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Duties (See Tonnage )

various amendments proposed, and debate there-
Electoral votes for President and Vice President, resolu-

on, 144 to 153, 168 to 175, 187 to 190; form
tion from the Senate proposing a joint commit-

of the bill as amended, 190 ; further amendments
tee to ascertain and report a mode of examining

proposed, 191 ; amendments reported by the
the, and of notifying the persons elected, taken

committee of the whole concurred in, 192; bill
up and adopted, 309; report of joint committee,

rejected, 192.
321, 3:22, 350.

Paulding, widow of John, resolutions submitted to recom-
reception of the Senate to witness the opening and

mit report made in her case on a memorial pray-
counting, 350.

ing for a pension, 272; amended and agreed to,
report of the return of the, announced by the tell-

273
ers, 350.

Postmaster General, report of. (See Appendix, 17.)
Andrew Jackson declared duly elected President, letter from, on ihe subject of transporting the mails
and John C. Calhoun, Vice President, 350.

on the Sabbath, 26.
joint committee on, to notify the President elect of President of the United States, annual message of, com-
his election, 351; reported, 359.

municated, 95. (See Appendix.)
Exploring expedition in the southern hemisphere, bill message from, communicating instructions to Pa-
making provision for, taken up, 215; ordered to

nama ministers, 390 ; motion to lay on the table
a third reading, 216; report of the Secretary of

agreed to, 390; motion to print, negatived, 390.
the Navy on, (See Appendix, 27.)

(See Appendix, 38.)
Georgia claims for Indian depredations, report of com President and Vice President of the United States, resolu-
mittee on, taken up, 155 ; motion to reverse the

tions proposing to amend the constitution in rela-
decision of the committee, and debate thereon,

tion to the manner of electing the, taken up, 119.
155 to 160 ; again taken up, 195; debate there. President and Vice President eiect. (See Electoral Votes.)
on, 217 to 236; motion to reverse the report Printing for Congress, resolution submitted to inquire into
of the committee negatived, 236; motion renew-

the expediency of reducing the prices of the,
ed in the House, 236, 239; question taken and

125; adopted, 125.
report concurred in, 264 ; motion to reconsider Retrenchment, resolution submitted proposing to commit
the decision, 266 ; agreed to, and the report laid

report on retrenchment made at the last session
on the table, 266.

to a select committee, 143 ; agreed to, 144.
Huron, bill for the erection of the territory of, taken up, resolution submitted by the committee of, prohibit-
97, 125 ; debate thereon, 244; and ordered to a

ing the use of stationery for other than specified
third reading, 245.

purposes, taken up, and debate thereon, 261 to
Illinois, bill to ascertain the northern boundary of, taken

266 ; laid on the table, 266.
up and laid on the table, 99.

Revolutionary survivors, bill for the relief of sundry, taken
Indians, Cherokee and Pattawatima, bill for holding trea-

up, 213 ; laid aside, 215; ordered to a third read-
ties with, taken up and debated, 385.

ing, 215.
Internal improvements, resolutions submitted denying to Revolutionary Pensioners, bill to amend the act to provide
Congress the power of making, 106 ; taken up

for certain, taken up, and various amendments
and laid on the table, 112.

proposed and debated, 372; ordered to a third
Land claims in Tennessee. (See Tennessee.)

reading, 373 ; taken up and motion to recommit,
Laws of the United States, resolution to inquire into the

378 ; debate thereon, 378 to 381; motion nega-
expediency of publishing a stereotype edition of,

tived, 381; bill passed, 382.
96.

Road, Washington and Fredericktown turnpike, bill au-
passed during the session. (See Appendix, 51,

thorizing a subscription of stock to the, taken
et seq.)

up, 211; debate thereon and postponed, 211 to
Lotteries, bill to authorize the corporation of Washington

213; taken up and amended, 239 ; ordered to be
to draw, taken up, 264 ; postponed, 265 ; recom-

engrossed, 240.
mitted with instructions, 298.

from Detroit to Chicago, bill making appropriation
Louisiana, resolutions submitted to inquire into the expe-

for constructing the, reported with amendments,
diency of granting five hundred thousand acres

385 ; amendments amended and bill ordered to a
of public land, to enable the State of to open a

third reading, 385.
canal between the Mississippi and Lake Poni- Roads. (See Cumberland— Maine.)
chartrain ; and, also, a township of land for the Rules of the House, resolution proposing to amend the,
benefit of Louisiana college, 245, motion to

so as to make elections viva voce, taken up and
amend, 255; amendment adopted, and resolu-

debated, 216, 217, 236 to 239 ; resolution laid on
tions laid on the table, 256.

the table, 239.
Maine, report of committee adverse to making an appro- Rules, resolutions proposing to amend the, in relation to
priation in the Chicago road bill, for the con-

the rights of petitioners, taken up and debated,
struction of a road from Mars' Hill, in the State

297; laid on the table, 298.
of, 385 ; motion to reverse the report proposed, Slavery in the District of Columbia, preamble and resolu-
amended, agreed to, and the bill ordered to a

tions, submitted to take into consideration the
third reading, 385.

laws in relation to, and to provide for the gra-
Maison Rouge and others. (See Claims.)

dual abolition of, 167 ; question of consideration
Navy, report of the Secretary of. (See Appendix, 11.)

moved, 167 ; agreed to, 167; motion to strike
report of, on the polar expedition. (See Appendix,

out the preamble, 168, 175; to lay the preamble
27.)

and resolutions on the table, negatived, 191;
Order, points of decided, 191, 239, 273, 319, 351, 361,

motion to suspend the rule limiting the consi-
363, 364, 367, 371,386, 387, 388.

deration of resolutions to an hour, negatived,
Ordnance, resolution introduced to inquire into the expe-

191; preanble modified, 191 ; previous question
diency of increasing the appropriation for sup-

moved and sustained, 191 ; divided, and taken
plies of, 111; negatived, 112.

first on the preamble, 192 ; preamble rejected,
Oregon river, bill to authorize the occupation of the,

and the resolutions agreed to, 192.
taken up and debated, 125 to 143 ; motion to Speaker, vote of thanks to, 388; debate thereon, 388,
commit to the Committee on the Territories,

389, 390.
with instructions, 143 ; motion withdrawn, 144; address of, on adjourning the House, 390, 391.

Speaker, casting vote of, 320.

thereon, 318, 319, 320; laid on the table, 320;
Sunday mails, report of committee on the transportation

taken up, 383: passed, 384.
of. (See Appendix, 24 )

Treasury, report of the Secretary of. (See Appendix, 19.)
Supreme Court, bill reported requiring the concurrence of War, report of the Secretary of. (See Appendix, 7.)

five justices in cases where the validity of a State Washington and Fredericktown lurnpike. (See Road.)
constitution or law is drawn in question, 153; Yeas and Nays, on ordering to third reading bill allowing
motion to print extra copies, and debate thereon,

additional drawback on refined sugar, 111.
153, 154, 155 ; motion agreed to, 155 ; report of on laying on the table preamble and resolutions in
committee on. (See Appendix, 23.)

relation to slavery in the District of Columbia,
Teas, bill, equalizing the duties on, reported at the last

191 ; on agreeing to same, 192.
session, referred to Committee of the Whole on on ordering the Oregon bill 10 a third reading, 192.
the state of the Union, 161.

on laying bill for settling Tennessee land claims on
Tennessee land claims, bill to authorize the State to issue

the table, 211.
grants, perfect titles, &c. taken up, 161 ; amend on third reading southern exploring expedition
ments proposed, and debate thereon, 161, to 167 ;

bill, 215.
taken up and postponed, 168; again taken up on third reading bill to repeal tonnage duties, 318;
and debate thereon, 195 to 211; motion to lay

on passing same, 384.
bill and amendments on the table agreed to, 211. on third reading bill for the repair of the Cumber-
Thompson, Mr. of New Jersey, his death announced, 95.

land road, 361
Tonnage duties, bill to repeal, taken up, 309; and debate on passing revolutionary pension bill, 381.

thereon to 318 ; ordered to a third reading, 318 ; on printing instructions to Panama ministers, 390.
motion to recommit with instructions, and debate

INDEX TO THE NAMES

OF THE SPEAKERS IN THE DEBATES OF THE SENATE, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.

Barton, Mr.on bill for sale of lead mines in Missouri, 9. Chambers, Mr. on the nomination of John J.Crittenden, 81.
on Alabama school lands, 10.

Chandler, Mr. on the resolution relative to the printing for
on Missouri land claims, 44.

Congress. 5.
on claims of Maison Rouge, 46.

on bill for sale of lead mines in Missouri, 9.
on Louisiana school lands, 47.

on Alabama school lands, 10, 11, 12.
on Mississippi school lands, 50.

on Sunday mails, 42.
Benton, Mr. on resolution relative to the printing for on Missouri land claims, 44.
Congress,

on Louisville and Portland canal, 48.
on bill for sale of lead mines in Missouri, 8, 9.

on extinguishment of debt due for public lands, 60.
on bill allowing duties to be secured and paid at on second reading revolutionary pension bill, 63.
Louisville, &c. 9.

on instructions to Panama ministers, 70.
on Alabama school lands, 11.

on relief revolutionary officers, &c. 70, 71, 72,
on drawback on refined sugar, 13, 15, 16.

on repair of Cumberland road, 74.
on the sinking fund, 18, 27.

Chase, Mr. on relief revolutionary officers, &c. 71, 72.
on the distribution of the revenue, 34, 39.

Dickerson Mr. on drawback on refined sugar, 15.
on repair of Cumberland road, 44, 74.

on the sinking fund, 24.
on Missouri land claims, 44.

on the distribution of the revenue, 28, 35, 37, 42.
on claims of Maison Rouge, 46.

on South Carolina anti-tariff protest, 58.
on the Louisville and Portland canal, 49.

Eaton, Mr. on introducing resolution in relation to the
on Mississippi school lands, 49.

printing for Congress, 2, 3, 4, 7.
on subscribing to Chesapeake and Delaware canal on repair of Cumberland road, 74.
stock, 60, 62, 63.

Foot. Mr, on the distribution of the revenue, 41.
on instructions to Panama ministers, 67.

on relief officers of the revolution, &c. 63, 64, 70
on relief revolutionary officers, &c. 71, 73.

72.
on printing Panama documents, 80.

on printing Panama documents, 80.
Bell, Mr. on Alabama school lands, 11.

Hayne, Mr. on the distribution of the revenue, 33, 37, 40.
Berrien, Mr. on bill salary to marshal of Connecticut, 12. on exploring expedition in South seas, 50.
on electing officers in Arkansas, 17.

on South Carolina anti-lariff protest, 56.
on Georgia protest, 22.

on relief officers of the revolution, &c. 64, 70, 71, 72.
on distribution of the revenue, 40, 42.

on instructions to Panama ininisters, 65, 66.
on amending judicial system, 49.

on printing Panama documents, 77.
on instructions to Panama ministers, 69.

Hendricks, Mr. on Cumberland road, 43, 74.
on relief revolutionary officers, &c. 71, 72, 73.

on Mississippi school lands, 49, 50.
on printing Panama documents, 75, 76, 80.

on ceding to Indiana public lands, 58.
Branch, Mr. on bill for sale of lead mines in Missouri, E.

on subscribing to Chesapeake and Delaware canal
on Alabama school lands, 12.

stock, 61.
on Cumberland road, 43.

Holmes, Mr. on relief revolutionary officers, 73.
on Louisville and Portland canal, 47, 48.

on printing Panama documents, 76.
on Mississippi school lands, 49.

on the nomination of John J. Crittenden, 86.
Chambers, Mr. on resolution relative to the printing for Johnson, Mr. of Kentucky, on the bill for the preservation
Congress, 7, 8.

and repair of the Cumberland road, 1, 2.
on Sunday mails, 42.

on admitting strangers on the floor of the Senate, 2.
on instrnctions to Panama Ministers, 68, 69.

on the resolution relative to the printing for Con-
on printing Panama documents, 75, 76, 78, 80.

gress, 4, 5.

gress, 5.

Johnson, Mr. of Kentucky, on Sunday mails, 42.

Noble, Mr. on second reading revolutionary pension bill,63.
on Louisville and Portland canal, 47.

on relief revolutionary officers, 71, 73.
Johnston, Mr. of Louisiana, on resolution relative to print- Prince, Mr. on Missouri land claims, 44.
ing for Congress, 8.

on relief revolutionary officers, &c. 72, 73.
on drawback on refined sugar, 14.

Rowan, Mr. on Louisville and Portland canal, 47, 48.
on the sinking fund, 26.

Ruggles, Mr. on extinguishment of debt due for public
on claim of Maison Rouge, 35, 44, 46.

lands, 60.
on distribution of the revenue, 37, 39, 41.

Sanford, Mr. on drawback on refined sugar, 13.
on Louisville and Portland canal, 48.

on the sinking fund, 23.
on subscribing to Chesapeake and Delaware canal on Louisiana school lands, 47.
stock, 62.

Silsbee, Mr. on drawbacks on merchandise, 12, 13.
on the nomination of John J. Critter:den, 91. Smith, Mr. of Maryland, on Alabama school lands, 11.
Kane, Mr. on resolution relative to the printing for Con on drawbacks on merchandise, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17.

on electing officers in Arkansas, 18.
on Alabama school lands, 11.

on the sinking fund, 22, 24.
on distribution of the revenue, 39.

on the distribution of the revenue, 32.
on Mississippi school lands, 49.

on Louisville and Portland canal, 48.
on subscribing to Chesapeake and Delaware canal on subscribing to Chesapeake and Delaware canal
stock, 60.

stock, 62.
on repair of Cumberland road, 74.

on instructions to Panama ministers, 68.
King, Mr. on Alabama school lands, 10, 12.

on relief revolutionary officers, &c. 73.
Knight, Mr. on resolution relative to the printing for Con-

on repair of Cumberland road, 74.
gress, 3, 4, 5, 7.

Smith, Mr. of South Carolina, on claim of Maison Rouge,
Marks, Mr. on bill allowing duties to be secured and paid

35, 44.
at Louisville, &c. 9.

on South Carolina anti-tariff protest, 53.
on subscribing to Chesapeake and Delaware canal on relief officers of the revolution, &c. 63, 71.
stock, 62,

Tazewell, Mr. on resolution relative to printing for Con-
on second reading revolutionary pension bill, 63.
on relief revolutionary officers, &c. 63, 71, 73.

on drawback on refined sugar, 16, 17.
McKinley, Mr. on Northeastern boundary, 43.

on subscribing to Chesapeake and Delaware canal
on instructions to Panama ministers, 70.

stock, 61, 62.
McLane, Mr on drawback on refined sugar, 14.

on instructions to Panama ministers, 64, 66, 67, 69.
on the distribution of the revenue, 41.

on relief revolutionary officers, &c. 12.
on Louisville and Portland canal, 48.

on printing Panama documents, 74.
on the sinking fund, 60.

Websler, Mr. on distribution of ihe revenue, 40.
on subscribing to Chesapeake and Delaware canal on the judicial system, 43, 49.
stock, 60, 61.

on subscribing to Chesapeake and Delaware canal
Noble, Mr. on introducing pension bills, 3.

slock, 61, 62.
on resolution relative to Congress printing, 8.

on instructions to Panama ministers, 64, 65, 66, 70.
on Cumberland road bill, 15.

White, Mr on introducing resolution to inquire into the
on Mississippi school lands, 50.

expediency of amending judicial system, 2.
on continuing Cumberland road in Indiana, 59. Woodbury, Mr. on bill allowing duties to be secured and
on extinguishment of debt due for public lands, 60.

paid at Louisville, &c 9.
on subscribing to Chesapeake and Delaware canal on drawback on refined sugar, 13, 17.
stock, 61.

on printing Panama documents, 76.

gress, 7.

INDEX TO THE NAMES OF THE SPEAKERS

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.

Alexander, Mr on the Cumberland road, 360.
Allen, Mr on a vote of thanks to the Speaker, 388.
Anderson, Mr. on resolution calling for intormation in the

case of John Baker, 161.
on the Cumberland road, 273.

on military road in Maine, 385.
Archer, Mr. on the Cumberland road, 256, 361.
Barbour, Mr. P. P. on Northern boundary of Illinois, 99.

on printing report of Judiciary Committee, 154.
on bill to elect certain officers in Arkansas, 191.
on bill to relieve revolutionary survivors, 213, 215.
on the Cumberland road, 251, 351.
on repealing tonnage duries, 320.

on a vote of thanks to the Speaker, 389.
Barbour, Mr. J. S. on the Cumberland road, 351.
Barnard, Mr, on the Cumberland road, 322.
Barney, Mr. on extension of time for drawback, 98.

on drawback on refined sugar, 103.
on Washington and Frederick turnpike, 213.
on bill to relieve revolutionary survivors, 215, 379.

Barney, Mr. on retrenchment, 263.

on the Cumberland road, 271, 385.

on a vote of thanks to the Speaker, 389.
Barringer, Mr. on amending the rules, 237.

on reprinting Congressional documents, 351, 360,

375, 376, 377, 3-2.
Bartlett, Mr. on resolution calling for information in the

case of John Baker, 161.
on resolutions relative to slavery in the District of

Colunbia, 191.
on Tennessee land claims, 210.
on amending the rules, 236.
on granting land to lake Puntchartrain canal, &c.

255, 256.
on retrenchment, 261.
on the claims of Maison Rouge, 266.
on the right of petition, 297.

on a vole of thanks to the Speaker, 388.
Bassett, Mr. on Washington and Frederick turnpike, 212.'

on revolutionary pension bill, 381.

Bates, Mr. of Missouri, on the occupation of the Oregon | Floyd, Mr. of Virginia, on revolutionary pension bill, 381.
river, 126, 151, 173.

Foot, Mr. on the Cumberland road, 266.
on the Huron territory bill, 245.

Forward, Mr. on revolutionary pension bill, 380.
on retrenchment, 262.

Gilmer, Mr. on drawback on refined sugar, 106.
on bill to relieve revolutionary survivors, 372, 378, on Washington and Frederick turnpike, 212.
381.

on the Georgia claims, 233.
Bates, Mr. of Massachusetts, on printing report of Judiciary on repealing tonnage duties. 309, 313.
Committee, 154.

on bill to relieve revolutionary survivors, 372, 380.
on bill to relieve revolutionary survivors, 214. Gorham, Mr on drawback on refined sugar, 101.
on the Cumberland road, 385.

on the occupation of the Oregon river, 137.
Bell, Mr. on Tennessee land claims, 166.

on repealing tonnage duties, 318.
on the Cumberland road, 337.

on the Cumberland road, 351.
Blair, Mr. on Tennessee land claims, 203,

Gurley, Mr. of Louisiana, on drawback on refined sugar,
Brent, Mr. of Louisiana, on drawback on refined sugar,

112
114, 115, 118.

on the occupancy of the Oregon river, 126, 145.
on granting land to Pontchartrain canal and Louisi on granting land to Pontchartrain canal and Louisi-
ana college, 247.

ana college, 245, 255.
on a vote of thanks to the Speaker, 388.

Hall, Mr. of North Carolina, on internal improvements,
Bryan, Mr. on Tennessee land claims, 165.

106, 112.
Buckner, Mr. on Tennessee land claims, 165.

Hamilton, Mr. on committing retrenchment report of last
on the claims of Maison Rouge, 266.

session, 143.
on the Cumberland road, 290.

on retrenchment, 265, 266.
Buchanan, Mr. on the extension of time for drawbacks, 98. on repealing tonnage duties, 319.
on the occupancy of the Oregon river, 126.

on reprinting Congressional documents, 361, 383.
on the Cumberland road, 215, 240, 351, 361, 385, on a vote of thanks to the Speaker, 389.
386.

on printing Panama documents, 390.
on the Huron territory bill, 245.

Hayne, Mr. on the Georgia claims, 266.
on amending the constitution, 320.

on reprinting Congressional documents, 360.
Bupner, Mr. on the Cumberland road, 359.

on bill to relieve revolutionary survivors, 372.
Cambreleng, Mr. on the drawback system, 97, 144.

on printing Panama documents, 390.
on increasing drawback on refined sugar, 97, 100. Hoffman, Mr. on the Cumberland road, 351.
108, 111, 118.

on bill to relieve revolutionary survivors, 372, 383.
on credit for duties, 100.

on reprinting Congressional documents, 383, 386.
on bill equalizing the duties on teas, 161.

Hunt, Mr. on granting land to Pontchartrain canal and
on the occupation of the Oregon river, 169, 175.

Louisiana college, 247.
on retrenchment, 263, 265.

Ingersoll, Mr. on the occupation of the Oregon river, 187,
on revolutionary pension bill, 381.

190
on repealing tonnage duties, 383.

on drawing lotteries in Washington, 264, 298.
Carson, Mr. on Georgia claims, 156

Isaacs Mr. on bill to elect certain officers in Arkansas,
on Tennessee land claims, 198, 210.

191.
on revolutionary pension bill, 379.

on Tennessee land claims, 206.
Chilton, Mr. on the Cumberland road, 360.

on granting land to Pontchartrain canal and Louis-
Condict, Mr. on amending the constitution, 322.

iana college, 247, 255, 256.
Crockett, Mr. on Tennessee land claims, 162, 164, 165, on the claims of Maison Rouge, 266.
166, 199.

Kremer, Mr. on the Huron territory bill, 244, 245.
Culpeper, Mr. on Tennessee land claims, 166, 208.

on drawing lotteries in Washington, 264.
on resolutions relative to slavery in the District of on repealing tonnage duties, 318.
Columbia, 168.

on amending the constitution, 321.
on amending the rules, 217.

on the Cumberland road,351.
on a vote of thanks to the Speaker, 390.

on revolutionary pension bill, 381.
Daniel, Mr. on the Georgia claims, 266.

on reprinting Congressional documents, 388.
on the Cumberland road, 329.

Lea, Mr. on Tennessee land claim, 167, 168, 195.
Davis, Mr. of Massachusetts, on granting land to lake Little, Mr. on bill to relieve revolutionary survivors, 372.
Ponichartrain canal, &c. 255.

Locke, Mr. on Tennessee land claims, 200.
on bill to relieve revolutionary survivors, 372, 381. Long, Mr. on retrenchment, 266.
Drayton, Mr. on drawback on refined sugar, 105.

on repealing tonnage duties, 318.
on the occupation of the Oregon river, 141, 147, Lumpkin, Mr. on Georgia claims, 155.
151, 168, 189, 190.

Mallary, Mr. on drawback on refined sugar, 118.
on the Huron territory bill, 245.

on Tennessee land claims, 165.
on amending the constitution, 321.

on amending the rules, 217.
on revolutionary pension bill, 381.

on amending the constitution, 321.
on military road in Maine, 385.

on repealing tonnage duties, 384.
Duncan, Mr. on Northern boundary of Illinois, 99.

on the Cumberland road, 385.
Dwighi, Mr. on amending the constitution, 320, 321. Martin, Mr. on drawing lotteries in Washington, 265.
Everett, Mr. on the occupancy of the Oregon river, 126, Marvin, Mr. on Washington and Frederick turnpike, 213.
132, 146, 171.

on bill to relieve revolutionary survivors, 373.
on bill to relieve revolutionary survivors, 215, 373, McCoy, Mr. on the right of petition, 297.
381.

McDuffie, Mr. on increasing drawback on refined sugar,
on retrenchment, 262,

97.
on reprinting Congressional documents, 351, 360.

on drawback on refined sugar, 101, 105, 110, 115.
on military road in Maine, 385.

on amendment to the constitution, 125.
on a vote of thanks to the Speaker, 389.

on Washington and Frederick turnpike, 212, 213.
Floyd, Mr. of Virginia, on the occupancy of the Oregon

239.
river, 125, 126, 147, 171, 190, 191, 192.

on the Cumberland road, 360.
on reprinting Congressional documents, 351.

on revolutionary pension bill, 378.

Mercer, Mr. on Washington and Frederick turnpike, 212, | Strong, Mr. on the Huron territory bill, 244, 245.
213.

on the Cumberland road, 247.
on Cumberland road bill, 215, 309, 320, 351, 385. on the bill to relieve revolutionary survivors, 372.
on amending the rules, 216.

Sutherland, vir on drawback on refined sugar, 116, 118.
on granting land to lake Ponchartrain canal, &c.

on the Georgia claims, 224.
255, 256.

on revolutionary pension bill, 379.
on military road in Maine, 385.

Taliaferro, Mr. on the right of petition, 297.
Miner, Mr. on Tennessee land claims, 165.

on a vote of thanks to the Speaker, 388.
on resolutions relating to slavery in the District of Taylor, Vr on drawback on refined sugar, 110, 111.
Columbia, 168, 175.

on the occupation of the Oregon river, 126, 174, 191.
on bill to relieve revolutionary survivers, 372.

on printing report of Judiciary Committee, 153,
Mitchell, Mr. of Tennessee, on the occupation of the Ore-

154
gon river, 134

on Tennessee land claims, 164.
on Tennessee land claims, 164

on amending the rules, 239.
on bill to relieve revolutionary survivors, 213, 215. on the claims of Maison Rouge, 266.
Mitchell, Mr. of South Carolina, on the Cumberland road, on the right of petition, 297.
352.

on the Cumberland road, 351.
on rev olutionary pension bill, 379.

on revolutionary pension bill, 380.
McLean, Mr. on widening Cumberland road in Indiana,96. on military road in Maine, 385.
on the Georgia claims, 222.

on a vote of thanks to the Speaker, 290.
Owen, Mr. on ihe Georgia claims, 224.

Thompson, Mr. on Georgia claims, 155.
op niilitary road in Maine, 385.

on the Cumberland road, 385.
Polk, Mr. on the occupation of ihe Oregon river, 129, 143, Trezvant, Mr. on revolutionary pension bill, 381.
144.

Tucker, Mr. of New Jersey, on announcing the decease of
on Tennessee land claims, 163, 164, 165, 166, 208.

his colleague, Mr. Thompson, 95.
on the Huron territory bill, 245.

Tucker, Mr. of South Carolina, on revolutionary pension
on bill to relieve revolutionary survivors, 373, 379.

bill, 380.
on a vote of thanks to the Speaker, 388.

Vance, Mr. on ordnance supplies, 112.
Ramsay, Mr. on amending the rules, 236..

on retrenchment, 263, 265, 266.
on the Cumberland road, 275, 351.

on the Cumberland road, 360, 386.
Reed, Mr, on the occupation of the Oregon river, 126.

on a vote of thanks to the Speaker, 388.
on repealing tonnage duties, 317.

Vinton, Mr. on bill to elect certain officers in Arkansas,
ou a vote of thanks to the Speaker, 388.

191.
Richardson, Mr. on credits for duties, 100.

on granting land to lake Pontchartrain canal, &c.
on the occupation of the Oregon river, 138, 147,

256.
190.

Ward, Mr. on ordnance supplies, 112.
Sergeant, Mr. on drawback on refined sugar, 102, 116, 119. on recommitting report in the case of the widow
on Washington and Frederick turnpike, 213.

of John Paulding, 272.
on drawing lotteries in Washington, 298.

on reprinting Congressional documents, 361, 373.
on repealing tonnage duties, 319.

Washington, Mr. on Washington and Frederick turnpike,
on amending the constitution, 322, 337.

211, 212, 213.
on the Cumberland road, 359.

Weems, Mr. on drawback on refined sugar, 108, 111.
on revolutionary pension bill, 380.

on the occupation of the Oregon river, 146, 190.
on military road in Maine, 385.

on printing report of Judiciary Committee, 154.
Sevier, Mr. on the claims of Maison Rouge, 266.

on Tennessee land claims, 166.
Smith, Mr. of Indiana, on widening the Cumberland road on resolutions relating to slavery in the District of
in Indiana, 96.

Columbia, 168, 181, 191.
on the Cumberland road, 283

on Washington and Frederick turnpike, 212.
Smyth, Mr. of Virginia, on amendments to the constitution, on amending the rules, 217.
119, 321, 337, 350, 368.

on the Georgia claims, 236.
Sprague, Mr. on drawback on refined sugar, 104.

on retrenchment, 263.
on bill equalizing duties on teas, 161.

on drawing lotteries in Washington, 264, 265.
on repealing tonnage duties, 309.

on the Cumberland road, 282.
on military road in Maine, 385.

on amending the constitution, 321, 371.
Stevenson, Mr. of Pennsylvania, on drawback on refined on reprinting Congressional documents, 351, 360.
sugar, 100, 119.

on bill to relieve revolutionary survivors, 372, 373.
on granting land to Pontchartrain canal and Lou- White, Mr. on the bill to elect certain officers in Arkan-
isiana college, 246.

sas, 191.
Stevenson, Mr. of Virginia, on the Cumberland road, 299. Wickliffe, Mr. on extending time for drawback, 97.
Stewart, Mr. on Washington and Frederick turnpike, 212, on the printing for Congress, 125.
213.

on printing report of Judiciary Committee, 153.
on the Cumberland road, 275, 351, 385.

on Tennessee land claims, 164.
Storrs, Mr. of New York, on drawback on refined sugar, on resolutions relating to slavery in the District of
101, 103, 104.

Columbia, 168, 191.
on the occupation of the Oregon river, 147.

on Washington and Frederick turnpike, 212, 213.
on printing report of Judiciary Committee, 153 on Southern exploring expedition, 215.
154.

on amending the rules, 216.
on the Cumberland road, 244, 351,385.

on the Fluron territory bill, 245.
on retrenchment, 262, 263,

on retrenchment, 261, 262, 263, 265.
on amending the constitution, 320, 321.

on drawing lotteries in Washington, 298.
on printing Panama documents, 390.

on reprinting Congressional documents, 351, 359,
Strong, Mr. on stereotyping the laws, 97.

373, 377.
on Northern boundary of Illinois, 99.

on the Cumberland road, 361.
on the occupation of the Oregon river, 144.

Wilde, Mr. on drawback on refined sugar, 117.
on the bill to elect certain officers in Arkansas, 191. on the Georgia claims, 195, 217.

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