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GUIDE
THIRTY-NINTH SESSION
December 10, 1816 - March 3, 1817

518 519-24

524-5

525

Indian tribes with whom treaties have been

made since the last session of Congress Army officers; Nominations of King of Sweden and Denmark; Treaty of

commerce with
Consular officers; Nominations of
Various Indian tribes; Resolutions

concerning
Civil officers; Nominations of
Marine Corps officers; Nominations of
Judicial and consular officers;

Nominations of
Army officers; Nominations of
King of Sweden and Denmark; Treaty of

commerce with
Naval officers; Nominations of

527-31 531-2, 534-5

533

537 539-40

541-2

543

SPECIAL SESSION
March 4 - 6, 1817

545 545-6

Presidential message calling special session
Attendance
Oath of office; Vice President of U.S.,

Daniel D. Tompkins
Inaugural address of Vice President

Tompkins
Inaugural address of President James

Monroe

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546

547-52

552

Oath of office of President Monroe
Naval officers; Nominations of
Executive Branch officers; Nominations of
Army officers; Nominations of
Judicial and civil officers; Nominations of

552

553 553-4 556-7

NOTE: These page numbers reflect those found at the bottom of the pages, not the pages of the original edition which remain at the top.

EXECUTIVE JOURNAL

(THIRTY-NINTII SESSION.)

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1816. The following written message was received from the President of the United States, by Mr. Todd, his Secretary : To the Senate of the l'nited States:

I lay before the Senate, for their consideration and advice, as to a ratification, treaties concluded with the several Indian tribes, according to the following statement: A List of Indian Iribes with rohom Ircaties have been made, since the

last session of Congress, viz: Ilons, and kickapoos, Iribes of Indians.-Treaty concluded at Fort Ilarrison, between Benjamin l’arke and the chicfs and headmen of thosc trihen, the 4th Junc, 1810.

Ollanoas, Chippetons, and Pollorcnlomecs. -Trcaly concluded at St. Louis, between Governors Clarke, bulwards, and Col. Cholcan, and the chiefs and healmcn of those tribes, on the 2412 August, 1816.

l'innebago Iribes.-Made by the same persons on part United States, anıl the hcailmon of this tribe, at St. Louis, 3d Junc, 1916.

Suchs Of Rock river. Made by samc, at St Louis, 13th May, 1816.

Siours, composing three Iribes: the Siours of the Leaf, the Siours of The Brond Lecit, and the Siours icho Shool on The Pine-tops. -Made and concluded by the name, at St Louir, 1st June, 1816.

Chickusaw Irihe. -Trcaty made by Gen. Jackson, David Mcrrcwether, Exq, and Jessc Franklin, 19., and the headmen of that nation, at Chick. Nan w Council-housc, 2011 Scplember, 1816.

Cherokee Iribe --Trcaty made by Gen. Jackson, David Merriwether, Fix, and Jesac. Franklin, Esq., and the headmen of that nation, at Tur. ker Town, on the 1th October, 1816.

Choclavo tribe. - Treaty made by Gen. John Coffee, John Rhca, and John McKec, Esqirs. and the licadincn and warriors of that nation, at the Choclaw trading-house, on thc 24th of October, 1816.

JAMES MADISON. December 10th, 1816. Thc mcasagr. and treatics were rcad. Ordered, that the Ircatics scverally pass to a second reading.

The following written mensage was also received from the President of the Unitcd Suales, by Mr. Todd, his Secretary: To ihe Senate of the United Stales:

Commissions haring insucd during the recess of the Senate, to the persons whose names are stated in the lious annexed to the encloscd letter from the Department of War, I nominate the name for the appointments and promotions respectivcly attached to thcir names.

JAMES MADISON. December 10:h, 1915.

Wax DEPARTMENT,

December 9th, 1916. SIR: I have the honor to lay before you a list of sclections mailc on the 17th of May last, to complete the army organization, and a list of promotions and appointments which have been made during the recess of the Scnatc.

I have the honor to be, Sir,

With perfect respect,
Your most obedient servant,

GEO: GRATIAM,

Acling Secrelury of War. The PRESIDENT of the United States. Selections from the deranged Officers, lu fill vacancies, and lo complete

the organization of the Army, on the 17th of May, 1816. J. N. Barker, latc Assistant Adjutant General, to be Assistarit Adjutant General, 8th April, 1814.

G. H Manigault, latc Assistant Inspector General, to be Assistant In. spector Gencral, 9th September, 1814.

S. Walsh, latc Surgeon, to be Post Surgcon, 9th August, 1813.

German Senter, late Surgcon, 29th Infantry, lo bc Post Surgeon, Oth July, 1814

B. Delcvan, latc Surgcon's Mate, 16th Infantry, to be Hospital Sur. gcon's Matc, 15th Apri, 1811.

For the Ordnance Department. Joseph S. Nelson, Captain, 36th Infantry, 30th April, 1813, to be 1st Liculcnant, 3012 April, 1813.

William Anderson, 1st Lieutenant, 13th Infantry, 1st October, 1814, to be 1st Licutenant, Ist October, 1814.

John W. Thompson, 1st Lichtenant, 14th Infantry, 26th June, 1813, to bc 2d Licutcnant, 6th July, 1812.

T. P. McMahon, 1st Lieutenant, 16th Infantry, 1st January, 1814, to bo 20 Lieutenant, 19th May, 1813. Charles Ward, acting Lieutenant, to be 3d Licutenant, 17th May, 1816.

For the Regiment of Light Artillery. Luther Leonard, Captain, to be Captain, 6th July, 1818.

J. L. Eastman, Captain, 4th Infantry, 31st July, 1813, to be Captain, 31st July, 1813.

John A. Shaw, Ist Licutenant, 1st Infantry, 21st February, 1814, to be 1st Liculcnant, 21st February, 1914.

For the Corps of Artillery. Matthew M. Payne, Caplain, 20th Infantry, 20 March, 1814, to be Captain, 2d March, 1814.'

Ethan A. Allen, Captain, to be Captain, 25th July, 1814.

Samuel Arnistrong, 1st Lieutenant, 4th Infantry, 9th March, 1814, to be 1st Licutenant, 9th March, 1814.

Robert McClelland, 1st Lieutenant, 6th Infantry, Ist May, 1814, to be Ist Liculenant, 1st May, 1914.

George D. Snyder, Int Licutenant, 5th Infantry, 2.5th June, 1814, to ho 2d Licutenant, 1st September, 1812.

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