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Resolution in relation to certain evidences to be admitted

by the several Executive departments in the adjudica-
tion of all claims under any act of Congress of the

United States
Resolution directing the Secretary of State to subscribe

for seventy copies of Peters’s condensed reports of de-
cisions of the Supreme Court

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60, 61

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Revenue laws, proposition to purchase Myer Moses's collection
of, (see bills H. R. No. 618,)

117,290
Revolutionary officers and soldiers, pensions to. (See Pensions.)

committee on memorial of
certain

74, 76, 195
Rhind, Mr., information respecting horses presented by the
Grand Sultan, to

345, 353
Rhode Island, member from, appears, viz:

Dutee J. Pearce,
[appearance of Mr. Burges omitted to be en-

tered.]
Riddle, John. (See bills Senate, No. 46.)
Risley, Timothy. (See bills H R. No. 303.)
Roads, rail. See Rail Roads)
Roads, post. (See Post Roads.)
Roads and canals. (See Canals, Roads, Internal Improve-

ments. )
Roads, Pittsburgh by Beavertown to Indiana line, grant land
to aid in making

57
Beavertown to Ravennu, grant land to aid in making
constructed by the army, inquiry respecting

58, 64, 15
Cumberland, Mr. Jenning's motion to complete through

Indiana,
inquiry as to progress in constructing thro'
Indiana, and the cost,

66, 68, 87
further inquiry as to cost in constructing
through Indiana,

153, 154, 156, 168
Mr. Pettis's motion to construct from Van-
dalia to Jefferson city, Missouri,

66, 399
repair and preservation of

71, 232, 398
Mr. Duncan's motion to construct from
Vandalia to the Mississippi,

76, 399
further appropriations for, in Indiana,

183
States to take charge of, collect toll for re-

pairs, &c., (see bills H. R. No. 637, and
bills Senate, No. 165,)

325
Illinois consents to its passage through that
State,

338
motion for appropriation for repairs,

S98
to be continued through Ohio, Indiana, and

Illinois. (See bills Senate, No. 100.)
Michigan, (in Indiana,) correspondence relative to loca-
tion of land intended for, (sce bills Senate, No. 152, 123, 130,

278, 376, 430
Louisville to St. Louis, grant money or land to improve 124
Rockville and Monocasy, inquiry into propriety of con-
structing, (see bills H. R. No. 571,)

166, 199
String's to Barboursville, Arkansas, proposition to open
a, (see bills H. R. No. 580,,

86, 219
Uniontown, Pa., through Morgantown, to the Ohio,
proposition to improve

205

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No. 584.)

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Roads, Line creek to Chatahoochee, lay out and construct. (See

bills Senate, No. 166.)
turnpike on bank of Chesapeake canal, authority to make,
(see bills H. R. No. 615,)

289
Detroit to Chicago,
Detroit to fort Gratiot,

appropriations for
Detroit to Saganaw,

(See bills H. R.
Military, in Maine,

Washington to Jackson, in Arkansas,
Roanoke inlet, improve navigation of, (see bills H. R. No. 614,) 85
North Carolina requests the re-opening of

202
Roanoke river, survey of.. (See bills H. R. No. 614.)
Roberts, Judah. (See bills Senate, No. 21.)
Hollins, Ebenezer. (See bills Senate, No. 20.)
Rules, proposition to amend, by appointing a standing committee
on education,

69
amended by creating a new standing committee on pen-
sions,

145, 151, 167
motion to rescind rule which limits time for presenting pe-
titions, resolutions, and reports,

204, 229, 242
referred to a committee,

242, 397
one day to be devoted to subject of pensions,

308
17th joint rule suspended as respects certain bills,

423, 424
17th joint rule further suspended,

425, 428
Russia, appointment of Mr. Randolph as Minister to

12, 13
proceedings in relation to the expenses of the mission to 178, 181,

260, 278, 281, 286

[Petitions from]
Rail road company, Baltimore and Ohio, (see bills H. R. No.
517,)

63, 107
Randall, Jonas, -

80
Raymer, Frederick, (see bills H. R. No. 532,)

82, 129
Ray, Beverly, -

110, 199, 218
Ray, William, -

209
Rack and Walker, executors of Stewart, (see Wm. Stewart,)

121
Rathbone, Jonathan,

143
Raimbaux, (see Basmarin and Raim.baux,)

245
Rappleye, John R., (see bills H. R. No. 597,)

260
Raven, James, -

272, 347
Redfield, Levi, -

43
Reynolds, Robert,

88
Reynolds, Jane and Jesse,

107, 156
Reynolds, John,

114
Renason, William,

96, 155
Renshaw, Francis,

- 100, 240
Redway, Preserved,

108, 249
Requa, James B.

174, 194
Reily, Barbara, widow of William,

189
Rhode Island, inhabitants of North Kingston, light-house,

67
Block Island, sea wall,

67

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Rhode Island, inhabitants of Newport, improve harbor,

67
Providence, improve harbor,

67
and Massachusetts, inhabitants of, breakwater,
Church's cove,

83
inhabitants of Newport, drawback on nails,

231
Providence, claims of Denmark, 235, 346
merchants of

Spanish duties, 339, 358
Rice, Hopkins, (see bills H. R. No. 537,)

75, 144
Ridgley, James L., administrator of Edward Moore, (see bills H.
R. No. 512,) -

88, 101
Rider, Jeremiah,

90
Ringo, Burtis,

115
Richaud, (see Caze and Richaud,)

123
Richmond, James,

159
Richard, Dominique,

189, 279
Richardson, Oliver,

120
Riley, Bennet, -

192
Ricketts, William,

285
Rossell, Thomas,

43
Robinson, Daniel,

43
Robertson and Barnwell, (see bills H. R. No. 527,)

44, 116
Robertson, William W.,

212
Robertson, John T.,

110, 280
Rodgers, John, of Cherokee nation, (see bills H. R. No. 518, 46, 107
Rodgers, John, of Indiana,

209
Rodriguez, Peter,

62
Rodriguez, Simon,

162
Roberts, John, Major, Virginia, (see bills H. R. No. 505,) 63, 84, 367
Roberts, John, Connecticut,

159
Roll, Matthias, (see bills H. R. No. 526,)

112, 116
Road company, District Columbia, President, &c., of Columbia
turnpike,

138
Road company, Maysville and Lexington turnpike,

279
Rose, Levi,

152
Russell, John,

44, 150
Rudolph, Jacob,

48
Rundlet, Jonathan,

52
Rusco, Albert P.,

88, 144
Rucker, Angus,

115
Rynsel, Valentine,

48

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Sabbath day, memorials of inhabitants and associations in vari-

ous parts of the United States, for and against a
prohibition of the transportation of the mails on
the Sabbath day, (sce the names of the several

States, from which these memorials came.)
Sag harbor, proceedings on report of survey of, (see bills H. R.

No. 614,)
Salt Springs on Vermillion river, Illinois, authorize sale, (see

bills H. R. No. 588,)

48

245

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Salt springs, Legislature of Missouri may sell lands reserved

for. (See bills Hl. R. No. 131.)
Salt, memorials for increase of duty on

232
report and bill to increase duty on, (see bills H. R. No.
595,)

256
quantity in store on first January, 1831,

426
supplement to act to reduce duty on. (See bills Senate,

No. 126.)
Sandy creek, construct harbor at mouth of

271
Sapp, John. (See bills H. R. No. 245.)
Savannah river, accounts and correspondence in relation to the
removal of obstructions in .

145, 151, 320
survey of, to be iaid before the House next ses.
sion,

423
Sawyer, Jabez. (See bills Senate, No. 92.)
School lands. (See Lands.)
Scott, Wm. (See bilis Senate, No. 97.)
Seumen, report of the number of registered

408
expenditures on account of sick

294
Senator, Noble, death of

377
Senate, quorum assembled in the

8
bills from the. (See bills from the Senale.)
Samuel Smith, chosen President pro tem. of the

395
Shawneetown. (See bills H. R. No 298.)
Shreve, H. M., his reports on the improvement of navigation of
Ohio and Mississippi rivers,

52, 56, 72, 218
Silk, a flag of U. S. made of American silk, presented to the
House,

50, 84
communication from Mr. D’Homergue, upon subject of 347
communication from M. Fontaneille, upon subject of 360, 424
provision for promoting growth and manufacture of. (See

bills H. R. No. 345.)
Silver creek, secure works at mouth of

65
survey and estimate of

244, 245
Sinking Fund, annual report of the commissioners of the

281
Slade, Abner. (See bills Senate, No. 114.)
Slave trade, documents relating to the capture of the Spanish
slave ship Fenix,

194
documents relating to capture of slave ships Louisa,

slave
Constitution, and Mariano,

326, 342
negotiations to be carried on with foreign powers for
effectual abolition of

426
Smith and Pearce, of Rhode Island. (See bills H. R. No. 349.)
Smith, Richard, and others, of Michigan. (See bills H. R.

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No. 318.)

Smoot, Benjamin S. (See bills Senate, No. 91.)
Smuggled goods, provision for disposal of. (See bills H. "R.

No. 610.)
S: 0:0, Aaron. (See bills H. R. No. 216.)
Sudus bay, (Big) remove obstructions at mouth of. (See bills

H. R. No. 566.)

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