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Navigation of the river Ohio, to appropriate $ 150,000 to improve the 97

Navy, contingent expenses of the, from 1824 to 1830, inclusive . 93

Navy pension fund, certain persons claiming support from the . 86

Navy, pay of captains, &c. in the ... . . . S5

Navy, on preserving the growth of live oak for the use of the . 102
New England asylum for the blind . . . .66

North Carolina gold mine districts, to establish assay offices in the 82

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Officers of the army, supernumerary, and cadets at the Military Aca-
demy, to reduce the number of the . .' . . 60
Officers, disbanded, of the late war, donations of land to the . 103
Officers in the navy, pay of the 0 . . . 85
Officers of the revolutionary army, memorial of the . 4
•Officers, &c. of the Virginia line, revolutionary army, on amending

act of last session for relief of . . , . . 119

Ohio r'\ver, appropriation of #150,000 to improve the navigation of the 97

Ohio sad Chesapeake canal company, memorial of the . . 31

Owens, Elizabeth . 42

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Park, Thomas v. * . .33

Pay of captains, &c. in the navy . . . . . .85

Pay of members of Congress . •. . . 34

Peck, Adam ....... 32

Penny, J. P. and E. B. . . * / . . 88

Penrose, Clement B. . . . .23

Pension fund, naval, certain persons claiming support from the . 86
Public lands in Alabama, memorial of sundry holders of certificates

of purchase and relinquishment of . . .9

Portugal, duties on rice in . . . . .115

Post Office Department, on contingent expenses of the . .118

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Rappleye, John R. . . . . .59

Raymer, Frederick . . . . . .17

Resolution No. 1. Infantry tactics. (Mr. Thompson, of Georgia.)
Resolution No. 2. Distribution of surplus revenue. (Mr. Martin.)
Revenue, surplus, distributibn of the (Mr. Polk) . . .51

Revolutionary army, memorial of the officers of the . 4

Bice, Hopkins ....... 22-

Rivers Tennessee and Holston, to improve the navigation of from

Suck to Knoxville . . . . 64

River Ohio, to improve the navigation of the . . 97

River Mississippi, to erect a dyke at Bonnet Carre point, on the . 63
River Ohio, to improve the navigation of the, memorial from Louis-
ville, Kentucky 0 . . . . • .11

Roberts, Major John ...... 6

Rodgers, John ... ... 12

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2d Session.

JONATHAN LINCOLN, ADM'R OF SAM'L B. LINCOLN.

Decemrer 17, 1830.

Mr. Whittlesey, from the Committee of Claims, made the following

REPORT:

The Committee of Claims, to which was referred the petition of Jonathan Lincoln, administrator of Samuel B. Lincoln, report:

That this case was favorably considered by the committee at the last session of Congress, and that a bill passed the House for the reKef of the petitioner, but was not definitely acted on in the Senate. The committee have again examined the evidence, and adopt the former report; and present I bill in all respects similar to the one heretofore reported.

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BERNARD KELLEY.

Decemrer 17, 1830.

Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, from the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, made the following

REPORT:

The Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, to which was referred the petition of Bernard Kettey, of Elbert county, in the State of Georgia, have had the subject under consideration, and report:

That the petitioner, in the year 1805, was postmaster in the town of Washington, Wilkes county, in the State of Georgia; that, during that year, the house of the petitioner, in which the post office was kept, together with the Youchers of payments made to the Post Office Department, money belonging to the office, all the records belonging to the office, and all of the property which the petitioner possessed, was, with a trifling exception, consumed by fire; that, at the time of that conflagration, there was a balance standing charged against the petitioner in the Post Office Department of 8173 82; that the vouchers of payments made to the Department, for which the petitioner did not receive credit, added to the money belonging to the office, and which was so destroyed, were more than equal to the balance then standing against him in the Post Office Department; that judgment was recovered in the district court for the district of Georgia, in favor of the Postmaster General of the United States, against the petitioner, for the said balance of 9173 82 principal, 8218 20 interest, and 843 80 costs, making, in the aggregate, the sum of 8435 82, all of which was paid by the petitioner. Satisfied, by the evidence submitted, that the material facts set forih by the petitioner are substantially true, your committee are of opinion that the petitioner is entitled to relief: they, therefore, report a bilj,

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