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Page Pollock John, paid for property taken for public use

13 Pompilly Bernard, pension granted him

116 Portland harbor, Lake Erie, improve

249 Portland harbor, Maine, erect breakwater on Sandford's ledge in 246 Portugal, suspend discriminating duties on goods imported in vessels of

244 Post Office Department, reorganized, Auditor appointed to settle

accounts, Third Assistant Postmaster
General, &c

160 postmasters whose fees exceed $1,000 to

be appointed by the President and
Senate

170 provision respecting letter carriers

171 mails may be carried on canals

172 hours of business in the

227 additional appropriations for salaries of - 229 Postmasters, various provisions in relation to duties of, appointment of, &c.

160 Post roads, established and altered

173 discontinued

196 from Fort Towson along frontiers of Arkansas and Missouri to Dubuque on the Mississippi river

253 Pottawatamie Indians, appropriations for

65, 66, 78 expenses of delegation of

78 appropriation to carry into effect treaties

recently concluded with certain bands of 150

treaties with various bands of [App.) 57, 59, 61, 73,75 Potter Thaddeus,.pension granted him

119 Potomac bridge, repair of

255 protection of, and attendance at draws

256 Powers Hiram, purchase fountain from

230 Presque Isle harbor, improve

145, 146 President and Vice President, appropriation for bearers of electoral votes for

42 President's house, appropriations for alterations and repairs, grounds, walks, &c.

229 wall between public offices and the

230 Prindle Martin, paid for horse and sleigh lost in service

212 Privateers Neptune and Fox, owners paid for certain prisoners of war

206 Prize money, voted to Col. Lawrence, and others, reappropriated

42 due Lieut. Rudd and S. Stout reappropriated

210 Provincetown harbor, preserve beach of

145 Public money, the deposite of in State bauks regulated

91 supplement to the act to regulate the deposite of 231 Public grounds, appropriations for

229, 230 Public offices, hours of business in

227 Public buildings, appropriations for alterations and repairs

229 a Treasury building to be erected

230 a Patent Office to be erected

230 Pulaski, Tennessee, establish pension agency at

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Putnam Perley, allowed commission on public money

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Quapaw Indians, appropriations for
Quartermaster General's Office, clerks to be employed in
Quartermaster General, his office to be filled in his absence

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Rail-road iron, spikes, pins, and chain not considered as
Rail-roads may be constructed through public land in Springfiela,

Massachusetts
Nashville and New Orleans, construct through public

lands
Lexington and Ohio company, duties on iron refund..

ed to
Rainsford island, Boston harbor, preserve
Raisin river, continue works at harbor, near mouth of
Rangers, five years' half pay to widows and orphans of officers of
Rathbone William P., his accounts as paymaster and contractor

to be adjusted
Rations, suffering inbabitants of Florida to be furnished with
Raritan river, remove obstructions in
Receivers of land offices to make monthly returns
Red river, improve navigation of

construct boat within limits of old raft
Red-lick Thomas F., land confirmed to his representatives
Registers of land offices giving false information, and refusing

entries, penalty
Relfe James H., paid for bringing report on land claims to seat of

Government
Revolutionary claims, acts for settlement and payment of, viz:

Nancy Haggard, seven years' half pay
heirs of Lieut. Robert Jouett. commutation
heirs of Doct. Absalom Baird
children of Gen. James Moore, seven years'

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half pay

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children of Col. John Haslett, seven years

half pay

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children of Licut. James Parkerson, seven

years' half pay
heirs of Capt. Thornton Taylor, commuta-

tion
heirs of Capt. David Hopkins, commuta-

tion

heirs of Capt. George Hurlbut, interest
Revenue cutters, compensation of officers of
Revenue, deposite of, in banks regulated

surplus, to be deposited to credit of the States
supplement to act to regulate deposite of surplus

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Richardson Henry, marine, money duc him paid his heirs
Ricketts Micajah, pension granted him .
Ripley General, appropriation for medal for

pension granted him
Rivers and harbors, appropriations for improvement of (old works)

appropriations for improvement of(new works)
Roads, rail. See Rail-roads.
Roads, in Florida, Russ and Roach paid for repairing

through public land at Chelsea, Massachusetts, company

authorized to make
military, from Mississippi river along western frontier of

Missouri and Arkansas to Red river, and military posts

established thereon, appropriation for
Cumberland, in Ohio, appropriation for

in Indiana, appropriation for

in Illinois, appropriation for
Roads, post, established, altered, and discontinued

established along the westeru frontier of Arkansas

and Missouri
Roach Stephen, J. and Joseph Russ, paid for repairing road in

Florida
Robertson James, certain additional duties refunded to
Robertson Elizabeth, daughter of Licut. Wilde, arrears of pension

granted her
Rodgers John A., pension granted him
Rolls Sally, arrears of her father's pension paid her
Romero Antonio, and others, land granted them
Rotundo of the Capitol, paintings to be provided for the
Roy Beverly, pension granted him
Rudd Lieut. John, prize money to be paid him
Ruff Samuel W., to be paid as full surgeon, not as assistant
Ruland Isaac, pension granted him
Russ Joseph and Stephen J. Roach, paid for repairing road in

Florida

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Sackett's harbor, Tupper's due bills on account of barracks at,

to be adjusted -
Sac Indians, appropriations for the various tribes of
Saginaw land district established
Saint Cyr Francis F., pension granted him
Salaries increased, statement of, to be annually published
Salaries, granted or fixed. See Compensation.
Salmon river, improve harbor, at mouth of
Sandford's ledge, Portland harbor, erect breakwater on
Santie and Yancton Indians, appropriation for
Sandy bay, Massachusetts, construct breakwater at
Sartain Joel, paid for a horse lost in service
Saunders John and Perley Putnam, allowed commission on dis-

bursing public money

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Saybrook, improve harbor of

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Schmuck Ellen A., five years half pay of her late husband grant-
ed her

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Scott James, pension granted him

123
Scott John, pension granted him

128
Sea fencibles, five years' half pay to widows and orphans of

246
Searen, appropriation for sick and disabled

40, 41
Seawell Lieut. Washington, to be credited for money lost by ac-
cident

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Secretary of Senate, to publish list of appropriations, offices cre-
ated, &c.

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Segura Antonio and others, certain lands granted then

204
Semoice, Creek Indian, grant in lieu of reservation

218
Seminary of learning, James Smithson's legacy, to found

218
Seminole Indians, appropriation to repress hostilities of 3, 4, 21, 32, 142

provisions for militia and volunteers serving
against

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appropriations for annuities payable to

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appropriation for removal of .

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no money to be paid to those engaged in hos-
tilities, &c.

156
Seneca Indians, appropriations for

63, 73, 77
expense of delegations of

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certain moneys to be invested for benefit of

79
Severson Richard, pension granted him -

123
Shawnee Indians, annuities to

73, 77
certain moneys to be invested for benefit of

79
Shaver Nathaniel, deficiency in grant made good

214
Shenandoah Bridge Company: may construct bridge on United
States land

139
Shoemaker Jacob, drawback of duties paid his widow

223
Sigler Capt. D., his company of militia to be paid

149
Silver and gold only, a legal tender

24
Simmons Elijah, claim to land confirmed and to be located

217
Sinking fund, duties of commissioners suspended, Secretary of
the Treasury to act

231
Sioux Indians, appropriations for

68
Six Nations of Indians, annuities to

63
Slough Jacob, pension increased

89
Small Archibald, muy correct error in entry of land

106
Smith's spring, appropriation for purchase of

230
Smith Samuel, Indian grant in lieu of reservation

218
Smith Peter, arrears of pension paid his widow -

202
Smith Robert, pension granted him

126
Smith John, pension granted him

110
Smith Daniel, land granted to him

104
Smith Jacob, (Indian trader,) lands granted to his children, half-
breed Indians

102
Smith Jesse and others, holders of Tupper's due bills, their claims
adjusted

80
Smith Parsons, pension granted him

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Smithson James, of England, his legacy to found a seminary of

learning accepted, &c.
Sodus bay, Big, improvement of -
Solicitor of the Land office to be appointec
Sorin Joseph, alias Larochelle, his claim to land confirmed
Sothoron James F., paid for property destroyed in the late war
South seas, exploring expedition to be sent into the
Southport, Connecticut, secure public works at -
Spain, provision for carrying into effect late convention with
Spaulding Ebenezer, money paid for patent refunded
Springfield, Massachusetts, rail-road may be constructed through

United States land at -
Spring, appropriation to purchase Smith's
Standard of weights and measures, each State furnished with a
State Department, hours of business in the
State papers, further appropriation for reprint of -

further distribution of
States, surplus revenue to be deposited to credit of

further provision for settling militia claims of Staten Island, appropriation for public buildings on

build ice-breaker on
Stevens James, pension granted him
Steam ship, appropriation for
Steel James, pension granted him
Stewart Jacob, pension granted him
Stickney Benjamin F., Indian agent, paid for military services
Stiles John S., paid for navy bread
Stetson Abner, paid for services as express
Stoddard Daniel, an additional pension granted him
Stoddard Henry, an Indian grant of land confirmed to
Stokes and Stockton, solicitor of the Treasury to settle their ac-

count as mail contractors
Stone Benjamin F., fine imposed on, remitted
Stout Samuel, prize money voted him
St. Marys and St. Johns, complete inland channel between
St. Augustine, repair fort and sea-wall at
St. Cyr Francis F., pension granted him
St. Louis, erect pier in harbor of
St. Josephs river, Michigan, construct pier or breakwater at

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Subsistence Department, clerks allowed to Indian Bureau in
Subsistence, money transferred to credit of account of
Sumpter Henry, correct errror in entry of land
Surveyors of public lands, authorized to employ clerks
Survey of coast, appropriation for

pay naval officers for Sureties, relief granted to

Henry Darling, surety of John Phillips
Nicholas Kern, his sureties released
Gabriel W. Denton's sureties

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