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CONTAINING

SKETCHES OF THE DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS

OF THE

TWENTY-THIRD CONGRESS.

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BLAIR & RIVES, EDITORS.

TWO VOLUMES IN ONE.....FIRST SESSION, VOL. I.

CITY OF WASHINGTON:
PRINTED AT THE GLOBE OFFICE FOR THE EDITORS.

1834.

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227,

A.

Benton, Thomas H.-
Alabama, land sales in,

229 remarks on the Senate having passed the
(See also the references under Mississip-

resolutions condemnatory of the Presi.
pi.)

dent of the United States and the Sec-
bill on the same subject,

229
retary of the Treasury,

275, 276
Appointing power of the President of the

resolutions relating to the gold coin, 277
United States; Mr. Clay's resolutions

remarks on presenting the Boston me-
to limit, and his remarks on their in-

morial against the Bank of the United
troduction,
220, 293 States,

285, 286, 287
Appropriation bill, the general, for the civil

remarks on the President's protest 318,
and diplomatic expenses of the Gov-

319, 320, 321
ernment for 1834,

379, 442, remarks on presenting another memo-
450, 456, 462, 463, 464, 466, 467, 471, 473 rial from Boston against rechartering
in part for the expenses of the Govern-

the United States Bank,

371, 372
ment for 1834, 81, 118, 124, 126, 127, 129 remarks proving that there was very lit-
for the army for 1834,

374

tle diminution of United States Bank
Arkansas Territory, bill for the admission of

notes in consequence of the removal
into the Union, and to authorize the

of the deposites,

401, 402
people thereof to form a Constitution, 133, remarks on the resolutions of Mr. Clay

379, 473 against the reasons of the Secretary of
vote on laying the same on the table, - 379 the Treasury for removing the depos-
Augusta Bank, Georgia, letter in refutation

ites, and providing for the depository
of certain charges brought against it,

of accruing public money in the Uni-
read by Mr. Forsyth, in Senate, 251, 252 ted States Bank,

409, 410
B.

his resolution not to consider any propo-
Bank of the United States. The various

sition to restore the deposites, rechar-
points relating to this institution, other

ter the bank, &c., and his remarks
than the following, will be found fully

thereon,

• 418, 419, 420
referred to under the head of Depos-

his proposed amendment of the Consti-
ites.

tution in relation to the election of
resolution for the Committee on Finance

President and Vice President, 8, 17, 424
to sit during the recess, to investigate

remarks thereon,

439
the affairs of the,

478 remarks on the report of the Secretary
bill to continue the charter of the, for

of the Treasury of the amount of du-
six years from the 3d of March, 1836,

ties on foreign imports,

- 453,
and proceedings thereon,
249,

454, 455, 456
252, 253, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265 miscellaneous remarks, resolutions, &c. 1,
bill laid on the table

265

12, 19, 33, 39, 40, 50, 57, 72, 80, 83, 86, 102,
remarks thereon by Mr. Webster, 248, 249

114, 116, 122, 170, 261, 289, 308, 328, 353,
remarks thereon by Mr. Leigh,

249

363, 369, 374, 379, 393, 424, 426, 462, 463,
remarks thereon by Mr. Benton,

254,

465, 467, 473, 475, 476, 479
255, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260 Bibb, George M., presents certain joint reso-
Bank of Maryland, (Union,) Mr. Clay's

lutions for amending the Constitution
resolution of inquiry concerning, &c.,

of the United States, in relation to the
and remarks by Messrs. Clay, For-

election of President and Vice Presi-
syth, &c., -
264, 267, 269 dent, -

20, 379, 397, 405, 418, 428
Mr. Clay's resolution was modified by

remarks on the same subject,

439
himself,

278 remarks on the call for the President's
response thereto by Mr. Taney, Secre-

letter to his Cabinet, -

21
lary of the Treasury,

284, 285 remarks on calling the Cabinet counsel-
Bell, Samuel, 52, 76, 83, 104, 114, 133, 134, 178,

lors before a committee of the Senate, 148
179, 220, 225, 328, 351, 379, 417, 418, 456 remarks on the existence of distress
Benton, Thomas H., remarks on the call for

caused by the removal of the depos-
the President's letter to his Cabinet, 20, 21

ites, -

170
remarks on providing a remedy to pre-

Mr. B.'s resolution relating to the cen-9
vent accidents in steam vessels,

49
sus, -

278
remarks on Mr. Clay's resolutions con-

remarks on the removal of the deposites, 286
demning the President of the United

amended motion, not to receive the Pres-
States and the Secretary of the Treas-

ident's protest,

342
ury for removing the public deposites

resolution to record the opinions of
from the United States Bank, - 77, 78, 79 Judges of the Supreme Court,

393
remarks on Mr. Webster's proposition

amendment to the same effect, to the
to recharter the Bank of the United

appropriation bill, by Mr. B., and re-
States, - 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260 jected,

466, 468

Bibb, George M.-

miscellaneous remarks,ʻresolutions, mo-
tions, &c.,

- 17, 39, 42,
97, 115, 174, 183, 184, 187, 218, 220, 251,
289, 290, 293, 304, 328, 332, 333, 334, 340,
346, 350, 368, 385, 393, 394, 417, 429, 435,

436, 451, 456, 459, 464, 465, 473, 474, 479
Black, John, resolution to change the place

of holding the United States district
courts in Mississippi,

73, 76
petition on the same subject,

438
report of the Judiciary Committe there-
upon

464
remarks on Mr. Clay's resolution to ex-

tend the time of payment of revenue
bonds,

163
remarks on the sale of Choctaw lands, - 210
miscellaneous remarks,

- 205,
218, 287, 293, 297, 334, 359, 375, 417
Brown, Bedford, remarks in opposition to Mr.

Clay's resolution for extending the time

of payment of revenue bonds, 101, 102
remarks on the deposite question, on a

petition on that subject, from Burke

county, North Carolina, .. 169, 170
remarks on the same subject, in reply to

a speech of Mr. Frelinghuysen, 228
remarks on the same subject, on the pre-

sentation of certain memorials from
Virginia, by Mr. Tyler,

235, 240
remarks on rechartering the United

States Bank, in reply to Mr. Preston, 266
remarks in reply to Mr. Clay's attack

upon Governor Wolf, for his hostility

to the United States Bank 345, 346
remarks on the conduct of the United
States Bank

423, 424
miscellaneous remarks, &c.,-

76,
83, 100, 131, 134, 252, 266, 293, 350, 369,

385, 396, 415, 418, 462, 469, 473

C.
Calhoun, John C., presents a bill to repeal

the act imposing duties on imports, 17
moves to postpone the repeal of the force

bill,
declines to call it up,

129
again postpone it for a fortnight,

188
again postponed, -

287, 293
bill to repeal the act imposing duties on

imports was taken up, discussed, and

referred to the Judiciary Committee, 298
remarks on the Vice President taking the

chair at the commencement of the ses-
sion, -

19
remarks on the call for the President's
paper to his Cabinet,

21
remarks on rejecting the President's
protest,

329, 332, 333, 334
Mr. C.'s resolutions on the same subject, 368
remarks on the bill concerning duties on
lead -

459
miscellaneous remarks, &c.,

95, 97,
98, 116, 152, 183, 215, 244, 253, 254,
287, 297, 333, 363, 372, 428, 471, 478

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