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Senate Proceedings and Debates.

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Military Service, a bill from the House of Rep-
resentatives making partial appropriation
for the, for the year 1821, read twice, and
referred

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read the third time, and passed as amended
another bill from the House of Representa-

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tives making the annual appropriation for
the, read three times, and passed with
amendinents

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the House of Representatives disagree to

the amendments, and the Senate insist 402
a conference agreed upon -
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the managers report, and the Senate recede 404
Militia, appointment of the standing Committee

on the -

a letter from the Secretary of War, with
statements showing the number of, for
each State

a Message from the President, transmitting
the annual statement of the -

Mills, Elijah J., appointed a Senator by the Le-
gislature of Massachusetts, in place of
Prentiss Mellen, resigned, produced his
credentials, &c.

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the credentials of, for a new term of six
years, received and filed

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Milne, Alexander, a bill from the House of Rep-
resentatives for relief of, twice read, and
referred

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Mint, a letter from the Secretary of the Treasury,

with the Director's report

a Message from the President, transmitting
the annual account of the

Mississippi, a bill from the House of Representa-
tives to alter the time of holding the dis-
trict court of the United States for, read
read a second time, and referred
reported without amendment
ordered to a third reading -

read the third time, and passed -
Mr. Williams presented the memorial of the
Legislature of, praying the right of pre-
emption in certain cases, referred

a bill to establish a new land office in, &c.,
read

read a second time

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(See, also, Alabama and Mississippi.)

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ordered to a third reading -
read the third time, and passed

Mr. Williams, of Tennessee, submitted a
resolution instructing the Judiciary Com-
mittee to report a bill extending the judi-
cial authority of the United States over
the State of
amended by adding Florida, agreed to
a message from the House of Representa-
tives, that they have rejected the Senate
resolution to admit

the rejection of the House of Representa-
tives debated

another resolution to admit, read
read a second time

the third reading rejected

a bill to provide for the due execution of the
laws of the United States, within the State
of, read

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read a second time

ordered to a third reading

read the third time, and passed

a resolution from the House of Representa-
tives for a joint committee to inquire into
the expediency, &c., of admitting, into the
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considered and agreed to, and a committee
appointed on the part of the Senate
said joint committee reported a resolution,
which was read

another resolution from the House of Rep-
resentatives, twice read and ordered to a
third reading

read the third time, and passed

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Mobile, Mr. Walker presented the memorial of
the Mayor of, referred

a bill granting to the Corporation of, certain
lots, read
read a second time
laid on the table

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252 Monroe, James, declared duly re-elected Presi-

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dent of the United States

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a joint committee appointed to inform him
of the same
Monsanto, Manuel and Isaac, a bill for the relief
of the legal representatives of, twice read 268
Montgomery, Alexander, a bill for the relief of
the legal representatives of, read
read a second time

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Senate Proceedings and Debates.

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Morril, David L., of New Hampshire, attended
speech of, on the Missouri resolution
remarks of, on the Ohio and Erie Canal 155
remarks of, on the rejection by the House of
Representatives of the Senate resolution
to admit Missouri -

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read a second time, and ordered to a third

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McNiel, Joseph, a bill from the House of Rep-
resentatives for relief of, twice read and
referred

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reported without amendment
ordered to a third reading

read the third time, and passed

McWarren, Nathan, Mr. Chandler presented

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Natchez Hospital, Mr. Holmes of Mississippi
communicated an act of the Legislature
of said State, concerning the, to which
they ask the consent of Congress, referred
National Institution for the promotion of indus-
try, Mr. King of New York presented the
memorial of the, praying that a duty of
ten per cent. may be imposed on all sales
at auction, referred

National Vaccine Institution, a bill from the
House of Representatives to incorporate
the, read

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read a second time, and referred
reported without amendment

Naval Affairs, appointment of the standing com-
mittee on
Naval Register, the Secretary of the Navy trans-
mitted copies of the, for the use of mem-

bers

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Naval Service, a report from the Secretary of
the Navy, in obedience to a resolution of
the last session, on the rules and regula-
tions for the
Navigation, Mr. Barbour submitted a resolution
requesting information of the President
of the United States at next session, as
to violations of the act concerning, &c.
the resolution agreed to

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Navy, a bill from the House of Representatives

for support of the, for the year 1821
twice read, and referred
reported without amendment
read the third time, and passed

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New Madrid, Mr. Johnson of Kentucky submit-
ted a resolution instructing the Commit-
tee on Public Lands to inquire into the
expediency of amending the act for relief
of the inhabitants of
considered and agreed to
New York, Mr. Sanford presented the memorial
of the mayor, &c., of, praying that cer-
tain lands ceded to the United States, for
military purposes, may revert to the cor-
poration, referred to the Secretary of War 131
a Message from the President, transmitting
the report of the Secretary of War there-
on, referred to the Military Committee
a bill authorizing the President of the Uni-
ted States to retrocede, &c., as prayed,
read

read a second time

ordered to a third reading -
read the third time, and passed

reported without amendment
ordered to a third reading

a bill from the House of Representatives, to
alter the time for holding the district court
in the northern district of, twice read, and
referred

ency of issuing a patent to

considered, and agreed to

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Noble, James, of Indiana, attended

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the credentials of, for a new term of six years
received, and filed -
35 Northham, Stephen F., and others, Mr. Hunter
presented the petition of

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read the third time, and passed -
Mr. King presented the memorial of the
Chamber of Commerce of the city of,
praying that a naval force competent to
the protection of commerce may be sta-
tioned on the southwestern coast, referred 248
27 Nicholls, John. (See Harding, John and Giles.)
Nickles, James, sen., Mr. Noble submitted a re-
solution, instructing the Committee on
Public Lands to inquire into the expedi-

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Northumberland County, Virginia, a bill from
the House of Representatives to authorize
the Secretary of the Treasury to sell and
convey a certain tract of land lying in,
read twice

read the third time and passed

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Ogden, Thomas L., and others, Mr. Wilson pre-
sented the petition of, referred

a bill for relief of, read
read a second time

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ordered to a third reading.

read the third time, and passed

377 Ohio, Mr. Ruggles presented the proceedings of
the Legislature of, in relation to lands for

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386

school purposes, referred

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the committee discharged

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a bill authorizing the Secretary of State to
issue a patent to, read
read a second time

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read the third time, and passed

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ordered to a third reading

read the third time, and passed

of, referred

a bill to extend the patent of, read

read a second time

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Pacific Ocean, Mr. Lloyd presented a memorial
of the merchants of Baltimore, suggesting
the expediency of augmenting the naval
force in the, referred

Palmer, W. A., of Vermont, attended
Pancoast, William, Mr. Johnson of Kentucky
presented the petition of, referred
adverse report thereon

Parker, Samuel, Mr. Otis presented the petition

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Parks, Elias, a bill from the House of Represent-
atives for relief of, read -

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read a second time, and referred
reported without amendment
ordered to a third reading

read the third time, and passed

Perry, Oliver H., a bill from the House of Rep-
resentatives for relief of the family of the
late, twice read, and referred
reported without amendment
ordered to a third reading -
read the third time, and passed
326 Peters, Andrew, an adverse report on the peti-
tion of -

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reported with an amendment
ordered to a third reading -

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read the third time, and passed as amended 124
Parrott, John F., of New Hampshire, attended
Passengers from foreign ports and places, a letter
from the Secretary of State, with a trans-
cript of the lists of

Pearl River, a bill from the House of Representa-
tives to establish the district of, read
read a second time, and referred
reported without amendment
ordered to a third reading -
read the third time, and passed

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an adverse report thereon
35 Pleasants, James, of Virginia, attended

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Perkins, Nicholus, Mr. Eaton presented the pe-
tition of, referred

a bill for relief of, read

read a second time -

ordered to a third reading -

read the third time, and passed

Perry, Margaret, a bill from the House of Rep-
resentatives for relief of, read

128

150

read and concurred in

Piatt, John H., on motion of Mr. Van Dyke the
Secretary of the Treasury was directed to
report what proceedings have been had
in the case of

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a letter from the Secretary in reply
referred to the Committee of Claims -

a bill in explanation of the act for relief of,
twice read

laid on the table

Pinkney, William, of Maryland attended
remarks of, on Mr. Wilson's substitute for
Mr. Eaton's proviso to the Missouri reso-
lution
Piracy, Mr. Barbour submitted a motion to in-
struct the Judiciary Committee to inquire
into the expediency of modifying the law
for the punishment of
considered and agreed to

report of said committee thereon
Plantou, Julia, Mr. Roberts presented the peti-
tion of, referred

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remarks of, on the bill for relief of Commo-
dore Tucker

Plumbe, William, Mr. Dana presented the petition

of, referred

adverse report, with leave to withdraw his
petition

Point Coupee, a bill granting to the Governor of
Louisiana for the time being, two tracts
of land in county of, &c., read

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read a second time, and referred
reported with amendments

388 Post Offices and Post Roads, appointment of the

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read a second time

(See District Banks.)

Potter, Elderkin, the committee on the case of,

were discharged

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standing Committee on

Post Roads, a bill from the House of Represen-
tatives to alter and establish certain, twice
read, and referred -

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reported with amendments
ordered to a third reading

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read the third time, and passed as amended 397
20 Potomac, a bill to extend the charter of the Bank
of, read

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President of the United States, committee on the
part of the Senate, to wait on the
annual Message of the

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three thousand copies of the Message of the,
ordered to be printed
President and Vice President, Mr. Barbour sub-
mitted a resolution for a joint committee
to ascertain and report a mode of counting
the Electoral votes for -
agreed to, and a committee on the part of
the Senate appointed -

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report of resolutions by said committee
considered and agreed to
Private Acts of Congress and Indian Treaties.
(See Publication of the Laws.)

Process in the United States Courts, a bill from
the House of Representatives to regulate,
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Senate Proceedings and Debates.

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read the third time, and passed as amended
Public Lands, appointment of the standing Com-

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Mr. Johnson, of Louisiana, submitted sun-
dry resolutions relating to the, referred to
said committee

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report of the committee thereon
Mr. Talbot presented resolutions of the Le-
gislature of Kentucky respecting the, read
Public Moneys, a bill concerning the collection
of, twice read, and referred
reported with amendments

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Page. Purchasers of Public Lands-continued.
Mr. Trimble presented four memorials of
the same character · 116, 134, 136
Mr. Noble presented two memorials of the
same character
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Mr. Williams, of Tennessee, presented a
memorial of the Legislature of Missouri
on the same subject

Mr. Edwards presented a memorial of

a bill for the relief of, prior to the 1st July,
1820, read

read a second time

discussion of the bill
recommitted to the same

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Publication of the Laws, Mr. Eaton submitted
a resolution respecting the
agreed to, and referred

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a bill supplementary to the act to provide
for the, read

read a second time

ordered to a third reading

read the third time, and passed

Purchasers of Public Lands, Mr. Johnson, of
Louisiana, submitted a resolution con-
cerning

considered, and referred to the Committee
on Public Lands
Mr. Walker, of Alabama, submitted a reso-
lution, referred to the same

Mr. Noble presented the petition of sundry
citizens of the West, praying relief to, re-
ferred to the same

Mr. Noble also submitted a resolution on
the subject of
agreed to, and referred to the same
Mr. Ruggles submitted a similar resolu-

tion

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Mr. Trimble also one on the same subject
Mr. Thomas the same

Mr. Walker presented a memorial of the
Legislature of Alabama in behalf of, re-
ferred to the same

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reported with amendments
again committed to the same
reported with further amendments
read the third time, and passed
returned from the House of Representa-
tives with amendments, and agreed to
Purdy, Robert, a bill for the relief of, read
read a second time, and referred
reported without amendment
ordered to a third reading
read the third time, and passed

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Read, Charlotte, Mr. Sanford presented the pe-
tition of, referred

the committee discharged

Recruiting Service, a bill from the House of Rep-
resentatives to suspend the, for a limited
time, twice read, and referred
reported without amendment
ordered to a third reading
laid on the table

Reduction of Compensation to Members of Con-
gress, Mr. Burrill submitted a resolution
concerning

(See Compensation of Members.)
Restriction of Slavery, Mr. Sanford presented a
resolution of the Legislature of New York
concerning the, read

Mr. Tichenor presented a similar resolution
of the Legislature of Vermont, read
Revolutionary Army, Mr. Mills presented the
memorial of sundry officers of the, pray-
ing half pay for life, referred -
17 Revolutionary Land Warrants, a bill from the
House of Representatives extending the
time for issuing and locating, twice read,
and referred

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22 Revolutionary War, a bill from the House of
Representatives to continue in force the
act to provide for persons disabled by
known wounds received in the, read
twice, and referred

reported without amendment
indefinitely postponed

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Mr. Thomas presented a resolution of the
Legislature of Illinois concerning an act
of the last session to lay out a certain,
read

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Road, Mr. Trimble communicated a resolution
of the Legislature of Ohio respecting a
certain, referred

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