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59, 65, 81, 94, 99, 114, 115, 126, 129, 130

132, 133, 142, 181, 220, 226
resolutions submailled by
Tappan, Benjamin, of Ohio, 1, 16, 39, 60, 78, 85
87, 90, 96, 97, 107, 112, 114, 124, 129, 131

133, 137, 139, 152, 160, 180, 181, 182
resolutions submitted by

87, 96, 105
remarks on the bill to incorporate the

Howard Institution of the city of Wasb-
inglon .

85
remarks on bill to confirm to Indiana iho

land selected by her for the completion
of the Wabash and Erie Canal,

69, 72
letter to Blair and Rives respecting the
mistakes of the Reporters

72
remarks on ihe bill to establish a perma-

pent prospective pre-emption system 131
Tariff, resolutions of the Legislature of Alaba-
to

99
report from the Secretary of the Treasury
in relation to the revision of

109
Tennessee, bill to authorize the Legislature of,

to dispose of lands heretofore granted
for the use of schools.

65, 97
bill to authorize the State of, to issue

grants and perfect titles to certain lands
therein described, and to seule the
claims to the vacant and unappropriated
lands within the same. passed the 18th
day of April, 1806, 18, 25, 40, 60 61, 175

180, 182, 183
remarks of Mr. Anderson

182
Mr. Clay of Alabama .

· 183
Mr. Graham

. 182
Mr. Nich lion

. 183
Treasurer of the United States, communica.
lions from

14,81
Treasury Department, annual report of

6
resolutions of instruction to. 14, 19. 25. 40, 6)

65. 77, 82, 105, 107, 197
communications from, 18. 59. 77 87, 89, 97

99, 109, 113, 187, 142, 152, 156, 163, 223
Treasury, Independen', resolution for repeal ot, 14

remarks of Mr, Allen
Mr. Anderson

21
Mr. Calhoun

21
Mr. Clay of Kentucky
Mr. Hubbard

22
Mr. Wright

20
Treasury Notes, bill to authorize the issue of, 158

160, 163
Tropical plants, bill to encourage the introduc.

tion and promote the cultivation of, 105, 107
Tyler Jwbn, plecied Vice President of the
United Sates.

160
address when taking the chair as Presi.
dent of the Senate

231

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Remarks on resolution to dismiss Blair & Rives by
Mr Mangum

238, 250
Mr. Preniiss

. 237
Mr. Preston

249, 256
Mr. Sevier

. 250
Mr. S nith of Connecticut, 245, 248
Mr. Walker

243, 255
Mr. Woodbury

250
Mr. Wright

236, 237, 249
Mr. Young

. 238
yeas and pays on taking up . 237
yeas and nays on adopting

. 256
letter from

256
Private Land Claims, Committee on

12
resolution of instruction to

180
bills from

46, 59, 65, 77, 82, 85
reports from

82
Public Buildings, Committee on

12
bill from.

202
Public Lands, Committee on .

12
resolutions of instruction to. 30. 152, 182, 213
bills reported from., 18, 46, 65, 82, 89, 102
104, 112, 137, 139, 156, 164, 180, 181

202 207, 208
- Public Lands, bill providing for the gradu.
ation and reduction of the price of, 13

15, 40
bill to dispose of, to the States in which

they lie upon certain conditions, 40, 45, 65
proposition to distribute the proceeds of
the sales of among the States

112
bill for the relief of certain sellers on,

who were deprived of the benefits
of the act granting pre-emption rights, 46

202
Pursers. (See Navy.)

R
Railroad Companies, bill for the relief of cer.

taio, therein named, 25, 44, 89, 202
bill to authorize the Mount Carmel and

New Albany Railroad Company to en.
ter on a credit a quantity of land, to aid
the company in tbe construction of a
railroad from New Albany, in the State
of Indiana, to Mount Carmel, in the
State of Illinois, and for other por.
poses

18, 25
bill for the relief of the selma and Ten.

18, 60
Red River. (See Arkansas.)

Repeal (Soc Treasury.)
2 Resolutions submitted by-
Mr. Allen

23
Mr Anderson

C3, 197
Mr. Bayard

236
Mr. Benton 25, 60, 82, 97, 105 124, 139

202, 204, 223
Mr. Clay of Alabama 19, 25, 44 60, 152
Mr. Clay of Kentucky 14, 105, 107
Mr. Davis

16
Mr. Fulton

2, 30
Mr. Hubbard

18, 25, 117, 180
Mr. Lion

25, 82, 152, 180, 197
Mr. Lumpkin

2
Mr. Mangum

236
Mr Merrick

11, 25, 117
Mr. Nicholas

182
Mr. Noivell

60, 82, 119 180
Mr. Phelps

97, 197
Mr. Piercs
Mr Porter
Mr. Prentiss

Revolutionary Pensioners, bill making appro-

priation for the payment of, for the year
1841

165, 176
Rives, William C. of Virginia, 133, 199, 215
Roads and Canals, Committee on

12
bills reported from

104, 175
Roane, William H. of Virginia 12, 18 25 48.77

104, 16), 203, 213, 214
remarks on the bill to reorganize ihe judi.

cial circuits of the United States, 213, 214
remarks on announcing the dealh of the
Hon. Philip P. Barbour

208
Robinson, John M. of Illinois, 1, 77, 96, 102, 113

139, 140 199, 223
Ruggles, John, of Maine, 1, 16, 25 54. 71 77 90
96, 100, 105, 112, 133, 137, 139, 152, 181

212
Senale, report of the Secretary of

29
resolution of instruction to

40
Sergeant-at-Arms, resolution to defray the
funeral expenses of the late

97
resolution to proceed to the election of, 105 107
Sevier, Ambrose Hi of Arkansas, 1, 12, 13, 25

39. 40. 53, 69, 71 77. 85, 90, 94 96 97
100, 104 107, 108, 112 115, 126, 127
133, 144, 147, 152, 153, 163, 175, 176
181, 190, 191, 192, 198, 207, 217, 2 9

222, 223, 226, 231
remarks on bill for the relief of crlizens of

Arkansas who lost their improvements
in consequence of the treaty with the

Choctaws
remarks on bill to tax bank notes

57
remarks on bill to establish a board of

commissioners to hear and determine
claims against the United Sta es

69
remarks on the bill to establish a uniform
system of bankrup cy .

153, 158
his remarks on the resolution to dismiss
Blair and Rives as Printers to the Se.

250
Simmons, James F. of Rhode I lani,

133 232
Smith, Olivr H. of Indiana, 1, 2, 14. 19 25, 39

70 72 77, 81, 100, 103, 105, 113 126

129, 139, 154, 175, 181, 213, 216, 218
resolutions sábmitled by

2, 60
remarks on the bill granting a prrinn of

land to tbe State of Indiana for the ex-

tension of the Wabash and Ene Capal, 70, 72
Smith, Perry, of cinnecticut, 39, 65, 77, 107, 114

140, 154, 160, 180, 181, 225, 226, 245, 248
Temarks on bill to establish a uniform -rs.
tem of bankropicy

154, 160
remarks on the resolution to dismiss Blair

and Rives as Printers to the Senair, 245, 243
Smithsunian legacy, bill conceroing ihe uispoo
sition of the

182
Southard, Samu:) L. of Now Jersey 14 45, 85

101, 105, 163, 202, 220
renarks on the bill to revive and continue

in force ibe cbarter of Washington 45
South Carolina, report and resolutions of the

Logislature of, on Federal relations 12
Spence, John S. of Maryland, annunciation of
his death

11
State D pariment, resolution of instruction to, 197
communications from

14, 59, 65, 77
Steam, bill to provide for the better security of

the lives of passeng”rs on board of
vessels propelled in whole or in part by
steam

54
bill to authorize the application of, lo har-
bor defence

65, 71
bill to authorize the Secretary of the Trea.

sury 10 procure steam vessels for the
revenue service

13, 15, 40, 60, 68
Sturgeon, Daniel, of Pennsylvania, 1, 25, 48, 53

71, 81. 85. 89, 90, 94, 107, 112, 415, 129

135, 139, 152, 160, 175, 188, 212, 225
resolution submitted by

82
remarks on presenting resolutions of the
Legislature of Pennsylvania .

135
Swartwout, Samuel, bill authorizing the Secre.

tary of ibe Treasury to enter into a com-
promise with the sureties of 113, 115

23

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Walker, Robert J. of Mississippi, 39 48. 59. 65

77. 82, 91, 92 100 102 103, 107. 113 114
119, 127, 144, 146, 152, 156, 157. 180 197

207, 208, 215, 218, 219. 222 2'3, 226
resolutions submitted by, 48, 60, 77, 91, 146

180, 213
remarks on The bill to incorporate the

Howard Institution of the city of Wash-
ington,

83
remarks connected with the Norrheastern
boundary question

91, 92
remarks on the joint resolution for the

transfer of the Chesapeake and Obio
Canal stock held in ihe name of the

United States to Maryland
remarks on the bill to establish a uniform
system of bankruptcy, 102, 103, 144, 156

157
remarks on the mineral lands of the
United States

119

100

160
Mr. Presion

129, 137, 213
Mr. Ruggles

16. 105
Mr. Smith of Indiana

2, 60
Mr. Sturgeon

82
Mr. Tallmadge

65
Mr. Tappan

87, 96, 105
Mr. Walker 48, 60, 77, 91, 146, 180, 213
Mr. Wall

12, 25, 26, 146
Mr. White

30
Mr. Wright

2, 197
Mr. Young

16, 30, 82
Revenue Calters. Bili to increase the pay' nf
certain officers of

40, 131
Revolutionary Claims, Committee on

12
bills reported from, 48, 112, 137, 139, 160, 180

181, 188

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Williams, Reuel, of Maine, 14, 16, 18, 25, 39, 40
53, 71, 87, 89, 102, 115, 137, 181, 185, 197

202, 207, 216, 222, 223, 226
remarks on the bill establisbing the pay

and emoluments of pursers in the navy 49
remarks on the bill making new provisions
respecting navy pensions

49
remarks on presenting resolutions of his
Legislature

197
Wiskonsan, memorials of the Legislative
Council of

146, 175
Woodbridge, William, of Michigan . 232
Woodbury, Levi, of New Hampshire, 231, 232, 250

remarks on the resolution to di: miss Blair
and Rives as printers

250
Wright, Silas, of New York, 1, 2 14, 18, 20, 24

25, 28, 30, 35, 40, 49, 50, 53, 59, 65, 71, 82
87, 88, 89, 97, 99, 100, 102, 104, 113, 114
116, 119, 124, 127, 128, 129, 132, 135, 139
143, 144, 146, 147, 152, 154, 160, 164, 175
176, 197, 199, 202, 204, 216, 217, 218, 219

220, 222, 223, 226, 236, 237, 249, 257
resolutions submitted by .

2, 197
remarks on the resolution to repeal the In:

20
remarks on the finances of the country, 28, 30

35
remarks on the bill to establish a uniform

system of bankruptcy . 143, 144, 154
remarks on the resolution to dismiss Blair
and Rives as printers to the Senate 236

237, 249

.

Walker, Robert J.

remarks on the region of the Upper Mis.
sissippi

180
remarks on the resolution to dismiss Blair
and Rives as Printers of the Senale, 243

255
Wall, Garrel D. of New Jersey, I, 14, 15 18, 25

40, 41, 53 54, 77, 85, 89 90, 91, 96, 102
104, 113, 124, 127, 137, 146, 152 160, 181

212, 213. 222, 223
resolutions submitted by, 12, 25, 26, 146
remarks on the bill in addition to an act
to abolish imprisonment for debt

141
War Deparıment, resolutions of instruction to, 30

82, 146 196, 213
communications from, 14. 24, 71, 87, 89, 113

117, 127, 146, 159, 180, 197
Washington, bill to revive and continue in
force the charter of

12, 45, 59, 65
remarks of Mr. Clay of Alabama,

45, 46
Mr. Hubbard

45
Mr. King

45
Mr. Merrick

45
Mr. Norvell
Mr. Preston

45
Mr. Southard

45
Washington City Benevolent Society, bill to
incorporate

87
Howard Institution of, bill to incorpo-

rate .

deba e on ordering it to be engrossed 85
Webster, Daniel, of Massachusetts, 12, 14, 26, 20
59, 89, 90, 91, 94, 116, 119, 124, 134, 138

152, 198
remarks on the finances of the country, 26, 35
remarks on the bill to tax bank notes 57
remarks on commercial reciprocity 59
remarks on Northeastern boundary

91
letter of resignation of his seat

199
While, Albert S. of Indiana, 12, 14, 25, 30, 39. 82

87, 89, 94, 99, 100, 107, 108, 112, 119, 130
135, 144, 146, 152, 164, 165, 199, 202, 2018

220, 223
resolution offered by

30

.

Yeas and nays on the proposition to dispose

of the public lands to the States in
which they lie

. 113
on the proposition to distribute the prc-

of the sales of the public lands among
the States

113
on striking out appropriation for the col.

lection of agricultural statistics in the
bill making an appropriation for the

. 113
on engrossment of the Prospective Pre-

114
on the bill making temporary provision

for lunatics in the District of Co-
lumbia

11
on adjournment

114
on motion to take up the bill to incorpo.

rale the Banks of the District of Cc-
lumbia

153
in the passage of the Treasury Note

165
on the passage of Tennessee Land bili 18
on the resolution to go into the election of
Printer

. 195
on taking up the resolution to repeal the
Independent Treasury law

. 193
on laying the resolution on the table . 195
on granting leave to introduce a bill to

prevent the interference of Federal of.
fice-holders in the elections

199
on the bill to re-organize the judicial cir-
cuits of ihe United States

216
on the proposition to reduce the salaries

of offices connected with the customs 222
on taking up resolution for ibe dismissal
of Blair and Rives

239
on proposed amendments iberelo

246
on adopting the resolution

256
Young, Richard M. of Illinois, 1, 15 16, 18, 25,
29, 39, 71, 102, 104, 112, 134, 135, 146, 147,

152, 156, 197, 208, 222, 223
resolutions submitted by

16, 30, 82
remarks on appropria'ions for internal
improvements

203

45, 46

85, 87

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. .

A.
Abolition of slavery, motion to rescind the

21st rule of the House respecting peti-
tions for

1, 11, 12
memorials for :

51, 116
Accounts, committee oni

16
resolutions of instructions to

208
reports from

151
Adams, Jobo Quincy of Massachusetts, 1, 11, 13

24, 28, 29, 37, 39, 43, 51, 52, 53, 62, 64
70, 73, 76, 78, 79, 86, 94 96, 98 100, 101
113, 115, 116, 117, 133 134, 139, 146, 154

155, 158, 163, 167, 172, 173, 176, 226, 230
Agriculture, commillee on .

16
bill reported from

89
Alabama, resolutions of the Legislature of, 127

128
bill in relinquish the two per cent. fund

reserved by the act for her admission
into the Union, to be applied to lhe
making of a road or roads leading to
said Stale

28 58, 89
bill to establish an additional land district
in

58, 89, 229
bill auiborizing the set:lement and pay-
ment of certain claims of

134, 223
Alexandre, bill to refund certain daljes in the

case of French ship 81, 125, 228. 230
Alexandria, D. C. bill to extend the charier of
the bank of

125 163, 168
Alford, Julius C. of Georgia, 61, 73 74 44 88

139, 141, 142, 186, 203
Alleghany, bill making an appropriation for

the improvement of the navigation of the
Alleghany river, between Pilisburg and
Olean

. 168

Allen, John W. of Ohio

36 228
Allen, Judson of New York:

43, 75
Amisiad, bill for the enrolment of the schooner, 93

resulation respecting the translation of a
documeni connected with the negroes of
the

13, 79
Anderson, Hugh J. of Maine, 1, 28, 63, 71, 78

81, 162, 205, 221
Anderson, Simeon H. of Kentucky, dealb of
announced

17
Andrews, Lanr'aff w. of Kentucky, 1, 28, 42, 47

53, 89, 133, 151, 152, 159, 168. 176. 178

179, 180, 185, 204, 205, 206, 208, 212, 224
Appropriations, bill making an appropriation

in pari for the support of the Govern-
ment f r the year 1841

23
bill making appropriation for the payment

of Revolu'jonary and other pensioners
of the Uniicd States during the year
1841

39, 158
bill making an arpropriation for the re-

moval of the Rait in Red river, 44, 75, 79
bill making appropriation for the improve.

ment of the navigation of the Hudson
river

44
bill making appropriation for the current

and contingent expenses of the Indian

Department for 1841, 51, 217, 227
b ll making appropriation for the paval
service for the year 1841, 51, 207, 208

210, 211, 212, 216, 227
bill making appropriation for the support
of the army for ise year 1841, 86 216

217, 227
bill makin: appropriation for the civil

and dip'omatic expenses of the Govern-

ment for the rear 1841, 95, 162, 163, 176
177, 181, 184, 185, 186, 187, 198, 200

201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 224
bill making appropriation for certain for-

tifications for the year 1841, 156, 220, 221
bill making appropriation for the support

of the Military Academy for the year
1841

224, 225, 227
bill making appropriation for survevs,

light-houses, ard other purposes, 225, 227
Bill making "ppropriation for destitule
Kickapoo Indians,

. 227, 228
Appropriations, bill making certain appropri-
ations for the Patent Office

125
Arkansas, bul to authorize the inhabitants of

township eight north, range thirty-two
wesi, in the sale of, to enler a section
of land in lieu of the sixteenth section
in said township, upon condition that
the same be surrendered to the United
for miliary purposes

58
bill authorizing the inhabitants of frac-

rjonal township ten south, of range one
east, in the State of, to enter one-half
section of land for school purposes 58
bill for the relief of sundry citizens of,

who lost their improvements in conse-
quence of a realy between the United
States and the Choctaw Indians

58
bill in relation to donations of land to cer.
tain persons in the sale of

58
bill to quiet the lillrs of certain land

claimants in the States of Missouri
and, and for other purprse?

58
bill 10 setue ihe title to certain tracts of
land in the State of

58

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the proposition to em Appropriations

act for the relief of sundry citizens of

Arkansas, who lost their improvements
in consequence of a treaty between the
United States and the Choctaw In-
diaos

61
bill making appropriations to improve the
Red river, and for other purposes

79, 168
-2 appropriation for Army of the United States, bill to authorize
the enlistment of boys in

167
(See Appropriation.)
Arts, bill in addition to an act to promote the
progress of

99, 168
the District Atherton, Charles G. of New Hampshire 1, 12, 13

17, 28, 104, 113, 139, 202, 228
Attorney Generals' opinions on the construc-
ap the bill to incan lion of public laws

229
of the District de

B.
the Treasury Ng Bankruptcy, bill to establish a uniform system of, 44

73, 102, 103
Tennessee Lands Banks, Linn, of Virginia, 11, 94, 113, 125, 159
o into the electicas

203, 206, 209
Banks of the the District of Columbia, bill to

revive and continue in force the corporate
ary law
existence of

47, 222, 224, 229
n on the table
Baker, Osmyn, of Massachusetts

. 1,28
ntroduce a bit

Barbour, Hon. Philip P. of the Supreme
nce of Federal
Court, death of, announced

209
Barnard, Dariel D. of New York, i, 23, 24, 28
cions
e the judicial ei.

37, 43, 44, 48, 51, 73, 78, 79, 84, 96, 101, 102
Lales

109, 113, 181, 229

28
Beatly, William, of Ponnsylvania, 1, 17, 24,
duce the chara
ith the custom

29, 75. 126, 133, 150, 168, 212, 225
Fur ibe dispise

Beirne, Andrew, of Virginia, 1, 12, 77, 78, 163

Bell, John, of Tenn. 1. 41, 113, 114, 115, 167, 204
thereto
Black, Edward, J. of Georgia, 116, 117, 124, 139

140, 158, 186, 187
Blackwell, Julius W. of Tennessee
1, 15 16, 14

1, 52
Boardman, William W. of Connecticut, 28, 43, 76
2. 134, 135, 14

78, 129, 167
Bond, William K. of Ohio
16,1

1, 126
Books, propositions to give to members of Con-
; for internal

226, 229, 230
gress
.

Botts, Jubn W. of Virginia 37, 38, 42, 43
Boaniy Linds, bill for satisfyiog the claims of
the soldiers of last war 10

89
Boyd, Linn, of Kentucky,

1, 43, 226
Branch miats, debate on motion to abolish, 184, 185
Breckenridge, Henry M. of Pennsylvania, 14, 141

211..224
Brewster, David P. 1, 28, 36, 37, 43, 44, 47, 75
Briggs, George N. of Massachusetts, 1, 13, 14, 23
41, 42, 43, 44, 53, 76, 78, 84, 88, 98, 101,

116, 125, 140, 159, 161, 196, 209, 228
British seizures and searches

229
Brockway, John H.

167, 168
Brown, Aaron V. of Tennessee, 1, 43, 52, 64, 77

228
he support
the year

Brown, Albert G. of Mississippi, 43, 81, 187, 227
Burke, Edmund, of New Hampshire, 132, 163

164, 165
Butler, Sampson, of South Carelina . 1, 75
Burler, William o. of Kentucky, 43 75, 94, 167
Bynum Jesse A. of North Carolina, 158, 164, 184

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Chaplain, resolution to go into the election of. 12
Rev. Thomas C. Braxton elested

24
resolution to repeal the law fixing the sa-

38, 39
Chapman, Reuben, of Alabama, 1, 28, 125, 163

169, 207, 212, 217, 229
China, resolution of inquiry into our political
relations with

24, 28, 29
Chinn, Thomas W. of Louisiana, 1, 52, 61, 78, 86

108
Chittenden, Thomas C. of New York, 43, 75, 78

81, 89, 168
Choctaw treaty, bill to revive the acts of 1837,

1838, (or appointing commissioners 10
adjust certain claims under the J4ib arti-
cle of

44
Claims, Committee on
authorized to employ a clerk

24
resolutions of instruction to, 38, 39, 44,81
bills reported from

81, 106
reports from

92, 106
Clark, John C. of New York, 1, 36, 159, 227, 228
Clerk of the House, letters from

47, 48
Clifford, Nathan, of Maine, 1, 28, 29, 43, 78, 81

89, 113, 155, 168, 169, 199, 203, 205
Coles, Walter, of Virginia

139, 146
Commerce and navigation, annual report on 230
Commerce, Committee on

16
resolutions of instruction to 44, 52, 93
bills reported from

89, 93, 106
reports from
Committees, Standing, order for, and appoint-
ment of

13, 16
Conkling, Alfred, report of the Judiciary Com.
mittee on certain charges against .

227
Connor, Henry W. of N. C. 116, 181, 226
Contested election between Messrs. Ingersoll
and Naylor, 47, 76, 83, 84, 87, 88, 95, 96 97

101, 103
Contested elections, bill regulating the taking
of testimony in cases of

86
Cooper, Mark A. of Georgia, 28, 29, 37, 38, 39
150, 155, 158, 159, 169, 181, 184, 185, 186

187, 208
Cooper, William R. of Pennsylvania.

47
Counterfeiting, bill to prevent the counterfeit-

ing any foreign copper, gold, silver, or
other coin, and to prevent the bringing in.
to the United States, or uttering any coun-
terfeit foreign copper, gold, silver, or other
coin

61, 96
Courts of the United States, bill to regulate the

forms and modes of proceeding in, to re-
gulate the fee bills, and to limit the emolu-
ments of certain officers.

44
Crabb, George W. of Alabama, 28, 44. 47, 75, 93
98, 127, 123, 150, 162, 169, 184, 198, 207, 208

217, 224, 226, 228
Craig, Robert, of Virginia 1, 24, 37, 117
Cranston, Robert B. of Rhode Island, 1, 13,

28

52, 76
Crary, Isaac E. of Michigan, 1, 75, 78, 106, 159

176, 184, 203
Crimes against the United States, act to amend

an act entitled “An act more effectually
to provide for the punishment of certain
crimes, and for other purposes

61, 96
Crittenden, Thomas C. of 'N.'Y.

1
Crockett, John W. of Tennessee 1, 24. 39, 151
Cross, Edward, of Ark. 1, 28, 44, 47, 78, 167, 220
Cumberland road, proposition to direct the

Committee on Public Lands to inquire
into the expediency of making an appro-
priation for

39, 47, 86
Curriruck, bill to abolish the port of delivery
at

125, 226
Curtis, Edward, of N. Y. 28, 43 47, 89, 93, 106

138, 139, 152, 164, 16), 201, 203, 226, 227
Cushing, Caleb, of Mass. 13, 17, 23, 23, 29, 43, 52

75, 76, 77, 84, 86, 88, 99, 124, 134, 139,
147, 160, 161, 163, 167, 169, 170, 200, 203

208, 221, 229

Davis, John W. of la. 1, 28, 29, 41, 73, 75, 78. 80

81, 86, 89, 106, 208, 216, 228
Davis, Garret, of Ky. 1, 39, 43, 44, 76, 81, 84, 94

127, 176, 200, 201
Dawson, William C. of Ga. 28. 37, 39, 43, 78, 88

94, 101, 113, 132, 140, 152, 169, 185, 217, 228
Deberry, Edmund, of N. C.

47, 75, 89
Debt, bill to amend the act for the abolish-

ment of imprisonment for 37, 44, 58, 96
De let, James, of Ala. 28, 29, 44, 47, 75, 80, 115

167, 224
Dennis, John, of Md.

28, 47
Deposite banks, bill to extend further indal-

gence to
Detroit, an act supplementary to "An act to

provide for the adjustmeni of titles to land
in the town of Detroit, and Territory of
Michigan, and for other purposes," passed
April 21, 1806

61
Dickerson, Philemon, of N. J. 167, 230
District of Columbia, Committee on

16
bills reported from

47, 89, 163
bill making temporary provision for lu-
natics in

86, 88, 125, 187
bill making appropriations for the benefit

of the Northern Liberty Fire Company 89
bill to incorporate the Washington Be-
nevolent Society

107, 151
bill making an appropriation for the
Island Fire Company

163
appropriation for the repair of the Poto
mac bridge

181
banks of the, bill to continue the corpo.
rate existence of

222, 224, 229
Doan, William, of Ohio

43, 81, 93. 168
Dodg“, A. C. of lowa!.

1, 75, 217, 228
Doe, Nicholas B.

86, 115
Doig, Andrew W.

1, 16, 51
Doty, J. D. of Wiskonsan 1, 28, 52, 78, 224
Downing, Charles, of Florida, 1, 52, 76, 78, 158

212, 217, 224, 228
Dromgoole, Geo. C. of Va 162, 169, 181, 196

206, 208, 209, 212, 217, 229, 230
Duncan, Alexander, of Obio, 1, 13, 17, 24, 29, 36

75, 120, 125, 126, 127, 130
Drawback, bill allowing drawback on toreign

merchandise exported in the eriginal pack-
age to Chihuahua and Santa Fe, in
Mexico

75
E.
Eari, Nehemiab H. of N. Y.

1, 51, 78
Eastman, Ira A. of N. H. 1, 28, 76, 123, 129, 156

169, 187, 195, 196
Edwards, John, of

94, 168
Elections, Committee on

16
reports and resolutions from

106, 169
bill regulating the taking testimony in

cases of contested elections, and for
other purposes :

169
Ely, John, of N. Y

1, 28, 75, 167
Emigrants, statement of the number and de
scription of, doring the year 1840

229
Evans, George, of Maine, 28, 39, 94, 113, 114

115, 118, 158, 164, 169, 176, 187, 196, 201

203, 205, 207,212, 216, 217, 224, 227, 223, 230
Everett, Horace, of Vermont, 1, 24, 43, 44, 51, 52
71, 92, 119, 120, 121, 125, 140, 152. 161, 163

164, 171, 173, 184, 203, 217, 224, 230
Expenditures in the State Department, Com-
mittee on

16
Expenditures in the Treasury Department
Committee on

16
Expenditures in the War Department, Com
mittee on .

16
Expenditures in the Navy Departmeni, Com-
mittee

16
Expenditures in the Post Ofice Department,
Committee on

16
Expenditures on the Public Buildings, Com-
mittee on

16
report from

94
F.
Fillmore, Millard, of N. Y. 1 24, 28. 44 47, 58

73, 76, 78, 80, 81, 84, 86, 87, 88, 96, 103
104, 120, 136, 137, 133, 140, 163, 169, 174

181, 198, 201, 202, 204, 211, 220, 221, 222
Fine, John, of N. Y.

1, 81
Fisher, Charles

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Calhoun, William B. of Mass. 1, 76, 116, 167
Campbell, John, of S. C. 96, 97, 106, 151, 195, 228
Campbell, William B. of Tenn. 1, 28, 43, 200
Caroline, steamboat, resolation requesting the

President 10 communicate, and the cor-
respondence with the British Govern-

ment on the subject of · 44, 73, 74, 75, 79
report of the Committee on Foreign Rela.
tions thereon

170
debate on ordering it to be printed, 171, 172
Carr, John, of Illinois, 1, 36, 75, 78, 89, 92, 116,

119, 120, 125, 151, 159, 168, 181
Carroll, James, of Md.

28
Carier, Wm. B. of Tenn.

36
Casey, Zadok, of Illinois, 1, 28, 47, 52, 75, 89, 92,

106, 113, 127, 184, 202, 230
Cayenne, in French Guiana, bill regulating
commercial intercourse with

125, 167
Census, bill further to amend the act to pro-

vide for taking the sixth census
Chandelier, resolation to inquire into the causes
of its falling

52, 86

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Horses, bill further to continue in force the

"Act for the payment of horses and other
property lost in the military service of the
United Sales"

. 163
Howard Institution of the city of Washing:
ton, bill for the benefit of

97
Hubbard, David. of Alabama, 39. 49. 58 61,78
83, 84, 86, 87, 88, 96, 133, 134, 169, 176, 177

181 217
Hunt, Hiram P. of New York, 38. 43. 78. 187

200, 203, 216, 220
Hunter, R. M. T. of Virginia, 28, 43, 230, 231

Fletcher, Isaac, of Vt.

1, 132
Florida, bull 10 authorize the enlistment of
miiia in

167
bill authorizing the Legislative council to

change the time of meeting of the
council

163
bill authorizing the adjustment of Insees

sustained by citizens of Florida in 1814,
by the United States troops

· 163
communication of the Secretary of War,

transmilling a leller from General Ar-
mislead on the removal of the Semi.
poles

161,
Floyd, Juha G. of New York, 36 47,51, 78, 163

181, 201, 210, 211
Foreign Affairs, Committee on

16
bulls reported from

167, 163
reporis from

81, 89
Fornance, Joseph, of Pennsylvania 1, 75, 138
Fourth insialment, bill to provide for the pav.
ment of, to the Sates

44, 93, 116
Franking privilege proposed to be extended, 229
French spoliations, bill to provide for the satis-

faction of claims due to ceriain Ameri.
can citizens for spoliations committed on
their commerce prior to the 31st day of
July, 1801

88
Furniture for the President's House, vote on, 206

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Illinois, memorial of Legislature of

52
Independent Treasury Law, resolution requir.

ing information as to the maoner in
which its provisions have been enforce
ed

13, 29, 36, 58, 229
bill to repeal

132
Indian Affairs, Committee on .

16
bilis reported from

. 167
Iudian disbursements

. 230
Indian schools in Kentucky

. 230
Indiana, bill to confirm to the State of India-

na ibe lands selected by said State for the
continuation of that portion of the Wa.
bash and Erie Canal that lies between the
mouth of the Tippecaoc river and Terre
Haute, and for other purposes 44, 83, 96

184 199
Ingersoll, Charles J. 37, 41, 47, 84, 87, 95

101, 103
Invalid Pensions, Committee on

16
resolutions of instruction to

33, 44
bills reported from

81, 89

81, 89
Iowa, proportion to pay, for services of her
militia,

223

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reports from

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G.
Galbraith, Jobn, of Pa. 1, 29, 43, 44, 78, 92, 161

168. 169, 202
Garland, James, of Virginia, 36, 38, 58, 146
Garland, Rice, of Louisiana, .

89
Gales, Seib M. of New York, 1,36 43, 44
Geniry, Merediib P. of Tennessee 1, 43, 203, 204
Gerry James of Pennsylvania

1
Giddings, Joshua, R. of Ohio 43, 51, 52, 58. 64

78, 81, 93, 106, 155, 159 169, 227
Grggin, William L. of Virginia 36, 78, 81 167
Quude, Patrick G. of Ohio, 1, 28. 39. 43, 78
Graban, James, of N. C. 38, 162, 163, 181, 185

207. 227 2:29
Granger, Francis, of N. Y. 1, 23, 43 76 80 81

171, 172 203 205
Graves. William J. of Kentucky. 77, 176, 177,173
179, 180, 181, 184, 185, 187, 196 213, 204

206, 207, 211, 212, 217, 224
Green Willis, of Kentucky, 1, 28, 75. 96 97, 101

150, 181, 186
Griffin Joba K of South Carolina, 1, 43. 119
Grinnell, Moses H. of N. Y. 28, 43 44 47, 86

93, 163 172, 201, 216 230
Grundy, Hon. Felix, annunciation of bis

death, and resolutions adopted thereon 64

1, 57

J.
Jackson, Thomas B. of New York
James, Francis, of Pennsylvania

15
Jameson, John, of Missouri, 1, 71, 7375, 73, 103

150, 162, 167, 200 222, 228
Jenifer, Daniel, of Maryland, 111, 13. 43. 104

134, 149 178, 179 180
Johnson, Joseph, of Virginia, 1, 42, 43, 135, 163

196
Johnson, William Cout, of Maryland, 24, 28 33

39, 43, 47, 48, 51, 58. 83, 84. 86 87, 88, 93
96, 129, 130, 146, 147, 150, 151 163, 181, 184

187 205, 210, 220
Johnson, Cave, of Tennesere, 1, 24, 39 53 91 101

106, 158 169 201 202, 203, 204 224
Johnson, Charles, ot New York,

1, 163
Joiol meeting of the two Houses to count the
Electoral votes

160
Jones, Nathaniel, of New York, 1, 24, 81, 114, 166

227
Jones, John W. of Virginia, 23, 39, 51, 86, 93, 95

98 101 108 117, 118, 120, 124, 125, 128
129, 132, 134, 135 138, 139, 140, 145, 147
150, 154, 155, 156, 153, 162, 163, 169, 176
181, 184, 186 187, 196, 198, 199, 200, 201

2:2, 204, 205, 207, 210, 212, 216, 217, 220
Indiciary, Commiliee on

16
r's lulions of instruction to

23, 93
bills reported from

96
reporis from

166, 227
Judicial courts, bill to amend ihe act entitled

"An act to amend the act approved May
13, 1800, entitled an act to amend an act
entilled an act to establish the judicial
courts of the United States"

230

H.
Ilabersham, Richard W. of Georgia, 75 94, 96

106, 184
Half-pay, bill extending for five years the act

of 1838, graoting half-pay to ceriain wi.

dows and orphans, 156, 169, 187, 195, 229
Hall, Hiland, of Vermont 1, 47, 167, 196
Hammond, Robert H. of Pennsylvania 38
Hand, Augusius C. of New York, 1, 13. 23, 24
29, 36, 43, 47, 75, 78, 81, 88, 151, 168, 196

222
Harbors on the Northern and Northwestern
lakes

37, 43, 125
Hastings, William S. of Massachusetts 98
Hastings, John, of Ohio

1, 87
Hawes, Richard of Kentucky, 1, 81, 170, 171, 211
Hawkins, Micajah T. of North Carolina 37
Henry, Thomas, of Pennsylvania, 1, 28, 38, 52, 75

.

.

K.
Keim, George M. of Pennsylvania, 1, 36, 75, 229

230
Kemble, Gouverneur, of New York, 1, 93, 167. 230
Kempshall, Thomas of New York

43,75
Kentucky, resolutions of the Legislature, ot 127

151
Kille, Joseph, of New Jersey

1, 88
King, Thomas Butler, of Georgia

88

Lane, Herry 8. of Indiana, 43, 44, 45, 4

120, 184,
Lawrence, Abbolt, of Massachuselts
L-adbetier, Daniel P. of Ohio

1. 57
Leet, Isaac, of Pennsylvania, 1, 17, 43,83 :

150, 159, 227,
remarks on announcing the death of Mr.

Ramsey
Leonard, S.ephen B. of New York, 47, 78.88

16L
Lewis, Dixon H. of Alabama
Library, Committee on the

resolutions of instruction to the

reports from
Lincoln, Lavi, of Massachusetts, 1, i3. 28, 2

43, 47, 78, 33, 113, 115, 116, 146, 147.
162, 163, 164, 176, 180, 184, 198, 208,

Louisiana, bill to revive an act entitled "A.

act to authorize the inbabitants of the

State of, to enter the back lands,” 86,
bill enliled "An act to unite the South-

eastern land district, and that of tbe
Greensburgh district, in the State of
and for ober purposes”

86,
proposition to refund money paid for ser:

vices of her militia
Lowell, Joshua A.of Maine :
Lucas, William, of Virginia .
Lunatics in the District of Columbia, bill

making temdorary provision for, 86, 88,

M.
McCarty, William M. of Virginia, 78, 163,15
McClellan, Abraham, of Tennessee
McClare, Charles M. of Pennsylvania,
McCulloch, George, of Pennsylvania

1
McKay, James J. of Norih Carolina 53. i
Maide, bill to provide for the settlement of

claims of the State of, for services of ber
militia

, , 227,
Mailory, Francis, of Virginia, 113, 148, 209

211, 2129
Mallory, Meredith, of New Yo:k, 1, 28,
Manufac'urrs, Committee on
bills reported on

12
reporis fr im
Marchand, Albert G. of Pennsylvania 1, 28.
Marvia, Richard P. of N. Y. 1, 43, 78, 83,13
Mason, Samson, of Ohio, 1, 75, 84, 104. 176.15.1

21, 205.11
Mcdill, William, of Ohio, 1, 37, 42, 43 75 -3

103, 132,
Mileage, Committee on

bll reported from
bill to establi.h a more uniform rule of

computing mileage and per diem com-

pensation of member of Congress
Military Asylum, bill to found a, for the relief

and support of invalid soldiers of the

army of the United States
Military Academy, bill to rrovide for the sup-

port of, for lhe year 1841
Military Affairs, Committee on

resolution of instruction to
bilis rep ried from

89,16
reports from

81,16
Military Bounty Lands, resolution to provide

scrip for ouistanding land warrants, 3
bill for the relief of the owners of bounty

land warrants.
bill to continue in force the first section of

an act entitled "An act to extend the
time for locating Virginia military land
warranis, and returning surveys thereon
to the General Land Office," approved

July 7, 1838.
Militia, Committee on
Miller, John, of Missouri

1, 28, 38
Mississippi, ibe bill to confirm the survey and

location of claims for lands in the State
of Mississippi, east of the Pearl river,
and south of the thirty-first degree of

north latitude.
bill to relinquish to, the two per cent.
fund

125, IN
Missouri,

letter from the Governor of .
bill to continue in force the act for the

1
Hill, John, of Virginia

1
Hill, John, of Norih Carolina

37
Hiller, jr. Solomon
Hoffman, Ogden, of New York, 28.-36, 43, 47

113, 166, 208, 212
Holmes, Isaac E. of South Carolina, 74, 94, 129

195
Holt, Charles, report of committee, to whom

his petition to refund a fine imposed under
the Sedition law was referred

. 166
Holt, Hines, of Georgia

. 135
Hook, Enos, of Pennsylvania

1, 23
Hopkins, George W. of Virginia, 1, 12, 28, 29

93, 94, 163, 168, 196, 226

L.
Land patents, bill to confirm defective,

184, 209

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fipal adjustment of private land claims

in Missouri, approved 9th July, 1832,
15.

and the act supplemental therelo, ap-

proved 2d March, 1833

97, 167
Mitchell, Charles F. of New York 1, 75, 226
12. Mobile harbor, bill making appropriations to
223,

complete the improveinents of 23, 44
Monroe, James, or N. Y. 1, 24, 28, 36, 37, 43
44, 53, 62, 71, 75, 76, 78, 89, 96, 141, 164

176, 181, 196, 201, 206, 212 222
Montanya, James D. L. of N. Y. 1, 75, 78, 167
Montgomery, Ww. of N. C. 1, 43, 44, 93, 1.16

167, 216
Morgan, Christopher, of N. Y. 29, 53, 73, 75, 78
81, 140, 161, 163, 168, 176 178, 181, 196

204, 205, 217, 225
132. Moore, John, of La. 36, 43, 77, 216, 224
Morris, Samuel W. of Pa.

1, 168
ittedMorris, Calvary, of O 110, 1, 78, 83, 132, 163, 230
15 (1) Morrow Jeremiah, of Onio

80

N.
at at National defences, bill making appropriations
Suar for certain fortifications of the United

Stales generally for the year 1841, and for
armament of fortifications; also, for rais.
ing a company of sappers, miners, and
pontoniers, and appropriating $500,000
for steamships of war

199
bia, Naturalization laws, bills for modification of, 13

23, 29, 36, 41
Naval Affairs, Committee on

16
bills reported from

47, 81, 167
reports from

167
Navy. (See Appropriations.)
1 Navy Department, communications from, 13, 46

61, 78, 89, 107, 134
resolations of instruction tu

93
Navy Pensions. (See Pensions.)
Naylor, Charles, of Pennsylvania, 1, 37, 42, 43

47, 71, 78, 95, 96, 97, 101, 103, 104
New Hampshire, bill relatiog to the judicial
conrts in the district of

125
Newhard, Peter, of Pennsylvania

1
New Orleans, bill to amend an act to extend

106
Newport barracks, bull making an appropria:
ijon for improvements at

167
3,84

Northwest Territory, joint resolution for print-
ing a map of

167
Northeastern Boundary, bill making further

provision for the exploration and survey
of ibat part of the Northeastern boundary
line of the United States which separates
the States of Maine and New Hampshire

from the British provinces, 168, 169, 199, 200
Northwestern Territory, joint resolution to
print a map of

167

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tablish a system of general permanent Resolutions submitted by
pre-emption rights in favor of occupants

Mr. Barnard

37, 229
of the public lakids
230 Mr. Beirne

77
Petrikin, David, of Pa. 17, 23. 29, 147, 155. 162 Mr Blackwell

52
170, 194 196 199, 200
Mr. Boardman

129
Pickens, Francis W. of 8. v. 37, 52 53, 58 61 Mr. Boils

37, 38
73, 75, 78, 80. 81, 93, 134, 155, 168. 169 Mr. Briggs

· 229
170, 171, 172, 173, 187, 196 211' 220, 221 Mr. Brown, A. v.

52, 77
Pope, John, of Ky. 43, 77, 92, 125, 127, 123, 180 Mr. Burke

164, 165
220 226, 223 Mr. Campbell, John

96, 106
Post Office and Post Roads, Committee on 16 Mr. Casey

106
resolutions of insiracliva lo
39, 159 Mr Chapman

169
Terorts from
. 163 Mr. Cooper, M. A.

28
Post Office Department, resolations of instrur.

"Mr. Crabb

93
tion 10.
38 44. 52 Mr. Cranston

13, 52
communications from, 51, 58, 83, 89, 129 130 Mr. Cushing

29, 167
Prentiss, Jan H. of New York 1, 28, 78 Mr. Davies

44
President of the United Sta'es, joint committee

Mr. Davis, Garret

39, 77, 94
appvidied to inform bim of the organi.

Mr. Dawson

39
zation of Congress

12
Mr. Dellett

29
annual message of
12 Mr. Doty

224
resolutions directed to
39, 44, 51 Mr. Evans

230
communications from, 13, 58, 72, 73, 79, 134 Mr. Everett 24, 44, 52, 92, 119, 121
169, 229 Mr. Fillmore

24, 44, 136
resolution limiting his eligibility to one

Mr. Forpance

138
term

38
Mr. Galbraith

44, 202
election of, Congressional proceedings

Mr. Gales

44
connected therewitb, 134, 139, 140, 159, 160

Mr. Giddings

93
163
Mr. Goode

39
Private Land Claims, Committee on

16
Mr. Grabam

38
bills reports from .

81; 167

Mr. Grinnell
reports from
. 167 Mr. Hammond

38
Privateer Pension Fund, resolution relative to, 93 Mr. Henry

38, 52
Proffir, George H. of la. 1, 39, 47, 48 52, 61, 78 Mr. Hopkins

94
106, 130, 150, 152, 155, 156, 163 170, 176 Mr. Hunt
177, 196, 199, 207, 211, 217, 228, 230 Mr. Johnson,

с

158
Public Buildings and Grounds, Committee on, 16 Mr. Johnson, W. O.

. 150
resolutions of instruction to

33, 52
Mr. Kemble

. 93
Commissioner on, communication from, 41, 98 Mr. Leadbetter

52
Public Expenditures, Committee on

16
Mr. Leet

18, 159
Public Lands, Committee on .

16
Mr. Lincoln

29, 93, 113, 188
resolutions of instruction to
39, 52 Mr. McClellan

32
reports from
92, 106 Mr. McClure

52
Public Lands-bill for the relief of certain sel.

Mr. Marchand

38
dlers on ibe, who were deprived of the

Mr. Mason, 8.

75
benefits of the act granting pre-emp'ion

Mr. Miichell

. 226
rights, which was approved on the 19th

Mr. Monsgemery
of June, 1834
58, 163 Mr. Moore

77
bill to graut oiher lands to the inhabitan's

Mr. Peck

114
of townships deprived of ihe 16:9 sec-

Mr. Petrikin

24
tion by Indian reservations

58
Mr. Pickens

124
bill to change the mode of disposing of 64 Mr. Pope

77
bill to revive and continue in force for a

Mr. Profit

39, 52
limited time, an act approved on the 31

Mr. Randolph

36
day of March, 1837, entitled “Ao act

Mr Rariden

39
for the appointmeat of commissioners

Mr. Reynolds

78, 113
to adjust ihe claims to reservations of

Mr. Rossell

11, 12, 24 220
land under the 14 h article of the trea.

Mr. Sergeant
ty of 1830, will the Choclaw Indians;"

Mr. Smith, A.
and also an act approved on ihe 22d

Mr. 8 nith, Truman

44
day of February, 1838, entiled an act

Mr. Saltonstall

93
to amend an act entitled 'An act for

Mr. Stauly

13, 38, 94
the appoin'ment of commissioners to

Mr. Taliaferro

1
adjust the claims to reservations of

Mr. Thompson, J. W.

: 17
Jands under the 14 h ar icle of the trea.

Mr Thompson, W.

93
ty of 1830 with the Chocław Indians' » 98 Mr. Tillingbast

i3, 24, 52, 79
Mr. Toland
Mr. Weller

52
Railroad, bill for the relief of the Selma and

Mr. Williams, J. L.

39, 156
Tenuessee
29, 75, 163 Mr. Williams of Con.

44
Ramsey, William s. of Pennsylvania, death

Mr. Winthrop

93
of announced

17 Reynolds, John, of Illinois, 28, 43, 52, 58, 61, 75
Randall, Benjamin
28, 76

78, 113, 115, 147
Randolph, Joseph F. of New Jersey 1, 36 77, 81 Revisal and unfinished business, Committee on, 16
Rariden, James, of Indiana 1, 28, 39, 43 78 86 Revolutionary Claims, Committee on

16
115, 152, 217 224, 226 resolutions of instruction to

44, 52
Rayner, Kenneth, of North Carolina 1, 147, 150 bilis reported from

47, 81, 167
158 reporis from

.81, 166, 167
Red river. (See Arkansas.)

Revolutionary Pensions, Committee on

16
Reduction of salaries, debate on the proposi.

resolutions of instruction to

14, 52 92
tion for
201, 203. 204 bills reported from

47, 81, 89
Reed, John, of Massachusetts 24, 38, 39, 47, 62 reports from

81, 88
63, 64, 71, 73, 76, 78, 81, 86, 89, 167, 181 Rhett, R. Barnwell, of South Carolina, 117, 118
196, 200, 207, 212, 229

132, 196, 200
Resolutions submitted by-

Rhode Island, resolutions of the Legislature of, 159
Mr. Adams, 11, 13, 24, 52, 70, 94, 133, 134 Ridgway, Joseph, of Ohio

1
Mr. Andrews

39, 159, 208 Rives, John C. letter from, on the subject of
Mr. Alberton

12 ibe printing and binding of the House, 72, 78
Mr. Banks

159, 208

report of Select Committee thereon . 106

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Palen, Rafas, of N. Y.

81, 89
Parrish, l'aac, of Ohio

1, 78
Parmebler, William, of Mass. I, 28, 36, 76 81

93 116 167
Parris, Virgil D. of Maine

24, 28, 78
Patent Office, bill making appropriations for . 125

163
Patents, Commis’ioner of, letter from . 197
Palenis Commitee on

16
Paynter, L-muel, of Pennsylvania

28
Peck, Luiner C. of N Y. í, 28. 76.81, 114, 137

140, 159, 168, 196, 200, 202
Pennsylvania, resolutions of the Legislature
ot

138
Pensions, bill making appropriation for the

payment of Revolutionary and oiber
pensinners of the United States for the
year 1841

39, 154, 155, 158, 161
bili concerning Davy nensions and halt

pay, 47, 61, 62, 64, 70, 71, 73, 81, 229
hair ray and, to certain widows, bill to
extend the act of July 7, 1838, 156, 169

195
Permanent Prospective Pre-emption, bill 10 es.

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