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Miller, James .
Miller, Samuel
Miller, Daniel
Miner, William
Minor, Thomas
Mitchell, James
Mills, Adam L.
Midshipmen Navy United States, (see Navy)
Milliken, Alexander
Militia of New York, officers of, (see New York)

New
Moore, John Elias, executors of
Moore, James, Pennsylvania
Moore, James, New Jersey
Moore, Ransom
Moore, Phæbe
Moore, Edward, (see James L. Ridgely.)
Monroe, James (sec bills H. R. No. 330,)
Moss, Simeon -
Moffit, Matthew
Moses, James
Mower, Peter
Morrison, James
Morrison, Edward
Moulton, Simeon
Morse, Isaac
Morse, Elihu
Mountfort, Matthew W.
Murphy, Martin
Myers, John
Myers, Moses

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N.

423

Nantucket harbor, remove bar at mouth of. (See bills H. R.

No. 566.)
Nashville, duties may be paid at, (see bills H. R. No. 520,)

107
Natchez, duties may be paid at, (see bills H. R. No. 520,)

107
Naturalization, comprise all acts upon the subject into one,

60, 171
Navigation and cominerce, statements cannot be prepared dur-
ing the session,

407
to be printed when prepared,
Naval hospilals, provision for construction of, (see bills H. R.
No. 622,) -

293
Naval timber. (See Timber.)
Navy Yards, report in relation to an establishment at Newport,
R. I.,

48, 56, 98
repeal act which requires Captain of yard in Wash-
ington to act as agent,

78
expense necessary to maintain a navy yard, 90, 96, 124, 194
on James or York rivers, inquiry into propriety of
establishing

97

Page.

111
148

341
235

343
225

325
339
90

157, 325

148
168
174

Navy Yards, surveys to be made of Dry Tortugas, Newport,

Portsmouth, and Portland, with a view to the

establishment of. (See bills H. R. No. 553.)
Naval establishment, memorial of midshipmen for grade of sub-

lieutenant,
contingent expenses in 1830,
report of committee on expenditures on

the
Navy pensions, report of applications for

motion to grant to widows of those who die of

yellow fever,
Navy pension fund, annual report of the

report of committee on, (see bills H. R.

No. 639.)
Navy officers who have applied for pensions, names of
Navy, proposition to discontinue use of spirits in
Navy Department, state of the accounts of the, (see bills H. R.

No. 638)
reports from the, viz:
the contingent expenses of the navy in 1830,
a list of clerks employed in 1830, -
a list of public contracts made in 1830,
on the subject of live oak timber, in Florida,

belonging to U.S.
the annual expense of maintaining a building

yard,
upon applications for pensions,
appropriations and expenditures in 1830,

papers in relation to certain slave ships,
New Castle harbor, improve. (See bills H. R. No. 566.)
New river, N. C., improve navigation of
New Haven, improve custom-house-square in
Newport, R. I., reports and surveys with a view to establish

naval depot at
provision for survey of harbor of. (See bills

H. R. No. 553.)
Newspapers, members to be furnished with
New Hampshire, members from, appear, viz:

John Broadhead, Thomas Chandler, Joseph

Hammons, Jonathan Harvey, Henry Hub-

bard, John W. Weeks,
change circuit and district courts from Exeter

to Concord, (see bills H. R. No. 625,)
New Jersey, members from, appear, viz:

Lewis Condict, R. M. Cooper, Thomas H. Hughes,

Isaac Pierson, James F. Randolph, Sam. Swan,

174

194
235
315
342

85
48

48, 56

309
1
7

61
338

377

New York, members from, appear, viz:

Benedict Arnold, Wm. G. Ange., Thos. Beekman,

Abraham Bockee, P. J. Borst, C. C. Cambreleng,
Timothy Childs, Henry B. Cowles, Jacob Croche-
ron, Chs. G. De Witt, John D. Dickinson, Jonas
Earle, jr., Isaac Finch, J. H. Halsey, Michael
Hoffman, Perkins King, Jas. W. Lent, Henry C.
Martindale, Thos. Maxwell, Robt. Monell, Eben
F. Norton, G. Powers, Rob. S. Rose, Ambrose
Spencer, Jas. Strong, John W. Taylor, P. L. Tra.

cy, G. C. Verplanck, C. P. White,
Sam. W. Eager, in place of H. Craig,
Jonah Sanford, in place of Silas Wright,
John Magee,
Joseph Hawkins,
Henry R. Storrs,

resignation of Robert Monell,
New York city, build new custom-house in, (see bills H. R.

No. 585.)
Nicks, John. (See bills Senate, No. 135.)
Nicholson, John. (See bills Senate, No. 168.)
Noble, James, Senator, death of
Noble, Joseph, heirs of. (See bills Senate, No. 124.)
North Carolina, members from, appear, viz:

Willis Alston, Dan. L. Barringer, Samuel P.

Carson, H. W. Connor, Thomas H. Hall,
Abraham Rencher, W. B. Shepard, A. H.

Shepperd, Jesse Speight, Lewis Williams,
Edward B. Dudley, Robert Potter,

Edmund Deberry,
North river, (Mass.) improve navigation of
Norton, Stephen. (See bills H. R. No. 307.)
Nowell, Samuel. (See bills Senate, No. 30.)

[Petitions from)
Navy United States, Midshipmen of the
Napp, Joshua
Nash, John
New York, corporation of Albany, navigation Hudson

inhabitants Genesee and Orleans, Oak Orchard creek
chamber of commerce, trade, China
navigators of lakes, survey Erie, Huron, and

Michigan
inhabitants of Schenectady, census

Genesee, Oak Orchard creek
Ontario, pensions to militia

Onondaga, post
masters of vessels, Hudson river, light, Esopus

meadows
inhabitants of Long Island, survey Southhold islet

Erie county, aid to revolutionary

soldiers

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New York, inhabitants of Oneida, post

162
insurance companies, brig Henrick

190, 346
inhabitants of Oswego, Oak Orchard creek

191
Porter, Wilson, Cambria, post

206
Steuben, Yates, &c., post

206
Delaware county, post

206
Bergen, Indians

208
officers of militia, organization

210, 279
inhabitants of, canal, Niagara falls

210
of Rochester, of North Penfield, Sunday
mail

212
chamber of commerce, custom house, (see bills H.
R. No. 585)

230, 236
merchants of, drawback on nails

231
officers of the militia of

231
marshal's assistants, fifth census

232
inhabitants of Broom, post

270
Jefferson county, Sandy creek harbor 271
Essex, Lisle, Indians

273
the city of, slavery Dist. of Columbia

301
Mount Morris, Mendon, Indians

304
Smithfield,

do.

334
Exeter,

do.

334
Potsdam,

do.

334
Henrietta,

do.

334
Orange county, Sunday mail

335
Albany, light, Esopus meadows

336
Granby and Lysander, post

337
Cayuga county, Indians

366
Onondaga,
do.

376
New Hampshire, historical society of

207
merchants of Portsmouth, drawback on nails 212

the State of, claims on Denmark 231, 346
inhabitants of Portsmouth, coins

255
of, hold U. States' court at Con-

cord, (see bills H. R. No. 625) • 299, 309
of Sullivan, Indians

301
and Vermont, inhabitants of, Indians

375

213
New Jersey, inhabitants of, articles used in ship building
of the town of Orange, Indians

334
of the State of, duty on iron

374
of Princeton, Indians

376
Newsom, William

82, 112
Niles, Elisha

61

43
Northway, Zenas

110
Nourse, William

160
Nourse, Joseph
Noeks, Jonathan

158

75
North Carolina, inhabitants of Wilmington, marine hospital
Legislature of, old Roanoke inlet

202
inhabitants of Wilmington, duties, Cuba 260, 405

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North Carolina, inhabitants of Beaufort, port of Beaufort

271
of, and South Carolina, post

273
of Beatty's bridge, post

* 301
Nye, Ichabod

209
0.
Ocracoke bar, progress in removing swash near 145, 151, 168, 216
Ocracoke inlet, fortifications for

216, 258
improve navigation of. (See bills H. R. No.

566.)
Officers of the Army, (late war,) grants of land to

388
Ohio State, members from, appear, viz:

Mordecai Bartley, Joseph H. Crane, James Findlay,

Wm. W. Irwin, Wm. Kennon, Wm. Russell, James
Shields, Wm. Stanberry, John Thomson, Joseph
Vance, Samuel F. Vinton, E. Whittlesey,

6
H. H. Leavitt, in place of J. M. Goodenow,

7
William Creighton, jr.,
Cumberland road within limits of Ohio, surrendered to

that State. (See bills Senate, No. 165.)
Ohio river, report of H. M. Shreve on improvement of naviga-
tion of

52, 56, 72, 216
information relative to survey of northwest channel
of falls of the

124, 130, 145
report of coinmittee on inaking same navigable all

347
appropriations for improvement of. (See bills H.

R. No. 584.)
survey rapids through northwest channel. (See bills

H. R. No. 614.)
Opposition to bills on first reading, viz:
bill to repeal 25th section judiciary act,

• 213, 216
bill to increase duty on salt,

256, 261, 267
Order, questions of, decided,

413
the previous question having been seconded cannot be
withdrawn, except by vote of majority,

282
Ordnance Department, better organization of. (See bills H.

R. No. 77.)
Oswego harbor, proceedings relative to improvements in, (see

bills H. R. No. 614,)
complete piers and secure works in. (See bills
H. R. No. 566.)

[Petitions from]
Oakley, E. B. and W. H.

337
Odler, or Outter, Francis

209
Officers, late war, (see Army)

192
Officers, militia, New York, (see New York)

the ycar,

000

210
Ohio, inhabitants of, Cumberland road

6S
of Piqua land district, remove office, (see bills

H. R. No. 652)

83, 170

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