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Army. Remonstrance of officers of the corps of engineers

against the passage of the bill to regulate the pay
and emoluments of the officers of the line and staff

in the
Army and navy. Report of the Committee on Naval Af.

fairs, on the bill to regulate enlistments into the
Arthur and others, for furnishing the Missouri volunteers

with rations, &c. Documents relating to the claim

of Michael
Asbury. Report of the Committee on Pensions, on the bill

for the relief of Samuel M.
Atkinson, deceased. Report of the Committee on the Ju-

diciary, on the bill (H. R. 77) for the relief of the

heirs, &c. of Thomas
Atlantic frontier. (See Defences.)
Auditor, relating to the claim of John E. Bispham, for the

payment of an amount of prize-money dve him.

Letter of the Fourth
Austin and others. Report of the Commissioner of Pensions

in relation to the claim of Isaac

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Bailey, survivor of Bailey and Delord. Report of the

Committee of Claims on the bill (H. R. 43) for the
relief of William

6 372
Bailey. Report of the Committee on Pensions on the bill
for the relief of James

8 571
Baldwin. Report of the Committee on Commerce on the
petition of Enoch.

3

75
Banks. Statement by the United States Treasurer of mo-

neys of the United States in the two general deposite 1 2
Banks to 20th November, 1839. Statement of the condi-
tion of the deposite

1 2
Banking institutions generally, and the kind of money re.

ceivable for public dues. Statement by the Secretary
of the Treasury concerning the condition of

1 2
Banking corporations. Resolutions of the Legislature of

New Hampshire, in favor of a separation of the
Government from

2 28
Banks in the District of Columbia on the 1st January, 1840.
Returns showing the condition of the

2

39
Bank. Resolutions of ihe Legislature of Tennessee against
à national

3 68
Banks in the United States which did, or did not, stop

specie payments during the suspension of 1839; and
of those which have resumed specie payments.. A
list of all the

3 72
Bank notes. Report from the Secretary of State in relation
to exchange of Government drafts for

3 81
Bankrupt law. Memorial of Silas M. Stilwell and others,
praying the passage of a general

4 154

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Bank of Georgetown, &c. Memorial of the corporate

authorities of the city of Georgetown, praying the
extension of the charter of the

5 220 1
Banks since the general resumption of specie payments in

1838. Report from the Secretary of the Treasury
in relation to the payment of Government drafts by
the deposite

5 235 1
Bank of Natchez, residing in Philadelphia, praying an ex-

tension of time for the payment of a balance due
from said bank to the United States. "Memorial of
stockholders in the Agricultural

5 260 1
Banking companies. Memorial of Joseph Fawcett and

others, praying Congress to call a national conven-
tion for the purpose of restraining and adjusting
abuses in the incorporation of

5 261
Banks in the District of Columbia to resume specie pay.

ments or to wind up their concerns. Memorial of
citizens of Washington city, praying the adoption of
measures to compel the

5 276 1
Bankrupt law. Proceedings of a meeting of citizens of
New York, in favor of a uniform.

6 282 1
Banks in the District of Columbia. Document submitted

by Mr. Merrick, from the Committee on the District
of Columbia, relating to the condition of the affairs
of the

- 6 300 1
Banks in the District of Columbia to resume specie pay.

ments or to wind up their concerns. Memorial of citi.
zens of the city of Washington, praying the adoption
of measures to compel the .

6 306 1
Bankrupt law. Resolutions of the Legislature of Michigan
in favor of a

6 316 1
Banks, and the passage of the Independent Treasury bill.

Resolutions of the Legislature of Ohio in favor of
the separation of the Government from

6.339
Banks in said city. Petition of citizens of Washington city

6 364 1
Bankrupt law. Resolutions of the Legislature of Maine in
favor of the passage of a

6 365 1
Banking-house of the Bank of Alexandria. Documents re-

lating to the joint resolution for the purchase for the
United States of the

6 387 1
Bankrupt law. Resolutions of the Legislature of New York
in favor of the passage of a

6 400 1
Bankrupt law. Resolutions of the Legislature of Louisiana
in favor of the passage of a

- 6 414 1
Banks in the District of Columbia to resume specie pay-

ments or wind up their concerns. Memorial of citi-
zens of Georgetown, in the District of Columbia,

praying the adoption of measures to compel the 7 456 1
Bank notes in exchange for Government drafts. (See Gov-

ernment drafts.)

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Bankrupt law. Memorial of the Board of Trade of the city
of Baltimore praying the passage of a

7 469 1
Banks in which special deposites in specie were made to

the credit of the Treasurer of the United States, in
anticipation of receiving therefor Treasury notes,
&c. Statement of the names of

7 476 1
Banks in the District of Columbia to resume specie pay.

ments or to wind up their concerns. Memorial of
citizens of Washington city praying the adoption of
measures to compel the

7 479 1
Banks in the District of Columbia may not be compelled to

resume specie payments before a general resumption
takes place in Maryland and Virginia. Memorial of
citizens of Georgetown, D.C., praying a recharter of

the Farmers and Mechanics' Bank, and that the 7 487 1
Bankruptcy throughout the United States. Memorial of

the Board of Trade of the city of New York pray-
ing the amendment of the bill (S. 324) to establish a
uniform system of

7 506 1
Bankruptcy throughout the United States. Memorial of

merchants and traders in the city of New York
against the passage of the bill to establish a uniform
system of

7 513 1
Bankrupt law. Remonstrance of citizens of the city of New

York against the amendment asked for by the Board
of Trade of that city to the proposed

7 513 1
Bankrupt law. Memorial of the New York Chamber of

Commerce praying the adoption of certain provisions
in the proposed

7 548 1
Bankrupt law. Resolutions adopted at a meeting of the

Board of Trade of the city of New York, explanato.
ry of a memorial presented from that body to the
Senate in relation to the proposed -

7 557 1
Bankrupt law. Resolutions adopted at a meeting of electors

of Dutchess county, New York, in favor of the im-
mediate passage of a

S 565 1
Bankrupt law to be passed by Congress, of a provision re-

quiring the concurrence of a majority in interest of
creditors to entitle the debtor to a discharge. Me-
morial of merchants of the city of New York pray-
ing the insertion, in any

8 566 1
Bank of Washington, praying a renewal of their charter.

Memorial of the president and directors of the 8 595 1
Banks in the District of Columbia. Petition of citizens of

the city of Washington, praying a renewal of the 8 607 1
Bank of the Metropolis, the Patriotic Bank of Washington,

and the Farmers and Mechanics' Bank of George.
town, praying an extension of their charters until
the 4th of March next. Memorial of the

8 615 1
Barclay, in right of his father, George Barclay. Report of

the Committee on Private Land Claims on the peti.
tion of William

5 224 1

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Barker, widow of (Isaac) Barker. Report of the Committee

on Pensions on the bill for the relief of Wealthy 7 551 1
Bay. Report of the Committee on Private Land Claims on
the petition of Elihu Hall

ng 556 1
Bayou l'Eau Bleue. Resolutions of the Legislature of Lou-
isiana relative to the opening the

2 26 1
Bentley. Report of the Committee on Pensions on the pe-
tition of Elisha

6 328 1
Benton, in relation to the legislative power of the Union to

assume the debts of the several States. Motion of
Mr.

2 18 1
Benton, in relation to the regulation of foreign commerce.
Motion of Mr.

4 162 1
Benton, in relation to the importation, exportation, manu-

facture, and uses of salt. Documents submitted by
Mr.

4 196 1
Benton of the amount of gold, silver, and copper coinage at

,
the Mint in London from 1816 to 1836. Statement
submitted by Mr.

6 299 1
Benton, relating to the bill (S. 273) “ to reduce the draw.

backs on refined sugar and rum, and to reduce the

fishing bounties," &c. Document submitted by Mr. 6 334 1
Biennial Register. Message from the President of the United

States, explaining the cause of the delay in the publi.
cation and distribution of the

3 100 1
Bispham. Document relating to the claim of John E. 5 209 1
Black. Report of the Committee on Pensions on the bill for
the relief of John

569 1
Blakesle. Report of the Committee on Pensions on the peti-
tion of Mary

4 135 1
Blodget. Letter of the Commissioner of Pensions in rela-
tion to the claim of Elijah •

8 591 1
Bloodhounds against the hostile Indians in Florida. Letter

of the Secretary of War in relation to the employ.
ment of

4. 187 1
Bloomfield. Report of the Committee on Pensions on the
bill for the relief of Ann

ng 535 1
Board of inspection of lake harbors. Report of the

2 58 146
Board of officers appointed to witness the exhibition of Colt's

improved boarding pistols and rifles, together with
their opinion of the advantages to be derived from
the adoption of the same for the service of boarders
and marines. Report of the

7 503 1
Board of officers appointed to witness an exhibition of Mig-

bill Nutting's patent cylinder fire-arms. Report of
the

7 558 1
Bouds issued by the Territory of Florida. Message from the

President of the United States in relation to the 7 447 1
Booth. Report of the Committee on Pensions on the petition
of Betsey

4 136 1
Bosworth. Report of the Committee on Pensions on the
petition of John

6 331 1

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Boudinot, Major John Ridge, and Son, of the Cherokee na-

tion of Indians. Correspondence relating to the
murder of Elias

1 1 354
Bounty land office for 1839. Report of the officer in charge
of the

1 1

529
Bounty lands for military services in the late war with Great

Britain. Report of the Committee on Military Af-

fairs on the bill to provide for satisfying claims to 8 583 1
Boyd. Letter of the Commissioner of Pensions in relation
to the claim of Isaac

8 591 1
Brandywine light-house. Major Bache's report in relation
to the

2 58 100
Brant. Proceedings of the court of inquiry in the case of
Lieutenant Colonel

3 59 1
Brass and iron cannon. Report of the Secretary of War in

relation to the relative cost and superiority of . 4 165 1
Brenan et al. Report of the Committee of Claims on the
petition of Charles-

6 397 1
Brest harbor. Communication from H. S. Platt and others
respecting the commerce, &c., at

2 58 243
British and American Steamship Navigation Company of

London, and others. Report of the Commiltee on
Commerce on the memorial of the

3 123 1
British authorities on the northern frontier. Message from

the President of the United States, with a report of
General Macomb, in relation to the military and naval
preparations of the -

8 592 1
Bridge over Rock creek. Memorial of the corporate author-

ities of the city of Georgetown, praying the construc-
tion of a stone

5 229 1
Brooks. Report of the Committee of Claims on the claim of
James

6 395 1
Brown. Report of the Committee on Pensions on the bill
for the relief of Samuel

8 571 1
Brown. Report of the Committee on Pensions on the bill
granting a pension to John

.8 586 1
Bruce. Report of the Committee of Claims on the petition
of John

6 421 1
Bullion to the year 1839. Statements of imports and ex:
ports of

6 290 1
Burke. Report of the Committee of Claims on the petition
of John

3 104 1
Burke. Report of the Committee on Pensions on the peti-
tion of Martin

6 425 1
Butterfield. Report of the Committee on Pensions on the
bill granting a pension to William -

. 8 586 1

C.
Cairo city may be selected as a site for a national armory.
Memorial of the Cairo City Canal Company, pray-

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