« ՆախորդըՇարունակել »
the United States, published by Little
March 3, 1845, and for other purposes.
366 371 371, 373 373
general officers to command the same.
missioned officers, musicians, and pri-
bounty land in certain cases.
distribution of additional copies of the
of the United States navy.
marine hospital and erection of a cus-
tom-house in the port of New Orleans
tive bureau under the exclusive direc-
northern part of Michigan, and to pro-
A bill to erect the office of surveyor gene | 382
ral of the public lands in the Territory
227 A bill for the relief of Milledge Galphin, 389
executor of the last will and testament
of George Galphin, deceased.
of the accounts of John Spencer, late
widow and administratrix of the late
John T. King.
thorize the Secretary of State to liqui-
date certain claims therein mentioned,"
tives of Moses Shepherd, deceased.
| pletion of certain defences on the gulf
coast of Florida:
Rutledge, of South Carolina, formerly
chief justice of the United States.
| the State of Arkansas.
of the United States to Oregon.
Johns - ) 446 451
widow of Charles Pistole, deceased.
entitled “An act to regulate trade and
to preserve peace on the frontiers.”
the circuit and district courts of the
United States for the district of Ohio.
tatives of Rice Jones, deceased.
lands with which to construct a railroad
from lake Michigan to the Pacific ocean.
register for the American barque Pons,
resentatives of John Beardon, deceased.
tained by Indian depredations and
otherwise in the late Seminole war.
| owner of the Spanish brig Gil Blas.
4 Resolution appropriating a portion of the
by which the United States will be goy-
affairs of America.
grants of certain lands in Louisiana. 351, 354
marsh and William Fuller.
| constitution of the United States.
lations between the United States and
the Indian tribes.
service in Texas.
and presentation of books to the minis-
books received from him.
& Hugh Riddle.
August 23, 1842, entitled "An act for
the relief of Charles F. Sibbald.”
of a code of land laws and instructions.
sanction an agreement made between
mer of the latter tribe of Indians.
of Hiram Powers to execute certain
statues for the United States.
the United States upon the Republic of
Russey, late a paymaster in the army