copy-rights to foreigners, 670, 696, 697.

326.
bill proposing a cession of the public lands, 741.

surplus revenue, 376.
bill for promoting trade with Belgium, 801, 806.

Texas, 419.
Cumberland road bill, 803, 806, 807.

land bill, 529, 530, 534, 758.
bill to increase the military establishment, 839.

counting the votes for President and Vice Presi-
bill for remission of duties on goods destroyed by

deni, 617, 698, 699, 700.
fire at New York, 849.

copy rights to foreigners, 670, 671.
reduction of tariff, 873, 882, 967.

distribution of books, 725.
United States and Mexico, 982.

bill to amend the act for the punishment of cer.
inauguration of President Van Buren, 992.

tain crimes against the United States, 801, 802.
distribution question, 993, 998, 1020, 1024.

reduction of tariff, 876.
recognising the independence of Texas, 1012.

inauguration of President Van Buren, 992.
Clayton, Mr., Delaware, on slavery in the District of Ilendricks, Mr., Indiana, on the expunging resolution,
Columbia, 777.

471.
the bill for amending the act for the punishment the Cumberland road bill, 802, 803, 804.
of certain crimes against the United States, 802.

the harbor bill, 1014.
Crittenden, Mr., Kentucky, on Treasury circular, 70. Hubbard, Mr., New Hampshire, on the Treasury cir-
the admission of Michigan, 290,

cular, 128, 778.
Joseph Nourse's claim, 645,

unexpended appropriations, 152, 165.
fortification bill, 794.

abolition in the District of Columbia, 507, 709.
armory bill, 798.

bill proposing a cession of the public lands, 752,
bill to pay Kentucky and Tennessee volunteers,

780, 792.
807.

bill for relief of the executris of R. W. Meade,
bill to increase the military establishment, 828.

846.

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gan, 256.

Kent, Mr., Maryland, announces the death of his col. , Prentiss, Mr., Vermont, on the bill to amend the act for
league, Mr. Goldsborough, 3.

the punishment of certain crimes against the
on abolition in the District of Columbia, 507,

United States, 801, 805.
511.

Preston, Mr., South Carolina, on the admission of Michi-
reduction of the tariff, 965.
King, Mr., Alabama, on unexpended appropriations, expunging resolution, 397.
160.

recognising the independence of Texas, 526, 797,
the land bill, 379, 513, 529, 562.

1010, 1013.
abolition in the District of Columbia, 509.

the marine corps, 535.
Treasury circular, 534, 562.

copy-rights to foreigners, 670, 697.
American Colonization Society, 568.

election of President and Vice President, 701.
King, Mr., Georgia, on the admission of Michigan, 321. abolition in the District of Columbia, 713.
land bill, 645, 660, 728, 731.

the distribution of books, 725.
abolition in the District of Columbia, 712, 716.

the Cumberland road bill, 803, 804.
distribution of books, 725.

bill to increase the military establishment, 839.
Knight, Mr., Rhode Island, on making annual statement on the late court of inquiry on General Scott,
of commerce and navigation, 5.

840, 841, 842, 845, 846.
the bill for the improvement of the useful arts, on Choctaw reservations of land, 854.
796.

on report of committee on Mr. Madison's wri.
armory bill, 800.

tings, 859.
reduction of the tariff, 965, 981.

reduction of tariff, 875, 928, 932, 957, 962.
Post Office bill, 1009.

Captain Hall's improved rifle, 991.
Linn, Mr., Missouri, on abolition in the District of Co-

distribution question, 996.
lumbia, 511.

Rives, Mr., Virginia, on public deposites, 89.
the land bill, 561, 696, 731, 734.

Treasury circular, 120, 343, 563, 635, 636.
land frauds, 666.

expunging resolution, 405.
the distribution of books, 726.

American Colonization Society, 568.
bill to increase the military establishıment, 830,

land bill, 663, 665.
837, 839.

abolition in the District of Columbia, 717, 720.
Captain Hall's improved rifle, 991.

on the late court of inquiry on General Scott, 843.
Lyon, Mr., Michigan, on the election of President and report of committee on Mr. Madison's writings,
Vice President, 700.

867.
harbor bill, 1015.

reduction of the tariff, 916.
Moore, Mr., Alabama, on the expunging resolution, distribution question, 996, 1025.
405.

navy appropriation bill, 1014.
land bill, 530, 672, 693, 728, 734.

Robbins, Mr., Rhode Island, on the publication of Mr.
bill to advance a million of dollars on the two per

Madison's writings, 849.
cent. land fund of Alabama and Mississippi, Robinson, Mr. Illinois, on the expunging resolution, 505,
986.

506.
,

land bill, 558.
Morris, Mr., Ohio, on the admission of Michigan, 168,

Post Office bill, 1009.
170, 206, 212.

Ruggles, Mr., Maine, on the Treasury circular, 375, 562.
expunging resolution, 505, 506.

land bill, 667, 668, 669, 693, 695, 726, 727.
abolition in the District of Columbia, 507, 509, the distribution of books, 726.
708, 709, 712.

bill for the improvement of the useful arts, 796.
land bill, 512, 529, 530, 557, 561, 666, 669. Sevier, Mr., Arkansas, on the land bill, 557, 663, 679,
in relation to W. B. Lloyd's memorial, 530.

696.
Treasury circular, 562, 636.

land frauds, 667, 732, 734.
Nicholas, Mr., Louisiana, on land frauds, 666.

the distribution of books, 726.
sick and disabled seamen, 692,

bill for ceding the public lands, 786.
Niles, Mr., Connecticut, on reduction of duties, 69.

reduction of tariff, 874.
Treasury circular, 104, 375, 778.

Southard, Mr., New Jersey, on the Treasury circular,
unexpended appropriations, 162.

172.
the admission of Michigan, 285.

abolition in the District of Columbia, 712, 713.
expunging resolution, 408.

fortification bill, 779, 794, 795.
abolition in the District of Columbia, 508.

bill for ceding the public lands, 790.
Jand bill, 693, 735.

reduction of the tariff, 967.
copy-rights to foreigners, 697.

memorial from Cherokee Indians, 1010.
bill for ceding the public lands, 740, 780.

supplying the committee rooms with certain
bill for the improvement of the useful arts, 796.

books, 1010.
report of committee on Mr. Madison's writings, Strange, Mr., North Carolina, on the admission of Michi.
862.

gan, 221, 305.
reduction of tariff, 877, 939, 953, 956, 962, 965. Treasury circular, 327.
distribution question, 998, 1008.

expunging resolution, 473.
Norvell, Mr., Michigan, on land bill, 667, 669, 735.

American Colonization Society, 567, 568.
election of President and Vice President, 698, bill for the improvement of the useful arts, 796.
699.

on the late court of inquiry on General Scott, 845.
bill for ceding the public lands, 784, 794.

reduction of the tariff, 923.
the Cumberland road bill, 803, 804.

Swift, Mr., Vermont, on the land bill, 727.
reduction of the tariff, 966.

petition from town of Georgia, Vermont, praying
recognising the independence of Texas, 1010.

for abolition in the District of Columbia, 739,
Parker, Mr., Virginis, on the bill to amend the act for

777.
the punishment of certain crimes against the the bill to amend the act for the punishment of
United States, 802.

certain crimes against the United States, 802.

Letcher, R. P., and T. P. Moore, a bill for the relief of, Presidential election; votes for the President and Vice
read the third time and passed, 1296.

President counted, 1656.
Light-boats; resolution on the expediency of placing Property lost in military service; several bills of this na-
them on sundry places, 1358; agreed to.

ture were taken up and considered, 1109; pass.
Light-houses, a bill making appropriations for ligbt.

ed, 1122.
houses, &c., 2149; passed.

Protective duties, (see Coal.)
Louisiana land office; a bill to establish it, 1516; passed. | Protection to commerce; a memorial from the merchants
Madison papers; a message from the President of the

of Boston, 1398; referred.
United States, calling the attention of Congress Receipts and expenditures of the Vaited States; & mo-
to their purchase and publication, 1047; refer.

tion to print 5,000 copies of the document re-
red to the Library Committee.

ferred to; motion rejected, 1162.
Marine hospitals, a bill to authorize the purchase of Reprinting documents; a resolution proposing to reprint
suitable sites for, 1909; passed.

sundry documents in relation to the reorganiza-
Members, list of, 1042.

tion of the Treasury Department, 1294; agreed
Mexico; a report and resolutions in relation to affairs be.

to in part, 1295.
tween that country and the United States, Right of petition; a resolution declaring slaves do not
1912.

possess the right, 1708; agreed to, 1733.
Michigan; message from the President, on its readiness to Rules; an alteration proposed, 1044.
be admitted into the Union, 1164.

Seamen; resolution proposing to instruct the Committee
a bill for admitting Michigan into the Union, 1312,

on Commerce to inquire into the expediency of
1414, 1434, 1479; passed.

repealing all laws protecting seamen, 1163;
Mileage and pay of members, a resolution respecting,

modified and agreed to, 1170.
1416, 1451; ordered to lie on the table, 1453; Silk; a report on the expediency of promoting the man-
further discussed, 1501.

ufacture of this article, 1943.
Mint; a bill to amend the act establishing a mint, and reg. Speaker; vote of thanks by the House, 2148; his address
ulating the coins of the United States, 1144;

to the House, 2157.
passed, 1424.

Standing committees appointed, 1048.
Military tactics; iwo resolutions-one in relation to im. Steamboat navigation; a committee appointed to examine
proved firearms, and the other relating to new

into its condition, 1113.
systems of exercise for the militia, 1311. Surplus revenue; a memorial from citizens of North Car-
Missouri (Washington county) Turnpike Company; a

olina on the subject, 1122.
bill to authorize said road, 1500; passed.

a bill to reduce the revenue to the wants of Gov.
National currency; a memorial from citizens of Pennsyl-

ernment, 1347.
vania, for an amendment of the constitution on Suspension of rules; a motion for this purpose; debate
this subject, 1178; referred, 1204.

on, 2094.
Navy; a bill making appropriations for the naval service Tariff; resolution proposed to instruct the Committee on
for 1837, 1130, 1563, 1759, 1883, 2098; passed.

Agriculture to inquire into the expediency of
a bill to enlist boys into the navy, 1510; passed,

abolishing the duty on foreign grain, &c., 1150;
2093.

laid on the table, 1161, 1504.
New York post office; a resolution proposing that the Tennessee land bill; a bill to amend the act to authorize
Post Office Committee inquire into the necessi-

the State of Tennessee to issue grants in cer-
ty of the erection of a fire-proof building, 1172;

tain cases, 1122.
agreed to.

Texas; a message from the President, in relation to that
Order, points of, 1156, 1312, 1314, 1316, 1317, 1318,

country, 1137; an extra number of it ordered
1319, 1320, 1340, 1345, 1349, 1350, 1351,

to be printed.
1352, 1383, 1398, 1411, 1425, 1426, 1427, petition praying for a recognition of its independ-
1430, 1431, 1432, 1433, 1434, 1479, 1502,
1504, 1509, 1514, 1515, 1516, 1556, 1585, resolution of a recognition of its independence,
1586, 1587, 1588, 1594, 1631, 1666, 1667,

1880.
1668, 1669, 1670, 1672, 1708, 1739, 1740, appropriation for a diplomatic agent, 2060; con-
1745, 1761, 1765, 1766, 1767, 1768, 1783,

curred in, 2066.
1785, 1797, 1815, 1816, 1817, 1827, 1829, Translators to the House; a resolation from the Commit-
1832, 1833, 1834, 1835, 1838, 1839, 1840,

tee on Private Claims, 1434; rejected.
1843, 1866, 1867, 1869, 1871, 1878, 1880, Virginia bounty lands; a proposition for allowing an sd-
1881, 1882, 1915, 1967, 1984, 2058, 2078,

ditional quantity, 2006; agreed to.
2079, 2080, 2089, 2094, 2096, 2098.

Waln, Robert, a bill for the relief of, 1573.
Pay and mileage; a bill to establish a more uniform rule West Point Academy; a committee proposed to inresti-
of computation, 1413; passed, 1414.

gate its affairs, 1119.
Pensioners, a bill making appropriations for the pay. a bill to provide for its support, 2072; passed.

ment of revolutionary and other pensioners, 1130. Western hospitals; resolution appointing a committee on
Pension system; a resolution instructing the Commiitee

establishing commercial hospitals on the West.
on Revolutionary Pensions to inquire into the

ern waters, 1120.
expediency of amending the 3d section of the act Western Indians; a bill for the protection of emigrant
granting balf pay to widows and orphans, 1173.

and other Indians, 1516.
Post Office building, a resolution respecting the insu- White, Colonel Antbony W., a bill for the relief of the
rance of, 1415; agreed to.

representatives of, 1109.
bills; a proposition to take them up on a certain Whitman, John; a report on his claim, 1306.
day, 1943; negatived.

Whitney, R. M., resolution stating bis refusal to attend
President's annual message received, (see Appendix.)

the committee of investigation, and requesting
do. referred to the appropriate committees, 1053.

such order to be taken thereon as the dignity
do. message in relation to Texas, 1137.

of the House requires, 1686; agreed to, 1707;
Presidential election; a message from the Senate, con-

R. M. W. appears, under the arrest of the Ser.
curring in the mode for counting out the voles,

geant-al-arms, 1735, 1760,
&c., 1582.

ence, 1754.

Committees, appointed, 1046.

Fortifications; a bill making appropriations for certain
Committee of investigation; complaint from members of

fortifications for 1837, 1130, 1920, 1958, 2095,
the committee, of a certain publication in the

2145; a committee of conference appointed be-
official journal, 1573.

tween the two Houses, 2148; the committee can-
Commerce and navigation; a report from the Secretary

not agree; the House refuses to recede from
of the Treasury on the subject, ordered to be

their disagreement.
printed, 2156.

Freedom of elections; notice of Mr. Bell of his intention
Contempts of the House a resolution proposed, to define

to introduce a bill to secure the freedom of
the offence; rejected, 1755.

elections, 1453, 1516.
Crary, Isaac E., appeared as the Representative from French spoliations prior to 1800; a motion to print a list
Michigan; took his seat, 1504.

of the claimants, 2141 ; agreed to.
Creek reservations; a bill to authorize sales of these Geological reconnoissance; a resolution proposing the
reservations, 2155.

printing of an extra number of a report on this
Crimes in the District of Columbia, stated in a message

subject, by Mr. Featherstonhaugi, 1163; re-
from the President United States, 1412; re-

ferred to Library Committee.
ferred to the Judiciary Committee.

General Post Office; a message from the President, en-
Cumberland road; a resolution from the State of Illinois,

closing a document from the Postmaster Gen-
in relation to this road, 1132.

eral, 1128; referred.
a bill for its continuance, 2072; passed, 2076. Harbor bill, 1991, 2059, 2146; passed.
Currency bill; a bill designating the funds receivable Herod, William from Illinois, appeared and took his seat,
for the revenue, 2085; passed, 2090.

in the place of the late Mr. Kinnard, 1451.
Dana, N. & L.; a bill to refund certain duties paid on Indian affairs; a bill to regulate the disposition of the
salt, 1388; bill rejected, 1420.

proceeds of lands ceded by Indian tribes, 1130;
a motion to reconsider the above vote of re-

passed.
jection; bill laid on the table, 1512.

a bill making appropriations for the suppression of
Dawson, William C., a new member from Georgia,

Indian hostilities, 1130; passed.
elected to supply the place of General Coffee, a bill making appropriations for the current ex-
deceased, took his seat, 1156.

penses of the Indian department, 1130; passed.
Decatur, Susan; a resolution granting her a pension, resolution proposing to instruct the Commitee on
1571; passed.

Indian Affairs to inquire into the expediency of
Deposile banks; a resolution calling on the Secretary of

appropriating money to hold treaties and pur-
the Treasury to communicate the dividends and

chase lands from the Sac, Fox, Sioux, and
surpluses remaining in the several deposite

Winnebago Indians, 1148; agreed to, 1150.
banks, for the years 1833, '34, '35, and '36, hostilities; à bill for additional appropriations,
1177, 1212; agreed to, 1226.

2075; passed.
Dickson, David, late a Representative from Mississippi; Indian appropriation bill for the year 1837, 1515, 1525;
his death announced by his colleague, Mr. Clai.

passed, 1554.
borne, and a resolution passed for wearing Investigation reports and resolutions in relation to the de-
crape for one month, in testimony of respect for

posite banks, 2076; ordered to be printed, 2093.
his memory, 1045.

Jones, John Paul; resolution requesting the President to
Distribution surplus; a resolution directing the Commit.

prosecute with effect the claim of the United
tee of Ways and Means to report a bill to amend

States against Denmark, for the value of prizes
the 13th section of the act of last session to regu-

made by Jones in 1779, 1754; referred to the
late the deposites of public money, by releasing

Committee on Foreign Affairs.
the several states from any obligation to return Journals, on keeping of; a resolution offered on the sub-
the same, 1051; ordered to lie on the table.

ject, 1998.
Distribution question; a motion on the subject, 1926, Judicial system; a bill supplemental to an act to amend
1958; bill passed, 1991.

the same, 214.7.
Durett, Louis, a bill for the relief of the heirs of, 1216. Kern and George; their memorial, as clerks, for a settle-
Duties, amount of; a resolution calling on Secretary of

ment, 1567, 1572; laid on the table, 1573.
the Treasury for the amount of duty collected Kilbourn, David, a bill for the relief of, 1571; passed,
on salt, &c., 1162; agreed to.

1573.
discriminating; a bill repealing them on Dutch Kinnard, George L., late a member from Indiana; bis
and Belgian vessels, 2093; passed.

death announced by his colleague, Mr. Davis,
Elsineur, a petition relative to the quarantine at, 1427.

and the usual mourning ordered, 1047.
Executive administration; so much of the President's Knox, Andrew; a bill for bis relief, 1555; read a third
message as relates to the executive departments

time and passed, 1556.
referred to select committee, 1057.

Land bounty; a resolution instructing the Commiilee on
departments; a resolution proposing the appoint-

Public Lands to inquire into the expediency of
ment of a committee to inquire into the con-

providing by law a bounty for disbanded of-
duct of the different departments, 1170, 1399,

ficers, 1175; laid on the table.
1572; agreed to.

Lands, public; a resolution directing the Committee on
report from the above committee ordered to be

Public Lands to inquire into the expediency of
printed, 2143.

prohibiting by law the purchase of land at auc-
Exploring expeditian; resolution calling on the President

tion, with a view to forfeit them, and then ob.
for information of its progress, 1570; agreed to.

tain them at Government price, 1204; agreed
Fire companies in the District of Columbia; a bill to or-

to, 1205.
ganize them, passed, 2092.

a resolution for appointing a select committee to
Foreign grain; Committee on Agriculture were instruct.

inquire into the expediency of granting to the
ed to inquire into the expediency of abolishing

several states their just portion of the public
the duties on it, 1050.

lands, 1242.
Foreign consuls; resolution directing the Committee on a bill to probibit the sales of public lands except
Foreigo Affairs to inquire into the expediency

to actual settlers in limited quantities, 2091; laid
of abolishing the office of agent of claims at

on the table,
Paris and London, 1172.

Letcher, R. P., and T. P. Moore, a bill for the relief of, Presidential election; votes for the President and Vice
read the third time and passed, 1296.

President counted, 1656.
Light-boats; resolution on the expediency of placing Properly lost in military service; several bills of this na-
them on sundry places, 1358; agreed to.

ture were taken up and considered, 1109; pass-
Light-houses, a bill making appropriations for light-

ed, 1122.
houses, &c., 2149; passed.

Protective duties, (see Coal.)
Louisiana land office; a bill to establish it, 1516; passed. Protection to commerce; a memorial from the merchants
Madison papers; a message fron. the President of the

of Boston, 1398; referred.
United States, calling the attention of Congress Receipts and expenditures of the United States; a mo-
to their purchase and publication, 1047; refer.

tion to print 5,000 copies of the document re-
red to the Library Committee.

ferred to; motion rejected, 1162.
Marine hospitals, a bill to authorize the purchase of Reprinting documents; a resolution proposing to reprint
suitable sites for, 1909; passed.

sundry documents in relation to the reorganiza-
Members, list of, 1042.

tion of the Treasury Department, 1294; agreed
Mexico; a report and resolutions in relation to affairs be-

to in part, 1295.
tween that country and the United States, Right of petition; a resolution declaring slaves do not
1912.

possess the right, 1708; agreed to, 1733.
Michigan; message from the President, on its readiness 10 Rules; an alteration proposed, 1044.
be admitted into the Union, 1164.

Seamen; resolution proposing to instruct the Committee
a bill for admitting Michigan into the Union, 1312,

on Commerce to inquire into the expediency of
1414, 1434, 1479; passed.

repealing all laws protecting seamen, 1165;
Mileage and pay of members, a resolution respecting,

modified and agreed to, 1170.
1416, 1451; ordered to lie on the table, 1453; Silk; a report on the expediency of promoting the man-
further discussed, 1501.

ufacture of this article, 1943.
Mini; a bill to amend the act establishing a mint, and reg. Speaker; vote of thanks by the House, 2148; his address
ulating the coins of the United States, 1144;

to the House, 2157.
passed, 1424.

Standing committees appointed, 1048.
Military tactics; iwo resolutions--one in relation to im. Steamboat navigation; a committee appointed to examine
proved firearms, and the other relating to new

into its condition, 1113.
systems of exercise for the militia, 1311.

Surplus revenue; a memorial from citizens of North Car-
Missouri (Washington county) Turnpike Company; a

olina on the subject, 1122.
bill to authorize said road, 1500; passed.

a bill to reduce the revenue to the wants of Gov-
National currency; a memorial from citizens of Pennsyl-

ernment, 1347.
vania, for an amendment of the constitution on

Suspension of rules; a motion for this purpose; debate
this subject, 1178; referred, 1204.

on, 2094.
Navy; a bill making appropriations for the naval service Tariff; resolution proposed to instruct the Committee on
for 1837, 1130, 1563, 1759, 1883, 2098; passed.

Agriculture to inquire into the expediency of
a bill to erilist boys into the navy, 1510; passed,

abolisbing the duty on foreign grain, &c., 1150;
2093.

laid on the table, 1161, 1504.
New York post office; a resolution proposing that the Tennessee land bill; a bill to amend the act to authorize
Post Office Committee inquire into the necessi-

the State of Tennessee to issue grants in cer-
ty of the erection of a fire-proof building, 1172;

tain cases, 1122
agreed to.

Texas; a message from the President, in relation to that
Order, points of, 1156, 1312, 1314, 1316, 1317, 1318,

country, 1137; an extra number of it ordered
1319, 1320, 1340, 1345, 1349, 1350, 1351,

to be printed.
1352, 1383, 1398, 1411, 1425, 1426, 1427, petition praying for a recognition of its independ-
1430, 1431, 1432, 1433, 1434, 1479, 1502,

ence, 1754.
1504, 1509, 1514, 1515, 1516, 1556, 1585, resolution of a recognition of its independence,
1586, 1587, 1588, 1594, 1631, 1666, 1667,

1880.
1668, 1669, 1670, 1672, 1708, 1739, 1740,

appropriation for a diplomatic agent, 2060; con-
1745, 1761, 1765, 1766, 1767, 1768, 1783,

curred in, 2066.
1785, 1797, 1815, 1816, 1817, 1827, 1829, Translators to the House; a resolation from the Commit-
1832, 1833, 1834, 1835, 1838, 1839, 1840,

tee on Private Claims, 1434; rejected.
1843, 1866, 1867, 1869, 1871, 1878, 1880, Virginia bounty lands; a proposition for allowing an ad-
1881, 1882, 1915, 1967, 1984, 2058, 2078,

ditional quantity, 2066; agreed to.
2079, 2080, 2089, 2094, 2096, 2098.

Waln, Robert, a bill for the relief of, 1573.
Pay and mileage; a bill to establish a more uniform rule West Point Academy; a committee proposed to investi-
of computation, 1413; passed, 1414.

gate its affairs, 1119.
Pensioners, a bill making appropriations for the pay a bill to provide for its support, 2072; passed.

ment of revolutionary and other pensioners, 1130. Western hospitals; resolution appointing a committee on
Pension system; a resolution instructing the Committee

establishing commercial hospitals on the West-
on Revolutionary Pensions to inquire into the

ern waters, 1120.
expediency of amending the 3d section of the act Western Indians; a bill for the protection of emigrant
granting balf pay to widows and orphans, 1173.

and other Indians, 1516.
Post Office building, a resolution respecting the insu. White, Colonel Anthony W., a bill for the relief of the
rance of, 1415; agreed to.

representatives of, 1109.
bills; a proposition to take them up on a certain whitman, John; a report on his claim, 1306.
day, 1943; negatived.

Whitney, R. M., resolution stating his refusal to attend
President's annual message received, (see Appendix.)

ihe committee of investigation, and requesting
do. referred to the appropriate committees, 1053.

such order to be taken thereon as the dignity
do. message in relation to Texas, 1137.

of the House requires, 1686; agreed to, 1707;
Presidential election; a message from the Senate, con-

R. M. W. appears, under the arrest of the Ser.
curring in the mode for counting out the voles,

geant-at-arms, 1735, 1760.
&c., 1582.

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