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Canal company, an act further to amend the act to incorporate the

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company
Chapman, John G., appropriation for contract with
Charlotte and Dahlonega, an act establishing branches of the Mint

of the United States
Charter of the Fire Insurance Company of Georgetown
Christy, William, an act for relief of
Civil list, appropriation for -
Clerks in departments, addition to salaries of
Coins, an act supplementary to the act regulating the coins of the

United States
Commissioner of Pensions, an act to continue in office
Commissioners, an act for the appointment of, to adjust the claims
to reservations of land under the 14th article of the treaty of 1830

th the octaw Indians
Commissioners under the treaty with France, resolution authorizing

the Secretary of the Treasury to correct a clerical error in the

award under the said treaty of 1831
Contingencies, army
Connecticut, State of, appropriation for payment of claims for ser-

vices of her militia during the late war
Cotheal, H. & D., New York, an act for relief of
Consul United States, at London, appropriation for expenses of

office
Consuls at London and Paris, salaries of
Consulate in Turkish dominions, expenses of
Convention with Spain
Court, District, an act to extend the jurisdiction of the said court of

the United States to Arkansas
Convention with the Sioux of Wa-ha-shaw's tribe of Indians
Convention with the Sac and Fox tribe of Indians -
Convention with Otoes, Missouries, Omahaws, and Yankton and San-

the bands of Sioux Indians
Cumberland road, arrearages due contractors

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Dahlonega, an act establishing a branch of the United States Mint
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Debtors, insolvent, of the United States, an act to extend the act for
the relief of

28 Decatur, Susan, widow of the late Stephen, resolution granting a pension to be paid fronı the Navy Pension Fund

104 Dibble, Orange H., resolution to authorize a settlement of the accounts of, by the Secretary of the Treasury

105 Dighton, district, to change the name of the collection, to Fall River 19 District Court of the United States, extended to the district of Arkansas

20 Dragon, Michael, an act confirming the claim of the heirs of, to certain tracts of land therein set forth

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Duties, discriminating, upon Dutch and Belgian vessels and their

cargoes proclamation respecting

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Elliott, William P., for drawings of the Treasury building and Patent

Office
Employment and regulation of pilots
Enlistment of boys for the naval service
Enlistment of seamen, and to extend the term

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Fall river, a collection district in place of Dighton.-
Fenner, Jerah, an act for the relief of
Firemen Insurance Company, incorporated for Washington and

Georgetown, D. C.
Fire, Potomac Fire Insurance Company, an act to amend the char-

ter of said company, in Georgetown
Fire Company, an act to organize in the District of Columbia
Florida, Territory of, an act authorizing rail-roads through the

public lands Frazar, George, and others, an act for the relief of France, commissioners under the treaty with, resolution authorizing

the Secretary of the Treasury to correct a clerical error Fuller, A., appropriation for payment of rent for his house now oc

pied as a General Post Office Fund of navy pensioners, an act for the more equitable adminis

tration of said fund

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G. Gales & Seaton, appropriation for American State Papers and Register of Debates

57, 58 Georgetown Insurance Company, an act to amend the charter of

91 Gibson, Alexander, an act for the relief of

90 Gordon, Charles, for services rendered under the resolution of the Senate

46 Graham, Daniel, late Secretary of State of Tennessee, for his ser

vices, performed at the request of the Commissioner of the General Land Office

H.

Hamilton, Empson, an act granting an increase of pension
Harmony, Peter, New York, an act for the relief of
Harris, Thomas I., appropriation for capture of a piratical felucca
Holt, Norman, an act for the relief of
Hospitals, marine, appropriations for building and repairing, at Pen-

sacola, Norfolk, Brooklyn, N. Y., Philadelphia, Boston Hostilities, Indian, appropriation for

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Hostilities, Indian, additional appropriation
Howard Institution, an act to incorporate the same in the city of

Washington
Horses, and other property lost or destroyed in the military service,

an act to provide payment for

acts of February, 1833, and 30th June, 1834, repealed Hughs, Andrew S., payment to

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Imports, an act to suspend certain provisoes of an act imposing
duties on

20 In corporation of the State of Michigan into the Union

14 an act to incorporate the President and Directors of

the Firemen Insurance Company of Washington
and Georgetown, in the District of Columbia

96 of the Howard Institution, of the city of Washington 28 of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, an act

further to amend the act incorporating said com

pany
Indian ands ceded to the United States, providing for the invest-

ment or payment to the Indians, parties thereto -
hostilities, suppression of -
hostilities, making an additional appropriation for

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Department, for the current expenses of, and for fulfilling
treaty stipulations with the various Indian tribes

38 Indians, Choctaw, and other Indian land reservations

41 Creek, sales of reserves by treaty 1832

73 treaty with the Menomonie nation

112, 119 convention with the Sioux of Wa-ha-shaw tribe

117, 123 treaty with the loway tribes, and the bands of Sacs and Foxes

1199 Sac and Fox tribe, convention with

123 Otoes, Missourias, Omahaws, Yankton and Santee bands of Sioux, convention with

125 Sioux, convention with

137 Inman, Henry, appropriation for contract with Insolvent United States debtors, relief of

28 Insurance Company, Georgetown, an act to amend the charter of

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Jeffers, John, an act for relief of
Judicial system, an act supplementary to the act entitled “ An act to

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Kellock, Findley, an act for the relief of
Keytes, James, an act for the relief of
Kilbourn, David, an act for the relief of
Knox, Andrew, an act for the relief of

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Lands ceded by the Indian tribes to the United States
Lands, public, an act authorizing companies in the Territory of
Land reservations under the 14th article of the treaty of 1830, with

the Choctaw Indians
Lands, an act to authorize and sanction the sales of reserves pro-

vided for Creek Indians in the treaty of 1832, in certain
ceded to the United States by the Potawattamies, agreeably

to treaty 5th August, 1836
30th September, 1836, and 22d same month

and the 23d, ditto, being four several treaties
ceded to the United States by the Sioux Indians, agreeably to

convention 30th November, 1836
ceded to the United States by the Potawattamie tribe of In-

dians, agreeably to treaty 11th February 1837
ceded to the United States by the Sac and Fox Indians,

agreeably to treaty 28th September, 1836
ceded by Indian tribes, an act to regulate, in certain cases,

the disposition of the proceeds of
an act to authorize and sanction the sales of reserves, pro-

vided for Creek Indians in the treaty of the 24th March,

1832
Launching and securing ship Pennsylvania
Lee, Henry, and John Ricaud, an act for the relief of
Letcher, Robert P., an act for the relief of -
Lexington and Ohio Rail-road Company, duties refunded
Light-houses, light-boats, beacon-lights, buoys, fog-bell, &c., an act

making appropriation for

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Madison, Mrs., appropriation for the purchase of the manuscript of

the late Mr. Madison
Marine corps, appropriation for pay and subsistence
Marlow, Susan, an act for the relief of
McGhee, Linn and Samoice, Creek Indians, an act for the relief of
Medical and hospital department of the army, appropriations for
Michigan admitted into the Union 26th January, 1837

to have deposite and surplus revenue
Militia, and volunteers, appropriation for one month's pay -
Military, Academy, West Point, appropriation for the year 1837
Mint, an act supplementary establishing a mint and regulating the

coins of the United States -
an act to establish branches of the
of the United States at New Orleans, Charlotte, and Dahlonega
branches, officers of .

their salaries
Mrocco, treaty with the United States, 16th September, 1836
Moore, Thomas P., an act for the relief of -

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Morgan, General Daniel, new dies for medal in honor of
Myott, Catharine, an act for the relief of

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Naval officers, an act to change the titles of certain officers
Navy, naval service, appropriations for bounty for enlistments, ord-

nance stores, &c.,

pension fund, an act for the more equitable administration of New Orleans, an act to extend the limits of the port

and Carrolton Co., an act authorizing a rail-road

from Carrolton to the town of Bayou Sara, in the

State of Louisiana
North Carolina, appropriation for claims of, for services of her mili-

tia

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Obstructions, removal of, in and at the mouths of certain rivers and

harbors, and for other purposes -
Officers, an act to change the title of certain officers of the navy

of branch mint
and crew of brig General Armstrong, prize money

Bon Homme Richard and Alliance, residue of

prize money to be distributed
Ohio and Chesapeake Canal Company incorporated, and an act fur-

ther to amend the act incorporating said company
Ordnance and marine stores for the use of the navy, appropriation

for

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Paintings for rotundo, appropriation for
Parker, F. A., an act for the relief of
Patent Office, appropriation for construction of
Payment of horses and other property lost or destroyed in the mili-
Pensions, revolutionary, invalid, and widows and orphans'

Commissioner of, to be continued in office
Pickering, Charles W., an act for the relief of
Pilots, an act concerning
Port of New Orleans, an act to extend the limits of -
Post Office Department, resolution to enable the Postmaster General

more readily to change the commencement of the contract year
Post Office, appropriation for rent of the building now employed by

General Post Office
Potts, S. J., payment of arrearages due
Proclamation of peace by the President of the United States of

America, with the Emperor of Morocco, on the 16th September,
1836

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