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Ohio, inhabitants of Jefferson county, Sunday mail

96, 104

96
of the northern part of, &c., pre-emption
,

111, 171
of, survey Vermillion river

111
of, Cumberland road, Dayton, &c. - 114, 162, 192

114,
of, road, Pittsburg to Northwest Terrilory

114
of Belmont, Sunduy mail

114
and Michigan, inhabitants of, boundary line

114
inhabitants of, (remonstrance) Cumberland road

121
of Portage county, Indians

137
of, road, Zanesville to Florence

144, 193
of Trumbull and Columbiana, post

162
of, Ripley academy

163
of Butler county and towns of Johnson and
Fowler, Sunday mail

193
of Brown and Jefferson, Sunday mail

193
of Chillicothe, growers of hemp

203
of Portage and Geauga, Indians

208
of Galliapolis, navigation Ohio

210, 347
of, land to Ripley college

211, 219
of Bellefonte, of Brown, Sunday mail

212
of Huron, post

232
of Clark county, Cumberl'd road, Dayton, &.c. 233
of Portage and Geauga, Indians

234
of Trumbull, Geauga, Cuyahoga, Sunday mail 234
of Brown,

do.

234
Legislature of, road, Wellsville to Cleveland

272
inhabitants of, remonstrance, Cumberl’d road, Dayton, &c. 272
of Stark and Wayne, drain low lands

272
of Morgan county, salt duty

273
of Elyria, Indians

273
of Hampden, Springfield, Kingsville, Indians 273
of Stark,

do.

273
of Hampden, Kingsville, Sunday mail

874
of the State, of Columbiana, Greenfield, Sun-
day mail,

274
of Brown, Sunday mail

74
of Perry, Franklin, &c., post

903
of Claradon, of Geauga, of Ashtabula, Indians 304
of Rootstown, Sunday mail

304
of Milton,

304
of Brown, Butler and Warren, Harrison,
Geauga, Sunday mail

304
of Geauga, Portage, Trumbull, Indians

335
of St. Clair, Portage and Trumbull, Sunday mail 335
of Jefferson, of Portage,

do.

335
of Brown, Butler, Geauga,

do.

336
of Brown, Jews,

do.

336
of Muskingum,

do.

358
of Delaware and Crawford, post

372
of Fairfield and Pickaway, post

378

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Ohio, inhabitants of U. S., for a national hospital on the, (see Hos-

pital)
of Highland county, Licking and Knox, Sun-

day mail
of Marion, Jews, Sunday mail
of Batavia, female, Indians
of Trumbull, Ashtabula, &c., Indians

of Trumbull, Sunday mail
Oliver, William,
Orcutt, Micah, erroneously printed Druett,
Ortman, John,
Oram, Darby,
Osborn, William,
Otis, James,
Oury, Augustus,
Overall, John, -
Owens, Elizabeth, heir of James Shirley, (see bills H. R. No. 572,)
Owens, William,
Owens, Theodore,

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374
375
376
376

95
42, 309

159
255

67
299

301
162, 293
62, 213

209
342

P.
Passaic river, survey of

58, 346
Passengers on ship board, who arrived in 1930, number and de-
scription of

408
Passports and clearances, fees for, abolished, (see bills H. R.
No. 590,)

70, 248
Mediterranean, ainount paid since 1816 for 85, 90, 145
Patents, patentees to give notice of obtaining patents

165
alphabetical list of all patents granted by U. S., names
of patentees, laws relative to patents, and judicial de-
cisions,

177
list of those granted in 1830,

180
proposition to grant to aliens,

258
· Patent Office, report on the concerns of the

177
Patton, Nathaniel. (See bills H. R. No. 80.)
Payne, Capt. Thomas. (See bills H. R. No. 283.)
Pea Patch, (fort Delaware,) compromise of title to, (see bills H.
R. No. 649,)

321, 350
Pearce and Smith. (See bills H. R. No. 349.)
Peck, Peter (See bills H. R. No. 475.)
Peck, James H., district Judge of Missouri, (having been im-

peached at the last session.)
replication to his answer,
Senate ready to proceed to trial of

51, 52, 102,

106, 109, 113
House resolve to attend the trial in the Se-
nate,

80, 91, 92, 97
motion to reconsider vote to attend trial, - 101, 105,

131, 139
House attends the trial, 80, 87, 99, 102, 106, 109, 115

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Peck, James H., House declines further attendance until other-
wise ordered,

141
testimony in the case closed,

175
report of the managers,

179
House again attends the trial, 186, 188, 195, 197,

200, 202, 206, 213, 216, 219, 221, 226, 229, 236
acquitted by the Senate,

236
pay of witnesses on the impeachment, (see
bills Senate, No. 78,)

266
clerk to furnish each member with a copy

of
the trial of

423
Penitentiary in District of Columbia, annual report of inspec-

tors of

215
appropriations for. (See

bilis H. R. No. 343.)
Pennsylvania, members from, appear, viz:

Jas. Buchanan, Tho. 11. Crawford, Harmar Den-

ny, Joshua Evans, James Ford, Jos. Fry,
John Gilmer, Innis Green, Jos. Hemphill,
Peter Thrie, jr, G. C. Leiper, Alem Marr,
Wm. McCreery, H. A. Muhlenberg, Wm.
Ramsey, John Scott, Thos. H. Sill, Saml. A.
Smith, Philander Stephens, John B. Sterigere,

5
Joel B. Sutherland, Adam King,

7
Daniel H. Miller,

34
Richard Coulter, Chauncey Forward,

38
Pensions, naval, annual report of commissioners of

225
names of officers who have applied for pensions, 339
motion to grant to widows, &c., of those who
die of yellow fever,

343
Pensions, one day to be devoted to consideration of claims to

308
names of those whose pensions commenced before time
of closing testimony,

123, 130, 278
amount of, since 1789,

87
Pensions, revolutionary, proposition to grant to artificers, (see
bills H. R. No. 550,)

71, 164
proposition to grant to militia,

78, 130
proposition to grant to persons who,

in 1818, were not citizens U. S. 124, 156
proposition further to extend pension
laws,

85, 130
exclude from provision of act of 1828

officers commissioned after 1781, - 131
extended to certain officers who sery-

ed prior to March, 1780, (see bills
H. R. No. 567,)

195
inquiry into expense to be incurred in
executing bill No. 567,

322
Pensions, bills granting to sundry individuals. (See bills H, R.

Nos. 390, 439, 454, 478, 489, 490, 491, 499.)
Peters and Pond. (See bills Senate, No. 75.)

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Peters's condensed reports, purchase 70 copies of. (See resolu.

tions, joint, Senate.)
Philadelphia, enlarge collection district of

91
Piers See Light-houses, 8c.)
Pittsburg, duties may be paid at, (see bills H. R. No. 520,)

107
Plymouth Beach, repair of. (See bills H. R. No. 566.)
Poor, (of Washington,) wood given to

186
(of Georgetown,) wood given to -

242
Port Penn, improve harbor of. (See bills H. R. No. 566.)
Porter, Thomas. (See bills Senate, No. 107.)
Portland harbor, improve, (see bills H. R. No. 614,)

70
provision for survey of. (See bills H. R. No.

553.)
Portsmouth, N. H., provision for survey of harbor of. (See

bills H. R. No 553.)
Portugal, inquiry respecting illegal captures by ships of war of 203, 220,

319
report on rice duty in

405-
Potomac river, alter draw in bridge in Washington,

S8
survey of, between Georgetown and Eastern

Branch. (See bills H. R. No. 614.)
Post roads, unproductive, list of

360
propositions to alter, establish, and discontinue, viz:
in New Hampshire,

64, 69
in New York,

58, 65
in Pennsylvania,

71
in Maryland,

39
in Virginia,

39, 117, 257
in North Carolina,

60
in South Carolina,
in Georgia,
in Ohio,

79
proceedings on bill of last session to alter and es-

tablish. (See bills H. R. No. 420.)
relative to alteration in route from Macon to Colum-

bus, in Georgia,
Postage, reduce rate on periodicals. (See hills H. R. No. 119.)
received in 1830, statement of amount of

381
Postinaster of the House, extra compensation to

396
Postmaster General, reports from

upon alteration in post route from Macon
to Columbus, Georgia,

75
causes of irregularity in eastern mail,

294
a list of clerks employed in 1830,

294
a list of contracts made in 1830,

360
a list of unproductive post routes,

360
an account of postage received in one year,
Post Office Department, additional clerks allowed in, (see bills
H R. No. 583,)

223
papers relating to contingent expenses
of

425

60

50, 73

56, 73

381

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Powers, Mr., excused from serving on Committee for District of
Columbia,

72, 73
President's squure, graduate and improve

77
President and Vice President, President recommends amend-

ment to Constitution respecting
election of proceedlings on
the recommendation, (see re-
solutions,

36, 38, 89, 145
President of United States, notified of the meeting of Congress,

8
notified of the close of the session, 432, 434
communicates-
his annual message,

9
a convention between U. S. and
Denmark,

51
upon subject of fifth census,
correspondence with Danish Min-

ister relative to Danish West
India trade,

134
correspondence with British Go-

vernment relative to West In-
dia trade,

135
expenditures for internal im-
provements,

147
a report on the state of the ac-

counts of the Navy Department, 157
a report on the state of the Pa.
tent Office,

177
the annual report of the Director
of the Mint,

180
documents relative to capture of
Spanish slave ship,

194
a report respecting pay of officers
of Marine corps,

214
the annual report of the inspec-
tors of the Penitentiary,

215
a report of the location of lands

ceded by Indians in Indiana,
for a road,

278
information of seizure of vessels
of U. S. by Portuguese ships

319
compromise of title to Pea Patch,
(fort Delaware,)

321
information respecting horses

given by the Sultan of Turkey
to Mr. Rhind,

345
a treaty with the Choctaiv In-
dians

381, 395
a treaty with Sac and Fox, and
other Indians,

395
a treaty with Austria,

429

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of war,

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