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Sureties, relief granted to

James Brobson's sureties

Thomas F. Green's sureties
Surgeons in the army, provision for appointment of additional
Surplus revenue, to be deposited to the credit of the States

supplement to act to regulate deposite of Surveys and examinations for internal improvements, appropria

tions for
Sutherland James and Rebecca, seven years' half pay allowed

them
Swain Charles, arrears of pension paid his widow
Swan Sarah, seven years' half pay of her father paid to her
Swallow Larned, pension granted him
Swords and medals, appropriation for procuring
Sykes Jesse, pension granted him

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216 129 198 202 42 50

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Talbot David J., a patent for land to issue to
Tallmage Stephen, pension granted him
Tatum Nathaniel P., paid for naval timber
Tarr Jonathan, and others, allowed bounty on fishing voyage
Taylor Jane, and children, heirs of J. Plunkett, paid for a horse
Taylor James, pension granted him
Taylor Thornton, commutation of half pay granted his represen-

tatives
Tender, gold and silver only, to be a legal
Territory of Wisconsin, established, and Government provided

for
Territorial Governments, bank charters granted by, to be approved

by Congress
Thames river, Connecticut, deepen channel of
Theobald Francis R., fine remitted
Thomas Col. James, his accounts to be settled on principles of

equity
Tilford James, his claims for property lost in late war to be set-

tled
Topographical Bureau, may employ a clerk
Townsley Thomas F., paid damage on protested bills of exchange
Towns, of Fort Madison, Burlington, Belleview, Dubuque, Peru,

and Mineral Point, in Wisconsin, laid off
mode of settling claims to lots in Galena, lots to be sold

&c.
Tourette John La, over payment for land refunded
Trabue Daniel, pension granted him
Transfer of appropriation for fortifications, authorized
Traverse Mathias, pension granted him
Treasury Department, hours of business in the

a building to be erected for the
Treasury notes, depreciation of, made good to Noah and Adam

Brown

221

7 45 7

148

159 212 125 158 122 227 230

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Treasurer, United States, his duties, &c. under act to reorganize
Post Office Department

160 Treaty with Spain, effect given to

60 with Mexico, April 3, 1835, [Appendix]

1 with Venezuela, January 20, 1836, (Appendix)

4 with the Caddo Indians, July 1, 1835, (Appendix]

25 effect given to treaty with Caddo Indians

77 with the Camanche and Witchetaw Indians, August 24, 1835, [Appendix]

30 with the Wyandot Indians, April 23, 1836, [Appendix]

37 with the Cherokees, December 29, 1835, (Appendix]

39 effect given to

152 with Swan creek and Black river bands of Chippewa Indians, May 9, 1836, [Appendix]

55 effect given to

155 with Ottowa and Chippewa Indians, March 28, 1836, (Appendix)

63 Treaties with various bands of Pottawatamie Indians, [Appen

dix]

57, 59, 61, 73, 75 effect given to

155 with Indian tribes, appropriations for annuities, &c. under

62 with various Indian tribes, appropriations for holding 77,78

appropriations for carrying
into effect

152 Trees for public grounds and streets, appropriations for

229, 230 Tucker James, and John Judge, indemnified for use of their patent rights

135 Tupper Thomas, quartermaster, settlement of his due bills provided for

80 Tuttle Thaddeus, pension granted him

116 Tuttle Joseph, pension granted him

122 Tyler Henry B., executor of Col. Richard Smith, money paid him 22

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Union, in Cherokee country, pay for missionary establishment at
University of Michigan, may convey land to William Oliver
Useful arts and inventions, revision of laws for granting patents for

152

21 234

Van Voorhis--see Pierce and Van Voorbis.
Vermilion river, construct piers and improve navigation at mouth

of

251

4 204 133

Venezuela, treaty with, of January 20, 1836, [Appendix]
Viator, widow and others, lands granted them
Virginia, change time of holding district court at Clarksburg
Volunteers and militia, entitled to same pay and allowances as

regular troops -
allowance for horses and for travelling

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20, 58
59, 142,

158

Volunteers and militia, pensions for wounds, and half pay for

widows and orphans
provision for pay of those in service
appropriation for camp equipage for
officers of army may discharge duties of

paymasters to
five years' half pay to widows and orphans

of
Voorhise Luke, pension granted him
Vought Godfrey pension granted him

233

246
112
120.

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Wainwright Henry, over payment of duties refunded to

213
Wailis Capt. George, his company of militia to be paid

149
Wallace Jacob, pension granted him

122
Walter Jacob F., money paid for patent refunded

103
Warden William, pension granted him-

130
War with Seminole Indians, appropriations to carry on 3, 4, 21, 32, 142

provision for militia and volunteers
employed in

19
with Creek Indians, appropriation to carry on

58, 142
War Department, Secretary to employ sundry additional clerks

43
restricted as to employment of non-commis-
sioned officers as clerks

45
hours of business in the

227
when heads of bureaus are absent, their places

to be supplied by temporary appointments - 233
Washington City, Smithsonian Institution of learning to be
founded at

140
relief granted to, on account of subscription to
canal stock

56
appropriations for public squares and streets in 229, 230
F.'c. De Krafft paid as surveyor of

252
provision for repair of Maryland avenue in, 256
Water for the Capitol, appropriation for

230-
Waters Mary, seven years' half pay of her father paid her

198
Weas Indians, annuities to

72
Weaver Jacob, pension granted him

55
Weights and Measures, each State to be furnished with a
standard of

255
West Port, in Connecticut, improve harbor of

249
West Point Academy, appropriations for

150
Western frontier, a military road and military posts to be con-
structed along the

144
Wharfs at certain forts, appropriations for

158
Wheeling, in Virginia, pension agency established at

60
Whitehall harbor, improve entrance of

249
White George, pension granted him

130
Whitney Daniel, paid for transportation of Lieut. Burdine's
baggage

9
Whitsett James, pension granted him

116

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Page Widows of revolutionary officers and soldiers, pensions granted to, in certain cases

247 Widows and orphans of militia, rangers, volunteers, &c. general provision granting five years' half pay to

246 Widows and orphans, special grant of five years' half pay to, viz: Ann Evans

124 Elizabeth Mays

54 Ellen A. Schmuck

131 Mary J. Babbit

200 Wilde Lieut. Richard, arrears of his pension granted his daughter 88 Wilkins Charles, allowed interest on claim against the United States

12 Wilmington, Del. improve navigation into harbor of

250 Wilson Amy, widow of Valentine, arrears of pension paid her

54 Wiltbank, Rev. James, allowed pay as a navy chaplain

104 Wines, duties on, reduced one half

244 repeal act to accompany, with certificates

252 Winnebago Indians, annuities to

67, 68 removal of appropriations to be paid to those only who remove

156 Winnisimmet Company, make road through United States land at Chelsea

138 Wisconsin Territory established, and government provided for 25

appropriations for public buildings and libra-
ry in

31, 42
towns of Fort Madison, Burlington, Du-
buque, Belleview, and Peru laid off

148 Witchetaw and Camanche Indians, treaty with [Appendix

30 Woodward William, and William Mitchell, money paid for patent refunded

82 Woolsey Captain Melancthon T. a portion of his pay to be retained 55 Woolsey George, correct error in entry of land

221 Workshop at the Capitol, appropriation for

230 Wormstead Joseph W. and others, paid bounty on fishing voyage

55 Wyandot Indians, appropriations for

64 treaty with, April 23, 1836 [Appendix]

37 Yancton and Santee Indians, appropriations for

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