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17, 82

BiNs passed, 103, 107, 103, 124, 130, 132, 149, 163, 178, 209, 212

220, 233, 255, 259, 292, 299, 300, 310, 319, 323, 329, 331
335, 338, 312, 353, 333. 363, 377, 390, 33. 121,423, 131

411, 451, 457, 463, 478 491 47 514, 547, 53, 536, 516
Bills reported, 79, 81, $2.86.92 93. 96. 97, 9, 103, 104, 107, 10)

112, 117, 120, 122 124. 126, 129, 130, 132, 133, 141, 143
149, 149, 153. 159, 162, 164. 160, 171, 174, Tot 10, 203
207, 209, 212 219, 220, 221, 225 2.0, 229, 230, 238, 244
230, 255, 259, 263, 274, 277, 278, 281, 224, 229, 291, 294
299, 302, 306, 310, 315, 319, 320, 321,327, 331, 333
337,311, 342, 351, 355, 359, 363, 379, 3.2, 377, 376, 350
393, 398, 402, 107, 108, 114, 419, 4.5, 12131, 133, 139
411, 114, 448, 455, 457, 459, 461, 173. 176.492.481, 437

490, 493, 499, 514, 515, 21, 33, 7:4, 533
Bloodhounds in Florida against Seminolevu. Cuply.
m nt of, 183, 195, 201, 203, 27, 220, 225 226, 228, 233

253, 259, 274, 321, 390, 430, 457
remarks of Mr. Benton

133
Mr. Buchanan

13
Mr. Lumpkin

. 183
Mr. Preston .

103
Bounty lands, bill to revive an act author.ug Cu!.n sola

diers in the late warto en Tunter bile, uriwn by

them, and locale others in liebereo!
Bounty land warranis for military service during the last

war with Great Britain, bill to provide for Bil'isfying
outstanding claims to

403, 102, 490, 523
Brant, Lieut. Co resolution calling for information relative
to court martial of

10, 86
Brown, Bedford, of North Carolina, 1, 92, 153, 160, 186, 189, 19

201, 244, 306, 333, 352, 522
his remarks on abolition of slavery

183, 159
Buchanan, James, of Pennsylvania, 1, 54, 76, 81, 83, 85, 102

D3, 111, 12, 122, 121, 126, 127, 130, 133, 34, 143
159, 171, 176, 183, 181, 187, 188, 189, 197, 19, 201
203 205, 207, 215 220, 223, 224, 225, 226, 22, 230, 213
244, 259, 274, 277, 294, 295, 311, 302, 305, 320, 321, 322
335.341, 312, 354, 363. 378, 334, 357, 393, 333, 421, 425
425, 43), 131,4 9, 144, 145, 446, 137, 133, 165, 166, 167
476,478, 432, 454, 487, 455, 491, 432, 46, OUJ, 510, 512
514, 516, 518, 5:9, 322, 521, 527, 525, 534, 535, 536, 542

543
his remarks on Maine boundary line, 122, 126, 127. 322.

323,503
his remarks on silk importation

143, 304
his remarks on employment of bloodhounds in the
Florida war

183
his remarks on abolition of slavery

188, 189
his remarks on adjournment of Congress 296, 496
his remarks on boundary line of lowa and Missouri 110
his remarks un general bankrupt law

415, 446
. his remarks on bill to charter the several banks in

the District of Columbia . 465, 466, 467, 512
his remarks un navy appropriation bill

his remarks on army appropriation bill 535 653, 513
Buffalo, bill for the relielof the owners of the schooner 542
Buildings, communication from the Commissioner of 20
Business or Congress, joint resolution in relation to the 530

603

507

tie

Clay, Clement C. of Alabama

his remarks on adjournment of Congress 250, 251, 274
his remarks on Male byundary line

. 322
his remarks on mileage bill

459
his remaiks on bill to cucorporate the Bank of the
District of Combia

461, 468
his remarks in relativa to misstatement in ile Nation
al Inteligencer

463, 170, 471
his remarks on bill to charter the several banks in the
District of Columbia.

165, 503
his remarks o. Navy üppropriation bill

· 521
his remarks on buito conunue and alier the charter
of the city 01 Washington, DC.

531, 538
Clay, Henry, of Kentucky, 1, 46, 96, 97, 103, 1:3, 124, 125, 129

130, 133, 145, 149, 159, 161, 157, 191, 19, 201, 2011, 208
2 9,212, 214, 230, 255, 28, 291, 297, 296 293, 312, 310
311, 319, 320, 321, 3:6, 337, 333, 312, 3.1, 352, 363, 392
393, 43, 405, 407, 431, 133, 134, 441, 411, 415, 16, 167
470, 471, 473, 193, 53, 5:14, 305, 307, 510.5'2 515, 516

318,519, 51, 522
his remarks on bill to cele the public lens to the
Stales in wich they lie

96, 97, 202 203
his remarks on America Silk S ciety

. 124
his rernarks on M1 boundary me. 125.322 323
his remarks on bill to purcnase Louisville and Port
land Canal stock

155, 159
his remarks on abolition of slavery

187, 191
his remarks on the adjournment of Congress • 250
his remarks on gencral batikrupt law •

• 315
his remarks on mileage bill

460, 518
his remarks on reporun National Intelligencer in re.

lation to the remarks of Mr. Clay, of Alubama, 470, 471
his remarks on bill to incorporate the several banks
of the District of Columbia

003, 501, 506, 597
his remarks on Navy appropriation bill

521
Clayton, Thomas of Delaware, 1, 104, 14., 219, 220, 229, 238

243, 291, 33, 363, 390, 407, 409, 423, 414, 416, 505518
his remarks on gelierul bankrup law

. 315
bill to incorporate the uvural bruks in the District
of Columbia

596
Clinch, General Duncan L. bill for the relief of, 419, 421, 928

133, 115, 454
Coal, drawback on foreign, resolution in relation to .229
Coin, l'illo prevent the coun:erleiding us any foreign cop

per, gold, silver, or other, etc. · 76, 79, 61, 99, 103
Commerce, the Counnittee on

30, 51, 54
regulation of forein

176, 177
remarks by Jir. Bunion

176, 177
Commissions lu ayenis and allorneys of persons in whose

lavus awards have bea made, etc. bill to authorize
the payment of, equitable

12, 3-7, 390
Committee appointment of the star ding 50, 51, 54, 56
Congress, bill fixing the une for the meeting of the next, 269
Congress of Nations. (See Nations)
Constitution of the United States, joint resolu'ion to amend

42, 85, 221, 224, 441, 514, 516
Contingent expenses of the Senate, Conwalilee on the 51
Cookman, Rev. Ir. elecíed Charlain

. 93
Coosa land district, bili 10 annex a certain tract of land to
Iho

315, 303, 510
Copy light, bill to amend the act entitled an act to amenu
the several acts respecting

96, 103, 107
Courts, bill to arrange the circuits of the Federal

278
Crimes against the Unit d States, ard for other purposes,

bisimore efluctually to povide for the punisia Dent
of certain

76, 79, 61, 3, 244, 470, 482
Crittenden, John J. of Kentucky, 1, 11, 79, 86, 87, 92, 103, 107

108, 109, 116, 121, 129, 155, 153, 159, 160, 166, 178
201, 213, 220, 223, 231, 233, 211, 321, 325, 331, 341
312, 352, 270, 37, 38, 39, 392, 333, 414, 422 423
423, 433, 439, 441, 415, 410, 450, 459, 400, 476, 477

478, 479. 433, 515, 610, 518, 519 523
his remarks on bill to authorize the purchase of the
Louisville and Portland canal stock

• 159
his remarks on bill to conunue the olice of Commig.
missioner of Pensions

• 235
his remarks on sale or eschange of Treasury drafts, 388
his remarks on bill for the relief of the floward Insti:

turion of Washingw, D. C.
his remarks 09 general bankrupt bill

479
Croghan, Gencral, bill for the relies of

79
Cumberland road, bill and resolution for conti uation of

the, 79. 85117, 153, 176, 277, 291, 292, 297, 298, 299, 302
Cuthbert, Alfred, of Georgia, 126, 239, 277, 321), 42, 431, 400

5.1. 5:22
his remarks on nivy appropriation bill

D.
Dade Institute, bill granting one township or land to Territ y

of Florida, for the establishment of the . 112, 364
Davis, Joln of nassachuset's. 1, 2 50, 60, 79, 81, 82, 85, 888

92 93, 103, 104, 107, 109, 117, 120, 122, 127, 1:9, 130, 111
143, 148, 155, 113, 185, 1-6. 199. 201, 91. 209, 218, 220
225, 226, 229, 230, 214, 262, 274, 21, 22, 291, 293, 301
309, 317, 315, 327, 330, 331, 375, 377, 393, 402, 405, 407
409, 421, 435, 424, 131, 453, 151, 462, 471,473, 174, 432
488, 492, 493, 496, 501, 510, 512, 514,516, 319, 623, 529

530, 533, 534, 537, 535, 512, 513
his remarks on Maine boundary line
bis remarks on general appropriation bill

375
his remarks on mileage bill

459, 518
his remarks on b:ll to incorporate the several banks

in the District of Corumbia
his remarks on prinung report from the Secretary of

the Treasury in relazion to custom-house officers,
lonnage. &c.

530
his remarks on army appropriation bril

513
Dear and dumo persons, bili ior ihe education and instruc.

tion of .
Debenture on exportation of foreign merchandise in cer?

120, 212
can cases, bil to ex endine privilig- of 330, 514
Debt io ceriain cases, bil, &, upislementary in the air in

abolish imprisonment for, 120, 201, 233, 231, 233, 482
remarks by Mr. Norreil.

120,231
Debtors to the United States, bill to extend for a longer time

the several acts now in in force for the relief of in.
solvent

233,238
Defaulters (see money.)

Defences of the country, bill to provide for the, on western
borders of Louisiana, Missouri and Arkansas, 17, 104

120, 524, 525
remarks by Mr. Calhoun

525
Mr. Pierce
Mr. Preston

6:26
Despatch, lill for the relief of the British brig

236
Dickins, Asbury, elected Secretary of the Senate
District of Columbia, committee on the

64
bill providing for the summary collection of the
notes of the banks of the

1, 82, 103, 152, 229
bill concerning the estates of insants and lunatics in
the

93, 149
bill authorizing the granting of letters testamentary,

and of adontoista:ion lo aliens in the 149, 390, 392
bill 10 authorise the erection of a hospital at Wash-
ington in the

162
bill to regulate the issuing and circulating of bank
paper in the

139, 171, 172, 184, 229, 262, 267
bill for the benefit of the Howard Institution of
Washington in the

160, 419, 121, 422, 423
Remarks by Wr. Allen

421
Mr. Crittenden

422, 423
Mr. Henderson

421, 422
Mr. Hubbard

421, 422 423
Mr. Lumpkin

421
Mr. Merrick.

421, 423
Mr. Smith of Connecticut

423
bill to alter and amend the charter of Washington
in, &c.

226, 233, 444, 524, 530, 534,1533
remarks by Mr. Allen

631
Mr. Clay of Alabama

534, 533
Mr. Knight

534
Mr. Merrick

634, 538
Mr. Norvell

631, 533
Mr. Tappan

534
Mr. Walker

• 534
marine hospital at Alexandria, in the

244
bill to incorporate and extend the charters of the

several lanks in the. 23, 310.454, 461, 463, 164, 465
446, 167, 168, 503, 504 515,50 1.547, 510, 515. 321, 522

624. 525. 527. 530, 539. 512, 543
Remarks by Mr. Allen, 298, 463, 465, 603, 606, 639

512. 613
Mr. Benton

464, 463, 505
Mr. Buchanan

465, 466, 167, 542, 643
Mr. Calhoun

5414. 507
Mr. Clay of Alabama

467, 503, 504, 542
Mr. Clay of Kentucky

503, 501, 506, 607
Mr. Clayron

. 505
Mr. Davis
Mr. Grundy

463, 463, 539
Mr. lenderson

506
Mr. Hubbard
Mr. King

4€3, 465
Mr. Lion

• 504
Mr. Merrick

298, 463,464, 539
Mr. Norvell

506, 507
Mr. Smith of Connecueut

464 464,501
Mr. Smith of Indiara

466, 504,506
Mr. Sulthard

. 466
Mr. Strange

545, 507
Mr. Tappa,

464, 604, 507, 539, 512
Mr. Walker

603, 505 508
Mr. Wall

505,507
Mr. White of Indiana
Mr. Wright

503, 504, 606, 539
bill 10 ir corporate the Bank of the, 310, 324, 460, 161, 463
Remarks by Mr. Alien

469
Mr. Benton

461, 463
Mr. Clay of Alabama

461, 468
Mr Grundy

.463
Mr. Merrick

461, 468
Mr. Norvell
Mr. Pierce

• 468
Mr. Tappan

461, 468
Mr. Wall

469
blll supplementary to the aet for the erection of a
couri house at Alexandria, in the

363
bill for lighting the Capitol, President's square, and
Pennsylvania avenue

303
bill to amend the charter of Alexandria, in the, 378, 419
of Georgetuwn, in the

• 459
bill to remove restrictions upon discounung notes and

other securities in the

joine res lution to recharter the banks in the, 635, 539. 512
Dixon, Nathan F. of Rhode Island. 95.22, 23, 244, 33, 358, 263

373, 379, 357, 391, 405, 182, 627
his remarks on bill to cede the public lands to the Biales
in which they lic

202
his remarks on hour of meeting of the Senate • 391
his remarks on general bankrupllaw -

452
Documentary History of ihe United States, by Messe Clark

and Force, resolution relative to the : 877, 378, 393
Temarks by Mr Buchanan

• 378
Mr. Hubbard

• 3,8
Mr. King

• 377
Mr. Sevier

· 379
Mr. Tappan

377
Documents free of postage, bill to authorize the transmis.
Bion of certain

· 274
Drawbacks of duues on merchandise, &c. bill to allow, 104, 270

294, 291
Duties, hill to remit such, cancelsuch bonds as have been

required of persons engaged in the whale fishery, and
to restrain all furure exacuons of donies of Fuch ves-

sels and their cargoes 20,79 30, 107, 122, 124, 299
Eagle Railroad and Lumber Coinpany, bill for the relief of
the

. 230
Elections, bill to prevent the interference of ceriain Federal
offi erg in

· 116
Engrossed bilis, the committee on
Enlistments into the army and navy, bill to regulate 407, 425, 464
Eliterprise, resolutions in relation w seizure and defertion
of ship.

233, 27, 320
Expenses of the Government from 1924 to 1939, inclusive,

report from Secretary of the Treasury in relation
10 ihe

378, 379
renarks by Mr. Benton

379
Exports and imports

$6

. 506

. 469

• 630

422, 423

с
Calhoun, John C. of South Carolina, 1, 75, 81, 85, 92, 96, 103

110, 112, 117, 120, 121, 11A, 113, 149, 162, 101, 187, 183
191, 193 2.8, 225, 23, 233, 214, 2.30. 23, 267, 281, 299
301, 320, 335, 33 345, 372, 371, 352, 357, 3.5, 401, 403
407. 405, 414. 431, 433, 44, 459, 471, 176, 478, 182, 988
492, 493, 469, 49, 502 503, 504. 507 510, 512, 516 513

519,521,572 525, 530, 535, 535, 539, 52, 543
his remarks on hill 19 cede the puud lauls to the
States in which they lie

96, 97, 202, 203
iis remarks on American Silk Society

121, 334
his remarks on abhion of slavery 187, 198, 191
his rencarks on mileage bill

439, 518
his remarks on bill to incorporate the several banks in
the District of Columbia

501, 506, 507
his remarks on Navy Appropritsion bill 521, 522
his remarks on detences of the country, &c. • 620
his remarks on printing report fruim the Secretary of

the Treasury in relation to custom house officers,

tonnage, &c.
Call, Richard K. resolution for information as regards re.
moval of as Governor of Florida

149, 162
bill for the relier of

345, 378
Census, bill to amend the act to provide for taking thosisih,

112 166, 178, 220
joint resolution in relation to

. 161
Chaplain, election of

76 93
Rev. Mr. Cookman elected

93
Charleston, S. C. bill for the relief of the vestry and church.
wardens of St. Philips, at

147, 335, 338
Cherokee warriors, bill to provide for the allowance vi in.
valid pensions to certain

521, 623
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal stock standing in the name or

the United States, joint resolution directing the
transfer of the, lo state of Maryland, 621, 535, 536

538
remarks by Mr. Benton

533
Mr. Calhoun .

. 539
Mr. Merrick

539
Chicago and Galena Railroad Company, bill granting the

right of way over the public lands to cho 112, 120
Circuit Courts of ihe United States for Michigan, &c. (See

United States )
Claims, the commilies on

64
against the United States, bill to estalilish a board of
commisssioners to hear and determine, 32, 60, 79, 81

93, 143, 113, 149, 153
yeas and nays on engrossing

• 149
Clay, Clement C of Alabama. I, 12. 17 54, 56 76.81, 83. 85, 92

9.96 93 103, 104, 105, 117, 110, 111, 112, 120 122, 123
126, 13, 143, 149, 153 155 153. 159. 10), 152, 101, 106
171, 172, 176, 13, 154, 19), 2.7. 213 219, 20, 21, 25
229, 23), 233 2:34, 235, 215. 2.) 263, 207, 274, 277, 278
2:9, 291, 292, 293, 297, 243, 299, 312, 31., 318, 321, 3:1
830, 331, 335 311, 312, 345, 331, 302, 370, 398, 9422 426
431, 439, 414, 418, 451, 457. 459. 463), 461, 46? 163, 1655
467, 468, 470, 471, 473,493 503, 501, 510, 511, 512 514
515, 516, 518, 519, 521, 5:22, 524, 525, 527, 534, 535, 538

312, 543
his remarks on boundary line of lora and Vissoul : 111
bis remarks on bill to continue the office oí Commia.

sioner of Pensions

.

521, 622

231, 235

. 98
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500.5):

• 529

5, 504,58

Extra allowances to officers of the Senate and Capitol, reso-
lution for

537

F.
Falmouth and Alexandria Railroad Company, bill giving

the assent of Congress to an act of the General As-
sembly of Virginia, incorporating the 63, 82, 149, 403

476
Ferrier, Louis, Baron de, bill for the relief of the assignees
of

86
Finance, the Committee on

54
Fisheries and fishing bounties: (see Salt.)
Florida Territory, bill for the armed occupation and settle-

mont of that part of, which is now overrun and in-
fested by marauding bands of hostile Indiang, 20,96

105, 107, 109, 113 117, 127, 130, 303
bill providing for the enlistment of 1.500 men for de
fence of

164, 302, 305, 310, 330
employment of bloodhounds in, against seminole In-

dians; (see Bloodhounds.)
bill for division of, and admission of Statos of East
and West Florida

112, 244, 499
bill for admission of, into the Union, on certain condi.
tions

185, 186, 259, 306, 499
Remarks by Mr. Clay of Alabama

156
Mr. Davis

185, 186
Mr. Merrick

186
Mr. Sevier

186
Mr. Tappan

186
Mr. Walker -

186
resolution to procure the passage of a law to autho-

rise the sale of certain lots in the town of St.

Marks, in
Foreign books for the library, exchange of extra copies of
books for

530, 534
Foreign relations, committee on

54
Fortifications, bill making appropriations for certain
French ship Alexandre, bill to authorise the Secretary of

the Treasury to refund duties collected on, 184, 419, 421
Fugitives from justice, resolutions of Georgia Legislature
in relation to

257, 258, 259
Remarks by Mr. Lumpkin

• 257
Mr. Williams

• 259
Fulton, Robert, relief of heirs of

255, 455, 468, 473
Fulton, William S. of Arkansas, 1, 17, 82, 83, 92, 103, 104, 112

120, 122, 130, 132, 153, 159, 161, 162, 171, 181, 198, 201, 220
282, 284, 306, 324, 341, 368, 363, 439, 441, 455, 462,516, 521

537, 538

G
Gainesville and Narketa Railroad Company, hill for the re-
lief of the -

12, 86, 117
Galena Railroad Company, bill in relation to the

99, 120
Gehan. Francis, late marshal of Territory of Wisconsin,

bill to authorise the accounting officers of the Trea.
sury Department to settle the accounts of

• 471
Geological and mineralogical survey of the mineral region

of Iowa and Wisconsin
Grundy, Felix. of Tennessee, 95, 98, 103, 104, 105, 117, 120, 122

124, 129, 130, 133, 143, 149, 153, 155, 158, 164, 171, 176
178, 213, 224, 225, 230, 231, 235, 238, 243, 244, 259, 263
267, 274, 277, 279, 29), 311, 318, 319, 321, 341, 363, 3:3
425, 434, 444, 445, 459, 461, 463, 465, 471, 492, 196,515

516,518, 521,522, 523, 527, 530, 534, 537, 533, 539
his remarks on bill to cede public lands to the Stales
in which they lie

98
his remarks on Tennessee instructions

117
his remarks on American Silk Society

. 124
his remarks on bill to continue office of Commission-
er of Pensions

231
his remarks on adjournment of Congress 274, 496
his remarks on milearn bill

459
his remarks on bill to i.corporate the several banks
of the District of Columbia

463, 465
his remarks on bill to incorporate bank of District of

Columbia

his remarks on navy appropriation bill
Guiana, bill regulating commercial intercourse with the
colony of Cayenne in French

• 212

H
Haight, Stephen, elected Sergeant-at-arms and doorkeeper - 32
Hals, duty on foreign articles connected with the manufac-
ture of

363, 403, 455
Hazard's United States Commercialand Statistical Register, 201
Henderson, John, of Mississippi, 46, 103, 117, 120, 124, 127, 130

133, 141, 143, 149, 161, 225, 220, 229, 230, 239, 250, 259
274, 289, 292, 307, 311, 317, 319, 320, 321, 325, 335, 312
353, 338, 390, 393, 407, 415, 419, 121, 422, 428, 482, 486

487, 188, 503, 506, 510, 512, 514,521, 522, 536, 539, 543
his remarks on sale or exchange of Treasury drails - 333
his remarks on bill for the relies of the Howard Insti-
tution of Washington, D. C.

421, 422
his remarks on general bankrupt law

486
his remarks on bill to incorporate the several banks
of the District of Columbia

• 506
his remarks on navy appropriation bill

521, 522
Hubbard, Henry, of New Hampshire, 1, 6, 17, 32, 54, 60, 79

SO, 81, 83, 85, 86, 91, 93, 102, 103, 104, 105, 107, 108, 117
120, 122, 124, 126, 129, 130, 139, 143, 148, 149, 153, 158
159, 162, 164, 166, 171, 172, 181, 193, 203, 207, 203, 209
213, 218, 223, 229, 230, 238, 255, 263, 267, 274, 277, 278
279, 281, 271, 292, 294, 295, 26, 302, 306, 30., 317, 318
319, 324, 330, 331, 335, 337, 336, 342, 345, 345, 351, 352
854, 353, 363, 375, 377, 378, 382, 385, 357, 391, 393, 398
402, 403, 405, 407, 408, 414, 419, 421, 422 423, 426, 428
433, 441, 444, 445, 454, 455, 459, 473, 476, 479, 482, 484
487, 493 496, 499, 503, 507, 510, 512, 514, 515, 518, 522

523, 527, 530, 535, 537, 543, 546
his remarks on abolition of slavery

193
his remarks on bill to continue the office of Commis-
sioner of Pensions

231
his remarks on adjournment of Congress 250, 274, 496
his remarks on drawbacks on duties, &c.
his remarks on general appropriation bill

375
his remarks on bill for the relief of Howard Institu-
tion of Washington, D. C.

421, 422, 423
his remarks on general bankrupt law 445, 479, 482
his remarks on mileage bill

459
his remarks on bill to incorporate the several banks
of the District of Columbia

• 507
his remarks on army appropriation bill

94, 96

Huntington, Jabez W. of Connecticut, 433, 146, 477, 478, 493

496, 499, 503, 510, 514,516, 519, 530, 535
his remarks on printing report from Secreiary of the

Treasury in relation to custom.house officers, ton.
rage, &

530
his remarks on army appropriation bill

• 535

I.
Illinois, bill granting the right of way through the public
lande, to the Stat: of

75, 42, 536
bill to establish an additional pension agency at
Springfield, in

212
bill granung a section of land for schools in St. Clair
County, in

319, 503, 510
Imports and exports

86, 401
Imports, bill to ensure the more faithful execution of the
laws relating to the collection of duties on, 413, 493, 496

439, 503, 510 512,514
Indiana, bill to contirm to the State of the lands selected by

her for the Wabash and Erie Caral, &c. 107, 330, 337
Indian A trarrs, Committee on

51
joint resolution to continue two clerks employed in
the office of Commissioner of

363
Indian depredantons, bill for the payment of damages to in-

dividuals who had suffered losses by.. 104, 263, 278, 279
Indian reservations, bill to grant other lands to the inhabi.
tants of townships deprived of the 16th section, by · 455

457
Ind ans west of Arkansas and Missouri, bill for the protec-
tion of emigrant and other

126, 139, 140
Indian, bill to provide compensation for injuries to pro.

perty commilied by marauding
Indian wars since 1530, bill for the relief of persons who
have sustained dainage by

86, 277
Independent Treasury bill. (See Money.)
Internal improvement, bill making gran's of public lands

to certain States, for purposes of - · 12, 81, 120, 212
Iowa, bill to define and establish the southern bour.dary
line of Territory of

20, 46, 110, 111, 112, 320
Remarks by Mr. Allen.

. 111
Mr. Buchanan

. 111
Mr. Calhoun

. 111
Mr. Clay of Ala,

111
Mr. Linn

110, 111
Mr. Norvell

. 111
Mr. Smith of Indiana

• 112
Mr. Walker

• 112
bill concerning a seminary of learning in Territory

171, 408
bill granting two townships of land io Territory ot,
for university

319,523
bill in addition to the act to anthorize the construc-

tion of a road from Dubuque lo northern boundary
of State of Missouri .

490
Iron Mountain Company to enter on credit a quantity of
land, &c. bill to authorize

152
Iron steamer New Jersey, bill in relation to the, 320, 325, 329

J.
Judges of the United States, bill fixing the salaries of the

several district
Judicial system of United States, will to amend the ac: entie
tled an act supplementary to the act 10 annend the

363, 364, 482, 190
Judiciary, the Committee on the

54

K
Kentucky, bill to allow further time to Centre College in,

to sell certain lands heretofore granted to Deaf
and Dumb Asylum

319, 503
joint resolution for restitution of certain arms tur.
nished the United Stales by.

402, 514
King, William R, of Alabama, 1,51.54, 86, 92 95, 93, 103, 104

107, 112, 116, 120, 121, 126, 129, 130, 143, 155, 158, 166,
172, 176, 184 212, 213, 220, 223, 224. 244, 245 251, 259
263 267.279, 299 306.310, 311, 32). 325 327, 330, 331, 335
33S, 313, 331, 363, 370, 377, 3-7. 391.393, 401, 402, 408
426, 444, 148, 451, 457, 163 465. 463.470. 471. 473. 476,

452 457, 491, 493, 199, 502, 540
his remarks on bill to authorize the purchase of the

stock of the Louisville and Portland Canal. . 159
his remarks on adjournment of Congress

.21
his remarks on line of 1 eeting of the Senate • 391
his remarks on bill for better organization of the Ma-
rine Corps

457
bis remarkson bill to incorporate the several banks
of the Discrict or Columbia.

451, 465
his remarks on general bankrupt law

. 492
elected Presideni pro tempore of the Senale,

• 603
his remarks on taking the chair

- 503
his remarks on adjournment of the Senate

• 545
Knight, Nehemiah R. of Rhode Island, 1, 81, 85, 92, 120, 149, 159
186, 203, 223, 23), 244, 239, 331, 378.415.407, 425, 482

502 510, 514, 518, 530,534, 637,638
his remarks on bill to cede the public lands to the
States in which they lie

203
his remarks on prinung report from the Secretary of

the Treasury in relauon lo custom house officers,
tonnage, &c.-

• 530
his remarks on bill to continue and alter the char.
ter of Washington, &c.

- 534

L.
Land claims, the Committee on Private

54
Land offices, bill to abolish the office of the Solicitor of the
General, etc.

· 12, 86, 98, 267, 299, 302
Lands, Public, the Committee on

54
Lands, bill for the substitution of other, in the place ofschool

sections which ars useless and unproductive, 12, 79, 99
bill for the graduation and reduction of the price of
tho

12, 79, 104, 329, 331, 352, 355
bill for the relinquishment of the sixteenth sections

granted for the use of schools, and the entry of other
lands in lieu thereof

12, 307, 310
bill making grants orto certain States, for purposes of
internal improvement

12, 61, 120, 212, 327
bill to grant to the States and incorporated companies
the right of way through the public, 17, 86, 130, 387

390
bill supplemental to the act to grant pre-emption
rights to settlers on the public, approved 22d june,
1833

Lands-
bill to cede the public to the States in which they lie,

92, 96, 97, 98, 202, 281, 322
Remarks hy Mr. Allen

98
Mr. Calhoun

96, 97, 98, 202, 203
Mr. Clay of Kentucky 96, 97, 98, 202, 203, 891
Nr. Dixon.

• 202
Mr Grundy
Mr Knight
MAr, Prsion

. 98
Mr. Walker

98
Br. White of Tennessee

98
bill for the relief of certain settlers on the public,

who were deprived of the benefits of the pre-en p.

tion aclar 19ih June, 1534 · 126, 130, 387, 390
bill authorizing the sales to tax any, sold by the
United States within their limils, 186, 32, 419, 425

454
remarks by Mr. Norvell

425
bill to grant to the inhabitants of townships deprived

of the sixteenth sections of, by Indian reservations,
other lind.

• 207
I and warrants, bill for the issue of certain general . 539
Langtree an ! O'Sullivan, joint resolution for the relief of - 327
Laws of the United States, bill to authorize the stereotyping,
penting, and publishing a complete edition of the, 482

515
Lead mines belonging to the United States in the several

Slates ad Territories to be sold as other public
lands, bill authorizing the President to cause the re-
serve

75, 82, 104, 329, 331
Learning, by securing copies of maps, charts, etc. to the

authore, bill in addition to acts now in force for the
encouragement of

• 444
Librarian of Congress, communication from the

80
Library, Commitee on the

93
Liens and incumbrances on any real estate which is now,

or hereafter may become, the property of United
Stales, bill to enable United States to discharge, 269, 482

484
Light-houres, &c., bili to authorize the Secretary of the

Treasury to use chemical or any other oil'in, 209, 455
and lightboats, and the establishment of certain buoys
and beacon lights, bill authorizing the erection of 341

471
Linn, Lewis F. of Missouri, 1, 34, 46, 54, 56, 60, 63, 81, 82, 85

86, 87, 92, 93, 98, 99, 103, 104, 107, 108, 110, iii, 116
117, 120, 121, 122, 129, 143, 148, 149, 158, 159, 161, 162
166, 176, 178, 186, 203, 207, 212, 218. 223, 225, 226, 229
230, 233, 238, 250, 255, 274, 277, 278, 279, 291, 292, 296
297, 299, 306, 310, 311, 318, 319, 320, 321, 327, 331
342, 351, 354, 363, 407, 414, 419, 428, 430, 431, 440
441, 444, 446, 154, 455, 461, 463, 468, 470, 471, 473
474, 4:6, 493, 501, 512, 514, 518, 523, 524,529, 53, 542
his remarks on boundary line between lowa' and
Missouri

110, 111
on the bill to authorize the purchase of the Louis-
ville and Portlanui canai stock

159
on a journment of Congress

• 297
general bankrupt law

444
report of National Intelligencer in relation to the re-
marks of Mr. Clay of Alabama

471
on bill to incorporate the several banks of the Dis.
trict of Columbia

504
on printing the report from the Secretary of the Trea-

eury in relation to custom house officers, zonnage,
&c

529, 530
Louisiana, bill to provide for the defence of the Western
hordes of

17, 104
bill 10 confirm certain land claims in the Ouchita

land district, in the State of 56, 81, 92, 153, 162
bill to confirm certain land claims in the Greensburg
district in

· 56, 61, 92, 162, 209, 212
bill to transfer to the citizens of the Parish of Concor

dia in, the interest of the Uniied Stales to a certain
fract of land

56, 61, 92, 153, 162
bill to authorize the Legislature of, to sell lands here
tofore appropriated for the use of echools, 162, 184, 419

421
Louisville and Portland canal, bill to autherize the pur-
chase of the private stock of, by the United States, 11

79, 158, 159, 277, 496
Remarks by Mr. Benton

• 159
Mr. Clay of Kentucky

158, 159
Mr. Critienden

• 159
Mr. King
Mr. Linn

• 159
Mr. Smith of Connecticut

. 159
Mr. Smith of Indiana

• 158
Mr. Tappan

10. 159
Mr. White of Indiana

. 159
Lumpkin, Wilson, of Georgia, 1, 64, 75, 76, 87, 95, 103, 104, 105

107, 129, 138, 164, 163, 204, 207, 213, 218, 220, 229, 230
250, 257, 262, 263, 274, 275, 278, 279, 292, 296, 297, 299
330, 331, 335, 339, 315, 351, 353, 363, 370, 375, 391, 393
407, 49. 414, 421, 444, 145, 453, 457, 478, 484, 496, 503

5:0, 514, 515, 516, 518, 519, 524, 525, 528, 535, 537
his remarks on the employment of bloodhounds in
Florida Territory against the Indians

• 183
his remarks on adjournment of Congress 229, 230, 250

274, 275, 296, 297, 496
his remarks on resolutions of Legislature of Georgia,
in relation to Tugitives from justice

• 257
10 his remuks on general appropriation bill

• 375
his remarks on time of meeting of the Senate 391, 453
his renarks on bill for the relief of the Howard Insti-
tution of Washington, D. C.

421
his remarks on general bankrupt law

445, 484
his remarks on bill for better organization of the ma.
Tine corps

- 457
his remarks on mileage bill

518, 819
his remain on army appropriation bill

• 535
Lyon, Matthewil to refund a fine imposed on the late,
under the sedicion law, to the heirs of . 444, 476, 478

M.
Mackenzie, Wm. Lyon, 292, 294, 327, 341, 368, 370, 377, 385, 387

390, 401
Madison papers
Mail, bill the better to expedite the Southern

439
in steam boats, biji relative to the transportation of
the

585, 543

17, 79, 112, 331, 335, 342

294, 503, 510

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. 524

461, 468

11, 79

12

Maino boundary, resolutions in relation to the corresponu.

ence between the Secretary of State British
Minister, Governor of Maine, &c. 122, 126, 127, 134
135, 136, 137, 138, 151, 152, 218, 249, 291, 292, 298

318 322, 323, 3-4. 457, 491, 503
Remarks hy Mr. Allen

126, 127,323. 503
Mr. Buchanan

122, 126, 127, 3:22, 323, 503
Mr. Clay of Alabama
Mr. Clay of Kentucky

126, 3:22, 323, 324
Mr. Davis

127
Mr. Ruggles

136, 322, 323, 503
Nr. Walker

503
Mr. Williams

122, 127
Mr. Wright

322
bill for the settlement of claims of the State of, for the
services of her militia

363
bill appropriating 825,000 for exploration and sur-
vey of Northeastern boundary line of

533
Manufactures, the committee on

54
Marine Corps, bill to explain and amend the 5th section of

The as quite batter organization ofte, 123, 293,457, 158
Nary and cargo, whics were captured, &i. Dill to refund

to Noah Miller and othere, part of the proceds of
the sale of the schools

· 117
Massachusetts, bili authorizing harbors of sippican and Mal.

la poisett in the state of, to be known herealler as
ports

393, 399
Merrick, William D. of Maryland, 6. 54, 75, 81, 56, 92, 98, 103

105, 106, 111, 112, 116, 127, 129, 139, 141, 143, 148, 149
155, 158, 161, 162, 164, 172, 18, 23, 207, 220, 233, 214
267, 279, 292, 236, 297, 310, 324, 307, 331, 352, 303, 378
393, 408, 414, 419, 421, 12), 131, 441, 444, 454, 455, 157
459, 160, 161, 463, 161, 465, 46, 471, 476. 515. 521, 522

521, 525, 527, 530, 534, 53, 5:37, 538, 539, 542, 513
his remarks on bill to incorporate the banks of the
District of Columbia

299, 163, 464
his remarks on bill to incorporate the bank of the

District of Columbia
his remarks on bill for the relief of the Howard In-
stitution of Washiogton, D. C.

221, 423
his remarks on navy appropriation bill

521
his remarks on bill to continue and alter the charter
of Washington, D. C.

531, 53, 539
Mexican Republic, bill to carry into effect a convention he.
tween United States and

128, 431
Miami treaty of November 6, 1528 6:11 to fix the minimum
price of public lands acquired by the

186
Michigan, bill granting to the state of, a quantity of land to

aid in the constructinn of a canal around the fulls

of St. Marie 12, 92, 99, 306, 310, 325, 342, 351, 358
bill for the relief of certain companies of militia in,

31, 162, 391, 392
bill to amend an act coufirming certain land claims in

56, S1, 86, 92, 296,
bill granting to the county of Kalamazoo in, the

right of pre-emption to a quarter section of land
&c.

56, 66, 99, 306, 310
bill granting certain persons in, pre emption to a frac-
tion of land in Ocioway, in :

56, 86, 99
bill supplementary to an act to provide for the ad.

justment of titles to land in the town of Detroit
and Territory of, and for other purposes

63
bill making appropriations for the completion of
certain roads commenced by the United States in 17

81, 122
bill creating an additional land office in 139, 143, 393, 393
defence of frontier or

. 317
bill granting to the county of Kent in, the right of

pre-emption to a quarter section of public land, 322,536

bill for the construction of certain harbors in -
Mileage of members of Congress, bill for the establishment
of a uniform system of, and discussion, 459, 460, 511

516, 518, 522
Military Affairs, the Committee on

51
Military and naval preparations on northern frontier

262, 263
Militia, the Commitee on the
report in reference to the

418, 455, 160, 451, 463
Mint of United State, bill supplementary to the act to esla-
blish branches of the

93, 108, 331, 335
Mississippi, bill to relinquish to the State of, thu two per

cent. fund arising under compact of, for admission
into the Union

12, 79, 99, 103
bill to cede to the State of, a quantity of land equal lo

that granted to Ohio, for internal improvement, 12,79
bill to authorize the substitution of other lands in place

of school sections which are useless or unproduc.
tive .

12,79.99
bill in relation to certain railway, and rivers in . 79
bill to provide for the appointment of a District Judge
for

120
bill to confirm the survey and location of claims for

land in the State of, east of Peau river, &c. 225,402
and Rock River Canal Company, bill granting a por-
tion of public land for purposer mentioned, to the 224

278, 493
bill making appropriation for continuance of opera.

rations for deepening channel at the mouth of the
river.

. 393
Missouri, bill to continue in force the act for the final ad
justment of private land claims in

56, 81, 92
bill confirming certain land clains in

56, 81, 92
bill creating a new land district in, and for changing

the boundaries of the southwestern and western
land districts in

56, 82, 101, 329, 331
bill to authorize payment to be made to certain vo.
lunteers for services in the years 1829 and 1530 63

R2, 133, 476, 478
bill to revive the act entitled an act to enable claim.
ants to land within the limits of, and Territory of
Arkansas, to justitute proceeding to try the va

lidity of, &c. 99, 104, 143, 212, 250, 311, 319, 321, 325
boundary line between Iowa Territory ard, 110, 111, 112
bill for the establishment of poris of entry in Arkan.
B2s and

402, 514
bill to regulate legal proceedings, and to provide for

the more speedy trial of cases in Circuit Court of

United States for district of .
Mobile, bill making appropriation for the improvement of
the harbor of

. 521
Money, in the hands of officers and agents of the Govern.

ment, and to punish public defaulters, bill more

Money, effectually to secure the public 56, 79, 103, 292

bill to provide for collection, safekeeping, transler,
and disbursement of the public, 120, 122, 124, 127, 130

133, 139-141
Mormons, (see Latter Day Sainte.)
Mouton, Alexander, of Louisiana, 38, 54, 56, 92, 107, 120, 155
170,224, 226, 277, 278, 281, 292, 293, 306, 311, 317, 390, 393

414 425, 126, 473, 477, 182, 504, 533
Muscat, message from President of United States in relation
to presents from Imaumot

414, 428, 131

N
Nantucket, bill for the relief of the steamboat company ot,

103, 107, 331, 335
Natchez, joint resolution for the relies of sufferers by torna.
do at

476, 489
National defence

385, 524
Nations, Congress of

195, 201, 209, 221, 226
resolutions in relation to laws of, and discussion, 233, 267

327,328, 329
Saturalization, resolution for printing laws relating 10, 377, 387
Naval Affairs, the Commiliee on

54
Navy Deparumeni, reports from the Secretary of the so, 85

130, 147, 243, 274, 292, 363, 401, 153, 163
resolutions of inquiry froin the 153, 277, 278, 107
bill regulating the pay or masters in the, 86, 93, 112, 524
bill to regulate the pay and emoluments of pureers
in the

112, 129, 262, 199
joint resolution to authorize the Secretary or the, co

purchase repeating rifles and pistols for the use
of the

476
ration, bill to establish and regulate the 274, 503, 510
bill in addition to the act regulating the pay of the

. 407

408, 499, 512
hill making appropriations for support of the, 514.515

521, 539, 343
New Albany and Mount Carmel Railroad Company, bill

to authorize the, to enter on a credit a quantity of
land, dc.

63,79, 117, 364, 369 370, 474, 492
New England Mississippi Land Company, bill for the relief
of the

398
New Hampshire against the United States, bill for the set:
tlement of the claims of

164, 319,3€3
New Orleans, bill to extend the limits of the port of, 363, 528
Nicholas, Robert C. of Louisiana, 38.78. 99, 104, 122, 130, 139
162, 166, 176, 199, 212.226. 233, 239, 298, 299, 305, 319. 331

345. 398. 430, 416 41, 461, 470,467, 493, 529
North Carolina, bill making provision for the adjustment of

the title to a site for a lighi house vů Roanoke
marshesin

320, 536
Norvell, John, of Michigan 1, 12, 17, 50, 56.63, 81, 83, 86, 92, 93

96, 93, 102. 103. 1 4. 107, 111, 117, 120, 124, 139, 143, 149
164, 171, 185, 156,203, 207, 209, 212, 223, 224, 226, 230
233, 214, 245, 250, 255, 263, 267, 274, 275, 277, 278, 279
209. 292, 296, 293 299, 306, 307, 310, 317, 318,321, 323
327, 331, 311, 342 351, 357, 359, 363, 370, 375, 377, 387
394, 3:1, 393, 398, 403, 105, 414, 419, 421, 423, 425, 439
414, 145, 146, 155, 459. 468, 473, 496, 503, 506, 507 611

512,514,516, 519,523, 524, 534, 538
his remarks on boundary line between lowa and Mis.
couri

111
his remarks on bill to abolish imprisonment for debi 120

251
his remarks on military and naval preparations on
Northern frontier

263
his remarks on adjournment of Congress, 274, 275, 296, 297

496
his remarks on general appropriation bill

375
his remarks on hour of meeting of Senate

391
his remarks or bill to create an additional land office
in Michigan

298
his remarks on bill io tax any lands within their
limits sold by the United States

425
his remarks on general bankrup law .

445
his remarks on mileage bill

459
his remarks on bill to incorporato the bank of the
District of Columbia

468, 506
his remarks on bill to continue and alier the charier
of Washington, D. C.

534, 538

0.
Ohio, bill granting the right of pre-emption to certain lots
in the town of Perrysburg, in

319
bill to expose to sale all the public lands in, hitherto

319, 493
Oregon Territory, joint resolution for occupation or ihe, 341

414
resolutions in relation to tillo of the United States to

the
bill to extend the laws of the United siates over the, 320

60, 296

363, 440
select committee on tho

103
P.
Patent office, bill making certain appropriations for the, 407, 408

414
committee on the

51
Patents, report from the Commissioner of

143
joint resolution for distribution of digest of

405, 414
Pea Patch Island
Pennsylvania, bill altering the time of holding terms of Fe:

deral Court for Western District of 327, 331, 351, 355
Pensions, the Committee on

64
bill to authorize the payment of invalid, certain

56, 8, 103, 329
bill to repeal certain acts in relation to navy, 86, 124, 162

164
bill to continue the office of Commissioner of 129, 153

230, 233, 234, 235
Remarks by Mr. Clay of Alabama

234, 235
Mr. Crittenden

235
Mr. Grundy

234
Mr. Hubbard

234
Mr. Pierce

233, 234, 235
Mr. Prentiss

235
Mr. Preston

295
Mr. Wall

235
Mr. White

235
Mr. Wright

234
Pensioners, bill making appropriations for the payment of

Pensioners,

bill making provision for the payment of pensions 10

executors and adminisıralois of deceased, in certain
cases

414, 448
Phelps, Samuel S. of Vermont, 20.104, 108, 117, 123, 1341 139
155, 160, 162, 166, 205, 208, 229, 289, 297, 310, 153, 154, 157

462, 468, 478, 454, 196, 199, 512, 514, 527, 530, 546
Pierce, Franklin, or New Hampshire, 1, 51, 75, 79, 86, 87, 91, 92

93, 95, 103, 104, 107, 109, 110, 122, 124, 126, 129, 130, 143
166, 198, 203, 207, 212, 223, 223, 233, 234, 235, 243, 244
294, 298, 299, 306, 310, 319, 327, 337, 335, 312, 318, 363
370, 385, 387, 390, 393, 403, 107, 414, 421, 425, 4:25, 431
441, 414, 445, 44, 454, 457, 461, 403, 476, 475, 47, 490

491, 193, 499, 503, 511, 514, 518, 323, 524, 527, 529
presenta resolutions from Legislature of New Hamp-

shire, iustructing its Senators to oppose the bill 10
divide proceeds of sales of public lands among the

91
his remarks on bill to continue the office of Comme:
sioner of Pensions

233, 234, 236
his remarks on general bankrupe law :

445
his remarks on bill 10 incorporate the several banks
of the District of Columbia .

468
his remarks ou defence of the country
Pilotage, bill in addition to an act concerning

623
Pilots, repeal of the law for licensing 357, 448, 490,493,510, 511
Plumb laland Bridge and Turnpike Company, bill for the re-
lief of the

120, 124, 397, 390
Porter, Augustus R. of Michigan, 171, 212, 230, 241, 255, 279, 289

301, 306, 310, 325, 327, 331, 3A2, 351, 398, 478
his remarks on bill to create an additional land office
in Michigan

395
Pristage, reduction of rates of, 83, 233, 238, 262, 267, 296, 306

317, 321, 457
Postmaster General, reports from the

95. 107, 358
Postmaster of the Senate, resolution fixing the salary of
the

542
Post Office and Post Roads, commitiee on the

64
Post Office Department, the several acts amendatory of the
aci establishing and regulating the

490, 514
Pre-emption laws

83, 250, 255, 219, 298
bill to provide for a standing and permanent system

of, with sales to actual seltiers on public lands at
reduced prices
bill supplemental to the act io grant preemption

rights to actual setulers on the public lands, ap:
proved 20 June, 1838

17, 29, 112
Prentiss, Samuel, of Vermont, 26, 56. 60, 61, 76, 79, 81, 86, 103

104, 109, 116, 120, 130, 143, 148, 149, 178. 186.218, 220
233, 235, 244, 245, 253, 263, 292 306, 319 347, 31, 308
363, 378, 393, 403, 407, 431, 439, 444, 454, 457, 461.476

477, 175, 190, 0.4
his remarks on bill to continue the office of Conimis
sioner of Pensions

235
his remarks on general bankrupt law :

470
President of the Senale lakes his seal

EO
President of the United States, mentages from he, 34, 36, 42, 50

54. 66. 78. 80, 95, 103, 108, 116, 130, 134, 147, 149, 151
159, 171, 201, 204. 238. 248, 262, 292 2.9, 362, 327 337

336, 378, 387, 391, 403. 414, 444, 491, 495, 499
reference of annual message from the

83
resolutions calling on the, for information, i1. 38. 46. 60

82, 86, 117, 149, 255, 368, 460, 490, 495, 542
joint resolution authorizing the, to cause cerlain sur
veys to be made

12
Preston, William C. or South Carolina, 63, 72, 79. 93. , 103, 104

105, 109, 112, 116, 117, 120, 130, 148, 149, 153, 155, 158
161, 164, 166, 171, 172, 176,'183, 184. 190, 2(3, 220, 225
235, 244, 279, 284, 295, 299. 306, 310, 327, 335, 337, 338
342, 352, 35A363, 370, 382, 385, 357. 390, 402 403, 408
441, 444, 448, 456, 460, 461, 468, 476, 493, 496, 518, 525

527, 543
his remarks on bill to cede the public lands to the
States in which they lie

98
his remarks on abolition of slavery

181
his remarks on employment of bloodhounds 'in Flo-

183
his remarks on bill to continue the office of Commis.
sioner of Pensions

235
his remarks on death of Hon. Hugh L. While
his remarks on desences of the country, &c. .
his remarks on Army Approprlation bill

513
Prisoners of the United States committed to jailin county of
Providence, Rhode Island, bill concerning the, 425, 439

441
Private Land Claims, the Committee on

64
Public Buildings, the Committee on

54, 66
Public Land", the Committee on

54
R.
Railroad Company, bill for the benefit of the Gainesville and
Narketa

12, S6, 117
bill for the benefit of the Alabama, Florida, and Geor
gia ,

12, S6, 614
bill for the benefit of the Selma and Tennessee, 17, 86

117, 364, 368
bili to authorize the New Albany and Mount Carmel
to enter on a credit a quanuity of land. elc. 63, 79, 117

304, 368, 370, 474, 492
bill giving the nssent of Congress to the act of Vir!
ginia incorporating the Falmouth and Alexandria, 63

83, 149, 408, 476
bill relative to the Galena

19
bill granting the right of way over the public iands to
the Chicago and Galena

112
bill to authorize the Mine a Lamotte and Mississippi
to enter a quantity of land, etc.

209
and Lomber Company, bill fɔt the relier of the Eagle, 230
joint resolution for the relief of the West Feliciana : 614
bill for the relief of the Mebile and New Orleans, in.
cluding that of West Feliciana

524
Red River Rafl, bill making appropriation for the removal
of the

82. 86, 103, 105, 107
Registers and receivers of land offices to administer Caths,
etc. bill to authorize

126, 330, 331, 484
Reporters of debates, resolutions in relation 10.471, 476, 603
select committee

503
Reservations of land under the 14th article of treaty of 1830

- 312

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with Choctaw Indians, bill to amend an act for the
appointment or commissioners to adjust claims to, 56. 81

218, 470

200, 21

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Tappan, Benjamin, or Ohio-

his remarks on general bankrupt law
his remarks on navy appropriation bill

521
his remarks on bill to continue and alter the charter
of Washington, DC

531
Tennessee, bill to anythorize the State of to issue grints and

perfect titles to certain land's, &c. 103, 104, 319
bill to an end an aci entitled, An act to amend an Act

10 require the Judge of East and West, to hold 2
Circhill courtat Jackson, in

318, 423, 430
bill for the relics of certa'n selulers on the Ball Lick

reservation in the Western District of 419, 736
Texas, to the Uuiteci Suttes, annexation of

274, 281
Three Sisters, bill for the relief of the owners of the schoon.

320
Tonnage or Spanish vezeele, bill concerning :

470
Treasury Department reports from the Secretary of the. 76, 80

85, 93, 103, 110, 116 139 159, 160, 165. 175. 176. 226, 248
257, 272, 289, 209, 310, 320, 337, 378, 403, 430, 453, 473, 487

515, 524
resolutions of inquiry from the, 11. 38. CO. 63. 82. 86, 93
99, 104, 120, 130, 161, -33, 274, 279, 310.327, 331, 338, 342

351, 471,510, 512, 543
Treasury notes, bill in addition to the act relalingio, 294

drafts, report from the Secretary of the Treasury in

relatio i to sale, or exchange of 337, 383, 389
Remarka by Mr. Benton

387, 3-8
Mr. Crittenden

38
Mr. Henderson

353
Mr. Sevier

348, 389
Mr. Webster

387, 853
Trist, Nicholas P. consul at Havana

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Resolutions submitted by Mr. Allen ,

32, 402, 494
Mr. Anderson

339
Mr. Benton, 11, 23, 63, 76, 82, 86, 87, 93, 177, 255, 294

310, 327, 331, 355, 390, 490, 542
Mr. Belts

245
Mr. Buchanan

220, 244
Mr. Calhoun

117, 233, 259, 510, 542
Mr. Clay of Alabama

76, 103, 160, 164, 274
Mr. Clayton

429
Mr. Crittenden

178, 244, 320
Mr. Davis

60, 83, 205, 309, 429, 529, 642
Mr. Fulion

83, 12), 306
Mr. Henderson

130, 512, 543
Mr. Hubbard

83, 122, 294, 305, 377
Mr. Knight

259
Mr. Linn, 44, 80, 63, 93, 9, 166, 229, 274, 278, 279

310, 327, 530
Mr. Lumpkin

76, 105, 229, 278, 299
Mr. Merrick

86, 292, 460, 543
Mr. Nicholas

. 122, 233, 299, 461
Mr. Norvell, 92, 93, 103, 117, 124, 208. 245, 255, 277

278, 279, 310, 355, 368
Mr. Phelps

546
Mr. Pierce

; 79, 104, 122, 212, 403
Mr. Prentiss

130, 245, 408
Mr. Preston 117, 149, 153, 164, 244, 337, 385, 390
Mr. Ruggles
Mr. Bevier

460
Mr. Smith of Connecticut

460
Mr. Smith of Indiana, 79, 86, 96, 98, 107, 117,533
Mr. Southard

278, 471, 543
Mr. Strango

129
Mr. Sturgeon

430
Mr. Tallmadge

239, 250, 267. 302, 390, 473
Mr. Tappan

32, 83, 86, 159, 233
Mr. Walker

104, 107, 109, 112, 178, 338, 471
Mr. Wall

93, 109, 277
Mr. Webster

148, 253, 279, 457
Mr. White of Indiana, 120, 162, 226, 238, 342, 355
Mr. White of Tennessee

50
Mr Williams

63, 122, 327, 407
Mr. Wright

1, 476

83, 98, 104, 107, 109, 120, 162
Retrocession of Alexandria and Georgetown, 525, 530, 534, 537

bill making provision to ascertain the wishes and will

of the people of the District of Columbia in refer.
ence to

530, 534
Revenue, bill to provide for the collection, safe keeping,
transfor, and disbursement of the public. 103, 120, 122

124, 127, 130, 139, 141, 457
Revenue law

393
Revonue cutters for services in the Navy of the United

Blates, bill granting extra pay to certain officers of
the

493
Revolutionary claims, the Committee on

54
Revolutionary war, bill to revive and continue in force an
act granting relief to those disabled by wounds in the, 86

103, 329
Roads and Canals, the committee on

54
bill granting the right of way through the public

Tands to States or incorporated companies engaged
in the construction of

17, 86
Roane, William H. of Virginia, i, 63, 81, 82, 86, 92, 110, 112

455462534535
Robinson, Joho M. of Illinois, 1, 54, 72, 81, 82, 83, 92, 102, 101
107, 120, 130, 133, 152, 166, 176, 220, 250, 271, 281, 291, 402

407, 426 439, 454, 487,490, 503, 514, 542
Rio Honde and Salbine rivers, bill to confirm certain land

claims in the district between the, 56. 81, 92, 298, 299
Ruggles, John, of Maine, 1, 78, 81, 104, 107, 108, 120, 123, 124
126, 139, 149, 209, 244, 267, 310, 318, 363, 398, 457, 477

479, 495, 503, 510, 516, 530, 534, 543, 546
his remarks on Maine boundary line 126, 322, 323, 503
his remarks on General Bankrupt Law

479
Rules, amendments of the, 159, 212, 218, 233, 244, 503, 510

$.
Balt, bļU to repeal an act laying a duty on imported, grant.

ing a bounty on pickled fish exported, and allow.
ance to certain vessels employed in the fisheries,
&c.

17, 186, 199, 205, 209, 318, 345, 348
Remarks by Mr. Anderson

348
Mr. Benton

345
Mr. Hubbard

349
Sappers, miners and pontoniers, bill for the organization of
a company of

226, 457, 463
School, bill authorizing the relinquishment of the sixteenth

sections of lands granted for the use of, and the en-
try of other lands in lieu thereof

12, 307, 310
Selma and Tennessee Railroad Company, bill for the bene.
fit of the

17, 86, 117, 364, 368
Bepale, members of the, in attendance

1
time of meeting of the, 6, 278, 279, 391, 402, 408, 453, 525
Remarko by Mr. Dixon

391
Mr. King
Mr. Lumpkin

891, 453
Mr. Norvell

391
Mr. Bevier.

391, 453
election of officers of the

32, 93
Asbury Dickins elected Secretary to tho

32
Stephen Haight, elected Sergeant-at-Arms and Door:
keeper

32
Robert Bealo elected Assistant Doorkeeper :

32
committee on the contingent expenses of the

54
President of the, takes his seal

80
communication from the Becretary of tho

85
Rev. Mr. Cookman elected chaplain to the

93
rosolution to compel the attendance of members 419
Bevier, Ambrose H. of Arkansas, 26, 56, 75, 76, 79, 82, 86, 95

103, 107, 120, 122, 126, 129, 130, 139, 143, 147, 148
149, 155, 158, 176, 183, 186, 209, 212. 213, 250, 255
274, 302, 309, 311, 320, 321, 331, 338, 341, 351, 363
877, 378, 358, 389, 391, 402, 403, 408, 414, 419, 421

426, 441, 444, 446, 453, 454, 456, 457, 458, 459, 460
his remarks on adjournment of Congress, 250, 274
his remarks on sale or exchange of Treasury drafts 388,389
his remarks on time of meeting of Senate 319, 453
his remarkson bill for the better organization of Ma-
rine Corpo

457, 458
mileage bill

459

Ships and vessels, bill to amend an act entitled an act re-
gulating passenger

327, 331
Shubrick, Irvine, bill for the relies or

46
Silk Society. &c. American, 124, 143, 147, 158, 171, 176, 186, 187
198, 201, 25. 218. 225, 226, 243, 2:0. 255, 259, 262, 274

277, 278, 279, 294, 296, 320, 341, 354, 387 430
Remarks by Mr. Buchanan

113,354
Mr. Calhoun

124, 354
Mr. Clay of Kentucky

. 124
Mr. Grundy

124
Slavery, (See Abolition.)
Slaves into any port or place within the jurisdiction of the

United States, bill to prohibit the importation of, 97, 107
Slave trade

198, 306, 421
Emith, Perry, of Connecticut, 11, 54, 81, 95, 102, 104 120, 143
159, 160, 190, 309, 317, 414, 421, 433, 461, 466, 476, 496

504, 519,523, 539
his remarks on purchase by the United States of the
Louisville and Portland Canal stock

• 159
his remarks on abolition of slavery

• 190
announces death of Hon. T. Betis

. 309
his remarks on bill for the reliefor the Howard lasti-
tution of Washington D. C..

• 421
his reinarks on bill to incorporate the several banks
of the District of Columbia -

464, 466, 504
Smith, Oliver I. of Indiana, 1, 63, 76, 79, 87. 92. 96. 99, 105, 107

112, 117, 120, 129, 141, 153, 155. 153, 164, 165, 172, 176
185, 186, 187, 203, 230, 241, 259, 267, 274, 277, 278, 281
284, 289, 292, 295, 26, 297, 299, 302, 310, 318, 3:1, 351
352, 363, 370 393, 403, 415, 454, 466, 482 492 496, 503

501, 506, 515, 516, 519, 521, 522, 527, 533, 543
his remarks on boundary line between Iowa and
Missouri

112
his remarks on adjournment of Congress

274
his remarks on bill to charter the geveral banks in
the District of Columbia

466, 504, 506
his remarks on mileage bill
his remarks on navy appropriation bill 521, 522

his remarks on army appropriation bill
Soldiers in the late war to gurrender the bounties lande, &c.
bill to anthorize certain

101, 329, 331
Solicitor ofthe General Land Ofñce, (See Surveyor General.)
Bouthard, Samuel L. of New Jersey 1. 86 92 93. 95. 96, 155, 158

198, 203, 229, 230. 255, 259, 274, 278, 284. 294. 302, 333
363, 382, 390, 426, 430, 455, 457, 458, 461, 466. 471.499

535, 536, 539, 543
his remarks on army appropriation bill 635, 536
Specie basis for circulation, &c. resolution in relation to 220

224, 225
Specie payments in the District of Columbia, 259, 262, 2-1,387

403, 408
Spence, John S. of Maryland

20. 86, 147, 225, 250
St. Louis, bill fixing compensation of collector for port of . 393
Biale debts, resolutions in relation to assumption 01. &c 2
103, 105, 155, 159, 160, 162, 164, 178, 184, 186, 204, 205, 209

212.220, 226, 230, 233, 244, 245
State Department, reports from the Secretary of the 78 80.85

104, 105, 110, 130, 134, 503
States to tax any lands within their limits gold by the United
States, bill to authorize the

166, 203
Steam vessels, for the revenue service, bili to authorize

the Secretary of the Treasury to procura 327, 491
for harbor delence, bill authorizing War Depart:

ment to make experiments in
Steam, resolutions of inquiry in relation to laws respecting
vessels propelled by steam, &c.

162. 198
bill to provide for the better security of the lives of par.

sengers on board of vessels propelled by, 229, 277, 398
Stone cutters on the public buildings, joint resolution to
provide compensation for the

539
Strange, Robert, of North Carolina, 1, 31, 54, 86, 96, 107, 109

113, 126, 129, 139, 143, 149, 153, 155, 174, 218, 223, 225
233, 250, 289, 291, 302, 390, 398, 402, 403, 407, 409, 414
415, 423, 426, 428, 431, 448, 484, 487, 496, 499, 503, 504

507, 536
his remarks on bill to incorporate the several banks
in the District of Columbia

505, 507
Sturgeon, Daniel, of Pennsylvania, 123, 143, 148, 149, 155 176
187, 207, 220, 228, 250, 262, 274, 277, 306, 310, 327, 331

337, 370, 387, 403.407, 430, 490
Surveyor General, bill for the discontinuance of the office

of, for abolishing land offices, and the ofice of the
Solicitor of the General Land Office, 12, 86, 98 267, 299

302, 306, 454, 459, 493
Surveys, joint resolution authorizing the President of the
United States to cause to be made certain, 12, 81, 86, 107

109
Swartwout, Samuel, bill to authorize the Secretary of the

Treasury to make arrangements or compromise with
any of the sureties of, &c.

225, 233, 238

T.
Tallmadge, Nathaniel P. of New York, 147, 149, 161, 164, 176

184, 187, 188, 189, 192, 193, 201, 220, 223, 224, 225, 226
233,2 8, 250, 255, 259, 267, 274, 278, 291, 292, 294, 296
297, 298, 302, 306, 390, 401, 407, 408, 430, 431, 473, 482

5.8, 519, 522, 636
his remarks on abolition of slavery, 187, 188, 189, 192, 193

238
his remarks on adjournment of Congress

297
announces death of Hon. Anson Brown

473
his remarks on army appropriation bill

536
Tappan, Benjamin, of Ohio, 1, 32, 75. 80, 92, 83. 86, 88, 93, 105

'110, 112, 113, 116, 117, 120, 129, 130, 133, 139, 141, 143
149, 153, 159, 160, 171, 12, 153, 184, 185, 186, 198, 218
220, 223, 225, 226, 228, 233, 238, 262, 267, 277, 278, 281
292, 291, 298, 325, 327, 338, 341, 312, 345, 351, 358, 363
370, 377, 372, 393, 402, 403, 405, 408, 414, 419, 425, 426
439, 441, 444, 457, 458, 460, 451, 463, 464, 468, 473, 476
478.484, 490, 492 493, 499, 504 506, 512, 515, 516, 519

521, 522, 523, 530, 534, 535, 639, 542, 546
his remarks on purchase by United States of the
Louisville and Portland Canal stock

159
his remarks on abolition of slavery

160
his remarks on bill for better organization of the mai
rine corps

457
his remarks on bill to incorporate the banks of the
District of Columbia

464, 504, 507
bis remarks on bill to incorporate the Bank of the
District of Columbia

461, 468

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United States, bill to establish a board of commissioners to
hear and determine claims against the, 32, 60, 79, 81

93. 143, 148, 149, 153
bill more effectually to provide for the punishment
of certain offences against the, 76, 79, 93, 99, 244

478, 482
bill for the settlement of claims of New Hampshire
against the

164
billin enable the, to discharge liensand incumbrances

on any real estate which is now or may hereafter
become the property of the

259
bill to regulate the legal proceedings, and to provide

for the more speedy trial of cases in the circuit
counts for the District of Michigan

269
bill making fun the provision to prevent the abuse
of the ilagoille

377, 471
joint resolution to limit the term or office of the judges

of the supreme and inferior courts of the
Vessels when a broad, revision of the laws relating to the
sale and iranler of American

223
Virginia military land warranis, and returning surveys

thereon to the General Land Office, an act to con.
tinue in force the first feciion of an act entitled an
acL lo extend the time for .ocating

528
W.
Walker, Robert J. of Mississippi. 1, 11, 54, 56, 76. 79, 85.98

99. 113. 104. 107, 109 112. 120 124 127, 130. 133, 143
149, 162, 176, 173, 184, 185, 186, 199, 203, 207. 212
209, 317, 319, 37, 331, 335, 338, 241, 312 352 398
401, 402 403 407, 408, 414. 423, 426, 4.8, 431, 440
944, 445, 446,448, 464, 457, 471, 473, $76, 477, 478
482 467, 433, 493, 199, 503 504, 505, 506, 507, 510
511, 510, 518, 5.9, 521, 522 525, 530, 534 535. 136

539, 642, 543
his remarks on bill to cede the public lands to the

Sates in which they lie
his remarks on bill to create an additional lana office
in Michigan .

398
his remarks on general tankrupt law, 445, 470, 482
his remarks on bill for better organization of marine
corps.

457
his reinarks on Maine boundary line

503
his remarks on bill to incorporate the several hanks

in the listrict of Columbia, 503, 505, 506, 507
his remarks un navy appropriation bill

521
his remarles on pri ing the report from Secretary of

the Treasury relative to custom house officers,
tornage, &c.

530
his remarks on bill to continue and alter the charter
or Washington, D. C.

534
his remarks on army appropriation bill

543
Wall, Garret D.01 New Jersey, 1. 64, 75, 76, 79, 61, 63, 92, 93

99, 103, 107, 108, 112, 152, 153, 159, 161, 171, 186, 203, 209
218, 220, 223, 225, 233, 235, 239, 241, 250, 255, 259, 274
277, 279, 294, 295, 317, 318, 320, 335, 337, 345, 351, 375
377, 390, 392, 3-3, 415, 923, 426, 439, 444, 445, 468, 476
477, 478, 479, 482, 163, 484, 486, 490, 504, 507, 511, 515

516, 533, 542, 543
his remarks on bill to continue the office of Commis.
sioner of Pensions

235
his remarks on adjournment of Congress

274
his remarks op general bankrupt law, 345, 145, 478, 479

482, 486
his rema;ks on!:!incorporate the Bank of the
District of Coli

468, 505
War Department, reporis train the secretary of the, 78, 85, 104

243, 107, 110, 116, 120, 130, 138, 147, 149, 151, 158, 160
166, 175, 176, 183, 233, --1, 226, 279, 289, 291, 293, 310

3:20, 365, 419, 444, 443
resowions of inquiry iron th, 32, 43, 09. 117, 120, 122.

162, 169, 259, 279, 365, 420,00
Washington, D. Open District of Columbia)
Washington. Geral, join. 1.50 Tunguhorizing the Com.

milles on the Library to take measures tor importa-
tion of statlie of, by Greenh@w

3.0, 320, 525
Webster, Daniel, of Massachusetts, 147, 148, 153, 155, 172, 188

189, 198, 201, 212, 220, 224, 220, 228, 229, 230, 233, 214
274, 279, 294, 291, 92, 294, 295, 298, 299, 363, 368, 30
352, 387, 388 392 393 398, 402, 407, 419 426, 431, 434

441.944, 445, 448, 455, 471, 473, 474, 177, 478
his remarks on abo i ion of slavery

184
his remarkson adjournment of Congress

274
his remarks on sale or exchange of Treasury drafts - 387

863
his remarks on general bankrupt law. 414, 445, 478

153

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West Point Academy, bill making appropriations for the
support of

395, 516
West Feliciana Railroad Company, joint resolution for the
relief of the

514
Whale Fishery, (see Fishery and Duties.)
White, Albert S. of Indiava, 1, 75, 90, 99, 103, 107, 108, 109, 120

122, 121, 133, 148, 162, 164, 106, 187, 212, 213, 220, 2:6
230, 235, 233, 259, 251, 251, 295, 298, 299, 309, 319, 320
321, 331, 312, 351, 352, 355, 335, 363, 393, 398, 402
407, 414, 419, 125, 126, 129, 130, 139, 157, 151, 174, 476

430, 192, 506, 515,516, 519,522 530
his remarks of purchase by the United States of the
Louisville and Portland canal stock

159
his remarks on bill to continue the office of Commis-
sioner of Pensions

235
his remarks on bill to incorporate the several banks
in the District of Columbia

506
White, Hugh L. of Tennessee, 1, 50, 51, 54, 75, 92, 93, 104, 107

116
his remarks on ball to cede the pubiic lands to the
States in which they lie

98
presents instructions from the Legislatures of Ten:

nessee against a National Bank, for Independent
Treasury bill; against the bill to prevent the füter.
ference of Federal officers in elections; for ihe gra.
duation and reduction of the price of the public
lands, and for repealing duties on imported salt

• 116
his remarks thereon.

117
resigns his seat

117
announcement of death of. by Mr. Anderson,
resolutions in relation thereto
Remarks by Mr. Anderson

. 339
Mr. Preston

339
Whitehead, W. A. lare collector of the port of Key West,
Florida, bill fur relief or

107, 109
Williams, Ruel, or Maine, 1, 54, 63, 81, 83, 86, 87, 103, 109, 110

112, 117, 12., 122, 124, 126, 129, 139 143, 149, 152, 153
155, 162, 164, 184, 185, 220, 225, 226, 229, 23, 244, 259
262,274, 277, 278, 291, 292, 327, 335, 351, 363, 335, 393
398, 462, 403, 407, 409, 419, 425, 428, 441, 446, 154, 457
458, 459, 476, 178, 462, 48, 490, 499, 510, 512, 521, 524

533
his remarks on Maine boundary line

122, 127
his remarks on Georgia resolutions in relation to fu-
gitives from justice

259
his remarks on adjour ment of Congress

274
his remarks on bill for better organization of Marine
Corps

457
his remarks on General Bankrupt Law

473
his remarks on navy appropriation bill

521
Wisconsin, bill to amend the act entitled an act for laying off
the towns of Fort Madison and Burlington, &c. in, 184

203, 327, 351, 338

Wool, General, bill for the relier of

79
Woollen goods

223, 235
Wrighi, Silas, jr. of New York, 1,20, 32, 51, 51, 56, 58, 76, 78

79, 83, E6, 91, 93, 103, 107, 109, 117, 129, 1:24, 126, 127
124, 139, 147, 148, 149, 152, 153, 164, 166, 171, 1-4,197
192, 193, 199, 201, 212, 218, 219, 223, 225, 226, 228, 229
230, 233, 234, 234, 245, 250, 251, 235, 203, 267, 274, 278
279, 281, 292, 296, 297, 298, 301, 34, 321, 333, 337, 341
365, 370, 375, 357, 372, 401, 105, 107, 119, 121, 130, 131
431, 111, 115, 15, 156, 137, 161, 102, 103, 176, 177, 178
42, 19, 190, 193, 496, 499, 503, 504, 506, 510,511, 515
515, 519, 521, 52, 521, 525, 527, 530, 535, 530, 339, 312

513, 516
bis remarks on abolition of slavery

192, 193
his remarks on bill to continue the office of Commis-
sioner of Pensions

231
his remarks on Maine boundary line :

3:22
his remarks on general appropriation bill
his remarks on general bankrupt law, 411, 178, 452
his remarks on bill to incorporate the several banks
in the District of Columbia

503, 504, 506, 539
his remarks on miltage bill
his remarks on navy appropriation bill

521
his remarks on army appropriation bill, 537, 536,313

Y.
Young, Richard M. of Illinois, 1,51, 75, 82, 83, 99, 104, 105, 107

109, 112, 117, 120, 122, 124, 127, 133, 143, 149, 152, 153
161, 162, 166, 176, 184, 185, 198, 201, 203, 207, 209, 212
218, 20, 224, 225, 233, 274, 277, 278, 279, 289, 291, 292
291, 298, 299, 301, 32, 300, 320, 327, 341, 351, 370, 391
393, 403, 414, 419, 421, 426, 154, 463, 471, 186, 492, 493

518, 512
his remarks on general bankrupt law .

456
Yeas and nays on some of the more important questior s.

on reference of bill to cede the public lands to the
States in which they lie

98
on various propositions connected with the bill to

provide for the collection, saiekeeping, transfer,
ard disbursement of the public money, 120, 122, 124

126, 127, 141
on passage of bill for the armed occupation and sel.

tlement of that part of the Territory of Florida in:

fested by marauding bands of hostile Indians 130
on final passage of bill to provide for the collection,

safekeeping, tratefer, and disbursement of the pub.
lic money, (Independent Treasury bill)

141
on engrossment of bill to establish a board of com.

missioners to hear and examine claims against
United States,

149
on various motione connected with resolutions in re:
lation to the assumption of State debts, 164, 212, 213

244, 245

Yeas and Vays
on passage of Treasury note bill

295
oa various motions connected with bill for continu:
ation of the Cumberland road

298, 299, 302
on various motions connected with the bill to revive

the act entitled an act to enable claimants to land
within the limits of Missouri and Territory ofArkan.
sas, to institute proceedings to tiy validity of their
claims, etc.

321
on resolutions in relation to laws of nations : 328
on various motions connected with bill to grant pre-
emption rights to settlers on public lands

331
on various motions connected with bill for the gradu.
ation and reduction of the price of the public lands, 362

366
on various motions connected with general appropri.
ation will

377
on printing extra copies of the report of the Secreta:

ry of the Treasery on expenditures of the Govera-
ment from 1924 to 1839, inclusive

352
on paesage of bill to create an additional land office in
Michigan

398
on passage of bill for relief of Howard Institution of
Washington, D.C.

423
on various motions connected with general bankrupt
law

426, 433, 446, 477, 478 479, 482, 483
on bill for relief of the legal representatives of Philip

Barbour, deceased
on various mouons connected with bill for better or:
ganization of marine corps

458
on printing militia report

462
on various motions connected with the bill to charter
the several banks in the District of Columbia, 465, 466

467, 503, 527, 530, 535, 539, 542
on various motions connected with the bill to charter
The Bank of District of Columbia

468
on adopting report advent to the claim of the heirs of
Robert Fulton

408
on bill for relief of Mount Carmel and New Albany
Railroad Company

474
on bill incorporating Falmouth and Alexandria Rail.
road Company

176
on bill to elisure the more faithful execution of the

laws relating to the collection of duties on in-
ports.

512
on various motions connected with mileage bill

, 518, 519

522
on prinuing report from Secretary of Treasury in re-

Tation to custom house officers, tonnage, etc. 630
on bill to continue and alter charter of Washington 534
on laying on the table bill authorizing President to

ascertain opinions of people of District Columbia

relative to retrocession
on army bill

626

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Abolition of slavery in the District of Colum-

bia. Resolutions and other proposi-
tions relating to, to control the action
of the Houss upon the subject of, and
proceedings thereon, 89, 93, 94, 121, 122
123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131
132, 133, 134, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145

146, 147, 149, 150, 151, 184, 251
Resolution submitted by Mr. Coles, on
the subject of

93, 122, 127
by Mr. Wise

89, 93, 94
by Mr. R. Garland

189
by Mr. Chian

94
by Mr. Thompson of South Carolina, 121
123, 125, 128, 130, 131, 133, 141, 143

144, 146, 150
by Mr. Monroe

123
by Mr. Dromgoole

132
by Mr. Black

132
by Mr. Adams, 133, 141, 143, 144, 150
by Mr. Johnson of Maryland,

150, 151
Petitions presented for the, and for the

repeal of the resolution controlling
the action of the House upon the sub.
ject, and proceedings thereon, 119, 120

121, 277, 295, 321, 402, 403
Accounts. Resolutions of instructions to the

Committee on, 183, 223, 235, 416
Reports from the Committee on, 325, 330

332, 335
Adams, John Q. of Massachuseits, 65, 89, 90, 93

94, 106, 114, 121, 122, 123, 133, 151, 158
162, 164, 184, 210, 213, 214, 215, 225
229, 231, 236, 239, 240, 248, 251, 252
277, 280, 281, 286, 289, 290, 293, 295
296, 297, 299, 305, 309, 310, 311, 321
330, 340, 350, 357, 363, 382, 384, 385
390, 392, 397, 400, 402, 416, 417, 448
453, 472, 479, 480, 481, 483, 484, 497
499, 500, 502, 508, 509, 512, 514, 516

517, 527, 533, 540, 541, 544, 547

Adams, John Q. of Massachusetts--Continued.

appoinied Chairman of the meeting of

Representatives prior to ihe organiza-
tion of the House, and his decisions
and remarks when acting in that ca-
pacity, 18, 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30

35, 36, 38, 39, 40
his remarks on the New Jersey contest-
ed election, when not chairman, 61, 62

65, 66, 67, 91, 106, 212, 531
resolutions submitted by, 13, 18, 133, 179
251, 252, 254, 255, 281, 305, 307, 416

417, 499
remarks on the army appropriation bill

touching the manner in which the

Florida war had been conducted 527
remarks in relation to the national de-
fences

311
remarks on the bill to secure the more

faithful execution of tbe laws segu-
lating the collection of duties on im-
ports

385, 386, 387, 389, 390, 391
remarks against abolishing the Com-

mittee on Public Expenditures 352
remarks on a petition preferring charges

against Judge McLean, of Ohio 416
remarks on the resolution authorizing

the reception and disposal of certain
presents from the Imaum of Muscat
and Emperor of Morocco

454, 455
his remarks on Abolition and Abolition
petitions

133, 134
his remarks on the civil and diplomatic

bill, 359, 360, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374
his remarks on the proposition to in-

crease the appropriation to construct
public buildings

370, 371
Adjournment of Congress, propositions for the, 479

492, 496
Agriculture, resolution of instruction to the
Committee on .

. 307
Alabama, bill to annex a tract of land to the
Coosa land district in

237

Alabama

bill establishing an additional land dis.
trict in

237, 304
bill for changing the time of holding

the term of ihe district courts of 237
an act to relinquish the reversionary

interest of the United States to a re-

reversion in the State of

(See Public Lands. See Funds.)
Allen, J. W. of Ohio 276, 287, 357, 415, 481, 482

484, 497
resolution submitted by

. 284
Alford, Julius C. of Georgia, 74, 89, 95, 119, 134

293, 300, 307, 448, 472, 489, 533
resolution submitted by

252
his remarks on the pre-emption bill

424
his remarks on the proposition to reject

from the rules the principle of viva
voce voting

74
Allen, Judson, of New York:

402
Alvord See late representatives from

Massachusetts. Tribute to the memo-
ry of the deceased

103.
Anderson, S. H. of Kentucky, 76, 169, 182

his remarks on the subject of public
printing

76
Anderson, Hugh J. of Maine, 119, 296, 418, 500

511
bis remarks on the proposition to con-

struct a dry dock at New York · 513
Andrews, Landaff W. of Kentucky, 127, 169

178, 239, 268, 276, 286, 289, 290, 295
301, 303, 305, 314, 320, 321, 325, 337
340, 341, 351, 386, 390, 391, 397, 398
400, 401, 402, 417, 418, 420, 441, 446
462, 477, 482, 483, 487, 489, 498, 501

519, 520, 532, 533, 541
his remarks on the civil and diplomatic
bill

327, 343, 372, 374
resolutions submitted by, 181, 252, 308
Appeal, an act to limit the right of, from the

circait court of the United States, in
the Distriet of Columbia

556

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