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CONTAINING

THE DEBATES, PKOCEEDINGS, AND LAWS,

THE FIRST SESSION

THE THIRTY-SECOND CONGRESS.

VOLUME XXIV.^PART I

BY JOHN C. RIVES.

CITY OF WASHINGTON:

PRINTED AT THE OFFICE OF JOHN C. RIVES.

1852.

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INDEX

TO THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE, FIRST SESSION, THIRTY-SECOND CONGRESS.

SENATE.

A.

Abd-el-Kader, proposed negotiation for (lie liber-
ation of. 34, 41, 130

Acapulco, call in relation to the difficulties at..1847
Accounts of certain officers of the Army, joint res-
olution authorizing the closing of. .1141,1460
Accounts of public officers. (See Military Con-
tributionBoard of Accounts.)
Acts of Congress, bill to procure a revision of
the, and also the statutory laws in force in

District of Columbia 33, Gl

Ada, the brig. (See Registers.)
Adams, Mrs., respect to the memory of.... 1372,

1423

Adams, Isaac, bill for the relief of. 845,

Adams, Stephen, of Mississippi 771, 781,

825, 878, 920, 925, 1033, 1048, 1049, 1068,
1081, 1082, 1083, 1106, 1140, 1161), 1174,
1179, 1302, 1390, 1393, 14-29, 1424, 1453,
1460, 1475, 1556, 1574, 164C, 1652, 1686,
1702. 1736, 1755, 1770, 1807, 1811, 1812,
2055, 2100, 2103, 2201, 2308, 2310, 2444,
2455, 2466, 2469, 2470, 2488, 2489

resolutions by 1012, 2'>30, 2076

*" remarks on the bill for the relief of John W .

Siirninion 957

remsvrks on the bill to amend the act in relation

to the payment of claims 1340

remarks on the appropriation to pay the as-
signees of the contractors for the removal of

the Choctaw Indians 1406

remarks on the bill to regulate the compensation

of the district judge for Massachusetts. .1421

remarks on the proposition to amend the rules

of the Senate JG05, 1609

remarks on the proposition for adjournment.

1784, 1786, 1860

remarks in relation to the North American

fisheries , 1892

remarks on the resolution in relation to the
amount of money received by Generals Scott

and Pierce 2214

remarks on the bill to provide for the election

of public printer 2324

remarks on the civil and diplomatic bill.. .2252,
2298,2393,2420

remarks concerning; the claims preferred against
the United States for provisions furnished to

the Indians in California 2106, 2108

remarks on the appropriation to supply defi-
ciency for the removal of the Choctaw In-
dians 2149

1811,2201,2203,2206

Adjournment, proposition fora final 61,

1136,1784,1860
remarks on the resolution for, by—

Mr. Adams 1784, 1786, I860

Mr. Bell ]862, 1863

Mr. Borland 1785, 1865

Mr. Butler.1784,1785,1861,1863,1864,1865

Mr. Cass I860

Mr. Chase 1863

Mr. Clemens 1864

Mr. Davis 1786, 1861

Mr. Duwson 1786, 186'), 1P(M

Mr. Douglas 1784, li-Oj

Mr. Downs IHtiS

Mr. Gwin 1784, 1861, 1862, 1863

Mr. Halt 1785

Adjournment, remarks on the resolution for, by—

Mr. Hamlin 1784

Mr. Hunter 1784, 1785, 1786

Mr. Mason 1862

Mr. Miller 17*6

Mr. Pratt 1787, 1862

Mr. Rusk 1864

Mr. Seward 1785

Mr. Shields 1784,1786, 1860

Mr. Smith I860

Mr. Souli; 1787, 1860

Mr. Stockton 1864,1865

joint resolution for a final 1542, 2041

Adjournments over 29,90, 145, 153, I:"i5,

224, 366, 1106, 1424, 1510, 1522, 1807
Advances of money by the Stolen. (See Florida
MassachusettsAlaintNorth Carolina—Mich-
igan.)

Agriculture, Committee on, 32

Aiken, Julia, bill for lh« relief of.. .272, 365, 389

Alabama, resolutions of the Legislature of. .228,

460, 468, 503, 569 586

bills granting the right of way and making
grants of land to the Stale of—

for a railroad from Pensacola Bay, in the

State of Florida, to Montgomery, in the

State of Alabama.21,30, 586, 1302, 1329

for making a railroad from Selma to the

Tennessee river 30, 33, 774, 782

for making a railroad from Chattanooga to

Memphis 30

for making a railroad from Girard to Mo-
bile Bay 30,50, 1285, 1302

bill authorizing the sale of cejlain reserved

cedar lands in 298, 941

bill to release from reservation and restore
to "the mass of (he public lands certain

lands in the Slate of. 569

the percentage fund. (See ScJiool Lands.)
bill to establish the sub-divisional lines and
corners of certain fractional sections in the
southern surveying district of the State

of Alabama 991, 1488, 1667, 1683

(See Courts.)

Alcott, Sidneys., bill for therelief of.81,198, 209
Allain, Valerian, withdrawal of the papers of. .717
Allen, Wade, bill for the relief of the legal repre-
sentatives of. 760, 1810

Alton, Illinois. (See Port of Delivery.)
Amelia, the American-built vessel. (See Register.)
Amelung, Henry A., bill to authorize the Secre-
tary of the Treasury to test the plan of, to
prevent steamboats and other vessels from

sinking 1972

Americans abroad, concerning relief to 771

America, the brig. (See Register.)

Amistad, the cnse of the schooner 702

bill to indemnify the master and owners of the
Spanish schooner, and her cargo. ..902, 1812

Amos, John B., the case of. 1617

Anderson, Thomas, bill for the relief of the legal

representativss of. 902, 1186

Anderson, William E.,appropriation to pay.1167
Andrews, Churles, a Representative from Maine,

death of, announced to the Senate 1239

Anniversary nf the 8th January .224

Annuities. (See Clioclav; Annuities.)
Appeals in Courts in California. (See Courts.)
Appointments in the naval service, concerning .398

Appointments in the Navy, proposition that all,

shall be for ten years 2454

Appointments in the Army, tenure of... .448, 471
Apportionment of Representatives among the sev-
eral Slates, report from the Secretary of the
Interior respecting the delay in making the,

569, 708

bill providing for the 708,

968, 992, 1007, 1161, 1187, 1897
remarks on the, by—

Mr. Badger 968,

974, 976, 1008, 1009, 1014, 1162

Mr. Biynrd 974

Mr. Bell 998,999, 1000

Mr. Borland.... 1000, 1013, 1014, 1101, 1162

Mr. Bradbury 968,

969, 972, 973, 975, 993, 998, 1014, llfil

Mr. Clmce 1007, 1009, llilS, 1014

Mr. Davis 968,971, 9:>4, 997

Mr. Dawson.995, 997, 999, 1012, 1HI3, 1014

Mr. Downs.963, 970, 971, 972,974,975, 9<(4,

1000, 1001, 1009, 1010, 1011, 1012, 1014

Mr. Gcyer 974, lOti'J, 1012, 1014

Mr. Gwin 970,971, 972,

973, 974, 975, !)35, 998, 1010, 1014, 1161

Mr. Hale 972,973.974, 999

Mr. Pratt 973, 974, 975

Mr. Rhett 992, 993

Mr. Rusk 993,998, 999

Mr. Seward 971, 773

Mr. Shields 998

Mr. Underwood 1000, 1014

Mr. Weller 99fi,

997, 1000, 1009, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1014
Appraisement of merchandise, bill relating to the,
and to prevent frauds in the valuation of du-
tiable imports, and for other purposes. .1834,
1846, 1973, 2140, 2309

Appropriation bills. (See Deficiency BillIndian
DeparhncntCiril and Diplomatic BillPost
Office Department—Jinny.\'m-nl ServiceMil-
itary AcademyI/arbors.)
proposed restriction in the rules in relation

to 1756

Arctic expedition, proposition for increased pay to

those who served in the 2445

Arfurdson, Cbarlen D., consul at Stockholm, pro-
posed compensation to 2379

Arruello, Santiago E., bill for the relief of. .826,

1810, 2303, 2206

Arkansas. (See School LandsHot SpringsDo-
nations.)

bill to release from reservation, and to restore
to the mass of public lands, certain land in

the State of 282,

346, 927, 1186, 1488, 1588, 1592,1646
remarks bv—

Mr. Borland 1389

Mr. Sebastian 1588

Mr. Underwood 1589

btl Is granting the right of way and makinggrant*
of land to the State of—-
to aid in the construction of certain mil

ro.nl." therein 155, 31

to aid in i lie construction of a railroad fror
the Mississippi river to the western boun-
dary of, by the Helena and Fort Smith
railroad company...,-"-;., -Mj, 373, 308

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