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TO THE NINTH VOLUME OF THE CONGRESSION AL GLOBE.

SENATE.

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Arkansne

bill authorizing the inbabitants of trao

tional townsbip ten south, of range one
east, in the State of Arkansas, to enter
one-half section of land for school pete
poses

12, 15, 18, 41, 46
bill making appropriations for the re-

moval ot ibe raft in Red river, 18, 25 40, 68
Army, bill to equalize the pay of

46, 64
bill making appropriations for ihe sup-
port of, for the year 1841

223
bili for the organization of the company

of sappers, miners, and pontoniers 30
Arts, bill in addition to the act io promote the
useful

· 46, 48, 96, 97, 226
Bank noies, bill to tax

48, 54
remarks of Mr. Benton
Mr. Calboun

57
Mr. Clay of Alabama -
Mr. Hubbard -

57
Mr. Huntington

57
Mr. King

57, 59
Mr. Pierce

57
Mr. Sevier

67
Mr. Webster

57

54, 58

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bill to annex Cherokee territory io Coosa

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Abolition of slavery in the District of Colum.

bia, and against the admission of any new
State wbose Constitution tolerates slavery,
petitions for the -

77, 82, 137
Agriculture, Committee on

12
bills from the

82
Alabama, memorial and resolutions of Legis.
lature of

- 25, 53, 99, 124, 129
bill autborizing the settlement and pave
ment of certain claims of, 48, 53, 65, 124

127
bill to relinquish to the State of, the two

per cent. fund reserved by the act pro..
viding for her admission into the Union, 12

15, 18, 41, 46
bill to establish an additional land district
in

13, 15, 18, 41, 46
bill to amend an act entitled "An aci to

grant certain relinquished and unappro-
priated lands to the State of Alabama,
for the purpose of improving the navi.
gation of the Tennessee, Coosa, Ca.
bawba, and Black Warrior rivers,” ap-
proved May 23, 1828, and the several
acts supplementary and amendatory
thereto

48, 53
land district

156
proposition to authorize settlement of

claim for services of her militia • 226
bill for the relief of certain settlers on the

public lands, who were deprived of the
benefits of the act granting pre-emption
rights, which was approved on the 1916

of June, 1834 - 12, 15, 18, 41, 46
bill to grant other lands to the inhabitants

of townships deprived of the 16 b sec.

tion by Indian reservations, 12, 15, 18, 41, 46
bill to relinquish the reversionary interest

of tbe United States to a certain reser-

vation in the Alabama, 12, 15, 18 ,41
Alexandre, sbip, bill to refund duties collected
on

112, 114
Alexandria, D. C. bill to extend the charter
of the Bank of .

115, 117
Allen, William of Ohio, 1, 22, 77, 99, 124, 133

139, 142, 152, 181, 197, 204, 223, 236, 237
resolutions submitted by ·

23
remarks on resolation to repeal Indepen.
dent Treasury law

22
remarks on Northeastern boundary con-
troversy

92
remarks on resolution for the dismissal of

Blair and Rives as Printers to the se.
nate

236, 237
Amistad, bill authorizing the enrolment and
register of the scbooner .

90
Anderson, Alexander, of Tennessee, 14, 18, 22, 25

40, 46, 48, 63, 85, 88, 90, 94, 112, 128, 139

176, 182, 183, 194, 197, 199, 202, 219, 222
resolutions offered by

63, 197
remarks on resolution to repeal Indepen-
dent Treasury law

63
announoing the death of Hon. Felix
Grundy

22

Anderson's remarks on
Tennessee Land bill

102
resolution to go into election of Printer, 194

reduction of salaries of Federal offices, 222
Appropriations, bills, &c. for the support of the

Government in part for the year 1841, 25
for the payment of the Revolutionary and

other pensioners of ihe United States for

the year 1841 -
for the naval service for

1841, 212, 223
for the improvement of the harbors on

the Northern and Northwestern lakes 223
for certain fortificaljops of ibe United

Slates for the year 1841
for the support of the army for fibe year
1841 -

223
for the support of the Military Academy
for the year 1841

226
for the civil and diplomatic expenses of
the Government for the year 1841, 207, 216

218, 219, 220, 222, 223
for the temporary support of certain desti.
tute Kickapoo Indians

• 222
for the current and contingent expenses of

the Indian Department for ihe year
1841 -

223
for defraying the expenses of a delega-

tion of the Seminole Indians West of
the Mississippi 10 Florida

222
statement of, made during the second ses.
sion of the 26th Congress

257
Arkansas, memorial of Legislature of 19, 127
bill making appropriations for the comple.

tion of certain roads in the State of, 19
bill for the relief of citizens of, who lost

their improvemenis in consequence
of a treaty between the Choclaw ln.
dians and the United States, 12, 15, 18

41, 46,49, 54
remarks of Mr. Benton

54
remarks of Mr. Phelps

54
remarks of Mr. Sevier.

54
bill to quiet titles to certain laod elaims

in Missouri and, 12, 15, 18, 41, 46, 59
bill to sell lands heretofore appropriated

for use of schools, 18, 25, 30, 40, 46, 96, 97
bill to perfect titles to land south of As.

kapsas river, held under New Madrid
locations

19, 25, 96, 97
bill to revive the act entitled "An act to

enable claimants to lands within the li.
mits of Missouri and the Territory of
Arkansas to jostituie proceedings to
try the validity of their claims," ap-
proved the 26th of May, 1824, and an
act amending the same, extending the
provisions of said act to claimants 10
lands within the States of Louisiana

and Mississippi 18, 25, 59, 156, 160
bill 10 authorize the inhabitants of town.

ship eight north, range thiriy-two west,
in the State of Arkansas, to enter &
section of land in lieu of the sixteenth
section in said township, upon condi.
tion that ihe same is surrendered to the
United States for military purposes, 12, 15

18, 41, 46

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Bankrupt law, petitions concerniog, 12, 14, 39, 59

77, 81, 82, 85, 89, 99, 102, 107, 112, 113, 115
119, 124, 127, 129, 135, 139, 142, 146, 152
156, 165, 166, 175, 181, 197, 199, 202, 217

226
Bankrupicy, bill to establish a uniform system

ot 65, 85, 140, 143, 153, 160, 186, 208
debate on proposition to take up

· 102
remarks on by Mr. Bayard

• 144
Mr. Benton

143, 144, 153
Mr. Buchanan

144
Mr. Calhoun

144, 154, 157
Mr. Clay of Alabama, 144, 153, 154, 157
Mr. Clay of Kentacky

144
Mr. Criitenden

143, 144, 153
Mr. Henderson

154, 156
Mr. Hubbard

143, 153
Mr. Huntington

143
Mr. Merrick

144
Mr. Norvell

143, 144
Mr. Preston

144
Mr. Sevier

144, 153, 158
Mr. Smith of Connecticut

154, 160
Mr. Walker

144, 153, 154
Mr. White

144
Mr. Wright

143, 144
Banks of the District of Columbia, bill 10 ex.
tend the charters of, 30, 40, 60, 72, 103, 152

198, 202, 204, 227
Barbour, Hon. Pailip P. death of announced
by Mr. Roane

. 208
Barrow, Alexander, of Louisiana 231, 239
Bales, Isaac C. of Mssachusetts 204, 217, 232
Bayard, Richard H. of Delaware, 102, 109, 137

135, 144, 147, 191, 226, 231, 236
resolution ofered by

236
remarks on resolation to go into election
of Printer

• 191
remarks on resolution to dismiss Blair and
Rives as Printers

240, 241

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Ba ard Richard H.

remarks on bill establishing a uniform sys-
term of bankruptcy

144
Benton, Thou as H. of Missouri, 1,2, 14, 15, 25

44, 48, 54, 60, 65, 81, 85, 89, 96, 100, 102
103, 105, 107, 113, 115, 124, 126, 129, 138
139, 152, 153, 160, 165, 176, 180, 181, 186
194, 197, 202, 204, 208, 219, 222, 223, 226

238, 241, 257
resolutions submitted by, 25, 60, 82, 97, 105

129, 139, 202, 204, 223
remarks on bill for relief of citizens of

Arkansas who lost their improvements
in consequence of a treaty belween the

United States and the Choctaw Indians 54
remarks on introducing bill to lax bank
notes -

54, 58, 59
remarks on bill for the benefit of the Sel-

ma and Tennessee Railroad Company 60
remarks on the annunciation of death of

Hon. Felix Grundy
remarks on the Permanent Prospective

Pre-emption law 14, 30, 91, 95, 115
remarks on sugar and rum drawbacks, and

fishing bounties and allowances 105
remarks on bill establishing a uniform
system of bankruptcy ·

143, 144
remarks on bill incorporating banks of the
District of Columbia -

152
remarks on the resolution to go into the
election of printer

194
remarks on the bill to reorganize the judi-

dicial circuits of the United States, 214, 215
remarks on removals from office

218
remarks on resolution to dismiss Blair

and Rives as printers to the Senate, 233,241
Berrien, John Macpherson, of Georgia, 231, 232

remarks on resolution to dismiss' Blair
and Rives as printer

255
Blair and Rives.-(See Printers to the Senale.)

letter of, to Senate of the United States 256
Board of Commissioners to hear and deter.

mine claims against the United States,

bill to establish a, 13, 15, 18, 41, 60, 68, 69
remarks of Mr. Calhoun

68, 69
Mr. Henderson

68
Mr. Hubbard

68, 69
Mr. Linn

69
Mr. Mangum

68, 69
Mr. Sevier

69
Buchanan, James, of Pennsylvania, 1, 12, 14, 18

44, 59, 65, 71, 81, 82, 87, 88, 94, 104, 107
117, 124, 126, 135, 138, 139, 140, 147, 152
153, 160, 165, 175, 176, 181, 188, 194, 198
199, 202, 212, 213, 217, 218, 220, 223, 226

238, 241, 242
remarks on bill to establish pay and emo-
luments of pursers in the navy

49
remarks on commercial reciprocity 59
remarks on Northeastern boundary con-

91

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bills and resolutions from, 18, 40, 46, 48, 53

65, E2, 102, 117, 130, 137, 180, 204, 217

reports froin, 40, 65, 82, 87, 89, 146, 180
Commercial reciprocity, memoria on the sub-
ject of

59
remarks of Mr. Buchanan

59, 60
Mr. Calhoun

59
Mr. Davis

59
Mr. King

60
Mr. Koight

59
Mr. Webster

59
Committees of the Senate, appointment of 12
Contingent Expenses of the Senate, Committee
on

12
reports from

119, 222
Copy right, bill to secure to authors of drama-

tic works their interest therein . • 129
Counterfeiting, bill to prevent the counter-

feiting any foreign copper, gold, silver, or
other coin, and 10 prevent the bringing
into the United States or ultering any
counterfeit foreign copper, gold, silver, or
other coin

25, 48, 54
Crimes against the United States, bill for the
punishment of

25, 54, 85, 90, 94
Crittenden, John J. of Kentucky, 1, 30, 40, 50

53, 54, 60, 65, 83, 90, 91, 94, 102, 103
112, 114, 115, 116, 117, 137, 138, 140

152, 153, 199
remarks on bill making compensation to

New Hampshire for services of her
muitia

83
remarks on bill for establishing a perma-
neni pre-emption system

96
his amendmeni thereto

137
remarks on the bill for establishing a uni-
form system of bankruptcy

143
Cumberland road, bill to provide for the con-

tinualion of the, in the States of Ohio, In-
diana, and Illinois

208
Currituck inlet, bill to abolish port of delivery
at

. 115, 117
Cuthbert, Alfred, of Georgia, 180, 199, 218, 226
Constilution of the United States, joint resolu-

lion proposing to amend so as to limit
the Presideni of the United States to
one term

25
joint resolution, proposing to amend, so

as le limit the term of office of the
judges of the Supreme and inferior
courts of the United States

18, 41

Calhoun John C.

remarks on the permanent prospective
pre-emption bill

96
remarks on reduction of salaries of Fede-
valefficers

222
remarks on resolution to dismiss Blair
and Rives as Printers

238, 246
Canada, memorial to Congress, invoking their

interference in relation to the treatment
of American citizens by the British Go-
vernment, who were taken prisoners in
the revolt in ..

• 182
remarks of Mr. Norvell

- 182
Mr. Preston

182
Cayenne, in French Guiana, bill regulating
commercial intercourse with

112, 114
Chaplain to the Senate, election of Rev. Geo.
G. Cookman

16
Charter of the City of Washington. (See

Washington.)
Cherokee warriors, bill to provide for the a'-
lowance of invalid pensions to certain, 46, 48

197, 199
Chesapeake and Onio Canal, bill to transfer

the stock in the name of ihe United States

to the State of Maryland 15, 100, 147, 152
Choale Rufus, of Massachusetts

- 217
Choctaw Indians, bill to amend the act for the

adjusıment of claims to reservations ur-
der the treaty with

13, 15, 207
Census, bill to extend the time for taking the

sixth
Claims against the United States, (See Board

of Commissioners.)
Claims, Committee of

12
Resolutions of instruction to

25
Bills and resolutions reported from, 18, 40 46
48, 53, 65, 82, 102, 117, 130, 137

180, 204, 217
Reports from, 40, 65, 82, 87, 89, 146, 180
Clay, Clement C. of Alabama, 1, 12, 15, 18, 19

25, 29, 40, 44, 45, 48, 53, 59, 60, 77, 89
95, 100, 103, 104, 105, 107, 112, 114, 115
119, 124, 129, 133, 134, 138, 139, 152
153, 154, 156, 157, 164, 175, 180, 183
186, 191, 197, 199, 202, 204, 208, 213

220, 226, 237
resolutions submitted by, 19, 25, 44, 60, 152
remarks on bill to revive and continue the

charter of Washington · 45, 46, 60, 99
remarks on bill 10 lax bank notes 57, 58
remarks on bill for benefit of Selma and

Tennessee Railroad Company -
remarks on bill to establish a permanent
prospective pre-emplive system

115
remarks on bill to establish a uniform sys-

lim of bankruptcy 144, 153, 154, 157
remarks on Tennessee land bill - - 183
remarks on bill to reorganize judicial cir-
cuits of the United States

- 213
remarks on resolution to go into the elec-
tion of printer -

196
remarks on resolution to dismiss Blair
and Rives as Printers -

- 237
Clay, Henry of Kentucky, 1, 14, 19, 77, 83, 94

105, 107, 117, 124, 129, 131, 135, 147
163, 192, 195, 197, 199, 218, 224, 231

236, 237, 242, 248, 256
resolutions submitted by 14, 105, 107
remarks on resolution to repeal Independ-
ent Treasury -

19
remarks on bill compensating New Hamp-
shire for services of her mililia

83, 99
remarks on bill to establish a uniform sys-
tem of bankruptcy

144
remarks on our relations with Great
Britain

218
remarks on resolution to go into election
of Printer

192, 193
remarks on farewell address of Vice Pre-
sident Johnson

224
remarks on resolution to dismiss Blair
and Rives as Printers to the Senate, 236

237, 242, 248, 265
Clayton, Thomas, of Delaware, 1, 77, 102, 104

113, 135, 147, 188, 212, 232, 236, 238
remarks on resolution lo dismiss Blair and

Rives as Printers to the Senate - 236, 239
Commerce, Committee on

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40, 68

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remarks son bill establishing a uniform sys-

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tem of bankruptcy

144
remarks on bill to reorganize judicial cir-
cuits of United States -

215
remarks on resolution to go into the elec.
tion of Printer

194
remarks on our relations with Great Bri-
tain .

217
remarks on resolution io dismiss Blair
and Rives as printers

238, 241, 242

D.
Davis, John, of Massachusetts, 1, 16, 18, 30, 59
resolution submitted by -

16
remarks on commercial reciprocity 59
Debt, bill supplementary to the act lo abelish

imprisonment for, 12, 15, 40, 41, 46, 97
remarks of Mr. King

41
Mr. Norvell

41
Mr. Wall

41
Delaware, resolutions of the Legislature of the
State of

135, 188, 213
Deposite banks, bill to authorize the Secretary

of the Treasury to extend further indul-
gence to certain of the

97
Despatch, British brig, bill for the relief of the
owners of the

. 160
Detroit, bill supplementary to an act to provide

for the adjustment of titles to land in the

town of, and Territory of Michigan, 13, 15, 25
District of Columbia, Committee on .. 12

bills reported from 30, 40, 71, 115
lupatics in, bill making temporary provi-
vision for

90, 112, 114
penitentiary of the, annual report of the
board of inspectors of

129
letters testamentary to aliens, &e. in, bill
granting

46, 71, 160, 165
evidence in, bill to provide for taking, 54, 117

(See Washington, Georgetown, Alexandria.)
Dixon, Nathan F. of Rhode Island, 1, 44, 102

119, 191
remarks on the resolution to go into the
election of Printer

- 191
Drawback on foreign merchandise exported in

the original packages lo Chihuaba and

Santa Fe in Mexico • 15, 40, 60, 68
Engrossed Bills, Committee on

12

C.
Calhoun, John C. of South Carolina,? 12, 14, 16

18, 20, 28, 40, 45, 49, 50, 71, 89, 90, 91, 95
96, 100, 103, 107, 112, 114, 117, 124, 126
127, 132, 134, 135, 139, 140, 147, 163, 176

181, 199, 222, 223, 231, 232
remarks on bill to establish a uniform sys.

tem of bankruptcy, 143, 144, 154, 157
remarks on resolution to repeal Indepen-
dent Treasury law

21
remarks on bill to establish pay and emc-
Juments of porsers in the navy

49
remarks on bill to lax bank notes

57
remarks on commercial reciprocity 59
remarks on bill 10 establish a board of

commissioners to bear and determine
claims against the United Stales,

68, 69

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Judicial system of the United States, bill to
amend

71, 105
bill further supplementary to

156, 213
Judiciary, committee on

12
resolutions of instruction to, 16, 25, 60, 117
bills reported from, 40, 53, 65, 85. 104, 105

127, 139, 181
reports from

77, 127

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Equitable commissions, bill to authorize the

payment of, to the agents or attorneys of
persons in whose favor awards have been
made under three several treaties between
the United States and certain foreign pow-
ers, which awards have been retained in
the Treasury in payment of debts due to
the United States

48, 87, 181, 183
Evans, George, of Maine

181, 232
Finance, Committee on

12
Resolution of instruction to
Bills reported from, 25, 40, 87, 89, 135, 160

176, 216
Reports from

53, 89, 200
Finances, annual report on

6
of the country, reference of that part of

President's message which treals of 26
remarks of Mr. Webster

26
Mr. Wright

23, 30
Florida, memorial of people of, for admission
into the Union

137
memorial of people of, remonstrating

against ceding any portion of the Ter-
ricory to the Seminoles

· 180
bills for the reliet of Gad Humphreys and
oihers

40, 87, 90
Foreign Relations, Committee on

12
Resolutions of instruction to

60 91
Bill reported from

• 212
Reports from

- 218
Fulton, William S. of Arkansas, 1, 2. 12, 14, 15

18, 19, 25, 30, 65 96, 102, 104, 112, 127
135, 137, 139, 152, 175, 180, 181, 202, 217

223, 226, 232
resolution submitted by

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Georgia, resolutions of the Legislature of - 112

bill making compensation for services of
the Militia of

226
Georgetown, D. C. memorial of inhabitants

of, lo amend the charter so as to extend
the elective franchise

46
memorial of inhabitants of, in favor of

the re-charter of the Farmers and Me-
chanics Bank of

46
Grabam, William A. of North Caroliona 12, 59

82, 94, 97, 130, 135, 156, 180, 207
Great Britain, relations with

- 217
remarks of Mr. Buchanan

- 218
Mr. Clay of Kentucky

- 218

Hubbard, Henry

remarks on the bill to establish a uniform

sysiem of Bankruptcy 143, 144, 153
remarks on the bill to establish a Board

of Commissioners to hear and deler-
mine claims against ibe United States

68, 69
remarks on the bill making compensa-

tion for the services of the New Hamp-
shire Militia

83
remarks on the bill to incorporate the

Howard Institution of the city of
Washington

85
remarks on the resolution to go into the
election of Priater

186, 188, 190
Huntington, Jabez W. 1. 57, 69, 71, 87, 88, 97
100, 102, 107, 112, 114, 129, 140, 143, 147

175, 214, 226
remarks on bill to tax bank rotes - 57
remarks on bill to establish a uniform
system of bankruptcy -

143
remarks on the resolution to go into the
election of printer

186
remarks on the resolution to dismiss
Blair and Rives as printers

• 243

I.
Hilinois, resolutions and memorials of the Le-
gislature of

112, 156
Imprisonment for debt, bill sunplementary in

an act to abolish 12, 15, 40, 41, 46, 97
remarks of Mr. King

41
Mr. N rvell

41
Mr. Wall

41
Independent Treasury. (See Treasury.)
Iadian Affairs, Committee on.

12
resolution of instruction to

. 60
bills reported from 40, 48, 53, 54, 59, 65

115, 213
reports from.

77, 127
Indiana, resolutions and memorials of the Le.

gislature of · 81, 119, 129, 130, 181, 199
bill to regulate land offices in 14, 18, 102
bill to confirm to the State of, the land

selected by her for that portion of
the Wabash and Erie canal which
lies between the mouth of the Tippeca-
noe river and Terre Haute, and for
olber purposes

69, 72, 77, 81
remarks of Mr. T'appan

69, 72
remarks of Mr. Smith of Indiana

70, 72
laterference in elections by Federal office
holders, bill to prevent

199
lowa, memorials from Legislature of 59, 77, 83

bill authorizing the Legislative Council to

extend the juridiction of justices of the
peace

82, 199
bill granting to the couniy of Juhnson the

right of pre-emption to a tract of
land

198, 199
bill granting the right of pre-emption to

setilers upon the Dubuque claim - 207
bill to aid the Territory in completing the
penitentiary

- 139

J.
Jesup, Major General, report of the Committee

of Military Affairs on the memorial of - 225
Johnson, Richard M. Vice President of the

U. S. and President of the Senate 24
Address on taking leave of the Senate 224
remarks of Mr. Mangum

924
Mr. Clay of Kentucky

224
Judges of the supreme and inferior courts of

the United States, proposition to limit
the tenure of office

18,41
Judicial circuits of the United States, bill to
reorganize

213, 214, 215, 216
remarks of Mr. Benton

214, 215
Mr. Buchanan

- 215
Mr. Clay of Alabama,

213, 214
Mr. Clayton

• 214
Mr. Graham

- 214
Mr. Huntington

• 215
Mr. King

- 214
Mr. Mangum

- 214
Mr. Rives

215
Mr. Roane

213, 214
Mr. Sevier

- 214
Mr. Smith of Indiana

213
Mr. Walker

215

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Kentucky, resolutions of Legislature of 124
Ker, John Leeds of Maryland

97, 194
remarks of on resolution to go into the
election of printer

194
King, William R. of Alabama, 1, 25, 30, 40, 41

48, 53, 71, 77, 82, 87, 88, 100, 102, 103
107, 112, 114, 115, 119, 124, 131, 135, 140
147, 160, 164, 165, 175, 181, 199, 202, 207

208, 218, 223, 231, 245, 247, 248 257
remarks on bill to lax bank notes,

57, 59
remarks on bill to cause monuments to be

erected to the memory of Generals
Nash ard Davidson -

• 207
remarks on appropriations for harbors - 208
remarks on bill to reorganize judicial cir-
cuits of the United States

· 214
elected Presideni pro tem. of the Senate,

and remarks on taking the chair 225
chosen Presideat pro tem. of the Senale · 231
thanks of the Senate voted to

- 236
remarks on resolution to dismiss Blair
and Rives as Printers to the Senate, 245

247, 248, 257
Knight, Nehemiah R. of Rhode Island, 1. 29, 59
71, 107, 112, 119, 133, 140, 146, 159, 165

208, 216, 222, 223
remarks on commercial reciprocity 59
Lakes-(see harbors)
Lakes and lake coasts, bill authorizing sur.

112, 114
Lands---(see Public Lands)
Land Office, communications from the Com.
missioner of the General

89
Leighton, Hannah, bill granting a pension to, 49

50, 51, 54
remarks by Mr. Buchanan

51
Mr. Calhoun

50
Mr. Critienden

50
Mr. King

49
Mr. Pierce

49, 50
Mr. Webster

- 50
Library, Committee on

12
bills reported from

• 181
reports from

: 77
Library of Congress, joint resolution to pre-

sent to universities and incorporated
colleges copies of the catalogue of

87
Light-houses and light-boats, bill to authorize

the erection of, and the establishment of

cerlaja buoys and beacon lights, 12, 15, 71, 197
Linn, Lewis F. of Missouri, 1, 13, 25' 30, 40

44, 46, 48, 59, 65, 69, 71, 77, 81, 82, 84
85 87, 89, 90, 94, 97, 115, 119, 126, 129
139, 146, 159, 175, 176, 180, 181, 191

197, 198, 202, 204, 217, 217, 220, 222, 223
resolutions offered by, 25, 82, 152, 180, 197
remarks on the bill to establish a board of

commiisioners to hear and determine

claims against the United States 69
remarks on joint resolution for settlement

and occupation of Oregon 89, 90, 100
remarks on mineral lands of the United
States

119
Lumpkin, Wilson, of Georgia, 1, 2, 13, 15, 48

54, 59, 65, 102, 112, 114, 126, 140, 222
resolution submitted by

2
remarks on prospective pre-emption bill, 127

M.
McRoberts, Samuel, of Illinois

232
Maine, resolutions of Legislature of . . 185

bill making compensation for services of
ber militia,

18, 65, 77, 83, 226
and New Hampshire, making turiher pro-

vision for running the boundary line

between the British provinces and · 202
Mangum, Willie P. of North Carolina, 1, 12, 44
59, 69, 77, 89, 90, 95, 100, 126, 134, 186

191, 192, 197, 214, 224, 226, 231, 232

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Half pay and pensions to certain widows, till
to extend the act granting

197, 226
Harbors on the Lakes, bill for the improve.
ment of certaio

30, 40
Harrison, William Henry, election of as Pre-
sident of the United States

- 160
bis Inaugural Address

- 232
Hemp, American water rotted 107, 180, 183
Henderson, John, of Missi-sippi 1, 19, 44, 48. 59
63, 85, 104, 107, 113, 114, 117, 152, 156, 463

199, 207, 216, 219, 222, 226
remarks on bill to establish a uniform sys-
tem of bankrupicy

156
remarks' on resolution to go into the elec-
tion of printer

190
remarks on resolution to dismiss Blair and

Rives as Printers of the Senate - 245
Horses and other property lost in the military

service of the United States, bill making
compensation for

175, 197
Howard Institution of the city of Washington,
bill to incorporate

85, 87
remarks of Mr. Hubbard
Mr. Merrick

85
Mr. Sevier.

85, 86
Mr. Tappan

85
Mr. Walker

85
Hubbard, Henry, of New Hampshire, 1, 6, 15, 18

19, 29, 40, 44, 45, 48, 49, 59, 65, 77, 82
83, 85 87, 88, 89, 90, 96, 97, 102, 103, 117
126, 130, 135, 137, 138, 143, 146, 147, 152
153, 156, 159, 163, 180, 186, 188, 197, 204

207, 208, 216, 217, 220, 222, 223
re olutions offered by 18, 25, 117, 180
jemarks on the charter of the city of
Washington, -

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Mangom, Willie P.
resolu'ion submitted by

236
remarks on ihe resolution to go into elec.
tiin of Prinser

191, 192
remarks on 'he bill to reorganize the jud -

cial circuits of the United Stales 214
remarks on ihe resolution for the dismis.

sal of Blair and Rives as Printers to the
Senate

238, 257
Manufactures, Committee on

12
Massachusetts, resolutions of Legislature of . 204
Merrick, William D. of Marylind, 1, 11, 13, 14

15, 19, 25, 30, 44, 48, 60, 71. 85, 89 97
100, 103, 104, 112, 113, 114, 115, 126, 127

142, 147, 160, 175, 198, 202, 204, 226
resolutions submitted by · 11, 25, 117
remarks on bill to revive and continue in

force the charter of Washington 45
remarks on bill to incorporate the How-

ard Institution of the city of Washing-
ton

45
remarks on bill to esłablish a uniform sys-
tem of bankruptcy

144
remarks on resolution to go into the elec-
tiou of Printer

192
remarks on announcing the death of Hon.
John 8. Spence

11
Michigan, resolations of the Legislature of, 135

137, 175
bill to create an additional land office in, 12

15, 18, 41, 71, 72
remarks of Mr. Norvell

71
Mr. Porter
bill for the relief of certain companies of
militia of

25, 65
bill granting to said State a quantity of

land to aid in constructing a canal

around the Falls of Ste Marie, 12, 15, 18,41
Military Academy bill for the support of for
the year 1841

226
Military Affairs, Committee on

12
resolutions of instruction to, 16, 82, 124, 152
bills from

65, 71, 119, 156, 180
reports from

182, 222, 225
Military bounty land warrants, bill to satisfy
outstanding

107, 112
Virginia, bill to extend time of locating, 133

202
, on

12
Militia of the United States, report of the ad
julant General on

. 131
Miller, Jacob W. of New Jersey

232
Mineral lands of the United States, report of

Agent of United States lead mines 119
remarks of Mr. Walker .

119
Mr. Linn

119
Mississippi, bill to relinquish to ber the 2 per
cent. fund

65, 82, 113, 115
bill to confirm the survey and location of

claims for Jaads in the State of, east of
Pearl river and south of the 31st degree

of north lavitude . 19, 65, 105, 107
river, map of the country west of

180
Missouri, communication from Governor of,

transmituing copy of a law or selle:

ment of the boundary with lowa 81
bill 10 Coolinne in force the act for the
fraal adju.tment of land claims in,

13, 30

46, 48, 90
volunteers, bill for the relief of, 13,25 70 156
bill to create new land district in, 30 44 65

208, 216
Mobile, bill for the relief of the corporate Ave
thorities of

25, 30, 65, 66
bili mahing additional appropriations for

completing the improvements in the
harbor.

53
Moorehead, James T. of Kentucky

232
Mouton, Alexander, of Louisiana, 24, 30, 53 54
85, 104, 107, 133, 135, 142, 152, 186, 231

N.
Naval Affairs, committee on .

12
resolution of instruction to

146
bili repor'ed rom

40. 71 87 115
repor's from

53, 71, 115 202
Navy Depariment, commodications in m 14. 77

81, 117, 133, 181, 217
resolutions of instruction to 77, 119, 146

Navy Pension, bill making new provisions re•

speciing, and makiig further provisions
in relation to navy pensioneis, 40, 49 197

226
remarks of Mr. Calhoun

49
Mr Williams.

49
Mr. Wright

49
Navy Pursers in, bill establishing the pay and
emolamen's of

18, 25, 49
remarks of Mr. Buchanan

49
Mr. Hubbard.

49
Mr. Williams .

49
New Hampshire resolution of Legislature of, 204

bill making compensation ir, for ser.

vices of ber militia 19, 71, 77, 82, 112
remarks of Mr. Clay of Kentucky

83
Mr. Crittenden

82
Mr. Hubbard .

83
Mr. Perce
Nicholas, Robert of Louisiana, 39, 48, 59, 65, 71

77, 85, 87, 119, 160, 175, 180, 181, 182
resolations offered by

182
Nicholas, A. O. P. of Tennessee

94, 183
remarks on the Tennessee land bill

183
Northeastern boundary, resolutions on 91, 92
remarks of Mr. Allen

92
Mr. Buchanan

91
Mr. Clay of Kentucky

92
Mr. Crittender

91
Mr. Preston

91
Mr. Walker.

91, 92
Mr. Webster.

91
Norvell, John, of Michigan - 1, 12, 14, 15, 18, 30

41. 46, 59, 77, 82, 95, 100, 103, 104, 112
119, 124, 129, 130, 135, 144, 146. 151, 156
164, 165, 180, 182, 186, 194, 197, 217, 223

225, 226
resolutions submitted by 60, 82, 119, 180
remarks on the bill to continue the charter

of the city of Washington 45, 46, 53
remarks on the bill to establish an addi.
tional land office Michigan

71
remarks on the bill to establish a uniform
system of bankruptcy

144
remarks on the memorial ia behalf of

American citizens captured in Canada
while assisting the Patriots

182
remarks on the resolation to go into the
election of Printer

193, 194

O.
Oregon Territory, joint resolution for the occu-
pation and settlement of · 71, 89, 90, 100

P.
Patents and the Patent Office, Committee on . 12
bills reported from ".

48, 89, 226
reports from .

225
Patent Office, report of the Commissioner,
showing the operations of, for the past

139, 212
will making a small appropriation for 81, 85

90, 112
Pennsylvania, resolutions of the Legisla ure 135

remar' s of Mr. Stuigeun on presenting · 135
Pensions, Cimmittee on

12
resolutions of instruction to . 18, 82, 117, 129

139. 156
bills reported from . 30 87.96 100 1'3, 180

· 71 87, 96 100, 115, 160
Permanent Prospective Pr - piron lui hill

10 establish. 12, 14 40 70, 77 83 86, 88
90. 96, 97 100 103, '05, 107, 112 114
115, 117, 124, 126, 127, 129, 131 131, 135

137 138
remarks of Mr. Beaton - 14, 30, 91, 95, 96, 115

Mr Calhoun .
Mr. Clay of Alabama

112 115
Mr. Crillenden 90, 91, 95, 96 115
Mr. Lirn

91, 95
Mr. Lumpkin

126
Mr. Criteoden's amendment

137
Mr. Young': (M1. Calhoun's)

137
Y as and nas on propositions crinneriel
herewith

112, 144 116. 138
Phelps, 8.muel S. of Varmon', 24, 48, 54 59 65

+4,96 97 99, 133 147, 197, 217, 218, 219
remarks on buitor the relier of civiz-18
of Arkansas, who lost their improve.
ment in consequence of the Choctaw
treaty

54

Pierce, Franklin, of New Hampshire, 1 16, 18. 3.

39 46 49 50 65 71 77, 84. 96 97 100
105, 112, 115, 129, 133 138. 152 156, 166

165, 176, 201, 225, 231
resolutions submitted by .

129
remarks on the lililo tax bank notes 51
Porter, Aogn-tus S af Michigan, 1, 13. 15 39. 41
59, 77, 82, 88 89 94, 112 115 127, 129

137, 138, 152, 164, 175, 223, 226
resolutions offered by

89
remarks on the bill to establish an addi.
lional land (ffice in Michigan

71
Post Office and Post Roads, Committee on

resolutions of instruction 10, 44, 129, 139, 197
bills from

59, 65, 71, 139, 181 216
reports from

65, 113, 223
Prentiss, Samuel, of Vermont, 1, 13, 15, 25, 3.

39. 46, 48, 53, 77, 82 87. 88, 90 100. 119
113, 115, 140, 165, 180, 191, 199, 202, 221

226
resolutions submitted by .

160
remarks on the resolution to go into the
election of Printer

191
remarks on the resolution to dismiss Blair

and Rives as Printers to the Senate .237
President of the United States, annual mes.

resolutions calling upon him for informa-
tion

16, 46
communications from, 84, 87, 96, 113, 129

133, 139, 156, 165, 226
joint resolutions limiung the eligibility of
to one term

25
William Henry Harison elected : 160

Inaugural address of
Preston William C. of South Carolina, 14. 18, 30

40, 41, 45, 59, 88, 90, 91. 97, 121, 129, 133
137, 140, 144, 152, 156, 159, 160, 165, 175
176, 181, 182, 193, 199, 213, 218, 220, 222

223 226, 249, 256, 257
resolutions submited by 129, 137, 213
remarks on the bill to continue in force
the charter of Washington

45
remarks on the bill 10 esiablish a uniform
system of bankrupicy

144
remarks on the national defences · 175
remarks on the memorial in behalf of

American citizens taken prisoners

while assisting Canadian Patriots 192
remarks on the resolution to go into the

election of Prin'er
remarks on the resolution to dismiss Blair
and Rives as Printers to the Senate, 249

256, 257
Printer to the Senate, resolution to go into the
electiou of

180, 186, 188
remarks of Mr. Anderson
Mr. Benton

. 194
Mr. Buchanan.

. 194
Mr. Clay of Alabama

. 191
Mr. Clay of Kentucky

192, 193
Mr. Dicon

. 191
Mr. Henderson

190
Mr. Hubbard

196 188
Mr. Hunii gion

166, 190
Mr Kir
Mr. Linn

· 191
Mr. Mangum

191, 192
Mr. Merrick

192
Mr. Norvell

193, 194
Mr. Pes on

· 193
Mr. Sevier

190, 191, 192
yeas and navs on adopting

195
Blair and Riv-selected

197
resolution to dismiss

236, at sa
remarks of Mr. Allen

236, 237
Mr. Bayard

240, 241
Mr. Benion

238, 241
Mr. Ber ien

255
Mr. Buchanan

238, 241, 248
Mr. Calhoun

238. 246
Mr. Clay of Alabama

. 237
Mr. Clay of Kentucky, 236, 237 212

248, 256
Mr. Clayton

236, 28
Mr Henderson

245
Mr. Huntington

· 243
Mr. King . 245, 247, 248, 257

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