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proposed, 663; resolution referred to the Com-
funeral, 807.

mittee op Military Affairs, 554.
Steamboat accidents

, resolution of inquiry for some regu- West Point Academy, resolutions introduced to abolish,
lation to prevent, introduced, and adopted, 739.

583; laid on the table, 684.
Stevenson, Andrew, elected Speaker of the House, 470. Yeas and Nays on passing bill for relief of widows, chil-

address of, 470; oath of office administered to, dren, &c. of officers, seamen, &c. lost in the sloop
471.

of war Hornet, 680.
Sugar cane, vegetables, grains, seeds, shrubs, &c. resola on third reading bill to remit duties on goods de-
tions introduced to obtain from abroad such as

stroyed by fire, 622.
gre adapted to the soil and climate of the United on third reading revolutionary pension bill, 629.
States, 554 ; agreed to, 656.

on passing same, 636.
Tariff, debate on the reference of that part of the Presi on passing resolution in relation to pay of mem-
dent's appual message which relates to the, 472,

bers, 720.
473, 474.

on third reading Buffalo road bill, 790.
Tariff of duties op imports, bill to reduce the introduced, on adopting report of Judiciary Committee in the
556; second reading objected to, 656 ; laid on the

case of Judge Peck, 818.
table; 556; motion to take up, negatived, 1016. on laying on the table resolutions in relation to the
Tariff. (See Drawback-Duties on Imports.)

constitutionality of the United States' Bank, 922.
Tea and coffee. (See Duties.)

on third reading bill in alteration of the acts layiog
Tennessee, resolution introduced in relation to the disposi duties on imports, 979.

tion of the refuse lands in, 474 ; memorial of the on passing same, 987.
State of, in relation to, referred to Select Com op laying on table bill to amend laws of navigation
mittee, 480. (See Lands.)

and imposts, 993.
Treasury, annual report of the Secretary of, communi. on third reading bill for the removal of the Indians,
cated, 475. (See Appendix, 65.)

1133.
War, report of the Secretary of, accompanying the Presi on passing Maysville road bill, 1147.
dent's annual message, (Appendix,) 19.

on passing bill authorizing a subscription to stock in
Washington and Frederick Road Company, bill from the Louisville and Portland Canal Company, 1148.

Senate authorizing a subscription to the stock of on passing bill authorizing a subscription to the
the, passed, 1148.

stock of the Wasbington and Frederick Road
West Point Academy, resolution introduced, calling for Company, 1148.

information in relation to the cadets who bave on passing bill to pay the claim of the State of
been graduated at, &c. &c. 551; amendments Massachusetts, 1148.

INDEX TO THE SPEAKERS NAMES IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

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INDEX TO THE NAMES OF THE SPEAKERS

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.

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Alexander, Mr. on pay of members, 667.

Blair, Mr. of Tennessee, on Tennessee refuse lands, 480.
penitentiary punishment District of Columbia, 822, Buffalo and New Orleans road, 657, 789.

1121. Blair, Mr. of South Carolina, on distribution of public
Alston, Mr. op electing a clerk to the House, 471.

lands, 496, 497.
Anderson, Mr. op drawback on rum, 598, 605.

military academy at West Point, 552, 553, 554.
Angel, Mr. on the Buffalo and New Orleans road, 730, the tariff, 870.

804, 805. Bouldin, Mr. on establishing circuit courts, 571.
the tariff, 974.

Buffalo and New Orleans road, 732.
Archer, Mr. of Virginia, on standing committee of educa crimes in the District of Columbia, 754, 755, 822.
tion, 476.

the tariff, 942.
New York memorial respecting southern Indians, Brown, Mr. on the tariff, 977.

511. removal of the Indians, 1123.
Buffalo apd New Orleans road, 789.

Baltimore and Ohio rail-rond, 1136.
referring President's message in relatiou to colonial Buchanap, Mr. on electing a Clerk to the House, 471.
trade, 1187.

appointing the standing committees of the House,
Barbour, Mr. P. P. on the tariff, 556.

472.
revolutionary pensions, 627, 628, 437.

printing annual treasury report, 475.
survey bill, 721.

compensation of members, 488.
business of the District of Columbia, 734.

distribution of public lands, 489.
Buffalo and New Orleans road, 790, 791, 805.

bill to establish circuit courts, 530, 580.
penitentiary punishment District of Columbia, 826. diplomatic expenses, 558.
the salt duty, 1049, 1139.

removal of the Indians, 581.
the message vetoing the Maysville road bill, 1143. ardent epirits in the navy, 589.
Barbuur, Mr. J. S. on the Buffalo and New Orleans road, memorial New England Society of Frievds, 593, 594.

804. revolutionary pensioners, 628.
penitentiary punishment District of Columbia, 822, cabe of Judge Peck, 637, 737, 746, 747, 748, 751,

1121.

810, 819, 863, 866, 869, 872.
Barringer, Mr. announces the death of Mr. Holmes, 477. appropriations for fortifications, &c. 722.
revolutionary pensions, 627.

Buffalo and New Orleans rond, 808.
Buffalo and New Orleans road, 718.

penitentiary punishment District of Columbia, 822,
survey bill, 722.

824.
tea and coffee duties, 808.

the tariff, 964, 966, 977, 978.
salt duties, 808, 994.

Burges, Mr. on electing a clerk to the House, 471.
penitentiary punishment District of Columbia, 822. compensation of members of Congress, 482, 483,
Tennessee refuse lands, 878.

488.
the tariff, 966, 974.

distributiou of the public lands, 506,511.
pay of marine officers, 1139.

or reinoval of the ladians, 581, 1122.
molasses and rum duty, 1139.

ardent spirits in the navy, 688.
Bates, Mr. of Massachusetts, on removal of the Indians, memorial New England Society of Friends, 591,
581.

593.
memorial New England society of Friends, 591, printing State laws relative to the Indiaus, 596, 598.

593. relief purchasers public lande, 613, 623.
revolutionary pensions, 624, 627, 630.

revolutionary pensions, 627, 128, 687.
extension of the pension law, 637.

pepsione, 739.
pensions, 683, 735.

case of Judge Peck, 753, 815, 819.
appropriations for fortifications, &c., 722,

# crimes in the District of Columbia, 754, 765, 822.
case of Judge Peck, 746, 753.

Buffalo and New Orleans road, 805.
navigation and impost law, 865.

tea apd coffee duties, 807.
culture of silk, 869.

the tariff, 923, 964.
the tariff, 902.

repealiug salt duty, 1016, 1037.
removal of Indians, 1049, 1133.

Cambreleng, Mr. on electing a clerk to the House, 471.
Baylor, Mr. on relief to purchasers of public lands, 613, appointing the standing committees, 472.

623. New York memorial respecting southern Indiads,
1.B. Kentucky deaf and dumb asylum, 767.

506,511.
Barnwell, Mr. on the tariff, 892.

the tariff, 656, 623, 902, 965, 966, 974, 986.
Bell, Mr. on western armory, 479.

diplomatic expenses, 559.
New York memorial respecting southern Indians, removal of Indians, 582.

507. reinigsion of duties, 622.
condition of the Indians, 541.

pay of members, 720.
removal of the Indians, 580, 819, 988, 993, 1046, reducing officers of the army, 756.

1122, 1135. tea and coffee duties, 803.
memorial New England society of Friends, 593.

Buffalo and New Orleans road, 803.
printing State laws in relation to Indians, 594, 595, navigation and impost laws, 863, 866, 988.

598.

culture of silk, 869.
revolutionary pensions, 680.

*. referring President's message in relation to colonial
case of Judge Peck, 786, 810.

trade, 1137, 1138.
Tennessee refuse lands, 873.

Campbell, Mr. on the tariff, 618, 623.
Baltimore and Ohio rail-road, 1137.

Carson, Mr. on establishing western armory, 474, 475,
the message vetoing the Maysville road bill, 1145.

479,
Blair, Mr. of Tennessee, on western armory, 479.-

establishing branch of mint in North Carolina, 483.
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Carson, Mr. on compensation to members, 488, 492. Desba, Mr. on reducing officers of the army, 756, 767,
remission of duties, 622.

790, 819.
revolutionary pensions, 627, 634, 635.

removal of the Indians, 1123.
Buffalo and New Orleans road, 661, 668, 718, 734, De Witt, Mr. on pensions, 739.

789, 790, 804, 805. Buffalo and New Orleans road, 790.
Maysville road, 842.

Doddridge, Mr. on relief to purchasers public lands, 623.
Tennessee refuse lands, 873.

case of Judge Peck, 746, 810.
the tariff, 965, 978, 979.

the tariff, 966, 972.
pay of marive officers, 1134, 1135, 1139.

Dorsey, Mr. on military academy at West Point, 563.
Chilton, Mr. on western armory, 474, 479.

relief to officers, &c, of the Hornet sloop of war,
compevsation of members, 488, 493.

571, 576.
cultivation of the sugar cane, 554.

Drayton, Mr. on forage to officers of the army, 499, 500.
ardept spirits in the pavy, 589.

New York memorial southern lodians, 508.
on remission of duties, 622.

courts martial in the army, 575.
revolutionary pensions, 624, 628, 635.

ardent spirits in the navy, 575.
Pensions, 683.

fortifications on lake Champlain, 629, 636, 656.
Buffalo and New Orleans road, 718.

revolutionary pensions, 637.
the tariff, 977, 986.

survey bill, 721.
repealing the salt duty, 1037, 1049.

appropriations for fortifications, &c., 722.
culture of silk, 1122.

case of Judge Peck, 746, 747, 748.
the message vetoing the Maysville road bill, 1141. crimes in the District of Columbia, 755, 822.
Claiborne, Mr. op relief to officers, &c. of the Hornet, reducing officers of the army, 756, 757, 810.

575. tariff, 797, 912, 974, 978,
Clark, Mr. on revolutionary pensions, 627, 628.

pay of marine officers, 1113, 1134, 1139.
Clay, Mr. on distribution of public lands, 500.

referring President's message in relation to the co-
relief purchasers public lands, 612, 623.

lonial trade, 1137.
case of Judge Peck, 637, 736, 746, 748, 810. Duncan, Mr. on distribution of public lands, 487.
internal in. provement bill
, 682, 720.

Baltimore and Obio railroad, 1137.
reducing price of public lands, 922.

reducing the price of public lands, 1148.
Coleman, Mr, on the Maysville road bill, 827.

Dwight, Mr.on forage to officers of the army, 499.
Coke, Mr. on the Buffalo and New Orleans road, 718,724. revolutionary pensions, 629.
Condict, Mr. on appointing the standing committees of the fortification on lake Champlain, 656.
House, 472.

pay of members, 666.
military academy at West Point, 554.

, reducing officers of the army, 757.
ardent spirits in the pavy, 584.

removal of Indians, 819.
Conner, Mr. on tea and coffee duties, 803.

Earll, Mr. on repealing salt duty, 994, 1049.
salt duties, 807, 808, 994, 1049.

Ellsworth, Mr. on establishing circuit courts, 568.
Tennessee refuse lands, 873.

relief to officers, &c., of the Hornet, 579.
culture of silk, 1122.

ardent spirits in the pavy, 588.
Coulter, Mr. on compensation of members of Congress, printing States laws relative to the Indians, 694.

483, 683. revolutionary pensioners, 628.
case of Judge Peck, 736.

internal improvement bill, 721,
Craig, Mr. of Virginia, on memorial New England society case of Judge Peck, 746, 749, 815.
of Friends, 593.

Buffalo and New Orleans road, 805, 806.
revolutionary pensions, 627.

Evans, Mr. of Maine, on the ta 623.
Buffalo and New Orleans road, 674, 718, 732.

removal of the Indians, 1037.
case of Judge Peck, 736.

Everett, Mr. of Massachusetts, on the reference of the
the tariff, 974.

President's annual message, 473.
Crawford, Mr. on establishing circuit courts, 571.

military academy at West Point, 554.
Buffalo and New Orleans road, 705.

diplomatic expenses, 559.
the tariff, 884, 965.

relief to officers, &c., of the Hornet, 579.
Crocket, Mr, ou disposing of the refuse lands in Tennessee, removal of Indians, 582, 1058, 1122.
474, 480, 819, 869, 873.

printing State laws relative to the jIndians, 594,
military academy at West Point, 553, 583.

595, 598.
revolutiovary pensions, 634.

revolutionary pensions, 627.,
Buffalo and New Orleans road, 716, 804.

pay of members, 686.
appropriations for fortifications, &c. 722.

case of Judge Peck, 736, 814, 815.
Maysville road, 842.

reducing officers of the army, 757. !
Daniel, Mr. on western armory, 480.

the tariff, 902.
mernorial New England society of Friends, 592.

referring President's message in relation to the
establishing circuit courts, 612, 624.

British colonial trade, 1137.
Kentucky deaf and dumb asylum, 761.

Fioch, Mr. fortification on lake Champlain, 636.
reducing officers of the army, 775.

Foster, Mr. on New York memorial respecting southern
the message vetoing the Maysville road bill, 1140.

Indians, 511.
Davis, Mr. of South Carolina, on the reference of the Pre printing Indian law of Georgia, 686, 594...
sident's annual message, 473.

ai Maysville road, 820, 822, 827.
standing committee of education, 475.

Gilmore, Mr. on western armory, 479.
compensation of members of Congress, 481.

spu removal of the Indians, 1135.
business of the District of Columbia, 734." Goodenow, Mr. on removal of Indians, 582.
the salt duty, 1049.

printing Indian law of Georgia, 585, 595, 597.
Davis, Mr. of Massrchusetts, on the tariff, 872, 873, 964, memorial New England society of Friends. 598, 694,

97.1. remission of duties, 622. gate to
Davenport, Mr. of Virginia, on repealing salt duty, 994. revolutionary pensions, 637. it on
Deony, Mr. on the tariff
, 916.

pay of members, 667. Of
Desha, Mr. on introducing a resolution to establish a west-Gorham, Mr.on remission of duties, 622. ok
ern armory, 474.

the tariff, 623, 896, 964, 966.T.

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Gorham, Mr. on tea and coffee duties, 803.

Johnson, Mr. of Ky. nominates Virgil Maxcy, of Maryland,
salt duties, 808.

to be clerk, 471.
navigation and impost laws, 865.

establishing western armory, 475, 479.
Grendell, Mr. on Tennessee refuse lands, 869, 873.

distribution of public lands, 478.
Hall, Mr. on standing committee of education, 475.

compensation of members of Congress, 482.
revolutionary pensions, 635.

military academy at West Point, 553.
burvey bill, 721.

establishing circuit courts, 580.
Maysville road, 836, 841.

Maysville road, 840.
the tariff, 986.

Johnson, Mr. Cave, op reducing officers of the army, 815.
Haynes, Mr. ou distribution of public lands, 479, 485.

Tennessee refuse lands, 873.
western armory, 480.

Kennon, Mr. on the message vetoing the Maysville road
compensation of members of Congress, 481.

bill, 1147.
military academy at West Point, 554.

Kincaid, Mr.on Kentucky deaf and dumb asylum, 757, 758.
removal of Indians, 582.

King, Mr. on the salt duty, 1120.
memorial New England society of Friends, 593. Lamar, Mr. on removal of Indians, 582.
case of Judge Peck, 637.

fortification on lake Champlain, 656.
Maysville road, 821.

removal of the Indians, 1112, 1123.
penitentiary punishment District of Columbia, 822. Lea, Mr. on internal improvement bill, 682.
culture of silk, 1121.

Buffalo aud New Orleans road, 776.
Hemphill, Mr. on the Buffalo and New Orleans road, 637, the tariff, 974, 976.

806. Lecompte, Mr. on revolutionary pensions, 634.
internal improvement bill, 682. -

Letcher, Mr. on compensation of members, 492.
removal of the Indians, 1131, 1134.

forage to officers of the army, 498.
Hoffman, Mr, on the condition of the Indians, 541.

Kentucky deaf and dumb asylum, 759.
relief to officers, &c. of the Hornet, 579.

Buffalo and New Orleans road, 790.
ardept spirits in the davy, 584, 587.

Maysville rond, 820, 821, 833.
printing State laws relative to the Indians, 594. Lewis, Mr. on distribution of the public lands, 503.
fortification on lake Champlain, 636.

relief purchasers of public lands, 613, 623.
revolutionary pensione, 637.

removal of Indiaus, 998, 1122.
repealing salt duty, 1016, 1037, 1049.

Lumpkin, Mr. op New York memorial respecting southern
Howard, Mr. on revolutionary pensions, 828.

Indians, 508.
the tariff, 965.

pripting Indian law of Georgia, 585, 594, 597.
Baltimore and Ohio rail road, 1136.

removal of ludians, 819, 988, 1016, 1039.
Hubbard, Mr. on memorial New England society of Mallary, Mr. on appointing the standing committees, 472.
Friends, 590, 591.

distribution of public lands, 478, 486, 495.
revolutionary pensions, 627.

westeru armory, 479, 480.
Buffalo and New Orleans road, 760.

New York memorial respecting southern Indians,
Hunt, Mr. on distribution of public lands, 477, 501, 537,

509,

drawback on rum, 609.
fortification on lake Champlain, 636.

* relief purchasers public lands, 613.
the tariff, 978.

fortifications on lake Champlain, 629.
Huntington, Mr. on establishing circuit courts, 560.

survey bill, 722.
printing Indian law of Georgia, 586.

business of the District of Columbia, 734.
case of Judge Peck, 746, 750, 815.

the tariff, 795, 912, 965, 974.
removal of the Indians, 1049.

navigation and impost laws, 863, 865.'
Thrie, Mr. on tariff, 978.

Martin, Mr. on referring the President's annual message,
Ingersoll, Mr. on the military academy at West Point,

473.
551, 554. distribution of public lands, 477, 484, 626.
diplomatic expenses, 556, 558.

tbe tariff, 614, 965.
printing State laws relative to the Indians, 595.

revolutionary pensions, 628. :
business of the District of Columbia, 722, 734.

survey bill, 721.
case of Judge Peck, 737.

appropriations for fortifications, &c. 722,
crimes in the District of Columbia, 755.

case of Judge Peck, 746, 748.
tea and coffee duties, 807.

Hi, crimes in the District of Columbia, 756.
the salt duty, 1120.

Buffalo and New Orleans road, 805.
Baltimore and Ohio rail-road, 1137.

Maysville road, 840.
Irvin, Mr. on relief to purchasers public lands, 623.

repealing salt duty, 994, 1016.
reducing the price of the public lanıls, 922, 1148.

culture of silk, 1122.
the tariff, 974.

Magee, Mr. on the Buffalo and New Orleans road, 805.
repealing the duty on salt, 986.

Martindale, Mr. on the tariff, 945.
Baltimore and Ohio rail-road, 1137.

M'Coy, Mr. op relief purchasers public lands, 613, 623.
Irwin, Mr. of Pennsylvanin, on the tariff, 624.

announces the death of Mr. Alexander Smyth.
survey bill, 721.

Tennessee refuse lands, 873.
Buffalo and New Orleans road, 723.

the tariff, 974.
Isacks, Mr. op Tennessee refuse lands, 480.

M'Duffie, Mr. on referring the President's appual message,
relief purchasers public lands, 613, 623.

473, 474.
Buffalo and New Orleaos road, 661, 745.

fitting out the frigate Brandywine, 481.
Kentucky deaf and dumb asylum, 760.

New York memorial respecting southern Indians,
reducing price of public lands, 922.

511.
the message vetoing the Maysville road bill, 1147. the tariff, 555, 819, 820, 836, 842, 878, 952, 965,
Jennings, Mr.,on western armory, 479.

974.
reducing price of public lands, 922.

diplomatic expenses, 659.
the tariff, 974.

military academy at West Point, 583.
removal of the Indians, 1122.

remission of duties, 622.
Johns, Mr. on removal of Indians, 1049.

retrenchment, 626.
Johnson, Mr. of Ky. on electing a clerk to the House, 471. revolutionary pensions, 627, 628.

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reducing officer of the

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M'Dufie, Mr. on pay of members, 666, 687, viherhasil | Ramsay, Mr. on memorial New England society of Friends,
survey bill, 721.

remission of duties, 622.

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appropriations for fortifications, &c. 722.

tea and coffee duties, 807.bot avaly
tea and coffee duties, 803.

the tariff, 966, 974.
salt duties. S08, 1037, 1049, 1120, 1139.

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repealing the salt duty, 1037
case of Judge Peck, 810, 1134.

Richardson, Mr. on standing committee of education, 475,
culture of silk, 869.

476.
molasses and rum duty, 1121.

ardent spirits in the navy, 587.
wyremoval of the Indians, 1131.

revolutionary pensions, 635.
pay of marine officers, 1134, 1139.

Buffalo and New Orleans road, 711.
be referring President's message in relation to colonial Scott, Mr.

on pay of members, 687.
trade, 1137.
Mercer, Mr. on internal improvement bill, 682.

Semmes, Mr.

the safe b. permeation of members, 488,
survey bill, 721.

forage to officers of the army, 499, 500.
appropriations for fortifications, &c. 722.

crimes in the District of Columbia, 754, 822.
Buffalo and New Orleans road, 753, 760, 804, 806. tea and coffee duties, 807.
penitentiary punishment District of Columbia, 822. the tariff, 974.
the tariff, 965.
case of Judge Peck, 1134.

fituestro co tin moil Sevier, Mr. on distribution of public lands, 477.

western armory, 479.
Miller, Mr. op removal of Indinns, 582, 1133.1

appropriations for fortifications, &c. 722.
the tariff, 974.

Bakaret Shepherd, Mr. A. H. on establishing mint in North Caro-
salt duty, 1049.

lina, 484.
pay of marine officers, 1134.

relief to officers, &c. of the Hornet, 678.
Monell, Mr. on the Buffalo and New Orleans road, 727.

Buffalo and New Orleans road, 688, 790, 806.
Muhlenburg, Mr. on the Buffalo and N. Orleans road, 787. reducing the price of the public lands, 922.
Norton, Mr. on diplomatic expenses, 559.

the message vetoing the Maysville road bill, 1147.
Buffalo and New Orleans rond, 785.

Shepard, Mr. W. B. on the Buffalo and New Orleans
Pearce, Mr. on remission of duties, 622.

road, 733.
Buffalo and New Orleans road, 768, 807.

Sill, Mr. on revolutionary pensions, 624, 628.
tea and coffee duties, 803.

Smyth, Mr. on the Buffalo and New, Orleans road, 680.
peniteutiary punishment District of Columbia, 822, pay of members, 718.

824, 1121. Speighi, Mr. on compensation of members, 493.
Pettis, Mr. on distribution of public lands, 485, 523.

distribution of the public lands, 537.
E compensation of members, 488.

to loss of the Hornet sloop of war, 571, 578. setiap
Buffalo and New Orleans road, 718, 732.

the tariff, 614.
business of the District of Columbia, 723.

revolutionary pensions, 634.
case of Judge Peck, 738, 746, 748, 810, 814, 1134. fortification on lake Champlain, 656.
Polk, Mr. on the reference of the President's appual mes-

Buffalo and New Orleans road, 718.
sage, 473, 474.

pay of members, 719.
disposing of refuse lands in Tennessee, 474, 480.
western arınory, 479.
distribution of public lands, 489.

Kentucky deaf and dumb asylum, 759.
establishing circuit courts, 546.

Spencer, Mr. of New York, on distribution of public lands,
printing State laws, 595.

496.
tbe tariff, 624, 974, 977.

New York memorial respecting southern Indians,
revolutionary pensions, 627, 635.

507, 509
fortification on lake Champlain, 656.

establishing circuit courts, 540, 580, 587, 598.
Buffalo and New Orleans road, 692, 803. I cultivation of the sugar cane, 554.
reducing officers of the army, 756.

printing State laws relative to the Indians, 597.
penitentiary punishment District of Columbia, 822, me fortification on lake Champlain, 636.

824.

survey bill, 721.
Maysville road, 831, 841.

case of Judge Peck, 736, 746, 748, 753, 810.
eulture of silk, 1121

crimes in the District of Columbia, 754, 755, 756,
the message vetoing the Maysville road bill, 1141,

822.
Potter, Mr. on distribution of public lands, 503.

Buffalo and New Orleans road, 803, 804.
constitutionality of the Bank of United States, 921. reducing officers of the army, 819.
repealing the duty on salt, 986, 1016.

culture of silk, 869, 1121, 11 22.
Powers, Mr. on business of the District of Columbia, 722. the tariff, 974.
crimes in District of Columbia, 753, 754, 755, 822, removal of the Indians, 1181.

1121. Baltimore and Ohio rail road, 1136.
Maysville road, 842.

Stanbery, Mr. on pay of members, 686.
the salt duty, 1049.

the salt duty, 1139.
Ramsay, Mr. on electing a clerk to the House, 471.

the message vetoing the Maysville road bill, 1140.
nominates Matthew St. Clair Clarke, 471.

Standifer, Mr. on the Buffalo and New Orleans road, 709.
best the tariff, 556, 974.

Sterigere, Mr. on disposing of refuse lands in Tennessee,
revolutionary pensions, 637.
Buffalo and New Orleans road, 678, 734, 790.

distribution of public lands, 477.
selle case of Judge Peck, 146, 748.

coinpensation of members of Congress, 481, 482,
referring President's message in relation to colonial

488.
O trade, 1137.

removal of Indians, 582.
Reed, Mr, of Massachusetts, on distribution of pub printing State laws relative to the Indians, 594.
lic lands, 478, 486.

code of laws for the District of Columbia, 756.
New York memorial respecting southern Indians, Buffalo and New Orleans road, 806.

511. the salt duty, 1139.
removal of Indians, 581.

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Storrs, Mr. on the reference of the President's annual
ardent spirits in the navy, 587.

Ir message, 474.

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