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Page. District of Columbia-continued.
Cross and Pond Islands, a bill from the House

bill read a second time, and referred
of Representatives for building light-

Mr. Lloyd presented the petition of sundry
houses on

377

citizens of Georgetown, remonstrating
read twice, and referred

378 against the passage of the said bill, fe-
reported with amendments

387
ferred

119
read a third time, and passed as amended 399 the bill reported without amendment 191

ordered to a third reading

129
read the third time, and passed

130
Dallas, Alexander James, on motion of Mr.

District Court of Louisiana, a bill to authorize
Roberts, the Committee on Finance were

the clerk of the, to appoint an assistant,
instructed to inquire into the expediency

twice read, and referred

244
of providing for payment of balances due

reported without amendment

261
to, as paymaster of militia

395

ordered to a third reading
the committee discharged -

400 Divorce and Alimony in the District of Columbia,
Dana, Samuel W., of Connecticut, attended 10

a bill concerning, read twice, and referred 350
remarks of, on the bill for relief of Commo.

reported with amendments

378
dore Tucker

266
laid on the table

398
on the Military Peace Establishment 365 Doak, William, Mr. Holmes of Mississippi pre-
Debentures, a bill from the House of Represent.

sented the petition of, referred
atives to authorize collectors to pay, in Doak, William, and Noble Osborne, a bill grant-
certain specified cases, read

331
ing the right of pre-emption to read

361
read a second time, and referred

333
read a second time

366
reported without amendment

361
laid on the table

398
read the third time, and passed

396 Dobson, Thomas, and Son, Mr. Lowrie presented
De la Ronde, Pierre Denis, a bill from the House

the petition of, referred

913
of Representatives for relief of, read 256

adverse report thereon

356
read a second time, and referred

260
read and concurred in

361
reported without amendment

288 Documents, a resolution to furnish the State
ordered to a third reading

291

Department with twenty-five copies of all,
read the third time, and passed

394
Denison, Elisha and others, Mr. Sanford pre-

printed by order of the Senate, read
read again, and agreed to -

151
sented the memorial of, referred

382 Drawback. (See Lanusse, Paul, &c.)
Deslonde, Rosalie P., a bill from the House of Duffee, James, Mr. Sanford presented the peti-
Representatives for relief of, read twice

tion of the executors of, referred
and referred

256

the committee discharged -
reported without amendment

288 Dufosset, Francois, Mr. Johnson of Louisiana
ordered to a third reading

391
presented the petition of, referred -

313
read the third time, and passed

394 Duverge, Bartholomew, a bill from the House of
Dick, William, Mr. Walker of Alabama, pre-

Representatives for the relief of, twice
sented the petition of, referred

186

read, and referred .
the committee discharged -

393

reported without amendinent
Dickerson, Mahlon, of New Jersey, attended 9

ordered to a third reading

391
speech of, on the petition of Matthew Lyon 191 read the third time, and passed

394
on the Military Peace Establishment 361
Dill, Eliza, Jane Jervis, and Louisa St. C. Robb,

E.
(daughters of the late General St. Clair,) East and West Florida, a bill to enable the Pre-
Mr. Noble presented petition of, referred

sident to take possession of, read twice
an adverse report thereon

121 read the third time, and passed -
read and concurred in

123 Easton, Rufus, for himself and the heirs of James
Dinsmore, Silas. (See Choctaw Nation.)

Bruff

, Mr. Johnson of Kentucky presented
District Banks, Mr. Horsey presented the me-

the petition of, referred -
morial of several of the, referred to the

the committee discharged -
Committee on the District of Columbia 150 Eaton, John H., of Tennessee, attended
on motion of Mr. Horsey, the Secretary of

remarks of, on the Missouri resolution

3:2
the Treasury was directed to report the

33

in reply to Mr. Smith
latest statement of the
185 on his proviso -

41
a letter from that officer in compliance 244 on Mr. Wilson's substitute
a bill to extend the charters of certain, read 256 on offering his proviso a second time
read a second time

263 Education, Mr. Lloyd submitted a resolution on
ordered to a third reading

380 the justice and propriety of granting lands
read the third time, and passed

384

to the old States for purposes of
returned from the House of Representatives

referred to the Committee on Public Lands 154
with amendments, and agreed to

392

report thereon.
District of Columbia, appointment of the stand-

Mr. Pinkney presented certain resolutions
ing committee for the

21 and proceedings of the Legislature of
a bill from the House of Representatives to

384

Maryland, on the suliject of -
amend the act to alter the terms of ses- Edwards, Ninian, of Illinois, attended
sion of the circuit and district courts of

speech of, on the bill for relief of purchasers
the, read

99 of the public lands

396

252

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395

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referred to the Judiciary Committee

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Election of President and Vice President, Mr. Fire Engines, &c., Mr. Morril submitted a res.
Wilson of New Jersey submitted a reso-

olution of inquiry whether the act author-
lution instructing the Judiciary Commit-

izing the purchase of, had been executed 35
tee to inquire whether any amendments

agreed to, and a committee appointed to
are necessary in the act respecting the 118

present it to the President

40
considered and agreed to

120 a Message transmitting the report of the
report of said committee thereon

215
agent, referred

119
the resolution of the same, that it is inexpe-

the committee discharged -

184
dient at this time to have further legisla- Fisheries, a bill concerning vessels employed in
lation on the subject, read

256
the, read

359
considered and concurred in
260 read a second time

362
Electoral Votes, Mr. Wilson of New Jersey sub-

laid on the table

396
mitted a resolution touching the counting Florida Treaty, a bill providing for the adjudica-
of the

117 tion and payment of claims under the,
120
read twice

380
report of said committee concurred in 260 ordered to a third reading -

385
meeting of the two Houses to count the 345 read the third time, and passed -

387
the result of the, announced by the Presi- Ford, Nathan, Mr. Sanford presented the peti-
dent of the Senate

346
tion of, referred

142
(See President and Vice President.)

a bill for the relief of, read

154
Electors of President and Vice President, Mr.

read a second time

178
Dickerson submitted a joint resolution to

read the third time, and passed -

244
amend the Constitution in regard to the, Foreign Affairs, appointment of the standing
read

22
committee of

20
read a second time, and referred

23 | Foreign Coins, a bill from the House of Repre-
report that it is inexpedient to amend the

sentatives to regulate the currency of,
Constitution -

257 read tliree times, and passed with an
Elliott, John, of Georgia, attended

19
amendment .

402
Enrolling and Licensing Vessels, &c., Mr. Four Millions, a bill from the House of Repre-
Holmes of Maine submitted a resolution

sentatives authorizing the President to
respecting the

331

borrow a sum not exceeding, read three
considered and referred to the Finance Com-

times, and passed with an amendment 401
mittee -

334 the House of Representatives disagree, the
Entry of Merchandise, a bill from the House of

Senate insisted, and asked a conference 403
Representatives to regulate the, imported

Fourth Census, a Message from the President
from adjacent territories, read

250

transmitting a letter from the marshal of

252
read a second time, and referred

392

Virginia, respecting the
reported with amendments

326 a bill to amend the act for taking the, read

391
ordered to a third reading

393

three times, and passed -
read the third time, and passed -

394

G.
Erie Harbor, Mr. Lowrie submitted resolutions of

Gaillard, John, of South Carolina, attended,
the Legislature of Pennsylvania, relating

and took the Chair as President pro tem.

9
to obstructions in the mouth of

334
vote of thanks to

404
Execution issuing from the Circuit Court of

address of, to the Senate, on adjournment 405
Georgia, a bill concerning process of, read 288 Gales & Seaton, election of as printers to the
read a second time

306
Senate -

403
Expenditure and application of Moneys, a letter

Gardner, Alexander, Mr. Otis presented the pe.
from the Secretary of the Navy transmit-

tition of, referred

134
ting statements of, &c.

150 General Post Office, report from the Postmaster
F.

General showing the number of clerks

employed in the, and at what salaries 153
Fairbanks, Jason. (See Keyes, Perley.)

Ghent, Treaty, a bill from the House of Repre-
Farmers and Mechanics' Bank of Georgetown,

sentatives establishing the salaries of the
Mr. Horsey presented the petition

241

commissioners and agents employed un-
Fees of District Attorneys, &c., Mr. Holmes, of

der the, read twice

402
Maine, submitted a resolution on the sub-

read the third time, and passed -

403
ject of

148 Gooding, John, and James Williams, Mr. Pink-
amended, and referred to the Judiciary

ney presented the petition of, referred 36
Committee

151 a bill authorizing payment of a sum of mo-
the committee discharged -

253
ney to, read .

147
Finance, appointment of the standing commit.

read a second time

151
tee of
20 read the third time, and passed

391
Finch, Moses, senior, Mr. Thomas presented the Gordon, Patience, Mr. Wilson presented the pe-
petition of sundry inhabitants of the New

tition of, referred

123
Purchase, praying that the right of pre-

a bill for relief of, read

184
emption to a quarter-section of land may

read a second time

185
be granted to, for certain purposes, re-

ordered to a third reading -

245
ferred
186 read the third time, and passed -

249

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Page. Holmes, John, remarks of-continued.

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Government, a bill from the House of Repre-

on the bill for relief of Commodore Tucker 265
sentatives making appropriations for the

speech of, on the Bankrupt bill -

336
support of, for 1822, read twice, and re-

on the rejection by the House of Represent-
ferred

332
atives, of the Missouri resolution

354
reported with amendments

347

on the first resolution from the House of Re-
read the third time, and passed as amended 394

presentatives, for a joint committee on
Gracie, Archibald, and Sons, Mr. King presented

the question of admitting Missouri
the petition of

211 the credentials of, for another term in the
(See Unlading of Vessels.)

Senate, read and filed

392
Graham, James, Mr. Otis presented the petition
of, referred

Holmes, John, Mr. Walker of Alabama pre-
241

25
adverse report thereon

sented the petition of, referred
306

a bill for relief of, read
334

43
report reversed, and bill ordered

read a second time

51
(See Whitehead, William.)

ordered to a third reading
Gregory, Lieutenant, a bill to reward, his offi.

read the third time, and passed

117
cers and men, read

306
read a second time

Hook, Josiah, jr., Mr. Holmes of Maine pre-
331
sented the petition of, referred

148
Groce, Jared E., Mr. King of Alabama, submit.

a bill for the relief of, read

326
ted a resolution authorizing, to enter a

read a second time

332
certain fraction of land -

189
referred to the Committee of Public Lands 190 Horsey, Outerbridge, of Delaware, attended 9
the committee pray to be discharged - 356

remarks of, on the bill to incorporate the
their report concurred in

360
Columbian Society

41
Guerlain, Lewis H., bill from the House of

Hunsinger, Jacob, a bill from the House of Re-
Representatives for relief of, twice read

presentatives, for the relief of, twice read,
and referred

240
and referred .

240
reported without amendment
252 reported without amendment

259
ordered to a third reading -
388 indefinitely postponed

388
read the third time, and passed -
390 Hunter, William, of Rhode Island, attended

24
H.

I.
Hackley, Richard S., Mr. Barbour presented the

244
petition of, &c.

Illinois, a bill from the House of Represent-

atives, to provide for paying to the State
an adverse report thereon

383

of, three per cent on the net proceeds of
Hardiman, Thomas, Mr. Eaton presented the

lands, &c., read

25
petition of, referred
40 read a second time, and referred

26
an adverse report thereon

250
reported with amendments

35
Harding, John, and Giles, John Shute and John

ordered to a third reading -

43
Nicholls, a bill supplementary to the act

read the third time, and passed

51
for the relief of, read

246

a bill confirming certain claims to land in,
read a second time, and referred

249
read

184
reported without amendment
366 read a second time

185
laid on the table
398 ordered to a third reading -

391
Harpole, George, Mr. Eaton presented the peti-

read a third time, and passed

394
tion of, referred

237

a bill confirming the location of the seat of
committee discharged

396
government of, read twice, &c.

260
Hazard, Nathaniel, late of Rhode Island, a mes-

reported without amendment, and laid on
sage from the House of Representatives,

the table

398
announcing the death of, &c.

123
Heaton, William, and others, Mr. Sanford pre-

Imports and Tonnage, a bill further to establsh
sented the memorial of, referred

the compensation of officers employed in
382
collection of duties on, read

186
Hodge, Ann, Mr. Roberts presented the petition

read a second time

189
of, referred

213
ordered to a third reading -

360
committee discharged

396
read the third time, and passed

362
Hodgson, Rebecca, Mr. Pinkney presented the

Mr. King, of New York, presented the me-
petition of, referred

50
the committee asked to be discharged

morial of sundry merchants praying an

116
agreed to, and petition referred to a select

explanatory act in relation to, referred

a bill supplementary to the act to regulate
committee

237
the collection of duties on, twice read

383
Hoffman, John, Mr. Johnson of Louisiana re-

ordered to a third reading -

395
ported a bill for the relief of, which was

read the third time, and passed

397
read

132
read a second time, and referred

135

Increase of Duties, Mr. Smith presented the me-
reported without amendment

189
morial of citizens of Charleston, protest-

50
Holmes, David, of Mississippi, attended

9

ing against any, referred
Holmes, John, of Maine, attended

Mr. Pleasants presented a similar memorial
from Virginia

122
speech of, on the resolution to admit Mis-
souri

80 Indian Affairs, appointment of the standing
remarks of, on the Ohio and Erie Canal 145

committee on

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Page. Jarrod, N., bill for relief of-continued. Page.
zin Indian Agents, a bill to authorize the appointment

reported with amendments

135
of certain, read
140 ordered to a third reading

242
read a second time

143 the vote reconsidered, and bill recommitted 244
ordered to a third reading -
384 reported with other amendments

252
read the third time, and passed -

389

ordered to a third reading as amended 388
Co Indian Trade, Mr. Holmes, of Mississippi, com-

read the third time, and passed with amend-
municated a letter to him from the Super-

ments

- 390
intendent of, with a copy of his report 120 Jervis, Jane. (See Dill, Eliza.)
Indian Tribes, report of the Secretary of the Johnson, Richard M., of Kentucky, attended - 9
Treasury of moneys expended in forming

remarks of, on the resolution to admit Mis-
treaties with, &c. -

souri
a bill for the better regulation of trade with

on the bill to incorporate the Columbian
the, read

126
Society

40
read a second time
129 on the Ohio and Erie Canal bill

156
laid on the table

137 speech of, on the bill for relief of purcha-
called up and indefinitely postponed - 380

sers, &c.

214
Indiana, on motion of Mr. Noble, the Judiciary

remarks of, on the bill concerning Virginia
Committee were instructed to inquire into

military land warrants

247
the expediency of authorizing the boun-

on the rejection by the House of Represent-
dary between, and Illinois and Michigan,

atives of the Missouri resolution

353
to be surveyed, &c.
26 Johnson, Henry, of Louisiana, attended

9
Mr. Noble also presented the memorial of

remarks of, on a motion to discharge the
the Legislature of, praying permission to

Laud Committee from consideration of
tax all public lands in, sold by the United

St. Helena memorial

268
States, referred

141 Johnson, Isaac N., Mr. Noble presented the pe-
an adverse report thereon

244 tition of sundry inhabitants of Indiana,
a bill to designate the boundaries of a land

praying that the right of pre-emption to a
district in, read

366

certain section of land may be granted to,
read a second time
379 for the erection of a mill, &c.

141
laid on the table
398 an adverse report thereon

184
Interest on Public Lands, Mr. Ruggles submit-

read, and concurred in

187
ted a resolution concerning the expedi-

the committee discharged

190
ency of remitting the .

28 Judiciary, appointment of the standing Commit-
referred to the Committee of Public Lands

tee on the
Introduction of Slaves, a resolution was adopted

report of said committee on the expediency
requesting the President of the United

of extending to the Supreme Court ap-
States to communicate what proceedings

pellate jurisdiction in criminal cases . 377
have been had in relation to officers of

K.
Government, charged with being con-

380 Kelley, William, and others, Mr. Williams of
Irwin, Alexander, an adverse report on the pe-

Tennessee presented the petition of, re-
tition of

151

ferred to the Committee on Public Lands 21
read, and concurred in

154 Kemper, Presley, Mr. Johnson of Louisiana pre-
Island of New Orleans, a bill supplementary to

sented the petition of, referred
the several acts for adjusting claims to

adverse report thereon

126
land in the districts east of the, read

357
read, and concurred in

135
read a second time -

362 Keyes, Perley, and Jason Fairbanks, a bill from
laid on the table

396
the House for relief of, read

30
Isles of Shoals, a bill to repair a sea-wall at the,

read a second time, and referred

35
read
189 reported with an amendment

122
read a second time, and referred
191 ordered to a third reading

133
reported without amendment
264 read the third time, and passed as

amended 135
King, Rufus, of New York, attended

9
J.

remarks of, on Mr. Eaton's proviso to the
Jackson, George, Mr. Trimble presented the pe-

Missouri resolution

42, 44
tition of, referred .

119 on the second offering of the same proviso · 100
adverse report thereon

248 on the bill concerning Virginia military
Jails, a resolution from the House of Represent-

land warrants

246
atives providing for, in certain cases 367 on the bill for the relief of Commodore
read a first time

377 Tucker
read a second time, and referred

379 on report of committee on Electoral votes - 342
reported without amendment

389

on the bill providing for execution of the
read the third time, and passed

398
Florida treaty

385
Janney, Joseph, Mr. Barbour presented the pe- King, William, of Alabama, attended

9
tition of, referred

36 Knight, Nehemiah R., appointed a Senator by
an adverse report thereon -

135

the Legislature of Rhode Island, in place
Jarrott, Nicholas, a bill from the House of Rep-

of J. Burrill, deceased, produced his cre-
resentatives for the relief of, read

99
dentials, &c.

211
read a second time, and referred
117 speech of, on the Bankrupt bill

344

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Koonnalluskee, an Indian chief, Mr. Williams of Levi, George, Mr. Noble presented the petition
Tennessee presented the memorial of, re-

of, referred

119
ferred
244 adverse report thereon

122
a bill for the relief of, read
356 read, and concurred in

128
read a second time

360 Lowden, John, Mr. Smith presented the peti.
laid on the table

396
tion of, referred

244
L.
adverse report thereon

263

Lowrie, Walter, of Pennsylvania, attended 9
Lands, letter from the Secretary of the Trea-

speech of, on the bill for relief of purchasers
sury, with statements of amounts appro-

of public lands

335
priated for the purchase of, from the In-
dians, &c.

19

M.
Land Warrants, a bill to regulate the location of, Macarty, J. L. B., Mr. Johnson of Louisiana
twice read, and referred

240 presented the petition of, referred 190
reported with amendments
250 a bill for relief of, read

248
read the third time, and passed -
400 read a second time

250
Languille, Francis B., a bill from the House of

ordered to a third reading

388
Representatives for the relief of, twice

Macon, Nathaniel, of North Carolina, attended 9
read, and referred .

241 remarks of, on the motion to recommit the
reported without amendment

252
Missouri resolution

115
ordered to a third reading -

388 on the Ohio and Erie Canal
read the third time, and passed -

390 on the bill for relief of Commodore Tucker 266
Lanman, James, of Connecticut, attended

18
on the report upon Electoral votes

342
Lanusse, Paul, and F. Bailly Blanchard, Mr.
Johnson of Louisiana presented the peti-

Maison Rouge, the bill confirming the title of
the Marquis de, read

133
tion of, referred

132

read a second time, and ordered to a third
an adverse report thereon

238
reading

380
read, and concurred in

258

read the third time, and passed
vote reconsidered, and bill laid on the table 261 Mallory, David, Mr. Dana presented the peti-
Larrabee, Major Charles, Mr. Trimble presented

tion of, referred

178
the petition of, referred -

24
report of resolution granting leave to, to

Map of Soldiers' Patents, Mr. Johnson of Ken-
withdraw his petition

tucky submitted a resolution instructiog
121

the Committee of Public Lands to in-
Law, Thomas, and others, Mr. Horsey pre-
sented the petition of, referred

quire into the expediency of providing a, 132
99
considered, and agreed to -

137
Lawrence, Eleanor, Mr. Sanford presented the
petition of, referred to the Secretary of

the committee discharged from its further
consideration

183
War

27
the report of the Secretary referred to the

Marine Hospital, Mr.Johnson, of Louisiana, sub-
Military Committee

126

mitted a resolution respecting a, at or near
New Orleans

256
said committee report that the claim ought
to be liquidated and paid by the War De-

agreed to, and referred to the Committee of

260
partment, which was concurred in

Commerce, &c.

128
Lauret, Louis, Mr. Johnson of Louisiana pre-

Meridian, Mr. Horsey presented the memorial
sented the petition of, referred

238 of the Mayor, &c., of Washington, pray.
an adverse report thereon

256

ing Congress to adopt measures to fix a
read, and concurred in

260

principal, for the United States, read twice,
and referred -

241
Lemaitre, John B., Mr. Smith presented the pe.

245
tition of, referred

361
reported without amendment

396
the committee discharged -

386

read the third time, and passed
Levy Court of Washington, a bill to empower

Message, the President's annual

11
the, to discontinue a certain road, read

378 Messengers, &c., of the Senate, Mr. Roberts
read a second time

383
submitted a resolution to allow the usual

387
laid on the table

398

extra pay to, read -
Library, on motion of Mr. Dickerson a joint

read a second time

399
committee was appointed on the

18
ordered to a third reading -

400
Linn, John, a message from the House of Rep-

read the third time, and passed ·
resentatives announcing the death of,

Michigan, a bill from the House of Representa-
and the usual resolution in such case

146
tives to establish an additional land office

40%
Lloyd, Edward, of Maryland, attended

26

in, laid on the table
Longitude of the Capitol, a joint resolution from Military Affairs, appointment of the standing
the House of Representatives authorizing

Committee of

20
the President to cause astronomical ob- Military Establishment, a bill from the House of
servations to be made to ascertain the,

Representatives to reduce and fix the, read,
read

30

and referred -
read a second time, and referred
35 a substitute reported

261
Louisiana, Mr. Johnson presented a memorial of

the substitute considered and amended
the Legislature of, praying a grant of

ordered to a third reading -
certain lands, referred

30 read the third time, and passed as amended 379

390

238

375
378

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