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Abolition of slavery, petitions for, 160, 161, 187, 188, 189, 190
191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 201, 207, 212, 220, 226, 274

278, 281, 298, 421, 514
Remarks by Mr. Brown

189, 183
Mr. Buchanan

188, 189
Mr. Calhoun

187, 188, 191
Mr. Clay of Ky.

187, 191
Mr. Hubbard
Mr. Preston

161
Mr. Smith of Connecticut

190
Mr. Tallmadge

187, 188, 189, 192, 193
Nr. Tappan

160
Mr. Webster

189
Mr. Wright

192, 193
Adjournment of Congress, resolutions relative to, 229, 230, 250

274, 275, 296, 444, 496, 499
Remarks by Mr. Allen

250, 251, 297
Mr. Benton

250, 297
Mr. Buchanan

296 496
Dir. Clay of Alabama

230, 251, 274
Mr. Clay of Kentucky

250
Mr. Grundy

230. 274, 496
Mr. Hubbard

250, 274, 496
Mr. King

251
Mr. Linn

297
Mr. Lumpkin · 229, 230, 250, 274, 275, 296, 297, 496
Mr. Mouton

296
Mr. Norvell

274, 275, 297, 496
Mr. Sevier.

250, 274
Mr. Smith of Indiana

274
Ir. Tallmadge

297
Mr. Wall

274
Mr. Welser

229, 274
Mr. Williarns

274
Agricul'ural school, or college

187
Agriculture, the Committee on

54
Alabama, bill to relinquish to the State of the 2 per cent.

fund, reserved by the act for her admission into the
nion, to be applied to making roads in, 12. 79, 92, 230

255
bill to establish an additional land distriet in, 12, 79, 255
for the relief of Capt. Snodgrass's company of
volunteers

12
to relinquish the reversionary interest of the

United States to a certain reservation of land in
the State of

12, 86, 98, 299, 302, 538
to confirm the title to a certain tract of land in
county of Mobile, in

56,81, 92, 143
for the relief of the corporate authorities of the
city of Mobile, in

1:3
to perfect litles south of the Alabama river, &c. . 184
authorising the settlement and payment of certain

claims of
Alabama, Florida, and Georgia Railroad Company, bill for
the relies of the

12 86, 514
Alexandria, (see District of Columbia.)
Allen, William, of Ohio, 1, 32, 34, 50, 78, 86, 92, 98, 105, 107

110, 121, 122, 124, 126, 127, 129, 172, 178, 104, 198, 2 7
209, 218, 225, 226, 228, 233, 262, 274, 297, 293, 301, 310
318, 319, 325, 338, 363, 377, 387, 393, 402, 405, 421, 433
439, 444. 445, 446, 463, 465, 467, 469, 470, 473, 476, 494
493, 503, 506, 507, 511, 516, 518, 519,522, 525, 530, 534

535, 539 542, 543
bis remarks on printing message of President of
United States

78
his remarks on bill to cede the public lands to the
States in which they lie

98
his remarks on boundary line of Iowa and Missouri 111
his remarks on Maine boundary line 126, 127,323, 503
his remarks on adjournment of Congress 250, 251, 297
his remarks on bill to extend charters of the several

banks in the District of Columbia 278, 463, 465,503
his remarks on bill for the benefit of the Howard In:

stitution of Washington, District of Columbia • 421
his remarks on general bankrupt law

445, 446
his remarks on bill to incorporate the Bank of the

District of Colunbia 468, 506, 507, 539, 542, 543
his remarks on report of National Intelligencer in re-
lation to remarks of Mr. Clay of Alabama

470
his remarks on printing the report from Secretary of

the Treasury relative to custom house officers, ton.
nage, &c.

530
his remarks on bill to continue and alter the charter
of Washington, District of Columbia

534
Anderson, Alexander, of Tennessee, 224, 262, 294, 299, 318, 321

327, 339, 343, 455, 473, 455, 490, 527
his remarks on announcing death of Hon. Hugh
L, White

339
duties, drawbacks, &c.

313
general bankrupt law

485

A propriations, bill making, for the completion of cer.
lain roads in Michigan.

17,72, 39), 392
for relief of sundry persons who lost improve
ments by treaty with Choctaw Indians, 17, 82, 104, 329,

331
for payment to certain Missouri volunteers, foreer
vices in 1829 and 1830

30, 63, 62, 132, 476
for removal of Red river raft,

82, 86, 105 107
for improvement of narigation of Des Moines river, 92
partial, for the year 1840

- 103
for losses by Indian depredations

104, 278, 329
for the armed occupation and settlement of tha:

part of Florida now overrun and infested by
marauding bands of hostile indians, 20. 105, 107, 109,

113, 117, 126, 130
for completion of certain roads in Arkansas. 17, 82, 203

398, 453, 457
for relief of individuals who sustained damages by
Indian wars since 1830,

86, 263, 277, 278, 279
for continuation of Cumberland road. 117, 153, 1:6

277, 291, 292, 294, 297, 298. 299, 302
for defence of Western borders of Louisiana, Mis-
souri, and Arkansas

· 120
for erection of a hospital in Washington, D. C. 162
for payment of Revolutionary pensioners

. 212
for erection of light houses, lightboats, &c. 341, 471
general

375, 376
Remarks by Mr. Benton,

. 376
Mr. Davis

375
Mr. Hubbard

. 375
Mr. Lumpkin

376
Mr. Norvell ·

375
Mc. Wright

373
for continuation of operations for deepening the chan-
nel at the mouth of Mississippi river

393
for the Patent Office

407,409, 412
for the navy

514, 515, 521, 543
Remarks by Mr. Benton
Mr. Buchanan

5:22
Mr. Calhoun

621, 522
Mr. Clay of Alabama

. 521
Mr. Clay of Kentucky

521
Mr. Cuihbert

521, 522
Mr. Grundy

· 521
Mr. Henderson

527, 522
Mr. Merrick

. 521
Mr. Smith of Indiana

521, 522
Mr. Tappan

521
Mr. Walker

. 521
Mr. Williams

. 621
Mr. Wright

521
for improvement of harbor of Mobile

. 521
for the army,

530, 535, 536, 542, 543
Remarks by Mr. Buchauan

535, 536, 543
Mr. Davis

543
Mr. Hubbard

535, 513
Mr. Huntington

533
Mr. Lumpkin
Mr. Preston
Mr. Smith nf Indiana

. 543
Mr. Southard -

535, 536
Mr. Tallmadge

530
Mr. Walker

543
Mr. Wright

535, 536, 543
for certain fortifications

546
for West Point Academy

. 516
Arbuckle, Gen. Matthew, bill for the relief of

86
Arkansas, (see Defences)

bill for the relief of sundry perring of, who lost im.

provements in consequence of a treaty between ine

United States and Chociaw Indians, 17. 82, 104 327, 331
bill making appropriations to compler certain mita-
ry roads in

17, 82. 203,393, 455, 457
bill to settle the title to certain tracts of land in 17, 55, 81,

82, 92, 104, 220, 223
bill to authorize the inhabitants of lownship eighi, in,

to enter a section of land in lieu of the 16 h sec.
tion, on condition that the same be surrendered 'o
the United States for military purposes, 17, 82, 104, 330

331
bill to authorize the State of to sell the lands hereto.

fore appropriated for the use of schoole 120, 357, 390
bill for the protection of the emigiant and other lo-
dians west of Missouri and .

1 26. 129, 130
bill to quiet the titles of certain land claimants in Miss
souri and

. 162, 176, 419, 421
bill to perfect titles to land south of river 162 419, 421
bill in relation to donations of land to certain persons
in

262, 341
bill for the establishment of ports of entry in Misson-
riand, &c.

Arkansas-

bill authorizing the inhabitants of fractional township

ten south, of range one east, to enter one hall sec-
tion of land for school purposes

503, 510
bill to revive the act entitled, An act to enable claim:

ants to land in Miscouri and, to institute proceedinge
to try validity of their claims, &c. 99, 104, 143, 212, 21)

311,319, 321, 323
Armstrong, armed brig General, bill making appropriation

to be distributed among the officers and crew of the
late

230
Army, bill to equalize the pay and allowances of the officers
of the line and stail of the

207, 212, 490
bill making appropriations for the, for 1840. See
aleo Appropriations)

530, 535, 536, 542, 543
Arts, bill to regulate duties on the imported productions of
the fine

B.
Bank, National

369
Bank notes in District of Columbia. (See District of Co.

Jumbia.)
Bankruptcy, bill to establish a uniform system of ard peti.

tions. 181, 187, 195.291, 212, 213, 219, 226, 228, 229, 233
237, 239, 243, 250, 255, 259, 267, 274, 277, 278, 279, 28!
2-9, 291, 292, 291, 296, 95,301, 32, 306, 309, 310, 317
318,321, 321, 335, 337, 341, 345, 351, 353, 363, 369, 375
378,399, 392, 393, 398.401, 402, 403 405, 407, 408, 414
419, 423, 126, 428, 430, 433, 441, 445, 146, 455, 457, 459

461, 473, 470, 477, 462, 464
Remarks by Mr. Allen
Mr. Anderson

485
Mr. Benton -

. 237
Mr. Buchanan

445, 446
Mr. Clay of Kentucky

345, 445
Mr. Clayton
Mr. Crittenden

. 479
Mr. Dixon

.482
Mc Henderson
Mr. Hubbard

445, 479, 423
Mr. King

. 492
Mr. Linn

.444
Mr. Lumpkin

415, 4S+
Mr. No:y 11
Mr. Pierce

945
Mr. Prenuss -
Mr. Ruggleg.

. 479
Mr. Turan

• 451
Mr. Walker -

445. 473, 482
Mr. Wall

315, 445, 478, 479, 492, 456
Mr. Weheter -

444, 145, 478
Mr Williams

478
Mr. Wright

414, 478, 462
Mr. Young

. 436
Banks, Deposite, joint resolution authorizing the Secretary

of the Treasury to extend further indulgence to the, 490
Beal. Robert, el cred as slant doorkeeper

32
Benton, Thomas Hl. nt Miss uri 1.11. 17,20.39, 54.56. 03, 76

7. 82. 83. 86, 87, 88, 92 93 96. 99, 103, 105, 108, 112
217, 120, 121, 127. 133, 119, 153, 155. 159 162, 161, 166
172, 176, 177, 13, 156, 193, 203, 229, 237, 294. 245, 230
253, 259, 270, 74, 279, 281, 201,201, 202, 295, 312
306, 307, 310 311.319, 313 3:1, 37, 331, 353, 254, 363
379 370, 379, 392, 353, 357, 35, 39), 413 419, 43 161
461, 405, 469, 171, 457, 191 192 49, 155, 506, 507, 510

511, 322. 530 33.5 6.539, 542
his remarks on bill to autoriz: the purchase by the

United States, ni the Bickoj the Louisville
and Portland canal

159
his remark on resolutions in relation to foreign com.
merce

176, 177
his remarks on the en ployment of bloodhounds in
the Firida war

. 13
his remaris on the adjournment of Congresa,

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402, 514

259, 237
h» romarks on bill to redlice a wbacks allowed on
exportation ofrum, refined Surs &

270, 315
biareniarksongener lappropriation bill
his remarks on report of the Secretary of the Trea-

fury in relation to the expenses of the Government
from 1924, o 1939

302
his remarks on sale of exchange of Treasury dra ts 37

353
his remarks on bill to incor/orate the bank of the
District of Columbia

411, 468
his remaks on bill to incorporate the several Banks
of the District of Columbia

464, 165, 506
his remarks on navy appropriation bill

522
B21ts, Thaddeus, or Connecticut 1, 92, 116, 130, 133, 136, 201

212, 220, 226, 233, 245, 309
announcement of death of, by Mr. Smith of Con-
necticut

309
resolutions in relation to and funeral of

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