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Capitol, appropriations for alterations and repairs for the walks
and grounds, for enlarging the square, &c.

229, 230
appropriation for water for the

230
appropriation for workshop near

230
paintings to be provided for the rotundo of the

255
Cape Fear river, continue to improve below Wilmington

146
Carmouche Narcisse, her claim to land not confirmed

244
Carera M. de la, confirmed in claim to land

211
Carter Isaac, pension granted him

53
Castle island, preservation of

156
Cathcart James L., an additional sum to be paid him

204
Catlett Charles J., paid for tobacco destroyed in late war

212
Cattaraugus creek, improve harbor at mouth of -

249
Caulfield James, authorized to enter Peggy Bailey's reservation
of land

104
Certificates, revolutionary debt, appropriation to pay

41
Certificates to accompany wines, repeal act requiring

252
Cedar point, Connecticut, secure beach at

249
Chase Parker, pension granted him
Cherokee Indians, east and west, appropriations for annuities to - 76, 77
appropriation for Ross delegation of .

78
appropriations to carry into effect treaty of
December 29, 1835, with

152
treaty of December 29, 1835, with (Appendix] 7. 39
Chesapeake bay, survey head waters of -

250
Chester harbor, repair and improve

250
Chelsea, road made through public land at

138
Chipola river, improve navigation of

146
Chicago harbor, appropriation for

145
Chickasaw Indians, provisions for executing two treaties with the 24
appropriation for

74
Chippewa Indians, appropriation for

66, 68
effect given to treaty of March 28, 1836, with
the

152
treaty of 28th of March, 1836, with (Appendix] 63
Swan creek and Black river band of, appro-
priation for treaty with

155
treaty with Swan creek and Black river bands
(Appendix]

55
Christiana river, remove bar at mouth of

250
Choctaw Indians, appropriations for

74
expense of loonting reservations
appropriation for removing

155
part of annuity to be deducted

209
Christian Indians, appropriation for

64
Church's Cove harbor, construct breakwater in

248
Clarke Thomas B., his claim to land confirmed -

204
Clarke Carey, pension increased

90
Clay John Randolph, paid for diplomatic services

203
Clerk House of Representatives, to publish statement of appro-
priations, offices created, &c. -

233
Clerk's Provident Association, amend act to incorporate

prate

223

Page Clerks, messengers, and other officers of Executive Departments

and other public offices, allowance of additional num-
bers, salaries fixed, &c.

43 repeal of authority to appoint an additional clerk in Navy Commissioner's office

228 restriction on the employment of extra clerks in the War Department

45 in General Post Office, number and salaries fixed

165 in office of anditor of the Post Office Department, number and salaries fixed

165, 172 three clerks in Fifth Auditor's office transferred to Treasurer's office

165 in the General Land Office, number and salaries of fixed 221 Cleaveland harbor, improvement of

145, 146 Clinch Duncan L., his claim to land to be made good

216 Coast of the United States, appropriation for surveying

42 Cobscook harbor, survey passage into

248 Cobb Daniel, pension granted him

131 Cocheco branch, Piscataqua river, deepen channel of

248 Coit Benjamin, pension granted him

125 Colburn Reuben, fine remitted

50 Cole Samuel, pension granted him

111 College, Smithsonian, to be founded at Washington

140 Collier Coleman A., pension granted him

223 Collins John, pension granted him

112 Columbia, District of, charters of banks extended to Oct. 1, 1836

4 two bariks allowed further time to settle np

16 relief granted to cities on account of subscription to canal

56 appropriations for penitentiary in

134 Comanche Indians, treaty with, (Appendix]

30 Combs Leslie, pension granted him

91 Comins Jonas, pension granted him

124 Compensation of officers of Territory of Wisconsin

25 under late treaty with Spain

61 judicial officers of State of Arkansas

87 officers of State of Michigan

133 officers of revenue cutters

141 commissioners under treaty with Cherokee Indians

1.32 the officers and clerks of the General Land Office 2:26 officers of the customs

223 the commissioner and officers of the Patent Office

235 Commercial Digest, appropriation for

41 Commissioners of Loans, Bank of United States no longer to act as 22

their accounts to be closed Commissioners under Cherokee treaty to be appointed, &c.

152 Commissioner of Public Buildings, to take Potomac bridge under his charge, extra pay therefor

256 Commissioner of Patents, to be appointed, his duties, compensation, &c.

234 Commission for disbursing public money allowed Willie Blount 10

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Commission for disbursing public money, allowed to Saunders and
Putnam

11
Commutation of half pay granted to-
Heirs of Lieut. Robert Jouett

56
Heirs of Doctor Absalom Baird

105
Capt. Thornton Taylor

215
Captain David Hopkins

216
Interest on commutation paid to representatives of George
Hurlbut

213
Consul at London, certain allowances made him

3
Consulates in Turkey, appropriations for

229
Conkin John, pension granted him

•119
Congress, William Findlay paid for services as a member of

6
Connecticut river, remove bar at mouth of

249
Conneaut creek, improve navigation of

145
Contingent expenses of the Departments to be reported to Con-
gress, annually

43
Contracts for carrying mails, to commence on 1st July, annually 254
Conway William, land granted his heirs in lieu of lands con-
firmed

205
Cook Peter, pension granted liim

110
Cooper Joseph, refunded interest paid by him to United States

7
Cowper John, indemnified for prosecuting claims which inured
to United States

136
Crawford Capt. Smith, his company of militia to be paid

149
Crawford Joel, and Seaborn Jones, sureties of 'Thomas F. Green,
relief granted to

210
Crawford William, error in his land patent corrected

199
Creek Indians, appropriation to suppress hostilities of

58, 142
appropriation for treaty stipulations with

75
expenses of location of reservations and certifying

contracts
appropriation for removal of

78
no money to be paid to hostile

156
Crittenton Stephen, paid for ground conveyed to United States 16
Croghan Col., and others, appropriation for swords and medals
voted to

42
Crow shoal, Delaware bay, survey of

250
Crum Tobias, correct error in entry of land

222,
Cullumber Joshua, paid for vesset destroyed in public service
Cummins John, money paid for land refunded

209
Cumberland river, improve navigation of

146
Cumberland road. See Road.
Cunningham creek, remove obstructions in

145, 146
Curtis Josiah, pension granted him

127
Custom-house officers, suspend prohibition against increase of 22, 231
compensation of, regulated

228
Custom-house at New Bedford, appropriation for

41
at New York, appropriation for

41
at Bath, in Maine, appropriation for

43
at Boston

43

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Dal John, pension granted him

118
Damages made good by United States-
to Thomas F. Townley, on protested drafts

7
to Daniel Homans, on a contract

15
Danforth Joseph, pension granted him

122
Daniels Job, pension granted him

125
Daniel John, his assignee paid for property taken for public use 13
Darling Henry, surety of John Phillips, forfeiture refunded

81
Daw John, pension granted him

126
Dawson George, settle his accounts on principles of equity

196
Deafʼand Dumb, further time to sell land granted to Kentucky
Asylum of

23
Deas Doct. A. H., paid for attendance on United States troops

138
Debt, Public, remaining unpaid, to be paid at the Treasury

22
De Krafft Frederick C., paid for services as surveyor of Washing-
ton city

252
Delassus Don Carlos Dehault, interest paid him on money taken
from him

211
Delaware Indians, appropriations for

64, 72, 73
river, remove bar in, near Fort Mifflin

250
Dennistoun A. J. & Co., drawback paid them

205
Denton Gabriel W., relief granted him and his sureties

200
Deposite of public money in State banks regulated

91
surplus on 1st January, 1837, to be
deposited to credit of the States

93
supplement to the act to regulate the 231
Devlin John S., sergeant of marines, paid for extra services

137
Dewey Ebenezer, pension granted him

124
Dimick Peter, pension granted him

109
Diplomatic expenses, appropriations for
Diplomatic agents, additional allowances made to certain

203
· Direct tax, appropriation to pay officers of old

41
Discovery expedition, appropriations for a

47
Dismal Swamp Canal, improve navigation at northern and
southern entrances into

250
Dixon Thomas, and Company, penalty refunded

113
Documents, appropriation for Gales & Seaton's reprint of public 43
further distribution of reprint of

43
Dodge Andrew, his account as an officer in late war to be adjusted 9
Donelson John, Stephen Heard, and others, allowed further time
to locate lands

108
Dover harbor, deepen channel leading into

248
Dow Jonathan, pension granted him

123
Doxtator Peter, pension granted him

55
Dragoons, an additional regiment to be raised

58
Drawbacks (of duties) paid to Jackson & McJimsey

113
paid A. J. Dennistoun & Co.

205
paid heirs of Jacob Shoemaker

223
Dredging machine on Lake Erie, appropriation for

145
Dubuque, town of, laid off

148

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Dudley Benjamin W., executor of C. Wilkins, allowed interest on

claim against United States
Due bills issued by Thomas Tupper, to be adjusted and settled
Dumb and Deaf.See Deaf and Dumb.
Dunkirk harbor, improve.
Duties, relief granted to sufferers by fire in New York who are

indebted for
certain additional duties refunded to James Robertson

to John Frazer & Co.

to John F. Lewis
spikes, pins, and chains, to be charged with
on rail-road iron, refunded to Lexington & Ohio Company
over payment of, refunded to Henry Wainwright
on church bells, refunded
on Belgian vessel Antonius, refunded
discriminating, on Portuguese vessels, suspension of

on wines, reduced one-half
Duxbury, preserve point of land leading to the fort at Gurnet in
Dyer Walter, pension granted him

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Eaton Origen, increase of pension granted him -
Edwards Larkin, Indian grant of land to, confirmed (Appendix)
Eel River Indians, annuities to ..
Egg Harbor, Little, protection and improvement of
Eiler Laurentius M., paid for surveying public lands
Elkins Jonathan, pension increased
Elliot George, pension granted him
Engineer Office, clerks, &c. to be employed in
Erie, improve harbor of
Erie Lake, appropriation for dredging machine on
Escambia river, improve navigation of -
Evans Ann, five years' half-pay granted her
Evans Scioto, paid for a horse lost in service
Examinations and surveys, for internal improvements, appropria-

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10 90 110

146 145 146 114 137

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tions for
Exploring expedition, appropriation for an
Express mails, may be established
Eyerly Jacob, his accounts to be revised and balanced

F.
Fairweather Island, sea wall to preserve
Fenwick Michael, heirs paid for property destroyed by enemy
Fields George, arrears and increase of pension allowed him
Field Richard, an Indian, his expenses to be paid
Fifer John, correct error in entry of land
Final settlement certificates, appropriation to pay outstanding

interest paid on certain Fines, remitted, to Reuben Colburn

to Henry Darling
to Joseph Gresham

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249 140 126 78 52 41 213 52 Si 81

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