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INDEX TO THE DEBATES IN THE SENATE.
Adams (Massachusetts) memorial, complaining of the inju-
rious effects of the measures of the Govern-
Adams county (Pennsylvania) memorial, in relation to the
- removal of the deposites, 1725.
Addison county (Vermont) resolutions on deposites, 1594.
Adjournment of Congress proposed by the House of Rep-
resentatives, 1833; consideration postponed,
1880; proposition agreed to, 1917; subject
again discussed, and resolution laid on the o
Albany memorial, complaining of the removal of the de-
Albany memorial, contra, 1226.
Amcrican State Papers, a resolution authorizing the pur-
chase of thirteen copies, agreed to, 1725.
Appropriation bill taken up, 331; amended and passed,
a conference on ditto proposed by the House, and
agreed to, 337; report of the committee, §:
Appropriation bill for the army, from the House, reported
with two amendments, which were agreed to,
and the bill passed, 1718.
Appropriation, general, bill, taken up, 2021, 2030; or-
dered to a third reading, and passed, 2076.
Appropriations, (See Indian.)
Augusta (Georgia) memorial, asking a restoration of the
Augusta (Maine) memorial, against the removal of the de-
Bailey, Mountjoy, a bill for the relief of, taken up, 1835;
Baltimore, memorial of sundry merchants of, on embar-
rassments in the money market, referred, 716.
proceedings of a public meeting, 1584.
Baltimore and Washington railroad, a bill to aid in the con-
struction of, taken up, 1751; bill passed, 1761.
Bank of the United States, resolution introduccd by Mr.
Clay, calling on the Secretary of the Treasury
for certain statements, 24; called up for con-
sideration, 29; amended and agreed to.
resolutions by Mr. Clay, calling on the Secretary
of the Treasury for certain documents in relation
to the banks, 44; agreed to, 53.
report made by the Secretary of the Treasury, in
answer to the above call, 94; ordered to be
a bill for rechartering the bank. Mr. Webster
asked leave to introduce a bill for this purpose,
984—the question on granting leave discussed
at length. Subject resumed, 1057; motion laid
on the table, 1145.
Bank memorials, report showing the number of signers,
Boston memorial, against rechartering the Bank of the
United States, 1712.
Bouldin, Thomas Tyler, his death announced, and the
o resolutions for his funeral, mourning, &c.,
Bridgeport (Connecticut) memorial, on the subject of the
deposites, 1005; referred.
Brooklyn memorial, on the distressing state of the cur-
rency, 942; referred.
Buckner, Mr., notice of his decease, and the usual motion
of mourning by Mr. Benton, 11.
Burlington (Vermont) memorial, on the removal of the
deposites, 855; referred, 862.
Centre county (Pennsylvania) memorials, on the present
state of public affairs, 1251, 1583.
Chambersburg (Pennsylvania) proceedings of a meeting
in relation to the distresses of the country, 1107.
Chaplain, Rev. Mr. Hatch elected, 27. -
Cherokee memorial, complaining of the oppressions of
Chesapeake and Ohio canal, a resolution introduced from
the Legislature of Maryland in its favor, 1205.
Chittenden (Vermont) memorial, against the removal of
the deposites, 1240.
Claim of Elizabeth Robinson, a bill for the relief of, taken
up, 1746; passed, 1751.
Claims for lost property in the war with Great Britain, a
bill for, laid on the table, 2071.
Columbia county (Ohio) memorial, sustaining the Execu-
Columbia (Pennsylvania) proceedings of a whig meet-
Coins, a memorial from the banks of New York respect-
ing gold and silver coin, 1805.
Committees, appointment of, by the Senate, took up; a
resolution introduced by Mr. Sprague, 20; called
up for consideration, 27, and agreed to; election
postponed, 41; committees elected, 42.
Congress, a bill for an earlier meeting of, introduced,
1896; laid on the table, 1917.
Congress, a bill for rebuilding the frigate of this name
taken up and passed, 2127.
Connecticut, sundry petitions and resolutions in relation
to the distresses of the country, 656.
banks, the memorial of, on the deranged state of
the currency, 808.
Constitution, Mr. Benton
amend it, 20.
Mr. Bibb also introduced a resolution to amend it,
Mr. Kent also introduced a resolution to amend it,
Mr. Bibb’s amendment taken up, 1813, and reser-
red to a committee.
Mr. Benton's proposition referred to same com-
Culpeper (Virginia) memorial, against Executive pro-
ceedings in relation to the Bank of the United
Cumberland road, a bill appropriating money for a con-
tinuation of it, 1142; rejected on motion to en-
gross, 1239. The vote of rejection being recon-
sidered, the bill was recommitted, 1240; again
considered, 1716; ordered to a third reading,
1717; passed, 1718.
introduced a resolution to
Delaware, a memorial respecting the public deposites,
Dennis, Littleton Purnell, a member from Maryland, his
death announced, and orders taken for his fune-
Deposite banks, resolutions submitted by Mr. Southard,
1614; agreed to.
resolution instructing the Committee of Finance
to sit during the recess, to investigate the condi-
tion of the banks, agreed to, 2125.
Deposites, (See Government deposites.)
District code. On motion of Mr. Chambers, the report
of the joint committee of last session, on a system
of criminal laws, was referred to the Committee
on the District of Columbia, 96.
Door-keeper, assistant, Stephen Haight appointed, 19.
Duties on lead, a bill concerning, taken up, 2022.
Edgecomb county (North Carolina) proceedings of a
public meeting, 1538.
Election of President and Vice President, (See President.)
Ellsworth, Chief Justice, a bill to procure a marble bust
of him, to be placed in the Capitol, passed, 825.
Essex county (New Jersey) memorials, on the deranged
stake of the currency, 809,
Exiles from Poland, a bill granting them certain lands,
ordered to be engrossed, 1721; passed, 1724.
Faneuil IIall resolutions friendly to the administration,
Fife, James, a Creek Indian, a bill for his relief, passed,
Finances; instructions proposed to be given to the com-
mittee on this subject, 445; laid on the table,448.
resolution instructing the committee to inquire into
the effect of the present state of commercial
affairs on the revenue, 492.
Florida canals, a bill for making them, taken up, and laid
on the table, 1907.
Force bill; Mr. Calhoun gave notice that he would intro-
duce, on a certain day, a bill for the repeal of
this act, 18.
a bill for repealing the force bill introduced, 20;
taken up, 1266; referred to the Judiciary Com-
Foreign presents; a resolution, offered by Mr. Poindex-
ter, calling on the President for a schedule of
the several articles received by ministers, &c.,
at foreign courts, 199.
a report from the Department of State in answer
to the above call, 329, which was referred to the
Committee on Foreign Relations.
Foreign silver coins, a bill to regulate them, 2019; passed,
Fortifications, a bill making appropriations for, was taken
up, amended, and passed, 2124.
Frederick county (Maryland) against the removal of
thé deposites, 1814.
France, report of commissioners to carry into effect the
late treaty with, read, and ordered to be
French spoliations prior to 1800; Mr. Webster report-
ed the bill on this subject, with sundry amend-
ments, and made the order of a distant day, 141;
called up, 2000, 2024, 2033; postponed till
next session, 2040.
Fulton (Ohio) memorial, in favor of the Senate's having
joint authority with the President in the appoint-
ment and removal of officers, 1918,
Gold coins, a bill to regulate the circulation of foreign
gold coins in the United States, was po 2
Government deposites, a report from the Secretary of the
Treasury concerning their removal, 12, (See the
..?ppendix for the report.)
report called up for consideration, 25; postponed
to Monday next. Again taken up, 45; again
postponed. Subject resumed, 50.
resolution, offered by Mr. Clay, calling on the
President to inform the Senate whether a paper
purporting to have been read by him to the
heads of Departments, respecting the deposites,
be genuine or not, 27; called up for considera-
tion, 30; agreed to, 37.
President's message in answer to the above, (See
resolutions declaring that the President, in dis-
missing the Secretary of the Treasury because
he declined removing the deposites, and ap-
pointing his successor to effect that object,
had exercised a power not granted to him by
the constitution, &c., 58.
memorial presented on the subject, 141.
report of the Committee of Finance on the Secre-
tary of the Treasury’s report on the removal of
the deposites, 467; made the special order of a
certain day, and six thousand copies ordered to
be printed, 483; subject taken up, 892; resolu-
tions agreed to, 1182.
joint resolution proposing a restoration of the
deposites, offered by Mr. Clay, 1813, 1817; read
first time, and ordered to a second reading; pass-
a bill to regulate the public deposites in the State
banks, taken up and laid on the table, 2127.
Hallowell, Maine, memorial against the removal of de-
Hanover, Pennsylvania, proceedings of a meeting against
the removal of the deposites, 1480.
Hanover, Indiana, a bill granting lands to the college,
laid on the table, 1834.
Harbor bill, a bill for making improvements of certain
harbors, and clearing out certain rivers, con-
sidered, 2081; ordered to be read a third time,
and passed, 2083.
Hardware, a bill concerning the duties on, the amend-
ments concurred in, 2124, and passed.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, memorial against the Execu-
tive proceedings in relation to the bank, 1860.
Harrodsburg, Kentucky, memorial, 2019.
Hudson river, the bill to appropriate $70,000 for the im-
provement of the navigation of this river was
considered and passed, 2126.
Huntingdon county, Pennsylvania, proceedings of a public
Indian appropriations, a bill for making, passed to its third
Indian intercourse, a bill to regulate it, amended and
Indiana memorials, remonstrating against the measures of
the Executive, 1805.
Interest to States for advances, a bill providing for the
final settlement of, 1910; recommitted, 2007.
Jefferson county, Virginia, memorial for relief from em-
Johnston, Mr., notice of his death, and the usual motion
for mourning, by Mr. Clay, 11.
Renawha, Virginia, memorial complaining of cmbarrass-
Kentucky resolutions, in relation to the removal of the de-
posites, 605; referred, 606.
Kent county, Delaware, memorial praying for the restora-
tion of the deposites, 1454.
Rhode Island, memorial on the currency of the
proceedings of a public meeting, 2069.
Land Bill, (See Peto.)
Mr. Clay gave notice that he would, on a certain
day, introduce a new bill for the distribution of
the proceeds of the public lands, 18.
bill for distributing proceeds of land, introduced, 24.
Land; on motion of Mr. Benton, a graduation of the price
of public lands was ordered to be printed, 39.
a resolution, moved by Mr. Poindexter, calling on
the Commissioner of the General Land Office
for sundry particulars in relation to the public
sundry resolutions introduced by the same gentle-
man, directing the Land Committee to inquire
into alleged fraudulent sales of public lands, 754;
agreed to, 824.
resolution calling on the Secretary of War for the
name of the agent or agents who located the res-
ervations granted to individual Choctaw Indians,
775; agreed to.
report of the Committee on Public Lands on the
bill to appropriate the proceeds of the lands,
and on the reasons assigned by the President for
• returning the bill, 1599.
a bill to provide for the legal adjudication and
settlement of the claims to land therein men-
tioned, ordered to be engrossed, 1722.
evidence of fraud in the sale of, 2042, 2068.
a resolution giving to the Committee on Public
Lands authority to issue commissions to take
testimony during the recess, was taken up and
agreed to, 2128.
Lafayette, General, a resolution providing for a joint
committee to determine what token of respect
should be adopted in relation to his decease,
Mr. Webster's report on the subject, 2071; reso-
lution adopted, 2075.
Lake Champlain; a resolution proposed by Mr. Swift, for
the improvement of this lake, agreed to, 336.
Lancaster county (Pennsylvania) memorial, complaining
of pecuniary distress, 825.
Lead, duties on, (See Duties.)
Lexington (Kentucky) memorial, respecting the dis-
tress of the country, 1170.
Licking county (Ohio) memorial, praying for the restora-
tion of the deposites, 1728.
Light-houses; a bill reported, making appropriations for
building light-houses, &c., 2122; laid on the
table, 2123; reconsidered, 2123; laid on the ta-
ble, 2124; amended and passed, 2127.
Louisville (Kentucky) memorial, on the distresses of the
Lynn (Massachusetts) memorial, on removal of depo
Lyme (Connecticut) memorial, condemning the removal
of the deposites, 1992.
Maine, petitions in relation to the distress of the co;
memorials, 942, 1287. -
Marine corps, a bill for their better organization, read a
second and third time, and passed, 1833.
Mariners’ common schools, a memorial praying for aid in
supporting them, 1812.
Maryland; memorials from four banks of that State, 1056.
Maryland, Union Bank of, a resolution respecting, intro-
duced, 1141; agreed to, 1206.
Massachusetts resolutions, in relation to removal of de-
Mercer, ... of a meeting against
the removal of the deposites, &c., 1917.
Michigan, the Territory of, a bill authorizing the people
to form a separate State Government, a motion
to take it up immediately for consideration; bill
laid on the table, 1724.
Mobile memorial, complaining of a check given to their
Montgomery county (Pennsylvania) memorial, complain-
ing of the distresses of the country, 1803.
Muncy (Pennsylvania) memorials, in relation to the public
Muskingum county (Ohio) memorial, praying for the
abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia,
Navy; Mr. Webster reported a bill making appropriations
for the naval service for 1834, without amend-
New Bedford (Massachusetts) memorial, from the seve-
ral banks, on the distresses of the country, 745,
Newcastle county (Delaware) memorial, sustaining the
administration in the removal of the deposites,
New Hampshire memorials, complaining of the distress
of the country, 1538.
resolutions, sustaining the Executive, 2057, 2066.
New Jersey resolutions, in relation to the removal of the
memorials, in relation to the existing public dis-
resolutions, and memorial from Cumberland
county, on the same subject, 679.
petitions, respecting the currency, 862.
five memorials on ditto, 1049.
memorials, 1261, 1726.
resolutions and memorial, in favor of adminis-
proceedings of two different meetings, 1434.
New Orleans memorial, complaining of the distress of the
times, 1007; referred, 1019.
New York resolutions, in relation to the removal of the
deposites, 397; after debate, laid on the table,
416; referred to the Committee on Finance,
memorial, on the condition of the finances of the
country, 464; referred to the Committee on Fi-
memorial from the clerks, &c., of New York,
memorial from Troy and Schenectady, 1310.
Pennsylvania, and Michigan memorials, 1722.
memorials, opposed to the measures of the Execu-
Nelson county (Kentucky) memorial, opposed to the re-
moval of the deposites, 1732.
Norfolk memorial, on the embarrassments of the curren-
cy, 749; referred.
North Carolina resolutions, in relation to the removal of
the deposites, 529.
memorial from thence, on the distressed condition
of the country, 681. -
memorials, from Wilkesborough and Halifax, 1140.
another memorial from Wilkes, 1205.
Ohio memorials, complaining of pecuniary embarrass-
a bill establishing the northern boundary of, 1781;
taken up, 1899; ordered to be engrossed, 1906,
Ohio memorials, approving the course of the Executive,
Ontario county (New York) memorial, complaining of
the effects of recent measures of Government,
Order, questions of, 13, 14, 29, 485, 525, 970, 1115,
1387, 1420, 1606, 2066, 2067.
Pennsylvania petitions, in relation to the removal of the
deposites, G07; laid on the table, 612.
memorials, on the same subject, 717, 1581.
and New York memorials, complaining of the
measures of the Executive, 1782.
and South Carolina memorials, ditto, 1954.
and Kentucky memorials, 2027.
Pension fund; see message of the President on this sub-
ject, 462; report of the Judiciary Committee
on the subject, 573; 6,000 copies ordered to be
bill making appropriations for the payment of rev-
olutionary and other pensioners for the year
1834; read second and third time, and Poio
agency, report of the Judiciary Committee on the
subject, taken up, 1729, 1735.
roll, a resolution respecting the, taken up, 1824;
laid on the table, 1833; agreed to, 1899.
Pensions to French seamen, a bill for that purpose, 2041;
ordered to third reading, and passed, 2075.
a resolution offered by Mr. Preston, relative
to the mode of printing the pension information
called for by him, passed 2127.
Petersburg memorial, on the removal of the deposites,
876; referred, 892.
memorial, approving ditto, referred, 1112.
Petitioners, an order for ascertaining the number of, for
or against the removal of the deposites, 1302;
Philadelphia resolutions, remonstrating against the re-
moval of the deposites, 802; referred.
mechanics’ memorial, on the present state of the
country, 826; referred, 832. Another memo-
rial, 1006; referred.
memorial, 958; referred, 959.
memorial from silversmiths, &c., referred, 1141.
memorial of young men, 1145; referred, 1156.
Pitts, Seth, memorial of, a soldier of the Revolution,
Polish exiles, a bill reported for their relief, (See Eciles
from Poland;) bill taken up, 2124; passed, 2127.
Portsmouth (New Hampshire) memorial, in relation to the
removal of the deposites, 566.
Post Office; a resolution of Mr. Grundy, calling on the
Postmaster General for sundry statements, 47.
a resolution of the same gentleman, calling on the
Postmaster General for a report of money paid
by that Department since July, 1828, for 'ser-
vices rendered prior to that date, &c., agreed
. on the, read and discussed, 1914.
affairs, 2075; resolution appointing a committee to
act in the recess, passed, 2076.
Portage county (Ohio) memorial, complaining of the pub-
lic distress, 2063.
Potter, Elisha R., a resolution submitted for his compen-
sation, 2020; agreed to, 2037.
Potomac bridge, a bill making appropriations for, mod-
ified, and ordered to be engrossed for a third
reading, passed, 2127.
President's annual message received, 12.
message, in answer to a call upon him to state
whether a certain document was signed by him,
37; ordered to be laid on the table, 39.
President’s message, in relation to a refusal of the Bank
of the United States to give up the books, &c., in
relation to the pension fund, 462; referred to the
Judiciary Committee, 464.
his protest against the resolutions of the Senate
in relation to the deposites, 1317.
his explanatory message, 1393.
and Vice President, election of, Mr. Bibb's reso-
lution, 1954. -
resolution moved by Mr. Benton to strike out of
the journals the resolution passed on the 20th of
March, relating to the conduct of [the President
in relation to the removal of the deposites, 2128.
Prince George's county (Maryland) memorial, complain-
ing of the removal of the deposites, 1365.
Printing old journals, a proposition for, 1305.
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, proceedings of its citizens, 1761.
Privateer Roger, a bill for the relief of the owners and
crew of, negatived, 1906.
Providence (Rhode Island) memorial, in relation to the
removal of the deposites, 569.
Public printing; a resolution to repeal one passed in May,
1830, directing the Secretary of the Senate to
contract with the printer of the House for doc-
uments printed by order of the House, 810.
Public distress; Mr. Clay moved that the Committee of
Finance inquire into the expediency of affording
temporary relief to the community, by prolong-
ing the payment of revenue bonds, 223; after
discussion, the resolution and a proposed amend-
ment were laid on the table, 233.
Public buildings, a bill making appropriations for, read a
third time, 2124.
officers, (See Removal of.)
Rhode Island election, contested, 2, 12.
committee of reference appointed, 19.
report of the committee on the subject, 804.
a counter report presented, laid on the table,
1230; taken up, 1252; and ordered to be print-
ed, 1257; again considered, and agreed to, 1813.
memorials, respecting pecuniary embarrassments,
1108; referred, 1112.
memorials, respecting pecuniary embarrassments,
1456, referred, 1717.
resolutions, remonstrating against the measures
of the Executive in relation to the Bank of the
United States, 1910.
Robinson, Elizabeth, (See Claim of.)
Ross county (Ohio) memorial, on the subject of the cur-
Rule of the Senate proposed to be amended, 1288.
Salem memorial, on the state of public affairs, 1258.
proceedings on ditto, 1315.
Schuylkill county, a memorial on the distress of the
Scott county (Kentucky) memorial, against the claims
recently asserted by the Executive power, 1896.
Secretary of the Senate, Walter Lowrie appointed, 19.
Senators, list of, 1.
Sergeant-at-arms, J. Shackford appointed, 19.
Shaler, William, a bill granting to him a pension, 2001;
ordered to be engrossed.
Shenandoah county (Virginia) resolutions, 960.
Shepherd, Moses, a bill for relief of his representatives,
2023; ordered to a third reading.
Slavery in the District of Columbia, petitions presented
against it, 198, 1260.
Spencer, Oliver M., a bill for relief of, rejected, 1919.
Steamboat accidents; a resolution offered by Mr. Webster,
instructing the Committee on Naval Affairs to
inquire into the expediency of passing a law for
preventing, as far as may be, accidents in steam
vessels employed in commerce, 54; agreed to,
Stirling’s, Lord, heirs, a bill for the relief of, ordered to
be engrossed, 2000.
Tarborough (North Carolina), memorial, approving of
the measures of the administration, 1259.
Tariff, Mr. Frelinghuysen offered a resolution calling on
the Secretary of the Treasury for the construc-
tion put on the tariff of last session, 200; agreed
Secretary of the Treasury’s report on ditto, 202;
which was ordered to lie on the table.
Tolland county (Connecticut) memorial, 2024.
Tompkins county (New York) memorial, against the re-
moval of the deposites, 1993.
Toulon accident, a message from the President, 2035.
(See Pensions to French seamen.)
Treasury, Secretary of, his annual report received, 44.
suits; a bill introduced to repeal the act for the
better organization of the Treasury, passed in
Mr. Webster’s resolution calling on the Secretary
for monthly returns of the Bank of the United
States, from August, 1833, to February, 1834,
Mr. Poindexter's call on the Secretary for copy of
any order or Treasury draft for the removal of
public money from the Planters' Bank at Natch-
ez, 747; agreed to, 750.
his report, responsive to Mr. Clay's resolution, in
- relation to the Union Bank of Maryland, 1242;
ordered to be printed.
call upon him for the names of the agents employ-
ed to transact the business of the Treasury with
the deposite banks, 1260.
call for the amount of proceeds of the sale of pub-
lic lands, and the number of acres sold in 1833,
Troy (New York) memorial, from the citizens, on ac-
count of the evils experienced from the removal
of the deposites, 681; referred.
Union county, Pennsylvania, memorial on the distresses
of the country, 1453.
Utica, New York, memorial on the distresses of the coun-
try, 1527. . . .
Van Horne, Ralph, his petition as a mail contractor, 1953.
Vermont resolutions on the removal of the deposites, 958.
memorial, 1289, 1594.
Veto on the land bill, the President's message announcing
it, 14, (See Appendix for the Message.)
Vice President, pro tem., Mr. Poindexter elected, 2122;
Virginia memorial and resolutions in relation to the re-
moval of the deposites, 604.
resolutions adopted by the Legislature, in relation
to the deposites, 636.
Virginia, resolutions of the young men of Richmond and
scrip; resolution calling on Treasury Department
for the amount issued, 2021.
land warrants; a bill to appropriate land to satisfy
them, considered and laid on the table, 2127.
Volunteers and militia; a bill granting compensation to
such as had lost horses, &c. in the war with
Black Hawk, 1896.
Wake county, North Carolina, proceedings of a public
meeting approving of the removal of the de-
Washington city, a bill for the benefit of, taken up, 2078;
considered and passed, 2079.
Washington county, Ohio, memorial complaining of the
effects produced by the removal of the de-
Watervliet, New York, memorial in relation to public
distress, 1188; referred.
Westchester resolutions on the subject of removing the
West Indies, trade with, a resolution introduced by Mr.
Sprague, calling on the Secretary of the Trea-
sury for the amount of trade between the United
States and the West Indies, 139; resolution
agreed to, 140. Report was received as a
whole, but Mr. Shepley moved a resolution for
the information in detail, 333; agreed to, 336.
report on the call made by the last resolution, 373.
Wheeling, a memorial on the embarrassments of the cur-
Wilmington, Delaware, proceedings in relation to the
protest of the President, 1735.
Windham county, Connecticut, memorial complaining of
stagnation of business, 2065. s
Wisconsin, a bill for establishing the Territorial Govern-
ment of, taken up and laid on the table, 1906.
Yeas and nays on committing the subject of the Rhode
Island election to a special committee, 11.
on excusing the President pro tem. from voting on
the question of the Senate’s appointing its own
on resolution calling on the President to know whe-
ther a certain document was signed by him, 37.
on Mr. Benton’s amendment to Mr. Clay's resolu-
tions in relation to the deposites, 143.
on printing three thousand copies of the report of
the Judiciary Committee in relation to the pen-
sion fund and the Bank of the United States, 574.
on postponing a question in relation to the public
on an amendment to one of Mr. Poindexter's reso-
lutions in relation to public lands, 824.
on receiving the York county memorial, 978.
on laying on the table the motion asking leave to
introduce a bill for rechartering Bank United
on agreeing to the resolutions of the Committee of
Finance in relation to the removal of the de-
on .# the Cumberland road bill, 1239.
on passage of the bill authorizing the Governors of
the several States to transmit certain documents
free of postage, 1258.
on indefinitely postponing a bill for the relief of
John McCartney, 1288. -
on laying on the table the bill authorizing the re-
linquishment of the sixteenth sections of public
lands for the use of schools, 1316.
on an appeal from the decision of the Chair on a
point of order, 1450.