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Hogg,

Mr. Harrison,

Mr. Moore,
Hasbrouck,

Murray,
Hendricks,

Jer. Nelson,
Herrick,

T. M. Nelson,
Hitchcock,

Palmer,
Holmes, Mass.

Patterson,
Hubbard,

Peter,
Johnson, Ken.

Pindall,
Jones,

Porter,
Linn,

Robertson, Lou.
Livermore,

Sawyer,
Marchand,

Seybert,
Marr,

Those who voted in the negative, are
Mr. Allen, Mass. Mr. Forsyth,
Allen, Vt.

Garnett,
Anderson, Pen. Hale,
Anderson, Ken. Hall, Del.
Austin,

Hall, N.C.
Baldwin,

Herbert,
Barbour, Va.

Herkimer,
Bassett,

Heister,
Bayley,
Beecher,

Holmes, Con.
Bellinger,

Hopkinson,
Bennett,

Hunter,
Bloomfield,

Huntington,
Blount,

Irving, N.V.
Boden,

Johnson, Va.
Boss,

Kinsey,
Bryan,

Lawyer,
Burwell,

Lowndes,
Butler,

M'Lane,
Campbell,

W. Maclay,
Clagett,

W. P. Maclay,
Claiborne,

M Coy,
Colston,

Mason, Mass.
Comstock,

Mason, R. 1.
Cook,

Mercer,
Crafts,

Merrill,
Cruger,

Middleton,
Cushman,

Mills,
Darlington,

Morton,
Drake,

Moseley,
Earle,

Mumford,
Edwards,

H. Nelson,
Ellicott,

New,
Ervin, 8. C.

Ogden,
Folger,

Ogle,
Forney,

Orr,

Mr. Owen,

Parrott,
Pawling,
Pitkin,
Pleasants,
Poindexter,
Quarles,
Reed,
Rhea,
Rice,
Rich,
Richards,
Ringgold,
Robertson, Ken.
Ruggles,
Sampson,
Savage,
Schuyler,
Scudder,
Sergeant,
Settle,
Shaw,
Silsbee,
Simkins,
Bal. Smith,
Alex. Smyth
J. S. Smith,
Strong,
Strother,
Stuart, Md
Taylor,
Terrell,
Terry,
Tompkins,
Townsend,
Tucker, S.C.

It was determined in the negative, {Nays.

Mr. Tyler,

Mr. Westerlo, Mr. Williams, N. Y.
Walker, N.C. Whiteside,

Williams, N.C.
Wallace,
Whitman,

Wilkin,
Wendover,

Williams, Con. Wilson, Mass. 120 The question then recurred on agreeing to the said third resolution, and being taken;

Yeas....................71,

95. The yeas and nays being required by one-fifth of the members present,

Those who voted in the affirmative, are
Mr. Anderson, Ken, Mr. Hitchcock, Mr. Quarles,
Baldwin,
Hopkinson,

Rich,
Bateman,
Hubbard,

Robertson, Ken.
Bayley,
Irving, N.Y.

Robertson, Lou.
Beecher,
Johnson, Ken.

Savage,
Bloomfield,
Jones,

Schuyler,
Campbell,
Kinsey,

Sergeant,
Colston,
Lawyer,

Simkins,
Comstock,
Livermore,

Bal. Smith,
Crawford,
Lowndes,

Spencer,
Cruger,
M'Lane,

Stuart, Md.
Cushman,
Marchand,

Tallmadge,
Darlington,
Moore,

Tarr,
Ellicott,
Morton,

Terrell,
Ervin, s. C.
Mumford,

Trimble,
Forsyth,
Ogden,

Upham,
Gage,
Ogle,

Wallace,
Hall, Del.
Palmer,

Wendover,
Harrison,
Parrott,

Westerlo,
Hasbrouck,
Patterson,

Whiteside,
Herbert,
Pawling,

Wilkin,
Herkimer,
Peter,

Wilson, Mass.
Herrick,
Pindall,

Wilson, Pen.
Hiester,

Porter,
Those who voted in the negative, are
Mr. Abbott,
Mr. Blount,

Mr. Desha,
Adams,
Boden,

Drake,
Allen, Mass.
Boss,

Earle,
Allen, Vt.

Bryan,

Edwards,
Anderson, Pen. Burwell,

Folger,
Austin,
Butler,

Forney,
Ball,
Clagett,

Garnett,
Barbour, Va.
Claiborne,

Hale,
Barber, Ohio,
Cobb,

Hall, N. C.
Bassett,
Cook,

Hendricks,
Bellinger,
Crafts,

Hogg,
Bennett,
Culbreth,

Holmes, Mass.

Orr,

Mr. Holmes, Con. Mr Owen,

Mr. Alex. Smyth,
Hunter,
Pitkin,

J. S. Smith,
Huntington,
Pleasants,

Speed,
Johnson, Va.
Poindexter,

Stewart, N.C.
W. Maclay,
Reed,

Strong,
W.P. Maclay,
Rhea,

Strother,
M Coy,
Rice,

Taylor,
Marr,
Richards,

Terry,
Mason, Mass.
Ringgold,

Tompkins,
Mason, R. I.
Ruggles,

Townsend,
Mercer,
Sampson,

Tucker, Va.
Merrill,
Sawyer,

Tucker, S.C.
Mills,
Scudder,

Tyler,
Moseley,
Settle,

Walker, N.C.
Murray,
Seybert,

Walker, Ken.
Jer. Nelson,
Shaw,

Whitman,
H. Nelson,
Sherwood,

Williams, Con.
T. M. Nelson,
Silsbee,

Williams, N.Y.
New,
Slocumb,

Williams, N. C. 95 S. Smith, The question was then stated upon concurring with the committee of the whole house, in that part of their amendment embraced by the fourth resolution, in the following words, viz:

4. Resolved, That Congress has power, under the Constitution, to construct canals for military purposes: Provided, That no priavte property be taken for any such purpose, without just compensation being made therefor.

When, Mr. Desha moved to amend the same by inserting, after the word “purposes,” the words “ with the consent of the states through which they may pass.

And the question being taken thereon;
It was determined in the negative.

The question then recurred on agreeing to the said fourth resolution, and being taken;

Yeas................81,

Nays...............83. The yeas and nays being required by one-fifth of the members present;

Those who voted in the affirmative, are
Mr. Abbott,
Mr. Comstock,

Mr. Harrison,
Anderson, Ken. Cruger,

Hasbrouck,
Baldwin,
Cushman,

Hendricks,
Bateman,
Darlington,

Herbert,
Bayley,
Ellicott,

Herkimer,
Beecher,
Ervin, S. C.

Herrick,
Bloomfield,
Forsyth,

Hiester,
Campbell,
Gage,

Hitchcock,
Colston,
Hall, Del.

Hopkinson,

Sawyer,

Mr. Hubbard,
Mr. Ogle,

Mr. Bal. Smith,
Irving, N. Y.
Palmer,

Southard,
Johnson, Ken.
Parrott,

Speed,
Jones,
Patterson,

Spencer,
Kinsey,
Pawling,

Stuart, Md.
Lawyer,
Peter,

Tallmadge,
Linn,
Pindall,

Tarr,
Livermore,
Porter,

Taylor,
Lowndes,
Quarles,

Terrell,
M'Lane,
Rich,

Trimble,
Marchand,
Robertson, Ken.

Upham,
Marr,
Robertson, Lou.

Wallace,
Mercer,
Savage,

Wendover,
Moore,
Schuyler,

Westerlo,
Morton,
Sergeant

Whiteside,
Mumford,
Seybert,

Wilkin,
Murray,
Simkins,

Wilson, Mass.
Ogden,
Slocumb,

Wilson, Pen. 81
Those who voted in the negative, are
Mr. Adams,
Mr. Forney,

Mr. Richards,
Allen, Mass.
Garnett,

Ringgold,
Allen, Vt.
Hale,

Ruggles,
Anderson, Pen.
Hogg,

Sampson,
Austin,

Holmes, Mass.
Ball,
Holmes, Con.

Scudder,
Barbour, Va.
Huntington,

Settle,
Barber, Ohio,
Johnson, Va.

Shaw,
Bassett,
W. Maclay,

Silsbee,
Bellinger,
W.P. Maclay,

S. Smith,
Bennett,
M'Coy,

Alex. Smyth,
Blount,
Mason, Mass.

J, S. Smith,
Boden,
Mason, R. I.

Stewart, N.C.
Boss,
Merrill,

Strong,
Bryan,
Mills,

Strother,
Burwell,
Moseley,

Terry,
Butler,
Jer. Nelson,

Tompkins,
Clagett,
H. Nelson,

Townsend,
Claiborne,
T. M. Nelson,

Tucker, Va.
Cobb,

Tucker, S. C
Cook,
Orr,

Taylor,
Crafts,
Owen,

Walker, N. C.
Culbreth,
Pitkin,

Walker, Ken.
Desha,
Pleasants,

Whitman,
Drake,
Poindexter,

Williams, Con.
Earle,
Reed,

Williams, N. Y.
Edwards,
Rhea,

Williams, N. C. 89
Folger,

Rice, The resolution reported by the committee on so much of the President's message as relates to Roads, Canals, and Seminaries

New,

of Learning, being amended by the adoption of the first resolution recommended by the committee of the whole, was concurred in..

Mr. Poindexter moved further to amend the said report by adding the following resolution:

Resolved, That Congress have power, under the Constitution, to appropriate money, in aid of the construction of roads and canals, which shall be laid out and constructed, under the authority of the legislatures of the states through which they pass.

And the question being taken thereon;
It was determined in the negative.

Ordered, That the said report and resolution as amended, be laid on the table.

Ordered, That the committee of the whole, to which was referred sundry memorials and petitions on the subject of internal improvements in the construction of roads and canals, from the legisJature of the state of Ohio, and from sundry citizens of the state of Virginia, be discharged from a further consideration thereof, and that they be referred to the committee on so much of the President's message as relates to Roads, Canals, and Seminaries of Learning.

A message, in writing, was received from the President of the United States, by Mr. Joseph J. Monroe, his Secretary, which was read as follows, viz:

To the Speaker of the House of Representatives:

In compliance with a resolution of the Senate, of the 16th December, and of the House of Representatives, of the 24th February last, I lay before Congress, a report of the Secretary of State, and the papers referred to in it, respecting the negotiation with Spain, To explain fully the nature of the differences between the United States and Spain, and the conduct of the parties, it has been found necessary to go back to an early epoch. The recent correspondence, with the documents accompanying it, will give a full view of the whole subject, and place the conduct of the United States, in every stage, and under every circumstance, for justice, moderation, and a firm adherence to their rights, on that high and honorable ground, which it has invariably sustained.

J. MONROE. Washington, March 14, 1818."

Ordered, That the said message and accompanying docu. ments, be referred to the committee on so much of the President's message “as relates to the subject of Foreign Affairs.”

And then the House adjourned.

MONDAY, March 16, 1818.

Ordered, That Mr. Orr have leave of absence from the service of this House, from this day, for the remainder of the session.

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