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An act for the relief of Jonas Harrison.
An act to continue in force an act, entitled an act relating to settlers on lands of the United States.
An act for the relief of the widow and children of Jacob Graeff, deceased.
An act supplementary to the several acts relative to direct taxes and internal duties.
An act making the port of Bath, in Massachusetts, a port of entry for ships or vessels arriving from the Cape of Good Hope, and from places beyond the same, and for establishing a new collection district, whereof Belfast shall be the port of entry.
An act for the relief of John B. Dabney.
An act respecting the organization of the army, and for other purposes.
An act to incorporate the Columbian Institute.
An act to increase the duties on irop in bars and bolts, iron in pigs, castings, nails, and alum.
An act for the relief of Peggy Baily.
An act for the relief of captain Benjamin Johnson and captain Ilenry Gist.
An act to increase the duties on certain manufactured articles imported into the United.
An act to continue in force, from and after the 30th June, 1819, until the 30th June, 1826, the fourth paragraph of the first section of the act, entitled “ An act to regulate the duties on imports and tonnage.”
An act providing for the deposite of wines and distilled spirits in public ware houses.
An act for the relief of Cornelia Mason,
An act supplementary to the act, entitled “ An act to regulate the collection of duties on imports and tonnage,” passed the 2d day of March, 1799.
An act for the relief of John Seybold.
An act for the relief of James Mackey, of the territory of Missouri.
An act transferring the claims in the office of the commissioner to the Third Auditor of the Treasury.
An act for the relief of Madame Poidevin.
An act act for the relief of Benjamin Birdsall and Wm. S. Foster.
An act supplementary to the several acts making appropriations for the ycar 1818.
An act for changing the compensations of the registers and receivers of the land offices.
An act to regulate and fix the compensation of clerks; and,
Mr. Harrison, from the joint committee, appointed to wait on the President of the United States, reported, that the committee had performed that service, and that the President informed them that he had no further communication to make to Congress at the present session.
A message from the Senate, by Mr. Cutts, their Secretary:
Mr. Speaker: The Senate have received official information that the President of the United States did, this day, approve and sign,
An act fixing the compensation of Indian agents and factors; An act for the relief of Richard M. Johnson; An act authorizing a subscription for the Statistical Annals, by Adam Seybert, and the purchase of Pitkin's Commercial Statistics of the United States; An act for the relief of John Hall, lato major of marines; An act for the relief of Samuel F. Hooker; An act to divide the state of Pennsylvania into two judicial districts; An act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to repay or remit certain alien duties therein described; An act to authorize the disposal of certain lots of public ground in the city of New Orleans and town of Mobile; An act to alter and amend an act, approved the 3d day of March, 1817, entitled . An act to establish a separate territorial government for the eastern part of the Mississippi territory;" An act to increase the salaries of the judges of th circuit court of the District of Columbia; An act respecting the surveying and sale of the public lands in the territory of Alabama; An act to defray the expenses of the militia when marching to places of rendezvous; An act in addition to “ An act to prohibit the importation of slaves into any port or place within the jurisdiction of the United States, from and after the 1st of January, in the year of our Lord 1808," and to repeal certain parts of the same; An act to adjust the claims to lots in the town of Vincennes, and for the sale of the land appropriated as a common for the use of the inhabitants of said town; and, An act concerning tonnage and discriminating duties in certain cases.
Mr. Cutts also notified the House, that the Senate having completed the legislative business before them, are ready to adjourn.
Ordered, That a message be sent to the Senate to inform them that this House having completed their business, are now ready to adjourn; and that the Clerk go with the said message.
The Clerk having delivered the said message, and being returned
The Speaker adjourned the House until the third Monday in November next, the day fixed by law for the next meeting of the Congress of the United States.
deceased officers and soldiers, at the military 241, 245
of col. Thomas, referred to the attorney general 351,447
8, 270, 319, 323, 325
(see resolutions, joint)
song at, suppressed; and the
the forces of the United States 11,197
proceedings ofthe persons who
formed the establishment at 29, 51
against the taking of 320, 411
117, 124, 129, 131, 134,
139, 142, 145, 155
(see bills, No. 73)
can be made in the expenses of the
(see bills, No. 55)
(see bills, No. 39)