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Wickliffe, Mr., from Kentucky, on Bank of United States, Wickliffe, Mr., on arsenal at Watervliet, 1764, 1765.
general appropriation bill, 1921.
Wilde, Mr., from Georgia, on reducing the rates of post-
changing the location of certain land offices, 9.
the tariff, 1225, 1249, 1356, 1600, 1637, 1664,
1524, 1527, 1577.
Williams, Mr., from North Carolina, on public lands, 837,
838, 874, 876, 879.
asylum for deaf and dumb, 899.
the tariff, 1810, 1811.
revenue collection bill, 1766, 1811.
Young, Mr., from Connecticut, on the tariff, 1413.
1772, 1817, 1818, 1823, 1825, 1896, 1897, 1898.
INDEX TO THE APPENDIX.
An act to modify the act of the 14th of July, 1832, and
all other acts imposing duties on imports, 10.
for the year 1833, 11.
further to provide for the collection of duties on
to explain and amend the 18th section of an act to
alter and amend the several acts imposing du-
ties on imports; approved the 14th July, 1832, 13.
tain Indian treaties, and for other purposes, for
the year 1833, 14.
making appropriations for the engineer and ord-
nance departments, 16.
army for the year 1833, 17.
to explain and amend the act to alter and amend
passed July 14, 1832, so far as relates to hard-
ware, and certain manufactures of copper and
brass, and other articles, 18.
making appropriations for the erection of certain
the Territories of Florida and Michigan, and
for surveys and other purposes, 18.
between Georgetown and Alexandria, and for
other purposes, 18.
in addition to the act for the gradual improvement
of the navy of the United States, 18.
to improve the condition of the non-commissioned
officers and privates of the army and marine
corps of the United States, and to prevent de-
making appropriations for carrying on certain
works heretofore commenced for the improve-
ment of harbors and rivers, and also for contin-
uing and repairing the Cumberland road,
and certain Territorial roads, 19.
and for other purposes, 20.
for the construction of a road from the Mississippi
river to William Strong's, on the St. Francis
river, in the Territory of Arkansas, 20.
tive Council of the Territory of Michigan, 20.
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
An act for the relief of the widows and orphans of the
officers and seamen who were lost in the United
continuing the office at Dighton, 21.
the Department of State to the commissioners
for settling claims under the treaty with France,
of the 2d February, 1832, 30.
tary to the act for the relief of certain surviving
officers and soldiers of the revolution, 30.
mentary History of the American Revolution, the defence of Baltimore, 30.
authorizing the Secretary of War to correct cer-
General Asseinbly of Virginia, hereafter re providing for the continuation of Gales & Seaton's
Compilation of State Papers, 30.
spondence of the American Revolution at the
county of Peoria, in the State of Illinois, to American commerce, spoliations on, 202.
(see Report of the quartermaster general.)
for members of the Legislative Council of the on, and a bill to improve the condition of the
rank and file of the army, 91.
learning in the Territory of Arkansas; approved the majority on, 64.
Mr. Polk's report of the minority on the bank, 66.
correspondence with, respecting the three per
cent. stock, 103.
of the Georgetown College, in the District of Debt, Mr. R. M. Johnson's report and bill on the abolish-
ment of imprisonment for, 93.
State of Illinois, for the purpose of aiding in Finances, state of, (see reports.)
sundry documents, 202.
tion to the harbor bill, 61.
cause the public surveys to be connected with Half-pay, bounty lands, &c., documents on the subject,
Harbor bill, (see veto, and General Gratiot's letter to the
nessee river, in the State of Alabama, 27. Interest, a bill to settle the claims of States for interest
lands shall be signed and executed, 27. Johnson, Mr. R. M., (see mineralogy,
Johnson, Judge, of Arkansas, charges against, 63.
location of revolutionary bounty land warrants, Members of the two Houses, a list of, 1.
Mineralogy and geology, (Mr. R. M. Johnson's report
March, 1807, to prevent settlements being made Minors, enlistment of, (see army.)
of gold and silver bullion, 98.
President of the United States' message at the opening of
President's veto on the harbor bill, (see veto.)
Report from the Postmaster General, 144.
do. on consular establishments, 129.
State, with sundry documents, 145.
Spoliations on American commerce, 202.
Tariff, Mr. Verplanck's bill to reduce and alter the duties,
Mr. Adams's report on the tariff, 41.
Treasury, Secretary of the, report of, (see reports.)
Verplanck, Mr., his bill on the tariff, (see tarif.)
report on the Bank of the United States, (sce
on the bill providing for the final settlement of
claims for interest on advances made during the
last war, 129.
War, Seci etary of, his report, (see reports.)