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TABLE OF BILLS

OF THE

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

TWENTY-NINTH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION.

BILLS OF THE SENATE.

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1 A bill for the purchase of the stock of

the Louisville and Portland Canal Com-

pany.
2 A bill to provide for the improvement of

the navigation of the rivers Ohio, Mis-

sissippi, Missouri, and Arkansas.
3 A bill to establish courts of the United

States, and provide for the due execu-
tion of the laws of the United States in

the State of Florida.
4 A bill to apply certain alternate sections

of the public domain toward the com-
pletion of works of internal improve-
ment in the State of Michigan, and for

other purposes.
5 A bill to establish the collection district

of Chicago.
6 A bill for the relief of the legal represent-
Tatives of Pierre Menard, Antoine Pel-

tier, and Joseph Placy.
7 A bill for the relief of Pierre Menard, Jo-

siah T. Betts, Jacob Feaman, and Ed-
mund Roberts, of the State of Illinois,
sureties of Felix St. Vrain, late Indian

agent, deceased.
8 A bill for the relief of Wm. Elliott, jr., |

of Fulton county, State of Illinois.
9 A bill for the continuation of the Cumber-

land road in the States of Ohio, Indiana,

and Illinois.
10 A bill to authorize the Secretary of the

Treasury to make an arrangement or
compromise with Mangle M. Quack-
enboss and his co-obligors, or any
of them, for claims on bonds given
by them, on sureties, to the United

States.
11 A bill for the admission of Texas into the
United States.

(Amended-see page 68.)
12 A bill to reduce and graduate the price

of the public lands, and for other pur-
poses.

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SENATE BILLS—Continued.

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13 A bill appropriating alternate sections of 49 188, 320, 323 329

the public lands for the improvement of 327

Pearl river.
14 A bill for the relief of John S. Russwurm, 49 479

heir and legal representative of William

Russwurm, deceased.
15 A bill to amend an act confirming certain 49 378

land claims in the State of Michigan.
16 A bill to authorize the settlement of the 59 265

account of Joseph Nourse.
17 A bill granting a pension to Joseph Mor- 64132, 387

390
rison.
18 A bill for the relief of the legal represent 65 100, 148

atives of William D. Cheever, de-

ceased.
19 A bill to aid the State of Mississippi in 65 96,270

the construction of a railroad from Jack-
son, through Brandon, to the western

boundary of Alabama.
20 A bill to provide for the survey of the 68 189, 402 402

mouth of Red river, in the State of

Louisiana.
21 A bill for the organization of a com 68 74

7 9 287 295, 296
pany of sappers, miners, and ponto-

niers.
22 A bill to repeal the act which abolished 68 74

7 9 - 95, 100 100
the office of one of the inspectors gen-
eral of the army, and to revive and es-

tablish said office.
23 A bill for the relief of Mary MacRea, 70 89, 100, 141 489

widow of Colonel William MacRea,

late of the United States army, deceased.
A bill to establish a permanent general | 70 78, 141, 327
pre-emption system in favor of actual

settlers on the public lands.
A bill for the settlement of the claims of · 70 78, 89, 97, 122 294

New Hampshire against the United 266, 277

States.
A bill to continue the office of the Com 71

79

8 1 95 97, 100, 105
missioner of Pensions.
27 A bill to establish a collection district in 74 74

74 78 79, 81
the State of Texas, and for other pur-

poses.
A bill providing for the adjustment of all 78 113, 273, 275 | 302 448 455, 463 470

suspended pre-emption land claims in 278, 299

the several States and Territories.
29 A bill to provide for raising a regiment 78 89

92 239 286, 297, 301 315
of mounted riflemen.

50 MM 305
(Amended-see page 92.)

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30 A bill for the relief of Benjamin Adams 81 113, 347 | 354

& Co., and others.
31 A bill to direct the President of the Uni- | 82 120, 391
er ted States to sell the reserved mineral

lands in the State of Illinois and Terri-
tories of Wisconsin and Iowa, sup-

posed to contain lead ore.
32 A bill to improve the navigation of the 83

SENATE BILLS—Continued.

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A bill for the relief of James Bogardus - 84 89

89 95 97, 100, 105 106
A bill establishing certain post-routes - 85 89, 96, 113 120 128 132, 134
A bill authorizing persons to whom reser 85 200

vations of land have been made under
Indian treaties, to alienate the same in

fee.
A bill for the relief of David F. Wil 85 86, 92

97 251 255, 259, 264 265
liamson, of Pope county, State of Ar-

kansas.
A bill to pay the debt ascertained to be 86 92, 129, 133

due to Texas, when an independent

State, by the United States. 00
A bill for the relief of Nathaniel Goddard 87 104, 135 2 66
A bill granting a pension to Noah Conner 87 202
A bill for the relief of the legal repre- 96 148

151 329 330 331 332
sentatives of George Duval, a Chero-

kee Indian.
A bill providing for an augmentation of 96 113, 120, 122

the naval force of the United States, 124, 137, 141
and for other purposes.

300, 309, 315
A bill to repeal a part of the act entitled 96 146, 148 152 274 275, 279 280

"An act supplementary to the several
laws for the sale of the public lands,"
approved April 5, 1832, and for other

purposes.
3 A bill for the relief of Elijah White - 96 152, 160, 339 377 516 524,528

346, 350, 372
4 A bill to establish a national armory at 99 103

the Suck on Tennessee river, in the

State of Tennessee.
5 A bill to repeal the acts laying a duty on 99 135

imported salt, and granting certain fish-
ing bounties and allowances to fishing
vessels, in lieu of a drawback of the
duties paid on the foreign salt used on

fish exported.
6 A bill "explanatory of the fourth section 103 202

of an act making appropriations for the
civil and diplomatic expenses of the
government for the year ending June
30, 1846, and for other purposes," ap-

proved March 3, 1845.
17 A bill to incorporate the Columbian Mu- 103 niin
+ tual Fire Insurance Company.
18 A bill to amend the act entitled "An act 103 132

for the regulation of seamen on board
of public and private vessels of the Uni-

ted States," passed May 3, 1813.
19 A bill granting a pension to Richard El- | 104279

286 446 449, 457, 473 519
liott.

488, 496,505

510
50 A bill for the relief of Mrs. Pike, widow 106 302

305 445 447, 455 | 462
of the late General Pike.
51 A bill to provide for the payment of the 106 146

4 43 463473, 482, 488 530
evidences of public debt in certain cases.

524,526
52 A bill to grant to the State of Illinois cer- 106 162

tain alternate sections of public land to
aid in the construction of the Northern
Cross and Central railroad in said State.

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