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navy, 322.

Smith, Mr., of Maryland, on the Fredericktown turnpike | Tyler, Mr. on the bill declaratory of the pension laws, 403.
road bill, 427.

on relief to officers and soldiers of the Virginia line,
on reducing the duties on tea and coffee, 428.

421.
on the light-house bill, 433.

on the light-house bill, 432.
on the bill to exempt certain merchandise from the on the Maysville road bill, 433.
operation of the tariff, 452, 453.

Webster, Mr. on the mileage bill, 10.
on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad bill, 453.

on presenting petition of South Carolina railroad
Smith, Mr., of South Carolina, on limiting the sales of

company, 21.
public lands, 196.

on limiting the sales of public lands, 35, 58, 92.
on the light-house bill, 432.

on the abolition of taxes, duties, &c. 245.
Sprague, Mr. on extinguishing Indian title in Indiana, 16, 17. on re-organizing the establishment of the Attorney
on limiting sales of public lands, 31, 95, 119, 451.

General, 276, 324, 404.
on creating the office of Surgeon General of the on graduating the price of public lands, 424.

on the light-house bill, 433.
on removal of the Indians west of the Mississippi, on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad bill, 454.
343, 381.

White, Mr. on extinguishing Indian title in Indiana, 16,
on the bill to exempt certain merchandise from the

17.
operation of the tariff, 453.

on Indian agencies, 128.
on amendments of the House of Representatives to on removal of Indians west of the Mississippi, 305,
bill for removal of the Indians, 456.

377, 381.
Tazewell, Mr. on taking Louisville and Portland canal Woodbury, Mr. on limiting sales of public lands, 7, 29,
stock, 247.

179.
regulating the duties, &c. of pursers in the navy, 308. regulating the duties, &c. of pursers in the navy,
on impeachment of Judge Peck, 383, 384, 385, 405.

306, 307.
on graduating the price of public lands, 409.

on reorganizing the department of the Attorney
Troup, Mr. on disposing of New York memorial asking

General, 404.
protection for the Indians, 7.

on graduating the price of public lands, 413, 424.
Tyler, Mr. on internal improvement, 343.

on the light-house bill, 432, 433.
announces the death of General Alexander Smyth, on the bill to exempt certain merchandise from the
357.

operation of the tariff, 453.

INDEX TO THE DEBATES IN THIE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Acts of the First Session of the Twenty-First Congress. Bank of the United States, resolutions proposed in relation
(See Appendix.)

to the constitutionality of, 921; laid on the table,
Address of the Speaker on his election, 470.

922.
Adjournment of the House sine die, 1148.

report on the, (Appendix) 104.
Appropriation for fitting out the frigate Brandywine, bill Buffalo and New Orleans road, bill to lay out and establish,
making an, taken up, and ordered to a third read-

taken up, and debate thereon, 637 to 655, 656 to
ing, 481.

665, 668 to 682, 688 to 700, 705 to 718, 723 to
Appropriations for the civil list, bill making, taken up, 556;

734, 739 to 745, 769 to 774, 766 to 788; motion
debate thereon, and ordered to a third reading,

to strike out enacting clause negatived, and bill
556 to 559.

reported to the House, 788; various propositions
Appropriations for examinations and surveys, bill making,

to amend, 789, 790; bill rejected, 790; motion to
taken up, and reported to the House, 682; pro.

reconsider, 803; agreed to, 806; bill laid on the
positions to amend, and debate thereon, 721, 722;

table, 807.
ordered to third reading, 722.

Burch, Benjamin, appointed Doorkeeper to the House, 472.
Appropriations for the improvement of certain harbors, bill Call of the House, moved on cousiclering the resolution to
making, taken up, and reported to the House, 682.

repeal the duty on salt, 994, 1037.
Appropriations for fortifications, barracks, &c. bill making, on bill to reduce and modify the tariff of duties on
taken up, amended, and reported to the House,

imports, 556.
722.

on bill reducing the duties on molasses and rum,
Appropriations for light-houses, &c. bill making, with

1121.
amendments from the Senate, taken up, and on bill for reinoval of the Indians, 1123, 1135.
amendments concurred in, 1148.

Carr, Overton, appointed Assistant Doorkeeper to the
Armory, resolution introduced in relation to the establish.

Ilouse, 472.
ment of an, upon the western waters, 474; taken Chief engineer, report of, accompanying the President's
up and adopted, 479, 480.

annual message, (.?ppendix) 42.
Army, bill to amend the rules and articles for the govern Clarke, Matthew St. C. elected Clerk of the House, 472.

ment of the, introduced, and ordered to a third Coins, report on the current, (Appendix) 78.
reading, 575.

Colonial trade, message from the President of the United
resolution calling upon the Secretary of War to

States in relation to, communicated, and debate
report such an organization of the, as will reduce on its commitment, 1137, 1138.
the number of its officers, taken up, 756; anend. bill in relation to, introduced, twice read, and com-
ments propose!, and debate thereon, 756, 757;

mitted, 1138; passed, 1139.
774 to 776; 788, 739; 791 to 795; 807, 808 to resolution asking information of the President of the
$18; motion to lay on the table negatived, 819;

United States in relation to the negotiations withi
resolution amended, and agreed to, 819.

Great Britain respecting, introduced, and agreed
Baltimore and Ohio railroad, motion to take up the bill all-

to, 1138.
thorizing a subscription to the stock of, and debate Committee appointed to notify the President of the or-
thereon, 1136; motion laid on the table, 1137.

ganization of the two Houses, 472; report of, 472.

an-

to, 734.

Committee appointed to notify the President that the two Fortifications on Lake Champlain, resolution introduced
Houses were ready to adjourn, 1148.

requesting the Secretary of War to cause to be
Committees, motion to appoint the standing, 472;

selected a suitable site for, 629; motions to amend,
nounced, 474.

and to commit, 629; again taken up, and debate
on the various subjects embraced in the President's

thereon, 635, 636, 655, 656; resolution modified
message, 472; debate thereon, 473, 474.

and agreed to, 666.
on education proposed, 475; proposition laid on the Holmes, Mr. of North Carolina, his death announced, 477.
table, 477.

Hornet, sloop war, bill for the relief of the widows,
Compensation of members of Congress, bill in relation to

children, &c. of the officers, scamen, &c. lost in
the, taken up, amended, and reported to the

the, taken up, and ordered to a third reading,
House, 481, 482, 483; again taken up, and de-

571; debate on its passage, 575 to 580; passed,
bated, 487 to 489, 492; proposition to strike out

580.
first section negatived, 493; ordered to a third Indians, memorial of citizens of New York, praying pro-
reading, 494.

tection for southern, presented, 506; motion to
Congress, list of members of twenty-first, (Appendix) 1.

commit to Committee on Indian Affairs, and de.
Courts, bill to establish circuit, and abridge the jurisdic-

bate thereon, 506 to 511; motion agreed to, 511.
tion of district courts, &c. taken up, 530, 540, resolution introduced, calling for a statement of the
542 to 551, 560 to 575; proposition to amend,

number and condition of the, within the States
580; debate thereon, 587, 598 to 605; 612, 624.

of Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York,
martial. (See Army.)

Rhode Island, and Pennsylvania, 541; motions to
Crimes in District of Columbia. (See District of Columbia.)

amend, and to lay on the table, 541; laid on the
Currency, report on the, (.Appendix) 98.

table, 511.
Deaf and Dumb Asylum. (See Kentucky.)

bill to provide for removal of, west of the Missis-
District of Columbia, resolution setting apart one day in

sippi, introduced, 581; debate on printing ten
each alternate week for the consideration of busi-

thousand additional copies of report accompany.
ness concerning the, taken up, 722; motion to

ing, 581 to 583; bill taken up, and debate there-
lay on the table negatived, 723; resolution agreed

on, 819, 988, 993, 994 to 1049; bill reported to

the House, 1049; taken up, amendments pro-
bill for the punishment of crimes in, taken up and

posed, and debate thereon, 1049 to 1120; again
amended, 753; other amendments proposed and

taken up, and debated, 1122 to 1133; motion to
adopted, 754 to 756; again taken up, 822; amend-

Jay on the table negatived, 1133; previous ques-
ments proposed, and debate thereon, 822 toʻ827;

tion put, and sustained, and bill ordered to a third
laid on the table, 896; taken up, amended, and

'reading, 1133; motion to recommit, with instruc-
ordered to a third reading, 1121.

tions to amend, 1134; call of the House moved,
bill for appointment of commissioners to prepare a

1135; previous question put, and lost, 1135;
code of laws for, taken up and amended, 756.

again put, and sustained, and the bill passed,
Documents accompanying the President's message at the

1135.
opening of Congress, (See Appendix) viz.

motion to print law of Georgia, Alabama, and Mis.
report of the Secretary of War, 19.

sissippi, extending jurisdiction over, 585; amend-
Navy, 29.

ment proposed, 586; laid on the table, 587; again
“ Postmaster General, 38.

taken up, and various amendments, &c. proposed,
“ Chief Engineer, 42.

594 to 598; resolution committed with instruc-
Navy Commissioners, 54.

tions, 598.
Doorkeeper to the House appointed, 472.

memorial of yearly meeting of Society of Friends
Drawback, resolution introduced to allow a, on rum dis.

in New England, concerning the, presented,
tilled from foreign molasses, 598; taken up, and

590; motion to refer and to print, made, and
debate thereon, 605 to 612, 614 to 622, 623; re-

question divided, 590; debate on motion to print,
solution, and proposed amendments, laid on the

590 to 594; motion agreed to, 594.
table, 624.

report on removal of, (.Appendix) 91.
Dunn, John Oswald, appointed Scrgcant-at-arms to the Internal improvement. (Sce Buffalo and New Orleans
House, 472.

road.)
Duties on imports, to reduce. (See Tariff)

Judiciary. (See Courts.)
Duties, bill to remit, on goods destoyed by fire, taken up, Kentucky asylum for teaching the deaf and dumb, bill to
622; rejected, 623.

amend the act incorporting the, reporied, 757;
on imports, bill in alteration of the several acts lay-

ordered to a third reading, 760.
ing, taken up, and debate thereon, 795 to 803; Lands, refuse, in Tennessee. (See Tennessee.)
new bill proposed as a substitute, 819; again ta- Lands, public, resolution introduced proposing an inquiry
ken up, and debate thereon, 836, 812 to 862,

into the expediency of distributing among the
870 to 872, 873 to 921, 923 to 964; amendment

several States, 477; amended, and ordered to lie
negatived, 964; various amendments proposed

on the table, 479; taken up, and debate thereon,
and arlopted, 961, 965, 966; debate thereon, 966

484 to 487, 189 to 492, 494 to 497, 500 to 506,
to 974; further amendments proposed, and de-

511 to 530, 537; amended, and agreed to, 540;
bated, 974 to 978; bill ordered to a third read.

committee report by bill, 626; project of mino-
ing, 979; passed, 987.

rity presented, 626.
on tea and coffee, bill to reduce the, taken up, will from the Senate for the relief of the purchasers
amended, and reported to the House, 803; fur-

of, taken up, 612; amendments proposed, 612;
ther amended, 807; ordered to a third reading,

amendments agreed to, and bill read a third time,
898; amendments of Senate concurred in, 993.

and passed, 623.
on inolasses and rum, bill to reduce the, introduced, Land claims in Florida, bill furthe final settlement of, taken
and ordered to a third reading, 1121; passed, 1139.

up, 866; motion to recommit, with instructions,
on salt. (See Salt.)

negatived, and bill passed, 866.
Finances. (See Treasury.

Lands in Tennessee, bill relative to, taken up, debated,
Forage to officers of the army, bill to regulate the allow-

and rejected, 8C9, 870; motion to reconsider
arrce of, taken up, 497; motion to amend, nega-

laid on the table, 873.
tived, 499; to recommit, 199; agreed to, 500. Lands, public, bill from the Senate to reduce the price of

a portion of, taken up, 922; motion to lay on the

from, defending his official conduct, presented,
table negatived, 922; substitute moved, 922.

789; report of Judiciary Committee on the case
Lands, bill from the Senate to graduate or reduce the price

of, taken up, and debate thereon, 810, 814, 815;
of the public, taken up, and ordered to lie on

report concurred in, 818; committee appointed
the table, 1148.

to impeach at the bar of the Senate, and to pre-
Laws passed at the 1st session 21st Congress. (See Ap-

pare the articles against, 819; article of impeach-
pendix.)

ment reported, 863; article committed, 866;
Light-house bill.' (See Appropriations.)

taken up, amended, and agreed to, 869; managers
Louisville and Portland Canal Company, bill from the to conduct the impeachment appointed, 869;
Senate authorizing a subscription to the stock of,

motion to notify the Senate agreed to, 869; re-
passed, 1148.

port of managers, 872; motion for House to at-
Maysville and Lexington turnpike road, bill authorizing a tend the Senate during the trial of, 1134; resolu-
subscription to the stock of, taken up, 820; de-

tion modified and agreed to, 1134; House attend
bate thereon, 820 to 822, 827 to 836; ordered to

the Senate, to hear the plea and answer of,
a third reading, 836; debate on its passage, 836

1135.
to 840; motion to lay on the table negatived, 840; Pensioners, joint resolution introduced, calling for a list
bill passed, 842; returned by the President with

of, &c. from heads of departments, annually,
objections, 1138. (See Appendix.) Again taken 682; amended, and ordered to a third reading, 683.
up, and debate thereon, 1140 to 1147; rejected, Pension law, resolution to revise the, extending its bene-
two-thirds not voting in its favor, 1148.

fits to every soldier who aided in establishing our
Marine corps, resolution respecting the pay of the officers liberties, &c. taken up, 734; amended, and agreed
of the, taken up, amended, and debate thereon,

to, 739.
1133, 1134; ordered to a third reading, 1135; Postage, resolution introduced to inquire into the expe-
passed, 1139.

diency of reducing the rate of, on periodical
Massachusetts, bill from the Senate authorizing the pay-

publications, 479.
ment of the claim of the State of, passed, 1148. Postmaster General, report of, accompanying the Presi-
Message of the President United States at the opening of dent's annual message, (Appendix) 37.
Congress, (Appendix) 3.

President of the United States, annual message of, com-
in relation to the colonial trade, communicated, and municated, 472; (See Appendix.) Debate on the
debate on its commitment, 1137, 1138.

reference of, 473, 474.
returning the Maysville road bill, with his objec returns Maysville road bill with objections, 1138.
tions, 1138.

(See Appendix.)
confidential, from, announced, 1149.

message of, communicated in relation to the colo-
explanatory of his signature to the survey bill,

pial trade, and debate on its commitment, 1137,
1148.

1138.
Military Academy. (See West Point.)

transmits a confidential message, 1139.
Molasses and rum. (See Duties.)

message fron, explanatory of his signature to the
Navigation laws and duties on imports, bill to amend re-

survey bill, &c. 1148.
ported, and debate on motions to commit it, and Removal of Indians. (See Indians.)
postpone, 863 to 866, 868, 884, 896, 902, 952, Retrenchment.

(See Pay.).
979 to 986, 988 to 993; bill laid on the table, Revolutionary pensioners, bill declaratory of the act to pro-
993.

vide for, taken up, 624; amendment proposed,
Navy, resolutions introduced to discontinue the use of ar-

adopted, and bill reported to the House, 626;
dent spirits in the, 584; taken up, and debate

taken up, propositions to amend, and debate
thereon, 587 to 589; amendment proposed, and

thereon, 626 to 628; ordered to third reading,
negatived, 589; motion to lay on the table nega-

629; debate on its passage, 629 to 635; passed, 635.
tived, 589; resolutions agreed to, 590.

bill to exempt from arrest on civil action, &c. taken
Navy, report of the Secretary of, accompanying the Pre-

up, 636; ordered to a third reading 637.
sident's annual message, (Appendix) 29. Rule, resolution reported to suspend the joint, which pre-
Navy commissioners, report of, accompanying the Presi vents the sending bills from one House to the
dent's annual message, (Appendix) 54.

other during the three last days of the session,
Newspapers, proposition to discontinue the practice of fur-

1139; debate thereon, and resolution passed, 1140.
nishing, at the public expense, negatived, 472. Salt. (See Duties on Tea and Coffee.).
New York, memorial of citizens of, praying protection for

resolution introduced to repeal the duty on, 986;
southern Indians, presented, 506. (See Indians.)

Jaid on the table, 986; question of consideration
North Carolina, resolution in relation to the establishment

taken, 994; call of the House moved upon, 994;
of a mint in the gold region of, reconsidered, 483;

motion to suspend the rule for consideration ne-
agreed to, 484.

gatived, 994; again taken up, and proposition to
Order, points of, decided, 719, 734, 757, 797, 803, 865,

modify withdrawn, 1016; modification again pro-
922, 966, 994, 1037, 1049, 1140, 1145.

posed, and motion to lay the resolution on the
Pay of army and navy officers, bill to regulate the, intro. table negatived, 1016; substitute offered, and ori-
duced, 613; motion to refer to the Military Com-

ginal motion withdrawn, 1037.
mittee, negatived, 614.

bill to reduce the duties on, introduced, 1049; second
Pay of members of Congress, resolution introduced to reading objected to, 1049; motion to lay on the
reduce the, when the first session exceeds one

table negatived, and bill ordered to second read-
hundred and twenty days, and the second ninety

ing, 1049; motion to commit, with instructions to
days, 626; taken up, and debate thereon, 666 to amend, 1120; previous question put, sustained,
668, 683 to 688, 700 to 705, 718 to 720; resolu-

and bill ordered to a third reading, 1121; again
tion negatived, 720.

taken up, various motions proposed, and bill
Peck, James H. memorial of, presented, 736; motion to

passed, i139.
commit negatived, and memorial ordered to lie Sergeant-at-arms to the House appointed, 472.
on the table, 736; resolution introduced to per- Silk, motion to print ten thousand copies of a manual on
mit him to make explanations to the House in the growth and manufacture of, debated, 869;
answer to charges preferred against him, 746;

taken up, amended, and agreed to, 1121, 1122.
amended, and debate thereon, 746 to 753; letter Smyth, Mr. Alexander, of Virginia, death of, announced,

and committee appointed to superintend his proposed, 553; resolution referred to the Com.
funeral, 807.

mitiee on 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, 584.
Stevenson, Andrew, elected Speaker of the House, 470. Yeas and Nays on passing bill for relief of widows, child.
address of, 470; oath of office administered to,

ren, &c. of officers, seamen, &c. lost in the sloop
471.

of war Hornet, 580.
Sugar cane, vegetables, grains, seccs, shrubs, &c. resolu on third reading bill to remit duties on goods de-
tions introduced to obtain from abroad such as

stroyed by fire, 622.
are adapted to the soil and climate of the United on third reading revolutionary pension bill, 629.
States, 554; agreed to, 555.

on passing same, 635.
Tariff, debate on the reference of that part of the Presi. on passing resolution in relation to pay of mem-
dent's annual message which relates to the, 472,

bers, 720.
473, 474.

on third reading Buffalo road bill, 790.
Tariff of duties on imports, bill to reduce the, introduced, on adopting report of Judiciary Committee in the
555; second reading objected to, 556; 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 billin alteration of the acts laying
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-

on 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 Washington and Frederick Road
West Point Academy, resolution introduced, calling for Company, 1148.

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

Massachusetts, 1148.

INDEX TO THE NAMES OF THE SPEAKERS

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.

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. on electing a clerk to the House, 471.

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

military academy at West Point, 552, 553, 514.
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 and New Orleans road, 739.

Baltimore and Ohio rail-road, 1136.
referring President's message in relation to colonial Buchanan, Mr. on electing a clerk to the House, 471.
trade, 1137.

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

472
revolutionary pensions, 627, 628, 637.

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 spirits in the navy, 589.
Barbour, Mr. J. S, on the Buffalo and New Orleans road, memorial New England society of Friends, 593, 594.

804. revolutionary pensioners, 628.
penitentiary punishment District of Columbia, 822, case 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 road, 803.
Buffalo and New Orleans road, 718.

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

824.
tea and coffee duties, 803.

the tariff, 964, 965, 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, 873.

488.
the tariff, 966, 974.

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

removal of the Indians, 581, 1122.
molasses and rum duty, 1139.

ardent spirits in the navy, 588.
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 Indians, 595, 598.

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

revolutionary pensions, 627, 628, 637.
extension of the pension law, 637.

pensions, 739.
pensions, 683, 735.

case of Judge Peck, 753, 815, 818.
appropriations for fortifications, &c. 722.

crimes in the District of Columbia, 754, 755, 822.
case of Judge Peck, 746, 753.

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

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

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

repealing 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 Indians,
Kentucky deaf and dumb asylum, 757.

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

the tariff, 556, 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.

remission of duties, 622.
condition of the Indians, 541.

pay of members, 720.
removal of the Indians, 580, 819, 988, 993, 1045, 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, 865, 988.

598.

culture of silk, 869.
revolutionary pensions, 630.

referring President's message in relation to colonial
case of Judge Peck, 736, 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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