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Smith, Hon. Nathan, from Connecticut; his death an-

to supply the place of Zalmon Wildman, de.
nounced, 1949.

ceased, 3460.
Smith, Jesse, and others, a bill for relief of, 2489; passed, Wildman, Hon. Zalmon, from Connecticut; bis death an-
2642.

nounced, 1958.
Smithsonian legacy; a motion to print a large number of Wisconsin Territory; the bill for establishing the Terri-
a report on the subject, 2236; amended and

torial Government thereof, 3090, 3201, 3220,
agreed to, 2237.

3308; passed.
Standing committees appointed, 1959.

Yeas and nays, on questions in relation to the abolition
Spain; a bill for carrying into effect a convention with,

of slavery in the District of Columbia, 1961,
2141, 2681, 3734; passed.

1963, 1987, 1997, 2076, 2077, 2136, 2179,
Speaker, James K. Polk, from Tennessee, elected,

2220, 2238, 2315, 2320, 2483, 2498 to 2301,
1945; his address.

2535, 2608, 2620, 2658, 2659, 2660, 2662,
Sufferers by fire at New York; report and documents,

2695.
and a bill for the relief of the sufferers, 1991; the constitution of Michigan, 2090, 2101.
taken up, 2239; passed, 2705.

the Representative of Michigan taking his seat,
a bill amendatory of the above act, $117; passed,

2103.
3119.

banks in the District of Columbia, 2103, 2111,
Sufferers in Florida; (see Florida.)

2127.
Surplus revenue; (see Lands.)

Michigan memorial, 2159, 2160.
Tatum, Nathaniel P.; a bill for his relief, 2746; passed. resolution in favor of increasing the navy, 2168.
Tennessee pensioners; a bill providing for the payment

taking up appropriation bills, 2358.
of certain pensioners at Pulaski, in Tennessee,

fortification bill of last session, 2437.
3677; passed.

resolution for relief of sufferers in Florida, 2447.
Territorial bills; a resolution proposing to fix the time considering the report on the rules of the House,
for considering them, 3234.

2484.
Texas; a memorial from Ohio, praying Congress to rec appr. priation bills, 2486, 2487.
ognize the independence of Texas, 4080.

bill for relief of the sufferers at New York by
memorial from Nashville, in Tennessee, 4499;

fire, 2627, 2628, 2668, 2704.
and a resolution proposing an appropriation for do. touching the limitation of the term of office,
the outfit and salary of a minister to Texas; laid

2634.
on the table.

boundary line between Ohio and Michigan, 2680.
resolutions reported, declaring that the independ-

West Point Military Academy, 2682.
ence of Texas ought to be acknowledged contested election of Mr, Graham, 2686, 2688,
whenever satisfactory information has been re-

2759, 2865, 2880, 2887, 3008 to 3014.
ceived that a successful Government is in op-

recession of the District of Columbia, 2697.
eration; agreed to.

memorial from Dauphin county, Pennsylvania,
Topographical engineers; a bill for their better organi-

2779.
zation, 2172.

bill for repealing 14th section of the act incorpo.
do. to authorize the chief engineer to employ

rating the Bank of the United States, 2934,
clerks and a messenger, 2172.

2935.
Trades Union; memorial asking Congress to regulate the suspending the rules of the House to consider
hours of labor, 2890.

Mr. Wise's resolution in relation to the employ-
United States and Mexico; a bill from the Senate to pro-

ment of Reuben M. Whitney, and Mr. Peyton's
vide for carrying into effect the treaty of limits,

proposing that the bill to regulate the public
&c., 3723.

deposites in certain local banks be macle the
Volunteers; a bill to provide payment of volunteers and

special order of the day, and have preference
militia in the service of the United States, 2575.

over all other business, 3096, 3120.
do. authorizing the President to accept of volun-

bill graduating ibe price of public lands, 3219,
teers, 3322, 3330; passed, 3375.

3495.
Washington, George; a bill anthorizing the officers of on a motion to suspend the rules to take up a
the Washington Monument Society to erect a

resolution in relation to deposites of public mo-
monument to his memory, 4490.

neys, by Mr. Wise, 3230.'
West Point Academy; a resolution proposing the ap-

on a similar motion, by do., 3244.
pointment of a committee to inquire what

Mr. Dromgoole's resolution directing the Secre.
amendments, if any, are expedient to be made i

tary of the Treasury to communicate full infor-
to the laws of the institution, &c., 2191, 2682.

mation of the manner of selecting banks, &c.,
a bill making appropriations for the Military

3244.
Academy for the year 1836, 4569; passed, 4577. navy appropriation bill, 3474.
Western frontier; a bill appropriating a million of dollars the bill for the relief of the corporale cities of the
for its defence, 3493, 3510; bill passed, 3548.

District of Columbia, 3508, 3720, 3722.
a bill to provide for its better protection, 3593; bill for the defence of the Western frontier, 3511,
• passed, 3756.

3547.
Whilney, Reuben M.; a resolution offered by Mr. Wise,

Kentucky resolutions respecting the public lands,
proposing the appointment of a select commit-

3862.
tee to inquire into the more of selecting banks a report on abolition, 4030, 4031, 4051, 4052.
of deposite, and into the contracts by which

the suspension of the rules to take up the bills to
they are regulated, and to inquire into the con-

establish the boundary line of Ohio, &c., 4186.
nexion which exists between R. M. Whitney amendments to and on the passage of the above
and the Treasury Department, or between him

bills, 4390 to 4294.
and said banks of deposites, &c, 3095; the bill for appropriating proceeds of public lands,
House refused to suspend the rules to take up

4322
the resolution.

the deposite bill, 4371, 4378, 4379.
Whittlesey, Thomas T., from Connecticut, took his seat, harbor bill, 4531, 4533, 4534, 4611.

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Yeas and nays, on Cumberland road bill, 4547.

bill making further appropriations for carrying

into effect certain Indian treaties, 4567,
4568.

Yeas and nays, on resolutions respecting bank loans

to members of Congress, 4605.
on acknowledging the independence of Texas,

4622.

INDEX TO THE NAMES OF THE SPEAKERS

IN THE DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.

ny, 2142.

Adams, Mr., Massachusetts, on amending the rules, 1949, Adams, Mr., on Indian treaties, 4501, 4502, 4504,
1952, 1955, 1957.

4549.
on slavery in the District, 1996, 2000, 2128, 2129, address on Mr. Madison's death being announced,
2135, 2168, 2219, 2240, 2314, 2316, 2317,

4564.
2321, 2534, 2607.

Indian frauds and hostilities, 4584.
the Ohio boundary, 2042.

admission of Arkansas into the Union, 4677.
constitution of Michigan, 2093.

Allan, Mr., Kentucky, on the pension laws, 2525.
District banks, 2116, 2120.

on the disposition of the public lands, 2892.
Seminole hostilities, 2139, 2359, 2727, 2732.

contested election of Mr. Graham, 2989,
United States and Mexico, 2142, 2144, 3733, general appropriation bill, 3240.
3734.

fortification bill, 3904, 4175.
partial appropriation bill, 2172.

pension bills, 4284.
fortification • ll of last session, 2264, 2265, 2267, Anthony, Mr., Pennsylvania, on the appropriation bills,
2268, 2269.

2469.
the appropriation bills, 2468.

contested election of Mr. Graham, 2721, 2962,
executive patronage, 2471, 2477.

2986.
French affairs, 2518, 2606.

Seminole hostilities, 2732.
pension laws, 2526.

Post Office Department, 4132.
ihe contested election of Mr. Graham, 2633, 2693, admission of Michigan and Arkansas, 4210.
2987, 2988, 2989.

deposite bill, 4339, 4350, 4351, 4359.
on the cultivation and manufacture of cotton, Ash, Mr., Pennsylvania, on the deposite bill, 4368.
2735.

barbor bill, 4485.
relief of Alford and Brush, 2883.

Ashley, Mr., Missouri, on the Michigan Mining Compa.
memorial from the Trades Union, 2891,
Bank of the United States, 2920.

Wisconsin Territory bill, 3222.
Wisconsin Territory, 3094.

the general appropriation bill, 3269, 3285.
sufferers by fire in New York, 3117, 3119.

bill for the acceptance of volunteers, 3325, 3359,
general appropriation bill, 3269, 3320.

3353, 3368.
bill for acceptance of volunteers, 3353, 3354, fortification bill, 4175, 4335.
3374.

harbor bill, 4388, 4389, 4390.
deposite banks, 3354.

military and other roads, 4501.
defence of the Western frontier, 3519, 3521, Beale, Mr., Virginia, on the deposite bill, 4368.
3764, 3766.

Beardsley, Mr., New York, on slavery in the District,
remarks on a paragraph in the Globe respecting

1971, 1972, 1975, 1979, 1987, 2038.
the treaty for the Southwestern frontier, 3579. the Representative of Michigan taking his seat,
naval appropriation bill, 3615.

2102.
fortification bill, 3668.

District banks, 2109, 2114, 2115, 2119, 2120.
misrepresentations corrected in relation to the memorial from Michigan, 2145, 2145, 2155.
Florida treaty in 1819, 3701.

sufferers by fire at New York, 2210.
Mexican affairs, 3733, 3902.

the contested election of Mr. Grabam, 2648,
Post Office Department, 3783, 4112, 4132.

2961.
abolition report, 1028, 4029, 4030, 4031, 4032, memorial from Trades Union, 2891.
4050, 4053.

Bank of the United States, 2933.
allowing rations to sufferers in Alabama, 4036. Beaumont, Mr., Pennsylvania, on the fortification bill,
amending the journal, 4057, 4059, 4060, 4061,

3989.
4062, 4063

Bell, Mr., Tennessee, on slavery in the District, 1968.
a decision of the Chair, 4091, 4096, 4102.

the amendment of the rules, 2180.
convention with Spain, 4115, 4176.

naval appropriations, 2181.
bill to change the time of meeting of Congress, the appropriation bills, 2344, 2504, 2505, 2506,
4138.

2516.
Indian annuities, 4174.

executive patronage, 2470, 2473, 2475, 2476.
the admission of Michigan and Arkansas, 4208, contested election of Mr. Graham, 2623, 2629,
4251, 4260, 4306.

2632.
on a breach of privilege, 4282, 4283, 4321.

naval service bill, 2817, 3207, 4672.
Ohio boundary bill, 4309, 4310.

amending the constitution, 3015, 3016, 3017.
deposite bill, 4346, 4350, 4359.

general appropriation bill, 3243, 3246.
inquiring into bank loans to members of Con-

army appropriation bill, 3376, 3391.
gress, 4348.

suspending ihe sale of part of the land acquired
printing the constitutions of the several States,

by the treaty of Dancing Rabbit creek, 3461.
4349.

defence of the Western frontier, 3520, 5788.

Bell, Mr., on Choctaw claims, 3615.

Post Office Department, 3785, 3810, 4131.
Indian appropriation bill, 4067.
on a decision of the Chair, 4099.
Indian annuities, 4136, 4140, 4174, 4175, 4187,

4190.
to alter the time of meeting of Congress, 4138.
breach of privilege, 4283.
deposite bill, 4339.
the harbor bill, 4391, 4437, 4532.
on recognising the independence of Texas, 4.149.
Indian treaties, 4566.
In lian frauds and hostilities, 4580, 4585.

the mission to Ohio and Michigan, 4663.
Bond, Mr., Ohio, on the constitution of Michigan, 2091.

Post Office, 2488.
Bank of the United States, 2927.
the Jackson city bill, 3004.
Wisconsin Territory bill, 3220.
general appropriation bill, 3319.
bill for the acceptance of voluntcers, 3322.
deposite hanks, 3357, 3402.

bill for relief of Letcher and Moore, 4192.
Boon, Mr., Indiana, on frauds under the pre-emption

lawa, 2518.
French affairs, 2606.
Bank of the United States, 2934.
Pensacola and Perdido railroad, 2964.
Wisconsin Territory bill, 3223.
general appropriation bill, 3320.
bill for the acceptance of volunteers, 3374.
division of the public lands, 3548.
deposite banks, 3707.
a decision of the Chair, 4102.
bill in favor of Polish exiles, 4103.
pension bills, 4284.
fortification bill, 4318.
inquiry into bank loans to members of Congress,

4348, 4349.
harbor bill, 4532.
Indian treaties, 4566.

Indian frauds and hostilities, 4389, 4603.
Bouldin, Mr., Virginia, on slavery in the District, 1976,

2002, 2169, 2224.
the District banks, 2104, 2108, 2112.
sufferings in Florida, 2442.
do. by fire in New York, 2710.
the contested election of Mr. Graham, 2736.
treaty with Mexico, 3728.
report on abolition, 3758.
bill in favor of Polish exika, 4104.
Post Office Department, 4114.
bill for relief of Lelcher and Moore, 4193.
appropriating the proceeds of the public lands,

4196, 4323.
the armission of Michigan and Arkansas, 4208.
brcach of privilege, 4283.
Obio boundary bill, 4309.
District banks, 4438.
Indian treaties, 4550.

Todian frauds and hostilities, 4583.
Boyd, Mr., Kentucky, on the contested election of Mr.

Gr. ham, 2621, 2623, 269, 2641, 2647, 2650,
2585, 2764, 2766, 2864, 2865, 2868, 2959,

2988.

harbor bill, 4389.
Briggs, Mr., Massachusetts, on West Point Academy,

2192.
the Post Office, 2488.
slavery in the District, 2533.
New York sufferers by fire, 2628, 3118.
Bank of the United States, 2931.
incendiary publications, 2946.

| Briggs, Mr., on contested election of Mr. Graham, 2984.

allowing pay to D. Newland, 3089.
on furnishing the new members with books, 3147.
division of the proceeds of the publc land, 3627.
defending the Western frontier, 3771.
Post Office Department, 3781, 3783, 4194, 4536.
amending the journal, 4061.
to aller the time of meeting of Congress, 4137,

4537.
fortification bill, 4175, 4338.
admission of Michigan and Arkansas, 4210, 4274.
Ohio boundary bill, 4310.

Indian treaties, 4557.
Brown, Mr., New York, on the New York sufferers

from fire, 2599.
slavery in the District, 2609.
contested election of Mr. Graham, 2565.
Bank of the United States, 2931.

Wisconsin Territory, 3093.
Bynum, Mr., North Carolina, on slavery in the District,

2130, 2536.
naval appropriations, 2187.
the fortification bill of last session, 2435.
Post Office Department, 2540.
contested election of Mr. Graham, 2621, 2637,

2638, 2664, 2666, 2683, 2685, 2686, 2688,

2737, 2885, 2887, 2966, 2967, 2984, 2989.
defence of Western frontier, 3544.
dividing the proceeds of the public lands, 3684.
report on abolition, 3763, 3772, 3778.

Indian frauds and hostilities, 4584.
Calhoon, Mr., Kentucky, on the contested election of

Mr. Graham, 2985, 2986, 2987, 2996.
bill for acceptance of volunteers, 3334.
treaty with Mexico, 3728.
on a decision of the Chair, 4094.
Indian treaties, 4549, 4565.

judiciary bill, 4615, 4618.
Calhoun, Mr., Massachusetts, on deposite banks, 3355.

deposite bill, 4342.
Cambreleng, Mr., New York, on amending the rules,

1951.
slavery in the District, 1985.
sufferers by fire at New York, 1991, 1994, 2041,

2102, 2132, 2140, 2195, 2196, 2526, 2574,
2594, 2595, 2598, 2599, 2600, 2623, 2624,

2711, 3117.
District bank, 2118.
Seminole hostilitics, 2138, 2139, 2358, 2722,

2726.
partial appropriation bill, 2172, 2173.
naval do., 2160, 2181, 2182, 2504, 2506, 2516,

2517, 2668, 2801, 3145, 3146, 3201, 3205.
fortification bill of last session, 2263, 2314, 2360.
on the appropriation bills, 2355, 2469.
sufferings in Florida, 2440.
repealing the 14th section of the act establishing

The United States Bank, 2919, 2935, 3235.
ainending the constitution, 3017.
on increasing custom-house officers, 3147.
Wisconsin Territory, 3201.
general appropriation bill, 3240, 3241, 3246.

3248, 3249, 3269, 3270, 3273, 3282, 3283,

3307, 3321, 3326, 3509, 3510.
bill for acceptance of volunteers, 3333, 3341.
providing salaries for certain officers, 3364.
army appropriation bill, 3376, 3465, 3466, 3467,

3578.
naval do., 3469, 3470, 3474, S614, 3615.
for the defence of the Western frontier, 3493,

3510, 3511, 3518, 3519, 3544, 3547, 3763,

3766.
fortification bill, 4009, 4178, 4313, 4330, 4331,

4334, 4585.

3005

3006.

Cambreleng, Mr., on Post Office Department, 4064, 4133. Craig, Mr., Virginia, on slavery in the District, 2171.

on printing an extra number of Secretary of the the partial appropriation bill, 2173.
Treasury's report, 4067.

on a decision of the Chair, 4081.
Indian appropriation bill, 4067.

Crane, Mr., Ohio, on the deposite bill, 4349.
do. annuities, 4135, 4175, 4191.

harbor bill, 4447.
deposite bill, 4366.

Cushing, Mr., Massachusetts, on slavery in the District,
Indian treaties, 4501, 4502, 4503, 4549, 4557,

2322.
4565, 4566.

naval appropriation bill, 2519, 3205.
bill for suppressing Indian hostilities, 4568.

convention with Spain, 2681.
West Point Academy, 4568, 4576.

contested election of Mr. Graham, 2686.
judiciary bill, 4614.

sufferers by fire in New York, 3118.
Carter, Mr., Tennessee, on the general appropriation repealing the 14th section of the United States
bill, 3286, 3290, 3300.

Bank act, 3237.
fortification bill, 3937, 4334.

District business, 3480.
harbor bill, 4384, 4387, 4589, 4485, 4491

treaty with Mexico, 3724.
Casey, Mr., Illinois, on resolutions on the death of his the Kentucky resolutions respecting the disposi-
colleague, Mr. Kane, 1959.

tion of the public lands, S820.
on ihe bill to graduate the price of public lands, allowing rations to sufferers in Alabama, 4035.
2133.

admission of Michigan and Arkansas, 4260, 4301.
.Chambers, Mr., Pennsylvania, on amending the rules, Cushman, Mr., New Hampshire, on the nary appropri-
1957.

ation bill, 2505, 2516, 3209.
sufferers by fire at New York, 2199, 2712.

contested election of Mr. Graham, 2986, 2987,
on the naval service bill, 2799, 2801.
repealing the 14th section of the United States Wisconsin Territory bill, 3222, 3225.
Bank act, 3236.

sufferers by fire in New York, 2568.
division of the proceeds of the public lands, 3580. Davis, Mr., Indiana, on the Michigan Mining Company,
Post Office Department, 4064.

2144, 2159.
Chambers, Mr., Kentucky, on the New York sufferers contested election of Mr. Grabam, 2664, 2989.
by fire, 2199, 2601, 2623, 3118.

Bank of the United States, 2932.
contested election of Mr. Graham, 2942, 2985, Pensacola and Perdido railroad, 2965.

Deberry, Mr., North Carolina, on the pension laws,
general appropriation bill, 3289.

2526.
presentation of petitions, 3299.

Denny, Mr., Pennsylvania, on the sufferers by fire at
bill for acceptance of volunteers, 3374.

New York, 2239.
admission of Michigan and Arkansas, 4279.

repealing the 14th section of the act establishing
breach of privilege, 4321.

The Bank of the United States, 2922, 3237.
Indian treaties, 4559.

general appropriation bill, 3287.
Chapin, Mr., New York, on the Smithsonian legacy, Post Office Department, 4064.
2236.

appropriating the proceeds of the public lands,
harbor bill, 4389, 4485.

4196.
light-house bill, 4494.

fortification bill, 4332.
Indian treaties, 4557.

deposite bill, 4340.
Chapman, Mr., Alabama, on the Pensacola and Perdido barbor bill, 4485.
railroad, 2963, 2964.

Dickerson, Mr., New Jersey, on the bill to secure the
Indian trea!ies, 4557.

title to Pea Pateh island, 3708.
Claiborne, MP., Virginia, on contested election of Mr. fortification bill, 4333.
Graham, 2622, 2623, 2647, 2865.

deposite bill, 4340, 4346.
Claiborne, Mr., Mississippi, on treaty of Dancing Rabbit Doubleday, Mr., New York, on the deposite bill, 4367.
creek, 2467.

Dromgoole, Mr., Virginia, on limiting the term of office,
the contested election of Mr. Graham, 3006.

2635.
Choctaw claims, 3615, 3616.

amending the constitution, 3015, 3016, 3017.
abolition report, 4116, 4118.

the deposite banks, 3314, 3354.
harbor bill, 4389, 4485.

fortification bill, 4331.
Chickasaw school lands, 4612.

deposite bill, 4350, 4368.
Clark, Mr., Pennsylvania, on slavery in the District, Dunlap, Mr., Tennessee, on the naval appropriation
2657.

bill, 2506.
on memorial in favor of the colonization cause, New York sufferers by fire, 2625, 2721.
2696, 2779.

Seminole hostilities, 2725, 2732.
Coffee, Mr., Georgia, on a report on abolition, 4052.

repealing the 14th section of the United States
Connor, Mr., North Carolina, on incendiary publications,

Bank act, 3235.
2485, 2945.

disposition of the public lands, 3862,
contested election of Mr. Graham, 2666.

fortification bill, 4335, 4336.
altering the time of making mail contracts, 3495. deposite bill, 4347.
bill for changing the organization of the Post Of-

harbor bill, 4385.
fice Department, 3779, 3781, 3782, 3784, Indian treaties, 4566.
3810, 4063, 4105, 4112, 4133, 4390, 4535.

additional appropriation bill, 4608.
post route bill, 4537.

Evans, Mr., Maine, on the fortification bill of lasi ses.
Corwin, Mr., Ohio, on the constitution of Michigan,

sion, 2414.

French affairs, 2518.
general appropriation bill, 3289.

naval service bill, 2730.
harbor bill, 4389.

allowing pay to D. Newland, 3089.
Cumberland road bill, 4498.

District business, 3480, 3508.
military and other roads, 4501.

judiciary bill, 4618.

2087.

1957.

Everett, Mr., Vermont, on amending the rules, 1953, Gillet, Mr., on the deposite bill, 4376.

harbor bill, 4387, 4448, 4492.
the constitution of Michigan, 2090.

District banks, 4440.
District banks, 2111, 2122.

Indian treaties, 4558.
naval affairs, 2165, 2509, 3207.

Glascock, Mr., Georgia, on slavery in the District, 1968,
sufferers at New York by fire, 2239, 2705, 3119.

1989, 2129, 2137, 2317, 2318.
do. in Florida, 2439.

naval affairs, 2161.
appropriation bills, 2485.

sufferers in Florida, 2443.
Post Office Department, 2537.

executive patronage, 2479, 2481.
erecting a monument to the memory of Captain removal of the Creek Indians, 2556.
N. Hale, 2557.

contested election of Mr. Graham, 2685, 2889,
general appropriation bill, 3287, 3289, 3319.

2890.
bill for the acceptance of volunteers, 3325, 3353, reorganization of the militia, 2777, 2778.
3354, 3374.

general appropriation bill, 3287.
Post Office Department, 3779, 3781, 3782, 3783, bill for accepting volunteers, 3345, 3764, 3765,
4055, 4134.

3788.
fortification bill, 4009.

District business, 3479.
Indian annuities, 4141, 4187.

report on abolition, 4032.
admission of Michigan and Arkansas, 4214, 4304. amending the journal, 4059, 4060.
Indian frauds and hostilities, 4602.

Indian annuities, 4174, 4190.
judiciary bill, 4617.

Grabam, Mr., North Carolina, on his own contested
Fairfield, Mr., Maine, on the bill to incorporate thie

election, 2639, 2650, 2767, 2864, 2937, 2946,
Jackson City Association, 3002, 3004.

2965, 2997.
District business, 3481.

Granger, Mr., New York, on slavery in the District,
Post Office Department, 4112.

2008, 2482, 2620.
Potomac Fire Insurance Company, 4489.

sufferers in Florida, 2440.
Forester, Mr., Tennessee, on the fortification bill, 3763, distribution of the proceeds of the public lands,
3863, 4689.

3620.
French, Mr., Kentucky, on Seminole hostilities, 2732. amending the journal, 4061.
general appropriation bill, 3325, 3326.

the Wisconsin Territory, 3093.
fortification bill, 3086.

bill for accepting volunteers, 3340.
for extending the pension system, 4338.

fortification bill, 4009, 4334.
the payment of volunteers and militia, 4705.

on amending the journal, 4061.
Fry, Mr., Pennsylvania, on the contested election of Mr. bill in favor of Polish exiles, 4103.
Graham, 2692.

Grantland, Mr., Georgia, on Indian treaties, 4549, 4550,
judiciary bill, 4616.

4553, 4558.
Galbraith, Mr., Pennsylvania, on slavery in the District, Indian frauds and hostilities, 4580, 4592.
2620.

Graves, Mr., Kentucky, on the New York sufferings
Bank of the United States, 2932.

from fire, 2558, 2601.
. deposite bill, 4359.

contested election of Mr. Graham, 2984, 2985,
harbor bill, 4447.

2986.
Garland, Mr., Virginia, on slavery in the District, 1967, Kentucky resolutions, 3231.
1970, 2062, 2334, 2503.

general appropriation bill, 3287.
the contested election of Mr. Graham, 2985.

naval appropriation do., 3469, 3470, 3474, 3615,
naval service bill, 3018, 3202.

3616.
army appropriation bill, 3467.

District business, 3482, 3484, 3507, 3508.
division of the proceeds of the public lands, 3585. defence of Western frontier, 3546, 3547.
Post Office Department, 3783, 3810.

division of proceeds of the public lands, 3548,
Garland, Mr., Louisiana, on the District banks, 2112.

3718.
New York sufferers by fire, 2600.

Post Office Department, 3783, 3784.
defence of the Western frontier, 3530.

harbor bill, 4389.
misrepresentations in the papers corrected, 3678. additional appropriation bill, 4608.
harbor bill, 4389.

Grennell, Mr., Massachusetts, on the District banks,
District banks, 4438.

2121.
Indian frauds and hostilities, 4583.

naval affairs, 2166.
Land Office bill, 4606.

slavery in the District, 2541.
Gillet, Mr., New York, on the partial appropriation bill, the contested election of Mr. Grahám, 2700, 2718.
2174.

Pensacola and Perdido railroad, 2965.
District banks, 2217.

the distribution of proceeds of public lands, 3201,
bill for relief of Jesse Smith, 2489.

3582.
slavery in the District, 2537.

Choctaw claims, 3616.
reorganizing the militia, 2767.

report on abolition, 4028.
contested election of Mr. Graham, 2886, 2986.

Post Office Department, 4134.
allowing pay to D. Newland, 3088.

Indian annuities, 4188.
bill for accepting volunteers, 3346.

Hall, Mr., Maine, on the deposite bill, 4339.
division of the proceeds of the public lands, 3592, Hall, Mr., Vermont, on incendiary publications, 2944.
3617.

the Post Office Department, 3782, 3783, 3808,
Post Office Department, 3782.

4065.
bill to alter the time of meeting of Congress, fortification bill, 3973, 4314, 4585.
4137.

Haley, Mr., Connecticut, announces the death of his col-
bill to regulate the compensation of officers of rey-

league, Mr. Wildman, 1958.
enue cutters, 4205.

on the reorganization of the militia, 2777.
on a breach of privilege, 4281.

Hamer, Mr., Ohio, on amending the rules, 1958.

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