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Little Falls of the Potomac, bridge at, petition of citizens of

Virginia
Liverpool, mail steamers between New York and. (See Collins'.)
Live oak, or timber or trees reserved for naval purposes, amend-

ment of the act for the preservation of. (See bill S. 102.)
Livingston, Aaron, petition

report (No. 236) and bill, (see bill
Livingston, Randall D., S. 433)
Livingston, Johnson, and associates, memorial, mail steamers
between New York and Genoa

memorial referred
Loan office and final settlement certificates, payment of out-

standing. (See bil S. 105.)
Lobos Islands, correspondence in relation to-

resolution by Mr. Hamlin

messages from the President

reannexation of, resolution by Mr. Hale
Lockport, weekly mail between Thibodeaux and, resolutions of

the legislature of Louisiana
Lockwood & Smith, petition, relative to ferry boats
Logan county, Ohio, citizens of -

petition against an extension of the time for locating

Virginia military land warrants

petition against Sunday mails
Lomagne, Jean Baptiste, legal representatives of, memorial re-

ferred
Lomax, Elizabeth V., memorial referred

(See bill S. 206.)
Long bridge. (See Potomac.)
Long Island, New York, inhabitants on the coast of, memorial,

appropriation for life-boats
Long, Colonel, estimates by, for the improvement of the Ten-

nessee river-
resolution by Mr. Bell

report of the Secretary of War
Loomis, Silas L., petition referred
Loomis, Daniel, legal representatives of, report (No. 313) and

bill, (see bill S. 503)
Lord, Lydia, petition referred

reported adversely

report agreed to
Lord, Edwin, and Francis Bacon, petition

report (No. 292) and bill, (see bill s. 479)
Louisiana, overflowed lands in, aid to the State in reclaiming.

(See bill S. 23.)
Louisiana volunteers, first regiment of, memorial referred

adverse report -

agreed to
Louisiana, public lands in-

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112

399

431
447
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328
471
492
330
521

161
195
253

resolution by Mr. Downs
report of the Secretary of the Interior

505
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Louisiana legislature, resolutions-

donation of the military reserve at Fort Jesup
for the establishment of a seminary

212
report (No. 138) and bill, (see bill S. 300) 296
establishment of a navy yard and depot at New
Orleans

22:
establishment of a post office in the parish of As-
sumption

223
establishment of mail routes

243, 277, 299
establishment of a post office in the village of

New Road
improvement of Red river

256
weekly mal between Thibodeaux and Lockport 257
great northeastern mail route along the coasts of
Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana

294, 325
tri-weekly mail from Harrisonburg to Natchitoches 299
use of the barrack grounds at Baton Rouge as a
cemetery
committee discharged

392
removal of obstructions in the Bayou La Fourche 312
land for the Pine Grove academy

312
report (No. 196) and bill, (see bill S. 390)

367
harbors and buoys on the mail route between
Mobile and New Orleans

325
Louisiana, forms of practice in United States circuit and district

courts in
memoral of judges and members of the bar of New

Orleans, referred

memorial of the bar of New Orleans, referred
Louisiana, citizens of, petition, alteration in the mode of trans-

porting the mails between Donaldsonville and
Washington

414
memorial, extension of the port of New Orleans 414
report (No. 326) and bill, (see bill S. 519)

573
Louisiana, assistant marshals for taking the census in, documents

312
Louisiana, great northeastern mail route along the coast Alabama,

Mississippi, Louisiana, resolution of the legislature of Louisiana 294
Louisiana, mail routes in, establishment of, resolution of the leg-
islature of Louisiana

243, 277, 299
Louisiana and Texas, memorial of a committee appointed at a

meeting of the people of, for land for a railroad from the
Mississipi river to the Texas line

192
committee discharged

501
Louisiana and Mississippi, land to, for certain railroad. (See bill

S. 315.)
Louisiana, private land claims in, issuing of patents for a certain

class of confirmed. (See bill s. 385.)
Louisville and Portland canal, stock in-
report of the Secretary of the Interior

209
report of the Secretary of the Treasury

22:
relinquishment of, &c. (See bill S. 62.)

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Louisville and Portland canal, purchase of the stock owned by

individuals in. (See bill S. 110.)
resolution by Mr. Meriwether

572
petitions of the general council of the city of Louisville,
Kentucky

112
city council of Cincinnati

137
citizens of Pennsylvania

83
Nashville

112
Philadelphia

171, 171, 176
communication from George Graham

213
resolution of the common council of Jefferson, Ia. 219
Louisville and Portland canal, relinquishment of the stock of

the United States in, to the State of Kentucky, with a view of
making the canal free. (See bill S. 522.)

motion to print extra copies of report No. 328 582, 587
Louisville, Kentucky, railroad from, to St. Louis, Missouri, land

for. (See bill s. 133.)
Louisville, Ky., general council of the city of, purchase of the
stock of the Louisville and Portland canal

112
Louisville, Ky., merchants and others of, petition, further aid to
Collins' line

359
Louisville and New Orleans, daily mail steamers between, peti-
tion of citizens of Baton Rogue, La.

399
Memphis, Texas

561
Batesville, Arkansas

425, 620
Shelby county, Tennessee

561
(See bill S. 456.)
amendment to bill H. R. 314.

670
Low, James W., petition

108
(See bill S. 119.)
Lower Saganaw, Michigan, citizens of, petition, canal around the
Saut St. Marie

346
Lucas county, Ohio, assistant marshal for taking the census in,
memorial

242
Lunatic asylum, donation of land for, resolution of the legislature
of Alabama

212
Lund, David, heir of. (See Eliza Ann Ellison.)
Lusby, James H., memorial

403
Luzerene county, Pa., citizens of, petition against an extension
of Woodworth's patent

272
Lykins, Johnston, leave to withdraw

38
petitions

93, 149
reported and committee discharged

214
committee discharged

336
Lynch, John A., petition

115
report (No. 179) and bill, (see bill S. 360.) 348
Lynn, Mass., corporate authorities of, documents relative to the
establishment of a port of entry, referred

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501

231
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Macadamized turnpikes passing through the public lands, right

of way to. (See bill H. R. 284.)
bill to extend the provisions of the act of Aug.

4, 1852, relative to. (See bill S. 530.)
Alackall, Richard, petition referred

report and bill, (see bill S. 229)
Mackall, John G., legal representatives of, petition referred

report (No. 282) and bill, (see bill S. 475) -
Mackay, Sarah D. (See bill S. 98.)

report (No. 96)
Mackay, George, memorial referred
Mackay, Lieut. Col. Eneas, widow of, documents referred

adverse report

committee discharged
Mackay, Helen, widow of Lieut. Col. Mackay, petition
Mackinaw, land to the Zilwaukie, Grand Traverse and Maek-
inaw Plank Road Company, petition of citizens of Michigan
committee discharged

(See bill S. 233.)
Mackinaw, railroad from Saganaw to. (See bill s. 233.)
Alac Manus, F., memorial, debenture on goods transported to
Mexico

(See bill S. 165.)
McAffee, Joseph, heirs of, documents
McAvoy, John, petition

report (No. 165) and bill, (see bill s. 3-10)
McBlair, T. P., petition referred

report (No. 189) and bill (see bill S. 365)
McCarty, Hiram, petition

adverse report (No. 258)

report agreed to
McCauley, Commodore, orders given to, in relation to the Lobos

Islands, message from the President
McCaullay, Cornelius, memorial

report (No. 107) and bill (see bill S. 273)
McClellan, Col., investigation of the charges preferred by, against

the Mexican boundary commissioner-
resolution by Mr. Weller
report of the Secretary of the Interior
resolution to refer to a select committee

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committee appointed

motion to reconsider
McClelland's company of Florida volunteers, documents referred,

adverse report (No. 212)

report agreed to
McColgan, John, leave to withdraw
McCormick, Wm., and others, petition, mail steamers to Ireland,

391

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McCormick, Charles, petition referred

231.
committee discharged

568
McCormick, Cyrus H., extension of the patent of.

(See bill S. 261.)
petition of Cyrus H. McCormick in favor of

122
report (No. 160)

318
petitions against
citizens of Mount Morris, N. Y.

188
Illinois

242, 345
La Salle county, Ill.

345
Hiram Brown

404
citizens of New York

439
Ontario county, N. Y.

466
McCoy, Isaac, legal representatives of, memorial

136
McCrummer, N., memorial

167
McDermit, Mary, and Margaret Shaelds, petition

216
McElderry, John P., petition,

358
McFarlane, William, heirs of. (See bill H. R. 151.)
McFarlane, William, petition

241
McGaw, John A., petition referred

38
report (No. 5) and bill, (see bill S. 67)

71
McGinnis, John, refusal of, to take the oath propounded to him
by the select committee to inquire into frauds and abuses

588
McGlaughlin. (See Guier and McGlaughlin.)
McGregor, William, beir of. (See John A. McGregor.)
McGregor, John A., memorial

293
McGregor, jr., James, assignee of Wally & Donaldson, memorial, 233
referred

240
McGregor, jr., James, assignee of A. W. Jones, memorial

239
(See bill S. 262.)
McKay, Tavener, and others, of Carson Valley, California, peti-
tion, land

37
McKay, James, payment erroneously made to, petition of Samuel
Brenton

545
McIntosh, John M., memorial referred

45
committee discharged and again referred, 155
report and bill, (see bill S. 468)

506
McIntosh, John. (See bill H. R. 103.)
McIntosh, John H., heirs of, petition

461
McKenny, James G. A., petition

272
McKinney, James, heir of. (See Mary Green.)
McKnight, C. B., and others, memorial, modification of the
bounty-land law

5155
committee discharged

573
McLaughlin, Edward, assignee of. (See Leonard Dyson.)
McLaughlin, John T., widow of. (See Salvadora McLaughlin.)
McLaughlin, Salvadora, memorial referred

49
McLaws, L., memorial

219
report (No. 95) and bill, (see bill S. 249)

231
McLean, Anna, leave to withdraw

163
McManus, Thomas H., memorial referred

127
(See bill S. 153.)

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