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Page Militia, pensions for wounds, and half pay to widows and orphans 20, 247 provision for the pay of those called into service

59, 142 of Missouri and Indiana, certain companies to be paid for services in 1832

149 appropriations for camp equipage for, &c.

158 officers of Post Office establishment exempt from militia duty

170 officers of the army may temporarily discharge duties of paymasters to

233 further provision for settling claims of States on account of the service of

254 Military road along frontiers of Missouri and Arkansas, established 144 Military posts along frontiers of Missouri and Arkansas, established 144 Military establishment. See Army. Military Academy, appropriations for

150 Military stores, accoutrements, and camp equipage, appropriations for

157 Miles John, pension granted him

127 Milwankee land district established

83 Milwaukee river, survey mouth of

251 Mint, appropriations for

38, 227 Mineral Point, in Wisconsin, town to be laid off

148 Miscellaneous claims, appropriations for

41 Missionaries, pay for improvements of

152 Missouri State, western boundary extended to Missouri river

60 Missouri river. improve navigation of

146 Missourias Indians, annuity to

70 Mississippi river, improve navigation to New Orleans

146 improve above mouth of Ohio

146 improve to New Orleans, arrears

147 deepen mouth of

251 near city of St. Louis, change current of

251 Mississippi State, five per cent of proceed of Chickasaw lands to be paid to

231 Mitchell Wm., money paid for patent refunded

82 Monro Jemima, seven years' half pay of her father paid her

209 Moore James, his heirs allowed seven years' halt pay

198 Moore Daniel, and Stokes & Stockton, provisions for settlement of their account

201 Morgan Gideon, Col., pension granted him

54 appropriation for arrears of pension to

156 Morgan General, renew gold medal presented to

143 Vullings James, pension granted him

111 Munsee Indians, appropriation for

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Nashville and New Orleans Rail-road, construct through the pub

lic lands Nash Ira, paid for Indian depredations Navy Department, bours of business in

appropriations for naval service in 1836

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Navy, appropriation for steam ship
Navy Yards, appropriations for repairs of, at Portsmouth

at Charlestown
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Washington
Norfolk

Pensacola
at Pensacola, appropriations for wharves, dock,

magazine, and other improvements
Officers, to be paid for surveys of coast and harbors
Hospitals, appropriations for

Magazines, appropriations for
Neptune and Fox, privateers, owners paid for prisoners of war
New York Indians, appropriation for
New York, relief granted to sufferers by fire in

appropriation for custom-house at
New Brunswick, improve harbor of
New Bedford, appropriation for custom-house at

remove wreck in harbor of
Newport, in Kentucky, appropriation for storehouses at
Newcastle, continue to improve harbor of
New Orleans and Nashville Rail-road, construct through public

lands
New River, N. C., remove oyster shoal in
Newman Henry, error in liis land patent corrected
Neville Morgan, medal presented to General Morgan, to be

renewed and presented to
Nicholas Edward, arrears of pension granted hiin
North river, New York (Hudson), continue improvements of
North Carolina, arsenal established in
North and South Hero, decpen channel between islands of
Norwich, Connecticut, deepen channel leading into harbor of

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Oak Orchard creek, improve harhor at mouth of

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Ocracoke inlet, remove obstructions at

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Officers of the customs, suspend prohibition against increase of · 22, 231
Offices created, salaries increased, &c. annual account of to be
published

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O'Hara James, certificates for lanä to issue to executors of

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O'Sullivan Mary, her claim tɔ be adjusted and paid

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Ohio and Michigan, appropriation for taking observations to settle

boundary of
boundary between established

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Chio river, in prove between Pittsburg and the falls

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improve from Louisville to New Orleans

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improve from Pittsburg to New Orleans, arrears

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Oliver William, university of Michigan may convey land to

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Omahas Indians, appropriation for

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Ordnance office, clerks to be employed in
Ordnance service, appropriation for
Ordnance and Ordnance stores, appropriation for
Osage Indians, annuities to
Oswego, improve harbor of
Ottawa Indians, annuities to
Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, effect given to treaty of March

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Ottoes and Missourias Indians, annuity to
Owlshead harbor, survey ledge near

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Pacific ocean, exploring expedition to be sent into the
Page Ephraim, pension granted him
Paintings for the rotundo of the Capitol, to be provided
Pamtico river, remove shoal in
Parkerson Lieut. James, seven years' half pay granted his heirs
Parkhurst Benjamin, pension granted him
Patents, granted to James Barron, renewed
Patents for lands, secretary to be appointed to sign
Patents for useful inventions, revision of acts for the granting of,

Commissioner of Patents appointed, Patent Office created

and organized, &c.

provision for extension of
Patent Office, library to be provided for the
Patent Office, building to be erected for the
Patent right, Tucker and Judge paid for use by U. S. of

purchase Captain Bell's
Pattie William, pension granted him
Pay of militia and volunteers fixed
Pay of sundry public officers. See Compenstion.
Paymasters, appoint three additional

provision for temporary appointment of
Pawling Col. Albert, benefit of pension act of 1828 granted to
Pawnee Indians, appropriations for
Penalties--see fines, &c.
Penitentiary, District of Columbia, appropriations for support of -
Penny posts, provision respecting the employment of
Pensacola, improvements in navy yard at
Pensions, appropriations for paying

Bank of the United States to cease paying, Secretary of

War to provide for payment of
Pensions to wounded and disabled militia and volunteers in

Florida, provided
to widows of revolutionary officers, soldiers, marines,

and spies, granted in certain cases
to widows and orphans of militia and volunteers in

Florida, provided

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Page Pensions, widows and orphans of militia, sea fencibles, rangers and volunteers, entitieù io iive years' irail-pay

246 not to be withheld by reason of indebtedness to U. S.

56 revolutionary, cannot be pledged or disposed of in any way

247 Pensions, granted to

Benedict Alford and Robert Brush
Jesse Sykes

50 Enoch Blaisdell, Jared Buckingham, Beverly Roy, Par

sons Smith, Josiah H. Brown, Isaac Carter, James
Calvin, James B. Folsom

53 Israel Ingalls, Col. Gideon Morgan

54, 156 Peter Doxtater and Jacob Weaver

55 Orris Gay

88 Stephen Bohannan, Gaius Hitchcock, John A. Rodgers, and Leslie Combs

91 Samuel Hunt, John Pickard, Richard Martin, Peter Dimick

109 John Smith, Peter Cook, George Elliot

110 John Bennett, Samuel Cole, James Stevens, James Mullings

111 Stephen Tailmage, John Collins, Francis St. Cyr, Luke Voorbise

112 Theo. E. Beekman, Wm. Hewes, Henry Keefer, Francis Bashford

115 Bernard Pompilly, Elisha Lucas, James Whitset, Jacob Stewart, Thaddeus Tuttle

116 James Steel, Davis Hunt

117 Col. Wm. Lawrence, James Taylor, John Dal

118 Peter L. Allen, John Logan, John Conkin, Thaddens Potter

119 Wm. Foxworthy, Ephraim F. Gilbert, Godfrey Vought, John Lent

120 Patrick McEwen, Charles Blake, Walter Dyer, Jeremiah Goldsmith

121 Joseph Tuttle, Mathias Traverse, Joseph Danforth, Jacob Wallace

122 Jonathan Dow, James Scott, Richard Severson, Lot Leonard, John Boone

123 Ebenezer Dewey, Benjamin Parkhurst, Daniel Havens, Jonas Comins

124 Isacc Ruland, Job Daniels, Daniel Trabue, Benjamin Coit.

125 Robert Smith, John Daw, Andrew Gray

126 Samuel M. Asbury, John Miles, Josiah Curtis, Wm.. Pattie

127 John Scott, Travis Fritters, Balaam Bowers, Singleton Ketcham

128 Micajah Ricketts and Henry Maggart

129 William Warden, George White

130 Daniel Cobb, Daniel Granger, Jonathan Flint

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Pensions, granted to

Alpheus Hutchins
Larned Swallow, Ephraim Page
Coleman A. Collier, John Baptiste Janis

General Eleazer W. Ripley
Pensions, arrears of, granted to--

Edward Nicholas
Daughter of Lieutenant Richard Wilde
Widow of Samuel Gibbs
Heirs of Richard Anderson
Widow of Oliver Harris
John Herrick
George Fields
Widow of Charles Swain
Children of Elijah Green
Widow of John Lambkin
Jonathan Flint
Colonel Gideon Morgan

Widow of Peter Smith
Pensions, increase of, granted to

Origen Eaton
Jacob Slough
Thomas Harrison
Carėy Clarke
Daniel Stoddart
Jonathan Elkins
Samuel Kincaid

George Fields
Pensions to widows and orphans granted to-

Amy Wilson, Elizabeth Mays
Ann Evans,
Ellen A. Schmuck

Mary J. Babbitt
Pension Office, clerks to be employed in
Pension act of 1928 extended to Col. Albert Pawling
Pension agencies established at Wheeling, in Virginia

at Pulaski, in Tennessee
Peorias Indians, annuities to
Peru, in Wisconsin, town of, laid off
Phillips Ebenezer and others, bounty on fishing voyage paid to
Piankeshaw Indians, annuities to
Pickard John, pension granted him
Pierce John and Daniel Van Voorhis, paid for extra work under a

contract
Pitcher Jonathan, allowance made him as Indian agent
Plattsburg, construct breakwater in harbor of
Platt Nathaniel, paid for provisions furnished troops and damage

done property
Plunkett James, his heirs paid for a horse
Plymouth Beach, continue works to preserve
Pollard William, title to land confirmed to heirs -

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