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ohn C., " ministerrom the

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Bulow, J. J., executor of, petition referred
report and bill (see bill S. 53)

110
Burnell, Elias, and Nahum E. Jenison, petition of

317
Burns, Garret, petition of

321
committee discharged

446
Butler, Robert, petition of -

66
adverse report

• 230, 234
Butler, Richard. (See Ann W. Butler.)
Butler, Ann W., and Mary Meason, legal representatives of

Richard Butler, petition of .
Butler, David, petition of

364
Butler, P. M., communication from

435
Butterfield, William, petition of

adverse report
Byers, Elizabeth, petition of .

243
adverse report
Byron, ship, owner of. (See J. H. McLellan.)

C.
Caldwell, J. F., petition of ..

. -

63
Caldwell, Rev. James, heirs of, leave to withdraw
Calhoun, Hon. John C., credentials presented, and oath ad-

ministered .
excused from the Committee on Fi.

nance
resolution submitted by, relative to
Oregon -

78, 97
Calkin, E. P., and Company, memorial of .

344
Callaghan, Charles, communication of . .

193
Callao, Peru, transportation of the mai) tn, resolution
Camden, Maine, citizens of, petition, peaceful adjustment

international difficulties
Cameron, Hon. Simon, attended

resolutions submitted by, viz:
newspapers for the Senators -
killed, wounded, and missing in the battles of the 8th
and 9th of May -

382
Cameron, Margaret B. (See William Bell.)
Campau, Joseph, petition of -
Campbell, John, heirs and legal representatives, petition of .. 114

adverse report -
Campbell, Mary, widow of John Campbell. (See bill H.R. 299

uprue a ntenme: 178, 227
Campbell, John, widow of. (See Mary Campbell.)
Campbell, John, of Maine. (See bill H. R. 347.)
Canada, furnishing Michigan with authenticated evidence of the

boundary between the United States and, so far as it is the
boundary of that State, resolution -

- 308
(See resolution S. 25.)
Canal boats exempt from fees and hospital money, (see bill H.
R. 15) petition

- 306
Canney, Asenath. (See Ruth Ransom.)

180

373

364

206

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Cannon taken at the battle of Bennington, resolution of Ver-

mont relative to
Capella, Andrew. (See Peter Capella.)
Capella, Peter, administrator of Andrew Capella, petition of

109
(See bill S. 108.)
Capen, Phineas, administrator of John Cox. (See bill H. R.

360.)
Capitol, execution of a painting for, petition

312, 331
allowance to the lamplighter of, resolution

506
Captured public property, distribution of, to the army, resolution 312
Carbon county, Penn., memorials of proprietors, workers of

coal mines, and others, duty on coal and against bill H. R.
384

434, 445
yeas and nays

435
ordered to be printed

445
Carnes, Peter A., leave to withdraw

244
Carr, John. (See Elizabeth Jones.)
Carr, John. (See Whale-ship Margaret.)
Carroll, Cecilia, widow of William Carroll, petition of

305
adverse report

366, 351
Carroll, William. (See Cecilia Carroll.)
Carroll parish, Louisiana, citizens, petition of, national armory

at Fort Massac
Carroll county, Illinois, citizens, petition of, for the removal of

obstructions in the Des Moines and Rock river rapids, in the
Mississippi

174
Carson, William A., petition of -

482
Carter, John, memorial of
committee discharged

244
Carter, Robert B. (See James Roddy.)
Cass, Hon. Lewis, attended

5
excused from Committee on Public Build-

ings

resolutions submitted by, viz:
condition of the navy, of the military defences of the
country, and of the militia

39, 46, 49
yeas and nays
deepening the mouth of St. Clair river

66
ship canal round the falls at Sault Ste. Marie

73,78
age beyond which army officers shall not be called into

active service during war
naval defences of lake Superior, &c.

139, 146
land claims at the Sault Ste. Marie

271
militia illegally called into service, and measures taken for
the defence of the southern frontier

325, 328
yeas and nays

327
surveys and sale of public lands in the mineral region of
lake Superior

362
outfit for the commissioner to the Sandwich islands

455
printing of an extract from the Hudson's Bay Company's
charter

491

73, 78

adverse report

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Catching, Harriet L., petition of

157
report and bill (see bill S. 114)

186
Cathcart, James L., memorial of

71
Catlin, Peoples, & Co., memorial of, referred

41

96, 103
leave to withdraw

311
Catlin, George, memorial of

325
Catlin's Indian collection, purchase of, petitions

325, 355, 395
Cattaraugus harbor, petitions for the completing and lighting of 69, 111,

126, 130, 131, 134, 136, 159, 161, 169
report of the Secretary of War on, ordered
to be printed

311
Causten, James H., assignee of John B. Hogan, memorial of

71
(See bill S. 98.)
Causten, James H., memorial of

116
Caxillo, Jose. (See bill H. R. 318.)
Cayuga county, New York, citizens of, petitions-
against the admission of Texas as a slave State

62
reduction of postage, and discontinuance of the franking
privilege

107, 305
abrogation of Seneca treaties

118, 120, 138, 141, 150, 250
committee discharged

486
against the renewal of a patent to Jethro Wood 203, 222, 226,

250, 276
Cazeau, Francis. (See Joseph Bigelow.)
Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia, memorial of,
referred

112
Chace & Grew, petition of

388
Chaires, Joseph, executor of. (See Benjamin Chaires.)
Chaires, Benjamin, executor of Gad Humphreys and Pedro Mi-
randa, petition of

139
report and bill (see bill S. 86)

155
recommitted

237
petitions against the passage of bill S. 86 211, 236
Chalmers, Hon. Joseph W., attended

4
credentials presented, and oath ad.

ministered
presented the credentials of Mr.
Rusk, of Texas

214
Champion, R. H., and P. F. Dering, petition of

192
additional documents

198
report and bill (see bill S. 199) 320
Chaplains, resolution House of Representatives to elect chaplains 40, 53, 54

William H. Milburn elected by the House of Repre-
sentatives

65
Septimus Tustin elected by the Senate

68
Chapperton, Louis, documents

263
Charleston, South Carolina, chamber of commerce of, memorial

for the establishment of a branch mint in that city 72
citizens of, memorial for the establishment of a
branch mint in that city -

T2
(See bill S. 160.)

5, 135

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170
180
198

241
259
249
271
85

91
129
218
365
425

365

539
222
226
322
279

Charts. (See Maps.)
Chasseaud, John. (See bill H. R. 233.)
Chattanooga, port of entry at, memorial
Cheatham, Henry and G. K., petition of

additional documents
Cheever, William D., legal representatives of. (See bill S. 18.)
Cherokee feuds, message of the President

additional copies ordered to be printed
documents

petition of John Ross and others
Cherokee treaty, board to adjudicate claims under, petition

appointment of commissioners under, petition
referred

committee discharged

resolution relative to
Cherokee Indians residing in North Carolina, memorial

committee discharged
resolutions of North Carolina relative to, re-

ferred
proceedings relative to a treaty with, of De-

cember 29, 1835, from which the injunction

of secrecy has been removed
Chesapeake bay, fortifications in, resolution of Maryland

referred
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company, memorial
Chicago, collection district of, establishment of, petition

(See bills S. 5 and H. R. 6.)
establishment of a naval depot and marine hospital at,

memorial
citizens, petition for the preservation of the rights of

lessees of the mineral lands

corporate authorities of, memorial for a grant of town lots
Chickasahay river, improvement of, memorial of Mississippi
Chickasaws, indemnification of, for lands sold at Chocchuma

and Columbus. (See bill H. R. 20.)
Chihuahua, Mexico, exportation of merchandise to, for the

benefit of drawback, resolution
China, expenditures under the act providing for intercourse with,

message from the President
Chippewa Indians, relative to the removal of, resolution

message from the President
Chippewa, Ottowa, and Pottawatomie Indians, memorial

relative to the negotiation of a treaty with, docu-

ments
Chocchuma and Columbus, legalization of lands sold at, and

indemnification of the Chickasaws therefor. (See bill H.

R. 20.)
Choctaw Indians, claims under the treaty of Dancing Rabbit

creek, resolution
message from the President
adjudication of claims of. (See resolution

H. R. 46.)

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Chouteau, Pierre, junior, Edward Kennett, and others, legal

representatives of Julien Dubuque, memorial - 54
report and bill, (see bill S. 135) .

218
Christiana, Delaware, improvement of the harbor of, resolution 42, 59
Churchman, Charles W., petition - -

348
Cilley, Hon. Joseph, credentials presented and oath administered 362
Cincinnati, port of entry and collector at, memorials - - 301, 328

pension agent at, authorized to pay John Wing any
arrears of pension due Dorothy Terril. (See bill

H. R. 159.)
Circuit, establishment of a new circuit to be composed of Lou-
isiana and Texas, resolution - - -

95
Civil and diplomatic appropriation act of the 3d March, 1845

planatory of the 4th section of. (See bill S. 46.)
Civil and diplomatic appropriations. (See bill H. R. 50.)
yeas and nays ·

• 483, 484
Clack, William S., and others, petition against the repeal of the
pilot law - - .

455
Claims, relative to the payment of. (See bill H. R. 459.)
Claims, miscellaneous, payments for, report of the Secretary of

the Treasury -
Clamorgan, James. (See Isaac W. Taylor.)
Clark, John, documents

61
report and bill (see bill S. 171)
Clark, George. (See Shedrach Gillet.)
Clarke, Lorenzo N., leave to withdraw

323
Clarke, Jacob B., petition ..

209
additional documents

250
adverse report

· · · 267, 274
leave to withdraw -

312
Clarke, Daniel. (See Myra Clarke Gaines.)
Classification of Senators

563
from Florida -

6,7
Texas -

216
Clayton, Hon. John M., attended

resolutions submitted by, viz :
fortifying the Delaware breakwater and Pea Patch

island . .
light on the stone pier in the Delaware, near Fort

Mifflin -
printing for the Senate
harbors of New Castle, Port Penn, Delaware City, and

· Christiana - - - - - -
extent of the naval power, tonnage and number of

merchant vessels, and amount of commerce of all

maritime nations - - - - - 128, 133
carrying of lights by vessels navigating the Delaware - 128, 133
correspondence relative to the Oregon Territory 175, 215, 220,

267

20%) 239

234, 235

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