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Bates, Mr., from Maine, on the Bank of the United States, Chandler, Mr., from New Hampshire, on the tariff, 1751.
840.

Choate, Mr., from Massachusetts, on the tariff, 1064.
asylum for deaf and dumb, 899.

Clay, Mr., from Alabama, on reducing price of public
the tariff, 1639, 1655, 1808.

lanıls, 837, 874.
the revenue collection bill, 1771.

asylum for deaf and dumb, 898, 899, 900.
Beardsley, Mr., from New York, on the tariff, 1574, 1634, the tariff, 1433, 1701, 1751.
1636, 1655.

the culture of silk, 1762.
revenue collection •bill, 1653, 1771, 1819, 1821, land bill, 1904.
1898.

Clayton, Mr., from Georgia, on establishing Southern as-
Bell, Mr., from Tennessee, on asylum for deaf and dumb,

say offices, 887, 888, 922.
896, 897.

appointment of members of Congress, 903.
on the nullifying ordinance, 1088.

the Massachusetts resolutions touching the tariff,
revenue collection bill, 1653, 1755, 1756, 1761,

1569.
1769, 1812, 1817, 1885, 1897.

the tariff bill, 1582, 1583.
enforcement bill, 1676, 1680.

revenue collection bill, 1761,1767,1820,1829,1896.
the tariff bill, 1699.

Coke, Mr., from Virginia, on establishing Southern assay
arsenal at Watervliet, 1765.

offices, 890.
Blair, Mr., from South Carolina, on Southern assay of. the revenue collection bill, 1823, 1824, 1898.
fices, 920.

Connor, Mr., from North Carolina, on reducing the rates
the tariff, 1738, 1748.

of postage, 929.
revenue collection bill, 1771, 1772, 1819, 1855, District of Columbia affairs, 1813.
1887.

Coulter, Mr., from Pennsylvania, on the nullifying ordi.
Boon, Mr., from Indiana, on lowering the price of pub-

nance, 1084, 1088.
lic lands, 873.

the enforcement bill, 1678.
the revenue collection bill, 1766.

revenue collection bill, 1771, 1897.
Bouldin, Mr., from Virginia, on establishing Southern as- Craig, Mr., from Virginia, on reduction of postage, 933.
say offices, 888.

on Matthew Lyon's fine, 1012.
the tariff, 1580, 1695, 1729.

on the nullifying ordinance, 1087.
on the enforcement bill, 1675.

on abolishing slavery in the District of Columbi,
on the revenue collection bill, 1898.

1585.
Branch, Mr., from North Carolina, on appointment of on the tariff, 1655, 1693, 1762.
members of Congress, 908.

on the enforcement bill, 1685.
making naval appropriations, 1667, 1668, 1675. District of Columbia affairs, 1813, 1814.
Briggs, Mr., from Massachusetts, on the tariff, 1034.

revenue collection bill, 1758, 1896, 1898.
Burd, Mr., from Pennsylvania, on changing location of Crawford, Mr., from Pennsylvania, on the tariff bill, 990,
land offices, 1055.

1729.
District of Columbia affairs, 1813.

Daniel, Mr., from Kentucky, on Bank of United States,
on thc tariff, 1739, 1742.

848, 862.
Burges, Mr., from Rhode Island, on Bank of the United referring a portion of President's message, 865,
States, 832.

868, 869.
appointment of members of Congress, 905.

Matthew Lyon's claim, 1020, 1022.
remission of duties, 952.

the enforcement bill, 1676, 1684.
Matthew Lyon's fine, 1011.

revenue collection bill, 1758, 1759, 1767, 1811,
the tariff, 1056, 1225, 1358, 1574, 1580, 1616,

1812, 1822, 1825, 1876.
1780, 1793.

the tariff, 1793.
nullifying ordinance, 1086.

Davis, Mr., from South Carolina, on Matthew Lyon's fine,
revenue collection bill, 1921.

1012.
Cambreleng, Mr., from New York, on Bank of United resolution calling on the President for the evidence
States, 830, 839, 840, 851, 852, 855, 858, 861,

which led him to believe that South Carolina in-
863.

tended taking possession of United States forts,
establishing Southern assay offices, 887.

1763.
asylum for the deaf and dumb, 890, 892.

revenue collection bill, 1768, 1897.
the reduction of postage, 939, 942.

Davis, Mr., from Massachusetts, on a resolution touching
nullifying ordinance, 1083.

the tariff, 1522, 1572, 1574, 1576, 1581.
tariff, 1339, 1434, 1574, 1579, 1581, 1635, 1638, on the tariff bill, 1638, 1660, 1688, 1692, 1702,
1692, 1696, 1701, 1732, 1751.

1740, 1743, 1773.
making naval appropriations, 1668.

revenue collection bill, 1772.
the enforcement bill, 1680, 1681.

Dayan, Mr., from New York, on the tariff, 1655.
the printing of land reports, 1728.

Dearborn, Mr., from Massachusetts, on the Bank of the
District of Columbia affairs, 1815.

United States, 847.
repealing certain duties on hardware, 1748.

establishing Southern assay offices, 889.
revenue collection bill, 1760, 1817.

reduction of postage, 939.
Carr, Mr., from Indiana, on improving the falls of the remission of duties, 944.
Ohio, 835.

Matthew Lyon's fine, 1011.
Carson, Mr., from North Carolina, on establishing South the tariff, 1044, 1681.
ern assay offices, 886, 887, 888, 919.

the nullifying ordinance, 1084.
on the nullifying ordinance, 1084.

making naval appropriations, 1665, 1668, 1669.
on the tariff, 1290, 1291, 1699, 1700.

revenue collection bill, 1812.
making naval appropriations, 1671.

District of Columbia affairs, 1814.
revenue collection bill, 1766, 1812, 1821, 1822, repealing certain duties on hardware, 1748,
1823, 1824, 1825, 1885, 1897, 1898.

arsenal at Watervliet, 1765.
District of Columbia affairs, 1813, 1816.

Denny, Mr., from Pennsylvania, on the tariff, 1142, 1634,
the tariff, 1808.

1635, 1636, 1792.

Dickson, Mr., from New York, on the tariff, 1729, 1779. Huntington, Mr., on the tariff bill, 964, 1636, 1706, 1761,
revenue collection bill, 1760, 1761.

1780, 1809.
Drayton, Mr., from South Carolina, on remission of duties, repealing certain duties on hardware, 1748.
954.

revenue collection bill, 1755.
on Matthew Lyou's fine, 1010.

Ibrie, Mr., from Pennsylvania, on the tariff bill, 1635.
the nullifying ordinance, 1085, 1089.

Ingersoll, Mr., from Connecticut, on sale of Government
on the tariff bill, 1609, 1616, 1681, 1693.

stock, 823, 1714.
the enforcement bill, 1681.

Bank of the United States, 852.
Duncan, Mr., from Illinois, on the defence of the fron remission of duties, 947.
tiers, 1727.

the tariff bill, 977, 1574, 1637.
on public lands, 1743, 1904.

the nullifying ordinance, 1086.
Ellsworth, Mr., from Connecticut, on the Bank of the revenue collection bill, 1822.
United States, 847, 863.

Bank report, 1926.
on establishing Southern assay offices, 889, 919. Irvin, Mr., from Ohio, on reducing price of public lands,
the tariff, 1022, 1638.

838.
the nullifying ordinance, 1084.

fraudulent land claims, 873.
the revenue collection bill, 1653, 1759, 1760.

asylum for the deaf and dumb, 893, 898.
the enforcement bill, 1677.

changing location of land offices, 1055.
Evans, Mr., from Maine, on the tariff, 1635, 1640.

the nullifying ordinance, 1088.
Everetl, Mr., from Massachusetts, on asylum for deaf the tariff, 1681, 1696, 1700.
and dumb, 893, 896, 898, 899.

revenue collection bill, 1757, 1758, 1811.
on reducing the rate of postage, 927, 934, 943. Isacks, Mr., from Tennessee, on appointment of members
on the nullifying ordinance, 1084.

of Congress, 905, 909.
on the tariff, 1226, 1580, 1635, 1636, 1705, 1735. on the tariff, 1704, 1731.
on a resolution relative to do., 1524.

the printing of land reports, 1728.
Everett, Mr., from Vermont, on the tariff, 1228, 1574, the revenue collection bill, 1761, 1851.
1637, 1654, 1655, 1731, 1750, 1778.

Jarvis, Mr., from Maine, on the tariff, 1558, 1635, 1640,
Foster, Mr., from Georgia, on referring a portion of the

1730.
President's message, 866.

District of Columbia affairs, 1812, 1814, 1816.
establishing Southern assay offices, 888, 889, 890, Jenifer, Mr., from Maryland, on the Bank of the United
918, 919.

States, 843.
appointment of members of Congress, 901,903,908. asylum før deaf and dumb, 900.
on the contingent expenses of the Senate, 943.

Matthew Lyon's fine, 1015.
revenue collection bill, 1653, 1759, 1767, 1865, the tariff, 1135, 1616, 1634, 1791.
1897, 1898.

abolishing slavery in the District of Columbia, 1535.
the enforcement bill, 1676, 1682.

Jewett, Mr., from New York, on the tariff bill, 1634.
the tariff, 1772, 1791.

Johnson, Mr., from Kentucky, on Matthew Lyon's fine,
Gilmore, Mr., from Pennsylvania, on the tariff, 1078.

1013, 1020.
Gordon, Mr., from Virginia, on the revenue collection on the nullifying ordinance, 1087.
bill, 1653, 1767, 1897.

Kennon, Mr., from Ohio, on appointment of members of
Grennell, Mr., from Massachusetts, on making naval ap.

Congress, 906, 908.
propriations, 1672.

the tariff, 1056, 1092.
Hall, Mr., from North Carolina, on the tariff, 1738.

on resolution calling for information on the ta.
Hawes, Mr., from Kentucky, on the revenue collection

riff question, 1269.
bill, 1822.

Leavitt, Mr., from Ohio, on the tariff, 1600.
Iliester, Mr., from Pennsylvania, on abolishing slavery in Letcher, Mr., from Kentucky, on the tariff bill, 1772.
the District of Columbia, 1584.

on revenue collection bill, 1897.
Hoffman, Mr., from New York, on Bank of United States, McDuffie, Mr., from South Carolina, on referring a por.
831.

tion of President's message, 870.
appointment of members of Congress, 906.

on the nullifying ordinance, 1085.
reducing rates of postage, 931, 937.

on the tariff, 1291, 1731, 1809.
remission of duties, 944, 945.

on the enforcement bill, 1685.
the nullifying ordinance, 1086.

revenue collection bill, 1771, 1811, 1812, 1825,
resolution calling for information on tariff, 1091,

1903.
1116, 1226, 1264.

District of Columbia Affairs, 1815.
on the tariff bill, 1574, 1638, 1692, 1817.

Bank report, 1932.
making naval appropriations, 1665, 1666, 1675. McKennan, Mr., from Pennsylvania, asylum for deaf and
announced the death of his colleague, James

dumb, 900.
Lent, jr., 1762.

on the tariff, 1655.
report of the minority of the Committee on Manu. Mardis, Mr., from Alabama, on public lands, 838, 1919.
factures, 1865.

East Florida claims, 1686.
Horn, Mr., from Pennsylvania, on the tariff, 1636.

revenue collection bill, 1770, 1811.
repealing duties on hardware, 1747.

District of Columbia affairs, 1813, 1815.
Howard, Mr., from Maryland, on establishing Southern Marshall, Mr., from Kentucky, on the tariff, 1640.
assay offices, 889, 890.

Mason, Mr., from Virginia, on asylum for deaf and dumb,
on the tariff, 1424, 1564, 1634, 1637, 1730.

899, 912.
making naval appropriations, 1674.

on abolishing slavery in the District of Colum.
District of Columbia affairs, 1816.

bia, 1585.
Hubbard, Mr., from New Iampslure, on making naval District of Columbia affairs, 1812, 1814, 1815.
appropriations, 1672.

land bill, 1920.
on the tariff, 1704.

Mercer, Mr., from Virginia, on the sale of Government
Huntington, Mr., from Connecticut, on Southern assay

stock, 822, 823.
offices, 925.

on Bank of United States, 863.

Mercer, Mr., on referring a portion of President's message, Stewart, Mr., on the nullifying ordinance, 1084.
865.

resolution concerning tariff, 1118, 1131, 1270.
District of Columbia affairs, 1815.

the tariff, 1575, 1583, 1664, 1751, 1795.
the revenue collection bill, 1824.

the enforcement bill, 1677, 1684, 1685.
Muhlenberg, Mr., from Pennsylvania, on the tariff, 1299. land bill, 1920.
Nelson, Mr., from Massachusetts, on the tariff, 1640. Taylor, Mr., from New York, on Florida claims, 998.
Patton, Mr., from Virginia, on the tariff bill, 1619, 1651. on Matthew Lyon's fine, 1010.
Pearce, Mr., from Rhode Island, on the tariff, 1492, 1575, East Florida claims, 1686.
1635.

the tariff, 1731, 1772.
Pendleton, Mr., from New York, on the tariff, 1637, 1664, the arsenal at Watervliet, 1765.
1808.

Thomas, Mr., from Maryland, on the Bank of the United
Plummer, Mr., from Mississippi, on fraudulent land claims,

States, 845.
873.

on the tariff, 1639, 1640,
on public lands, 1744, 1904, 1919, 1920.

Thomas, Mr., from Louisiana, District of Columbia af-
Polk, Mr., from Tennessee, on Bank of United States,

fairs, 1816.
833, 840, 849, 851, 1707.

on the tariff, 1739.
referring a portion of President's message, 868. Thompson, Mr., from Georgia, on revenue collection bill,
reduction of postage, 943.

1760.
the tariff, 1162, 1225, 1574, 1636, 1761. Vance, Mr., from Ohio, on the deaf and dumb asylum
a resolution relative to do., 1526.

bill, 916.
reported a bill for sale of bank stock of United changing location of land offices, 1055.
States, 1707; his speech on do., 1713.

making naval appropriations, 1666, 1671, 1674,
revenue collection bill, 1898.

1675.
report of the minority on the Bank United States, Verplanck, Mr., from New York, on the contingent ex-
1902.

penses of the Senate, 944.
land bill, 1920.

remission of duties, 944.
agreeing to the report on the Bank, 1922.

on the tariff bill, 962, 1121, 1225, 1356, 1636.
Reed, Mr., from Massachusetts, on reduction of postage, revenue collection bill, 1817, 1822.
932.

report on the Bank'of the United States, 1898.
on the tariff, 1176, 1640, 1761.

general appropriation bill, 1921.
Root, Mr., from New York, on public lands, 838, 1920. Vinton, Mr., from Ohio, on asylum for deaf and dumb,
on Bank of United States, 862.

895, 896, 911.
on the lien bill, 871.

the tariff, 1273, 1290, 1291, 1575, 1636, 1732,1749.
establishing Southern assay offices, 886, 887, 894, the bill for the relief of the heirs of Matthew Lyon,
920.

1654.
deaf and dumb asylum, 912, 916.

Wardwell, Mr., from New York, on the tariff, 1637, 1639,
amending the constitution, 940.

1681.
reduction of postage, 943.

District of Columbia affairs, 1812.
Matthew Lyon's fine, 1015.

Ward, Mr., from New York, on asylum for the deaf and
the tariff, 1103, 1573, 1574, 1635,1636, 1655,1656.

dumb, 890.
on the culture of silk, 1762.

the tariff bill, 1585.
revenue collection bill, 1862.

arsenal at Watervliet, 1764, 1765.
Russell, Mr., from Ohio, on the tariff, 1637, 1639.

revenue collection bill, 1897.
Semmes, Mr., from Maryland, on the lien bill, 871. Washington, Mr., from Maryland, on the lien bill, 871.
asylum for deaf and dumb, 899.

District of Columbia affairs, 1813, 1814, 1816.
the tariff, 1575, 1636, 1639.

general appropriation bill, 1921.
making naval appropriations, 1669.

Watmough, Mr., from Pennsylvania, on Bank of United
Shepard, Wm. B., from North Carolina, on the tariff, States, 833, 840, 841, 853, 861, 862.
1434.

on the tariff, 1290, 1291, 1637.
Slade, Mr., from Vermont, asylum for the deaf and dumb, making naval appropriations, 1668, 1675.
899.

selling stock of Bank of the United States, 1716.
on the tariff, 1454, 1664.

Wayne, Mr., from Georgia, on the Bank of United States,
bill for relief of the heirs of Matthew Lyon, 1654.

824, 826, 832, 842, 862.
Sutherland, Mr., from Pennsylvania, on the lien bill, on the nullifying ordinance, 1083, 1085.
872, 1636.

the tariff, 1568,1681, 1697, 1701, 1706, 1728, 1732,
on the revenue collection bill, 1761.

1741.
on the tariff, 1804.

revenue collection bill, 1755, 1757, 1758, 1760,
Speight, Mr., from North Carolina, on referring portions 1768, 1812, 1823, 1939.
of the President's message, 822, 823, 865.

on resolution calling on the President for informa-
in relation to the Bank of the United States, 824,

tion in relation to South Carolina, 1764.
841, 843, 862.

the Bank report, 1935.
on the lien bill, 871.

White, Mr., from Florida, on fraudulent land claims, 873.
on proposed amendment to constitution, 899.

Florida claims, 998, 1685, 1686, 1687.
appointment of members of Congress, 904.

the printing of land reports, 1728.
the nullifying ordinance, 1088.

land bill, 1904.
the tariff, 1225, 1639, 1748, 1749, 1809.

White, Mr., from New York, on the tariff, 1157, 1564,
making naval appropriations, 1672.

1575, 1639.
revenue collection bill, 1756, 1757, 1767. Whittlesey, Mr., from Ohio, on the enforcement bill,
the land bill, 1905.

1685.
Stewart, Mr., from Pennsylvania, on Bank of the United on selling the stock of United States Bank, 1722.
States, 864.

District of Columbia affairs, 1813, 1814, 1815.
on referring a portion of the President's message, revenue collection bill, 1766.
867, 869.

the Bank report, 1935.

age, 930.

Wickliffe, Mr., from Kentucky, on Bank of United States, Wickliffe, Mr., on arsenal at Watervliet, 1764, 1765.
824, 830, 839, 851, 852, 858, 860.

general appropriation bill, 1921.
on fraudulent land claims, 873.

Wilde, Mr., from Georgia, on reducing the rates of post-
on amendment to the constitution, 893, 894.
asylum for deaf und dumb, 896.

changing the location of certain land offices, 9.
appointment of members of Congress, 901, 902, 907. the nullifying ordinance, 1089, 1084, 1085, 1087.
remission of duties, 944, 953.

the tariff, 1225, 1249, 1356, 1600, 1637, 1664,
changing the location of certain land offices, 976.

1705, 1741.
Massachusetts resolutions relative to the tariff, the Massachusetts resolutions on do., 1478, 1522,
1526, 1527, 1571, 1576.

1524, 1527, 1577.
on the tariff bill, 1638, 1640, 1681, 1699, 1701, revenue collection bill, 1755.
1707, 1731, 1749, 1762, 1772, 1773.

Williams, Mr., from North Carolina, on public lands, 837,
making naval appropriations, 1665, 1667.

838, 874, 876, 879.
East Florida claims, 1686.

asylum for deaf and dumb, 899.
selling the bank stock of the United States, 1707. remission of duties, 954.
l'esolution proposing a publication of land reports, the nullifying ordinance, 1086, 1088.
1726.

the tariff, 1810, 1811.
District of Columbia affairs, 1813.

revenue collection bill, 1766, 1811.
public lands, 1743, 1744, 1904.

Young, Mr., from Connecticut, on the tariff, 1413.
revenue collection bill, 1756, 1757, 1767, 1768,

1772, 1817, 1818, 1823, 1825, 1896, 1897, 1898.

gan, 1.

INDEX TO THE APPENDIX.
ACTS OF CONGRESS.

An act to modify the act of the 14th of July, 1832, and

all other acts tmposing duties on imports, 10.
an act making appropriations in part for the support of making appropriations for the Indian Department
Government for the year 1833, and for certain

for the year 1833, 11.
expenditures of 1832, 1.

further to provide for the collection of duties on
making appropriations for the revolutionary and

imports, 12.
other pensioners for the year 1833, 1.

to explain and amend the 18th section of an act to
making appropriations for carrying on the fortifi.

alter and amend the several acts imposing du-
cations of the United States for 1833, 1.

ties on imports; approved the 14th July, 1832, 13.
to establish a land office in the Territory of Michi making appropriations to carry into effect cer-

tain Indian treaties, and for other purposes, for
to explain an act to reduce the duties on coffee,

the year 1833, 14.
tea, and cocoa; passed in 1830, 2.

making appropriations for the engineer and ord.
to amend an act to alter and amend an act to set

nance departments, 16.
apart and dispose of certain public lands for the making appropriations for the support of the
encouragement of the cultivation of the yine

army for the year 1833, 17.
and olive; passed in 1831, 2.

to explain and amend the act to alter and amend
to amend an act supplementary to the act for the

the several acts imposing duties on imports;
relief of certain surviving officers and soldiers

passed July 14, 1832, so far as relates to hard-
of the revolution, 2.

ware, and certain manufactures of copper and
for the further improvement of Pennsylvania

brass, and other articles, 18.
Avenue, 2.

making appropriations for the erection of certain
for the payment for horses and arms lost in the

fortifications, 18.
military service of the United States against the for improving the navigation of certain rivers in
Indians, 2.

the Territories of Florida and Michigan, and
for the purchase of certain copies of Watterston

for surveys and other purposes, 18.
and Van Zandt's Statistical Tables, and to au in relation to the Potomac bridge, 18.
thorize a subscription for a continuation of the to improve the navigation of the Potomac river,
same, 3.

between Georgetown and Alexandria, and for
making appropriations for the naval service for

other purposes, 18.
the year 1833, 3.

in addition to the act for the gradual improvement
making appropriations for Indian annuities, and

of the navy of the United States, 18.
other similar objects, for 1833, 4.

to improve the condition of the non-commissioned
to authorize the laying out and constructing a

officers and privates of the army and marine
road from Line creek to the Chattahoochee, and

corps of the United States, and to prevent de-
for repairing the road on which the mail is now

sertion, 19.
transported, 5.

making appropriations for carrying on certain
to authorize the Legislature of Ohio to sell the

works heretofore commenced for the improve-
land reserved for the support of religion in the

ment of harbors and rivers, and also for contin-
Ohio Company and J. C. Symmes's pur-

uing and repairing the Cumberland road,
chases, 5.

and certain Territorial roads, 19.
further to extend the fine for entering certain do making appropriations for the public buildirigs,
nation claims to land in the Territory of Arkan.

and for other purposes, 20.

for the construction of a road from the Mississippi
for making Calais and Pembroke, in Maine, ports

river to William Strong's, on the St. Francis
of delivery, 5.

river, in the Territory of Arkansas, 20.
making appropriations for the civil and diplomatic prolonging the second session of the fifth Legisla-
expenses of Government for the year 1833, 6.

tive Council of the Territory of Michigan, 20.
Vol. IX.-f

sas, 5.

An act in addition to, and in alteration of, an act vesting Arkansas to sell the land granted to said Terri-

in the corporation of the city of Washington all tory by an act of Congress approved the 15th
the rights of the Washington Canal Company,

of June, 1832, and for other purposes, 29.
and for other purposes, 20.

An act for the relief of the widows and orphans of the
establishing a port of entry and delivery at the officers and seamen who were lost in the United
village of Fall river, in Massachusetts, and dis-

States' schooner Sylph, 30.
continuing the office at Dighton, 21.
to authorize the President of the United States to

RESOLUTIONS.
exchange certain lands belonging to the navy Resolution authorizing the delivery of certain papers in
yard at Brooklyn, for other lands contiguous the Department of State to the commissioners
thereto, 21.

for settling claims under the treaty with France,
for the more perfect defence of the frontiers, 21.

of the 20 February, 1832, 30.
to create sundry new land offices, and to alter the in relation to the execution of the act supplemen-
boundaries of other land offices of the United

tary to the act for the relief of certain surviving
States, 21.

officers and soldiers of the revolution, 30.
making provision for the publication of the Docu for the relief of sundry owners of vessels sunk for
mentary History of the American Revolution,

the defence of Baltimore, 30.
22.

authorizing the Secretary of War to correct cer-
declaring the assent of Congress to an act of the

tain mistakes, 30.
General Assembly of Virginia, hereafter re providing for the continuation of Gales & Seaton's
cited, 22.

Compilation of State Papers, 30.
to secure to mechanics and others payment for to place thirty copies of the Diplomatic Corre-
labor done, and materials furnished in the erec-

spondence of the American Revolution at the
tion of buildings in the District of Columbia, 25.

disposition of the Secretary of State, 30.
to authorize the county commissioners for the Adams, Mr., his report on the tariff, (see tarif.)

county of Peoria, in the State of Illinois, to American commerce, spoliations on, 202.
enter a fractional quarter-section of land for a Army, (see Report of the major general.)
seat of justice, and for other purposes, 25.

(see Report of the quartermaster general.)
authorizing an alteration in the election districts enlistment of minors, General Macomb's letter

for members of the Legislative Council of the on, and a bill to improve the condition of the
Territory of Michigan, 25.

rank and file of the army, 91.
supplementary to an act concerning a seminary of Bank of the United States, Mr. Verplanck's report of
learning in the Territory of Arkansas; approved

the majority on, 64.
March 7, 1827, 25.

Mr. Polk's report of the minority on the bank, 66.
supplemental to the act for the final adjustment

Do.

supplemental, 82.
of land claims in Missouri, 26.

correspondence with, respecting the three per
authorizing the removal of the office of surveyor

cent. stock, 103.
general of public lands south of Tennessee, 26. Consular establishment, a report of the Secretary of
granting certain lots to the President and Directors

State in relation to, 129.
of the Georgetown College, in the District of Debt, Mr. R. M. Johnson's report and bill on the abolish-
Columbia, 26.

ment of imprisonment for, 93.
to amend an act to grant a quantity of land in the Engineer, chief, report of, (see reports.)

State of Illinois, for the purpose of aiding in Finances, state of, (see reports.)
opening a canal to connect the waters of Illinois Foreign Relations, (see President's message on,)
river with those of lake Michigan, and to allow French spoliations, a message from the President, will
further time to the State of Ohio for commencing

sundry documents, 202.
the Miami canal from Dayton to lake Erie, 26. Gold and silver bullion, relative value of, (see mint.)
to incorporate the Georgetown Free School and Gratiot, Brigadier General, letter to the President in rela-
Orphan Asylum, in the District of Columbia, 26.

tion to the harbor bill, 61.
to authorize the President of the United States to Grundy, Mr., his report on reduction of postage, 143.

cause the public surveys to be connected with Half-pay, bounty lands, &c., documents on the subject,
the line of demarcation between the States of

108.
Indiana and Illinois, 27.

Harbor bill, (see velo, and General Gratiot's letter to the
further to extend the powers of the Board of Canal President.)

Commissioners for the improvement of the Ten- Indians, Northwestern, Schoolcraft's report on the, 110.

nessee river, in the State of Alabama, 27. Interest, a bill to settle the claims of States for interest
prescribing the mode by which patents for public during the war, (sec veto.)

lands sball be signed and executed, 27. Johnson, Mr. R. M., (see mineralogy.)
to revive the act supplementary to the several laws report on imprisonment for debt, (see debt.)
for the sale of public lands, 28.

Johnson, Judge, of Arkansas, charges against, 63.
to establish a town at St. Mark's, in Florida, 28. Live oak, Secretary of the Navy's report on, 117.
granting an additional quantity of land for the Major general of the army, (see reports.)

location of revolutionary bounty land warrants, Members of the two Houses, a list of, 1.
28.

Mineralogy and geology, (Mr. R. M. Johnson's report
1o extend the provisions of the act of the 3d of

thereon,) 62.
March, 1807, to prevent settlements being made Minors, enlistment of, (see army.),
on lands ceded to the United States, until au- Mint, a letter from the director of, on the relative value
thorized by law, 28.

of gold and silver bullion, 98.
to carry into effect the convention between the Navy, Secretary of, his report, (see reports.)

United States and His Majesty the King of the Polk, Mr., reports on the Bank United States, (see bank.)
Two Sicilies, concluded at Naples on the 14th Postmaster General, his report, (see reports.)
October, 1832, 29.

President of the United States' message at the opening of
to authorize the Governor of the Territory of Congress, 2.

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