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Those who voted in the afirmative, ano
Jr. Alston,

Mr. Hubbard,
Anderson,

Humphreys,
Archer,

Hyacman,
Avery,

Ingersoll,
Band,

ngham,
Barnett,

· Irwin,
Beall,

Kert,
Bibb,

Kershaw,
Bowen,

King, of N. Carolina,
Brown,

Lefferts,
Burwell,

Lyle,
Butler,

Macon.
Caldwell,

M'Coyo
Chappell,

M.Kim,
Clark,

M'Lean,
Clopton,

Moore
Condict,

Muifree,
Conard,

Nelson,
Crawford

Newton,
Creighton,

Ormsby,
Davis, of Pennsylvania,

Parker,
Dawson,

Pickens,
Desha,

Piper,
Earle,

Pleasants,
Eppes

Rea, of Pennsylvania
Evans,

Rhea, or Tennissco).
Farrow,

Rich,
Findley,

Roane,
Fisk, of Vermont,

Roberts,
Forney,

Robertson,
Forsythe,

Serier,
Franklin,

Sharp
Gholson,

Smith, of Pennsytania,
Goodwyn,

Strong,
Gourdin,

Tannchill,
Criffin,

Telfair,
Grundy,

Ward, of New Jercy,
Hall,

Wilson, of Pennsylvania,
Hawem

Wrigby
Hopkins, of Kentucky,

Yancey.
Those who voted in the negative, are
Mr. Bayly, of Virginia, Mr. Calboun,
Benson

Champion
Bigelow,

Cheves,
Breckenridge,

Cilley,
Brigbam,

Comstocks
Caperton

Culpeper,

Taylor,

Mr.!Davenport

Mr. Potter,
Ely,

Jobo Reed,
Geddes,

Ridgely,
Gloninger,

Ruggles
Hasbrouck,

Seyberts
Hufty,

Sheffey,
Hungerford,

Sherwood,
Jackson, of R. Island,

Shipherd,
Kennedy,

Smith, of New York,
Kent, of New York,

Stanford,
Kent, of Maryland,

Sturges
King, of Massachusetts, Taggart,
Lewis,
Lovett,

Thompson,
Lowndes,

Vore,
Moseley,

Wheaton,
Oakley,

White,
Pickering,

Wilson, Massachusetu,
Pitkin,

Winter. Ordered, That the title be “ An act laying an emhargo on all ships and vessels in the ports and harbors of the United States," and that Mr. Grundy and Mr. Robertson be appointed a committee to carry the said bill to the Senate, and inform them that this House have passed the same in confidence, and request their concurrence therein.

The doors were then opened.

THURSDAY, July 29, 1818. A message was received from the Senate by Mr. Campbell and Mr.

Varnum, their committee. Mr. Speaker: The Senate do not concur in the bill passed by the House of Representatives, entitled, * An act laying an embargo on all ships and vessels in the ports and harbors of the United States," and then they withdrew.

A motion was made by JIr. Wright, and seconded, that the injunction of secrecy imposed upon

the

proceedings of this House on the message of the President of the United States of the 20th instant, be removed. And the question being taken thereon,

It passed in the affirmative.
The doors were then opened.

INDEX.

Page.
ABSENCE granted,

51, 65, 125, 179, 181, 190,
196, 201, 209, 211, 235,

243, 251, 263.
Accountants of the war and navy departments, statements

requested of unsettled accounts in the offices
of the

335
Accounts, committee of appointed, (see commissee)
Adams J. Q. minister in Russia, proceedings respecting

compensation to be made to, (see bill making
additional appropriations for the support of goo

ve nmens.)
Adjournment, the daily hour of. fixed,

109
of congress, motion to fix the time for an

(see joint r solutione.)
Algiers and Tripoli, statement requested of the expenses
of intercourse with,

305
Aliens, bill to authorize the naturalization of,

(see bills from the Senate.)
Appeals from the Speaker's decision, :

167
Appropriations for the support of government, bill mak. .

ing additional, (see billa.)
Arming all able bodied men in the district of Columbia,

motion and proceedings respecting the one
secret journal,

1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
Army of the United States, successes obtained by,

13
rules and regulations for,
motion to inquire into the

causes of the failures of the 182
Arts and manufactures, proceedings respecting a state
ment of the

47, 64, 182
Auction, bill laying duties on sales at,

isce bille)
PETITIONS FROM
Anderson Jasper,
Allen James W.

146
Alieds, in the city of New York,

146
Auper Maria,

190
Appleton, Natban and Ebenezer, (see Parker U others)
Anderson Thomas,

107

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Bank potes, &c. bill laying duties on, (sce bille.)
Barbary powers, statement requested of the expenses of
intercourse witb the,

305, 306.
Barges, bill for building, (see billa from the Senate.)
Barlow Joel, minister of the United States in France,
death of,

1S.
Bassett Burwell contests the election of P. M. Bayly,

(sce contested election.)
Bayly Thomas M. his election contested by B. Passett,

(see contested electron.)
Berlin and Milan decrees, (see France.)
BILLS for the relief of David Henley, 42, 250, 256, 311,

314, 317, 318.

Chassed]
to incorporate a company for making a certain

turnpike road in the county of Washington, in
the district of Columbia,

49, 52, 62, 69,

(pussed)

162, 202, 209, 210.
to incorporate a company for making a certain
turnpike road in the county of Alexandria, 43, 52,

53, 63, 69, 162, 202,
209, 210.

(passed)
to increase the capital stock of the bank of Wasb.
ington,

43, 51.

.
lo incorporate an insurance company in George.
town, in the district of Columbia,

46, 63.
to incorporate the fire insurance company of Alex.
andria,

46, 63.
lo incorporate a marine and fire insurance com-
pany in the town of Alexandria,

46, 63.
for the assessment and collection of direct laxes
and internal duties,

53, 97, 99, 107,
108, 110 to 113, 114 to 120,
130, 131, 132, 199, 203, 212,
223, 224, 225, 262, 263, 273.

(rossed
io lay and collect a direct lax within the United
States,

53, 121, 132, 145, 151,
153 to 160, 163 to 171, 175
to 181, 266, 281, 282, 286,
38° 304, 310, 313, 318.

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BILLS laying a duty on imported salt,

53, 200, 203
to 209, 225 to 231, 239
lo 243, 277, 278, 286, 297.

Chassed]
establishing the office of commissioner of the re-
venue,

53, 171, 172, 185,
237, 238, 244, 265, 273, 2812

(harsed]
Jaying duties on licenses to retailers of wines, spi-
rituous liquors and foreign merchandise. 53. 210,

211,215 to 218, 232, 233, 234,
277, 278, 283, 287, 288, 298,
302, 303, 310, 313, 318.

(housed]
laying duties on carriages for the conveyance of
persons,

53, 187, 188,
189, 191, 192, 193, 239, 24.3,
265, 273,981.

(haused)
laying duties on licenses to distillers of spirituous
liquors,

53, 126 to 128,
132,

136 to 145, 147 to 151,
152, 153, 238, 244, 265, 373,
281.

Chaned)
laying duties on sales at auction of foreign mer
chandise and of ships and vessels, 53, 171, 172,

185, 186, 187, 238, 244, 263,
273, 281.

(passed]
laying duties on sugar refined within the United
States,

53, 171, 172,
183, 184, 185, 238, 239, 244, ,
265, 273, 281.

Chassed)
laying duties op bank notes and notes of hand,

and foreigr. bills of exchange of certain des
criptions, 53, 210, 218 to 223, 234, 244 to

247. 248, 249, 250, 286, 288,
297, 298, 306, 307, 314, 317,
319.

Chassed]
making further prorision for the collection of in
terpal duties

53, 268, 278,
308, 313, 318, 310.

Tharned)

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