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INDEX TO THE DEBATES IN THE SENATE.
Appropriation Bills, Senate recedes from its amend | Ennis and Maddox, bill for the relief of ; ordered to a
third reading, 144, 145.
for, 630, 631, 632.
striking out additional allowance for surveys,
&c. 548; negatived, 558.
age of foreign, 169, 334, 341.
bill rejected, 341.
633 Imprisonment for Debt, bill to abolish, 74.
amendments offered, 74, 126.
bill ordered to a third reading, 126.
read a third time, 162.
motion to recommit; debate thereon; adopted, 163
bill again read, 224.
debate on the principle of the bill, 224 to 230.
bill rejected, 230.
Indiana, resolution of the General Assembly of 671.
and civilization of, 639 to 645.
bill ordered to a third reading, 645.
notify him of his being elected Vice President, Infantry Tactics, resolution for printing, 683.
for subscribing to ; negatived, 624.
Judiciary of the U. States, debate on bill for the amend.
ment of the, 527 to 534.
amendment providing for the transfer of suite,
motion to recommit, 5341; negatived, 605.
motion to postpone indefinitely, 582 ; negatived,
additional section proposed ; negatived, 605.
to 98; 230
shall not be justices of the Supreme Court, 605
debate thereon, 605 to 616; negatived, 6:9.
motion to recommit, 618 ; negatived, 619.
motion to postpone indefinitely; negatived, 691.
judges to two, 620.
bill recommitted, 620.
proposed instructions to the committee on the,
bill reported with amendments, 630.
646 to 667, 671. | Lafayette. General, resulution of the House concurred in
for the reception of, 1.
report of the joint committee on the mode for
report of the Senate on the same subject, 2.
report from the Committee of Invitation, 3.
515 debate on third reading of, 28 to 33.
bill passed and sent to House of Representatives,
provision for, passed, 56.
Lafayette bill, a Joint Committee appointed to announce Piracy bill, motion to recommit with instructions,
withdrawn, 412, renewed, 462, negatived,
other amendments, 412, 413, 417.
motion to assist merchant vessels to arm, and 3
employ an armed steam boat, &c. 419.
commencement of the session. See Appendir, 2
bill reported as amended, 462.
new sections offered ; negatived, 462, 463.
concurred in, 734.
amended and ordered to a third reading, S
referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs, 7. President's Accounts, message relative to the, 162.
debate thereon; laid on the table, 162.
his reply, 738, 739.
ucation and internal improvement; laid on
to authorize banks indebted for, to pay in lands
resolution appropriating them as a fund ford:
emancipation of slaves; laid on the table,
counter resolution, 696, 697.
merce and navigation of the U.S. 620, 621.
of the Secretary of War, on pensioners, 11.
referred to the committee on pensions, 12.
tee on, 7.
Storrs, Mr. ; his account of the trade between Misses
and Mexico, 109, 110.
tion of the ; read a first time, 9.
639 | Topographical Surveys. See Appropriations for sitt
Pensacola, bill for establishing a Navy Yard at, amended Yazoo Claims. See N. Eng. Mississippi Land Commer:
| Yeas and Nays, on the bill making provision for Gene
ral Lafayette 33.
on abolishing imprisonment for debt, 112, 13,
for a drawback on cordage, 341.
for marking out a road to Mexico, 361.
for the Suppression of Piracy, 407, 434, 461, 6
respecting Topographical Surveys, 558.
on the Judiciary, 589, 605, 619, 620.
for purchasing Journals of the Confederation,
721 relative to land claimants in Missouri and Arkan
386, 399 for extending the Cumberland Road, 665, .
for subscribing to the Delaware and Ches
peake Canal, 678, 681.
for occupying the Oregon, 713.
INDEX TO THE DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Amendments to the Constitution, relative to the election Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, motion to refer the bill to
a committee of the whole; debate thereon, 487.
101 bill laid on the table, 487.
debate resumeil, 516..
moiion to commit negatived, 516; renewed, 517;
dehate on the bill declaring the assent of Con.
gress to the act of Virginia relative to the, 590
bill ordered to a third reading, 590.
sundry amendments to, and ciebate thereon, 681 to
bill ordered to a third reading, 683.
read a third time and passed, 687.
title altered, 687.
Massachusetts. See Massachusetts Militia Claims.
Columbia (or Oregon) river, debate on the bill for occu-
Artillery, 518; negatived, 519; motion renew. amendment offered, 26.
motion to refer the bill to the committee on that
part of the President's Message which refers
to this subject, 26; negatived, 28.
motion to reduce the appropriation for the Indian bill amended and reported to the House, 36.
other amendments proposed, 36.
stricken out, 38.
motion to strike out the third section, offering land
to settlers, 39.
debate thereon, 39 to 42.
offered and rejected; bill ordered to a third
740 to 742 District. See District of Columbia.
| Columbian College, bill exempting the Students, &c. of,
from Military Duty, amended and ordered to a
third reading, 696.
consist of thirteen, 2.
of invitation, twenty-four, 3.
Committees on President's Message, seven, 2.
on the President's Accounts, seven, 186.
on Speaker's Appeal, seven, 486.
Constitution, amendments to the. See Amendments.
bill rejected, 737.
New York, bill fixing theplace for, ordered to a third
Creeks and Cherokees. See Cherokees. See also In.
Crimes against the United States, committee on the bill
for the punishment of, report progress, 6.
bill amended, 150.
amendments proposed, 154 to 158, 188, 338 to
340, 348, 355, 365.
proposed modification of the bill, 165,
debate thereon, 165 to 168.
335; withdrawn, 348.
debate thereon, 335 to 341.