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An act explanatory of the act for the relief of James Leander Cath

cart, passed May fifteenth, in the year of our Lord one thousand

eight hundred and twenty. An act for the relief of John Holmes. An act for the relief of Sally Vance. Resolution providing for the distribution of the marshal's returns of

the fourth census. Resolution providing for the distribution of the secret journal and fo

reign correspondence of the old Congress, and of the journal of the

Convention which formed the constitution of the United States. Resolution directing the classification and printing of the accounts of

the several manufacturing establishments, and their manufactures, collected in obedience to the tenth section of the act providing for

taking the fourth census. Resolution providing for the security in the transmission of letters,

&c. in the public mails.

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INDEX.

A.

Alabama, legislature of, memorial of, presented and referred 30, 81

resolutions of, communicated 76, 82
committee discharged

312
Alabama, petition of a number of inhabitants of, presented and
referred

162
Do
do

do

193
committee discharged

271
Alexandria, memorial of a number of the citizens of the town
of, presented

114
American colonization society, memorial of, presented

111
American philosophical society held at Philadelphia, memo-
rial of, presented

69
American society for the encouragement of domestic manufac-
tures, memorial of, presented and referred

75
Antoine Bienvenue, leave to withdraw his

papers

25

B.

Babbitt, Jacob, petition of, presented and referred

119
letter from the first Comptroller of the Trea-
sury in relation to the petition of

125
Bacot, Thomas, W. petition of, presented and referred

97
report by bill

186
Baltimore, memorial of the Chamber of Commerce of the city
of, presented and referred

64, 145
Baltimore, memorial of inhabitants of, presented and referred 171
Bancroft, James, committee discharged therefrom

300
Bank of the United States, memorial of, presented and referred 40
Barbour, Mr. attended

4
Barbour, Philip P. Speaker of the House of Representatives 6
Barker, Jacob, petition of, presented and referred

43
report

121, 123

O

69

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Barton, Mr. attended

5
Bay, Elibu Hall, and others, petition of, presented and referred 217
Benton, Mr. attended and qualified -

21
Belden, Ezekiel P. leave to withdraw his papers
Bienvenue, Antoine, petition of, presented and referred

67
report on

142, 146, 151, 157
Biggs, William, petition of, presented and referred

81
committee discharged

317
Black, Alexander, and David Melville, petition uf, presented
and referred

240
Blakeley, citizens of, petition of, presented and referred

32
Blanchard, F. B. and Paul Lanusse, memorial of

32
report

50, 53, 57, 62, 68, recom. 197, rep. 218, 219, 299
documents in relation to the claim of

196
Boardman, Mr. attended

3
Boardman, Daniel, petition of, presented and referred

71
Boyd, Joseph C. petition of, presented and referred .

127
report by bill

165
Bristol, Rhode Island, merchants and rope makers of, memo-
rial of, presented and referred
merchants and others of, Do

do

55
Brown, Mr. of Louisiana, attended

4
Brown, Mr. of Ohio, attended

68
Brown, Joseph, petition of, presented and referred

79
committee discharged, and leave to withdraw papers 103
Buel, Samuel, petition of, presented and referred

125
report on

243, 247
Bulfinch, Charles, architect of the Capitol, letter from, com-
municated and referred

165
Bullus, Charlotte I. memorial of, presented and referred 112
report on

147
Burke, county of, in Georgia, petition of inhabitants of, pre-
sented and referred

46

41

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BILLS.

Alabama, to provide for paying to the state of, three per cent. of the

sales of certain lands

1 and 2 r. and com. 101, rep. 115, 202.
Admiralty and maritime jurisdiction, to define

1 r. 125, 2 r, and com, 127, rep. 155, 191, 193, 3 r. and p. 195

BILLS.

Anderson, John, for the relief of

1 r. 216, 2 r. and com. 217, rep. 239, 260, 3 r. and p. 263, ex.

268, s. 269, pr. 276, ap. 309.
Annuities to certain Indian tribes, to provide for, and to carry into

effect the treaty of Saganaw.

1 r. 335, 2 r. and com. 336, rep. 344, 3 r. and p. 370, ex. 372,

s. 373, pr. 375, ap. 376.
Apportionment of representatives among the several states according

to the fourth Census.
1 and 2 r. 117, com. 118, rep. 121, 128, 131, recom. 133, rep.

136, 3 r. and p. 143, 164, ex. and s. 164, pr. 168, ap. 180.
Appropriations, making partial, for the support of the navy,

1 and 2 r, and com. 119, rep. 121, 3 r. and p. 128, ex. 131, s. 131,

134, pr. 142, ap. 146.
Appropriations for the military service of the United States, making

164, 1 and 2 r. and com. 166, rep. 172, 3 r. and p. 183, ex. 186,

s. 189, pr. 194, ap. 211.
Appropriations for the support of government for the year 1822.

1 and 2 r. and com. 263, rep. 276, 284, 285, 289, 3 r. and p. 295,

299, 303, 309, ex. 315, s. 316, 318, pr. 319, ap. 327.
Appropriations for the support of the navy of the United States for

the year 1822.
1 and 2 r. and com. 267, rep. 284, 295, recom. 304, rep. 306, 3 r.

and p. 310, ex. 315, s. 316, 318, pr. 319, ap. 353.
Appropriations for the public buildings.

1 and 2 r. and com. 267, rep. 283, 297, 3 r. and p. 302, 309, 310,

ex. 315, s. 316, 318, pr. 319, ap. 327.
Appropriations to defray the expenses of missions to the independent

nations on the American continent.
1 and 2 r. and com. 267, rep. 279, 298, 312, 314, 3 r. and p. 318,

ex. 319, s. 327, 328, pr. 333, ap. 353.
Appropriations for the military service of the United States, making

further
1 r. 335, 2 r. and com. 336, rep. 348, 3 r. and p. 349, 362, ex. 372,

s. 373, pr. 375, ap. 377.

B.

Babbit, Jacob, for the relief of

1 r. 141, 2 r. 146, 205, 3 r. and p. 208.
Bacot, Thomas W. for the relief of

1 r. 186, 2 r. 187, 3 r. and p. 262.
Bailey, Jonathan S. for the relief of

1 r. 212, 2 r. and com. 212, rep. 218, 260, 3 r. and p. 262, ex. 268,

s. 269, pr. 276, ap. 309.
Bainbridge, Joseph, for the relief of

1 r. 341, 2 r. com. and rep. 345, 363, 3 r. and p. 364, ex. and s.

374, pr. 375, ap. 378.
Baltimore, for the relief of sundry citizens of

1 and 2 r. and com. 269, rep. 283, 298, 3 r, and p. 301, ex. 305,

s. 310, pr. 312, ap. 316.

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