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INDEX TO THE DEBATES IN THE SENATE.

548

Appropriation Bills, Senate recedes from its amend | Ennis and Maddox, bill for the relief of ; ordered to a
ments to, except that relative to the Florida

third reading, 144, 145.
Land Commissioners, 620,
debate on this amendment; Senate insists there. Fortifications, amendments to bill making appropriation
on, 620.

for, 630, 631, 632.
Appropriations for Military Service, motion to amend by bill ordered to a third reading, 633.

striking out additional allowance for surveys,

&c. 548; negatived, 558.
debate thereon, 548 to 554 ; 555 to 558. Hemp, debate on bill for allowing a drawback on cord:
motion to postpone ; debate thereon; negatived,

age of foreign, 169, 334, 341.
554, 555.

bill rejected, 341.
bill amended and ordered to a third reading,

633 Imprisonment for Debt, bill to abolish, 74.
Brandt and Co.; petition to have duties refunded, 242.

amendments offered, 74, 126.

bill ordered to a third reading, 126.
debate thereon, 242, 243.

read a third time, 162.
petition referred to the Committee on Finance, I

243

motion to recommit; debate thereon; adopted, 163

bill again read, 224.
Boyle and M'Girth's mounted rangers, bill for the relief

debate on the principle of the bill, 224 to 230.
of; ordered to a third reading, 625.

bill rejected, 230.
bill passed and sent to H. of R. 633.

Indiana, resolution of the General Assembly of 671.
Cadets at West Point, debate on resolution to limit the Indian tribes, remarks on the bill for the preservation
number of, 136.

and civilization of, 639 to 645.
laid on the table, 137.

bill ordered to a third reading, 645.
Calhoun, J. C., resolution requesting the President to passed and sent to H. R. 646.

notify him of his being elected Vice President, Infantry Tactics, resolution for printing, 683.
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, bill authorizing a sub- Journals of the Congress of the Confederation, resolution
scription to the, 671.

for subscribing to ; negatived, 624.
two additional sections proposed, 672.

Judiciary of the U. States, debate on bill for the amend.
debate thereon, 672 to 678, negatived, 678.

ment of the, 527 to 534.
on the principle of the bill, 679 to 681.

amendment providing for the transfer of suite,
bill ordered to a third reading, 681.

533
passed as amended, and returned, 686.

motion to recommit, 5341; negatived, 605.
Choctaws, letter from J. L. M’Donald relative to, laid on debate thereon, 535, 535, 603 to 605.
the table, 630.

motion to postpone indefinitely, 582 ; negatived,
Circuit Courts. See Judiciary.

589
Claimants to lands in Missouri, &c., bill supplementary debate thereon, 582 to 589.
to an act relative to ; rejected, 637.

additional section proposed ; negatived, 605.
Columbian Coilege, debate on bill for the relief of, 90 amendment providing that the additional judges

to 98; 230

shall not be justices of the Supreme Court, 605
bili postponed, 230.

debate thereon, 605 to 616; negatived, 6:9.
Columbia River. See Oregon.

motion to recommit, 618 ; negatived, 619.
Commerce and Navigation of the U. S., report of the Se motion to recommit, with instructions, 618, 619;
cretary of the Treasury on the, 620, 621.

withdrawn, 619.
Congress, opening of the 2d session of the 18th, 1.

motion to postpone indefinitely; negatived, 691.
Copper mines, debate on bill for treating with the Chip amendment, reducing the number of additional
pewa Indians relative to, 684 to 686.

judges to two, 620.
bill ordered to a third reading, 686.

bill recommitted, 620.
Cordage. See Hemp.

proposed instructions to the committee on the,
Crimes against the United States, bill concerning, order-

623, 624
ed to a third reading, 713.

bill reported with amendments, 630.
Cumberland Road, debate on bill for the extension of,

646 to 667, 671. | Lafayette. General, resulution of the House concurred in
bill ordered to a third reading, 671.

for the reception of, 1.
read a third time and passed, 686.

report of the joint committee on the mode for
Delaware and Chesapeake Ca nal. See Chesapeake and

receiving, 2.
Delaware Canal.

report of the Senate on the same subject, 2.

report from the Committee of Invitation, 3.
Election of President, &c., resolution reported by joint his reception by the Senate, 3.
committee on the mode of examining the votes, bill making provision for, twice read, 12.

515 debate on third reading of, 28 to 33.
amendment offered; negatived, 516.

bill passed and sent to House of Representatives,
report concurred in, 516.
Senate proceeds to the H. of R. to count the bill from the House of Representatives, making
votes, 521.

provision for, passed, 56.
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110

Lafayette bill, a Joint Committee appointed to announce Piracy bill, motion to recommit with instructions,
its passage to, 90.

withdrawn, 412, renewed, 462, negatived,
address of committee to, 110, 111.

other amendments, 412, 413, 417.
his reply, 111.

motion to assist merchant vessels to arm, and 3

employ an armed steam boat, &c. 419.
Macomb, A. his estimate of the expenses of the Board of debate thereon, 419 to 420, 434 to 435, tep
Internal Improvement for 1825, 551.

tived, 435.
Massachusetts and Maine, resolves of the Legislatures of, motion to strike out the fourth section, 4531;
relative to disbursements during the war, 275.

withdrawn, 461.
Message from the President of the United States at the motion to strike out several sections ; negative,

commencement of the session. See Appendir, 2
relative to his accounts. See President's Ac motion to strike out the second section; Den
counts.

tived, 462.
on the subject of Piracy, 198, 199.

bill reported as amended, 462.
transiitting reports of the Secretary of War and

new sections offered ; negatived, 462, 463.
Board of Engineers for Internal Improvements, amendments of the House of Representaties

564

concurred in, 734.
on the Prevention of Contagious Diseases in the Post Office, bill to reduce into one the acts relative to:
District of Columbia, 624.

amended and ordered to a third reading, S
relative to the Massachusetts' Claims, 637, 638. President, committee appointed for the reception of the
concerning Wrecks on the coast of Florida, 695.

new, 713.
Mexico, petition from Missouri on the intercourse with, 6 report of the committee, 735.

referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs, 7. President's Accounts, message relative to the, 162.
its trade with the Valley of the Mississippi, 109, motion to refer it to a Select Committee, 162.!

debate thereon; laid on the table, 162.
bill for marking out a road from Missouri to, re- President of the Senate, vote of thanks to the, 738.
ported, 341.

his reply, 738, 739.
debate on the passage of the hill, 342 to 348. Public Lands, resolution pledging them as a fuod for
motion to strike out second section, 356.

ucation and internal improvement; laid on
debate thereon, 356 to 361; negatived, ib.

table, 42.
bill ordered to a third reading, ib.

to authorize banks indebted for, to pay in lands
Military Service, appropriations for. See Appropriation. debate thereon, 42, 43; laid on the table, 43.
Missouri. See Mexico.

resolution appropriating them as a fund ford:
Mobile, debate on bill for the improvement of, 695, 696

emancipation of slaves; laid on the table,
Mounted Rangers. See Boyle and M'Girth.

counter resolution, 696, 697.
New England Mississippi Land Company, debate on the Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the
petition of the, 262, 487.

merce and navigation of the U.S. 620, 621.

of the Secretary of War, on pensioners, 11.
Ogden, Thomas L. and others, bill for the relief of, laid debate thereon, 11, 12
on the table, 111.

referred to the committee on pensions, 12.
Oregon, bill for the occupation of the, amended and laid Roads and Canals, resolution for appointing a ceas.
on the table, 684.

tee on, 7.
debate resumed, 687 to 695-698 to 713.
bill laid on the table, 713.

Storrs, Mr. ; his account of the trade between Misses

and Mexico, 109, 110.
Peale's Portrait of Washington, debate on bill for the Supreme Court, resolution for regulating the jurisé
purchase of, 624, 625, 638, 639.

tion of the ; read a first time, 9.
bill amended and ordered to third reading, 638,

639 | Topographical Surveys. See Appropriations for sitt
passed and sent to the House of Representatives,

service,

646

to, 11.

Pensacola, bill for establishing a Navy Yard at, amended Yazoo Claims. See N. Eng. Mississippi Land Commer:
and ordered to a third reading, 686.

| Yeas and Nays, on the bill making provision for Gene
Pensioners, report from the Secretary of War relative

ral Lafayette 33.

on abolishing imprisonment for debt, 112, 13,
Piracy, call for information on, 34.
report of the committee on, 158, 159.

for a drawback on cordage, 341.
bill for the suppression of, 159 to 162.

for marking out a road to Mexico, 361.
message relative to, 198, 199,

for the Suppression of Piracy, 407, 434, 461, 6
bill read a third time, 275.
debate on the principle of the bill, 275 to 284.

respecting Topographical Surveys, 558.
bill taken up by sections, 277 to 283.

on the Judiciary, 589, 605, 619, 620.
motion to strike out the third section, 303.

for purchasing Journals of the Confederation,
debate thereon, 303 to 318, 375 to 394, 395 to 407 for purchasing Peale's Portrait of Washingtz
additional sections proposed, 318, 319.

623, ,
instances of enormily, 381, 382, 386, 387, 399, for fortifications, 631.

721 relative to land claimants in Missouri and Arkan
conduct of the Inhabitants and Governor of Cuba,

386, 399 for extending the Cumberland Road, 665, .
third section stricken out, 407.

for subscribing to the Delaware and Ches
substitute offered restricting the transportation

peake Canal, 678, 681.
of specie in public vessels, 408.

for occupying the Oregon, 713.
debate thereon, 412 to 419; negatived, 419; re. for the punishment of crimes against the trai
newed and adopted, 463.

States, 713.

INDEX TO THE DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

410

Amendments to the Constitution, relative to the election Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, motion to refer the bill to
of President and Vice President, proposed, 100,

a committee of the whole; debate thereon, 487.

101 bill laid on the table, 487.
ordered to be printed, 101.

debate resumeil, 516..
another amendment, 128, 129.

moiion to commit negatived, 516; renewed, 517;
committed, 129.

adopted, 518..
additional, 714; laid on the table, 714.

dehate on the bill declaring the assent of Con.
the Appropriation Bill, sundry amendments to the general,

gress to the act of Virginia relative to the, 590

bill ordered to a third reading, 590.
ordered to a third reading, 411.

sundry amendments to, and ciebate thereon, 681 to
debate on the Senate's amendments to the General

683
and Naval, 617, 618.

bill ordered to a third reading, 683.
for Fortifications, debate on the Senate's amend-

read a third time and passed, 687.
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ments to the, 667 to 670.

title altered, 687.
debate on Senate's amendments to the additional Claims, Georgia. See Georgia Militia Claims.
military, 670, 671.

Massachusetts. See Massachusetts Militia Claims.
31. Appropriation for the Military Service, bill amended and Virginia. See Virginia Claims.
ordered to a third reading, 411.

Columbia (or Oregon) river, debate on the bill for occu-
motion to establish a school of practice for Light | pying the mouth of the, 13 to 26.

Artillery, 518; negatived, 519; motion renew. amendment offered, 26.
, ed and negatived, 521.

motion to refer the bill to the committee on that
motion to establish a Fort at Beaufort, N. C. ;

part of the President's Message which refers
negatived, 519,

to this subject, 26; negatived, 28.
be 81

motion to reduce the appropriation for the Indian bill amended and reported to the House, 36.
Department, 520; negatived, 521.

other amendments proposed, 36.
bill read a third time, and laid on the table, 521,1 fifth section, relative to a Territorial Government

522

stricken out, 38.
motion to recommit, 536.

motion to strike out the third section, offering land
Ethernet
debate thereon, 536 to 546.

to settlers, 39.
bill passed, 546,

debate thereon, 39 to 42.
for the support of the Navy, amended and ordered third section stricken out; another amendment
to a third reading, 411.

offered and rejected; bill ordered to a third

reading, 44.
Bankrupt Law, remarks on the necessity of a general, read a third time and passed ; title aliered, 59.

740 to 742 District. See District of Columbia.

| Columbian College, bill exempting the Students, &c. of,
Canal Boats, communication from the Treasury Depart-

from Military Duty, amended and ordered to a
ment relative to Tonnage Duties on, 8.

third reading, 696.
communication from the Governor of New York, 8 Committee to make Provision for General Lafayette to
referred to Committee on sommerce, 8.

consist of thirteen, 2.
debate on bill concerning, 628, 629.

of invitation, twenty-four, 3.
amendment, 628.

Committees on President's Message, seven, 2.
bill ordered to a third reading, 629.

on the President's Accounts, seven, 186.
debate on the third reading of, 629, 630.

on Speaker's Appeal, seven, 486.
motion to recommit, 629 ; negatived, 630. Congress, opening of the second session of the 18th, 1.
bill laid on the table, 630.

Constitution, amendments to the. See Amendments.
Chesapeake and Ohio. See Chesapeake and Ohio Copper Mines, debate on the bill concerning, 736.
Caral.

bill rejected, 737.
Chesapeake and Delaware. See Chesapeake and Courts of the United States for the Southern District of
Delitware Canal.

New York, bill fixing theplace for, ordered to a third
Illinois. See Mlinois Canal.

reading, 348.
Champlain. See Lake Champlain.

Creeks and Cherokees. See Cherokees. See also In.
Cherokees, call for information on the treaty of 1804 dian Titles.
with the, 7.

Crimes against the United States, committee on the bill
enumeration of former treaties with the, 7.

for the punishment of, report progress, 6.
debate on the treaty of 1804 with the, 536 to 546

bill amended, 150.
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, debate on the bill for abstract of the original bill, 152.
subscribing to the stock of the, 216.

amendments proposed, 154 to 158, 188, 338 to
history and importance of the, 216 to 223.

340, 348, 355, 365.
bill ordered to a third reading, 224.

proposed modification of the bill, 165,
read a third time, 274.

debate thereon, 165 to 168.
debate on its passage, 274, 275, 285 to 303, 319 bill reported as amended, 168.

postponed, 189.
bill passed, 333.

resumed, 335.
and Ohio Canal, reading of the bill confirming the motion to recommit to the Judiciary Committee,
act of the Legislature of Maryland respecting

335; withdrawn, 348.
the, 497.

debate thereon, 335 to 341.

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