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In Senate of the United States, February 12, 1824. Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, from the Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the petition of Alfred Moore and Sterling Orgain, reported: That the claim amounts to $120 for the work and labor of Morris Lindsey, a blacksmith, who, under contract with the officer of the Army... Serial Set Vol. No. 90, Session Vol. No.2 1824-02-12
Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, of the commerce and navigation of the United States for the year ending on the 30th September, 1823. February 12, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 90, Session Vol. No.2 1824-02-12
Memorial of the merchants, &c. of Portland, against the tariff bill. February 12, 1824. Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the tariff bill. Serial Set Vol. No. 96, Session Vol. No.4 1824-02-12
Statement of the cost of such manufactures as are embraced in the proposed tariff, for the purpose of excluding the foreign supply by protecting duties; with the amount of duties accruing thereon, in the year ending the 30th Sept., 1823. February 12, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 96, Session Vol. No.4 1824-02-12
Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, of the commerce and navigation of the United States for the year ending on the 30th September, 1823. February 12, 1824. Ordered to be laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 96, Session Vol. No.4 1824-02-12
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting the annual statement of contracts made by the Commissioners of the Navy during the year 1823. February 12, 1824. Ordered to be laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-12
Report of the Committee on the Public Buildings, in relation to the operations on said buildings during the last year, and to their present state. February 12, 1824. Accompanied by a bill making appropriations for the public buildings. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-12
Extinguishment of Indian title to land in Indiana. Communicated to the Senate, February 13, 1824. American State Papers 31 1824-02-13
In Senate of the United States, February 13, 1824. Ordered to be printed. Mr. Talbot submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the expediency of so modifying and changing the 25th section of the Judiciary Act of 1789... Serial Set Vol. No. 90, Session Vol. No.2 1824-02-13
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Nathaniel Jones. February 13, 1824. Read, and with a bill for his relief, reported herewith, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-13
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of John Holliday, accompanied with a bill for his relief. February 13, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-13
Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, in relation to compensation to a company of rangers commanded by Captain James Bigger. January 23, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. February 13, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-13
Report of the Committee on Private Land Claims, in the case of George Harlin. February 13, 1824. Read, and committed, with a bill for his relief, to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-13
In Senate of the United States, February 10, 1824. Mr. Van Buren, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the petition of Ebenezer Oliver and others, directors of a corporation called the New-England Mississippi Land Company, &c. reported as follows: 1st. That, by the articles of agreement and cession of the 24th of April, 1802, between the United States and the State of Georgia... Serial Set Vol. No. 90, Session Vol. No.2 1824-02-16
Report of the select committee, to whom was referred the message of the President of the United States in relation to the representatives of the late Caron de Beaumarchais. February 16, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-16
Report in Senate of the United States, February 17, 1824. Mr. Ruggles, from the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Obadiah Jones, receiver of public money at Huntsville, Alabama, respectively reported: That the petition presents the following facts, which are proved by the depositions and documents accompanying it, to wit: That, in the night of the 14th February, 1822, the weather being rainy and boisterous, a Negro man, called Squire, entered the chamber of the petitioner, and took from his pocket seventeen hundred dollars of land office money... Serial Set Vol. No. 90, Session Vol. No.2 1824-02-17
Memorial of the citizens of Richmond and Manchester, in Virginia, upon the subject of the proposed tariff now before Congress. February 17, 1824. Read, and, referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 96, Session Vol. No.4 1824-02-17
Comparative statement of duties on certain imported goods shewing the duties heretofore paid, now paid, and as proposed by the new tariff. February 17, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 96, Session Vol. No.4 1824-02-17
Report of the Committee of Naval Affairs, on the petition of Jonas Duncan, with a bill for his relief. February 17, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-17
Report of the Committee on the Public Lands, to whom was referred a letter and documents from the Secretary of the Treasury, in relation to the loss of a sum of money by the receiver of the land office at Vandalia. February 17, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-17
In Senate of the United States, February 17, 1824. Mr. Van Buren, from the Committee on the Judiciary, on the petition of John S. Stiles, executor of George Stiles, late of the City of Baltimore, deceased, report: That the same petition was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary... Serial Set Vol. No. 90, Session Vol. No.2 1824-02-17
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting the annual statement of the appropriations and expenditures for the naval service for the year 1823; and the unexpended balances of appropriations on the first February, 1824. February 18, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-18
Bank of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 20, 1824. American State Papers 12 1824-02-20
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements of the situation of the Bank of the United States, on the 8th Jan., 1823, and 10th Jan., 1824. February 20, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-20
Letter from the Treasury Department, transmitting statements of payments made at the Treasury, during the year 1823, for the discharge of miscellaneous claims not otherwise provided for by law; of contracts made by collectors for the Revenue Service for the year 1822; of expenditures on account of sick and disabled seamen for the year 1822; and of contracts made for oil, light-houses, buoys, &c. February 20, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee upon the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-20
Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a list of post routes which have not produced, within the past year, one third of the expense of transporting the mail on the same. February 20, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-20
Memorial of sundry inhabitants of Petersburg, in Virginia, upon the subject of the proposed tariff. February 20, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-20
Report of the Committee of Elections, to whom was referred the petition of sundry citizens of the District of Norfolk, in the State of Massachusetts, remonstrating against the return of John Bailey, esq. as a representative of said district, in the 18th Congress. February 20, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-20
In Senate of the United States, February 22, 1824. Mr. Barton, from the Committee on Public Lands, to whom was referred the petition of Andrew Henshaw, with the accompanying documents, have had the same under consideration, and report: That the petitioner claims of the United States $930.82 for surveying performed by him, as a deputy of the late Thomas Freeman, surveyor of the United States' lands south of Tennessee... Serial Set Vol. No. 89, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-22
Remission of duties on goods imported coastwise. Communicated to the Senate, February 23, 1824. American State Papers 12 1824-02-23
Remission of duties on goods imported coastwise. Communicated to the Senate, February 23, 1824. American State Papers 12 1824-02-23
Rules and regulations. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1824. American State Papers 17 1824-02-23
Estimate of the expense of transporting two hundred troops to the mouth of the Columbia River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1824. American State Papers 17 1824-02-23
On the services of the militia of Massachusetts during the War of 1812-'15, and claim of that state for pay therefor. Communicated to the Senate, February 23, 1824. American State Papers 18 1824-02-23
Disbursements in the Indian department. Communicated to the Senate, February 23, 1824. American State Papers 08 1824-02-23
Exemption of public lands from taxation after sale in Indiana. Communicated to the Senate, February 23, 1824. American State Papers 31 1824-02-23
Pension to the mother of the late Captain Oliver H. Perry. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1824. American State Papers 23 1824-02-23
Cordage made from American and Russian hemp contrasted. Communicated to the Senate, February 23, 1824. American State Papers 23 1824-02-23
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, communicating information of the quantity of cordage manufactured from hemp of domestic growth which has been used in the service of the Navy since the year 1812; &c. &c. (In obedience to a resolution of the Senate, of 22d January last.) February 23, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 90, Session Vol. No.2 1824-02-23
In Senate of the United States, February 23, 1824. Mr. Ruggles, from the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of William Eaton, reported: The petitioner states that, in March, 1813, he made a contract with General Dearborn, at Albany, to bake, at Cayuga, two thousand barrels of flour into hard bread, for the use of the troops of the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 90, Session Vol. No.2 1824-02-23
In Senate of the United States, February 23, 1824. Mr. Smith, from the Committee on Finance, to which was referred the petition of Napier, Rapelye & Bennet, citizens and merchants of Charleston, South Carolina, reported: That the petitioners state, that they received a consignment of fifty boxes of sugar from St. Augustine, in the month of January, 1822, then a port of the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 90, Session Vol. No.2 1824-02-23
In Senate of the United States, February 23, 1824. Mr. Smith, from the Committee of Finance, to which was referred the petition of Petray and Viel, merchants and citizens of Charleston, South Carolina, reported: That the petitioners state that they received on consignment, from St. Augustine, certain sugars and brandies... Serial Set Vol. No. 90, Session Vol. No.2 1824-02-23
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting certain documents in relation to the claim of the State of Massachusetts for services rendered by the militia of that state during the late war with Great Britain. February 23, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 90, Session Vol. No.2 1824-02-23
Memorial of the citizens of Beaufort, S. Carolina, and its vicinity, remonstrating against the passage of the tariff bill. February 23, 1824. Read, and, referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-23
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 12th inst., in relation to the rules and regulations compiled by General Scott for the government of the Army of the United States. February 23, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-23
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting information in relation to the western boundary line of the Territory of Arkansas. February 23, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-23
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Secretary of War, of the expense which would be incurred by transporting two hundred of the troops now at the Council Bluffs to the mouth of the Columbia River. February 23, 1824. Read, and referred to the select committee appointed on the 29th December last, upon the subject of forming a settlement upon the Columbia River. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-23
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting copies of the reports of the incorporated banks of the District of Columbia. February 23, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-23
Report of the Committee on Naval Affairs, to which was recommitted the bill for the relief of Sarah Perry, mother of the late Oliver H. Perry. February 23, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-23
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting certain documents relating to the claim of the State of Massachusetts for services rendered by the militia of that state during the late war with Great Britain. February 23, 1824. Read: Ordered, that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-23
In Senate of the United States, February 24, 1824. Mr. King, of Alabama, from the Committee on Public Lands, to whom was referred the memorial of the heirs of Don Harpin de la Gautrais, praying to be confirmed in their title to a tract of land situated on the west of Pearl River, in the State of Louisiana, reported... Serial Set Vol. No. 90, Session Vol. No.2 1824-02-24
Memorial of the merchants, ship owners, and mechanics of Portsmouth, in the State of New Hampshire. February 24, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-24
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, to whom was referred a resolution of the House of Representatives of 21st January, 1824, instructing said committee to inquire into the expediency of appropriating $5,000 for the use of the Library of Congress, accompanying a bill for effecting that object. February 24, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-24
Report of the select committee in the case of Willie Blount. February 24, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-24
Compensation of registers and receivers of the public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1824. American State Papers 31 1824-02-25
In Senate of the United States, February 25, 1824. Mr. M'Ilvaine, from the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Thomas Staniford, a captain in the Army of the United States, respectfully reported: That, from the petition, deposition, and other documents of Capt. Staniford, it appears that, in the year 1812, he was appointed an ensign in the Eleventh Regiment of United States' Infantry, and, shortly after, was appointed paymaster of said regiment... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-02-25
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 11th instant, in relation to the construction given by the registers and receivers of the land offices to the act of 1821 for the relief of the purchasers of the public lands, and the instructions given to them relative to said act with regard to fees, or compensation, &c. &c. February 25, 1824. Referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-25
Remonstrance against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1824. American State Papers 12 1824-02-26
Claim to the land on which Fort Delaware is erected. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1824. American State Papers 17 1824-02-26
Remission of a penalty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1824. American State Papers 27 1824-02-26
Annual expenditures for the gradual increase of the Navy, and the progress made in building since 1816. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1824. American State Papers 23 1824-02-26
In Senate of the United States, February 26, 1824. Mr. Lloyd, of Massachusetts, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, to whom was referred the petition of Moses Atkinson, and others, praying remuneration for losses sustained in consequence of the necessary destruction of the United States' ship Adams, during the late war, reported... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-02-26
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 4th inst., in relation to a suit brought for the recovery of the possession of a tract of land, called the Pea Patch, upon which Fort Delaware is situated, and in which the United States are interested; the sums of money which have been paid for defending said suit; to whom paid, &c. &c. February 26, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-26
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Secretary of the Navy, of the expenditures under the acts of 1816 and 1821, for the gradual increase of the Navy; the vessels built and building; the timber purchased and contracted for, &c. February 26, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-26
Letter from the Secretary of State, with a list of the clerks employed in his office during the year 1823, and the compensation received by each. February 26, 1824. Read and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-26
Memorial of the Chamber of Commerce of the City of Philadelphia. February 26, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill to Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-26
Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting statements shewing the amount of postage received at each of the post offices in the United States and the territories thereof during the year 1822. February 26, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-26
Report of the Committee of Private Land Claims, in the case of Judah Alden, with a bill for his relief. February 26, 1824. Read, and, with the bill committed for to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-26
Report of the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, in the case of Henry Lightner, accompanied by a bill. February 26, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-26
Resolution submitted by Mr. Owen. February 26, 1824. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-02-26
Remonstrance of the Chamber of Commerce of New Haven, against the tariff bill. February 27, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-02-27
Report of the Committee on Roads and Canals, upon the subject of the navigation of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, accompanied with a bill to improve the navigation of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. February 28, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Monday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-02-28
Ammunition for Captain Partridge's academy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1824. American State Papers 17 1824-03-03
Application of the Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions for pecuniary aid in civilizing the Indians. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1824. American State Papers 08 1824-03-03
Memorial of George Jones and others, praying that no addition may be made to the existing tariff. March 3, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-03-03
Memorial of the inhabitants of the City of Darien, in the State of Georgia. March 3, 1824. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House; to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-03-03
Memorial of sundry merchants, traders, and other citizens of Baltimore. March 3, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-03-03
Memorial of sundry farmers of the State of Pennsylvania. March 3, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports, &c. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-03-03
Memorial of the inhabitants of Darlington, in the State of South Carolina. March 3, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-03-03
Memorial of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. March 3, 1824. Referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-03-03
Report of the Committee of Elections, to whom was referred the resolution of the House of Representatives of the 25th ultimo, instructing them to report whether any other members returned to this House "were not, at the time of their election, inhabitants of the state from which they were respectively returned." March 3, 1824. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the report of the Committee of Elections in the case of John Bailey. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-03-03
Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, on the resolution instructing it to inquire into the expediency of issuing ammunition to Captain Alden Partridge for instruction of his pupils in practical gunnery, accompanied with a bill, &c. March 3, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-03
Fortifications. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 4, 1824. American State Papers 17 1824-03-04
Extinguishment of Indian title to land in Mississippi. Communicated to the Senate, March 4, 1824. American State Papers 31 1824-03-04
Memorial of the Legislature of the State of Mississippi, relative to the purchase of certain Indian Territory, &c. March 4, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-03-04
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 9th ultimo, in relation to the report of the register of the land office, in the Eastern District of Louisiana. March 4, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 97, Session Vol. No.5 1824-03-04
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting, (in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives, of 1st March, 1823), information of the number and position of the permanent fortifications of the United States, &c. March 4, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-04
Report of the select committee to which was referred, on the 9th ultimo, the memorial of Dr. James Smith, accompanied with a bill to encourage vaccination. March 4, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-03-04
Contracts for surveying the public lands in Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas. Communicated to the Senate, March 5, 1824. American State Papers 31 1824-03-05
Letter from the Secretary of War, with statements of expenditures on account of the Military Academy at West Point for one year preceding the 30th September last. March 5, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-03-05
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of John Chalmers. March 5, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-03-05
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of John P. Cox. March 5, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 105, Session Vol. No.1 1824-03-05
Memorial of a committee of the inhabitants of the Town of Fayetteville, in the State of North Carolina. March 6, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-06
Condition of the Military Academy at West Point, and an estimate of the cost of establishing another in one of the western states. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 8, 1824. American State Papers 17 1824-03-08
Sale of surplus arms, ammunition, and military stores. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 8, 1824. American State Papers 17 1824-03-08
Lands acquired in satisfaction of debts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 8, 1824. American State Papers 30 1824-03-08
Exemption of public lands from taxation after sale in Indiana. Communicated to the Senate, March 8, 1824. American State Papers 31 1824-03-08
In Senate of the United States, March 8, 1824. The Committee on Public Lands have had under their consideration a joint resolution of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, asking consent of Congress to the revocation of that part of the compact between the United States and the State of Indiana by which all public lands sold in that state... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-03-08
Memorial of the citizens of Madison, in Morgan County, in the State of Georgia. March 8, 1824. Read and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-08
Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, on the resolution instructing them to inquire into the expediency of authorizing the President of the United States to direct the sale of unserviceable ammunition and military stores, &c. with a bill to effect such purpose. March 8, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-08
Letter from the Secretary of War, to Mr. Livingston, of Louisiana, transmitting information in relation to the Military Academy at West Point, &c. &c. March 8, 1824. Submitted to the House of Representatives by Mr. Livingston, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-08
Preservation of the arms provided for the militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 10, 1824. American State Papers 17 1824-03-10
School lands in Ohio. Communicated to the Senate on the 10th day of March, 1824. American State Papers 30 1824-03-10
Memorial of the citizens of Norfolk, in the State of Virginia, upon the subject of the bill to amend the several acts for imposing duties on imports. March 10, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-10
Resolution and memorial of the Legislature of the State of Ohio, upon the subject of the lands set apart for the purposes of public schools. March 10, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-10
Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, on a resolution instructing them to inquire into the expediency of amending the act which provides for the distribution of arms, &c. among the different states and territories. March 10, 1824. Read, and with an accompanying bill concerning the distribution of arms to the militia, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-10
Land claim derived from the State of Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 11, 1824. American State Papers 30 1824-03-11
Memorial of sundry citizens of Putnam County, in the State of Georgia. March 11, 1824. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-11
Report of the Committee on Public Lands, in the case of James Steptoe and others. March 11, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-11
In Senate of the United States, March 12, 1824. Mr. Bell, from the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Reuben Colburn, reported: That the petitioner states that, in the month of August, A.D. 1775, he built two hundred and twenty batteaux for the use of the Army... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-03-12
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a supplemental report of William Lambert, explanatory of his astronomical calculations with a view to establish the longitude of the Capitol. December 23, 1823. Read. March 12, 1824. Ordered to be printed for the use of the Senate. Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-03-12
Remission of forfeiture under revenue laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 13, 1824. American State Papers 12 1824-03-13
Navy Hospital Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 13, 1824. American State Papers 23 1824-03-13
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting (pursuant to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 20th of January last), statements shewing the situation of the Navy Hospital Fund. March 13, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-13
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, in the case of David Beard, accompanied with a bill for his relief. March 13, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-13
Encouragement of manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 15, 1824. American State Papers 12 1824-03-15
Memorial of the Pennsylvania Society for the Encouragement of American Manufactures. March 15, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-15
Memorial of sundry farmers of the State of Pennsylvania. March 15, 1824. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-15
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Thomas L. Ogden and others, with a bill for their relief. March 15, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-15
Title of the United States to a township of land in the purchase of John Cleves Symmes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 16, 1824. American State Papers 30 1824-03-16
In Senate of the United States, March 16, 1824. Mr. Smith, from the Committee on Finance, to which was referred the memorial of Charles Gwynn, of Baltimore, praying that a sum of money erroneously paid by him into the Treasury may be refunded... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-03-16
Message from the President of the United States, in relation to the execution of the resolution of Congress ordering a monument to be erected to the memory of General Wooster. March 16, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-16
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Solomon Sibley, with a bill for his relief. March 16, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-16
Report of the Committee on the Public Lands, who were instructed by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 31st December, 1823, to inquire into the title and right of the United States in and to one township of land, reserved for certain purposes, in the contract entered into by John C. Symmes. March 16, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-16
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting an abstract of the official emoluments and expenditures of the officers of the Customs; as, also, a statement of the fees received in the case of certificates to accompany distilled spirits, wines and teas; commissions on disbursements, as superintendents of lighthouses, and as agents for marine hospitals, for the year 1823. March 17, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-17
Proposition to hold treaties with the tribes beyond the Mississippi for preserving the fur trade. Communicated to the Senate, March 18, 1824. American State Papers 08 1824-03-18
In Senate of the United States, March 18, 1824. Mr. M'Ilvaine, from the Select Committee on Roads and Canals, to whom was referred the memorial of J.L. Skinner, reported: On the 14th day of February, 1817, one George Paul entered into a contract with the government of the United States to construct and finish about twelve miles and three quarters of a mile of the Cumberland Road... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-03-18
In Senate of the United States, March 18, 1824. Mr. Benton, from the Committee on Indian Affairs, communicated the following documents: Senate Chamber, February 11, 1824. Sir: I am instructed, by the Committee on Indian Affairs, to inquire: 1. What would be the probable expense of moving a military post... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-03-18
Protection to agriculture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 19, 1824. American State Papers 12 1824-03-19
Report of the Committee on Agriculture, upon the subject of increasing the duties upon articles of foreign growth or manufacture. March 19, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-19
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of 27th February last, in relation to the suppression of the African slave trade. March 20, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-20
Correspondence between the Treasury of the United States and Bank of the United States and other banks relative to the public deposits, &c. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 22, 1824. American State Papers 12 1824-03-22
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the second session of the Seventeenth Congress to the first session of the Eighteenth Congress, commencing December 3, 1822, and ending March 22, 1824. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Asbury Dickins, Secretary of the Senate, and James C. Allen, Clerk of the House of Representatives. On Finance. Volume IV. American State Papers 12 1824-03-22
Index to Finance. Volume IV. American State Papers 12 1824-03-22
Letter from the Treasury Department, accompanied with all the correspondence between the Secretary and the banks in which the public moneys were deposited between the 1st of January, 1817, and the 8th of May, 1822, not heretofore communicated to the House of Representatives. March 22, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 100, Session Vol. No.8 1824-03-22
Report of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, in the case of Josiah Jordan. March 22, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-22
Report of the Committee of Claims in the case of Goldsmith and Roderick, with a bill for their relief. March 22, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-22
On the services and accounts of Colonel William Duane, of the Army. Communicated to the Senate, March 23, 1824. American State Papers 18 1824-03-23
Civilization of the Indians. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 23, 1824. American State Papers 08 1824-03-23
Land for the use of schools in Ohio. Communicated to the Senate, March 23, 1824. American State Papers 31 1824-03-23
In Senate of the United States, March 23, 1824. Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, from the Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the memorial of Col. William Duane, reported: That the claims of the petitioner may be divided into classes: 1st, claims for military works; 2d, claims suspended for want of sufficient regular vouchers and want of vouchers supposed to be lost... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-03-23
In Senate of the United States, March 23, 1824. Mr. Benton, from the select committee, to whom was referred the memorial from the General Assembly of the Territory of Arkansas, reported: That the memorialists represent that the line prescribed by an act of the last session of Congress, for the western boundary of the Territory of Arkansas... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-03-23
Report of the Committee on Indian Affairs, who were instructed, by a resolution of the House of Representatives, to inquire into the expediency of repealing the act making provision for the civilization of the Indian tribes adjoining the frontier settlements of the United States, &c. &c. March 23, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-23
Operations of the armories for the year 1823. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 24, 1824. American State Papers 17 1824-03-24
Survey and disposition of the public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 24, 1824. American State Papers 31 1824-03-24
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of the expenditures at the national armories, and of the arms, &c. made therein during the year 1823. March 24, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-24
Message from the President of the United States, upon the subject of the accounts of Daniel D. Tompkins, late governor of the State of New York. March 24, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-24
Report of the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, in the case of William F. Gray. March 24, 1824. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-24
Spoliations by France from 1793-1800. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1824. American State Papers 05 1824-03-25
Letter from the Commissioner of the General Land Office, with statements in relation to the public lands. March 25, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-03-25
Report of the Committee of Foreign Relations, respecting French spoliations from 1793 to 1800. March 25, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-25
In Senate of the United States, March 26, 1824. Mr. Van Buren, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the petition of Thomas Hewes, having had the same under consideration, reported: It appears that, in the month of August, 1812, James Jones imported from Canada into the State of Vermont a quantity of goods... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-03-26
Report of the Committee of Foreign Relations, on the petition of Jonathan S. Smith. March 26, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-26
In Senate of the United States, March 29, 1824. Mr. Dickerson, from the Joint Library Committee, reported: That they have had under consideration the following letter of the Secretary of State... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-03-29
Memorial of sundry citizens of the City and County of Philadelphia. March 29, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-29
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Charles Wilkins. March 29, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-29
Salt springs and lead and copper mines. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 30, 1824. American State Papers 30 1824-03-30
In Senate of the United States, March 30, 1824. Mr. Barton communicated the following documents. Letter to Governor Miller, Major Bradford, and William Russell, concerning surveyor's office in Arkansas... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-03-30
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Secretary of War, and of the Commissioner of the General Land Office, in relation to the salt springs, and lead and copper mines. March 30, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-03-30
Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, on the petition of Jacob Slough, with a bill for his relief. March 31, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-31
Report of the committee to which was referred the message of the President of the United States, bearing date 22d January, 1823, upon the subject of the navigation of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers, accompanied with a bill appropriating money to assist the States of Kentucky and Ohio to open a canal around the falls at Louisville, Kentucky. March 31, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-03-31
Extinguishment of Indian title to lands in Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 2, 1824. American State Papers 08 1824-04-02
Lands reconveyed to the United States by the United Brethren for Propagating the Gospel among the Heathen. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 2, 1824. American State Papers 30 1824-04-02
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting certain papers relating to the compact between the U. States & the State of Georgia, of 1802, &c. April 2, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-04-02
In Senate of the United States, April 2, 1824. Mr. Lloyd, of Massachusetts, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, to whom was referred the petition of Thomas Johnson, late a purser in the Navy of the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-04-02
Report of the select committee, to which was referred the message from the President of the United States of the 25th ultimo, in relation to the recession of certain tracts of land to the United States by the United Brethren for Propagating the Gospel among the Heathen, accompanied by a bill providing for the disposition of said land. April 2, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-02
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting certain papers relating to the compact between the U. States & the State of Georgia, of 1802, &c. April 2, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-04-02
Extinguishment of Indian title to lands in Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 5, 1824. American State Papers 08 1824-04-05
Memorial & remonstrance of the Legislature of the State of Georgia, upon the subject of the extinguishment of the Indian title to certain lands within the said state. April 5, 1824. Read, and referred to the select committee appointed the 30th ult. on the message of the President of the United States in relation to the compact between the United States and the State of Georgia. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-04-05
Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a list of the clerks employed in the General Post Office during the year 1823, and the compensation of each. April 5, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-04-05
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, to whom was referred a resolution of the House of Representatives of 27th February last, instructing said Committee to inquire into the expediency of making appropriation to compensate the friendly Creek Indians for property lost and destroyed during the late Creek War. April 5, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-05
Report of the select committee, appointed on the 8th ult. to inquire into the expediency of amending the act of the 3d March, 1817, accompanied with a bill further to amend the act of the 9th April, 1816, authorizing payment for property lost, captured, or destroyed by the enemy during the late war. April 5, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-05
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of Francis Zock. March 12, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. April 5, 1824. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-05
Memorial of the inhabitants of St. Luke's Parish, South Carolina, to the Speaker and members of the House of Representatives. April 5, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 98, Session Vol. No.6 1824-04-05
Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a report of the names of postmasters who are defaulters to the government for the sixteen years immediately preceding the 1st of July last; the sums by them respectively due; and the proceedings of the Department in each case. April 7, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-04-07
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Samuel Cleveland, Jr. with a bill for his relief. April 7, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-07
Letter from the Treasurer of the United States, transmitting the accounts of his office from 1st July, 1822, to 30th June, 1825. April 8, 1824. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 104, Session Vol. No.12 1824-04-08
Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, on the petition of Col. William Cocke, with a bill for his relief. April 9, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-09
Pay and emoluments of certain general officers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 12, 1824. American State Papers 17 1824-04-12
Claim of Virginia for interest on money borrowed to pay her militia. Communicated to the Senate, April 12, 1824. American State Papers 17 1824-04-12
State of the funds reserved to certain states from the sales of the public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 13, 1824. American State Papers 30 1824-04-13
Letter from the Treasury Department, accompanied with statements in relation to the two and three per cent. funds arising from the sale of public lands in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Mississippi, Alabama, & Louisiana. Prepared in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of 17th December, 1823. April 13, 1824. Read: Ordered that they lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-04-13
Report of the Committee on the Expenditures on the Public Buildings. April 13, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-13
Message from the President of the United States, in relation to the claim of Virginia, on account of interest paid by that state on moneys borrowed for the payment of the militia thereof for services rendered the United States. April 13, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-04-13
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, on the message of the President of the United States, relative to the accounts of Daniel D. Tompkins. April 14, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-14
Report of the Committee on Private Land Claims, to whom was referred a resolution of the 26th of February last, instructing the Committee to inquire into the expediency of granting the right of pre-emption to certain actual settlers in the District of St. Helena Court House, Louisiana. April 14, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the bill granting a right of pre-emption to certain actual settlers in that part of the former province of West Florida, included in the District of Jackson Court House. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-14
Claims of the Creeks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 15, 1824. American State Papers 08 1824-04-15
Extinguishment of Indian title to lands in Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 15, 1824. American State Papers 08 1824-04-15
Marine Corps. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 15, 1824. American State Papers 23 1824-04-15
Documents submitted by the Chairman of the Committee on Naval Affairs, in relation to the bill in addition to an act establishing Navy hospitals. April 15, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-04-15
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a report of the number of non-commissioned officers and privates of the Marine Corps, and where stationed. Also, a report of the amount paid to the lieutenant colonel of said Corps, for the past year; his monthly pay and emoluments of office. April 15, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-04-15
Report of the select committee, to which was referred the President's message of the 30th March, 1823, relating to the compact of 1802 between the United States and the State of Georgia; also, a memorial of the legislature of the said state upon the same subject. April 15, 1824. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-15
Report of the select committee, appointed on the 29th of December last, with instructions to inquire into the expediency of occupying the mouth of the Columbia River. April 15, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-15
Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, in the case of Dean Weymouth, with a bill for his relief. April 15, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-15
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of John Mitchell, with a bill for his relief. April 24, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-15
Relative to a site for a national armory on the western waters. Communicated to the Senate, April 16, 1824. American State Papers 18 1824-04-16
Views of the Cherokees in relation to further cessions of their lands. Communicated to the Senate, April 16, 1824. American State Papers 08 1824-04-16
Proposition of a part of the Cherokees to cede their lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 16, 1824. American State Papers 08 1824-04-16
Memorial of Thomas Law, Walter Jones, and Elias B. Caldwell, a committee appointed at a meeting of the inhabitants of the City of Washington to memorialise Congress on the subject of a national currency. April 16, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-04-16
Memorial of John Ross, Geo. Lowrey, Major Ridge, and Elijah Hicks. Delegates from the Cherokee Nation of Indians. April 16, 1824. Read, and referred to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-04-16
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 25th ultimo, in relation to the selection of a suitable site for a national armory on the western waters. April 16, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-04-16
Message from the President of the United States, communicating a report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office, in relation to a township of land lying within John C. Symmes' patent. April 16, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-04-16
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Secretary of War, respecting proposals made by certain Cherokee Indians for the cession of their lands to the United States. April 16, 1824. Read, and referred to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-04-16
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of the executors of James Roddey, deceased. April 16, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-16
Ninian Edwards' charges of financial mismanagement. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 19, 1824. American State Papers 13 1824-04-19
In Senate of the United States, April 19, 1824. Mr. Barbour, from the Committee on the District of Columbia, to whom was referred the memorial of the trustees of the Columbian College, reported... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-04-19
In Senate of the United States, April 20, 1824. Mr. Smith, from the Committee on Finance, to which was referred the memorial of John H. Howland, of New York, reported: That it is proved that two hundred and thirty-seven boxes of sugar... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-04-20
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting (pursuant to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 13th instant), an account of the disbursement of the sums appropriated by the acts of 30th April, 1818, and 3d March, 1819, for improving the President's square, &c. April 20, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-04-20
Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, on the petition of John Topp, with a bill for his relief. April 20, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-20
Annual report of the Washington Canal Company. April 21, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee for the District of Columbia. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-04-21
Ninian Edwards detained from mission to Mexico by House of Representatives. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 23, 1824. American State Papers 13 1824-04-23
Pre-emption rights. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 23, 1824. American State Papers 30 1824-04-23
Message from the President of the United States, in relation to the communication of Ninian Edwards to the House of Representatives, and his proceedings in consequence thereof. April 23, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-04-23
Report of the Committee on Public Lands, upon the subject of granting a right of pre-emption to settlers on the public lands. April 23, 1824. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-23
Report of the Committee of Pensions and Revolutionary Claims, in the case of Pelatiah Littlefield. January 7, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. April 23, 1824. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-23
In Senate of the United States, April 24, 1824. Mr. Dickerson, from the Committee on Commerce and Manufactures, to whom was referred the Act To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-04-24
In Senate of the United States, April 24, 1824. Mr. Van Dyke, from the Select Committee on Roads and Canals, to whom was referred the memorial of the President and directors of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company, reported: The Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company was duly incorporated... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-04-24
Report made to the House of Representatives on the 24th April, 1824, and agreed to. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-04-24
Address of Ninian Edwards, presented to the House of Representatives by the Speaker, April 19, 1824. April 24, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-04-24
In Senate of the United States, April 27, 1824. Mr. Benton, from the Committee on Indian Affairs, laid on the table the following documents: Department of War, April 26, 1824. Sir: The subject of Indian depredations upon the Missouri... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-04-27
In Senate of the United States, April 27, 1824. Mr. Dickerson, from the Committee on Commerce and Manufactures, laid the following documents on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-04-27
In Senate of the United States, April 27, 1824. Mr. Smith, from the Committee on Finance, laid on the table the following documents, relating to the bill making appropriations for certain fortifications... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-04-27
Loans made to government during the War of 1812-'15. Communicated to the Senate, April 28, 1824. American State Papers 13 1824-04-28
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information requested by a resolution of the Senate of 19th inst. of loans made by the executive, through the agency of the War Department, during the late war. Under the condition of applying the same to the defence of the state wherein the said loans were made, to what amount, and whether interest was paid by the United States for such loans. April 28, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-04-28
Message from the President of the United States, upon the subject of a final settlement of the accounts of Daniel D. Tompkins, late governor of the State of New York, &c. April 28, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-04-28
Suppression of the slave trade. Communicated to the Senate in executive session, April 30, 1824, and the injunction of secrecy removed. American State Papers 05 1824-04-30
Treaty with the Cherokees in 1804. Communicated to the Senate, April 30, 1824. American State Papers 08 1824-04-30
On the claim of Massachusetts for services rendered by the militia of that state during the War of 1812-'15. Communicated to the Senate, May 3, 1824. American State Papers 18 1824-05-03
Resolution of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, approving of the declaration of the President of the United States in favor of the cause of liberty in the Western Hemisphere. May 3, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-05-03
Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, upon the subject of the claim of the State of Massachusetts for services rendered by the militia of said state during the late war, with "A Bill Providing for the Settlement and Payment of Said Claim." May 3, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-03
In the House of Representatives of the U.S. May 3, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-03
Claims to land between the lines of Ludlow and Roberts, in Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 4, 1824. American State Papers 30 1824-05-04
Report of the select committee appointed on the 6th ultimo, to inquire into the expediency of providing for the relief of certain purchasers of the public lands lying between Ludlow's and Roberts' lines, in the State of Ohio, whose titles may be affected by the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of Doddridge's lessee versus Thompson and Wright, accompanied with a bill to accomplish that object. May 4, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-04
Report of the select committee upon the memorial of the superintending committee of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum of Kentucky, accompanied with a bill for the benefit of the Asylum. May 4, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House, to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-04
In Senate of the United States, May 6, 1824. Mr. Barbour submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that __ thousand copies of the act, entitled "An Act To Amend the Several Acts for Imposing Duties on Imports," which passed the House of Representatives, April 19, 1824, be printed... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-05-06
Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a list of the contracts made by the Post Office Department, upon the 22d of September, 1823. May 7, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 103, Session Vol. No.11 1824-05-07
Report of the Secretary of State, made in compliance with the act of Congress of the 2d March, 1819, regulating passenger ships & vessels, of the persons arriving in the different ports of the U. States from the 1st October, 1822, to 30th September, 1823. May 7, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 103, Session Vol. No.11 1824-05-07
Report of the committee to which was referred that part of the President's message which relates to the repairs of the Cumberland Road. May 7, 1824. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-07
Suppression of the slave trade. Communicated to the Senate, in executive session, May 8, 1824, and the injunction of secrecy since removed. American State Papers 05 1824-05-08
Examination and survey of the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina, and the coast of Florida, with a view to the establishment of Navy yards. Communicated to the Senate by the Chairman of the Committee on Naval Affairs, May 8, 1824. American State Papers 23 1824-05-08
In Senate of the United States, May 8, 1824. Documents relating to the bill authorizing an examination and survey of the harbor of Charleston and the coast of Florida. Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-05-08
In Senate of the United States, May 10, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. A statement exhibiting the quantity of Madeira and Lisbon wines imported into the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-05-10
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting information in relation to the present state of the commercial intercourse between the United States and Portugal. (In pursuance of a resolution of the Senate of the United States of the 13th ult.) May 10, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-05-10
Answer of the Secretary of the Treasury, to Ninian Edwards' charges of financial mismanagement. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 11, 1824. American State Papers 13 1824-05-11
Names of the officers of the Army brevetted, and compensation on account of such rank. Communicated to the Senate, May 11, 1824. American State Papers 18 1824-05-11
Communication from the Secretary of the Treasury, to the Chairman of the committee to whom was referred the address of Ninian Edwards. May 11, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-05-11
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting (pursuant to a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 10th of March last), statements exhibiting the names of the officers of the Army who have been brevetted, the amount paid on account of such brevet rank, &c. May 11, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-05-11
On the manner of sending supplies of provisions and clothing to the United States squadron on the Pacific Ocean. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 13, 1824. American State Papers 24 1824-05-13
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Secretary of the Navy, in relation to provisions & stores furnished the squadron in the Pacific Ocean, &c. &c. May 13, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-05-13
Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting: first, a list of balances from the collectors of the Customs; second, balances on account of old internal revenue and direct tax; third, balances due from receivers of public moneys for the sale of public lands. All of which have been due more than three years prior to the 30th September, 1823. May 13, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-05-13
Proposition to extinguish Indian title to lands in Missouri. Communicated to the Senate, May 14, 1824. American State Papers 08 1824-05-14
Sale of salt springs in Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 14, 1824. American State Papers 30 1824-05-14
In Senate of the United States, May 14, 1824. Mr. Benton, from the Committee on Indian Affairs, to which was referred the President's message communicating the memorial of the General Assembly of the State of Missouri on the subject of Indians residing within that state, reported... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-05-14
Letter from the Treasury Department, accompanied with a list of balances due by receivers of public money on account of sales of public lands which have remained due and unpaid more than three years prior to the 30th September, 1823. May 14, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-05-14
Report of the Committee on Public Lands, on a resolution and memorial of the Legislature of the State of Ohio, in relation to a sale of a tract of land called the Scioto Salt Springs, with a bill to authorize the sale thereof. May 14, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-14
Claim for pay, prize-money, and pension. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 17, 1824. American State Papers 23 1824-05-17
Trial of Lieutenant Beverly [i.e., Beverley] Kennon. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 17, 1824. American State Papers 23 1824-05-17
Report of the Committee on Roads and Canals, upon the subject of connecting the waters of the Tennessee with those of the Alabama River, and also, upon connecting the waters of the Tennessee with those of the Coosa River, by means of a canal. May 17, 1824. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-17
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Secretary of the Navy, accompanied with the proceedings of a court martial lately held at Norfolk for the trial of Lieut. Beverly [i.e., Beverley] Kennon. (Rendered in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 25th April, 1824.) May 18, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 102, Session Vol. No.10 1824-05-18
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, to the Chairman of the Committee on Public Lands, transmitting documents in relation to land claims in Florida. May 18, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 103, Session Vol. No.11 1824-05-18
Suppression of piracies in the West Indies. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 19, 1824. American State Papers 05 1824-05-19
Report of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, to which was referred so much of the President's message as relates to piracies committed on the commerce of the United States in the neighborhood of the islands of Cuba and Porto Rico. May 19, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-19
Land claims in Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 20, 1824. American State Papers 30 1824-05-20
Suppression of the slave trade. Communicated to the Senate, in executive session, May 21, 1824, and the injunction of secrecy since removed. American State Papers 05 1824-05-21
Operations of the Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 21, 1824. American State Papers 13 1824-05-21
Extent of post roads, and the receipts and expenditures for three years. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 21, 1824. American State Papers 27 1824-05-21
In Senate of the United States, May 21, 1824. Mr. Dickerson, from the Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Representatives to whom was referred the resolution directing them to make such distribution of the rooms of the centre building of the Capitol... Serial Set Vol. No. 91, Session Vol. No.3 1824-05-21
Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a table showing the extent of the post roads, amount of postages collected, compensation of postmasters, &c. in the years 1820, 1821, 1822. May 21, 1824. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 103, Session Vol. No.11 1824-05-21
Letter from the Treasury Department, accompanied by sundry statements in relation to the operations of the Mint of the United States. May 21, 1824. Read: Ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 103, Session Vol. No.11 1824-05-21
On countervailing duties affecting the commerce and tonnage between Great Britain and the United States -- duties on rolled iron, etc. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 22, 1824. American State Papers 05 1824-05-22
Amounts of settlements and delinquencies of prize agents. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 22, 1824. American State Papers 24 1824-05-22
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report shewing what amount of money has been refunded to the government by the several prize agents since 1st March, 1823; the amount paid by each, and when paid; and the legal proceeding against delinquents. May 22, 1824. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 103, Session Vol. No.11 1824-05-22
Report of the Committee on Commerce, accompanied by a bill for regulating of steam boats, and for the security of passengers therein. May 22, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-22
Report of the Committee on Commerce. May 22, 1824. Laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-22
Spoliations by France. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 24, 1824. American State Papers 05 1824-05-24
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of David Shriver, Superintendent of the Cumberland Road, stating the manner in which the appropriation made at the last session has been expended, &c. May 24, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 103, Session Vol. No.11 1824-05-24
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a communication from the Department of State, in relation to the intercourse and trade now carried on between the United States, (and particularly the people of the State of Missouri), and the Mexican provinces, &c. May 24, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 103, Session Vol. No.11 1824-05-24
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of Alexander Hamilton, one of the commissioners of land titles in East Florida, with sundry documents relative thereto. May 18, 1824. Referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. May 21, 1824. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. May 24, 1824. Referred again to the Committee on the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 103, Session Vol. No.11 1824-05-24
Report of the Committee on Foreign Relations, on the petition of Archibald Gracie and others. May 24, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-24
Spoliations by France from 1793 to 1800. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 25, 1824. American State Papers 05 1824-05-25
Report of committee on Ninian Edwards' charges of financial mismanagement. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 25, 1824. American State Papers 13 1824-05-25
Abolition of the Indian trading-houses. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 25, 1824. American State Papers 08 1824-05-25
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Secretary of State, in reply to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 20th ultimo, requiring information relating to spoliations committed on American commerce by French ships of war between the years 1793 & 1800, &c. May 25, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 103, Session Vol. No.11 1824-05-25
Report of the select committee to whom was referred the address of Ninian Edwards. May 25, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-25
Report of the Committee on Indian Affairs, upon the subject of the execution of the Act To Abolish the Indian Trading Establishments, &c. &c. May 25, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-25
Commissioners of land titles in East Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 26, 1824. American State Papers 30 1824-05-26
Report of the Committee on Public Lands, relative to land claims in Florida. May 26, 1824. Read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-26
Report of committee on Ninian Edwards' charges of financial mismanagement. Made by select committee, and printed during the recess, June 21, 1824, under an order of the House of Representatives. American State Papers 13 1824-05-27
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the first session of the Fourteenth to the first session of the Eighteenth Congress, inclusive: commencing December 4, 1815, and ending May 27, 1824. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Walter Lowrie, Secretary of the Senate, and Walter S. Franklin, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume [III. Public Lands.] American State Papers 30 1824-05-27
Index to Public Lands. Volume III. American State Papers 30 1824-05-27
Unfinished business of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the close of the 1st session of the 18th Congress. May 27, 1824. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-27
Report of the select committee on the address of Ninian Edwards. June 21, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 106, Session Vol. No.2 1824-05-27
Condition of the Post Office Department. Communicated to the Senate, December 2, 1823. American State Papers 27 1824-12-06
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the second session of the Eighteenth Congress; begun and held at the City of Washington, December 6, 1824, and in the forty-ninth year of the independence of said United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 107 1824-12-06
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, being the second session of the Eighteenth Congress; begun and held at the City of Washington, December 6, 1824, and in the forty-ninth year of the independence of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 112 1824-12-06
A list of reports to be made to the House of Representatives at the second session of the Eighteenth Congress, by the executive departments. Prepared by the Clerk in obedience to a standing order of the House of Representatives. December 6, 1823. Serial Set Vol. No. 113, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-06
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement prepared by the Third Auditor, exhibiting the names of the persons who have settled their accounts at that office between the 30th Nov., 1823, and 1st Dec., 1824. Agreeably to the provisions of the "Act, in Addition to the Act for the Prompt Settlement of Public Accounts," &c. December 6, 1824. Read, and ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 113, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-06
Letter from the Clerk of the House of Representatives, accompanied with sundry statements prepared in obedience to a resolution of the 1st March, 1823, requiring from the Secretary of the Senate, and Clerk of the House of Representatives, an annual statement of the expenditures from the contingent fund of the two Houses of Congress. March 19, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 113, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-06
Message of the President of the United States at the commencement of the session. Communicated to Congress, December 7, 1824. American State Papers 05 1824-12-07
Correspondence with Great Britain relative to the suppression of the slave trade. Communicated to Congress with the message of the President, December 7, 1824. American State Papers 05 1824-12-07
Correspondence with Spain relative to affairs under discussion with that country. Communicated to Congress with the message of the President of December 7, 1824. American State Papers 05 1824-12-07
Condition of the military establishment and the fortifications. Communicated to Congress by the President of the United States, December 7, 1824. American State Papers 17 1824-12-07
Expenditures of the Indian department. Communicated to Congress, December 7, 1824. American State Papers 08 1824-12-07
Military bounty lands. Communicated to Congress, by the President of the United States, December 7, 1824. American State Papers 31 1824-12-07
Condition of the Post Office Department. Communicated to Congress, by the President of the United States, December 7, 1824. American State Papers 27 1824-12-07
Condition of the Navy and Marine Corps. Communicated to Congress by the President of the United States, December 7, 1824. American State Papers 23 1824-12-07
Message from the President of the United States, to both Houses of Congress, at the commencement of the second session of the Eighteenth Congress. December 7, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 108, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-07
Message from the President of the United States, to both Houses of Congress, at the commencement of the second session of the Eighteenth Congress. December 7, 1824. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 113, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-07
Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting a list of balances on the books of receipts and expenditures in the Office of the Register which have remained unsettled more than three years prior to the 30th Sept., 1824. December 10, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 113, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-10
Piracies on the commerce of the United States in the West Indies. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 13, 1824. American State Papers 05 1824-12-13
Application of a meeting of merchants and citizens of New York, that protection be given to the trade with Cuba against the pirates. Communicated to the Senate, December 13, 1824. American State Papers 24 1824-12-13
Petition of Lewis Tarascon (and others), praying the opening of a wagon road from the River Missouri, north of the River Kansas, to the River Columbia. December 13, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 108, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-13
Memorial of sundry merchants, (and others), citizens of New York, praying Congress to take into consideration the subject of piracies committed on the commerce of the United States by vessels from the island of Cuba, &c. December 13, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 108, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-13
Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of balances on the books of the Second Auditor which have remained due and unsettled more than three years prior to the 30th of September, 1824. December 13, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-13
Memorial of sundry merchants, (and others), citizens of New York, praying Congress to take into consideration the subject of piracies committed on the commerce of the United States by vessels from the island of Cuba, &c. December 13, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-13
Claim of Pelatiah Fitch, on account of French spoliations. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 14, 1824. American State Papers 05 1824-12-14
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Commissioner of the Public Buildings, rendered in obedience to a resolution of the Senate of the 28th January, 1818, requiring an annual statement of expenditures upon the public buildings, and an account of their progress, to be laid before Congress at the commencement of each session. December 14, 1824. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-14
Report of the Secretary of State, on the petition of Pelatiah Fitch. December 14, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-14
Convention with the Bey of Tunis. Communicated to the Senate, in executive session, December 15, 1824, and the injunction of secrecy since removed. American State Papers 05 1824-12-15
Correspondence and convention with Russia relative to navigation and trade on the northwest coast of America. Communicated to the Senate, in executive session, December 15, 1824, and the injunction of secrecy since removed. American State Papers 05 1824-12-15
Seven millions loan by the Bank of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 15, 1824. American State Papers 13 1824-12-15
Losses on duty bonds. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 15, 1824. American State Papers 13 1824-12-15
Treaties with the Ioway, Sac, and Fox tribes. Communicated to the Senate, December 15, 1824. American State Papers 08 1824-12-15
Post route from New Orleans to Washington. Communicated to the Senate, December 15, 1824. American State Papers 27 1824-12-15
Executive Journal. (Forty-eighth session.) US Senate Executive Journal 1824-12-15
Report of the Postmaster General, on the subject of the most practical post route from New Orleans to Washington City. (Rendered in obedience to a resolution of the Senate.) December 15, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 108, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-15
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of May 12, 1824, in relation to a continuance of the loan of seven millions of dollars by the Bank of the United States. December 15, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-15
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a report of the First Comptroller of the Treasury, upon the subject of collecting tonnage duties on boats employed in transportation on the canals in the State of New York. December 15, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce, with instructions to inquire into the expediency of so amending the acts of Congress regulating the commerce of the United States, and imposing duties on tonnage, that they shall not be construed to extend to boats employed exclusively in transportation on the interior canals of the respective states. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-15
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement exhibiting the amount and periods at which the bonds taken for duties on imports in the year 1822 became payable, &c. December 15, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-15
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements of the Register, shewing the annual and aggregate amount of bonds for duties on foreign importations from 3d March, 1789, to 31st December, 1823; and the annual and aggregate amount of loss which has arisen thereon, &c. &c. December 15, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-15
Piracies on the commerce of the United States in the West Indies. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 16, 1824. American State Papers 05 1824-12-16
Nomination of passed midshipmen to be lieutenants in the Navy, and reasons for such nomination. Communicated to the Senate, December 16, 1824. American State Papers 24 1824-12-16
Memorial of a committee, selected by the merchants of Portland, in the State of Maine, on the subject of piracies committed on the commerce of the United States in the West India seas. December 16, 1824. Referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-16
Report of the select committee, appointed on the 8th ult. to inquire into the expediency of amending the act of the 3d March, 1817, accompanied with a bill further to amend the act of the 9th April, 1816, authorizing payment for property lost, captured, or destroyed by the enemy during the late war. April 5, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. December 17, 1824. Re-printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-17
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting (pursuant to a resolution of the Senate, of 10th May last), the names of all the pensioners on the pension list, &c. &c. up to the fourth of September last. December 20, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 108, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-20
Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a list of the clerks employed in the General Post Office Department, and the compensation allowed each. December 20, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-20
Documents relating to the claim of the State of Georgia for militia services. December 21, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-21
Memorial of Richard Bland Lee. December 21, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-21
Report of the Committee on Claims, on the petition of Isaac Pool. January 28, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. December 21, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-21
Report of the Committee on Naval Affairs, on the petition of William Townsend, accompanied with a bill for his relief. May 20, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed for to-morrow. December 22, 1824. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-22
Correspondence with Great Britain relative to a light on the Bahama Banks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1824. American State Papers 05 1824-12-27
French spoliations since 1806. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1824. American State Papers 05 1824-12-27
Correspondence with Great Britain relative to cession of land on Island of Abaco, one of the Bahamas, for a light-house establishment. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1824. American State Papers 05 1824-12-27
On a reorganization of the Quartermaster General's Department of the Army. Communicated to the Senate, December 27, 1824. American State Papers 18 1824-12-27
Surveys north and south of Red River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1824. American State Papers 31 1824-12-27
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of a correspondence with the government of France upon the subject of injuries sustained by citizens of the United States since the year 1806. December 27, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-27
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a copy of instructions under which the articles of a treaty with the Cherokee Indians were formed, by Daniel Smith and R.J. Meigs, acting commissioners of the United States, at Tellico, on the 24th October, 1804; with copies of all other correspondence, or other documents relating to that instrument. December 27, 1824. Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-27
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of a correspondence with the government of Great Britain upon the subject of a cession of so much land on the Island of Abaco, &c. &c. as may be necessary for the erection and support of light-houses, beacons, &c. for the security of the navigation over and near the Bahama Banks. December 27, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-27
Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting (in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 23d of Dec. last), information upon the subject of the establishment of a light near the Bahama Banks for the security of the navigation of the Gulf of Florida. December 27, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-27
Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a list of unproductive post routes for the year 1824. December 27, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-27
Memorial of the President and directors of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company. December 27, 1824. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the bill to authorize the subscription of stock in the Delaware and Chesapeake Canal Company. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-27
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting information in relation to the surveying of the public lands north and south of Red River. Rendered in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 14th instant. December 27, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-27
Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of the names of such officers as have not rendered their accounts within the year; also, a statement of accounts which have remained unsettled, or on which balances have been due more than three years to the 30th September, 1824. And an abstract of moneys advanced prior to 3d March, 1809, on the books of [the] Accountant of the War Department, and which remain to be accounted for on the books of the Third Auditor. December 27, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 121, Session Vol. No.8 1824-12-27
Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, on the reorganization of the Quarter Master's Department; with a bill to effect the same. December 27, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-27
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of Mary Miller, administratrix of Amos Miller, with a bill for her relief. December 27, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-27
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of sundry merchants of Baltimore, praying further compensation for injuries done their vessels sunk in the harbor of said city during the late war. December 27, 1824. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-27
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of William Hambly, with a bill for his relief. December 27, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-27
Commodore Porter's visit to Faxardo, in Porto Rico. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1824. American State Papers 23 1824-12-29
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting (in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 27th inst.), information in relation to the visit of the naval officer of the United States, commanding in the West Indies, to the Town of Faxardo, Porto Rico, in November last. December 29, 1824. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1824-12-29
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Ebenezer Averill, with a bill for his relief. December 29, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-29
Affidavit of George Brown, of murders and atrocities by the pirates near the island of Cuba. Communicated to the Senate, December 30, 1824. American State Papers 24 1824-12-30
New locations in lieu of lots in New Madrid and Little Prairie villages, in Missouri, injured by earthquakes. Communicated to the Senate, December 30, 1824. American State Papers 31 1824-12-30
In Senate of the United States, December 30, 1824. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. United States' Commercial Agency. Be it known, that, on the day of the date hereof, before me, John Mountain, Vice Commercial Agent of the United States of America, at the City of Havana, personally came and appeared... Serial Set Vol. No. 108, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-30
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Samuel Baylies, with a bill for his relief. December 30, 1824. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House, to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1824-12-30
Index to public documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, second session, Eighteenth Congress. Commencing Monday, 6th December, 1824; ending Thursday, 3d March, 1825. Vol. 2 contains documents numbered 10 to 32, inclusive. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-01
Index to public documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, second session, Eighteenth Congress. Commencing Monday, 6th December, 1824; ending Thursday, 3d March, 1825. Vol. 1 contains documents numbered 1 to 9, inclusive. Serial Set Vol. No. 108, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-01
Index to public documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, second session, Eighteenth Congress. Commencing Monday, 6th December, 1824; ending Thursday, 3d March, 1825. Vol. 3 contains documents numbered 33 to 43, inclusive. Serial Set Vol. No. 110, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-01
Index to public documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, second session, Eighteenth Congress. Commencing on Monday, 6th December, 1824; ending Thursday, 3d March, 1825. Vol. 4 contains documents numbered 44 to 45, inclusive. Serial Set Vol. No. 111, Session Vol. No.4 1825-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government to the House of Representatives during the second session 18th Congress. First. By a reference, in alphabetical order, to the reports according to the subject. Second. By a reference to the same matter, arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 113, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government to the House of Representatives during the second session 18th Congress. First. By a reference, in alphabetical order, to the reports according to the subject. Second. By a reference to the same matter, arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government to the House of Representatives during the second session 18th Congress. First. By a reference, in alphabetical order, to the reports according to the subject. Second. By a reference to the same matter, arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the Government to the House of Representatives during the second session 18th Congress. First. By a reference, in alphabetical order, to the reports according to the subject. Second. By a reference to the same matter, arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the Government to the House of Representatives during the second session 18th Congress. First. By a reference, in alphabetical order, to the reports according to the subject. Second. By a reference to the same matter, arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 117, Session Vol. No.5 1825-01-01
A list of the members of the House of Representatives of the United States, and the delegates from territories, of the Eighteenth Congress, designating the county and state where each was born, so far as the same has been ascertained. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the Government to the House of Representatives during the second session 18th Congress. First. By a reference, in alphabetical order, to the reports according to the subject. Second. By a reference to the same matter, arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government to the House of Representatives during the second session 18th Congress. First. By a reference, in alphabetical order, to the reports according to the subject. Second. By a reference to the same matter, arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 119, Session Vol. No.7 1825-01-01
Index to reports of committees. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-01
Index to reports of committees. Serial Set Vol. No. 123, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-01
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, January 3, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-01-03
Entries for benefit of drawback of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-01-03
Answers of Augustus Storrs, of Missouri, to certain queries upon the origin, present state, and future prospect of trade and intercourse between Missouri and the internal provinces of Mexico, propounded by the Hon. Mr. Benton. January 3, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 108, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-03
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting copies of the reports and drawings of the superintending engineer relating to the repair of Plymouth Beach. January 3, 1825. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-03
Letters from the Secretary of State, transmitting a list of the names of persons to whom patents have been issued for the invention of any new or useful art, machine, manufacture, or composition of matter, or any improvement thereon, from January 1st, 1824, to January 1st, 1825. January 3, 1825. Read, and ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-03
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, upon the subject of modifying the act of Congress in relation to export entries for the benefit of drawback, accompanied with a bill vesting in the Secretary of the Treasury discretionary powers in relation thereto. January 3, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-03
Report of the Committee of Claims, upon the subject of the payment of interest upon certain loans negotiated by the State of Virginia during the late war for the use of the United States, accompanied by a bill to authorize the payment of the same. January 3, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-03
Report from the Secretary of the Treasury, on the state of the finances. January 3, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 108, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-03
Report from the Secretary of the Treasury, on the state of the finances. January 3, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-03
Memorial of the members of the Bar of Nashville, in the State of Tennessee. January 4, 1825. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-04
Memorial of sundry inhabitants of that part of Florida attached to the State of Louisiana. January 4, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the bill disapproving, in part, an act of the government of the late Territory of New Orleans, "incorporating the Orleans Navigation Company," passed on the 5th day of July, 1805. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-04
Claim of Reuben Shapley under second article of treaty of peace with Great Britain for a vessel and cargo. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-01-05
Contracts for the year 1824. Communicated to the Senate, January 5, 1825. American State Papers 23 1825-01-05
Dry docks. Communicated to the Senate, January 5, 1825. American State Papers 23 1825-01-05
Canvass, cables, and cordage made from American and foreign flax and hemp, contrasted. Communicated to the Senate, January 5, 1825. American State Papers 23 1825-01-05
Report of the Secretary of the Navy, in relation to the construction of a dry dock. (Rendered in obedience to a resolution of the Senate of 25th May last.) January 5, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-05
Petition of Reuben Shapley, of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, the owner of schooner John, and cargo, captured by a British ship of war in 1815. January 5, 1825. Printed by order of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-05
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Joseph Smith, of Alexandria, with a bill for his benefit. January 5, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-05
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting an abstract of the contingent expenses of the Navy during the year ending on the 30th September, 1824. January 6, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 110, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-06
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a statement of the contracts made by the Commissioners of the Navy during the year 1824. January 6, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 110, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-06
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a statement of the contracts made by the Commissioners of the Navy during the year 1824. January 6, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-06
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting an abstract of the contingent expenses of the Navy during the year ending on the 30th September, 1824. January 6, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-06
Message from the President of the United States, in relation to his accounts with the public. January 6, 1825. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-06
Lands for schools in Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-07
Claim of the Baron de Maison Rouge to lands in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-07
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting statements of the names of the clerks employed in the Navy Department, and in the office of the Commissioners of the Navy, and the salary allowed to each. January 7, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-07
Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, to the Chairman of the Committee on Commerce, upon the subject of licensing, enrolling and exacting a tonnage duty on canal boats or vessels. Submitted, by the Chairman of the Committee on Commerce, with a bill concerning canal vessels or boats. January 7, 1825. Read, and, with the said bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House, to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-07
Memorial of the Legislature of the State of Ohio, upon the subject of lands set apart for the use of schools, with a bill to authorize the sale of said lands. January 7, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-07
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of William Duane, with a bill for his relief. January 7, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-07
Report of the Committee on Private Land Claims, in the case of Edmund Doyle, with a bill for his relief. January 7, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-07
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Robert Bedford. January 7, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-07
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of William Pemberton, accompanied with a bill for his relief. January 7, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-07
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, on the subject of a judgment against the late General Elijah Wadsworth, at the suit of the United States; accompanied with a bill discharging the said judgment. January 7, 1824 [i.e., 1825]. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Monday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-07
Report of the Select Committee to which was referred, on the 23d ultimo, the petition of sundry claimants under the title of the Marquis de Maison Rouge, to certain lands in the State of Louisiana, accompanied with a bill to authorize the representatives of the Marquis de Maison Rouge to institute a suit against the United States, &c. January 7, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-07
Report of the Committee on Pensions, &c. upon the petition of Edmund Brooke. January 7, 1825. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Monday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-07
Report of the Committee on Pensions and Revolutionary Claims, on the petition of Mary E. Benton. January 6, 1825. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. January 7, 1825. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-07
Affairs with Spain relative to piracies in the West Indies. Communicated to the Senate, January 10, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-01-10
Reasons of the President for declining to furnish the House of Representatives with documents relating to the conduct of officers of the Navy on the Pacific Ocean. Communicated to the House of Representatives, 10th of January, 1825. American State Papers 24 1825-01-10
On the use of American canvas, cables and cordage in the Navy. Communicated to the Senate, January 10, 1825 American State Papers 24 1825-01-10
Opinion of the Secretary of the Navy, as to alterations in the organization of the Navy, with statements of traveling and other allowances to officers of the Navy and Marine Corps. Communicated to the Senate, January 10, 1825. American State Papers 24 1825-01-10
In Senate of the United States, January 10, 1825. The Committee on Foreign Relations submit a report on so much of the President's message as relates to piracies... Serial Set Vol. No. 108, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-10
Memorial with accompanying documents, of Richard W. Meade, in relation to his claims. January 10, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-10
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Secretary of the Navy, in relation to American canvass, cables, and cordage, in pursuance of a resolution of the Senate of the 17th May last. January 10, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-10
In Senate of the United States, January 10, 1825. Mr. Lloyd, of Maryland, from the Committee on the District of Columbia, to whom was recommitted the bill "For the Relief of the Columbian College, in the District of Columbia," with instructions... Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-10
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting (in obedience to a resolution of the Senate, of the 25th of May last), statements of the amount received by the officers of the Navy and Marine Corps in addition to monthly pay and rations. Together with his opinion as to such alterations as are necessary in the present organization of the Navy. January 10, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 111, Session Vol. No.4 1825-01-10
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting information in relation to the actual value of such property as was occupied by the government of the United States and destroyed by the enemy during the late war. January 10, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-10
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting an abstract of lands and dwelling houses owned and possessed on the 1st April, 1815, within the Counties of Niagara and Erie, as exhibited in the return of the principal assessor of the said district. January 10, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-10
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting information in relation to payments made to claimants for property destroyed during the late war, (under the act of the 9th April, 1816, and the subsequent acts amendatory of the same). Also, the amount claimed in virtue of the same, and yet unsatisfied. January 10, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-10
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement shewing the expenditure of the moneys appropriated for the contingent expenses of the military establishment for the year 1824. January 10, 1825. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-10
Message from the President of the United States, communicating his reasons for declining to transmit to the House of Representatives the documents called for by its resolution of the 4th inst., in relation to the conduct of certain officers and agents of the government at or near the ports of South America, on the Pacific Ocean. January 10, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-10
Report of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, on the petition of the administratrix of A. Vail. January 10, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-10
Claim of the Baron de Bastrop to land in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-11
Land forfeited for non-compliance with terms of sale. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-11
Incomplete title to land west of Pearl River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-11
Compensation of registers and receivers of land offices. Communicated to the Senate, January 11, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-11
Additional naval force for the suppression of piracy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1825. American State Papers 23 1825-01-11
In Senate of the United States, January 11, 1825. Ordered to be re-printed. The following report was made 10th February, 1824. Mr. Van Buren, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the petition of Ebenezer Oliver and others, directors of a corporation called the New England Mississippi Land Company, &c... Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-11
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting an estimate of appropriations proposed for the service of the year 1825. January 11, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-11
Report of the select committee to which was referred the petitions of inhabitants of Ouachita, and the owners of the land called Bastrop's Grant; with a bill to authorize a suit against the United States to try the validity of their claims. January 11, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-11
Report of the Committee on Naval Affairs, upon the subject of piracy, accompanied with a bill providing additional means for the suppression of piracy. January 11, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-11
Amount of drawback on exports in 1821, 1822, and 1823. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 12, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-01-12
Loan of twelve millions of dollars. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 12, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-01-12
Plan for extinguishing the Cherokee claim to land in Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 12, 1825. American State Papers 08 1825-01-12
Reduction of the number of land offices. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 12, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-12
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting (in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 7th inst.), copies of letters from Joseph McMinn, deceased, late agent of Indian affairs in the Cherokee Nation; together with a copy of the plan proposed by the direction of the Secretary of War, for the extinguishment of the Cherokee claim to lands, then occupied by them in Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama. January 12, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-12
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement exhibiting the amount of drawback on merchandise exported during the years 1821, 1822 and 1823, compared with the amount of duties which accrued on the same, respectively. January 12, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-12
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement exhibiting the names of the clerks employed in the several offices of the Treasury Department during the year 1824, and the compensation allowed to each. January 12, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-12
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office, upon the subject of reducing the number of land offices, &c. January 12, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee on Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-12
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, on the state of the public debt, accompanied with a bill authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to borrow a sum not exceeding twelve millions of dollars, &c. &c. January 12, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-12
Message and documents relative to piracies near the Spanish West India islands. Communicated to the Senate, January 13, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-01-13
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting information relative to piratical depredations, &c. furnished in pursuance of two resolutions of 21st and 23d December last. January 13, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-13
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Joel Abbott, Jr., with a bill for his relief. January 13, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-13
Claims to land in West Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-14
Extent of the several mail routes, and the expense of transportation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1825. American State Papers 27 1825-01-14
Letter from Samuel B. Overton and Joseph M. White (commissioners for ascertaining claims to land in the Territory of Florida), transmitting a report of claims to land in West Florida, founded on habitation and cultivation, between the 22d of February, 1819, and the 17th of July, 1821. January 14, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-14
Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting a list of the names of the clerks employed in the Department of State, and Patent Office, and the compensation allowed to each. January 14, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-14
Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a statement of the extent of each post-route in the United States; the number of miles the mail is transported on each route; with the annual expense of transportation, under existing contracts. January 14, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-14
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the annual statement of the district tonnage of the United States to the 31st December, 1823. January 14, 1825. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-14
Claim of Samuel G. Perkins on the French government for sequestrations in Holland. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-01-17
Western boundary of the United States under the treaty with Spain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-01-17
Amount of duties on importations for three quarters to June 30, 1824. Communicated to the Senate, January 17, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-01-17
Stock under the act of May 24, 1824, for a loan of five millions of dollars. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-01-17
Report from the Secretary of the Treasury, (in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of 21st ultimo), relative to light houses and buoys on the coast of Florida and Gulf of Mexico. January 17, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-17
Memorial of Samuel G. Perkins. January 17, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-17
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by the resolution of the House of Representatives of the 16th ultimo, in relation to the western boundary of the United States. January 17, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-17
Message from the President of the United States, in reply to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 28th ultimo, in relation to the terms offered by applicants for the stock created by the act of 24th May last, and by whom such terms were offered. January 17, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-17
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting an abstract of licenses granted to persons to trade in the Indian Country, during the year ending 1st September, 1824. January 17, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-17
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of the names of clerks employed in the War Department during the year 1824, and the compensation allowed to each. January 17, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-01-17
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Sarah Shillito, with a bill for her relief. January 17, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House tomorrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-17
Remission of duties on goods taken by the enemy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-01-18
National armory on the western waters. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1825. American State Papers 17 1825-01-18
Claim for military bounty land. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-18
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Secretary of the Treasury, showing the amount of duties on importations accruing within three quarters ending 30th June, 1824, and amount which would have accrued at such higher rates as were imposed by the new tariff, in compliance with resolution of Senate, 17th May, 1824. January 18, 1825. Ordered to be printed for the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-18
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the commissioners appointed under the act of the third of March, 1823, to establish a national armory on the western waters. January 18, 1825. Read: Ordered that it be laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-18
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, on the petition of Paul Chase, accompanied with a bill for his relief. January 18, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-18
Claim of John F. Dumas on the French or Spanish government for sequestrations in Spain. Communicated to the Senate, January 19, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-01-19
Survey of the works at Fort Delaware, and proceedings of a court-martial on Major Babcock. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1825. American State Papers 17 1825-01-19
Treaty with the Quapaw tribe. Communicated to the Senate, January 19, 1825. American State Papers 08 1825-01-19
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report in relation to the works carrying on at the Pea Patch, in the Delaware River; and also, the proceedings of a court martial ordered for the trial of Major S. Babcock, the testimony taken in the case, and the judgment pronounced by the court thereupon. January 19, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-01-19
Report of the select committee to which was recommitted the bill for the benefit of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum of Kentucky, with instructions, accompanied with a bill for the benefit of the asylums for teaching the deaf and dumb of Kentucky, New York, Pennsylvania, and of the Territory of Michigan. January 19, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-19
Relative to the establishment of a light-house on the British Island of Abaco, one of the Bahama islands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-01-20
Correspondence with Great Britain on the various topics of discussion between the United States and that government, viz: 1. Commercial intercourse with the British colonies of the West Indies and Canada. 2. Boundary under the fifth article of the Treaty of Ghent, and the navigation of the St. Lawrence River. 3. Admission of consuls of the United States into British colonial ports. 4. The Newfoundland fishery. 5. Maritime questions. 6. Northwest coast of America. Communicated to the Senate, in executive session, January 20, 1825, and the injunction of secrecy since removed. American State Papers 05 1825-01-20
Quantity of land surveyed and remaining unsold. Communicated to the Senate, January 20, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-20
Statement furnished by the Commissioner of the General Land Office, at the request of the Hon. Mr. Benton, of the Senate, shewing the quantity of public land surveyed and remaining unsold on the 30th day of June, 1823; and since that period up to the 30th day of June, 1824, &c. &c. January 20, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-20
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting statements of contracts made by the War Department during the year 1824. January 20, 1825. Read, and ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-20
Report of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, to which was referred the message of the President of the United States in relation to the Island of Abaco. January 20, 1825. Read, and, by order of the House, laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-20
Report of the select committee to which was referred, on the 27th ultimo, the petition of Samuel Ward. January 20, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-20
Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, on the petition of Lemuel Wootten. January 20, 1825. Read, and, with a bill for his relief, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-20
Ratified convention with Russia of April 5, 1824. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-01-21
Transactions of the Bank of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-01-21
Abolition of Indian trading-houses. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 21st of January, 1825. American State Papers 08 1825-01-21
Copper mine lands on Lake Superior. Communicated to the Senate, January 21, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-21
Claims to land between the lines of Ludlow and Roberts, Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-21
Claim to land under a Spanish grant in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-21
Letter from Governor Cass, of Michigan, on the advantage of purchasing the country upon Lake Superior where copper has been found: addressed to the Hon. Thomas H. Benton, of the Senate. January 21, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-21
Memorial and resolution of the Legislature of Louisiana, upon the subject of a canal from Lake Pontchartrain to the River Mississippi. January 21, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-21
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a copy of the convention between the United States and the Emperor of Russia, concluded at St. Petersburg on the 5th of April last. January 21, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 115, Session Vol. No.3 1825-01-21
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements showing the transactions of the Bank of the United States during the year 1824. January 21, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-01-21
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the progress made in the execution of the Act To Abolish the Indian Trading Establishments, &c. January 21, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-01-21
Report of the Committee on Private Land Claims, in the case of the heirs of N. Soileau, with a bill for their relief. January 21, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-21
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Joseph Decrits, with a bill for his relief. January 21, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-21
Report of the Committee on the Public Lands, to which was referred the President's message of the 14th ult. upon the subject of certain lands in the State of Ohio, situate[d] between Roberts' and Ludlow's lines, with a bill to provide for the relinquishment of certain claims to land sold by the United States in the State of Ohio. January 21, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-21
Report of the Committee on Naval Affairs, in the case of Johannah Montgomery. January 23, 1825. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-23
Relative to a gradual increase of the Corps of Engineers and Topographical Engineers of the Army. Communicated to the Senate, January 24, 1825. American State Papers 18 1825-01-24
Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, on the gradual increase of the Corps of Engineers and Topographical Engineers, and for other purposes. January 24, 1825. Accompanied with a bill, which was read the first and second time, and committed for to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-24
Report of the Committee on the Post Office, &c. on the petition of Jarvis Jackson, with a bill for his relief. January 24, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-24
Report of the select committee on the memorial of Walter S. Chandler. January 24, 1825. Accompanied by a bill which was read the first and second time, and committed for to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-24
Report of the Committee on Expenditures on the Public Buildings in the year 1824. January 24, 1825. Ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-24
Unclaimed dividends on public stock since the establishment of the government. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-01-25
Pre-emption rights in Arkansas. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1828 [i.e., 1825]. American State Papers 31 1825-01-25
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting an account of the dividends on the public stock since the establishment of the present government which remain unclaimed. January 25, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-01-25
Report of the Committee on the Public Lands, on the memorial of the General Assembly of the Territory of Arkansas. January 25, 1825. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-25
Report of the Committee on Pensions and Revolutionary Claims, in the case of Abel Turney. May 4, 1824. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. January 25, 1825. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-25
In Senate of the United States, January 26, 1825. Mr. Kelly, from the Committee on Indian Affairs, reported: That, in pursuance of a resolution by the Senate, the Committee on Indian Affairs have had the petition of Ann Eccles, Timothy D. Pettigrew, and Robert A. Pettigrew, under their consideration... Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-26
Report of the committee appointed to prepare rules to be observed by the House of Representatives, in choosing a president, &c. January 26, 1825. Read, and committed to Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-26
Plan for removing the several Indian tribes west of the Mississippi River. Communicated to the Senate, January 27, 1825. American State Papers 08 1825-01-27
Treaty with the Choctaws. Communicated to the Senate on the 27th January, 1825. American State Papers 08 1825-01-27
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting sundry documents in relation to the various tribes of Indians within the United States, and recommending a plan for their future location and government. January 27, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-27
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting sundry documents in relation to the various tribes of Indians within the United States, and recommending a plan for their future location and government. January 27, 1825. Read: Ordered that it be laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-01-27
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of James Cooke, with a bill for his relief. January 27, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-27
Smuggling on the northwestern frontier. Communicated to the Senate, January 28, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-01-28
Assays of foreign coins. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-01-28
Indian grant to Captain Carver. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-28
Provision for the proper application of the moneys appropriated for the contingent expenses of the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1825. American State Papers 23 1825-01-28
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, to the Chairman of the Committee of Finance, in relation to smuggling on the northwestern frontier of the U.S. January 28, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-01-28
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a report of the results of the assays of the foreign coins made at the Mint of the United States, current, by law, in the United States. January 28, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-01-28
Report of the Committee on Naval Affairs, in the case of David Gilmore, with a bill for his relief. January 28, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-28
Report of the Committee on Private Land Claims, in the case of Dr. Samuel Peters, claiming under Carver. January 28, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-28
Report of the committee on so much of the public accounts and expenditures as relate to the Department of the Navy; with a bill to provide for the proper application and expenditure of the moneys appropriated for the contingent expenses of the naval service. January 28, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-28
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of payments at the Treasury made during the year 1824 for the discharge of miscellaneous claims; 2d. A statement of contracts relative to oil, light-houses, beacons, 3d. A statement of contracts and purchases made by collectors for the Revenue Service during the year 1823; 4th. A statement of expenditures on account of sick and disabled seamen made during the year 1823. January 28, 1825. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-01-28
Piracy and outrage on commerce of the United States by Spanish privateers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-01-31
Militia returns. Communicated to the Senate, January 31, 1825. American State Papers 17 1825-01-31
Claims to land between the Rio Hondo and Sabine Rivers, in Louisiana. Communicated to the Senate, January 31, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-31
Validity of claims to land in Arkansas. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-31
To postpone sale of relinquished lands in Alabama. Communicated to the Senate, January 31, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-01-31
Mail between Baltimore and Philadelphia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1825. American State Papers 27 1825-01-31
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting information collected by the Department, upon the subject of accidents on board steam boats. January 31, 1825. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-01-31
Report of the Postmaster General, to whom was referred the memorial of sundry citizens of Maryland, in relation to the transportation of the public mail between Philadelphia and Baltimore. January 31, 1825. Referred to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-01-31
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the general annual returns of the militia of the U. States. January 31, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-01-31
Report of the Committee of Foreign Relations of the House of Representatives, on piracy and outrages on American commerce by Spanish privateers. January 31, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the "Bill Providing Additional Means for the Suppression of Piracy." Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-31
Report of the Committee on the Public Lands, upon the subject of authorizing claimants to land in the Territory of Arkansas of a larger extent than one league square, to institute proceedings to try the validity of their claims. January 31, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-31
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of William Litle, administrator of Minor Reeves. January 31, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-31
Report of the Committee on Revolutionary Pensions, in the case of James Barker, with a bill for his relief. January 31, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed for to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-01-31
Pay of non-commissioned officers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1825. American State Papers 17 1825-02-01
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of the appropriations for the year 1824, shewing the amount appropriated under each specific head; the amount expended under each; and the balance expended on 31st December last. February 1, 1825. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-02-01
Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, accompanying the bill to increase the pay of the sergeants of the Army of the United States, and for other purposes. February 1st, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-01
Report of the Committee on the District of Columbia, on the subject of the prisons in the district; with a bill providing for building a new prison. February 1, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-01
Report of the select committee to which was referred, on the 3d ultimo, a memorial of the General Assembly of Illinois upon the subject of a canal communication between the Illinois River and Lake Michigan, accompanied with a bill to aid the State of Illinois in the accomplishment of the same. February 1, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-01
Report in the case of Willie Blount, accompanied with a bill for his relief. February 1, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-01
In Senate of the United States, February 2, 1825. Mr. Brown, from the Select Committee on Roads and Canals, to whom was referred so much of the memorial of the Legislative Council of the Territory of Michigan as relates to roads... Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-02
Letter from the Governor of the State of Maryland, transmitting a copy of an act of the legislature of said state, entitled "An Act To Confirm an Act of the General Assembly of Virginia, Entitled 'An Act Incorporating the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company.'" February 2, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-02
Letter from the Governor of the State of Maryland, transmitting a copy of an act of the legislature of said state, entitled "An Act To Confirm an Act of the General Assembly of Virginia, Entitled 'An Act Incorporating the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company.'" February 2, 1825. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-02-02
Report of the Committee on Revolutionary Pensions, on the petition of Daniel Small, Elias Foss, Benjamin Day, and Harvey Libby, praying an extension of the provisions of the Revolutionary pension acts. February 2, 1825. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-02
Application of Illinois for a reduction in the price of certain lands. Communicated to the Senate, February 3, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-02-03
Memorial of the General Assembly of Illinois praying a modification of the laws relating to the sale of public land, so as to authorize the sale of certain lands at fifty cents per acre. February 3, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-03
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a statement of appropriations for the service of the Navy Department for the year 1824; and the application of the same, &c. February 3, 1825. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-02-03
Report of a select committee upon the petition of John Crain, accompanied with a bill for his relief. February 3, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-03
Report of the Committee on the Expenditures of the Department of State, for the years 1823 and 1824. February 3, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-03
Ratified treaty with Tunis. Communicated to the Senate, February 4, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-02-04
In Senate of the United States, February 4, 1825. Mr. Brown, from the Select Committee on Roads and Canals, to whom was referred the memorial of the Legislature of Louisiana requesting an appropriation of money for the purpose of cutting a navigable canal from Lake Pontchartrain to the River Mississippi, reported... Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-04
Report of the Committee on Naval Affairs, in the case of Charles D. Brodie, with a bill for his relief. February 4, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-04
Operations of the Mint in 1824. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-02-05
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Director of the Mint, of the operations of that institution during the year 1824. February 5, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-02-05
Sinking fund for payment of the public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-02-07
In Senate of the United States, February 7, 1825. Mr. Holmes, of Maine, from the Committee of Finance, to whom was referred the petition of Stephen Thatcher, made the following report: The petitioner states that, being collector of the District of Passamaquoddy, in the State of Maine... Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-07
Letter from the Postmaster General, in relation to an appropriation to render the post road through the Indian Country between Columbus and Jackson, Mississippi, fit for the transportation of the mail from the City of Washington to Natchez and New Orleans, &c. February 7, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-07
Memorial of the Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida. February 7, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. Serial Set Vol. No. 114, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-07
Annual report of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund. February 7, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-02-07
Petition of James D. Cobb. February 7, 1825. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-07
Report of the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, on the petition of John Hick, and a bill for his relief. February 7, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-07
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Gilbert C. Russell, accompanied by a bill for his relief. February 7, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-07
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting copies of the report and proceedings of the commissioners appointed to treat with the Creek Nation of Indians for an extinguishment of their claim to land lying within the State of Georgia, &c. February 8, 1825. Referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-02-08
Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting a report of the Fourth Auditor of the balances standing on the books of his office, which have been due, and remain unsettled, for three years, prior to 30th Sept., 1824. February 8, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-02-08
Report of the Committee of Naval Affairs, in the case of Elias Glen, with a bill for his relief. February 8, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-08
Report of the select committee to whom was referred the case of Moses Shepherd, accompanied by a bill for his relief. February 8, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-08
Fortifications on Dauphin Island. Communicated to the Senate, February 9, 1825. American State Papers 17 1825-02-09
Letter from the Secretary of War, in relation to the fulfillment of the contract for erecting fortifications on Dauphin Island, and of damages sustained by R. Harris and N. Farrow, the contractors. February 9, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-09
Report of the committee to whom was referred the communication of the Speaker of the 3d inst. February 9, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-09
Pirates in the island of Cuba. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-02-11
Commercial relations with the Netherlands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-02-11
Extract of a letter from Francis Adams, commercial agent of the United States at Matanzas, to the Secretary of State, dated December 30, 1824. February 11, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the bill entitled "A Bill Providing Additional Means for the Suppression of Piracy." Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-02-11
Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting information in relation to the state of the commercial relations (as they at present exist), between the United States and the Kingdom of the Netherlands. February 11, 1825. Read: Ordered that it be laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-02-11
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of George Love, with a bill for his relief. February 11, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-11
Report of the Committee on Naval Affairs, on the petition of Catharine Wise, with a bill for her relief. February 11, 1825. Read, and with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-11
Operations of the armories for the year 1824. Communicated to the Senate, February 14, 1825. American State Papers 17 1825-02-14
Trials of Lieutenants Weaver and Conner. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1825. American State Papers 23 1825-02-14
Petition of Thomas Cooper, President of South Carolina College, praying the restoration of a fine, with interest, incurred under the Sedition Law of 1798, for a libel against the then President U. States. February 14, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-14
Memorial of John Owings, of Baltimore, the inventor and patentee of a certain machine therein described; praying the purchase of it by Congress. February 14, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-14
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the examination which has been made by the Board of Engineers, with a view to internal improvements, &c. February 14, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 109, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-14
Resolutions of the Council and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, in relation to the people of color of the United States. February 14, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-02-14
Petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Missouri, upon the subject of a communication between the said state and the internal provinces of Mexico, with a letter from Alphonso Wetmore upon the same subject. February 14, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole, to which is committed the bill from the Senate authorizing a road from Missouri to Mexico. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-02-14
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of the expenditures at the national armories, and of the arms, &c. made therein, during the year 1824. February 14, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-02-14
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Secretary of the Navy, with copies of the proceedings of the courts martial in the cases of Lieutenants Weaver and Conner. February 14, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-02-14
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the examination which has been made by the Board of Engineers, with a view to internal improvements, &c. February 14, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 117, Session Vol. No.5 1825-02-14
Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, on drawback on refined sugar. February 14, 1825. Read, and, with a bill allowing a drawback on sugar refined, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-14
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of the loss upon bonds taken for duties on goods imported into the District of Philadelphia since the 1st Jan., 1815. February 14, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 117, Session Vol. No.5 1825-02-14
Claims of citizens of the United States upon the government of the Netherlands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-02-15
Application for the remission of a forfeiture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-02-15
Resolution of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, in reference to Major General Lafayette. February 15, 1823. Read: Ordered, that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 117, Session Vol. No.5 1825-02-15
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting (in compliance with a resolution of the H. of Representatives of the 18th January last), a report from the Secretary of State, with copies of the correspondence relating to the claims of the citizens of the United States upon the government of the Netherlands. February 15, 1825. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 117, Session Vol. No.5 1825-02-15
Report of the Committee on the Public Lands, on the petition of David Chambers, of the State of Ohio. February 15, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-15
Suppression of the African slave trade. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 16, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-02-16
Encouragement of the cultivation of the vine and olive with the allotment of land for the purpose. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 16, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-02-16
Return of the state of the Dismal Swamp Canal Company, November 30th, 1824. February 16, 1825. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the Bill Authorizing a Subscription of Stock in the Dismal Swamp Canal Company. Serial Set Vol. No. 117, Session Vol. No.5 1825-02-16
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a list of the names of the persons who entered into contract with the Treasury Department for the cultivation of the vine and olive, and of the tracts of land allotted to each. February 16, 1825. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 117, Session Vol. No.5 1825-02-16
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of Nimrod Farrow and Richard Harris, accompanied with a bill for their relief. February 16, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-16
Report of the committee to whom was referred so much of the President's message of the 7th of December last as relates to the suppression of the slave trade. February 16, 1825. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-16
Correspondence with the French government relative to the interpretation of the eighth article of the treaty for the cession of Louisiana, concerning French commerce in the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-02-17
Fort Washington. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1825. American State Papers 17 1825-02-17
On the erection of monuments to the memories of Generals Wooster and Davidson, of the Army of the Revolution. Communicated to the Senate, February 17, 1825. American State Papers 18 1825-02-17
Virginia military land warrants. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-02-17
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements of the commerce and navigation of the United States during the year ending on the 30th September, 1824. February 17, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the U.S. Serial Set Vol. No. 110, Session Vol. No.3 1825-02-17
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the maps, plans, and surveys referred to in the report of the Board of Engineers for internal improvement. February 17, 1825. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 117, Session Vol. No.5 1825-02-17
Message from the President of the United States, inviting the attention of Congress to the exposed situation of the inhabitants of the District of Columbia, in regard to contagious diseases from abroad. February 17, 1823. Read, and referred to the Committee for the District of Columbia. Serial Set Vol. No. 117, Session Vol. No.5 1825-02-17
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements of the commerce and navigation of the United States during the year ending on the 30th September, 1824. February 17, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 117, Session Vol. No.5 1825-02-17
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Secretary of State, with copies of the correspondence with the government of France touching the interpretation of the eighth article of the treaty for the cession of Louisiana. February 17, 1825. Referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-02-17
Report of the select committee appointed on the 14th inst. to examine and report what business ought to be acted upon at the present session. February 17, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-17
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the claim of Richard Hightower, accompanied with a bill for his relief. February 17, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-17
Report of a select committee on the subject of erecting monuments to the memories of the late Generals Wooster and Davidson, accompanied by a bill making an appropriation to effect the objects aforesaid. February 17, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-17
Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, on the resolution instructing them to inquire into the expediency of purchasing additional land for the completion of the site of Fort Washington, accompanied with a bill providing for the accomplishment of that object. February 17, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-17
Capture and detention by British armed vessels of American fishermen. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-02-18
Emoluments of registers and receivers of land offices. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-02-18
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting (in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 31st Jan. last), a statement shewing the emoluments of the registers and receivers of the several land offices for the year ending on the 30th September last. February 18, 1825. Read, and ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-02-18
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of correspondence, &c. upon the subject of the capture and detention, by British armed vessels, of American fishermen during the last season. February 18, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee of Foreign Relations. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-02-18
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Samuel Dale, with a bill for his relief. February 18, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-18
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Martin Thomas, administrator of Frederick Goetz and Charles W. Westfall, with a bill for the relief of Goetz and Westfall. February 18, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-18
Report of the Committee on Indian Affairs, upon the subject of making an appropriation for the extinguishment of the Indian title to land in the State of Georgia, by purchases from the Creek and Cherokee Indians residing within the state. February 18, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-18
Discriminating duties and credits. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-02-21
Application of the Choctaw tribe for aid from the United States in improving their condition. Communicated to the Senate, February 21, 1825. American State Papers 08 1825-02-21
Grants of land to people of New Madrid County, Missouri, who suffered by earthquakes. Communicated to the Senate, February 21, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-02-21
Memorial of the General Assembly of Missouri, relative to grants of land to the inhabitants of the County of New Madrid, who suffered by earthquakes. February 21, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 110, Session Vol. No.3 1825-02-21
Address from the Choctaw delegation of Indians in Washington relative to their condition in common with other tribes, and praying that the same may be improved. February 21, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 110, Session Vol. No.3 1825-02-21
Memorial of the Bar Association of the State of Mississippi. February 21, 1825. Read and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the bill further to amend the judicial system of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-02-21
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information in relation to the claims of Willie Blount, late governor of Tennessee, called for by this House on the 16th instant. February 21, 1825. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-02-21
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 16th instant, all the information contained in the Department in relation to contracts for supply of stone fortifications on the waters of the Chesapeake Bay since the 1st of January, 1824. February 21, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-02-21
Report of the select committee, to whom was referred the resolution of the 12th of January, on the subject of aiding the State of Indiana in opening a canal to connect the waters of the Wabash River with those of Lake Erie, accompanied by a bill to accomplish that object. February 21, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 122, Session Vol. No.1 1825-02-21
Report of the select committee to which was referred, on the 6th of January last, the message of the President of the United States on the subject of his public accounts. February 21, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 123, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-21
General convention of peace, amity, navigation and commerce with the Republic of Colombia, of October 3, 1824, with the documents appertaining to the negotiation of the same. Communicated to the Senate, in executive session, February 22, 1825, and the injunction of secrecy removed. American State Papers 05 1825-02-22
Convention negotiated with the Republic of Colombia for the suppression of the African slave trade, December 10, 1824, but not ratified. Communicated to the Senate, in executive session, February 22, 1825, and the injunction of secrecy removed. American State Papers 05 1825-02-22
On the audit of the claim of Massachusetts for the services of the militia of that state during the War of 1812-'15. Communicated to the Senate, February 22, 1825. American State Papers 18 1825-02-22
Claims to lands in East and West Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-02-22
Memorial of the Legislature of the State of Ohio, in relation to the connection of Lake Erie with the Ohio River by means of canal navigation. February 22, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 110, Session Vol. No.3 1825-02-22
In Senate of the United States, February 22, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the U.S. To the Committee of the Senate of the United States on Public Lands, Gentlemen: I have just read the report of the Land Committee of the House of Representatives of the United States, in the case of the Hon. General McArthur... Serial Set Vol. No. 110, Session Vol. No.3 1825-02-22
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Third Auditor of the Treasury, on so much of the claim of Massachusetts, as has been fully audited, for the services of the militia of said state belonging to the division commanded by Major Generals King and Sewall. February 22, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-02-22
Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a list of the contracts made by the Post Office Department during the year 1824. February 22, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-02-22
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting copies of the reports of the commissioners of land claims in East and West Florida. February 22, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 120, Session Vol. No.7 1825-02-22
Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting an abstract of American seamen in the several districts of the United States for the year 1824. February 23, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-02-23
Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting the information required by the act of Congress of the second of March, 1819, entitled An Act Regulating Passenger Ships and Vessels. February 23, 1825. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-02-23
Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Reuben Ewing and others, with a bill for their relief. February 23, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 123, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-23
In Senate of the United States, February 24, 1825. Mr. Dickerson, from the select committee to whom was referred the petition of Thomas Cooper, President of the South Carolina College, reported: That the petitioner states that, in the month of April, 1800, at the City of Philadelphia, he was indicted and found guilty of having printed and published what was alleged to be a libel against Mr. John Adams, the then President of the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 110, Session Vol. No.3 1825-02-24
Letter from the Treasurer of the United States, transmitting the accounts of his office from 1st July, 1823, to 31st March, 1824. February 24, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 111, Session Vol. No.4 1825-02-24
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting returns of the incorporated banks in the District of Columbia of the state of their affairs at the close of the year 1824. February 24, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 116, Session Vol. No.4 1825-02-24
Annual report of the President and directors of the Washington Canal Company. February 24, 1825. Read: Ordered that it be laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-02-24
Relative to change in mode of issuing debentures of drawback of duties. Communicated to the Senate, February 25, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-02-25
Drawback on spirits and wine in casks not less than fifteen gallons. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-02-25
Operations of the Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-02-25
Disbursements by Indian agents. Communicated to Congress, February 25, 1825. American State Papers 08 1825-02-25
In Senate of the United States, February 25, 1825. Mr. Noble, from the Committee of Pensions, to whom was referred the report of the Secretary of War made in obedience to a resolution of the Senate of the 10th May last, accompanied by documents showing the names of, and amount of money paid to, each pensioner... Serial Set Vol. No. 110, Session Vol. No.3 1825-02-25
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the Second Auditor, in relation to the disbursements of Indian agents from 1st September, 1823, to the 1st September, 1824. February 25, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 119, Session Vol. No.7 1825-02-25
Report of the Committee on the Judiciary, in the case of Samuel H. Woodson, one of the securities of Joseph Crochet, late supervisor, &c. in Kentucky with a bill for his relief. February 25, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, committed. Serial Set Vol. No. 123, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-25
Report of the Committee on Indian Affairs, on the resolution of the Legislature of Illinois in relation to the Comanchee and other Indians. February 25, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 123, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-25
Report of the Committee on the Library, on the petition of Antonio Meucci. February 25, 1825. Read: Ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 123, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-25
Capture and detention of American fishermen by the British authorities in the Bay of Fundy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-02-26
Lands to be taxed by the states after sale by the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-02-26
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of treaties between the United States and the Quapaw and Choctaw Nations of Indians. February 26, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-02-26
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a further report from the Secretary of State, on the subject of the capture and detention of American fishermen, the last season, on the Bay of Fundy. February 26, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-02-26
Report of the Committee on Roads and Canals, upon the subject of internal improvements, accompanied by a bill "Concerning Internal Improvements." February 26, 1825. Read, and, with the bill, laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 123, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-26
Report of the Committee on the Public Lands, to which was referred the joint resolution of the 24th of May last, authorizing the several states in which the public lands lie to levy and collect a tax thereon, immediately after the sale thereof by the United States. February 26, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 123, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-26
Army Register for the year 1825. Communicated to the Senate by the Secretary of War, February 28, 1825. American State Papers 17 1825-02-28
Claim of Richard W. Meade on the Spanish government. Communicated to the Senate, February 28, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-02-28
Treaty with the Creeks at the Indian Springs. Communicated to the Senate, February 28, 1825. American State Papers 08 1825-02-28
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the first session of the Sixteenth to the second session of the Eighteenth Congress, inclusive: commencing December 27, 1819, and ending February 28, 1825. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Walter Lawrie, Secretary of the Senate, and Walter S. Franklin, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume [II. Military Affairs.] American State Papers 17 1825-02-28
Index to Military Affairs. Volume II. American State Papers 17 1825-02-28
Report of the Secretary of State, on the memorial of Richard W. Meade, rendered in pursuance of a resolution of the Senate of the 15th instant. February 28, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 110, Session Vol. No.3 1825-02-28
Report of the Committee on the Judiciary, upon the petition of John P. Van Ness complaining of the official conduct of B. Thruston, one of the judges of the circuit court for the District of Columbia. February 28, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 123, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-28
Report of the Committee on the Library, upon the petition of Robert Waln. February 28, 1825. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 123, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-28
Report of the Committee on the Judiciary, who were instructed to inquire whether either of the judges of the district courts of Florida have received fees for their services not authorized by law. February 28, 1825. Read, and ordered that it lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 123, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-28
Report of the select committee, to whom was referred the President's message in relation to the sale of the public lots in the City of Washington. February 28, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 123, Session Vol. No.2 1825-02-28
Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting a list of balances on the books of the revenue which have remained unsettled more than three years prior to 30th September, 1824. March 1, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-03-01
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting an abstract of official emoluments and expenditures of the officers of the Customs for the year 1824. March 1, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 118, Session Vol. No.6 1825-03-01
On the memorial of John M. Gamble, a captain of marines, for compensation or prize money for capturing an enemy's vessel in 1813. Communicated to the Senate, March 2, 1825. American State Papers 24 1825-03-02
In Senate of the United States, March 2, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Partial report: The special committee, to whom was referred several resolutions, which are hereto annexed, in relation to the establishment of a permanent fund out of the proceeds of the public lands, for the purpose of education and internal improvement... Serial Set Vol. No. 110, Session Vol. No.3 1825-03-02
Report of the Committee on Naval Affairs, on the memorial of John M. Gamble. March 2, 1825. Read, and ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 123, Session Vol. No.2 1825-03-02
Naval Register for the year 1825. Communicated to the Senate, March 5, 1825. American State Papers 23 1825-03-03
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the first session of the First to the second session of the Eighteenth Congress, inclusive: commencing March 3, 1789, and ending March 5, 1825. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Walter Lawrie, Secretary of the Senate, and Walter S. Franklin, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume [I. Naval Affairs.] American State Papers 23 1825-03-03
Index to Naval Affairs. Volume I. American State Papers 23 1825-03-03
Inaugural address of John Quincy Adams, President of the United States. Made on the 4th of March, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-03-04
Executive Journal. (Forty-ninth session.) US Senate Executive Journal 1825-03-04
Opinion of the Attorney General (W. Wirt) on allowances of salaries and outfits to public ministers of the United States to foreign countries. The injunction of secrecy removed by the Senate from its proceedings on the nomination of Henry Clay as Secretary of State, March 8, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-03-08
Report of the Secretary of the Senate, of the expenditures from the contingent fund of the Senate during the year 1825. (Made in obedience to a resolution of March 1, 1823.) December 5, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-05
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the first session of the Nineteenth Congress; begun and held at the City of Washington, December 5, 1825, and in the fiftieth year of the independence of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 124 1825-12-05
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, being the first session of the Nineteenth Congress; begun and held at the City of Washington, December 5, 1825, and in the fiftieth year of the independence of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 130 1825-12-05
William Morrison. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-05
Richard W. Meade. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1825-12-05
Benjamin Wells. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1825-12-05
Message of the President at the commencement of the session --proclamation of treaty with the Republic of Colombia of October 3, 1824. Communicated to Congress, December 6, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-12-06
Annual report of the Secretary of War, showing the operations of the military establishment of the United States in 1825. Communicated to Congress with the message of the President of December 6, 1825. American State Papers 18 1825-12-06
Expenditures of the Indian Department, and the state of our relations with the several tribes. Communicated to Congress on the 6th of December, 1825. American State Papers 08 1825-12-06
Annual report of the Secretary of the Navy, with the President's message, showing the operations of that Department in 1825. Communicated to Congress with the President's message of the 6th of December, 1825. American State Papers 24 1825-12-06
Bounty land warrants. Communicated to Congress by the President of the United States, December 6, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-12-06
Condition of the Post Office Department. Communicated to Congress by the President of the United States, December 6, 1825. American State Papers 27 1825-12-06
Documents accompanying the President's message to Congress, at the commencement of the first session of the Nineteenth Congress. December 6, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-06
Message from the President of the United States, to both Houses of Congress, at the commencement of the first session of the Nineteenth Congress. December 6, 1825. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-06
Furniture in President's house. Letter from the Commissioner of the Public Buildings, transmitting an inventory of the furniture in the President's house. December 7, 1823. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-07
Petition of Revolutionary officers. A petition in behalf of sundry officers in New Jersey, of the Revolutionary War. December 9, 1825. Referred to a select committee. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-09
Petition of Revolutionary officers. Petition of delegates from Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and South Carolina in behalf of the officers of the Revolutionary Army. December 9, 1825. Referred to a select committee. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-09
Motion of Mr. McDuffie to amend the Constitution. December 9, 1825. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1825-12-09
Breakwater in Delaware Bay. Memorial of the Chamber of Commerce of the City of Philadelphia, upon the construction of a breakwater in the Bay of Delaware. December 12, 1825. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-12
Unsettled accounts. Letter from the First Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting a list of unsettled accounts on the books of the Office of the Second Auditor. December 12, 1825. Ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-12
Unsettled accounts. Letter from the First Comptroller, transmitting lists of unsettled accounts of the following officers, viz. collectors of the Customs, collectors of old internal revenue and direct tax, receivers at the land offices, and on the books of receipts and expenditures. December 12, 1825. Ordered that it lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-12
Kentucky Institution for the Deaf and Dumb. Memorial of the Kentucky Institution for the Tuition of the Deaf and Dumb. December 12, 1825. Read, and referred to a select committee. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-12
Mr. Webster's proposition to amend the rules. December 12, 1825. Read, and laid on the table until tomorrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1825-12-12
Mr. Wickliffe's resolutions. December 12, 1825. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1825-12-12
Executive Journal. (Forty-eighth session.) Executive proceedings of the Senate of the United States, 19th Congress, 1st session. US Senate Executive Journal 1825-12-13
School lands in Ohio. Memorial of the Legislature of the State of Ohio, for authority to dispose of the school lands in that state. December 9, 1825. Referred to the Committee on Public Lands. December 13, 1825. Bill reported, No. 2. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-13
Contingent expenses H. of Representatives. Annual report of the Clerk of the House of Representatives of the names of the clerks, messengers, &c. in the service of that House, and of the expenditure of the contingent fund of 1825. December 13, 1825. Ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-13
Internal improvements. Mr. Bailey's resolutions proposing to amend the Constitution of the United States in relation to internal improvements. December 13, 1825. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1825-12-13
Amendment to Constitution. Mr. Mitchell's (of Tenn.) resolution. December 13, 1825. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1825-12-13
Treaties with the Osage, Kanzas, and Shawanee tribes. Communicated to the Senate, December 14, 1825. American State Papers 08 1825-12-14
Application of Indiana for relief of purchasers and for reduction in price of public lands. Communicated to the Senate, December 14, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-12-14
Application of Missouri in favor of actual settlers, and for field notes, plats, and descriptions of the public lands. Communicated to the Senate, December 14, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-12-14
General convention of peace, amity, commerce and navigation, with the Federation of the Centre of America. Communicated to the Senate, in executive session, December 15, 1825, and the injunction of secrecy since removed. American State Papers 05 1825-12-15
Petition of John Smith T. and Wilson P. Hunt, sureties of Alpha Kingsley, late paymaster in the service of the United States, praying to be released from a "supposed balance" on account of gross neglect and delay in the settlement of his accounts, &c. December 15, 1825. Read and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1825-12-15
Postage. Letter from the Postmaster General, accompanied by a statement of the nett amount of postage which accrued at each post office in each state and territory of the United States during the year ending March 31, 1825. December 15, 1825. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-15
Application of inhabitants of Pendleton County, Kentucky, for a national armory on the western waters. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 19, 1825. American State Papers 18 1825-12-19
Application of Colonel William King to be restored to his rank in the Army. Communicated to the Senate, December 19, 1825. American State Papers 18 1825-12-19
On a claim for purser's small stores lost by the capture of the sloop-of-war Wasp. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 19, 1825. American State Papers 24 1825-12-19
Claim of the Marquis de Maison Rouge to land in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 19, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-12-19
Memorial of William King, of Alabama, complaining that the rank of colonel in the Army has been unjustly withheld from him, and praying that same may be restored to him, &c. December 19, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-19
Armory on western waters. Petition of sundry inhabitants of Pendleton County, in the State of Kentucky, upon the subject of a national armory in the west. December 19, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-19
Penelope Denny. December 19, 1825. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-19
Claim of the Marquis de Maison Rouge. December 19, 1825. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-19
Representatives of G.S. Wise. December 19, 1825. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-19
Canal in Florida. Mr. Webster's resolution. December 19, 1825. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1825-12-19
Claim of the Baron de Bastrop to land in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 20, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-12-20
Application of Illinois for a donation of land for a canal in that state. Communicated to the Senate, December 20, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-12-20
Clark M'Pherin. In Senate of the United States, December 20, 1825. Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-20
Bastrop's land claim. December 20, 1825. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-20
Marigny Danterive [i.e., D'Auterive]. December 20, 1825. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-20
Joseph Shomo. December 21, 1825. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-21
State of the finances. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 22, 1825. American State Papers 13 1825-12-22
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, enclosing his annual report on the state of the finances of the United States. December 22, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-22
State of the finances. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, enclosing his annual report on the state of the finances of the United States. December 22, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-22
Unsettled balances. Letter from the First Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting lists of unsettled accounts and outstanding balances on the books of the Third Auditor of the Treasury. December 22, 1825. Ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 132, Session Vol. No.2 1825-12-22
Daniel Clarke. December 22, 1825. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-22
Deaf and dumb. December 22, 1825. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-22
Fortification of the harbor of Pensacola. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 23, 1825. American State Papers 18 1825-12-23
Fortifications: harbor of Pensacola. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting information in relation to a survey and estimate of the harbor of Pensacola, with a view to fortifications. December 23, 1825. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-23
Isaac Hodsdon. December 23, 1825. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-23
In Senate of the United States, December 26, 1825. Mr. Smith, from the Committee on Finance, communicated the following acts, which were ordered to be printed... Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-26
Correspondence with Great Britain relative to the suppression of the slave trade. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1825. American State Papers 05 1825-12-27
Instructions to, and correspondence with, Generals Pinckney and Jackson, relating to the Treaty with the Creeks at Fort Jackson. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1825. American State Papers 08 1825-12-27
Letter from Commodore David Porter relative to charges of Thomas Randall and John Mountain against the officers of the West India Squadron. Communicated to the Senate, December 27, 1825. American State Papers 24 1825-12-27
In Senate of the United States, December 27, 1825. The Vice President communicated the following letter, which was ordered to be printed, and referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs... Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-27
In Senate of the United States, December 27, 1825. Mr. Ruggles, from the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred a memorial of certain merchants of Baltimore, owners of the vessels that were sunk for the protection of that city during the late war, communicated the following documents... Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-27
Dismal Swamp Canal. Letter from the Secretary of War, containing the information called for by the House of Representatives in relation to the Dismal Swamp Canal. December 27, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-27
Slave trade. Message from the President of the United States, communicating correspondence with Great Britain in relation to the convention for suppressing the slave trade. December 27, 1825. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-27
Indian treaty at Fort Jackson. Message from the President of the United States, communicating the instructions and correspondence relating to the treaty subsequently concluded with the Creek Indians at Fort Jackson. December 27, 1825. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-27
Internal improvements. Resolution submitted by Mr. Test. December 27, 1825. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1825-12-27
Claims to land in the St. Helena district, Louisiana. Communicated to the Senate, December 28, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-12-28
Land claims in West Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 28, 1825. American State Papers 31 1825-12-28
Land claims in Florida. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a report of the Register and Receiver of West Florida, under the Act To Extend the Time for the Settlement of Private Land Claims in the Territory of Florida. December 28, 1825. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-28
Light-houses. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, accompanied by a report of the Fifth Auditor, upon the subject of light-houses. December 28, 1825. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-28
Gerard and Hypolite Chretien. December 28, 1825. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-28
Thomas Cutts, Jun. December 28, 1825. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-28
Alterations in the hall. December 29, 1825. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-29
Amendment to the Constitution. Mr. Cook's resolution. December 29, 1825. Read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1825-12-29
Memorial of sundry merchants of St. Louis, in the State of Missouri, praying that St. Louis may be made a port of entry. December 30, 1825. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-30
Michael Copp. December 30, 1825. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-30
William M. Dever. December 30, 1825. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1825-12-30
Index to public documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, at the first session, Nineteenth Congress. Commencing Monday, 5th December, 1825, and ending on Monday, 22d May, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-01
Index to public documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, at the first session, Nineteenth Congress. Commencing Monday, 5th December, 1825, and ending on Monday, 22d May, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-01-01
List of committees of the Senate of the United States, Nineteenth Congress, first session, 1825-'6. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-01-01
Index to public documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, at the first session, Nineteenth Congress. Commencing Monday, 5th December, 1825, and ending on Monday, 22d May, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-01
Index to public documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, at the first session, Nineteenth Congress. Commencing Monday, 5th December, 1825, and ending on Monday, 22d May, 1825. Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-01
Index to executive reports, at the first session of the Nineteenth Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-01
Index to executive reports, at the first session of the Nineteenth Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-01
Index to executive reports, at the first session of the Nineteenth Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-01-01
Index to executive reports, at the first session of the Nineteenth Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-01-01
Index to executive reports, at the first session of the Nineteenth Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-01
Index to executive reports, at the first session of the Nineteenth Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 137, Session Vol. No.7 1826-01-01
Index to executive reports, at the first session of the Nineteenth Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-01-01
Index to executive reports, at the first session of the Nineteenth Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-01-01
Index to executive reports, at the first session of the Nineteenth Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-01-01
A list of the members of the House of Representatives, at the first session of the Nineteenth Congress, and the delegates from territories, designating the place where each was born, so far as the same has been ascertained. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-01-01
Index to reports of committees of the House of Representatives, first session, Nineteenth Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-01
Index to reports of committees of the House of Representatives, first session, Nineteenth Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-01-01
Index to executive reports, at the first session of the Nineteenth Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 131, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-01
Sale of the Moravian lands in Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-02
Description of and duty on imported wines. Communicated to the Senate, January 3, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-01-03
On the claims of Massachusetts on account of the services of the militia of that state. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-03
Letter of Thomas Randall, relative to a communication of Commodore David Porter to the Senate, charging him with imputations against himself and officers. Communicated to the Senate, January 3, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-01-03
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of each description of wines imported since the year 1800; with the rates of duties, &c. &c. (Rendered in obedience to a resolution of the Senate, of 27th December.) January 3, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-03
Memorial in behalf of sundry officers of the Revolutionary Army residing in the States of New York and New Jersey. January 3, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-03
Message from the President of the United States, communicating documents touching the Treaty with the Cherokee Indians, ratified in 1819. January 3, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-03
Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting a list of the names of the persons to whom patents have been issued for the invention of any new or useful art, or machine, manufacture, or composition of matter, or any improvement thereon, from January 1st, 1825, to January 1st, 1826. January 3, 1826. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-03
Clerks of the General Post Office. Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a list of the names of the clerks employed in the General Post Office during the year 1825, and the compensation allowed to each. January 3, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-03
Bankruptcy. January 3, 1826. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Monday the 16th instant. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-03
Quartermaster General Mullany. Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, on the petition of James R. Mullany, late colonel and division quartermaster in the Army of the United States. January 3, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-03
Thomas Cooper. Report of the Committee on the Judiciary. January 3, 1826. Read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-03
Joseph Strahan and others. Report of the Committee on Revolutionary Claims. January 3, 1826. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the Bill No. 23, to revive and continue in force an act entitled "An Act Further To Provide for the Refugees from the British Provinces of Canada and Nova Scotia." Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-03
Massachusetts militia claims. January 3, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-03
Revolutionary officers. January 3, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-03
On the expense and mode of employing a sloop-of-war in exploring the northwest coast of America. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 4, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-01-04
Letter from Thomas Randall, relative to the communication of Commodore Porter to the Senate of 27th ult. January 4, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-04
Survey of northwest coast. Report of the Secretary of the Navy, upon the subject of employing a sloop of war in exploring the northwest coast of America; made in pursuance of a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 16th ult. January 4, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-04
Case of Henry Hitchcock. January 4, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-04
Virginia military land warrants. January 4, 1826. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-04
Fire in the Library. January 4, 1826. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-04
On a re-organization of the Quartermaster General's Department. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-05
Land claims in West Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-05
In Senate of the United States, January 5, 1826. Mr. Harrison, from the Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the petition and documents of Demas Deming, respectfully report: That Demas Deming is the bona fide purchaser from Hugh Glenn of a claim upon the government, amounting to $6,971.26... Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-05
Memorial of James Gadsden and E.R. Gibson, commissioners appointed by the Legislative Council of Florida to examine into the expediency of opening a canal through the peninsula of Florida. January 5, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-05
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the Chief Engineer, relative to the application of the appropriation for removing obstructions to the navigation of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. January 5, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-05
Estimate of appropriations for 1826. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting an estimate of the appropriations proposed for the service of the year 1826. January 5, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-05
Land claims in Florida. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a supplemental and final report of the Register and Receiver of the land office for the Western Land District of Florida. January 5, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-05
Better organization of the Quartermaster's Department. Jan. 5, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-05
Clerks in the Department of State, &c. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting a list of the names of the clerks employed in the Department of State during the year 1825, and the compensation allowed to each. January 5, 1826. Read: Ordered that it lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-05
Claims of Eliphalet Loud, Samuel Bailey, and Israel Thorndike, on the Russian government. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1826. American State Papers 05 1826-01-06
Compensation for an Indian reservation sold by the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-06
Land claims in East and West Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-06
Application to locate land in lieu of Spanish grant. Communicated to the Senate, January 6, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-06
Contingencies of the Navy. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a report of the expenditures on account of the contingent expenses of the Navy for the year ending September 30, 1825. January 6, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-06
Claims and titles to land in West Florida. January 6, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-06
Eliphalet Loud, Samuel Bailey, Israel Thorndike. January 6, 1825 [i.e., 1826]. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-06
James Wolcott and wife. January 6, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-06
Application of the captains of the Army at Fortress Monroe for an increase of pay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-09
Rules for the adjudication of claims for militia services, and report of Third Auditor on the claim of Massachusetts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-09
Naval Register for 1826. Communicated to the Senate, January 9, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-01-09
In Senate of the United States, January 9, 1826. Mr. Lloyd, of Massachusetts, from the Committee on Commerce, to whom was referred that part of the President's message which relates to the expediency of an entire removal of the discriminating duties of tonnage and of impost on the entry of foreign vessels and merchandise into the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-09
District tonnage of the United States. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the annual statement of the district tonnage of the United States on the 31st of December, 1825. January 9, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-09
Rules for settling militia claims. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 4th January instant, in relation to the rules adopted in the settlement of the militia claims of the several states; and the reports of the Third Auditor on the claim of the State of Massachusetts for the services of the militia of that state. Jan. 9, 1826. Read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-09
Light house on Dutch Island, and beacon on Warwick Neck. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, in relation to the erection of a light house on Dutch Island, in Narraganset Bay, and a beacon light on Warwick Neck, in the State of Rhode Island. Rendered in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 30th December, 1825. January 9, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-09
Clerks in the Navy Department. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting lists of the clerks in his office, and in the office of the Navy Commissioners, during the year 1825, and the compensation of each. January 9, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-09
Observatory at Brunswick, Maine. Memorial of sundry inhabitants of the State of Maine. January 9, 1826. Referred to the select committee appointed on the 7th ult., on so much of the President's message as relates to a national university and an astronomical observatory. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-09
Pilots on the Ohio and Mississippi. Memorial of sundry owners, masters, and pilots of steam boats navigating the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. January 9, 1826. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-09
Captains of the Army of the United States. Memorial of the captains in the Army of the United States, stationed at Fortress Monroe. January 9, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-09
Land in lieu of claim covered by Indian reservation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-10
Land claim in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-10
Journals House of Representatives. Statement exhibited by the Clerk of the House of Representatives of the United States, of the number of copies of the Journal of said House, from the 1st to the 15th Congress, inclusive, which are now in the possession of the House. January 10, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-10
Road, Miami of Lake Erie to Detroit. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report from the Chief Engineer, showing the proceedings under the act of 26th May, 1824, for surveying and making a road from the foot of the rapids of the Miami of Lake Erie to Detroit. January 10, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-10
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a list of the names of the clerks in the Treasury Department during the year 1825, and the compensation allowed to each. January 10, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-10
Hambly and Doyle. January 10, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-10
Heirs of Louis De la Houssaye. January 10, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-10
Treaties with several tribes. Communicated to the Senate, January 11, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-01-11
Quantity of land surveyed and subject to sale, the quantity sold, and the quantity remaining unsold. Communicated to the Senate, January 11, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-11
Disposal of lands subject to inundation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-11
Amendment to the Constitution. Mr. Phelps's proposition of amendment to the Constitution of the United States in relation to the election of President and Vice President of the United States. January 11, 1826. Read twice and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-01-11
Unfinished business. January 12, 1826. Mr. Moore, of Kentucky, from the Committee of Revisal and Unfinished Business, made the following report, which was read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-12
Elizabeth Lewis. January 12, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-12
James Mitchel. January 12, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-12
Henry Lee. January 12, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-12
Claims between the Rio Hondo and the Sabine, in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-13
Statement showing the quantity of land surveyed in the several land districts, the quantity sold from their institution to the thirtieth June, 1825, and the quantity remaining unsold. January 13, 1826. Printed by order of the House of Representatives of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-13
James Cooke. January 13, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-13
Land claims between the Rio Hondo and Sabine. January 13, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-13
King and Thirber [i.e., Thurber]. December 21, 1825. Mr. Owen, from the Committee of Claims, made the following report: Which was read, and laid upon the table. January 13, 1826. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-13
Report of the Register and Receiver of the land district south of Red River, in Louisiana, upon the land claims situated between the Rio Hondo and the Sabine. January 13, 1826. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-13
On an increase of the Corps of Engineers and a reorganization of the Topographical Engineers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-16
Application of Tennessee for the establishment of a national armory at the "Narrows of Harpeth," in that state. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-16
Clerks of the War Department. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a list of the names of the clerks employed in the War Department during the year 1825, and the salary of each. January 16, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-16
Publishing of the laws, and the papers in which the publication thereof has been directed to be made during the year 1826. January 16, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-16
Balances on the books of Fourth Auditor, &c. Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting a report of the Fourth Auditor, of the balances remaining on his books for more than three years prior to 30th September, 1825, together with a list of officers who have failed to render their accounts for settlement according to law. January 16, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-16
National armory. Resolution of the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, in relation to the establishment of a national armory on the western waters. January 16, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-16
Citizens of Newburyport. Memorial of the citizens of Newburyport, on the subject of depredations by France, Holland, Naples, and Denmark. January 16, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee of Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-16
Exploration of the northwest coast. January 16, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-16
Engineer Department. January 16, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-16
Isaac Pool. January 16, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-16
Military road in Michigan. January 16, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-16
Claim of the New England Mississippi Land Company. Communicated to the Senate, January 17, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-17
Land claim in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-17
In Senate of the United States, January 17, 1826. Mr. Mills, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the petition of Ebenezer Oliver and others, directors of an association called the New England Mississippi Land Company, reported as follows... Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-17
In Senate of the United States, January 17, 1826. Mr. Ruggles, from the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of sundry citizens of Baltimore, reported: That, in September, 1814, when an attack was meditated by the British troops... Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-17
Unproductive post routes. Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a list of unproductive post routes. January 17, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 125, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-17
Report from the Secretary of the Treasury, with a statement of lands originally subject to sale that have been sold, and the quantity that remains unsold. Made in pursuance of a resolution of December, 1825. January 17, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-01-17
Unproductive post routes. Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a list of unproductive post routes. January 17, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-17
John H. Mills. January 17, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-17
Correspondence with the officers of the Louisville and Portland Canal Company relative to a site for a national armory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-18
Statement of deaths and desertions in the Army for the years 1823-'24-'25. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-18
Expressive of the sense of Congress of the gallant conduct of Lieutenant Silas Duncan, of the Navy, in the engagement on Lake Champlain in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-01-18
Settlers on public lands and the right of pre-emption. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-18
Site for an armory -- Louisville, Kentucky. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting copies of correspondence with the President, directors, and company of the Louisville and Portland Canal Company in Kentucky, upon the subject of a site for a national armory. January 18, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-18
Desertions from the Army. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting (in part) the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 27th ult. in relation to the deaths and desertions which have occurred in the Army during the three years next preceding the 30th Sept., 1825. January 18, 1826. Read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-18
Contingent expenses of Army. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of the Second Auditor of the Treasury, showing the expenditure of the moneys appropriated for the contingent expenses of the military establishment for the year 1825. January 18, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-18
Navy contracts for the year 1825. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting an abstract of contracts made by the Commissioners of the Navy during the year 1825. January 18, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 133, Session Vol. No.3 1826-01-18
Election in Michigan. January 18, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-18
Relating to settlers on the public lands. January 18, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-18
Lieutenant Duncan. January 18, 1826. Read and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-18
Consolidating revenue laws. January 18, 1826. Mr. Livingston submitted the following resolution, which was read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-01-18
In Senate of the United States, January 19, 1826. Mr. Hendricks, from the Select Committee on Roads and Canals, to whom was referred "A Bill for the Survey of a Route for a Canal between the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico," reported... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-01-19
In Senate of the United States, January 19, 1826. Mr. Benton, from the select committee, to which was referred the several resolutions proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States, reported, in part... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-01-19
On the defence of the northwestern frontier. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-20
On the application of Captain Samuel Angus to be restored to his rank in the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-01-20
On an application to make armorers in the Nayy [sic] warrant officers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-01-20
Application of the purchasers of public lands in Alabama for relief. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 20, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-20
Samuel Angus. January 20, 1826. Mr. Storrs, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, to which was referred the petition of Samuel Angus, made the following report: Which was read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-20
Thomas C. Withers. January 20, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-20
On the application of Captain Isaac Phillips to be restored to his rank in the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-01-21
Road from Wheeling to Missouri. Letter from the Secretary of War, accompanied by a report of the Chief Engineer, in relation to the survey, location, and progress of the road from the right bank of the Ohio opposite to Wheeling to the State of Missouri. January 21, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-21
Isaac Philips [i.e., Phillips]. January 21, 1826. Mr. Storrs, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, to which was referred the memorial of Isaac Phillips, made the following report, which was read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-21
Correspondence with France relative to desertions from French ships in the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1826. American State Papers 05 1826-01-23
Remission of duties on goods imported into Castine, in Maine, whilst in possession of the enemy during the War of 1812-'15. Communicated to the Senate, January 23, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-01-23
Army Register for the year 1826. Communicated to the Senate, January 23, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-23
On the expediency of constructing fortifications at the entrance of Pensacola Bay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-23
Examination of the harbors of Charleston, South Carolina, and St. Mary's, Georgia, with the view of establishing a Navy yard. Communicated to the Senate, January 23, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-01-23
On claim of Nathaniel Bostick, a soldier of Fort Bowyer, for prize money on the capture of a sloop-of-war belonging to the British Navy in the War of 1812-'15. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-01-23
Number of land warrants issued to the officers and soldiers of the Revolution. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-23
Application of Alabama for four sections of land for the City of Mobile. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-23
In Senate of the United States, January 23, 1826. Mr. Smith, from the Committee on Finance, to which was referred the memorial of Henry Rice and others, reported: That the port of Castine was taken possession of by the enemy during the late war, and held until the peace... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-01-23
Report of the Secretary of the Navy, with the report of the officer appointed to examine the harbors of Charleston and St. Mary's, on the expediency of establishing a Navy yard at either of those places, &c. January 23, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-01-23
Land warrants issued for Revolutionary services, &c. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by the resolution of the House of Representatives of the 23d ultimo, in relation to the number of land warrants which have been issued to the officers and soldiers of the Revolutionary Army, &c. January 23, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-23
Moneys paid James Monroe, late President. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting, in pursuance of a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 27th ultimo, statements showing the amount of moneys paid to the late President of the United States as compensation for his services in various other offices; also, of his claims upon the government which have not been allowed. January 23, 1826. Read, and referred to a select committee. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-23
Desertions from French ships. Correspondence in relation to deserters from French ships. January 23, 1826. Read, with a bill to provide for the apprehension and delivery of deserters from French ships in the ports of the United States, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-23
Fortifications -- Pensacola Bay. January 23, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House tomorrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-23
Henry Freeman. Report of the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, in the case of Henry Freeman. January 4, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. January 23, 1826. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House tomorrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-23
Fortifications for the defence of Charleston, South Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-24
Statement of the number, names, states, time of appointment, &c., of the cadets at West Point Military Academy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-24
On the claim of Mrs. Susan Decatur, widow of Commodore Stephen Decatur, for prize money for the capture and destruction of the frigate Philadelphia at Algiers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-01-24
On the subject of the court-martial, court of inquiry, and correspondence relating to the course of Commodore David Porter in suppressing piracy in the West Indies. Communicated to the Senate, January 24, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-01-24
Claims to land in the St. Helena District, Louisiana. Communicated to the Senate, January 24, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-24
Pre-emption right in Michigan. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-24
Land claim in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-24
Application of Louisiana for land in New Orleans for the Bank of Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-24
In Senate of the United States, January 24, 1826. Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, from the committee to whom was referred the memorial of James Beddo, reported: That, in order to give a correct view of this case, the committee refer to the three papers marked A, B, and C, containing the facts and remarks of the party claiming and his counsel, and those of the Post Office Department... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-01-24
Fortifications -- Charleston, S.C. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information called for by the resolution of the House of Representatives of the 20th instant, respecting the fortifications contemplated for the defence of Charleston, S.C. January 24, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-24
Land claims, St. Helena District. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a supplementary report of the Register and Receiver of the land office for the District of St. Helena, under the provisions of the act of the 26th May, 1824. January 24, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-24
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the United States, of the 16th instant, in relation to the cadets of the Military Academy at West Point. January 24, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-24
Mrs. Decatur -- prize money. January 24, 1826. Mr. Holcombe, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, made the following report. Accompanied by a bill for the relief of Susan Decatur, widow, and representative of Captain Stephen Decatur, and others. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-24
Charles Noble. January 24, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-24
Elizabeth Keazy. January 24, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-24
Reduction of duty on dried fish. Communicated to the Senate, January 25, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-01-25
Proceedings of courts-martial, correspondence, etc., relating to the conduct of Commodore Charles Stewart, on the Pacific station, and of that of Lieutenants Joshua R. Sands and William M. Hunter. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-01-25
In Senate of the United States, January 25, 1826. Mr. Lloyd, from the Committee on Commerce, to whom was referred the petition of certain merchants of Baltimore praying that the present duty, of one dollar per quintal on imported dried fish, may be repealed, and that a duty of fifteen cents per quintal may be imposed in lieu thereof, reported... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-01-25
Revolutionary pensioners. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting copies of the rules by which the Department has been governed in giving effect to the acts of 18th March, 1818, and 1st May, 1820, making provision for certain persons engaged in the land and naval service of the United States in the Revolutionary War. January 25, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-25
Mission to Panama. Mr. Miner's resolutions. January 25, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-01-25
Relative to the purchase of Throg's Point, on Long Island, for a fortification. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-26
In relation to an increase of the number of cadets authorized at the Military Academy at West Point. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-26
Report relative to desertions in the Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-01-26
Purchase of land on Throgg's Point, Long Island, New York, for a fortification and light-house. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 26, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-26
Throg's Point, Long Island. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the twenty-third instant, in relation to the purchase of Throg's Point on Long Island Sound. January 26, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-26
Desertions from the Army. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the Adjutant General, in relation to desertions from the Army. January 26, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-26
Military Academy. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 23d instant, in relation to an increase of the number of cadets at the Military Academy at West Point. January 26, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-26
Road from Baltimore to Philadelphia. January 26, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-26
Ann D. Baylor. January 26, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-26
Government of Florida. January 26, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-26
Statements in relation to the Navy Pension Fund in 1825. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-01-27
Proposition to work the copper mines on Lake Superior. Communicated to the Senate, January 27, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-27
Bounty lands unfit for cultivation exchanged. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-27
Relinquished lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-27
In Senate of the United States, January 27, 1826. Mr. Clayton, from the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the memorial of James Leander Cathcart, submitted the following report: One item of the memorialist's demand is for the sum of $5,383.20... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-01-27
Navy Pension Fund. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a statement in relation to the Navy Pension Fund. January 27, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-27
Lands relinquished and resold. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a report in relation to lands relinquished to the United States, the price at which they were originally sold, and the medium price at which they were resold, &c. Rendered in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 24th January, instant. January 27, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-27
Bounty lands unfit for cultivation. January 27, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-27
John Adams. January 27, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-27
Daniel Steinrod. January 27, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-27
Treaties with the Great and Little Osage and the Kanzas tribes. Communicated to the Senate, January 30, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-01-30
Provision for a surveyor general for Michigan. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-30
Washington Turnpike Road Company. January 30, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-30
Marigny D'Anterive [i.e., D'Auterive]. Report of the Committee of Claims, in the case of Marigny D'Anterive [i.e., D'Auterive]. January 30, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-30
Correspondence with the British government relative to the boundary of the United States on the Pacific coast. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1826. American State Papers 05 1826-01-31
Treaty with the Creeks. Communicated to the Senate on the 31st January, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-01-31
Application of Indiana for relief of purchasers and reduction of the price of public lands. Communicated to the Senate, January 31, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-01-31
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements, showing: 1st. Payments at the Treasury during the year 1825 for the discharge of miscellaneous claims not otherwise provided for. 2d. Contracts made relative to oil, light-houses, beacons, buoys, stakeages, &c. 3d. Contracts and purchases made by the collectors for the Revenue Service for the year 1824. 4th. Expenditures on account of sick and disabled seamen for the year 1824. January 31, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-31
Boundary on the Pacific Ocean. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the correspondence with the British government in relation to the boundary of the United States on the Pacific Ocean. January 31, 1826. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the bill to authorize the establishment of a military post, or posts, on the Pacific Ocean, and to provide for the exploration of its coasts and waters. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-01-31
Daniel Davis. January 31, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-01-31
Experiment in the use of cotton, compared with flax, for cordage and canvas -- their relative price, etc. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-02-01
Cotton cordage and canvass. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 25th ultimo, in relation to the experiments which have been made to test the utility of cotton for cordage and sail cloth. February 1, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-02-01
Examination of the Muscle Shoals. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 26th ult., in relation to the examination of the Muscle Shoals with a view to a canal to connect the waters of the Tennessee with those of the Coosa Rivers [sic]. February 1, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-02-01
Land claims in St. Helena District. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a report of the Register and Receiver of the District of St. Helena, on land claims in that district. December 29, 1825. Referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. February 1, 1826. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-02-01
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the Chief Engineer in relation to a survey and location of a road from Detroit to Chicago. February 1, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-02-01
Expenditure of appropriations for 1825 -- military. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of the appropriations for the service of the year 1825, shewing the amount appropriated under each specific head; the amount expended under each; and the balance unexpended on the 31st of December, 1825. February 1, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-02-01
John Steinman and others. February 1, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-01
Relative to the intervention of foreign governments to induce Spain to acknowledge the independence of the South American governments. Communicated to the Senate, in executive session, February 2, 1826, and the injunction of secrecy since removed. American State Papers 05 1826-02-02
Defalcation of a deputy postmaster. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1826. American State Papers 27 1826-02-02
Samuel B. Crocket. February 2, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-02
Wilkins Tannehill. Report of the Committee of Claims, on the bill from the Senate for the relief of Wilkins Tannehill. February 3, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-03
Trade with China. Communicated to the Senate, February 6, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-02-06
Restitution of property forfeited under the non-importation act. Communicated to the Senate, February 6, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-02-06
Change of revenue laws in favor of Spanish ports in North and South America. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-02-06
On the state of the finances. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-02-06
Proposition by Pennsylvania to cede to the United States lands for a site for a national armory. Communicated to the Senate, February 6, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-02-06
Treaty with the Florida Indians. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-02-06
In Senate of the United States, February 6, 1826. Mr. Mills, from the select committee, to whom was referred sundry petitions of officers who were in the service of the United States in the line of the Continental Army at the termination of the Revolutionary War, submitted the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-06
In Senate of the United States, February 6, 1826. Mr Hendricks, from the Committee on Roads and Canals, to whom were referred sundry documents relative to certain roads in the Territory of Florida, reported... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-06
In Senate of the United States, February 6, 1826. Mr. Smith, from the Committee on Finance, to which was referred the memorial of William Dixon and James Dickson, reported: That William Dixon, a British subject, and James Dickson, a citizen of the United States, lately co-partners, and trading at Liverpool... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-06
In Senate of the United States, February 6, 1826. Mr. Smith, as Chairman of the Committee on Finance, laid on the table the following documents in relation to the finances of the United States, which were ordered to be printed... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-06
Survey of Marblehead and Holmes' Hole. Letter from the Secretary of War, in answer to the resolution of the House of Representatives of 31st ultimo, in relation to a survey of the Harbor of Marblehead and Holmes' Hole. February 6, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-02-06
Survey at Nantucket. Letter from the Secretary of War, in reply to a resolution of the House of Representatives of 31st ultimo, in relation to a survey of the island of Nantucket, &c. February 6, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-02-06
Expenditure, naval appropriation for 1825. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a statement showing the amount of appropriations for the naval service for the year 1825, and the expenditure of the same. February 6, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-02-06
Treaty with the Florida Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 5th ultimo, in relation to the instructions given to the commissioners for negotiating with the Florida Indians, &c. &c. February 6, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-02-06
Memorial of sundry citizens of the State of New Jersey. February 6, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-06
Amend the revenue laws. Memorial of the New York Chamber of Commerce. February 6, 1826. Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-02-06
On the state of the finances. Mr. McLane, of Del., from the Committee of Ways and Means, made the following report. February 6, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-06
Appropriation -- slave trade. Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, on the subject of the estimate of appropriations for the service of the year 1826. February 6, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the bill making appropriations for the support of the Navy of the United States for the year 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-06
Library fire-proof. Report of the Library Committee of the House, on the subject of rendering the library room fire-proof. February 6, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-06
Thomas H. Bradford. January 13, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. February 6, 1826. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-06
February 6, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Resolution, submitted by Mr. Clarke [i.e., Clark], of Kentucky. Resolved, that the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to report a bill providing that no final judgment, or decree, shall be pronounced by the Supreme Court of the United States, where is drawn in question the validity of a treaty or statute of the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-06
Mr. Talliaferro [i.e., Taliaferro] -- to amend the rules. February 6, 1826. Ordered to lie one day. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-06
Claims on account of Spanish spoliations under treaty with Spain for the cession of Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1826. American State Papers 05 1826-02-07
Claim of the State of Alabama under the treaty made with the Creeks at the Indian Springs. Communicated to the Senate, February 7, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-02-07
Application of Maryland for the establishment of a Naval Academy at Annapolis. Communicated to the Senate, February 7, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-02-07
On a claim to remuneration for a method discovered for securing the decks and sides of vessels, called water tight plugging. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-02-07
Land claims in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-07
Amount of forfeitures by purchasers of public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-07
Resolutions of the Legislature, and message of the Governor, of the State of Alabama. February 7, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-07
Payments on lands forfeited to the U.S. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury transmitting, in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of Jan. 21, 1826, a statement of the amount of money paid by the purchasers of public lands which have become forfeited to the United States, from the commencement of the land system to the present time, &c. &c. February 7, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-02-07
Banks of the District of Columbia. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting returns of the incorporated banks of the district showing their condition on the 31st of December, 1825. February 7, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-02-07
Buzzard's and Barnstable Bay Canal. Letter from the Secretary of War, in reply to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 31st ultimo, in relation to the survey for a canal route between Buzzard's and Barnstable Bay. February 7, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-02-07
Report -- Register of Opelousas. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a report of the Register of Opelousas, rendered in obedience to the act of Congress of eleventh of May, 1820. February 7, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-02-07
Claimants under the Florida treaty. Memorial of the Philadelphia claimants under the Florida treaty. February 7, 1826. Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-07
Sinking fund for the payment of the public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 8, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-02-08
In favor of a military road from Cantonment Gibson to Natchitoches, in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 8, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-02-08
Application of Alabama that the military works at Dauphin Island may be prosecuted, and that an arsenal be erected in that state. Communicated to the Senate, February 8, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-02-08
Lead mines and salt springs. Communicated to the Senate, February 8, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-08
Application of Alabama for relief of purchasers, for reduction of price, change in mode of selling, and cession of certain public lands to that state. Communicated to the Senate, February 8, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-08
Report on the sinking fund. Annual report of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund. February 8, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-02-08
Road -- Cantonment Gibson to Natchitoches. February 8, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-08
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting (in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, of the 15th Dec., 1825), reports, &c. relative to lead mines and salt springs. February 8, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-08
On the application of certain captains of the Army for an increase of compensation. Communicated to the Senate, February 9, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-02-09
On the claim of Captain James Bigger's company of rangers for compensation for their services. Communicated to the Senate, February 9, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-02-09
On claim of a sailingmaster of the Navy, in Commodore Barney's flotilla service, for the value of a horse killed in the Battle of Bladensburg, and for clothing lost in service. Communicated to the Senate, February 9, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-02-09
Application of Tennessee for a grant of certain lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-09
In Senate of the United States, February 9, 1826. Mr. Harrison, from the Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the memorials of certain captains of the Army of the United States, praying for an increase of their compensation, reported... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-09
In Senate of the United States, February 9, 1826. Mr. Harrison, from the Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the petition and accompanying documents of a company of rangers, commanded by Captain James Bigger, in the years 1813 and 1814, reported: That it appears, from the documents accompanying said petition, that the services of the petitioners were accepted by the President in the month of April, 1813, as mounted rangers, for one year... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-09
Letter from the Governor of the State of Virginia, transmitting a copy of an act passed by the legislature of that state, entitled "An Act To Amend the Act Entitled An Act Incorporating the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company." February 9, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-09
Post at St. Mark's. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 27th ultimo, respecting the post at St. Mark's. February 9, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-09
February 9, 1826. Read, and, with the bill therein mentioned, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Mr. Polk, from the select committee to which the subject was referred, made the following report: The select committee, to whom was referred the memorial of the Legislature of the State of Tennessee, asking a relinquishment of the title of the United States to certain vacant lands therein described... Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-09
Probable cost of certain lots of live oak timber, and cost for preserving the same. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-02-10
Claim of a deputy surveyor for payment for services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-10
Live oak timber. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a report of the Board of Navy Commissioners, in relation to the probable cost of certain lots of live oak timber and the expense of providing for the preservation of the same. February 10, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-10
Relative to desertions from ships of the Netherlands in the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1826. American State Papers 05 1826-02-13
Relative to an application for the establishment of a national foundery at the Ohiopile Falls of the Youghiogeny River, in Pennsylvania. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-02-13
Application of the City of Baltimore for the establishment of a Navy-yard at that place. Communicated to the Senate, February 13, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-02-13
Statement of the pay and allowances of officers of the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-02-13
Quantity of land surveyed and not offered for sale, and the receipts and expenditures at certain land offices. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-13
Memorial of sundry citizens of the District of Columbia, praying that a charter may be granted by Congress to enable them to institute a medical college, &c. February 13, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-13
Memorial of the professors in the medical department of the Columbian College, in the District of Columbia. February 13, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-13
Memorial of the Mayor and City Councils of Baltimore, praying the establishment of a Navy yard at that city. February 13, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-13
Restoration of deserters. Letter from the Chevalier Huygens to the Secretary of State, accompanying a Bill (No. 97), To Provide for the Restoration of Deserters from Foreign Vessels within the Jurisdiction of the United States. February 13, 1826. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-13
Naval affairs. Documents relating to the Bill Concerning the Naval Establishment of the United States. February 13, 1826. Laid before the House by the Chairman of the Committee, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the Bill Concerning the Naval Establishment of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-13
National armory -- Ohiopile Falls. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 9th instant, in relation to the establishment of a national armory on the western waters. February 13, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-13
Lands surveyed and not yet offered for sale. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting (in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 7th inst.) statements shewing the quantity of public land which has been surveyed and not yet offered for sale, &c. February 13, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-13
Real estate purchased by the United States since fourth July, 1776. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the late Secretary of War, to the late President of the United States, in relation to the purchases of real estate in behalf of the United States since July 4, 1776. February 13, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-13
Michigan election. February 13, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-13
Luther Chapin. February 13, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-13
Process of execution -- United States' courts. February 13, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-13
Vaccination in the Army of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-02-14
Statement of the expenses of courts-martial and courts of inquiry from the 1st of January, 1824, to February, 1826. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 14, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-02-14
In Senate of the United States, February 14, 1826. Mr. Lloyd, Chairman of the Committee on Commerce, submitted the following documents in relation to Senate Bill No. 58. Statement of all the Customhouses and warehouses built or purchased for the United States, the cost of each, and the appropriation out of which the money was paid. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-14
Vaccination in the Army U.S. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by the resolution of the House of Representatives of the 10th inst. upon the subject of vaccinating soldiers of the Army of the United States. February 14, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-14
Expenses of naval courts martial. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of 12th January last, in relation to the expenses incurred by each court martial and court of inquiry held by order of the Navy Department since 1st Jan., 1824. February 14, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-14
Land claims in Michigan. February 14, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-14
Phinehas Underwood. February 14, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-14
Slave trade. February 14, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-14
Amendment to the Constitution -- senators. February 14, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-14
Extension of time for benefit of drawback of duties on exports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-02-15
Annual returns of the militia of the United States for 1825. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-02-15
Land claim in Missouri. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-15
Purchases of real estate for the United States within the limits of the states since July 4, 1776. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 15, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-15
Custom houses and public warehouses. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 10th instant, in relation to the expenditures for the purchase or erection of Customhouses, warehouses, ports in which such buildings are situated, &c. &c. February 15, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-15
Exports with benefit of drawback. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a report upon the subject of extending the time within which merchandise may be exported with benefit of drawback, from one to two years. February 15, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-15
Annual return of the militia. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting an abstract of the general annual returns of the militia of the United States and their arms, accoutrements, &c. February 15, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-15
John McCartney [i.e., M'Cartney]. February 15, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-15
Francis Valle et al. February 15, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-15
Application of Rhode Island for lands for education. Communicated to the Senate, February 16, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-16
Lewis Rouse. February 15, 1826. Mr. Williams, from the Committee of Claims, to which was referred the petition of Lewis Rouse, made the following report: Which was read, and laid on the table. February 16, 1826. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-16
Amendment of the Constitution. February 16, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-16
To amend the rules. February 16, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-16
Amendment of the Constitution. February 16, 1826. Mr. Garnsey submitted the following resolution: Which was read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-16
Remission of duties on sugar, it being libelled as Portuguese property. Communicated to the Senate, February 17, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-02-17
Relative to the unhealthiness of the arsenal at Augusta, in Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-02-17
Purchases of real estate for the United States within the limits of the states since July 4, 1776. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 17, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-17
In Senate of the United States, February 17, 1826. Mr. Smith, from the Committee on Finance, to which was referred the petition of Otway Burns, reported: That it appears from the petition and the vouchers submitted in its support that, on the 14th of August, 1818, a brig bearing the name of "Fortuna" entered the port of Beaufort, North Carolina... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-17
Arsenal at Augusta, Georgia. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Ordnance Department, in relation to the site of the arsenal of the United States at Augusta, in the State of Georgia. February 17, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-17
Real estate purchased for the U. States. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting information in relation to real estate acquired by the United States since the fourth of July, 1776. February 17, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-17
Warner Wing. February 17, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-17
Daniel Seward. February 17, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-17
Revolutionary pensioners. February 17, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-17
Fortifications of Pensacola Bay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 20, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-02-20
Estimate for the construction of barracks in New Orleans. Communicated to the Senate, February 20, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-02-20
On a claim by a citizen employed by a naval officer in a survey of the coast, for expenses of sickness contracted in the public service. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 20, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-02-20
General operations and history of lead mines in Missouri and the Upper Mississippi Country. Communicated to the Senate, February 20, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-20
In Senate of the United States, February 20, 1826. Mr. Lloyd, from the Committee on Commerce, to whom was referred the memorial of the Mayor and aldermen of the City of Savannah, reported: The memorialists state it was considered necessary during the War of the Revolution for the common defense, and especially for the protection of the City of Savannah, that obstructions should be placed in the channel of the river... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-20
Memorial of the merchants, ship owners, and manufacturers of the City of Baltimore, in the State of Maryland. February 20, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-20
Counter memorial of sundry citizens of the District of Columbia, praying that a charter may be granted by Congress to enable them to institute a medical college, &c. February 20, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-20
Fortifications of Pensacola Bay. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the United States of the 8th instant, in relation to the commencement of the fortifications at the entrance of Pensacola Bay. February 20, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-20
British colonial trade. Memorial of the merchants, ship owners, and manufacturers of the City of Baltimore, in the State of Maryland. February 20, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-20
Deaf and dumb. Memorial of the trustees of the Kentucky Institution for the Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons. February 20, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is referred the bill for the benefit of the said Institution. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-20
Amendment of the Constitution. February 20, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-20
Amendment of the Constitution. February 20, 1826. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Mr. Dorsey submitted the following as an amendment of the Constitution of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-20
Charles Anderson and Arthur Jones. February 20, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-20
Robert Brooke [i.e., Brook]. February 20, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-20
Preservation and civilization of the Indians. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-02-21
In Senate of the United States, February 21, 1826. Mr. Easton, from the Committee on Public Lands, to whom was referred a bill for the relief of Lieut. Alfred Flournoy, reported: That he was a lieutenant in the United States' Army; and, at Pensacola, in Florida, in 1814, by a shot from a Spanish battery... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-21
In Senate of the United States, February 21, 1826. Mr. Hendricks, from the Select Committee on Roads and Canals, to whom were referred a resolution of the Senate, and two memorials of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, on the subject of a canal communication between the navigable waters of the Wabash and those of the Miami of Lake Erie, made the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-21
Contracts for 1825. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting statements of all the contracts entered into by the Department in the year 1825. February 21, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-21
Preservation and civilization of the Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War, to the Chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs, accompanied by a bill for the preservation and civilization of the Indian tribes within the United States. February 21, 1826. Laid before the House by the Chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-21
William Thompson. February 21, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-21
To amend the Constitution. Mr. Powell submitted the following resolution. February 21, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-21
James Hedge. February 21, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-21
Expenditures at the national armories and arms made therein during the year 1825. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-02-22
Application of Louisiana for a grant of land to the parish of Plaquemines, in that state. Communicated to the Senate, February 22, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-22
Letter from the Secretary of War, in relation to leases of lead mines and salt springs. February 22, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-22
Memorial of sundry citizens of the District of Columbia, praying that another medical college may not be incorporated in the City of Washington. February 22, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-22
National armories. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of the expenditures at the national armories, and the arms, &c. made therein during the year 1825. February 22, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-22
Assessment law of Washington. February 22, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-22
To amend the Constitution. February 22, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-22
Proposition to amend the Constitution. Mr. Haynes submitted the following resolutions. February 22, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-22
Report of Commodore Porter's trial. Mr. Weems submitted the following for consideration. February 22, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-22
Land claims in East Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-23
Memorial of the General Assembly of the State of Illinois, on the construction of a canal to unite the waters of Lake Michigan with the Illinois River. February 23, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-23
Affairs of the Bank of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 24, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-02-24
New Madrid claim in Missouri. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 24, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-24
To set apart a portion of the net proceeds of the sales of the public lands for the support of common schools, to be apportioned among the several states. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 24, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-24
In Senate of the United States, February 24, 1826. Chap. CIX. An Act for the Encouragement of British Shipping and Navigation. (5th July, 1825.)... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-24
In Senate of the United States, February 24, 1826. Mr. Chase, from the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Amasa Stetson, of Boston, presented the following report: That, at the commencement of the late war with Great Britain, the said petitioner was appointed a deputy commissioner general of purchases, and performed the duties of that office... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-24
Settlement of accounts of Farrow & Harris. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 31st ultimo, in relation to the execution of the law of the 3d of March, 1825, for the relief of Nimrod Farrow and Richard Harris. February 24, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-24
Affairs of the Bank of the United States. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the monthly statements of the concerns of the Bank of the United States for the year 1825. February 24, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 135, Session Vol. No.5 1826-02-24
Walley and Foster. February 24, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-24
Isidore Moore. February 24, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-24
Witnesses imprisoned to secure their attendance in court. February 24, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-24
School fund for the several states. February 24, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-24
Legislature of Arkansas. February 24, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-02-24
To amend the Constitution. February 24, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-24
To amend the Constitution. February 24, 1826. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-24
To amend the Constitution. February 24, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-24
Against amending the Constitution. February 24, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-24
Resolutions to amend the Constitution. February 24, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-24
Amendments to the Constitution. February 24, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-24
Amendment of the Constitution. February 24, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-02-24
Land claims in East Florida. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of 7th inst. in relation to the claims to land in East Florida, with the general report of the commissioners of that district. February 23, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. February 24, 1826. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-02-24
Examinations of land offices and compensation of receivers for transporting funds. Communicated to the Senate, February 28, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-02-28
Forfeitures of cargo sailing from an American port under a British license during the War of 1812. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-03-01
Loan office and final settlement certificates unpaid January 1, 1826. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-03-01
Operation of the Mint in 1825. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-03-01
Transactions at the Mint in 1825. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-03-01
Assays of foreign coins in 1825. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-03-01
System of fortifications recommended by the Board of Engineers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-03-01
Condition of the Florida Indians. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 1st March, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-03-01
On a claim of the administrator of Lieutenant Thos. G. Tillinghast, late an officer of the sloop-of-war Wasp, for prize money and relief from a judgment. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-03-01
Account of the killed, wounded, and prisoners of the officers and crew of the frigate Chesapeake, in the action with the British frigate Shannon in the War of 1812-'15. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-03-01
Application of Illinois for grant of land for a seat of justice in Gallatin County. Communicated to the Senate, March 1, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-03-01
Application to confirm the transfer of a Cherokee reservation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-03-01
In Senate of the United States, March 1, 1826. Mr. Benton, from the select committee, to whom was referred the proposition to amend the Constitution of the United States with respect to the appointment of senators and representatives to offices under the federal government, reported... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-01
System of fortifications. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by the resolutions of the House of Representatives of 6th May, 1824, and the 5th January last, in relation to a system of fortifications contemplated by the Board of Engineers. March 1, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 134, Session Vol. No.4 1826-03-01
Mint of the United States. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Director of the Mint, shewing the operation of that institution for the year 1825. March 1, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-03-01
Operations of the Mint of the United States. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements shewing the operations of the Mint during the year 1825. March 1, 1826. Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-03-01
Assays of foreign coins. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a report of assays of foreign coins made at the Mint of the United States during the year 1825. March 1, 1826. Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-03-01
Officers, &c. of frigate Chesapeake. Letter from the Navy Department, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 9th instant, in relation to the officers and crew of the frigate Chesapeake who were killed or wounded at the time of her capture. March 1, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-03-01
Florida Indians. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting information in relation to the present suffering condition of the Indians in Florida. March 1, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-03-01
Loan office and final settlement certificates. Statement of the loan office and final settlement certificates, outstanding and unpaid, January 1, 1826. March 1, 1826. Laid before the House by the Chairman of the Committee on Revolutionary Claims, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-03-01
Trade and intercourse with the Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report prepared in compliance with the act of 6th May, 1822, entitled "An Act To Amend an Act Entitled an Act To Regulate Trade and Intercourse with the Indian Tribes and To Preserve Peace on the Frontiers." March 1, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 137, Session Vol. No.7 1826-03-01
Petition of William Hollinger. March 1, 1826. Bill reported (No. 128) and committed. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-01
On the expediency of establishing a Navy yard at Charleston, South Carolina, and on the St. Mary's River, or at Savannah, Georgia, etc. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-03-02
On the expediency of establishing a Navy yard on the River Thames, in Connecticut. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-03-02
On the expediency of establishing a Navy yard and station on the Narraganset Bay, in Rhode Island. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1826 American State Papers 24 1826-03-02
On the expediency of establishing a Navy yard at Baltimore, Maryland. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 2, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-03-02
Canal -- Buzzard and Barnstable Bays. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a memoir on the survey of the route of a canal to connect Buzzard and Barnstable Bays, in the State of Massachusetts, with three sheets of drawings. March 2, 1825. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-03-02
Navy yard -- Baltimore. March 2, 1826. Ordered to be laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-02
Navy yard -- Narraganset Bay, R.I. March 2, 1826. Mr. Storrs, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, to which the subject had been referred, made the following report: Which was read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-02
Navy yard -- River Thames, Conn. March 2, 1826. Mr. Storrs, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, to which the subject had been referred, made the following report: Which was read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-02
Courts in Michigan. March 2, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-02
John E. Dorsey. March 2, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-02
Letter from the Postmaster General, to the Chairman of the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads. March 3, 1826. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-03-03
Administrators of Andrew Mitchell. March 3, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-03
Wm. Mendenhall. March 3, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-03
Daniel Fielding. March 3, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-03
National Road -- Cumberland to Washington. March 3, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-03
Nahum Ward. March 3, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-03
Amendment to the Constitution. March 3, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-03
Le Roy Edwards. March 4, 1826. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the bill for the relief of Ann D. Baylor. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-04
Description of the Indians residing on the Missouri River. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 6, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-03-06
Application of Louisiana for land to inhabitants of Point Coupee for education and repairing levees, and for house and lot to the parish of Plaquemines for a court and public schools. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 6, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-03-06
Defence of proceedings of commissioners for adjusting land claims in East Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, by the Committee of Public Lands, March 6, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-03-06
In Senate of the United States, March 6, 1826. Mr. Lloyd, from the Committee on Commerce, to whom was referred the memorial of the City Council of Charleston, South Carolina, by Joshua Johnson, esq. intendant, reported: The memorialists allege that some time in the year 1804 they entered into a contract with the then Secretary of the Treasury, Mr. Gallatin, to relieve the United States from the charge of the marine hospital at Charleston... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-06
In Senate of the United States, March 6, 1826. Mr. Lloyd, from the Committee on Commerce, to whom was referred a resolution directing an inquiry into the expediency of making an appropriation for the removal of the obstructions and improving the navigation of the bay and harbor of Mobile... Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-06
Major General William Lewis. Memorial of inhabitants of the State of Kentucky, in behalf of the family of the late Maj. Gen. William Lewis. March 6, 1826. Referred to the Committee on Private Land Claims. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-03-06
Expedition up the Missouri. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 1st inst. respecting the movements of the expedition which lately ascended the Missouri River, &c. March 6, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-03-06
Licenses to trade with the Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting an abstract of licenses granted to citizens of the United States to trade with the Indians during the year ending on the 1st September, 1825. March 6, 1826. Referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-03-06
Memorial of the Columbian Institute. March 6, 1826. Referred to the Committee on the Public Buildings. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-06
Memorial of the State of Missouri, and documents in relation to Indian depredations upon citizens of that state. March 6, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 126, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-06
Rifles delivered to Captain Aikin's volunteers for good conduct at the siege of Plattsburg in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 7, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-03-07
On the location of the United States arsenal at Augusta, Georgia. Communicated to the Senate, March 7, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-03-07
On the additional naval force requisite for the protection of the commerce of the United States with Brazil and Buenos Ayres. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 7, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-03-07
Application for further relief to purchasers of public lands by admitting the retention of a portion of the land. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 7, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-03-07
To vest the fee simple in school lands in Indiana in the trustees appointed by the legislature. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 7, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-03-07
In Senate of the United States, March 7, 1826. Mr. Ruggles, from the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of John S. Stiles, of Baltimore, executor of George Stiles, deceased, reported... Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-07
In Senate of the United States, March 7, 1826. Mr, Harrison, from the Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the message of the President on the subject of the arsenal near Augusta, in Georgia, reported... Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-07
In Senate of the United States, March 7, 1826. Mr. Hendricks, from the Select Committee on Roads and Canals, to whom was referred the memorial of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana on the subject of the location of the Cumberland Road through that state, reported... Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-07
Protection to commerce. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, in reply to an inquiry on the part of the House of Representatives of 23d ultimo, "If there are a sufficient number of vessels now in commission to enable him to extend adequate protection to our commerce, to the Empire of Brazil, and to the Republic of Buenos Ayres." March 7, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-03-07
Document to accompany the joint resolution authorizing the delivery of rifles promised to Captain Aikin's volunteers at the siege of Plattsburg. March 7, 1826. Laid before the House by Mr. Ward, of the Committee on Military Affairs, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-03-07
Nicholas Hart. March 7, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-07
Certificates of further credits for land. March 7, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-07
To amend the Constitution. March 7, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-07
School lands in the Illinois Grant. March 7, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-07
Indemnities due under the award of the Emperor of Russia for slaves and other private property carried away by the British forces in violation of the Treaty of Ghent. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 8, 1826. American State Papers 05 1826-03-08
Fur trade. Communicated to the Senate, March 8, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-03-08
Instructions for the encouragement of vaccination in the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 8, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-03-08
In Senate of the United States, March 8, 1826. Mr. Benton, from the Committee on Indian Affairs, reported a bill "For the Better Regulation of the Fur Trade," and laid on the table the following documents in relation thereto. Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-08
Slave ships in Alabama. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the proceedings of the Court and Marshal of the U. States for the District of Alabama, in relation to the cargoes of certain slave ships, &c. March 8, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-03-08
Commissioners under the Treaty of Ghent. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 10th ultimo, relating to the proceedings of the Joint Commission of Indemnities, due under the award of the Emperor of Russia, for slaves and other private property carried away by the British forces in violation of the Treaty of Ghent. March 8, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 136, Session Vol. No.6 1826-03-08
Edward Lee. March 8, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-08
William Benning. March 8, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-08
Heirs of Joseph Jeans. March 8, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-08
Executors of John Kerlin, et al. March 8, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-08
Amendment to the Constitution. March 8, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-08
In favor of abandoning the site of the arsenal at Augusta, in Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 9, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-03-09
Message from the President of the United States, with documents relative to the claim of Maryland for interest on money expended in the late war for defence of that state, &c. March 9, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-09
Civilization of the Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War, to the Chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs, transmitting a report of General Clark, Superintendent of Indian Affairs, in relation to the preservation and civilization of the Indians. March 9, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the bill for the preservation and civilization of the Indian tribes within the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-09
United States arsenal in Georgia. March 9, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-09
Claims of the inhabitants of East Florida for property lost and destroyed by troops of the United States in 1812. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 10, 1826. American State Papers 05 1826-03-10
Authority to Michigan to lease school lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 10, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-03-10
Survey of the waters of Virginia & N. Carolina. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the Engineer Department, in relation to a survey of the waters of Virginia and North Carolina in reference to a system of internal navigation. March 1, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill for a Subscription of Stock in the Dismal Swamp Canal. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-10
Captive African slaves. Letter from the Secretary of State, in reply to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 2d instant, in relation to certain African captives seized in the harbor of Pensacola. March 10, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-10
Washington Canal Company. Annual report of the President and directors of the Washington Canal Company. March 10, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-10
School lands -- Michigan. March 10, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-10
Inhabitants of the Province of East Florida. March 10, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-10
Elbert Anderson. March 10, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-10
Asa Herring. March 10, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-10
Nathaniel Childers. January 20, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. March 12, 1826. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-12
Extra allowance made to a mail contractor. Communicated to the Senate, March 13, 1826. American State Papers 27 1826-03-13
In Senate of the United States, March 13, 1826. Mr. Johnston, from the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, to whom was referred the petition of John Donly, made the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-13
Representatives of John P. Cox. March 13, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-13
Interest to the State of Maryland. March 13, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-13
William L.D. Ewing. March 13, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-13
On the utility of a breakwater at the capes of the Delaware to the vessels of the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 14, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-03-14
Correction of an error made at the land office at Cincinnati. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 14, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-03-14
Claim for indemnity for loss occasioned by defect of title to land in the Virginia Military Reserve derived from the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 14, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-03-14
Claim to land in Mississippi derived from the Spanish government. Communicated to the Senate, March 14, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-03-14
Breakwater at the capes of Delaware. Letter from the Secretary of Navy, in reply to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 6th ultimo, requiring information in relation to the effect of a breakwater at the capes of the Delaware, as a shelter from storms, to the public and private vessels of the United States, &c. March 14, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-14
Improvement of the navigation of the Kennebec River. March 14, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-14
Duty on salt. Communicated to the Senate, March 17, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-03-17
Amount of drawback of duties in 1822-'23-'24. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-03-17
Relative to Tygart's Valley River as a site for a national armory. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-03-17
Treaty with the Creeks. Communicated to the Senate on the 17th March, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-03-17
On the necessity of increasing the naval force for the protection of the commerce of the United States with Brazil and Buenos Ayres. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-03-17
Claims to land in the St. Helena land district, in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-03-17
To provide against frauds in the resale of relinquished lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-03-17
Franking privilege of deputy postmasters. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1826. American State Papers 27 1826-03-17
In Senate of the United States, March 17, 1826. Mr. Woodbury, from the Committee on Agriculture, made the following report: That this important branch of our national industry is now compelled to sustain one burthen very severe and partial in its operation. It is the duty imposed upon imported salt... Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-17
Congress at Panama. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of 5th ult. in relation to the proposed congress to be held at Panama, &c. &c. March 17, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-17
Nett revenue in 1824, and tonnage in foreign trade. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of the value of merchandise on which duties acccrued [sic] during the year 1824, and the net revenue which accrued that year. Also, a statement of the American and foreign tonnage employed in the foreign trade of the United States during the same period. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-17
Fraud in the resale of public lands. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 8th instant, in relation to legislative provision to guard the public interest against the fraudulent combinations of individuals in the resale of relinquished lands, &c. &c. &c. March 17, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-17
Drawback in 1822, 1823, & 1824. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements of drawback payable on merchandise exported during the years 1822, '23, & '24, compared with the amount of duties received, &c. March 17, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-17
Boundary line -- Georgia and Florida. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of a resolution of the Legislature of Georgia, with a correspondence of the Governor of that state, relating to the boundary line between the State of Georgia and the Territory of Florida. March 17, 1826. Referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-17
Documents in relation to Tygart's Valley River as a site for an armory. March 17, 1826. Referred to the Committee of the Whole on Bill No. 116, for the location of an armory on the western waters. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-17
Franking privilege to post masters. Letter from the Post Master General, upon the subject of abolishing the privilege of franking now enjoyed by the post masters of the United States. March 17, 1826. Referred to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-03-17
Message from the President of the United States, upon the subject of an appropriation to carry into effect a mission to Panama. March 17, 1826. Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-03-17
Lands -- St. Helena and Jackson, C.H. Districts. March 17, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-17
Additional naval force. March 17, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-17
Willie Blount. March 17, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-17
Public buildings. March 17, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-17
Road between Jackson and Columbus, Mississippi. Documents to accompany the bill from the Senate (No. 41), appropriating a sum of money for the repair of the post road between Jackson and Columbus, in the State of Mississippi. March 18, 1826. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-18
National observatory. March 18, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-18
On the purchase of additional land for the site of Fort Washington, on the Potomac. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 20, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-03-20
Relative to the quantity of land in the site of Fort McHenry, near Baltimore. Communicated to the Senate, March 20, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-03-20
Redemption of lands sold for taxes in the territories. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 20, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-03-20
Operation of the "Act To Provide for the Extinguishment of the Debt Due the United States by the Purchasers of Public Lands Prior to July 1, 1820." Communicated to the Senate, March 20, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-03-20
In Senate of the United States, March 20, 1826. Mr. Hendricks, from the Select Committee on Roads and Canals, to whom were referred a letter from the Secretary of War on the subject of the navigation of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, and the memorial of sundry owners, masters, and pilots of steam boats navigating said rivers, made the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-20
Documents in relation to a bill for the relief of Thomas A. Smith and John Miller. March 20, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-20
Letter from the Commissioner of the General Land Office, to the Chairman of the Committee on Public Lands, with a statement shewing the quantity of land relinquished, and that fully paid for, under the provisions of the act of the 18th May, 1824. March 20, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-20
Fort Washington. March 20, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-20
Territorial taxes. March 20, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-20
Messages and documents communicated to the Senate and House of Representatives, and the executive proceedings of the Senate, from which the injunction of secrecy has been removed, on the subject of the mission to the Congress at Panama. In executive session, Senate United States, Tuesday, March 21, 1826. American State Papers 05 1826-03-21
Claim of Richard W. Meade on the Spanish government. Communicated to the Senate, March 21, 1826. American State Papers 05 1826-03-21
Duty on imported spirits. Communicated to the Senate, March 21, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-03-21
On the retrocession to South Carolina of the site of the arsenal at Mount Dearborn, in that state. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 21, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-03-21
On the erection of an arsenal at St. Louis, Missouri. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 21, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-03-21
Correspondence on the course pursued by Commodore David Porter, in command of the squadron for the suppression of piracy in the West Indies, and matters incidental thereto. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 21, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-03-21
In Senate of the United States, March 21, 1826. Mr. Findlay, from the Committee on Agriculture, to whom was referred the memorials of a number of agriculturists in Pennsylvania, and the Court, Grand Jury, and Bar of Franklin County, in the same state, praying that the importation of foreign spirits may be prohibited, or the duties thereon increased... Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-21
In Senate of the United States, March 21, 1826. Mr. Clayton, from the select committee, to whom was referred the memorial of Richard W. Meade, made the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-21
Site United States arsenal, Mount Dearborn, South Carolina. March 21, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-21
Arsenal -- St. Louis. March 21, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 141, Session Vol. No.1 1826-03-21
Daniel Loomis. March 21, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-21
In Senate of the United States. March 22, 1826. Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, from the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, to whom was referred the bill for the relief of Jarvis Jackson, made the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-22
The executive proceedings of the Senate of the United States, on the subject of the mission to the Congress at Panama, together with the messages and documents relating thereto. March 22, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-22
Allowances to Revolutionary officers. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 10th instant, relating to certain resolves of the Congress of the Confederation concerning allowances to the officers of the Revolutionary Army. March 22, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-22
Jacob Butler. March 22, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-22
Moses Shepherd. March 22, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-22
Public buildings. March 22, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-22
Foreign bills of exchange. March 22, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-22
Expense of the mission to Panama. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 23, 1826. American State Papers 05 1826-03-23
Frauds upon the revenue laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 23, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-03-23
On the claim of Erastus Loomis for a naval pension. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 23, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-03-23
James Monroe. March 23, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-23
Completion of entries for the benefit of drawback, under act March 3, 1825. Communicated to the Senate, March 24, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-03-24
Relative to the purchase of additional land for the site of the arsenal at Watervliet, New York. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 24, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-03-24
Petition of Charles Dehault Delassus, of Missouri, for return of moneys forcibly taken from him for public purposes, at the capture, &c. of Fort and District of Baton Rouge, in 1810. March 24, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-24
In Senate of the United States. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting, in obedience to a resolution of the Senate of the 14th ultimo, a statement showing the number of cases, and the amount and circumstances thereof, in which certificates or debenture have been issued, &c. &c. March 24, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-24
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of 27th December, in relation to fraud practised, or attempted, upon the revenue laws of the United States. March 23, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. March 24, 1826. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-24
On the mission to Panama. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1826. American State Papers 05 1826-03-25
Net revenue and expenditures at certain ports in the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-03-25
Unclaimed dividends on the public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-03-25
In relation to the pay and emoluments of the paymaster and quartermaster of the Marine Corps in 1824-'25. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-03-25
Paymasters, &c. -- Marine Corps. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 14th ultimo, in relation to the compensation allowed to the paymaster and quartermaster of the Marine Corps for the two years preceding the 1st Jan., 1826. March 25, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-25
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 16th ult., in relation to the nett revenue derived from imposts and tonnage from the 1st of January, 1790, from ports within the Chesapeake and Delaware Bays, New York, and Boston; also, the expenditures at the same places, from the same period, to aid commerce or for the purposes of defence. March 25, 1826. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-25
Unclaimed dividends. March 25, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-25
John Good. March 25, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-25
Mission to Panama. March 25, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-25
John A. Webster. March 25, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-25
In Senate of the United States, March 27, 1826. Mr. Bell, from the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Caleb Stark, made the following report: That the petitioner states that he served in the Army of the United States on the Continental establishment, from the commencement to the termination of the Revolutionary War... Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-27
Fixing the time of adjournment. March 27, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-27
Richard W. Steele. March 27, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-27
Preservation of the Cumberland Road. March 27, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-27
Claims to land between Roberts' and Ludlows' lines, in Ohio, by purchasers from the United States and holders of Virginia military warrants. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 28, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-03-28
Road from Detroit to Lake Michigan. March 28, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-28
Ludlow and Roberts' lines -- Ohio. March 28, 1825 [i.e., 1826]. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-28
George Merchant. March 28, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-28
General statement of desertions and deaths for three years ending September 30, 1825. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 29, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-03-29
Desertions from the Army. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a further report from the Adjutant General, in relation to desertions from the Army of the U. States. March 29, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the bill from the Senate entitled "An Act To Prevent Desertions from the Army, and for Other Purposes." Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-29
Seamen. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting an abstract of American seamen in the several districts of the United States for the year 1825. March 29, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee of Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-29
Relative to instructions to ministers of the United States, and concerning any pledge given on the part of the government to Mexico and South America. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 30, 1826. American State Papers 05 1826-03-30
In Senate of the United States, March 30, 1826. Resolution by Mr. Branch, as modified by him, and ordered to be printed. The President of the United States, in his opening message at the commencement of the present session, informed Congress that invitations to this government to attend and take part in the deliberations at the Congress of Panama... Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-30
Pledge of the U. States to the governments of Mexico and S. America. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by the resolution of the House of Representatives of the 27th instant, in relation to the instructions given to the minister of the U. States to the government of Mexico; as also in relation to any pledge on the part of the United States to the governments of Mexico or Southern America, &c. March 30, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-30
Canal -- Lake Michigan to Illinois River. March 30, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-30
Samuel Youngs. March 30, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-30
Commercial relations with Colombia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 31, 1826. American State Papers 05 1826-03-31
Supplemental article to the Treaty with the Creeks. Communicated to the Senate, March 31, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-03-31
On the construction of docks for the preservation and repair of United States vessels. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 31, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-03-31
In Senate of the United States, March 31, 1826. Mr. Lloyd, from the Committee on Commerce, to whom was referred the memorial of the merchants, ship-owners, and manufacturers of the City of Baltimore, made the following report: The memorialists state: "That Great Britain having lately opened the trade of her North American and West India colonies..." Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-31
In Senate United States, March 31, 1826. Mr. Bell, from the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Moses White, executor of the will of General Moses Hazen, deceased, reported: That the petitioner represents that General Moses Hazen was appointed a colonel in the Army of the United States on the 22d day of January, A.D. 1776, and that he was entitled to a lieutenant's half pay for life from the British government; and that in consideration of his entering into the service of the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-31
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements of the commerce and navigation of the United States for the year ending on the 30th September, 1825. March 31, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the U. States. Serial Set Vol. No. 127, Session Vol. No.3 1826-03-31
Docks for repairing ships of war. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 18th inst., upon the subject of constructing docks for the preservation and repair of the vessels belonging to the Navy of the United States. March 31, 1826. Read and referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-31
Commercial relations with Colombia. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting information on the subject of the commercial relations between the government of the United States and the Colombian government, &c. March 31, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-31
Sand bars of the Ohio River. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 21st instant, in relation to the measures which have been taken to improve the navigation over the sand bars in the Ohio River, &c &c. March 31, 1826. Read, and committed to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-31
Superintendency of Indian Affairs. Documents submitted by the Chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs, accompanied by a Bill for the Establishment of a General Superintendency of Indian Affairs in the Department of War. March 31, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-31
Emoluments -- officers of the Customs. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting an abstract of the official emoluments and expenditures for the year 1825 of those officers of the Customs who have rendered the statements required by law. March 31, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 138, Session Vol. No.8 1826-03-31
Commerce and navigation of the United States -- 1825. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements of the commerce and navigation of the United States for the year ending on the 30th September, 1825. March 31, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-03-31
Arsenal Watervliet -- New York. March 31, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-31
Gilbert C. Russell. March 31st, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-03-31
Alexander M'Nish, and al. April 1, 1826. Mr. Wood, from the Committee on Military Pensions, made the following report: Read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-01
On a claim of Lieut. Isaac M'Keever [i.e., McKeever] for prize money for the capture of two slave vessels. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 3, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-04-03
Expenditures -- internal improvements. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 13th ult., in relation to expenditures incident or relating to internal improvements for the years 1824 and 1825. April 3, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-04-03
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Memorial of the Central Committee of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Convention, and of the commissioners appointed by the States of Virginia and Maryland, and by the United States, to open books for subscription of stock to the said canal. April 3, 1826. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-04-03
Lieutenant Isaac M'Keever [i.e., McKeever]. April 3, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-03
Amendment to the Constitution. April 3, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-03
In the House of Representatives of the United States, April 3d, 1826. The following resolution being under consideration in the Committee of the Whole House upon the State of the Union, viz: Resolved, that, in the opinion of the House, it is expedient to appropriate the funds necessary to enable the President of the United States to send ministers to the Congress of Panama... Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-03
Survey -- canal route -- Olean Point to Erie Canal. April 4, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-04
Petition of Sarah Chitwood. April 4, 1826. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-04
Petition of Mary James. April 4, 1826. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-04
To amend the Constitution. April 4, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-04
Mission to Panama. April 4, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-04
Correspondence relative to the Congress at Panama. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 5, 1826. American State Papers 05 1826-04-05
Memorial of citizens of the State of Ohio, praying the establishment of an uniform system of bankruptcy. April 5, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-04-05
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting documents accidentally overlooked in his reply to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 30th ultimo. April 5, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-04-05
April 6, 1826. Mr. Cambreleng, from the select committee, to which the petitions from the institutions of New York and Pennsylvania for the instruction of the deaf and dumb had been referred, made the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-06
John Valery Delassize. April 6, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-06
In Senate of the United States, April 7, 1826. Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, from the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, reported a bill to discontinue certain post roads, and laid the following letter on the table... Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-04-07
Cargoes of slave ships Constitution, Louisa, etc. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting copies of the depositions of Gilbert C. Russel and Francis W. Armstrong, in relation to the cargoes of the slave ships Constitution, Louisa and Marino, etc. Rendered in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of 5th inst. April 7, 1826. Read and referred to the Committee on the Slave Trade. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-04-07
William King. April 7, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-07
In the House of Representatives of the United States, April 7, 1826. The House being in Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union, and having under consideration the report of the Committee on Foreign Affairs upon the subject of the contemplated mission to the Congress of Panama, Mr. Markley submitted the following resolutions... Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-07
Elizabeth Kramer. April 10, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-10
Mission to Panama. April 11, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-11
On the subject of an augmentation of the Corps of Engineers of the Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 12, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-04-12
In Senate of the United States, April 12, 1826. Mr. Ruggles, from the Committee of Claims, made the following report: The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of William Smith, of the parish of St. Eustache, in the District of Montreal, in Lower Canada, attorney for all the heirs of the late Francis [i.e., Francois] Cazeau, report: That the petitioner's claim is for indemnity and compensation for losses sustained, and services rendered to the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-04-12
Survey -- Connecticut River, &c. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of a survey of Connecticut River, from Barnet, in Vermont, to Lake Connecticut, and, also, a canal route from Memphrymagog to Connecticut River. April 12, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-04-12
Road from Washington to New Orleans. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the report of the Board of Internal Improvement, upon the subject of a national road from the City of Washington to New Orleans. April 12, 1826. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-04-12
George Johnston and others. April 12, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-12
Elizabeth Morgan. April 12, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-12
Augmentation of Engineer Corps. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 25th ult. in relation to an augmentation of the Corps of Engineers. April 12, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-04-12
Balances due by receivers. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting (in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of 17th January last), a list and statement of balances due by the receivers of public moneys up to 30th September, 1825. April 13, 1826. Referred to the Committee on Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-04-13
Intercourse with foreign nations. April 12, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-13
On a claim of Seth Townsend, a disabled seaman of the Navy, for an increase of pension. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 14, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-04-14
On an application of Francis Hayne, a disabled seaman, for an increase of a naval pension. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 14, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-04-14
Survey of canal routes -- Mississippi and Louisiana. April 14, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-14
Post route -- Litchfield to Norfolk, Con. April 14, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-14
Sewall, Williams & Co., and G. & W. Bangs & Co. April 14, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-14
Relative to what governments are expected to be represented at the Congress of Panama. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 15, 1826. American State Papers 05 1826-04-15
On a claim for a Navy pension. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 15, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-04-15
Congress at Panama. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 11th inst., in relation to the governments which, it is expected, will be represented in or at the Congress of Panama. April 15, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-04-15
Juniatta, and Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the engineer employed in exploring the country between Bedford and Cumberland with a view of uniting the Juniatta and Wills Creek with the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. April 12, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. April 13, 1826. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-04-15
Memorial of the trustees of Cumberland College, in the State of Tennessee. April 17, 1826. Referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-04-17
Benjamin Woodworth. April 17, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-17
Baltimore -- vessels sunk for defence of. April 17, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-17
Relative to the military reservations of land at Detroit, in Michigan. Communicated to the Senate, April 18, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-04-18
Location of the Florida Indians. Communicated to the House of Representatives on the 18th of April, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-04-18
Location of Florida Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 15th inst. relating to the present location of the Florida Indians, their country, its soil and water, etc. April 18, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-04-18
John Eustace. April 18, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-18
Ephraim Sutton. April 18, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-18
Mission to Panama. April 18, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-18
In Senate of the United States, April 19, 1826. Mr. Hendricks, from the Select Committee on Roads and Canals, made the following report: The Committee on Roads and Canals, to whom were referred several resolutions of the Senate on the subject of providing for the surveys of canal routes in the State of Indiana, and of various routes for roads and canals in the State of Maine... Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-04-19
Slave ships Constitution, &c. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of 4th instant, in relation to the rights of certain persons to the cargoes of the slave ships Constitution, Louisa, and Marino, &c. &c. April 20, 1826. Referred to the Committee on the Slave Trade. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-04-20
Accounts. Treasurer United States. Letter from the Treasurer of the United States, transmitting the accounts of his office from 1st April, 1824, to 1st April, 1825. April 20, 1826. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-04-20
Francis Larche. April 20, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-20
In Senate of the United States, April 21, 1826. Mr. Benton laid the following document on the table. Washington City, March 25, 1826. Dear Sir: I observe in the National Journal of the 21st a resolution, offered by Mr. Johnston, of Louisiana, "instructing the Committee on Indian Affairs to inquire into the expediency of regulating and equalizing the compensation of the Superintendent and agents of Indian Affairs..." Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-04-21
In Senate of the United States, April 21, 1826. Mr. Benton laid the following letter on the table: Washington City, 25th March, 1826. Sir: In answer to your letter of this day's date, inquiring "if I did not, under orders of the Department of War, make a reservation of certain public grounds in the town of St. Louis..." Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-04-21
Bailey & Rinker. March 22, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. April 21, 1826. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-21
Petition of Moses Smith. April 21, 1826. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-21
Alexander McNish. April 21, 1826. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-21
Claim of R.W. Meade on the Spanish government. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 22, 1826. American State Papers 06 1826-04-22
Mr. Owen's motion -- case of Francis Larche. April 22, 1826. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-22
Appointments from the members of Congress. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting reports from the Secretaries of State, of the Treasury, and of War, and from the Postmaster General, with documents containing the list of appointments of members of Congress, &c. &c. April 25, 1826. Read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-04-25
Business to be acted upon. April 25, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-25
Discriminating duties -- Hamburg. April 25, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-25
Resolution, submitted by Mr. Livingston. April 25, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-25
Internal improvements. Mr. Mercer's resolutions to provide a fund for internal improvement, and rules for its application. April 25, 1826. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-25
Treaty with the Creeks. Communicated to Congress on the 26th day of April, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-04-26
Claim for military bounty land. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 26, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-04-26
Treaty with Creek Indians, &c. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a copy of a treaty with the Creek Nation of Indians. Concluded 24th January last. Also, a copy of a treaty, superseded by the same, signed at the Indian Springs on the 12th of January [i.e., February], 1825, &c. April 26, 1826. Read, and referred to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 139, Session Vol. No.9 1826-04-26
Money advanced to a foreign minister. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the copy of an opinion of the Attorney General, in relation to the right of a foreign minister to retain money which had been advanced to him as an outfit, beyond the sum appropriated by law. April 26, 1826. Read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-04-26
James May. April 26, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-26
Samuel A. Ruddock. April 26, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-26
Remission of forfeiture for smuggling by an agent of the owners. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 27, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-04-27
John Peters and Sabine Pond. April 27, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-27
General Convention of Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation with Denmark. Communicated to the Senate, in executive session, April 28, 1826, and the injunction of secrecy since removed. American State Papers 05 1826-04-28
On the tenure by which the site of the Navy yard at Philadelphia is held; amount of taxes paid thereon to that city and county, jurisdiction over the same not being granted to the United States by the Legislature of Pennsylvania. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 28, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-04-28
Navy yard -- Philadelphia. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 1st instant, in respect to taxes imposed, or paid, on the Navy yard near the City of Philadelphia, &c. April 28, 1826. Read, and by order of the House, laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-04-28
Sewall, Williams, & Co. April 28, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the bill for the remission of duties on certain goods destroyed by fire. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-28
Statue of Washington. April 28, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-04-28
On a claim for repayment of expenses incurred as prize agent. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 29, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-04-29
Cumberland Road. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 28th instant in relation to the state of the Cumberland Road. April 29, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-04-29
In Senate of the United States, May 1, 1826. Mr. Hendricks, from the Select Committee on Roads and Canals, to whom was referred the memorial of the Legislature of the State of Mississippi, praying for an appropriation to aid in opening a passage for vessels over the bar at the east pass of the mouth of Pascagoula River, made thereon the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-01
In Senate of the United States, May 1, 1826. Mr. Lloyd, from the Committee on Commerce of the Senate, who "were instructed to inquire into the expedience of providing by law that, on board each vessel employed in foreign commerce and belonging to citizens of the United States, there shall be apprentices engaged in proportion to the tonnage of such vessels," made the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-01
In Senate of the United States, May 1, 1826. Mr. Eaton, from the Committee on the District of Columbia, laid the following documents on the table relative to the bill "Authorizing the Corporation of Georgetown To Erect a Bridge over the River Potomac, within the District of Columbia..." Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-01
Deep Creek and Castleman Summits. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the report of the engineer employed in exploring the country, and running levels between the Deep Creek and Castleman's Summits, on the contemplated route of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. April 29, 1826. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. May 1, 1826. Ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-05-01
Drawback allowed after expiration of limited time. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 2, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-05-02
In Senate of the United States, May 2, 1826. Documents relating to the bill for the relief of Clark McPherrin. Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-02
Mulberry -- silk worm. May 2, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-02
Daniel Steinrod. May 2, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-02
Jno. Ab. Willink. May 2, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-02
Amount of emoluments and allowances to the registers and receivers of land offices, exclusive of salary. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 3, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-05-03
Emoluments of registers and receivers. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting [a] statement of the annual emoluments of the registers & receivers of the several land offices of the United States, exclusive of salary, from the 20th April, 1818, to the close of the year 1824, rendered in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 7th of February last. May 3, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-05-03
Contracts, Post Office Department, 1825. Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a statement of the contracts made by the Post Office Department for the year 1825. May 3, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-05-03
Commissioner of Public Buildings. May 3, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-03
James Ross. May 3, 1826. Read, and referred to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-03
On the propriety of causing the remains of the late Captain O.H. Perry to be removed to the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 4, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-05-04
William H. Bassett. May 4, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-04
Remains of the late Capt. O.H. Perry. May 4, 1826. Read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-04
Caleb Stark. May 4, 1826. Read and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-04
General Moses Hazen. May 4, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-04
In Senate of the United States, May 4, 1826. Mr. Benton, from the select committee, to which was referred the proposition to inquire into the expediency of reducing the patronage of the executive government of the United States, made the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-04
To authorize the location of a Virginia military land warrant on land of the United States in Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 5, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-05-05
Francis Preston. May 5, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-05
Revolutionary pensioners. May 5, 1826. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the bill authorizing certain persons to be placed on the list of Revolutionary pensioners. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-05
Invalid pensioners. May 5, 1826. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the bill concerning invalid pensioners. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-05
Samuel Chesnut. May 5, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-05
Revenue at Key West in 1822-'3-'4. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 6, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-05-06
On a claim to compensation for the use of certain patented improvements in ship building. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 6, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-05-06
On a claim to pay as a seaman, withheld for alleged desertion. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 6, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-05-06
On the expediency of increasing and reorganizing the Marine Corps. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 6, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-05-06
Harbors -- Marblehead & Holmes' Hole. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of 30th Jan. last respecting the improvement of the harbors of Marblehead & Holmes' Hole. May 6, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-05-06
Revenue at Key West. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 28th ult. in relation to the revenue which has accrued, and the amount collected, at Key West since it was made a port of entry. May 6, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-05-06
Increase Marine Corps. May 6, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-06
Relative to the defences on the Mississippi River. Communicated to the Senate, May 8, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-05-08
On the expediency of constructing dry docks for repairing ships-of-war. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 8, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-05-08
Claim to bounty land of an officer of the regiment commanded by General George Rogers Clark. Communicated to the Senate, May 8, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-05-08
Report from the Secretary of War, relative to additional means of defence for the Mississippi River. In compliance with a resolution of the Senate of April 28, 1826. May 8, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-08
In Senate of the United States, May 8, 1826. Mr. Van Buren made the following report: The Judiciary Committee, on the message from the House of Representatives proposing a conference on the subject of the disagreeing votes of the two Houses on the amendment proposed by the Senate, to the bill entitled "An Act Further To Amend the Judicial System of the United States..." Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-08
In Senate of the United States, May 8, 1826. Mr. Barton made the following report: The Committee on Public Lands have had under their consideration the petition of William Biggs, of the State of Illinois, with the accompanying documents, and report: That the petitioner was a lieutenant in the regiment of Colonel George Rogers Clark, for whom a reservation was made, by the State of Virginia... Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-08
Surviving officers of the Revolutionary Army. May 8, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-08
Pedro Miranda. May 8, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-08
Walker K. Armistead. May 8, 1826. Read; and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-08
In Senate of the United States. May 9, 1826. Relating to amending Bill S. 116. Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-09
Isaac Ricker. May 9, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-09
Richard Key -- Insurance Company of Baltimore, and Robert E. Griffith, et al. May 9, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-09
May 9, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Mr. Forsyth, from the Committee on Foreign Affairs, to which had been referred the petition of Archibald Gracie, of John F. Dumas, of Samuel Hays, of Oliver Keating, and of citizens of Newburyport, upon the subject of depredations by France, Holland, Naples, and Denmark, made the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-09
May 9, 1826. Mr. Burges, from the Committee on Military Pensions, to which the subject had been referred, made the following report: The Committee on Military Pensions, on a more equitable construction of the several laws "providing for persons engaged in the land or naval service of the United States during the Revolutionary War," report: The law made and passed on the 18th day of March, Anno Domini 1818... Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-09
Relative to the amount of indemnity to satisfy the claims of citizens of the United States on Spain, under the treaty of February 22, 1819. Communicated to the Senate, May 10, 1826. American State Papers 06 1826-05-10
Admission of articles for church service free of duty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 10, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-05-10
Message from the President of the United States, with a report from the Secretary of War, and proceedings of a court martial for the trial of Col. Talbot Chambers, &c. In compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 28th April, 1826. May 10, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-10
In Senate of the United States, May 10, 1826. Mr. White made the following report: The Committee of Foreign Relations, to whom was referred the memorials of certain underwriters and others, of Philadelphia and Baltimore, stating that the amount provided by treaty with Spain for indemnity to claimants against the government of Spain was insufficient... Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-10
John Burton, and al. May 10, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-10
With Bill No. 263. Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, on the petition of Benedict Joseph Flaget, Bishop of Bardstown, in the State of Kentucky. May 10, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-10
Distribution of the surplus revenue among the several states for education, internal improvements, &c. Communicated to the Senate, May 11, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-05-11
In Senate of the United States, May 11, 1826. Mr. Dickerson, from the committee to whom was referred the resolution proposing to divide among the states annually a portion of the revenues of the general government, for the purposes of education and internal improvement... Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-11
Passengers arriving in the United States. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting an abstract of passengers arriving in the United States for the fourth quarter of 1824, and the first, second, and third quarters of the year 1825. May 11, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-05-11
Relative to the true boundaries of the Virginia military bounty land in Ohio and claims to land within the same. Communicated to the Senate, May 12, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-05-12
In Senate of the United States, May 12, 1826. Mr. Eaton submitted the following statement: General McArthur's claim. For detailed and particular information, in relation to the merits of the bill referred, "A Bill Providing for Quieting the Purchasers of Certain Lands Sold by the United States in the State of Ohio,"... Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-12
Court-martial -- Colonel Chambers. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 6th instant, a copy of the proceedings of a court martial for the trial of Col. Talbot Chambers, &c. May 12, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-05-12
Judiciary system United States. May 12, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-12
Bird and Abraham Smith. May 12, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-12
Cost per mile -- road to New Orleans. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 24th ult, in relation to the probable cost per mile of making the road, on each of the routes lately examined, between Washington City and New Orleans. May 13, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-05-13
To hold a treaty with the Seneca Indians. May 13, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-13
Frauds upon the revenue laws. Communicated to the Senate, May 15, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-05-15
Gabriel W. Perpall. May 15, 1826. Read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-15
William Legg and James Feland. May 15, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-15
Roads -- Black Swamp to Cumberland, & Pittsburg to Rapids of Miami, of Lake Erie. May 15, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-15
Northwest coast of America. May 15, 1826. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the bill to authorize the establishment of a military post or posts within the territory of the United States on the Pacific Ocean, and to provide for the exploration of its coasts and waters. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-15
Canal -- Boston Harbor to Narraganset (sic) Bay. May 15, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-15
Canal around Muscle Shoals. May 15, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-15
Claim of William Hunt, administrator of Ira Allen. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 16, 1826. American State Papers 06 1826-05-16
Claims of the heirs of Caron de Beaumarchais. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 16, 1826. American State Papers 06 1826-05-16
Proceedings of a court-martial for the trial of Colonel Talbot Chambers. Communicated to the Senate, May 16, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-05-16
Report from the Joint Library Committee of Congress, relative to application of the appropriations for purchase of books, &c. from 18th July, 1821, to 16th May, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-16
Argument of Mr. Adams, of 5th June, 1822. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting, in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 9th instant, a copy of the argument of Mr. Adams, referred to by the Attorney General in his opinion dated 5th June, 1822. May 16, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-05-16
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal -- extension of. May 16, 1826. Read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-16
Heirs of Caron de Beaumarchais. May 16, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-16
Ira Allen. May 16, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-16
Henry Bedinger. May 16, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-16
Canal -- Tennessee and Coosa Rivers. May 16, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-16
On altering election laws. May 16, 1826. Read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-16
In favor of granting land to officers who served in the War of 1812-'15. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 17, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-05-17
Provision for carrying into effect the Treaty with the Creeks. Communicated to the Senate, May 17, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-05-17
In Senate of the United States, May 17, 1826. Mr. Benton, from the Committee of Conference appointed by the Senate, on the disagreeing vote between the Senate and House of Representatives on the amendment adopted by the Senate, to the bill appropriating money to carry into effect the treaty lately concluded with the Creek Indians, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-17
Treaties with several tribes of Indians. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of treaties with Indian tribes which have been duly ratified during the present session of Congress. May 17, 1826. Read and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-05-17
Processes in courts U.S. May 17, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-17
Road from Buffalo to Hanover. May 17, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-17
Land to officers of the late war. May 17, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-17
Memorial of John Mason. May 13, 1826. Referred to the Committee for the District of Columbia. May 18, 1826. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-05-18
Relative to negotiation with Great Britain for the erection of a lighthouse on the Bahama Banks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 19, 1826. American State Papers 06 1826-05-19
Duty on imported and excise on domestic spirit. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 19, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-05-19
Light -- Bahama Bank. Message form [i.e., from] the President of the United States, in reply to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 16th instant, in relation to a negotiation with Great Britain for a cession of certain keys on the Banks, with a view to the establishment of light houses, &c. May 19, 1826. Read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-05-19
Excise on domestic spirits &c. May 19, 1826. Read, and the resolution therein contained concurred in by the House. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-19
Edmund Brooke. May 19, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-19
Spoliations by France on the commerce of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, May 20, 1826. American State Papers 06 1826-05-20
In relation to the court-martial on Colonel Chambers of the Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 20, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-05-20
Condition of the Indians. Communicated to the House of Representatives, May 20, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-05-20
Acceleration of the southern mail, and the management of the post office at Washington. Communicated to the Senate, May 20, 1826. American State Papers 27 1826-05-20
In Senate of the United States, May 20, 1826. Mr. Tazewell submitted the following motion: Resolved, that it is expedient for the United States to cede and surrender to the several states, within whose limits the same may be situated, all the right, title, and interest of the United States to any lands lying and being within the boundaries of such states... Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-20
Letter from the Postmaster General, in relation to the practicability of accelerating the southern mail in its passage to Washington. Also, in answer to an inquiry relative to the conduct and management of the post office at Washington. May 20, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-20
Appropriations 1st session 19th Congress. Statement of appropriations made during the first session of the Nineteenth Congress, prepared in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives of the United States of the 20th May, 1826. May 20, 1826. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 140, Session Vol. No.10 1826-05-20
Intercourse with the Indians. May 20th, 1826. Read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-20
Colonel Chambers. May 20, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-20
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of the several instructions to the ministers of the U. States to the government of France, and of the correspondence with said government, having reference to the spoliations committed by that power on the commerce of the United States anterior to September 30, 1800, &c. In compliance with a resolution of the Senate. May 20, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 129, Session Vol. No.5 1826-05-20
Proceedings on the nomination of Daniel Bissell to be colonel of the Second Regiment of Artillery. Communicated to the Senate, May 22, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-05-22
Proceedings and documents of courts-martial and inquiry on the course of Commodore David Porter in the suppression of piracy, transportation of specie and in pursuit of the pirates at Foxardo, in the island of Porto Rico. Communicated to the Senate, December 26, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-05-22
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, communicating copies of instructions to collectors of the Customs in the State of New York, relative to the collection of tonnage duties on boats employed in transportation on the canals in that state. May 22, 1826. Printed by other of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 128, Session Vol. No.4 1826-05-22
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. May 22, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-22
Canal to connect Lakes Champlain and Ontario. May 22, 1826. Read: Ordered that it be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-22
Suppression of the slave trade. May 22, 1826. Read, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-22
Additional executive department. May 22, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 142, Session Vol. No.2 1826-05-22
Annual report of the Secretary of War, showing the operations of the military establishment of the United States in 1826; and report of the Board of Officers on the organization of the militia. Communicated to Congress with the annual message of the President, December 4, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-12-04
Report from the Secretary of the Senate, showing the expenditures of the contingent fund of the Senate for the year 1826. December 4, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-04
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the second session of the Nineteenth Congress; begun and held at the City of Washington, December 4, 1826, and in the fifty-first year of the independence of the said United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 143 1826-12-04
List of committees of the Senate of the United States, Nineteenth Congress, second session, 1826-'7. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-04
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, being the second session of the Nineteenth Congress; begun and held at the City of Washington, December 4, 1826, and in the fifty-first year of the independence of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 147 1826-12-04
A list of reports to be made to the House of Representatives at the second session of the Nineteenth Congress by the executive departments. Prepared by the Clerk, in obedience to a standing order of the House of Representatives. December 4, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 148, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-04
Edmund Brooke. May 19, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-04
Unfinished business of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the close of the 1st session of the 19th Congress. May 22, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-04
Message of the President at the commencement of the session. -- Documents relating to the colonial trade with Great Britain. -- Relating to affairs with Brazil. Communicated to Congress, December 5, 1826. American State Papers 06 1826-12-05
Expenditures of the Indian Department, and the state of our relations with the several tribes. Communicated to Congress on the 5th of December, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-12-05
Annual report of the Secretary of the Navy, showing the condition of the Navy in the year 1826. Communicated, with the President's message, December 5, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-12-05
Operations of the land system, and the number of military bounty land warrants issued during the last year. Communicated to Congress by the President of the United States, with his annual message, December 5, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-12-05
Condition of the Post Office Department. Communicated to Congress by the President of the United States, December 5, 1826. American State Papers 27 1826-12-05
Message from the President of the United States, to both Houses of Congress, at the commencement of the second session of the Nineteenth Congress. December 5, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 144, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-05
Message from the President of the United States, to both Houses of Congress, at the commencement of the second session of the Nineteenth Congress. December 5, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 148, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-05
Contingent expenses H. Representatives. Annual report of the Clerk of the House of Representatives, of the names of the clerks, messengers, &c. in the service of the House, and of the expenditure of the contingent fund of 1826. December 6, 1826. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-06
Application of Arkansas for relief to the settlers on the Choctaw lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 7, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-12-07
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Secretary of War with that of the Board of Engineers, for internal improvement concerning the proposed Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. December 7, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-07
Grants made by the Indians to agents or commissioners of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 8, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-12-08
Names of the officers and the seamen of the ketch Intrepid in the attack on the frigate Philadelphia, at Tripoli, in 1804. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 8, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-12-08
Lead mines in Illinois and Missouri, and operations thereat. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 8, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-12-08
Burning frigate Philadelphia at Tripoli. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting, pursuant to a resolution of the House of Representatives, the names of the officers and seamen on board the ketch Intrepid in the attack on the frigate Philadelphia in the year 1804, in the harbor of Tripoli. December 8, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-08
Donations by Indians to government agents. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, respecting proposed donations of land by Indian tribes to any agent or commissioner of the United States. December 8, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-08
Public buildings. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the annual statement of the Commissioner of the Public Buildings, of the expenditure on the same, and of the progress of the said buildings. December 8, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Expenditures on the Public Buildings. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-08
Lead mines -- Illinois and Missouri. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of 8th May last, in relation to the lead mines belonging to the United States in the states of Illinois and Missouri. December 8, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-08
Balances on books of receipts and expenditures. Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting a report by the Register of the Treasury, of the balances on the books of receipts and expenditures which appear to have remained due and unsettled more than three years prior to Sept. 30, 1826. December 8, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 154, Session Vol. No.7 1826-12-08
Warner Wing. December 8, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-08
West's paintings. Letter from the sons of Benjamin West, deceased, late president of the Royal Academy of London, offering to sell the government of the United States sundry paintings of that artist. December 11, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-11
Indian affairs. Message from the President of the United States, communicating sundry papers relating to Indian affairs. December 11, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-11
Unsettled accounts. Letter from the First Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting a list of balances on the books of the Second Auditor. December 11, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 154, Session Vol. No.7 1826-12-11
Heirs of Francis Valle. December 11, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-11
Treaties with the Chippewas, Pattawatamies, and Miamies. Communicated to the Senate, December 12, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-12-12
Executive Journal. (Forty-ninth session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1826-12-12
Isidore Moore. December 12, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-12
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, December 13, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-12-13
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the annual report on the state of the finances. December 13, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-13
Memorial of the Legislature of Mississippi, praying Congress to enable the state to open a canal through the bar at East Pass, mouth of Pascagoula River. December 13, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-13
State of the finances. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the annual reports on the state of the finances. December 13, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-13
Revenue of the United States. Statements exhibiting the revenue arising from duties on merchandise, tonnage, referred to in the annual report of the Secretary of the Treasury upon the state of the finances of the 12th December, 1826. December 13, 1826. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 155, Session Vol. No.7 1826-12-13
Unsettled accounts -- Office Third Auditor. Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting reports from the Third Auditor: 1. Of the names of such officers as have not rendered their accounts within the year. 2. Of accounts in his Office which have remained unsettled more than three years prior to the 30th September last. 3. Of moneys advanced prior to 3d March, 1809, on the books of the late Accountant of the War Department, and which remain to be accounted for. December 13, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 158, Session Vol. No.10 1826-12-13
Revolutionary officers. January 3, 1826. Reprinted by order of the House of Representatives, December 14, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-14
Massachusetts militia claims. December 14, 1826. Ordered to lie on the table. Mr. Bartlett's motion. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-14
Alterations in the revenue laws. Communicated to the Senate, December 15, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-12-15
Application of the citizens of Mobile, Alabama, for the adjustment of titles to land in that city. Communicated to the Senate, December 15, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-12-15
Additional executive department. December 15, 1826. Reprinted by order of the House of Representatives. May 22, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-15
December 15, 1826. Resolution submitted by Mr. M'Lean, of Ohio. Resolved, that the Secretary of War be directed to communicate to the House any information in his Department, not heretofore communicated, in relation to the disposition of the several Indian tribes within the United States to emigrate west... Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-15
British colonial trade. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 18, 1826. American State Papers 06 1826-12-18
Florida Indians. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 18, 1826. American State Papers 08 1826-12-18
British colonial trade. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting extracts of a letter from the minister of the United States at London, relating to the late discussions with the government of Great Britain concerning the trade between the United States and the British colonies in America. December 18, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-18
Survey of the harbor of Baltimore. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a report on the survey of the harbor of Baltimore. December 18, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-18
Road -- Washington to Buffalo. Survey -- Roanoke Inlet, etc. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting information in relation to routes for a national road from Washington City to Buffalo; also, information respecting the progress in fulfillment of the act of the last session of Congress authorizing a survey of Roanoke Inlet and Sound. December 18, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-18
Road -- Cumberland to District of Columbia. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report upon the subject of an extension of the National Road from Cumberland to the District of Columbia. December 18, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-18
Florida Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 16th of May last in relation to the Florida Indians. December 18, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-18
Canal -- Mississippi to Lake Pontchartrain. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting information relative to making a canal between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain. December 12, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-18
British colonial trade. Communicated to and ordered to be printed by the House of Representatives. Statutes of the British Parliament in relation to the colonial trade; to which are appended the acts of Congress on the same subject. American State Papers 06 1826-12-19
Land claim in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 19, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-12-19
Statutes of the British Parliament, in relation to the colonial trade; to which are appended the acts of Congress on the same subject. December 19th, 1826. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1826-12-19
Non-resident lands in the territories. December 19, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-19
Designs of paintings. December 19, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-19
Gregory Strahan. December 19, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-19
Indemnity for slaves carried away by Great Britain in 1815. Communicated to the Senate in executive session, December 20, 1826. American State Papers 06 1826-12-20
Importations of sheep's wool on the skin. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 20, 1826. American State Papers 13 1826-12-20
On claim for the return of the amount of a fine as a militiaman. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 20, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-12-20
Pre-emption rights in the St. Helena land district in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 20, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-12-20
Road through Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the Chief Engineer, in relation to the road through Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. December 20, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-20
Sheep's wool on the skin. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury; transmitting information in relation to the importation of sheep's wool on the skin. Rendered in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 11th instant. December 20, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on Manufacturers. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-20
Frederick D. Tschiffely. December 20, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-20
Pre-emption to actual settlers -- Louisiana. December 20, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-20
William Cloyd. December 20, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-20
Memorial and petition of Francis Henderson and Francis Henderson, Jun. on behalf of themselves and family, heirs and representatives of John Laurens, deceased. December 21, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-21
Orsamus Holms. December 21, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-21
John Slavin. December 21, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-21
William R. Maddox. December 21, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-21
British colonial trade. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 22, 1826. American State Papers 06 1826-12-22
Proceedings of Congress of ministers at Panama. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 22, 1826. American State Papers 06 1826-12-22
Relative to fortifications for the defence of Charleston, South Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 22, 1826. American State Papers 18 1826-12-22
Application of the land debtors in Alabama for further relief. Communicated to the Senate, December 22, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-12-22
Number and description of land claims in Missouri and Arkansas upon which patents have been withheld. Communicated to the Senate, December 22, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-12-22
In Senate of the United States, December 22, 1826. Mr. Robbins, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the petition of Ebenezer Oliver and others, directors of an association called the New England Mississippi Land Company, &c. reported as follows... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-22
Memorial of the land debtors in Alabama. December 22, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-22
Road -- Little Rock to Cantonment Gibson. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, in relation to the construction of a road from Little Rock to Cantonment Gibson. December 22, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-22
Trade with Great Britain. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting (pursuant to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 19th inst.) a copy of the three articles marked A, referred to in the protocol of the third conference of the American and British plenipotentiaries on the fifth of February, 1824. December 22, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-22
Fortifications at Charleston, S.C. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting information (in pursuance of a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 18th inst.), upon the subject of the works intended for the defense of Charleston, in the State of South Carolina. December 22, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-22
Claim to land in Tennessee under a grant from North Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 26, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-12-26
Surveys in Mississippi and Louisiana, south of the thirty-first degree of north latitude. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 26, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-12-26
In Senate of the United States, December 26, 1826. Mr. Cobb, from the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the bill from the House of Representatives entitled " An Act for the Relief of John M'Cartney," reported: That from an examination of the petition and documents submitted to them with the bill, it appears that in the year 1817 the petitioner was a citizen of Madison County, in the Territory of Alabama... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-26
Proceedings of the Congress of Panama. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting information in relation to the proceedings of the congress which assembled last summer at Panama, &c. December 26, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-26
Survey of lands in Mississippi and Louisiana south of 31st degree of latitude. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 19th inst., in relation to a survey of the lands lying south of the 31st degree of latitude in the states of Mississippi and Louisiana. December 26, 1826. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-26
John Winton. December 26, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-26
On claim of a Navy pensioner to a pension from the Navy Pension Fund, from date of his disability. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1826. American State Papers 24 1826-12-27
Lead mines and salt springs in Missouri. Communicated to the Senate by the Chairman of the Committee on Public Lands, December 27, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-12-27
Statement in relation to the lead mines and salt springs in Missouri. Laid before the Senate by the Chairman of the Committee on Public Lands. December 27, 1826. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-27
Negotiations with Mexico. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 28, 1826. American State Papers 06 1826-12-28
Application to make a new selection for pre-emption right, covered by a soldier's bounty right. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 28, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-12-28
Negotiations with Mexico. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by resolutions of the House of Representatives, relating to certain negotiations with the government of the United Mexican States. December 28, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-28
Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. Cases of shipwreck, loss, and disaster within the Bay of Delaware, &c. by vessels being driven into, or out thereof, by storm or by ice, &c. December 28, 1826. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-28
Morgan Magness. December 28, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-28
Application of sundry half-breeds of the Creek Nation to sell their reservations of land in Alabama, and list of claims for such reservations. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-12-29
Revolutionary bounty land claims. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-12-29
On claim of a deputy surveyor for special compensation under instructions. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 29, 1826. American State Papers 31 1826-12-29
Relating to settlers on the public lands. December 29, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-29
William Young. December 29, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-29
William Brown. December 29, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-29
Daniel McDuff. December 29, 1826. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-29
Joseph Le Carpentier. December 29, 1826. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-29
Petition of David Hale and Samuel Hale. December 11, 1826. Referred to Committee on Public Lands. December 29, 1826. Bill reported -- No. 320. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1826-12-29
Appropriations for surveys of roads and canals. Mr. Rives's resolution, with Mr. Bartlett's amendment. December 29, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1826-12-29
Index to public documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, at the second session, Nineteenth Congress, commencing Monday, 4th Dec., 1826, and ending on Saturday, 3d March, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 144, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-01
Index to public documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, at the second session, Nineteenth Congress, commencing Monday, 4th Dec., 1826, and ending on Saturday, 3d March, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-01
Index to public documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, at the second session, Nineteenth Congress, commencing Monday, 4th Dec., 1826, and ending on Saturday, 3d March, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-01
Table of documents, printed by order of the House of Representatives, during the second session of the Nineteenth Congress, commencing Monday, 4th Dec., 1826, and ending on Saturday, March 3, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 148, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government to the House of Representatives, during the second session of the 19th Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 148, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-01
Table of documents, printed by order of the House of Representatives, during the second session of the Nineteenth Congress, commencing Monday, 4th Dec., 1826, and ending on Saturday, March 3, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government to the House of Representatives, during the second session of the 19th Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-01
Table of documents, printed by order of the House of Representatives, during the second session of the Nineteenth Congress, commencing Monday, 4th Dec., 1826, and ending on Saturday, March 3, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government to the House of Representatives, during the second session of the 19th Congress. First. By reference to the report according to subject. Second. By reference to the same matter arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-01
Table of documents, printed by order of the House of Representatives, during the second session of the Nineteenth Congress, commencing Monday, 4th Dec., 1826, and ending on Saturday, March 3, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government to the House of Representatives, during the second session of the 19th Congress. First. By reference to the report according to the subject. Second. By reference to the same matter arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-01-01
Table of documents, printed by order of the House of Representatives, during the second session of the Nineteenth Congress, commencing Monday, 4th Dec., 1826, and ending on Saturday, March 3, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government to the House of Representatives, during the second session of the 19th Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 153, Session Vol. No.6 1827-01-01
Table of documents, printed by order of the House of Representatives, during the second session of the Nineteenth Congress, commencing Monday, 4th Dec., 1826, and ending on Saturday, March 3, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 154, Session Vol. No.7 1827-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government to the House of Representatives, during the second session of the 19th Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 154, Session Vol. No.7 1827-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government to the House of Representatives, during the second session of the 19th Congress. First. By reference to the report according to the subject. Second. By reference to the same matter arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 155, Session Vol. No.7 1827-01-01
Table of documents, printed by order of the House of Representatives, during the second session of the Nineteenth Congress, commencing Monday, 4th Dec., 1826, and ending on Saturday, March 3, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 156, Session Vol. No.8 1827-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government to the House of Representatives, during the second session of the 19th Congress. First. By reference to the report according to the subject. Second. By reference to the same matter arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 156, Session Vol. No.8 1827-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government to the House of Representatives, during the second session of the 19th Congress. First. By reference to the report according to the subject. Second. By reference to the same matter arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 157, Session Vol. No.9 1827-01-01
Index to reports of committees. 2d session, 19th Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-01
Index to reports of committees, 2d session, 19th Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government to the House of Representatives, during the second session of the 19th Congress. First. By reference to the report according to the subject. Second. By reference to the same matter arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-01-01
Land claims in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-02
Land claim in Michigan. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-02
Application to commute military bounty land. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-02
Lead mines in Missouri. Communicated to the Senate, January 2, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-02
Thomas McClanahan. January 2, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-02
Jacob Sights. January 2, 1827. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-02
John Rodriguez. January 2, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-02
Elijah L. Clarke. January 2, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-02
House of Representatives United States, January 2, 1827. Mr. Hamilton, of South Carolina, submitted the following preamble and resolutions, which were read and laid upon the table: Whereas a law, commonly known by the name of the Sedition Law... Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-02
January 2, 1827. Read, and laid on the table. Mr. Livingston submitted the following resolution: Resolved, that the Committee of Ways and Means be instructed to prepare and bring in a bill making appropriation of fifty thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the President in the purchase and transportation of provisions for the suffering inhabitants of Greece... Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-02
Additional land for the arsenal at Watervliet, N.Y. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-01-03
Relative to plans and estimates for the fortifications at Pensacola, in Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-01-03
Emigration of the Indians west of the Mississippi. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1827. American State Papers 08 1827-01-03
Naval Register for 1827. Communicated to the Senate, January 3, 1827. American State Papers 24 1827-01-03
In Senate of the United States, January 3, 1827. Mr. Woodbury, from the Committee on Commerce, to which the subject had been referred, made the following report: The Committee on Commerce, to whom was referred the memorial of the Chamber of Commerce in Philadelphia, concerning an artificial harbor or breakwater at the mouth of Delaware Bay... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-03
Removal of the Indians westward. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 20th Dec. last, information in relation to the disposition of the several tribes of Indians to emigrate west of the Mississippi. January 3, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-03
Clerks -- Navy Department -- 1826. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a report of the names of the clerks employed in the Navy Department during the year 1826, and the compensation allowed to each. January 3, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-03
Fortifications for Pensacola. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report respecting plans and estimates of fortifications contemplated for Pensacola. January 3, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-03
Road -- Zanesville to Columbus. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report on the subject of the National Road between Zanesville and Columbus. January 3, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-03
Post Office clerks. Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a statement of the number of clerks employed in the Post Office Department during the year 1826, with their names and salaries. January 3, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-03
Navy contracts for 1826. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a statement of contracts made by the Department during the year 1826. January 3, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-03
Contingent expenses of the Navy -- 1826. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting an abstract of the expenditures on account of the contingent expenses of the Navy during the year ending September 30, 1826. January 3, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-03
Postage accruing in the U.S. -- 1826. Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a statement of the nett amount of postage accruing at each post office, in each state and territory, for one year ending 31st March, 1826. January 3, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-03
Representatives of Joseph Jeans. January 3, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-03
John Burton and al. May 10, 1826. January 3, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-03
Arsenal at Watervliet. January 3, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-03
Henry G. Rice. January 3, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-03
Memorial of sundry citizens of Charleston, South Carolina, representing the necessity of passing a general bankrupt law. January 4, 1827. Ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-04
Estimates of appropriations for 1827. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, of the estimates of appropriations necessary for the service of the year 1827. January 4, 1827. Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-04
Discriminating duties -- Sweden and Norway. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-01-05
On the organization of the Topographical Engineers of the Army. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-01-05
On the expediency of an annual appropriation for the gradual increase of the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1827. American State Papers 24 1827-01-05
Claim to land in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 5, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-05
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States from the first session of the Eighteenth to the second session of the Nineteenth Congress, inclusive: commencing May 13, 1824, and ending January 5, 1827. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Asbury Dickins, Secretary of the Senate, and John W. Forney, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume II. Naval Affairs. American State Papers 24 1827-01-05
Index to Naval Affairs. Volume II. American State Papers 24 1827-01-05
Frederick Onstine. January 5, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-05
Elizabeth Shaw. January 5, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-05
William Thompson. January 5, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-05
Discriminating duties -- Sweden and Norway. Report of the Committee on Commerce, in relation to the imposition of discriminating duties on the vessels and cargoes of Sweden and Norway. January 5, 1827. Accompanied by a bill to exempt Swedish and Norwegian vessels, and the merchandise imported therein, from the payment of discriminating duties of tonnage and impost for a limited time, and for other purposes. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-05
Claim to land in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 6, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-06
William Schley, executor of J.G. Posner. January 5, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-06
Application of Georgia for the remuneration of citizens of that state for military services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-01-08
Amount paid to officers of the Army on account of brevet rank from 1821 to 1825. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-01-08
Encroachments of the whites on the lands of the Choctaws in Arkansas. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1827. American State Papers 08 1827-01-08
In Senate of the United States, January 8, 1827. Mr. Hendricks, from the Select Committee on Roads and Canals, to whom was referred the memorial of the Legislature of the State of Mississippi, praying for an appropriation to aid in opening a passage for vessels over the bar at the east pass of the mouth of Pascagoula River... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-08
Patents for useful inventions in 1826. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting a list of the names of persons to whom patents have been issued for the invention of any new or useful art, or machine, manufacture or composition of matter, or any improvement thereon, from Jan. 1st, 1826, to Jan. 1st, 1827. January 8, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 149, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-08
Memorial of sundry merchants of the City of Philadelphia upon the subject of spoliations committed under the authority or decrees of the government of France. January 8, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-08
Stockbridge Indians. Extracts of letters upon the subject of the present condition of the Stockbridge Indians. January 8, 1827. Laid before the House by the Chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-08
Encroachments on Choctaw lands. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the United States of the 20th ultimo, in relation to encroachments by white men upon lands ceded to the Choctaw Indians in the Territory of Arkansas. January 8, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-08
Resolution of the Legislature of Georgia, on the subject of militia claims. January 8, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-08
Brevet rank and pay. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the Second and Third Auditors, and of the Adjutant General, in relation to brevet rank conferred since 1821, and payments made to officers in consequence thereof. January 8, 1827. Laid before the House by the Chairman of the Committee on Military Affairs, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-08
Cavalry tactics. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a system of cavalry tactics, or, rules for the exercises and maneuvers of the cavalry of the militia of the United States. January 8, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Militia. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-01-08
Marinus W. Gilbert. January 8, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-08
Affairs of the Bank of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-01-09
On payment of prize money to Thomas Douty, who was an artilleryman on board the frigate Macedonian in 1815. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1827. American State Papers 24 1827-01-09
Claim to land in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 9, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-09
Memorial of the City Council of Charleston, S. Carolina, praying that a marine hospital be erected at that port for accommodation of sick and disabled seamen, etc. January 18, 1826. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. December 20, 1826. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. January 9, 1827. Bill reported -- No. 356. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-09
Monthly statements Bank U. States for 1826. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the monthly statements of the Bank of the United States, rendered in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the third instant. January 9, 1827. Read and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-09
Examination of sites for the establishment of a dry dock for the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1827. American State Papers 24 1827-01-10
Statement of the names and rank of the officers of the Revolutionary War, &c. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-01-10
Condition of the Quapaw Indians. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1827. American State Papers 08 1827-01-10
Application for compensation on account of land warrants issued by the State of Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-10
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a detailed statement of the expenditures for the construction and repair of the Cumberland Road, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 20th of May last. January 10, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-10
Quapaw Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 18th ultimo, in relation to the present condition of the Quapaw Nation of Indians. January 10, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-10
Contingent expenses -- military -- 1826. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement shewing the expenditures of the money appropriated for the contingent expenses of the military establishment for the year 1826. January 10, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-10
Clerks -- Department of War. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a list of the clerks in the Department of War during the year 1826, and the salary allowed to each. January 10, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-10
Dry docks -- Portsmouth, N.H., Charlestown, Mass., &c. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of an examination and survey which has been made of a site for a dry dock at Portsmouth, N.H., Charlestown, Mass., Brooklyn, N.Y., and Gosport, Va. January 10, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 153, Session Vol. No.6 1827-01-10
Road -- La Plaisance Harbor, westward. January 10, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-10
John Overall. Report of the Committee on Private Land Claims, on the petition of John Overall. January 10, 1827. Read, and committed to a Committee on the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-10
On construction of Act To Reduce and Fix the Military Peace Establishment, and adverse to the appointment of Paymaster General Towson as a colonel of artillery. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-01-11
Army Register for the year 1827. Communicated to the Senate, January 11, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-01-11
Relative to the establishment of an arsenal in Maine. Communicated to the Senate, January 11, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-01-11
Salary of the Postmaster General. Communicated to the Senate, January 11, 1827. American State Papers 27 1827-01-11
In Senate of the United States, January 11, 1827. Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, made the following report: The Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, to whom was referred the resolution of the Senate, instructing them to examine into the expediency of increasing the salary of the Postmaster General... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-11
Resolution of the Legislature of Georgia on the subject of militia claims. January 11, 1827. Ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-11
Construction of act to fix military peace establishment. January 11, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-11
Joshua Fults. January 11, 1827. Read and committed to a Committee of the Whole House tomorrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-11
Free Negroes -- District of Columbia. January 11, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-11
Annual report in relation to the Navy Pension Fund for 1826. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 12, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-01-12
Application of Illinois respecting the public lands within her limits. Communicated to the Senate, January 12, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-12
New Madrid claim. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 12, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-12
Memorial of the Legislature of Illinois on the subject of the public lands in that state. January 12, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-12
In Senate of the United States, January 12, 1827. Mr. Cobb made the following report: The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of John Brunson, report: That the petitioner states that in the year 1813, during the war between the United States and Great Britain, he was a merchant and the owner of a house and store... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-12
In Senate of the United States, January 12, 1827. Mr. Van Buren made the following report: The Committee on the Judiciary, upon the petition of George Wilson, report: That George Wilson, of Tennessee, claims payment at the Treasury Department for half the amount of certain transportation accounts... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-12
Navy Pension Fund. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting the annual report in relation to the Navy Pension Fund. Prepared in compliance with the act of Congress, of 23d April, 1800. January 12, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-12
Joseph Smith -- for J.B. Dupuis. January 12, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-12
On the subject of an increase of the number of officers of the Ordnance corps. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 13, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-01-13
Patent Office. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 19th ult. upon the subject of the organization of the Patent Office. January 13, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-13
Clerks -- Treasury Department, 1826. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement shewing the names of the clerks of the Treasury Department during the year 1826, and the compensation allowed to each. January 13, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-13
Impressment of seamen from American vessels. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 15, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-01-15
On the proposition of the State of New York to sell to the United States the fortifications on Staten Island belonging to that state. Communicated to the Senate, January 15, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-01-15
Refusal of the Chickasaws and Choctaws to cede their lands in Mississippi. Communicated to the Senate, January 15, 1827. American State Papers 08 1827-01-15
Correction of an error in the entry of a quarter section of land. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 15, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-15
In Senate of the United States, January 15, 1827. Mr. Reed, from the Committee on Public Lands, to whom was referred the petition of Thomas Gulledge, of Pike County, in the State of Mississippi, made the following report: That it appears to the Committee, not only from the petition and affidavit of the said Thomas Gulledge, but likewise from the affidavits of Thomas Hamilton and James Ellis, that some time in the month of March, in the year 1821, the said Thomas Gulledge made a written application to the Register of the land office... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-15
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the commissioners appointed in pursuance of an act of the last session of Congress to hold treaties with the Choctaw and Chickasaw tribes of Indians, for the purpose of extinguishing their claims to lands within the State of Mississippi. January 15, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-15
Fortifications on Staten Island. Message from the President of the United States, with sundry documents, relating to a proposition by the State of New York to sell to the government of the U. States the fortifications erected by said state on Staten Island. January 15, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-15
Impressment of seamen from American vessels. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Secretary of State, relating to the impressment of seamen from on board American vessels since 18th February, 1815. January 15, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-15
Appropriation for the Capitol. Estimate of money necessary for continuing the work upon the Capitol for the year 1827. January 15, 1827. Laid before the House of Representatives, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-15
Navy hospitals. Report of the commissioners of naval hospitals, upon the state of their funds. January 15, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-15
Tobias E. and Wm. Stansbury. January 15, 1827. Read, and ordered that it lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-15
Payment of indemnity by Great Britain for slaves carried away in 1815. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-01-16
Condition of the Naval Hospital Fund on the 31st December, 1826. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-01-16
Claim to land in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 16, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-16
In Senate of the United States, January 16, 1827. Mr. Smith, of Maryland, made the following report: The Committee on Finance, to which was referred the petition of Parke Walton, made thereon the following report: That, sometime in the year 1819, it appears that Parke Walton, before and at that time receiver of public monies for the district west of Pearl River, in the State of Mississippi, received, in his official character, and in payment for the public lands... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-16
Convention with Great Britain. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of a convention between the United States and Great Britain, signed on the 13th of Nov. last at London, providing for the payment of citizens of the U. States for claims arising under the first article of the Treaty of Ghent. January 16, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-16
Assay of foreign coins. Communicated to the Senate, January 17, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-01-17
Importation of sheep's wool on the skin. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-01-17
Concerning appointments, promotions, duties, and compensation of the surgeons and assistant surgeons in the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-01-17
To give validity and time for further evidence to land claims in the District of Opelousas, in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-17
Compensation of the surveyors general and their clerks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-17
Compensation to Surveyor General, &c. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement shewing the compensation to the Surveyor General, and other surveyors, &c. for the years 1824, 1825, and part of 1826. January 17, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 150, Session Vol. No.3 1827-01-17
Robert Huston. January 17, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-17
Surgeons of the Navy. January 17, 1827. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-17
Land claims in Opelousas. January 17, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-17
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report relative to the result of an assay of foreign coins, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate. January 18, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-18
In Senate of the United States, January 18, 1827. Ordered to be printed. Documents relating to Senate Bill No. 63, for the relief [of] Samuel Gilbert... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-18
Discriminating duties -- Netherlands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-01-19
On claim of a widow, on account of the sufferings and losses of her husband while in captivity at Tripoli in 1804. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 19, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-01-19
Money stolen from a deputy postmaster. Communicated to the Senate, January 19, 1827. American State Papers 27 1827-01-19
In Senate of the United States, January 19, 1827. Mr. Johnson, of Ky., made the following report: The Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, to whom was referred the bill for the relief of Nathaniel Patten, report: That the petitioner sets forth that he was postmaster in the Town of Franklin, in the State of Missouri in and about the year 1820; in which year a considerable sum of money, amounting to about eight hundred dollars, received for postage... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-19
In Senate of the United States, January 19, 1827. Mr. Marks made the following report: The Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the petition of J.S. Barney, administrator of the late Colonel George W. Evans, Deputy Quarter Master General, in the brigade of Georgia militia, in the service of the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-19
Discriminating duties -- government of the Netherlands. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Secretary of State, with copies of a correspondence with the government of the Netherlands relating to discriminating duties. January 19, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-01-19
Bank of Chilicothe [i.e., Chillicothe]. January 19, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-19
Relative to an exchange of lands reserved for military purposes in Detroit. Communicated to the Senate, January 20, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-01-20
Unproductive post roads -- 1826. Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a list of unproductive post roads for the past year. January 20, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 153, Session Vol. No.6 1827-01-20
In Senate of the United States, January 22, 1827. Mr. Johnson, of Louisiana, made the following report: The Committee on Commerce, to whom was referred so much of the President's message as relates to commerce, have had the same under consideration, and beg leave to report: That, by the British Order in Council, of July last, the commercial intercourse between the United States and the British West India colonies is interdicted, and the American navigation excluded from all participation in the trade between them... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-22
Foreign commerce. January 22, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-22
Proceedings of the Legislature of Georgia in relation to the treaty made with the Creeks at the Indian Springs. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1827. American State Papers 08 1827-01-23
Duty on imported salt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-01-23
In favor of allowing bounty land and pay due to a soldier erroneously returned as a deserter. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-01-23
In Senate of the United States, January 23, 1827. Mr. Reed submitted the following motions: Resolved, that the Secretary of War be directed to report to the Senate the number of white persons, as near as may be, resident upon the territories occupied by the Chickasaw and Choctaw tribes of Indians... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-23
In Senate of the United States, January 23, 1827. Mr. Hendricks, from the Select Committee on Roads and Canals, to whom were referred a resolution of the Senate and two memorials of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, on the subject of a canal communication between the navigable waters of the Wabash and those of the Miami of Lake Erie... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-23
In the Senate of the United States, January 23, 1827. Mr. Benton made the following report: The Committee on Military Affairs, to which was referred the petition of William M. Sneed, report: That, upon careful examination of the petition and accompanying papers, it appears that a certain Lieutenant Archibald Sneed... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-23
Report and resolutions of the Legislature of Georgia with accompanying documents. January 23, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-01-23
Memorial of sundry inhabitants of Massachusetts, praying that the duty on imported salt may not be repealed. January 23, 1827. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-01-23
Balances -- collectors of the Customs and receivers of the land offices. Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting a list of balances on the books of the Register which appear to have remained unsettled by the collectors of the Customs and others for more than three years prior to 30th September last, and a similar list in the case of receivers of public moneys for the sale of public lands. January 23, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 154, Session Vol. No.7 1827-01-23
Indian depredations in Missouri. January 23, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the bill making appropriations for the Indian Department for the year 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-23
James Wood. January 23, 1827. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-23
William Hallaway and Westgate Watson. January 23, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-23
Chad Miller. January 23, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-23
Commercial intercourse with the British provinces. Communicated to the Senate, January 24, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-01-24
Commissions of American ministers to the Congress at Panama. Communicated to the Senate, January 24, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-01-24
On the expediency of establishing a line of vessels to Panama and a communication between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans across that isthmus. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 24, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-01-24
Memorial of delegates of St. Lawrence County, N.Y., praying countervailing measures against the late acts of the British Parliament regulating commercial intercourse, &c. January 24, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-24
Thomas C. Withers. January 24, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-24
Communication across the Isthmus of Panama. January 24th, 1827. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-24
Frauds in the importation of woolen goods. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-01-25
In relation to the erection of barracks, quarters, storehouses, &c., at various military posts. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-01-25
Land claim in Mississippi. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-25
In Senate of the United States, January 25, 1827. Mr. Hendricks made the following report: The Select Committee on Roads and Canals, to whom was referred the subject of a road from Lake Michigan, by way of Indianapolis, to the Ohio River, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-25
In Senate of the United States, January 25, 1827. Mr. Smith, from the Committee on Private Land Claims, to which was referred "A Bill for the Relief of Elihu Hall Bay and Others, Confirming Grants of Land in the District West of Pearl River, Derived from the British Government of West Florida, and Not Subsequently Granted by Spain or the United States," made the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-25
Letter from the Third Auditor of the Treasury, transmitting, in obedience to a resolution of the Senate passed on the 16th instant, a report of his proceedings in relation to payment for property lost, captured, or destroyed while in the service of the U. States. January 25, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-25
Woollen manufactures. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting information in relation to woollen manufactures imported in the several years between the 30th September, 1820, and the 30th September, 1826, &c. January 25, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-01-25
Barracks, store houses, hospitals, &c. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting to the Chairman of the Military Committee, a report of the Quartermaster General upon the subject of barracks, storehouses, hospitals, &c. January 25, 1827. Laid before the House by the Chairman of the Military Committee, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-01-25
In Senate of the United States, January 26, 1827. Documents relating to Senate Bill 75, for the relief of Haley and Harris. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-26
Memorial of merchants and traders of New York, in relation to spoliations of their commerce. January 26, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-26
In Senate of the United States, January 26, 1827. Mr. Cobb made the following report: The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Hickman Johnson, guardian of Juliet Eliza Sollers, report: That, from the testimony submitted with the petition, it appears that the said Juliet Eliza Sollers, on the 11th September, 1814, was owner of a farm on Patapsco River, below and near Baltimore... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-26
Survey of Kennebec River. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of a survey of Kennebec River, in the State of Maine. January 26, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-01-26
La Plaisance Bay harbor. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of a survey of La Plaisance Bay harbor in the Territory of Michigan. January 26, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 154, Session Vol. No.7 1827-01-26
Charles A. Burnett. January 26, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-26
Andrew Westbrook. January 26, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-26
Reservations of land in Arkansas under the treaty of November 15, 1824, with the Quapaw Indians. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-27
Grant of land in lieu of a forfeiture in the purchase of land in Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 27, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-27
Samuel Sprigg. January 27, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-27
Grants of land under Quapaw Treaty. January 27, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-27
On the subject of general and specific estimates for the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-01-29
Application of Missouri for further provision for settling land titles in that state. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-29
Application of Missouri for further relief to the sufferers by earthquakes in New Madrid County, in that state. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 29, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-29
Public lands in Missouri and Illinois unfit for cultivation. Communicated to the Senate, January 29, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-29
Application of Indiana for change in the system for the sale of the public lands. Communicated to the Senate, January 29, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-29
Memorial of the Legislature of Indiana in relation to the sale of public lands. January 29, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-29
Memorial of merchants and traders of New York, in relation to spoliations on their commerce. January 29, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-01-29
Memorial of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Color of the United States. January 29, 1827. Referred to a select committee. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-01-29
Breakwater Delaware Bay. Statement, showing the value of vessels and their cargoes bound into the Delaware between 28th December, 1826, and 15th January, 1827, which were compelled to go to sea, or to seek precarious shelter elsewhere. January 29, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-01-29
Memorial of the General Assembly of Missouri, relative to relief of inhabitants of New Madrid County, in that state, who suffered by earthquakes, &c. January 29, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-01-29
George Wilson. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the bill from the Senate entitled "An Act for the Relief of George Wilson," made the following report. January 29, 1827. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-29
Marine hospital -- sick and disabled seamen. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 8th instant, in relation to the amount received and expended for the relief of sick and disabled seamen from the year 1819 to the year 1826, &c. January 29, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-01-29
Application of Illinois to be allowed to sell the lands reserved for salines in that state. Communicated to the Senate, January 30, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-30
Land claim in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-01-30
Duties on woollen goods. Statements in relation to existing and proposed duties on woollen goods. January 30, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-01-30
Prohibition of the slave trade. Statement showing the expenditure of the appropriation for the prohibition of the slave trade during the year 1826, and an estimate for 1827. January 30, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-01-30
Thomas Flournoy. January 30, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-30
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. January 30, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-01-30
Claims of American citizens on France, Naples, Holland, and Denmark, on account of spoliations since the year 1805. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-01-31
Spoliations on the commerce of the United States. Letter from the Secretary of States, transmitting a schedule of the claims of American citizens for spoliations by France and other European nations since the year 1805. January 31, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 157, Session Vol. No.9 1827-01-31
Representatives of Gen. Wm. Hull. January 31, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-31
William Morrison. January 31, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-01-31
Protection to woolen manufacturers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-02-01
Relative to the erection of a town [i.e., tower] at Bayou Dupre, in Louisiana. Communicated to the Senate, February 1, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-02-01
Application of Ohio for a grant of land to aid in the education of the deaf and dumb of that state. Communicated to the Senate, February 1, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-01
Memorial of the inhabitants of the State of Georgia in relation to depredations committed by the Creek Indians prior to the year 1802. February 1, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-01
Report of the Secretary of War, in relation to the number of white persons residing on Chickasaw and Choctaw lands. Rendered in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 25th ult. February 1, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-01
Woollen manufacturers. Report of a committee of the House of Representatives of the State of Massachusetts, on the subject of woollen manufacturers, &c. February 1, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-02-01
Mayor and Council of Georgetown, D.C. Representation and resolution of the Mayor and Council of Georgetown, in the District of Columbia, upon the subject of a bill reported to the House of Representatives entitled "A Bill Concerning Free People of Color, in the County of Washington, in the District of Columbia." February 1, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which the above bill is committed. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-02-01
John Moffett. February 1, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-02-01
Application of Indiana to be allowed to sell the lands reserved for salines in that state. Communicated to the Senate, February 2, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-02
In the Senate of the United States, February 2, 1827. Mr. Johnson, of Ky., made the following report, which was concurred in by the Senate. The committee to whom has been referred the subject of carrying the mail by steamboats, from Cincinnati or Louisville to New-Orleans, present the letter of the Postmaster General... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-02
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report in relation to the execution of the treaty of October 18, 1820, with the Choctaw Nation of Indians. In compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 18th ultimo. February 2, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-02
In Senate of the United States, February 2, 1827. Mr. Johnston, of Louisiana, made the following report: The Committee of Commerce, to whom was referred the petition of the inhabitants of Wilmington, North Carolina, report: That the inhabitants of Wilmington, North Carolina, represent that the navigation of the Cape Fear River is so obstructed... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-02
Archibald W. Hamilton. February 2, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-02-02
Richard W. Steele. February 2, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-02-02
Lewis Rouse. February 2, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-02-02
Appointment of ministers to and their duties at the Congress at Panama. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-02-03
Importations of wool and woolen manufactures. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-02-03
Duties on importations from Canada for three years. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-02-03
On claim of the widow of a seaman who died in Dartmoor Prison, in England, to five years' half-pay. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 3, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-02-03
Foreign wool imported. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 12th ultimo, in relation to the quantity of foreign wool and woolen manufactures imported during the last two years, &c. &c. &c. February 3, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 151, Session Vol. No.4 1827-02-03
Foreign missions. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 9th ultimo, relative to the appointments of charges des affaires, and to the commissions and salaries of the ministers and secretaries to the Panama mission. February 3, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-03
Military appropriations for 1826. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of appropriations for the service of the year 1826 showing the amount appropriated under each specific head, the amount expended under each, and the unexpended balance on 31st December last. February 3, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 154, Session Vol. No.7 1827-02-03
Balances on the books of Fourth Auditor. Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting an abstract of the balances on the books of the Fourth Auditor which appear to have remained unsettled more than three years prior to 30th September last. February 3, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 154, Session Vol. No.7 1827-02-03
Abigail Appleton. February 3, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-02-03
Inland channel -- St. Mary's to St. John's River. February 3, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-02-03
National Road -- Wheeling to Missouri. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting reports and drawings relative to the National Road, from Wheeling to the seat of government in the State of Missouri. February 3, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-03
Duties on the inland frontier -- northern. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 23d ultimo, in relation to duties collected for the three last years ending 30th September, 1826, in the States of Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania, and Ohio, on British manufactures and teas, entered at the Customhouses on our inland frontier. February 3, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-03
Application of Missouri for authority to locate certain school lands in sections or parts of sections. Communicated to the Senate, February 5, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-05
Application of Missouri for the right of pre-emption to the lands adjacent to certain iron works. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-05
Application of Alabama to be allowed to sell the lands granted to that state for schools. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-05
Intrusions on the Creek lands by the State of Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1827. American State Papers 08 1827-02-05
Memorial of the Legislature of Missouri, on the subject of land titles in that state derived from the French and Spanish governments. February 5, 1827. Printed by order the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-05
French and other spoliations. Memorial of merchants and others, of the State of Rhode Island, in relation to spoliations committed on the commerce of the United States by vessels of war of France and other European nations. February 5, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-05
French and other spoliations. Petition of merchants of Baltimore, upon the subject of spoliations on the commerce of the United States. February 5, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-05
Message from the President of the United States, in relation to the survey of the Creek lands in Georgia, with accompanying documents. February 5, 1827. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-05
Duty on imported salt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-02-06
On the execution of the Act To Reduce and Fix the Military Peace Establishment and the appointment of a colonel for the Second Regiment of Artillery. Communicated to the Senate, February 6, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-02-06
Annual returns of the militia of the United States for 1826. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-02-06
In Senate of the United States, February 6, 1827. Mr. Benton made the following report: The Committee on Military Affairs, to which was referred so much of the President's message as related to the non-execution, in part, of the act of March 2d, 1821, entitled, "An Act To Reduce and Fix the Military Peace Establishment of the United States..." Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-06
Friendly Creek Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War, on the resolutions of the Legislature of the State of Georgia, in relation to the suffering condition of the friendly Creek Indians, etc. which had been referred to him by the House of Representatives to report thereon. February 6, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-06
Memorial of inhabitants of New Bedford, Dartmouth, &c. against reducing the duty on salt. January 29, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. February 6, 1827. Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-06
Militia of the United States. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting an abstract of the general annual returns of the militia of the United States. February 6, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 153, Session Vol. No.6 1827-02-06
Punishment of crimes. February 6, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-02-06
Military road - Fishkill Landing to Cold Spring. February 6, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-02-06
Sinking fund for the payment of the public debt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-02-07
On claim of the officers and crew of the ketch Intrepid to prize money for the destruction of the frigate Philadelphia in the harbor of Tripoli in 1804. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-02-07
In Senate of the United States, February 7, 1827. Mr. Chambers made the following report: The Committee on the District of Columbia, to whom was assigned, by a resolution of the Senate of the 15th ultimo, the duty of inquiring "into the expediency of releasing the Columbian College, in the District of Columbia, from certain obligations contracted with the late Secretary of the Treasury, amounting to $25,958.12..." Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-07
Memorial of the General Assembly of the State of Illinois, asking for a grant of land to aid said state in opening a canal to connect the waters of Lake Michigan with the Illinois River. February 7, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-07
Memorial of the General Assembly of the State of Illinois, asking for a grant of land to aid said state in opening a canal to connect the waters of Lake Michigan with the Illinois River. February 7, 1827. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the "Bill To Aid the State of Illinois in Opening a Canal to Connect the Waters of Lake Michigan with the Illinois River." Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-07
Florida Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War, to the Chairman of the Committee of Indian Affairs, transmitting information in relation to the condition of the Indians in Florida. February 7, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-07
Surveys -- roads and canals. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting (to the Chairman of the Committee on Roads and Canals), a statement exhibiting the number and designation of the examinations and surveys which have been made with a view to the construction of roads and canals. February 7, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-07
Annual report of the Commissioner of the Sinking Fund. February 7, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-07
Luther Chapin. February 7, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-02-07
Destruction of the frigate Philadelphia. February 7, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-02-07
Public buildings. February 7, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-02-07
Spoliations by France prior to September 30, 1800. Communicated to the Senate, February 8, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-02-08
Application of Alabama for a change in the system for the sale of the public lands, and to provide for the final settlement of land claims in that state. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 8, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-08
Application of Alabama for a donation of land to the Lafayette Academy in that state. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 8, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-08
From the surveyor general south of Tennessee, relative to the duties of the principal deputy surveyor of the district east of the island of New Orleans. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 8, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-08
Intrusions on the lands of the Creeks by the State of Georgia. Communicated to the Senate, February 8, 1827. American State Papers 08 1827-02-08
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a letter from the Governor of Georgia, with accompanying documents. February 8, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-08
In Senate of the United States, February 8, 1827. Mr. Holmes made the following report: The select committee, to whom was referred the petitions of Joseph Emerson and many others, praying to be remunerated for losses sustained by captures and other injuries under authority of the French Republic, ask leave to make the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 145, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-08
Report from the Secretary of War, with abstract of licenses granted by superintendents and agents of Indian affairs to trade with the Indians during the year ending the first of September, 1827. February 8, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-08
An act to amend the act of incorporation of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company. February 8, 1827. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the "Bill Authorizing a Subscription to the Stock of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company." Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-08
Licenses to trade with Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting an abstract of licenses granted to trade with the Indians. February 8, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-08
Letter from G. Davis, Surveyor of Mississippi, to Mr. Haile, of the House of Representatives. February 8, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-08
Relative to the fortification of Pensacola Harbor. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-02-09
Statement of the force and distribution of the marines in December, 1826, and showing the necessity for an increase of that corps. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-02-09
On Uriah Brown's system of annoyance and destruction of the vessels of an enemy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 9, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-02-09
The survey of the Creek lands. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a letter from the Governor of Georgia, with accompanying documents, in relation to the proceeding of certain Indians in said state. February 9, 1827. Read, and referred to a select committee. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-09
Fortifications -- Pensacola harbor. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report from the Engineer Department, in relation to the contemplated fortification of Pensacola harbor. February 9, 1827. Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-09
Clerks -- Department of State. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting a list of the names of the clerks employed in his office and in the Patent Office during the year 1826, and the compensation allowed to each. February 9, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-09
Expenditure -- naval appropriation 1826. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a statement showing the appropriations for the naval service for the year 1826, and the expenditure of the same. February 9, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-09
Surveys: Harbor of Edgartown, Merrimack River, a survey of the mouth of Merrimack River; also, a survey of the Harbor of Hyannis, in the Vineyard Sound, with a map of each: rendered in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the fourth of last month. February 9, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 154, Session Vol. No.7 1827-02-09
Thomas Gulledge. February 9, 1827. Read, and with the bill committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-02-09
Sale of salines in Illinois. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 10, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-10
Georgia militia claims. February 10, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-02-10
Port entry -- Penobscot River. February 10, 1827. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House, to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-02-10
Salt Springs in Illinois. February 10, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-10
Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation with Mexico. Communicated to the Senate, in executive session, February 12, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-02-12
Spoliations by France between the years 1805 and 1813. Communicated to the Senate, February 12, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-02-12
Cost of, and expenditures at, the several Navy yards from 1819 to 1826. Communicated to the Senate, February 12, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-02-12
Application of the citizens of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, for the construction of a dry dock at that place. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 12, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-02-12
Conflicting claims between Roberts' and Ludlows' lines in Ohio. Communicated to the Senate, February 12, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-12
Resolutions of the State of Alabama, in relation to the system for the disposal of the public lands. February 12, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-12
Memorial of sundry citizens of Portsmouth, N.H., on the subject of their claims against France for injuries sustained since A.D. 1806. February 12, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-12
In Senate of the United States, February 12, 1827. Mr. Sanford made the following report: The Committee of Foreign Relations having considered the memorial of certain merchants of Portsmouth, in New Hampshire, the memorial of certain merchants of the City of New York, the memorial of certain merchants of the City of Philadelphia, and the memorial of certain merchants of the City of Baltimore, submit their report: The memorialists have claims upon the government of France... Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-12
Memorial of citizens of Logan County in the State of Ohio. February 12, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-12
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting information respecting the cost of, and expenditures at, the several Navy yards; in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of January 17. February 12, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-12
Dry dock -- Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Memorial of the citizens of Portsmouth, N.H., respecting the construction of a dry dock at the Navy yard at that place. February 12, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-12
Improvement in hall of House of Reps. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting a report of the Board of Inspection, appointed 19th of May last, in relation to improvements of the hall of the House of Representatives, U.S. &c. &c. February 12, 1827. Referred to the Committee on the Public Buildings. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-12
Road -- Baltimore to Philadelphia. Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a report of General Bernard, of surveys of routes for a post road from Baltimore to Philadelphia. February 12, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-12
Old internal revenue and direct tax, and direct tax of 1815 and 1816. Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting lists of balances on the books of the Register of the Treasury on account of the old internal revenue and direct tax; also, an account of the direct tax of 1816 and 1816. February 12, 1827. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 154, Session Vol. No.7 1827-02-12
Duty on imported salt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-02-13
Duty on imported salt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-02-13
Expenditures at the national armories and arms made therein in 1826. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-02-13
Land claim in West Florida. Communicated to the Senate, February 13, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-13
On claim of a receiver of public moneys for compensation for bringing up arrears of work. Communicated to the Senate, February 13, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-13
In Senate of the United States, February 13, 1827. Mr. Reed, from the Committee on Public Lands, to whom was referred the petition of James Moore, of Mississippi, made the following report: That it appears to the satisfaction of the Committee, by the petition and affidavit of the said James Moore, and by the corroborating testimony of one of the Committee (who has some knowledge upon the subject), that the petitioner and the other heirs of Alexander Moore, deceased, have claims to land in West Florida... Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-13
In Senate of the United States, February 13, 1827. Mr. Reed, from the Committee on Public Lands, to which was referred the petition of Joseph Dunbar, receiver of public money in the district west of Pearl River, State of Mississippi, made the following report: That it appears to the satisfaction of the Committee, that when the said Joseph Dunbar entered upon the duties of his office, as such receiver of public money, the books of his office were very much in arrear... Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-13
Memorial of the citizens of Portsmouth, N.H., respecting the construction of a dry dock at the Navy yard at that place. February 13, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-13
Duty on imported salt. Remonstrance of inhabitants of Provincetown, in the State of Massachusetts, against a repeal of the law imposing a duty on salt imported. February 13, 1827. Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-13
Duty on imported salt. Remonstrance of inhabitants of Chatham, in the State of Massachusetts, against a repeal of the law imposing a duty on salt imported. February 13, 1827. Referred to Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-13
Canal -- Barnstable to Buzzard's Bay. Letter from the Secretary of War, in reply to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 2d of Jan. last. Requiring an estimate of the expense of making a canal between Barnstable and Buzzard's Bays. February 13, 1827. Read and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-13
Bulfinch on penitentiaries. Report of Charles Bulfinch, on the subject of penitentiaries. February 13, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-13
Expenditures at national armories. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of the expenditures at the national armories, and the arms, etc. made therein during the year 1826. February 13, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-13
Tonnage of the United States -- 1825. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the annual statement of the district tonnage of the U. States on the 31st December, 1825. February 13, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-13
Miscellaneous claims -- contracts Revenue Service, sick seamen, and contracts for oil, light-houses, 2. Contracts made for Revenue Service during the year 1825; 3. Of expenditures on account of sick and disabled seamen; and, 4. Of contracts made relative to oil, light-houses, light-vessels, beacons, buoys, &c. February 13, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-13
Report of the committee appointed on the 29th Dec., 1826, on a letter of John C. Calhoun, Vice President of the United States, asking an investigation of his conduct while Secretary of War, with accompanying documents. February 13, 1827. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 159, Session Vol. No.1 1827-02-13
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office, relating to public lands in Missouri and Illinois which are unfit for cultivation, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of 4th April, 1826. February 14, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-14
In Senate of the United States, February 14, 1827. Mr. Bateman made the following report: The Committee of Claims, to which has been referred the petition of Daniel Renner, report: That the petitioner, as the responsible partner of the firm of Renner and Heath, was, at the period of the late war, proprietor of a rope walk... Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-14
In Senate of the United States, February 14, 1827. Mr. Smith, of Maryland, made the following report: The committee appointed by the Senate to join the committee selected on the part of the House of Representatives to report what subjects it is necessary to act upon, at the present session, and in what order it is expedient to take such subjects into consideration... Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-14
Harris and Farrow. February 14, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-14
Giles Egerton. February 14, 1827. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-14
Land claim in Mississippi. Communicated to the Senate, February 15, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-15
In Senate of the United States, February 15, 1827. Mr. Reed, from the Committee on Public Lands, to which was referred the petition of the representatives of William Scott, deceased, with the accompanying documents, made the following report: That, on the 26th day of April, 1787, William Scott, the ancestor of the petitioners, preferred (i.e., proffered) his petition to the Governor of Louisiana, for the grant of a tract of land... Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-15
Business to be acted upon. February 15, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-15
Richard Livingston. February 15, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-15
Condition of Duncan McArthur's claim with regard to the disputed land between Roberts' and Ludlow's lines in Ohio. Communicated to the Senate, February 16, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-16
Purchase of lands from the Indians; surveys, quantity, sales, expenses of the public lands; the amount paid, balances due and amount forfeited by the purchasers of public lands since the declaration of independence. Communicated to the Senate, February 16, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-16
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Secretary of the Treasury, in relation to the purchases and sales of the public lands since the declaration of independence. February 16, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-16
In Senate of the United States, February 16, 1827. Mr. Eaton laid the following letter on the table, which was ordered to be printed. The undersigned, agent of the United States for defending the suits in ejectment, Duncan McArthur vs. John Reynolds, and the said McArthur vs. Henry Vanmetre, now pending before the Court of Common Pleas of Champaign County, Ohio, for the recovery of land in the valley of the Great Miami River... Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-16
Expenditures on the public buildings. February 16, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-16
Ratio of representation under fifth census. Documents submitted by Mr. Peter Little, of the House of Representatives. February 17, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-17
Road from Washington City to Buffalo. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of surveys of proposed routes of a national road from the City of Washington to Buffalo, in the State of New York. February 17, 1827. Read and referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-17
Duties on imported woolen manufactures. Communicated to the Senate, February 19, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-02-19
Memorial of the Chamber of Commerce of New York, adverse to the bill for altering the duties on imports. February 19, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-19
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting information respecting the surveys of roads and canals, and of their relative importance. February 19, 1827. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-19
Cumberland Road & domestic manufactures. Resolutions adopted at a meeting of inhabitants of Ohio County, in the State of Virginia, in relation to the Cumberland Road and domestic manufactures of the country. February 19, 1827. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-19
Treasurer's accounts. Letter from the Treasurer of the United States, transmitting copies of the general accounts of his office from 1st of April, 1825, to 1st of April, 1826. February 19, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Public Expenditures. Serial Set Vol. No. 154, Session Vol. No.7 1827-02-19
Amount of duties and drawbacks from 1815 to 1826. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 20, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-02-20
Receipts from the Customs from 1815 to 1826. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 12th ultimo, being a statement of the annual receipts from the Customs from 30th December, 1815, to 30th September, 1826; and the annual amount of drawbacks from the same period. February 20, 1827. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-20
Amend the Constitution. Resolutions of the Legislature of the State of Ohio, upon the subject of amending the Constitution in relation to the election of President of the United States. February 20, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-20
Land claim in Indiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-21
Abstract of American seamen -- 1826. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting an abstract of American seamen in the U. States for the year 1826. February 21, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 153, Session Vol. No.6 1827-02-21
Jeremiah Buckley -- heirs of. February 21, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-21
Duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, February 22, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-02-22
Duties on imports of woolen manufactures. Communicated to the Senate, February 22, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-02-22
Application of Illinois for a cession, on equitable terms, of all the mineral lands in that state. Communicated to the Senate, February 22, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-22
Duties on imports. Memorial of the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, adverse to the passage of the bill imposing duties on imports. February 22, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-22
Memorial of the Baltimore Chamber of Commerce, against the proposed law increasing the duties on woollen goods imported from abroad. February 22, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-22
Contracts -- War Department -- 1826. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting statements of contracts made by the War Department in the year 1826. February 22, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 153, Session Vol. No.6 1827-02-22
February 22, 1827. Referred to the Committee on the Whole House to which is referred the bill making appropriations for the Indian Department for the year 1827. Mr. Cocke, from the Committee on Indian Affairs, to which had been referred the estimate of appropriations for the service of the year 1827, so far as relates to certain Indian establishments... Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-22
Spoliations by France, Naples, Holland or the Netherlands, and Denmark since 1805. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-02-23
In Senate of the United States, February 23, 1827. Mr. Johnston, of Louisiana, made the following report: The Committee of Commerce, to whom was referred the petition of N. Potts and Samuel Clement, assignees of Jacob Clement, have had the same under consideration, and report: The claimants demand indemnity from the government for the injury and damages sustained by the seizure and detention of their vessels... Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-23
Survey of Saugatuck Harbor and River. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report and map of the survey of Saugatuck Harbor and River. February 23, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-23
Spoliations on the commerce of the United States by France, &c. February 23, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-23
Business to be acted upon. February 23, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-23
Transactions at the Mint in 1826. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 24, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-02-24
Receipts and expenditures United States, 1825. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting an account of the receipts and expenditures of the United States for the year 1825. February 24, 1827. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-24
Report -- Director of the Mint. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Director of the Mint, and a statement of its operations during the year 1826. February 24, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-24
Banks in the District of Columbia. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting copies of the returns of the incorporated banks in the District of Columbia of the state of their affairs to the close of the year 1826. February 24, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-24
Contracts, Post Office Department, 1826. Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting statements of contracts made by the Post Office Department during the year 1826. February 24, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 153, Session Vol. No.6 1827-02-24
Passengers arriving in U. States -- 1826. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting an abstract of passengers arriving in the U. States from 1st Oct., 1825, to 30th Sept., 1826. February 24, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 154, Session Vol. No.7 1827-02-24
Disbursements to the Indians -- 1826. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting copies of accounts rendered by persons charged with the disbursement of money, goods, or effects, for the benefit of the Indians, from 1st September, 1825, to 1st September, 1826, &c. &c. February 24, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 156, Session Vol. No.8 1827-02-24
Orleans Navigation Company. February 24, 1827. Read, and postponed until Thursday next. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-24
History of America. February 24, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-24
Trade with British American colonies. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements exhibiting annually, from the 30th Sept., 1815, to 30th Sept., 1826, the amount and description of merchandise exported to, and imported from, the British American colonies, embraced in the recent orders in council, and others; with the tonnage employed therein, &c. &c. February 24, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 155, Session Vol. No.7 1827-02-24
General transactions at the Mint. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-02-26
Duties on imports of woolen goods. Communicated to the Senate, February 26, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-02-26
On the expediency of preserving and rearing of live oak timber for the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-02-26
Application of Indiana for further relief to purchasers of public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-26
Sale of certain lands in New York by the Senecas. Communicated to the Senate, February 26, 1827. American State Papers 08 1827-02-26
Memorial of inhabitants of Boston and its vicinity, adverse to an increase of duty on imported woollen goods. February 26, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-26
Live oak timber. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, on the subject of live oak timber. February 26, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-26
Memorial of citizens of Boston and its vicinity, against the contemplated increase of duty on certain woollen goods imported. February 26, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-26
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting information relative to the transactions of the Mint of the United States. February 26, 1827. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-26
Emoluments of officers of the Customs. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting an abstract of the official emoluments and expenditures of the officers of the Customs for the year 1826. February 26, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 154, Session Vol. No.7 1827-02-26
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements of the commerce and navigation of the United States during the year ending on the 30th day of September, 1826. February 26, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-02-26
Foreign commerce of the United States. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements of the commerce and navigation of the United States during the year ending on the 30th day of September, 1826. February 26, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 153, Session Vol. No.6 1827-02-26
On the subject of the organization and discipline of the militia of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-02-27
On charges by a deputy surveyor against the official conduct of the Commissioner of the General Land Office. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-27
Application of Indiana to be allowed to sell the lands in that state reserved for schools. Communicated to the Senate, February 27, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-27
Settlers on the Choctaw lands in Arkansas. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 27, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-27
Resolution of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, upon the subject of the lands set apart for the use of schools in said state. February 27, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-27
Resolution of the General Assembly of Indiana, in relation to purchasers of public lands. February 26, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Public Lands. February 27, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 152, Session Vol. No.5 1827-02-27
Discipline militia. February 27, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-27
Settlers on Choctaw lands. February 27, 1827. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-27
John Wilson against George Graham. February 27, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-27
Washington medals. February 27, 1827. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-02-27
Relative to the artillery school of practice at Fortress Monroe. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-02-28
Names and grade of officers who have received double rations and pay and emoluments according to their brevet rank in 1826. Communicated to the Senate, February 28, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-02-28
Application of Ohio and Alabama for further relief to the purchasers of public lands, and in relation to lands for a university and schools. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-02-28
Transfer of contracts, and the cost of transporting the mail on certain routes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1827. American State Papers 27 1827-02-28
S. 3. Documents accompanying the bill from the Senate entitled "An Act To Authorize Those Persons Who Have Relinquished Lands under the Provisions of the Several Acts for the Relief of Purchasers of Public Lands, To Purchase the Same at Private Sale, at a Fixed Price." February 28, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 153, Session Vol. No.6 1827-02-28
Duff Green, esq. -- mail contract. Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of 24th February, 1827, in relation to the transportation of the mail between the City of Washington and Vincennes, in the State of Indiana. February 28, 1827. Read and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 153, Session Vol. No.6 1827-02-28
Expenditure, Artillery School of Practice. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 9th January last, in relation to the expenditure, in any manner connected with the Artillery School of Practice, at Fortress Monroe, &c. &c. February 28, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 153, Session Vol. No.6 1827-02-28
Relinquishment of the claims of the Creeks to lands in Georgia. Communicated to the Senate, March 1, 1827. American State Papers 08 1827-03-01
In the Senate of the United States, March 1, 1827. The Committee to whom was referred the several messages of the President of the United States, of the 5th and 8th February, and a report and certain resolutions of the Legislature of Georgia, ask leave to make the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-03-01
Vaccination. March 1, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-03-01
Two extra clerks -- Patent Office. March 1, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-03-01
Navigation of Red River. March 1, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-03-01
Debts and defalcations in certain land offices and by individuals. Communicated to the Senate, March 2, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-03-02
Relative to the establishment of a military post for the protection of the trade to Santa Fe, in New Mexico. Communicated to the Senate, March 2, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-03-02
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of communications of the Governor of Georgia and Lieut. Vinton, to the Secretary of War. March 2, 1827. Referred to Select Committee on the Resolutions, &c. of the Legislature of Georgia. Serial Set Vol. No. 153, Session Vol. No.6 1827-03-02
Report -- Committee of Accounts on contingent expenditures. March 2, 1827. Read and agreed to. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-03-02
Surveys, with a view to making roads & canals. March 2, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-03-02
Application of Louisiana for a grant of land to the disbanded officers of the late Army of the United States of the War of 1812-'15. Communicated to the Senate, March 3, 1827. American State Papers 31 1827-03-03
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the first session of the Eighteenth to the second session of the Nineteenth Congress, inclusive: commencing December 1, 1823, and ending March 3, 1827. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Asbury Dickins, Secretary of the Senate, and James C. Allen, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume IV. [Public Lands.] American State Papers 31 1827-03-03
American State Papers. Documents, legislative and executive, of the Congress of the United States, from the first session of the Fourteenth to the second session of the Nineteenth Congress, inclusive: commencing December 4, 1815, and ending March 3, 1827. Selected and edited, under the authority of Congress, by Walter Lowrie, Secretary of the Senate, and Walter S. Franklin, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Volume [II. Indian Affairs.] American State Papers 08 1827-03-03
Index to Indian Affairs. Volume II. American State Papers 08 1827-03-03
Index to Public Lands. Volume IV. American State Papers 31 1827-03-03
Resolutions of the Legislature of Louisiana, in relation to a provision in lands for the disbanded officers of the late Army of the United States. March 3, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 146, Session Vol. No.3 1827-03-03
Appropriations -- second session, Nineteenth Congress. Statement of appropriations made during the second session of the Nineteenth Congress. Prepared in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives of the United States of the 3rd of March 1827. March 3, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 153, Session Vol. No.6 1827-03-03
Canal -- Lake Pontchartrain to the Mississippi. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 13th December last, in relation to a canal from Lake Pontchartrain to the Mississippi River. March 3, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 154, Session Vol. No.7 1827-03-03
Colonization of free people of colour. March 3, 1827. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 160, Session Vol. No.2 1827-03-03
Report of the select committee of the House of Representatives, to which were referred the messages of the President U.S. of the 5th and 8th February, and 2d March, 1827, with accompanying documents and a report and resolutions of the Legislature of Georgia. March 3, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 161, Session Vol. No.3 1827-03-03
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, being the first session of the Twentieth Congress; begun and held at the City of Washington, December 3, 1827, and in the fifty-second year of the independence of the said United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 162 1827-12-03
Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, being the first session of the Twentieth Congress; begun and held at the City of Washington, December 3, 1827, and in the fifty-second year of the independence of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 168 1827-12-03
A list of reports to be made to the House of Representatives, at the first session of the Twentieth Congress, by the executive departments. Prepared by the Clerk, in obedience to a standing order of the House of Representatives. December 3, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 169, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-03
Message of the President at the commencement of the session. -- Documents relating to the imprisonment of John Baker, an American citizen, by the British authorities of New Brunswick. -- Proclamation by the President of the treaty with Great Britain for indemnity for slaves carried away in 1815. -- Proclamation by the President under the act of Congress relating to commerce with the British colonial ports. Communicated to Congress, December 4, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-12-04
Showing the condition of the military establishment and fortifications during the year 1827. Communicated to Congress with the annual message of the President, December 4, 1827. American State Papers 18 1827-12-04
Annual report of the Secretary of the Navy, showing the condition of the Navy in the year 1827. Communicated, with the President's message, December 4, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-12-04
Operations of the land system and the number of military bounty land warrants issued during the last year. Communicated to the Congress by the President of the United States, December 4, 1827. American State Papers 32 1827-12-04
Condition of Post Office Department. Communicated to Congress by the President of the United States, December 4, 1827. American State Papers 27 1827-12-04
Message from the President of the United States, to the two Houses of Congress, at the commencement of the first session of the Twentieth Congress. December 4, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-04
Message from the President of the United States, to both Houses of Congress, at the commencement of the first session of the Twentieth Congress. December 4, 1827. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 169, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-04
Report from the Secretary of the Senate, showing the expenditure of the contingent fund of the Senate for the year 1827. December 5, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-05
Unsettled balances. Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of the names of officers who have not rendered their accounts within the year; an abstract of the moneys advanced prior to the 3d of March, 1809, not accounted for; and a statement of accounts on the books of the Third Auditor which have been due and unsettled more than three years prior to the 30th September, 1827. December 5, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 169, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-05
Expense annually incurred under the act for prohibiting the slave trade. Communicated to the Senate, December 6, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-12-06
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting (in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of 19th February last,) a report from the Secretary of the Navy, showing the expense annually incurred in carrying into effect the act of March 2, 1819, for prohibiting the slave trade. December 6, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-06
Surviving Revolutionary officers. A memorial of Aaron Ogden and Alden Bradford, a committee in behalf of the surviving officers of the Revolutionary Army. December 4, 1827. Referred to a select committee. December 6, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 169, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-06
State of the finances. Communicated to the Senate, December 10, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-12-10
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the annual report on the state of the finances. December 10, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-10
State of the finances. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the annual report on the state of the finances. December 10, 1827. Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 169, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-10
Contingent expenses H. Representatives. Annual report of the Clerk of the House of Representatives of the U. States, of the names of clerks, messengers, &c. in the service of that House, and of the expenditures of the contingent fund of 1827. December 10, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 169, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-10
G.W. Perpall. Report of the Secretary of War, on the petition of Gabriel W. Perpall. December 10, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 169, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-10
Unsettled balances 2d Auditor's Office. Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of accounts which have remained unsettled, and upon which balances appear to have been due more than three years, prior to the 30th September last, on the books of the Second Auditor of the Treasury. December 10, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 169, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-10
Convention with Great Britain for continuing in force the commercial convention of the third of July, 1815. -- Convention with Great Britain for continuing in force the third article of the convention of the 20th of October, 1818, in relation to the territories westward of the Rocky Mountains. -- Convention with Great Britain for the reference to a friendly sovereign the points of difference relating to the northeastern boundary of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, December 12, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-12-12
Treaty of Commerce and Navigation with the Kingdom of Sweden and Norway. Communicated to the Senate, December 12, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-12-12
Executive Journal. (Fiftieth session.). US Senate Executive Journal 1827-12-12
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Surveyor General of lands north-west of the Ohio, on the subject of the boundary line of the State of Indiana. December 12, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-12
Unsettled balances, book Register of the Treasury. Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of accounts which appear to have been due and unsettled on the books of the Register of the Treasury more than three years prior to 30th September last. December 12, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 169, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-12
Ratio of representation under fifth census. Documents submitted by Mr. Peter Little, of the House of Representatives. December 12, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-12
Northern boundary of Indiana. Message from the President of the United States, with a plat of the survey of the northern boundary of the State of Indiana. December 12, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1827-12-12
James Riley et al. December 12th, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-12
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 14, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-12-14
Against the increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 14, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-12-14
Duty bonds and bonds for value of goods in case of forfeiture. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 14, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-12-14
Application for an increase of the pay of lieutenants in the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 14, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-12-14
Thaddeus Laughlin. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the opinion of the Attorney General, in the case of Thaddeus Laughlin. December 14, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-14
Letter from Henry M. Shreve to the Hon. C.A. Wickliffe, upon the subject of the navigation of the Mississippi River. December 14, 1827. Read, and referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-14
Resolutions and remonstrance of the Agricultural Society of St. Andrew's Parish, S.C., against any further increase of the duties on imports, &c. December 14, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-14
Resolutions and remonstrance of the Agricultural Society of St. John's, Colleton, S.C., against any further increase of the duties on imports, &c. December 14, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-14
South Carolina. Memorial of the inhabitants of Fairfield District, S. Carolina, praying a revision of the tariff, &c. December 14, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-14
Catharine Stearns and George Blake. December 14, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-14
John Willard. December 14, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-14
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, December 17, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-12-17
Memorial of inhabitants of Boston and its vicinity, adverse to an increase of duty on imported woollen goods. December 17, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-17
William Cloyd. December 17, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-17
General Thomas Flournoy. December 17, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-17
William Thompson. December 17, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-17
Provisions of ninth article of treaty with Spain of February 22, 1819, relative to losses by the invasions of Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 18, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-12-18
Land claim in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 18, 1827. American State Papers 32 1827-12-18
Memorial of Aaron Ogden and Alden Bradford, in behalf of the surviving officers of the Revolutionary Army, praying for the benefit of the original promise of half-pay, or for a reasonable equivalent. December 18, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-18
South Carolina. Memorial of the citizens of Columbia, S.C., praying a revision of the tariff, &c. December 18, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-18
Henry G. Rice. December 18, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-18
Madame Le Compte Piernes. December 18, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-18
Lewis B. Willis. December 18, 1827. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-18
Robert Davis. December 18, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-18
William Bishop. December 18, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-18
Thomas Marsh and Joseph Yaw. December 18, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-18
Nathaniel Hunt, et al. December 18, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-18
Asa Bulkley. December 18, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-18
Jonathan Eastman -- widow of. December 18, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-18
Treaty with Spain of 22d February, 1819 -- 9th article. December 18, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-18
Remission of forfeitures of partial payments for public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 19, 1827. American State Papers 32 1827-12-19
Memorial and petition of Francis Henderson and Francis Henderson, Jun., on behalf of themselves and family, heirs and representatives of John Laurens, deceased. December 19, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-19
In Senate of the United States, December 19, 1827. Ordered, that the 29th and 37th sections of the act of Congress entitled, "An Act Supplementary to, and To Amend, an Act Entitled 'An Act To Regulate the Collection of Duties on Imports and Tonnage,' Passed 2d of March, 1799, and for Other Purposes," approved the 1st of March, 1823, be printed for the use of the Senate. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-19
Francis Henderson, &c. Memorial and petition of Francis Henderson and Francis Henderson, Jun., on behalf of themselves and family, heirs and representatives of John Laurens, deceased. December 19, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Revolutionary Claims. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-19
Lands reverted. December 19, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-19
William Hull -- representatives of. December 19, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-19
John Rodriguez. December 19, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-19
Andrew Westbrook. December 19, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-19
John Brest. December 18, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. December 19, 1827. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-19
Amount of revenue from imposts and tonnage in Florida, 1821 to 1827. Communicated to the Senate, December 20, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-12-20
Claim to land in East Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 20, 1827. American State Papers 32 1827-12-20
Report from the Secretary of the Treasury, (in obedience to a resolution of the Senate of the 14th inst.), showing the amount of revenue from imposts and tonnage in Florida since its cession to the United States. December 20, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-20
Memorial of the Legislative Council of the Territory of Michigan, in behalf of the inhabitants who suffered by the destruction of property during the late war. December 20, 1827. Referred to the Committee of Claims. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-20
John Jackson. December 20, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-20
Andrew Turnbull's heirs. December 20, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-20
John B. Lamaitre. December 20, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-20
William and John Peirce. December 20, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-20
Cephas L. Rockwood. December 20, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-20
John Dorr. December 20, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-20
Marigny D'Anterive [i.e., D'Auterive]. December 21, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-21
Marinus W. Gilbert. December 21, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-21
Convention of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation with the Free Hanseatic Republics of Lubec, Bremen, and Hamburg. Communicated to the Senate, December 24, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-12-24
Experiments on American water-rotted hemp, and comparison of it with Russian hemp. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 24, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-12-24
Grants made to French emigrants to cultivate the vine and olive. Communicated to the Senate, December 24, 1827. American State Papers 32 1827-12-24
Sale of land reserved for salines in Illinois. Communicated to the Senate by the Chairman of the Committee on Public Lands, December 24, 1827. American State Papers 32 1827-12-24
Report from the Secretary of the Treasury, (in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of 20th May, 1826,) in relation to grants of land made to French emigrants to encourage the cultivation of the vine and olive. December 24, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-24
Cadwallader Wallace. Memorial of Cadwallader Wallace. December 24, 1827. Referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-24
South Carolina. Memorial of the inhabitants of Barnwell District, in S.C., remonstrating against any additional duties on imported woollen goods. December 24, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-24
South Carolina. Memorial of the citizens of Orangeburg, S.C., against any increase of duties on woollen goods of foreign manufacture. December 24, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-24
American water rotted hemp. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of 2d March, 1827, in relation to experiments on American water rotted hemp. December 24, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-24
John Stone. December 24, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-24
Hampton L. Boon. December 24, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-24
Pre-emption to actual settlers. December 24, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-24
Tennessee to issue grants, &c. December 24, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-24
Orson Sparks and John Watson. December 21, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. December 24, 1827. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-24
Edward Wood -- administrator of. December 24, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-24
Against the increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-12-27
Against the increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-12-27
Land claim in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 27, 1827. American State Papers 32 1827-12-27
Application of Missouri for a reduction in the price of public lands and a donation to actual settlers. Communicated to the Senate, December 27, 1827. American State Papers 32 1827-12-27
South Carolina -- Abbeville District. Memorial of the citizens of Abbeville District, S.C., against an increase of duties on imported goods. December 27, 1827. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-27
South Carolina -- Edgefield District. Memorial of the citizens of Edgefield, against the woollens bill. December 27, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-27
Balances on the books of Fourth Auditor. Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting an abstract of balances on the books of the Fourth Auditor of the Treasury which have remained due and unsettled more than three years prior to 30th September last. Together with a list of officers who have failed to render their accounts according to law. December 27, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-27
James Miller, James Robertson, Wm. H. Ellis, and Joshua Prentiss. December 27, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-27
John Heard, assignee of A. Davis. December 27, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-27
Manuscripts and printed books in possession of Obadiah Rich, esq. December 27, 1827. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-27
John Slavan [i.e., Slavin]. December 24, 1827. Read, and laid upon the table. December 27, 1827. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-27
Indemnity for slaves carried away by the forces of Great Britain in 1815. Communicated to the Senate, in executive session, December 31, 1827. American State Papers 06 1827-12-31
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-12-31
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-12-31
Against the increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-12-31
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-12-31
Drawback of duties. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1827. American State Papers 13 1827-12-31
Survey of the harbor of Savannah, Georgia, to ascertain its facilities for naval purposes. Communicated to the Senate, December 31, 1827. American State Papers 25 1827-12-31
Application of Arkansas for a graduation of the price of the public land and an exchange of school lands. Communicated to the Senate, December 31, 1827. American State Papers 32 1827-12-31
Application of the corporate authorities of New Orleans to be allowed to sell the vacant lots on the quays of that city. Communicated to the House of Representatives, December 31, 1827. American State Papers 32 1827-12-31
Report of the Secretary of the Navy, (in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of 3d March, 1827,) of the surveys of the harbors of Charleston and Beaufort, South Carolina, and of Savannah and St. Mary's, Georgia. December 31, 1827. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-31
In Senate of the United States, December 31, 1827. Mr. Woodbury made the following report: The Committee of Commerce, to whom was referred the petition of Abraham Ogden and others, have duly considered the same and report: That the claimants ask indemnity for damages sustained by the seizure and detention of their vessel... Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-31
In Senate of the United States, December 31, 1827. Mr. Cobb made the following report: The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of William D. Beall, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-31
In Senate of the United States, December 31st, 1827. The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the petition of Thos. S. Winthrop and others, adopt the following report made at the last session of Congress by the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the petition of Ebenezer Oliver and others, directors of an association called New England Mississippi Land Company... Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-31
Louisiana. Memorial of the Mayor, aldermen, and inhabitants of New Orleans. December 31, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Private Land Claims. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-31
New Jersey. Petition of the manufacturers of Paterson, in the State of New Jersey. December 31, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-31
South Carolina. Remonstrance of the citizens of Beaufort District, S.C., against any further increase of the duties on imports. December 31, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-31
Massachusetts -- wool growers of Berkshire. Memorial of the wool growers and manufacturers of Berkshire, State of Massachusetts. December 31, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1827-12-31
Drawback of duties. December 31, 1827. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1827-12-31
Index to public documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, 1st session -- 20th Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-01
Index to public documents. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States, 1st session -- 20th Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-01-01
Index to public documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, 1st session -- 20th Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 167, Session Vol. No.5 1828-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government, and memorials, &c. to the House of Representatives, during the first session of the 20th Congress. First. By reference to the report or memorial according to the subject. Second. By reference to the same matter arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 169, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-01
Index to public documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, 1st session -- 20th Congress. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-01
Index to public documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, 1st session - 20th Congress Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government, and memorials, &c. to the House of Representatives, during the first session of the 20th Congress. First. By reference to the report or memorial according to the subject. Second. By reference to the same matter arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government, and memorials, &c. to the House of Representatives, during the first session of the 20th Congress. First. By reference to the report or memorial according to the subject. Second. By reference to the same matter arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government, and memorials, &c. to the House of Representatives, during the first session of the 20th Congress. First. By reference to the report or memorial according to the subject. Second. By reference to the same matter arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government, and memorials, &c. to the House of Representatives, during the first session of the 20th Congress. First. By reference to the report or memorial according to the subject. Second. By reference to the same matter arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government, and memorials, &c. to the House of Representatives, during the first session of the 20th Congress. First. By reference to the report or memorial according to the subject. Second. By reference to the same matter arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-01-01
Vacant lands in Tennessee. Documents submitted by Mr. Polk, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill (H.R. No. 27) to amend the act entitled "An Act To Authorize the State of Tennessee To Issue Grants and Perfect Titles to Certain Lands Therein Described, and To Settle the Claims to Vacant and Unappropriated Lands in the Same," passed on the 18th day of April, 1806. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-01-01
Compensate registers and receivers -- Arkansas. Documents to accompany the Bill [H.R. No. 265] allowing compensation to the registers of land offices and receivers of public moneys for extra services in the Territory of Arkansas. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-01-01
Supplementary appropriation (military) for 1828. Documents laid before the House of Representatives by the Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means, to accompany the Bill (No. 267) making a supplementary appropriation for the military service of the year 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-01-01
Index to the reports and communications made by the executive departments of the government, and memorials, &c. to the House of Representatives, during the first session of the 20th Congress. First. By reference to the report or memorial according to the subject. Second. By reference to the same matter arranged under the head of the department whence it came. Serial Set Vol. No. 175, Session Vol. No.7 1828-01-01
Index to reports of committees, 20th Congress, 1st session. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-01
Index to reports of committees, 20th Congress, 1st session. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-01
Index to reports of committees, 20th Congress, 1st session. Serial Set Vol. No. 179, Session Vol. No.4 1828-01-01
Index to reports of committees, 20th Congress, 1st session. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-01
Against the increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-02
In favor of an increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-02
To regulate tax on domestic spirits. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-02
Remission of duties on goods destroyed by fire. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-02
Land claims in Michigan. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 2, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-02
Virginia -- Mecklenburg County. Memorial of inhabitants of Mecklenburg County, in the State of Virginia, against an increase of duty on imported goods. January 2, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-02
Vermont. Memorial of Samuel C. Crafts and others, citizens of the State of Vermont, praying for further protection to domestic industry. January 2, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-02
Light vessel -- Brandywine Shoal. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, communicating information in relation to the removal of the light vessel from Brandywine Shoal to Tuckanuck Shoal. January 2, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-02
Patents -- 1827. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting a list of the names of the persons to whom patents have been granted for the invention of any new or useful art, or machine, manufacture, or composition of matter, or any improvement thereon, from January 1st, 1827, to December 31, 1827. January 2, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-02
Corporation of Baltimore. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, on the memorial of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, for pay and allowance for money advanced and supplies furnished during the late war. January 2, 1828. Referred to the Committee of Claims. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-02
John Shirkey. January 2, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-02
Jacob Clements' [i.e., Clement's] assignees. January 2, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-02
Land claims in Michigan. Report of the Committee on Public Lands, of the House of Representatives of the U. States, in relation to claims to lands in the Territory of Michigan. January 2, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-02
Tax on domestic spirits of 1813. January 2, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-02
George Johnston and others. January 2, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-02
Lewis Rouse. January 2, 1827 [i.e., 1828]. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-02
George and William Bangs. January 2, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-02
Road -- Washington to New Orleans. January 2, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-02
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. January 2, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-02
Drawback on refined sugar. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-03
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-03
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-03
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 3, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-03
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 3, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-03
Naval Register for 1828. Communicated to the Senate, January 3, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-01-03
Land claim in Florida, known as "Forbes' Purchase." Communicated to the Senate, January 3, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-03
Memorial on behalf of the Pittsburgh Manufacturing Association. January 3, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-03
Memorial of the inhabitants of Richland District, in the State of South Carolina. January 3, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-03
In Senate of the United States, January 3, 1828. Mr. Woodbury, from the select committee to whom was referred the memorial on behalf of the surviving officers of the Army of the Revolution, made the following report: That the object of the memorial is to obtain from Congress the half pay for life promised to certain officers of the Revolution... Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-03
New York. Memorial of agriculturists and manufacturers of the State of New York, friendly to the encouragement and protection of American industry. January 3, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-03
List of select committees. A list of the select committees of the House of Representatives, first session, Twentieth Congress. January 3, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-03
Pennsylvania. Memorial of inhabitants of Pennsylvania praying further protection of the national industry. January 3, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-03
Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a list of the clerks employed in the Department during the year 1827, and the salary of each. January 3, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-03
Comptroller General South Carolina. Memorial of the Comptroller General of S. Carolina, praying that certain balances due for military works and the purchase of arms during the late war may be paid, with interest, to the State of South Carolina. January 3, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-03
New York. Memorial of inhabitants of the City of Albany, in the State of New York, praying further protection to agricultural and manufacturing interests. December 31, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. January 3, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-03
Ysabel Osorno de Valverde. January 3, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-03
Asa Herring. January 3, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-03
Drawback on refined sugar. January 3, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-03
Light-houses, light-vessels, buoys, etc., on Bahama Banks, etc., within the jurisdiction of British government, opposite the coast of Florida. Communicated to the Senate, January 4, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-01-04
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 4, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-04
On appointment of a surveyor for the Virginia Military District in Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 4, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-04
Land claim at Vincennes, Indiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 4, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-04
Land claims in Missouri. Communicated to the Senate, January 4, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-04
Land claim in Mississippi and Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 4, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-04
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting (in compliance with a resolution of the 19th ult.), the correspondence with the British government relative to the improvement to the navigation within their jurisdiction, opposite to the coast of Florida. January 4, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-04
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the annual report of the Commissioner of the Public Buildings, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 28th Jan., 1818. January 4, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-04
Memorial of the Chamber of Commerce, and of other citizens of Charleston, South Carolina, adverse to the increase of duties on imports, &c. January 4, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-04
Estimate of appropriations for 1828. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting an estimate of appropriations necessary for the service of the year 1828. January 4, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-04
Annual report -- Commissioner of Public Buildings. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the annual report of the Commissioner of the Public Buildings. January 4, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Public Buildings. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-04
Representatives of John P. Cox. January 4, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-04
Surveyor for Virginia Military District in Ohio. January 4, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-04
Mary Ann Bond and Mary Loveless. January 4, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-04
Free navigation of the River St. Lawrence. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-01-07
In relation to the removal of the troops to and from the several posts, and the expense thereof. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-01-07
Application of Louisiana for the final adjustment of land claims and titles in that state, including the De Bastrop and Maison Rouge grants, and for grants to the state for certain purposes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-07
Operations of the public lead mines and their condition in 1827. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 7, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-07
Navigation of the St. Lawrence. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Secretary of State, and the correspondence with the government of Great Britain, relative to the free navigation of the River St. Lawrence. January 7, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-07
Emigrating Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting information of the inadequacy of the fund for defraying the expenses attending the emigration of the Creek Indians. January 7, 1828. Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-07
Lead mines. Letter from the Secretary of War transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 2d inst. in relation to the lead mines of the United States. January 7, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-07
Change of stations of troops U.S. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting reports of change of stations of the troops of the United States during the year 1827. January 7, 1827 [i.e., 1828]. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-07
Clerks -- Navy Department. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting lists of the clerks employed in his office, and in the office of the Navy Commissioners, during the year 1827. January 7, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-07
District tonnage of the United States, Dec. 31, 1826. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of the district tonnage of the United States on the 31st December, 1826, &c. &c. January 7, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-07
Contingent expenses -- military establishment, 1827. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement showing the expenditure of the money appropriated for the contingent expenses of the military establishment of the United States for the year 1827. January 7, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-07
Contingent expenses of the Navy. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting an abstract of the expenditures of the appropriations for the contingent expenses of the Navy, from 1st October, 1826, to 30th September, 1827. January 7, 1828. Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-07
Corporation of Washington. Memorial of the Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Council, of the City of Washington. January 7, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-07
Louisiana. Memorial of the Legislature of Louisiana, praying for the final adjustment of land titles in the State of Louisiana, and particularly for the settlement of the land claims in said state, known by the names of the De Bastrop and Maison Rouge grants. Also, praying for the grant of lands, in certain cases, to aid the internal improvement of said state, and for other purposes. January 7, 1828. Referred, part to the Committee on the Public Lands; the residue to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-07
Joseph Smith and John B. Dupuis. January 7, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-07
Indians removing westward. January 7, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-07
J.F. Carmichael. Made January 4, 1828. January 7, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-07
Claim of Richard W. Meade. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-01-08
Land claim in East Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-08
Invalidity of second warrant for land, the first having been sold, located, and patented. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 8, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-08
Richard W. Meade. January 8, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-08
Minor Thomas. January 8, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-08
Mitchell's map and map A of the northeastern boundary of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, in executive session, January 9, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-01-09
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 9, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-09
Against the increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 9, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-09
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 9, 1827 [i.e., 1828]. American State Papers 13 1828-01-09
On claim of the officers and crew of the ketch Intrepid to prize money for the destruction of the frigate Philadelphia, at Tripoli, in 1804. Communicated to the Senate, January 9, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-01-09
Application of Illinois for reduction and graduation of the price of the public lands, and cession of the refuse lands to the states. Communicated to the Senate, January 9, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-09
Provision for the trial and decision of claims to land in the several states and territories, derived otherwise than from the United States. Communicated to the Senate, January 9, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-09
In Senate of the United States, January 9, 1828. Mr. Berrien made the following report: The Committee on Private Land Claims, to whom was referred the Resolution of the Senate, instructing them to inquire into the expediency of providing, by law, for the trial and decision of claims to lands derived, or alleged to be derived, otherwise than from the United States, in the several states, or territories thereof, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-09
In Senate of the United States, January 9, 1828. Mr. Hayne, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, made the following report, accompanied by a bill for the relief of Susan Decatur, widow of Captain Stephen Decatur, and others... Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-09
Memorial of sundry residents of the City and County of Philadelphia, praying that additional duties may be imposed on certain manufactured articles, when imported. January 9, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-09
Memorial of the citizens of Georgetown, South Carolina, adverse to the increase of duties on coarse woollens, and other imports. January 9, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 163, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-09
Memorial of the Agricultural Society of South Carolina adverse to an increase of duties on coarse woollens and other imports. January 9, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-09
Sundry memorials, resolutions, and petitions, from states, territories, and individuals, on the subject of graduating the prices of the public lands. January 9, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-09
William and Hugh Shannon. January 9, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 176, Session Vol. No.1 1828-01-09
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 10, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-10
Proposition to increase the pay for surveying swamp lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 10, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-10
Memorial of the citizens of Laurens District, South Carolina, adverse to the present tariff, and the passage of the woollens bill. January 10, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-10
Survey harbor of Black Rock. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the survey of the harbor of Black Rock, in the State of Connecticut. January 10, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-10
Public lands. Letter from the Commissioner of the General Land Office to the Hon. Mr. Haile, of the House of Representatives. January 10, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-10
Treasury clerks. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a report of the names of the clerks employed in the Treasury Department, during the year 1827, and the compensation of each. January 10, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-10
Claims for slaves and other property carried away by the forces of Great Britain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-01-11
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 11, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-11
In favor of an increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 11, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-11
Reserved lands for seats of justice and exchange of school lands in Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-11
Land claim in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 11, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-11
Report of a special committee of the Senate of South Carolina, on the resolutions submitted by Mr. Ramsay, on the subject of state rights. January 11, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-11
Report of the Joint Select Committee of the Legislature of the State of North Carolina, on the alteration of the tariff, contemplated by the woollens bill. January 11, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-11
Memorial of sundry citizens of Alleghany County, in the State of Pennsylvania, in favor of an increase of the tariff for the protection of domestic manufactures. January 11, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-11
Elvington Roberts. Memorial of Elvington Roberts, to be permitted to surrender his patent and obtain a new one, for the land he intended to purchase. January 11, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-11
Navigation between St. Mary's and St. John's River, Florida. January 11, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-11
Thomas R. Williams. January 11, 1828. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-11
Robert Johnston's executors. January 11, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-11
Lands for schools and seat of government -- Florida. January 11, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-11
Alexander Garden. January 11, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-11
John Winton. January 11, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-11
H.P. Cathell. January 11, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-11
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 14, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-14
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-14
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-14
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-14
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-14
Regulations for goods transported coastwise for drawback. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-14
Army Register for the year 1828. Communicated to the Senate, January 14, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-01-14
Correction of an error in bidding for land at a public sale. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-14
Reasons for graduating the price of public lands in Florida. Communicated to the Senate, January 14, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-14
Nett amount of postage accruing at each post office, for the year ending March 31, 1827. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 14, 1828. American State Papers 27 1828-01-14
Memorial of sundry citizens of Orangeburgh District, S.C. adverse to the increase of duties on woollens, and other imports. January 14, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
Communication from the Delegate of Florida, including an extract from the Governor's message, containing a statement of the qualities of the public land in Florida, and showing the necessity for a graduation of prices. January 14, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
In Senate of the United States, January 14, 1828. Mr. Foot made the following report: The Committee on Pensions, to whom was referred the petition of Simeon Webster, praying to be restored to the Pension List... Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting statements from the incorporated banks in the District of Columbia, exhibiting a statement of their affairs at the close of the year 1827. January 14, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
Richard H. Wilde. Petition of Richard H. Wilde. December 17, 1827. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. December 20, 1827. Bill reported, No. 17. January 14, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
Repair Cumberland Road. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the Superintendent of the Cumberland Road, relative to the mode of repairing the same. January 14, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
Canal--Baltimore to contemplated Chesapeake & Ohio Canal. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, pursuant to a Resolution of the House of Representatives of the 12th ultimo, a report and plans of the survey of a route for a canal from the City of Baltimore to the contemplated Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. January 14, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
Banks of the District of Columbia. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the returns of the incorporated banks within the District of Columbia. January 14, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
Nett amount of postage for 1827. Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a statement of the nett amount of postage accruing at each office, in each state and territory of the U. States, for the year ending 31st March, 1827. January 14, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 170, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
North Carolina. Resolution of the Legislature of North Carolina, against an increase of duties on imports. January 14, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-14
New York. Memorial of the Ontario Agricultural Society of the State of New York, praying further protecting duties on certain domestic manufactures. January 14, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-14
Rhode Island. Memorial of the farmers and manufacturers of the County of Kent, in the State of Rhode Island, praying for further protection to domestic manufactures. January 14, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-14
South Carolina. Memorial of the Legislature of the State of South Carolina, remonstrating against the passing of laws by Congress, increasing the duties upon importations, for the encouragement of domestic manufactures; against the exercise of the General Power to construct roads and canals, either with or without the consent of the states; and against the appropriation of moneys by Congress, for the Colonization Society, or in any manner promoting its objects, as being unauthorized by, and contrary to, the Constitution of the United States. January 14, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-14
Joseph G. Nancrede. Memorial of Joseph G. Nancrede, vaccine physician, Philadelphia. January 14, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-14
Indian governments. January 14, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
School lands -- Union County, Indiana. January 14, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
John M'Donnell [i.e., McDonell]. January 14, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
Anna Dubord. January 14, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
School lands -- Michigan. January 14, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
37th section of Act To Collect Duties on Imports. January 14, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
Benjamin Freeland. January 14, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
Samuel Ward. January 14, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
John Good. January 14, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
Richard H. Wilde -- January 14, 1828. Read, and, with the bill, laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-14
Recovery of debts from fugitives to Mexico, and boundary between Texas and Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 15, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-01-15
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 15, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-15
A plan for a naval peace establishment of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, January 15, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-01-15
List of officers and soldiers of the Revolutionary Army entitled to bounty land who have not received it. Communicated to the Senate, January 15, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-15
Report of the Secretary of the Navy, with a plan for a naval peace establishment of the United States. (In compliance with a resolution of the Senate, of the 28th February, 1827.) January 15, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-15
Memorial of the citizens of Lancaster District, South Carolina, adverse to the system of protecting duties in favor of domestic manufactures. January 15, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-15
In Senate of the United States, January 15, 1828. Mr. Ellis, from the Committee on Public Lands, to which was referred the petition of the representatives of William Scott, deceased, with the accompanying documents, made the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-15
Document relating to Bill Number Fifty-Eight, for the relief of Samuel Cobun, of Mississippi. January 15, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-15
Report from the Secretary of War, (in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 10th instant,) with report and plan of the survey of the harbor of Marblehead, Massachusetts. January 15, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-15
In Senate of the United States, January 15, 1828. Mr. Cobb made the following report: The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Samuel Kercheval, assignee and attorney in fact for Philip Helphingston, report: That the claim, as stated in the petition, is for compensation for 6127 lbs. of flour... Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-15
Fugitives from United States to Mexico, also, respecting the boundary line between the United States and the province of Texas. January 15, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-15
Coasting trade through Delaware Bay. Mr. Sergeant submitted the following estimate of the annual coasting trade, to and from ports within the limits of the United States, passing in and out of the Delaware Bay, &c. January 15, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-15
Transfer real estate -- District of Columbia. January 15, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-15
Territorial government -- Huron. January 15, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-15
List of the names of such officers and soldiers of the Revolutionary Army as have acquired a right to lands from the United States, and who have not yet applied therefor. January 16, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-16
Mary James. January 16, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-16
Elizabeth Shaw. January 16, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-16
Francis Valle, et al. January 16, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-16
Marine Hospital -- Charleston, S.C. January 16, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-16
Application of Florida for graduating the price of the public lands in that territory. Communicated to the Senate, January 17, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-17
Plan to prevent fraudulent combinations at the resale of relinquished lands, and to authorize their entry at fixed prices. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-17
Claim to a donation of land in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-17
Land claims derived from the State of Georgia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 17, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-17
Resolution of the Legislative Council of Florida, on the expediency of providing for the graduation of the price of public lands in that territory. January 17, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-17
Samuel Sprigg. January 17, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-17
Matthias Roll. January 17, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-17
Lands relinquished -- provision for repurchase of. January 17, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-17
To grant land to the widow and children of a Revolutionary soldier who were defrauded out of it. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 18, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-18
Report from the Secretary of War, with report and plan of the survey of the Island of Nantucket, in compliance with a Resolution of the Senate of the 10th instant. January 18, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-18
American water-rotted hemp, &c. &c. Reports from the Navy Department, in relation to experiments on American water-rotted hemp, when made into canvass, cables, and cordage. January 18, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-18
Survey -- swash in Pamlico Sound. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, in obedience to a Resolution of the House of Representatives, a report and plan of the survey of the swash in Pamlico Sound. January 18, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-18
John Gwynn -- heirs of. January 18, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-18
Canal -- Dayton to Lake Erie. January 18, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-18
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 21, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-21
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 21, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-21
In favor of duties on imports of salt. Communicated to the Senate, January 21, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-21
In favor of duties on imports of salt. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-21
Distribution of the surplus revenue among the states -- public debt, &c. Communicated to the Senate, January 21, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-21
Operations of the Mint in 1827. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-21
In relation to the arsenal at Mount Dearborn, South Carolina. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-01-21
Statement of the officers of the Army who have died on the Gulf frontier from 1821 to 1827. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-01-21
Reservation for salines in Indiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-21
Application of Ohio to be allowed to sell the land set apart for religious purposes. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-21
Making and repairing a post road. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 21, 1828. American State Papers 27 1828-01-21
Memorial of the citizens of Boston, and its vicinity, in favor of the increase of duty on woollen goods, as contemplated by the woollens bill. January 21, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-21
Memorial of the citizens of Plymouth and Kingston, Mass. adverse to an increase of duty on woollen goods as contemplated by the woollens bill. January 21, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-21
Memorial of the manufacturers of salt, in the County of Kanawha, Virginia, against the repeal of the duty on imported salt. January 21, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-21
Memorial of the salt manufacturers, in the Town of Salina, Onondaga County, New-York, against the repeal of duty on imported salt. January 21, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-21
Memorial of sundry citizens of Elizabeth City, and County of Pasquotank, in North Carolina, praying that an appropriation may be made, for the purpose of opening a water communication from Albemarle Sound to the Atlantic Ocean. January 21, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-21
In Senate of the United States, January 21, 1828. Mr. Woodbury, from the Committee on Commerce, to whom was referred a resolution of the 31st ult. concerning the expediency of an appropriation to deepen the harbor of St. Marks, in Florida, and to erect a light house near it; and also a resolution of the 15th inst. concerning the establishment of a port of entry at St. Marks, and the removal of obstructions in the Apalachicola and Ocilla Rivers... Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-21
In Senate of the United States, January 21, 1828. Mr. Dickerson made the following report: The Committee to whom was referred the bill to provide for the distribution of a part of the revenues of the United States, among the several states of the Union, beg leave to report the same, with the following amendment... Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-21
Operations of the Mint. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Director of the Mint, and a statement of the operations of that institution during the year 1827. January 21, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-21
Lands granted to Indiana. Documents to accompany Bill H.R. No. 99, to authorize the Legislature of the State of Indiana to sell and convey certain tracts of land granted to said state. January 21, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-21
Survey of Sandusky Bay, Ohio. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report and plan of the the (sic) survey of Sandusky Bay, in the State of Ohio. January 21, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-21
Road through the Wyandot Reservation, &c. Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 8th inst. in relation to a road through the Wyandot Reservation, between Cincinnati and Portland, in the State of Ohio, &c. &c. January 21, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-21
Creeks removed west of the Mississippi. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 15th inst. in relation to the number of Creek Indians which have removed west of the Mississippi, and the expense attending the same. January 21, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-21
Death of officers on the Gulf frontier. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 14th inst., in relation to the death of officers of the Army, on the Gulf frontier, &c. &c. January 21, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-21
Ohio. Memorial of inhabitants of Montgomery County, in the State of Ohio, upon the subject of free people of color. January 21, 1828. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-21
Pennsylvania. Memorial of citizens of the State of Pennsylvania, praying for the enactment of a law, that all colored children, born in the Dis't. of Columbia, after a certain day, shall be free. January 21, 1828. Referred to the Committee for the District of Columbia. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-21
Clerks in the War Department. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a list of the names of the clerks employed in the War Department, during the year 1827, and the salary of each. January 21, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-01-21
Suffering condition of the emigrant Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War, to the Chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs, upon the subject of the suffering condition of the emigrant Indians. January 21, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 175, Session Vol. No.7 1828-01-21
Mary Reynolds. January 21, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-21
Private property taken for public use. January 21, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-21
Road -- Washington to northwestern parts of New York and Pennsylvania. January 21, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-21
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 22, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-22
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 22, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-22
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 22, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-22
Expenditures at the armory at Harper's Ferry from 1820 to 1827, including purchases of coal and gun-stocks. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 22, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-01-22
Cost of fitting a frigate for sea, and annual expense of such vessel. Communicated to the Senate, January 22, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-01-22
To refund to North Carolina money paid by that state to the Cherokee Indians for certain reservations of land. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 22, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-22
Vacant and unappropriated lands in Tennessee. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 22, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-22
In Senate of the United States, January 22, 1828. Mr. Cobb made the following report: The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the papers and documents of Robinson and Taylor, contractors, claiming compensation for certain extra rations of whiskey, issued by them to the troops employed on the public works at Fort Washington, in the months of June, July, and August, in 1817, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-22
Memorial of the New York Chamber of Commerce, adverse to an increase of duties on imported woollens. January 22, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-22
In Senate of the United States, January 22, 1828. Mr. Harrison made the following report: The Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the memorial of Alexander Speer, Comptroller General of South Carolina, praying for and in behalf of the said state, for interest on her advances during the war, and also for the payment of certain accounts which have been heretofore disallowed, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-22
Vacant land in Tennessee. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of 14th instant, in relation to the quantity and quality of the vacant and unappropriated public lands in the State of Tennessee, south and west of the Congressional reservation line. January 22, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-22
Survey of the island of Nantucket. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report and plan of the survey of the island of Nantucket. January 22, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-22
Superintendent armory -- Harper's Ferry. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 14th instant, in relation to coal and gunstocks, purchased since 1st January, 1820, for the use of said armory. January 22, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-22
New Hampshire. Memorial of citizens of New Hampshire in favor of further protection to domestic manufactures. January 22, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-22
New Hampshire. Petition of farmers in New Hampshire, praying protection for the interests of agriculture and manufactures. January 22, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-22
Baltimore Chamber of Commerce. Memorial of the Chamber of Commerce of the City of Baltimore. January 22, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-22
Bezaleel Wells. Petition for increased protection to woollen manufactures. January 22, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-22
Massachusetts. Memorial of citizens of Boston &c. in favor of further protection to manufactures. January 22, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-22
South Carolina. Memorial of the citizens of Laurens District, South Carolina, against any increase of the tariff, &c. January 22, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Commerce and Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-22
Explore the southern polar regions. Letter from J.N. Reynolds to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, upon the subject of an Antarctic expedition, accompanied with petitions from inhabitants of several states, praying the aid of government in carrying the same into effect. January 22, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-22
Cherokee lands -- North Carolina. January 22, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-22
On the establishment of an arsenal at Pensacola, Florida. Communicated to the Senate, January 23, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-01-23
List of persons entitled to reservations of land under the treaty with the Cherokee Indians of February 27, 1819. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 23, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-23
Sale of relinquished lands to original purchasers. Communicated to the Senate, January 23, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-23
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting communications from the Governor of Georgia, in relation to the subject of running and marking the line dividing the Territory of Florida from the State of Georgia. January 23, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-23
Report of a Joint Committee of the Legislature of Georgia, on the subject of running and marking the line dividing the Territory of Florida from the State of Georgia. January 23, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-23
In Senate of the United States, January 23, 1828. Mr. Bell made the following report: The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Moses White, executor of the will of General Moses Hazen, deceased, report: That the Committee of Claims made a report in this case on the 31st of March, A.D. 1826, which report the Committee now take leave to refer to, and adopt, as a part of this report, and submit therewith a bill for the relief of the legal representatives of the said Moses Hazen, deceased... Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-23
In Senate of the United States, January 23, 1828. Mr. Cobb made the following report: The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Hickman Johnson, guardian of Juliet Eliza Sollers, praying remuneration for certain houses burned by the enemy during the late war, near Baltimore... Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-23
In Senate of the United States, January 23, 1828. Mr. Harrison made the following report: The Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred "A Bill Authorizing the Establishment of an Arsenal at or near Pensacola, in Florida," make the following report... Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-23
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury to the Hon. David Barton, in relation to the bill to graduate the price of relinquished lands to be sold to the original purchasers. January 23, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-23
Dividing line -- Florida and Georgia. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of communications from the Governor of Georgia, relating to the line dividing that state from the Territory of Florida. January 23, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-23
Reservations under the Cherokee Treaty. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a list of persons entitled to reservations, under the Treaty with the Cherokees, of the 27th February, 1819, &c. January 23, 1828. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-23
Frances Felix. January 23, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-23
William M'Clure [i.e., Maclure]. January 23, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-23
John Willard. January 23, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-23
Application of Mississippi for an extension of the time for adjusting private land claims in that state. Communicated to the Senate, January 24, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-24
In Senate of the United States, January 24, 1828. Mr. Ruggles made the following report: The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition and papers of sundry citizens of Baltimore, praying compensation for twenty-four vessels sunk in the harbor of Baltimore, during the late war, for defense of that city, beg leave to refer to their report, in favor of the claim of the petitioners, made to the Senate, January 17, 1826, which is in the words following... Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-24
Nathaniel Briggs. January 24, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-24
Road -- Homochitto Swamp. January 24, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-24
Qualification and admission of candidates for appointment of surgeons and assistant surgeons in the Navy, and inadequacy of their compensation. Communicated to the Senate, January 25, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-01-25
On claim of the widow of a seaman, lost on board the ship Insurgent, for further relief. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-01-25
On the construction of dry docks at Brooklyn, New York, and Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 25, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-01-25
Memorial of certain surgeons of the United States Navy, praying that certain regulations be adopted for the admission of candidates, and that the pay of surgeons in the Navy be increased. January 25, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-25
Navy of the United States. Memorial of the lieutenants of the Navy of the United States. December 14, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. January 25, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-25
William Hubble and Daniel Gano. January 25, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-25
Dry docks. January 25, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-25
Isaac W. Norris -- Summerl & Brown. January 26, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-26
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-28
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-28
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 28, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-28
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 28, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-28
On erecting barracks and storehouses for the troops near New Orleans. Communicated to the Senate, January 28, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-01-28
Application of Florida to be allowed to sell the lands reserved for a seminary and schools. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-28
Pre-emption rights in the Choctaw district in Mississippi. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 28, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-28
Resolution of the State of Rhode Island & Providence Plantations, on the subject of protecting duties, &c. January 28, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-28
Memorial of the citizens of Westborough, Massachusetts, protesting against any increase of duties on imports, and especially on woollen goods. January 28, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-28
In Senate of the United States, January 28, 1828. Mr. Bell made the following report: The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Caleb Stark, report: That this petition was presented to the Senate at the first session of the Nineteenth Congress, and a report made thereon, to which the Committee refer, and adopts as a part of their report; and submit therewith a bill for the petitioner's relief... Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-28
In Senate of the United States, January 28, 1828. Mr. Harrison made the following report: The Committee upon Military Affairs, to whom was referred a resolution of the Senate of the 20th December last, instructing them to inquire into the expediency of erecting barracks and store houses for the troops near New Orleans, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-28
In Senate of the United States, January 28, 1828. Resolved, that an act of the British Parliament, passed the 2d day of July, in the year 1821, entitled "An Act for Regulating the Fur Trade, and Establishing a Civil and Criminal Jurisdiction in Certain Parts of North America," be printed for the use of the Senate... Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-28
Maine. Memorial of merchants and others, of Portland, in the State of Maine, against an increase of duty on imported hemp, iron, molasses, and woollen goods. January 28, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-28
John Culbertson. (To accompany Bill H.R. No. 113.) Memorial of John Culbertson. January 14, 1828. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. January 28, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-28
Pennsylvania. Memorial and resolutions of citizens of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, against a further increase of duties on imported manufactures, &c. &c. January 28, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-28
New York Chamber of Commerce. Memorial of the New York Chamber of Commerce, against an increase of duty on woollens, &c. January 28, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-28
Massachusetts. Petition of sundry farmers and landholders, of the Town of Westborough, County of Wooster, Commonwealth of Massachusetts against a further increase of duties of imported manufactures. January 28, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-28
Pennsylvania. Resolutions of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, in favor of further protection to domestic manufactures. January 28, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-28
Rhode Island. Resolution of the General Assembly of Rhode Island, in favor of further protection to domestic manufactures. January 28, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-28
Colonization Society. Memorial of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Color of the United States. January 28, 1828. Read, and referred to a select committee, to wit: Mr. Mercer, Mr. Gorham, Mr. Shepperd, Mr. Weems, Mr. Johns, Mr. Vinton, and Mr. Fort. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-28
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company. Memorial of the Central Committee of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Convention to the Congress of the United States. January 28, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the bill to explain an act, entitled "An Act Confirming an Act of the Legislature of Virginia, Incorporating the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company," and an act of the State of Maryland for the same purpose. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-28
Georgia lands occupied by the Cherokee Indians. Report of a committee, and resolutions of the Legislature of the State of Georgia, in relation to certain lands occupied by the Cherokee Indians, belonging to the said state. January 28, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-28
Georgia and Florida. Resolutions and documents relating to the boundary line between the State of Georgia and the Territory of Florida. January 28, 1828. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-28
Settlers on land -- Choctaw District -- Mississippi. January 28, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-28
Benjamin Simmons. January 28, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-28
Bannister [i.e., Banister] Stone. January 28, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-28
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 29, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-29
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 29, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-29
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, January 29, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-29
Credit system for duties. Communicated to the Senate, January 29, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-29
Memorial and resolutions of merchants, and others, of the City of Philadelphia, remonstrating against the further increase of duties on imports. January 29, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-29
Memorial of sundry citizens of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, in favor of an increase of duties for the protection of domestic manufactures. January 29, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-29
Memorial of the citizens of Chester District, South Carolina, adverse to an increase of duty on woollen goods, as contemplated by the woollens bill. January 29, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-29
Resolution of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, instructing their senators, and requesting their representatives, in Congress, to procure the establishment of such a tariff as will afford additional protection to domestic manufactures. January 29, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-29
Report of the Secretary of War, with a statement of contracts made by that Department, in 1827. January 29, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 164, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-29
Report from the Secretary of the Treasury, with statements showing the disbursements of that Department, for the purposes therein mentioned. January 29, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-29
In Senate of the United States, January 29, 1828. Mr. Smith, of Maryland, made the following report: The Committee on Finance, to which was referred so much of a memorial from Pittsburg as relates to the credits given for duties at the Custom houses, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-29
In Senate of the United States, January 29, 1828. Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, made the following report: The committee to whom was referred the petition of Richard Taylor, of Kentucky, report a bill for his relief, so far to embrace his accounts as a quartermaster general during the late war... Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-29
Massachusetts. Memorial of the citizens of Duxbury, in the State of Massachusetts. January 14, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. January 29, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-29
Thomas F. Cornell. January 29, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-29
Judah Alden. January 29, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-29
Edmund Brooke. January 25, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. January 29, 1828. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-29
Affairs with Brazil. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-01-30
Amount of Continental money issued during the Revolutionary War, and depreciation of the same. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-30
Remission of forfeiture for violation of revenue laws. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-30
In favor of reduction of duties on wines. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-30
Report and decisions upon private land claims in East Florida. Communicated to the Senate, January 30, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-30
Land for the support of schools in the Connecticut Reserve, in Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-30
Sale of lead mines in Missouri. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 30, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-01-30
Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, with a letter from the Register and Receiver of Public Moneys for the District of East Florida, transmitting their report and decisions upon private land claims, under the fifth section of the Act of Feb. 8, 1827. January 30, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Public Lands, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-30
Stationery -- Custom house Philadelphia. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 22d instant, in relation to supplying the Custom-house at Philadelphia with stationery, &c. January 30, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-30
Negotiation for Cherokee lands. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the report of the commissioners appointed to negotiate with the Cherokee Indians, for a certain portion of their country. January 30, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-30
Old continental money. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 10th instant, in relation to the amount of continental money issued during the Revolutionary War, and the depreciation of the same, &c. January 30, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-30
United States and Brazil. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of a correspondence between the Secretary of State and the Charge d'Affaires from Brazil, on the subjects of the discussions between that government and the government of the United States. (Rendered in obedience to a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 2d inst.) January 30, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-30
Reduction of duty on tea. Memorial of merchants of Philadelphia, respecting a reduction of duty on teas. January 21, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce. January 30, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-30
Officers on the pension list. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a list of officers on the pension roll of the U.S. designating the states to which the officers severally belong. January 30, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-30
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting: 1. A statement of payments made during the year 1827, for the discharge of miscellaneous claims, not otherwise provided for; 2. Of contracts and purchases by the collectors, for the Revenue Service, during the year 1826; 3. Of expenditures on account of sick and disabled seamen, during the year 1826; 4. Of contracts made relative to oil, light-houses, light-vessels, &c. January 30, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-01-30
Contracts -- War Department -- 1827. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting statements of contracts made by that Department, during the year 1827. January 30, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-01-30
Balances on books of the revenue. Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury transmitting a list of balances, standing on the books of the revenue, which have remained unsettled by the collectors of the late internal taxes, more than three years prior to Sept. 30, 1827. January 30, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-01-30
Balances -- collectors Customs and receivers for land sold. Letter from the Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting a list of the balances standing on the books of the revenue, which have remained unsettled by the collectors of the Customs and others, more than three years prior to the 30th September last; and a similar list in the case of receivers of public moneys for the sales of the public lands. January 30, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-01-30
Frederick Onstine. January 30, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-30
School lands -- Ohio. January 30, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-30
Peters and Pond. January 30, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-30
Reduce duties on wines. January 30, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-30
Corporations -- Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria. January 30, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-30
Joseph Young. January 30, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-30
Sale of lands -- lead mines Missouri. January 30, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-30
Breakwater in Delaware Bay. January 30, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-30
In favor of reducing and regulating the duties on teas. Communicated to the Senate, January 31, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-31
On the subject of the tariff, or regulating duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-31
Expenditures of the public departments of the government. Communicated to the House of Representatives, January 31, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-01-31
Memorial of the merchants of the City of Philadelphia, engaged in the China trade, on the subject of a regulation of the duty on tea. January 31, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Finance, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-01-31
Duties on imports. January 31, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-31
Expenditures of public departments. January 31, 1828. Read, and referred to the select committee appointed, on the 15th instant, to revue the rules, &c. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-31
Sarah Chitwood. January 31, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-01-31
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, February 1, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-01
On the erection of fortifications at Pensacola, Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-02-01
Land claim in Illinois. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 1, 1827 [i.e., 1828]. American State Papers 32 1828-02-01
Extension of time for adjusting private land claims in Mississippi. Communicated to the Senate, February 1, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-01
Letter from the Commissioner of the General Land Office, to the Hon. Powhatan Ellis, on the subject of private land claims. February 1, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-01
Memorial of the inhabitants of Thomaston, and its vicinity, adverse to a further increase of duties on imports, for the protection of domestic manufactures. February 1, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures and Finance, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-01
Fortifications at Pensacola. February 1, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union, to which is referred the Bill (No. 96) making appropriations for certain fortifications of the United States, for the year 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-01
Heirs of Philip Renaut. February 1, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-01
John Moffit [i.e., Moffett]. February 1, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-01
Jane Mary Lawrence. February 1, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-01
Reorganization of the surveying department in the district south of Tennessee. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 2, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-02
Land district -- south of Tennessee. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information by a Resolution of the House of Representatives of the United States, in relation to the survey of the public lands south of Tennessee. February 2, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-02
Silk-worms. Letter from James Mease transmitting a treatise on the rearing of silk-worms, by Mr. De Hazzi, of Munich. With plates, &c. &c. February 2, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on Agriculture. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-02
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-04
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-04
Account of destruction of the Turkish fleet by the English, French and Russian fleet at Navarino, and of piracy by the Greeks in the Mediterranean. Communicated to the Senate, February 4, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-02-04
Land claim of the Marquis de Maison Rouge in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-04
Land for the support of colleges in Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 4, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-04
Application of Alabama to purchase the public land within that state. Communicated to the Senate, February 4, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-04
Resolutions of the Legislature of Georgia, requesting the senators and representatives from that state, in Congress, to use their best exertions to obtain the extinguishment of the title of the Cherokee Indians to land in the State of Georgia. February 4, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-04
Resolutions of the Legislature of Georgia in relation to the American Colonization Society. February 4, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-04
Memorial of the Legislature of Alabama on the subject of the public lands within the said state. February 4, 1828. Referred, part to a Select Committee, and part to the Committee on Public Lands, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-04
Memorial of the Baltimore Chamber of Commerce, praying that a law may be passed to regulate the settlement of protested bills of exchange. February 4, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Commerce, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-04
In Senate of the United States, February 4, 1828. Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, made the following report: The Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the petition of Richard Biddle, administrator of the late General John Wilkins... Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-04
South Carolina. Memorial of citizens of Chesterfield, Marlborough, and Darlington, assembled at Cheraw, in South Carolina, against a further increase of duties on imported articles. February 4, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-04
New York. Petition of the wool growers and manufacturers of Madison County, praying further protection to the growers of wool and manufacturers of woollen goods. February 4, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-04
State of Alabama. A remonstrance of the General Assembly of Alabama, on the subject of protecting duties. February 4, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-04
Pennsylvania. Petition of inhabitants of Northampton County, State of Pennsylvania, praying for an additional and specific duty on imported roofing and ciphering slate. February 4, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union to which is committed the Bill in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duty [i.e., Duties] on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-04
William A. Tennille. Petition of Colonel William A. Tennille. February 4, 1828. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-04
Legislature of the State of Alabama. Resolution of the Legislature of the State of Alabama, proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States. February 4, 1828. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-04
Rhode Island. Petition of inhabitants of Newport, R. Island, distillers of rum and importers of molasses, against an increase of duty on molasses. February 4, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-04
Maryland. Memorial of the Chamber of Commerce of the City of Baltimore, upon the subject of protested bills of exchange. February 4, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-04
Claim of the Marquis de Maison Rouge. February 4, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-04
Lands for support of colleges in Ohio. February 4, 1828. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House tomorrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-04
Trade with the French colonies of Martinique and Guadaloupe. Communicated to the Senate, February 5, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-02-05
Drawback of duties at Key West. Communicated to the Senate, February 5, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-05
Reduction and graduation of the price of the public lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-05
Land claims on account of Indian reservations omitted in treaty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 5, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-05
Application of Ohio for additional school lands in the Connecticut Reserve. Communicated to the Senate, February 5, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-05
Resolution of the Legislature of Alabama, proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States. February 5, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-05
Remonstrance of the General Assembly of Alabama, on the subject of protecting duties, and adverse to an increase. February 5, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-05
In Senate of the United States, February 5, 1828. Mr. Smith, of Maryland, made the following report: The Committee on Finance, to which was referred the petition of sundry inhabitants of Key West, praying that the right of drawback on the exportation of foreign merchandise, imported into that port from any of the ports of the United States, may be extended to Key West, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-05
In Senate of the United States, February 5, 1828. Resolved, that the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, be instructed to inquire into the expediency of establishing one of the routes embraced within the examination and survey made under the direction of the Postmaster General, pursuant to a Resolution of Congress, of the 4th May, 1826, as a permanent post road between Baltimore and Philadelphia... Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-05
Message from the President of the United States, communicating information relative to the trade between the United States and the colonies of France. February 5, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-05
Winnebago Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of Gov. Cass and Col. McKenney, on the subject of the complaints of the Winnebago Indians, &c. February 5, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill (No. 103) to enable the President of the United States to hold a treaty with the Chippewas, Ottawas, Pattawatimas, Winnebagoes, Fox, and Sacs Nations of Indians. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-05
Graduate price of public lands. February 5, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-05
Richard G. Morriss. February 5, 1828. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the bill for the relief of Benjamin Simmons. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-05
Angelia Cutaw and Cecille Boyer. February 5, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-05
Citizens of Georgia -- claims on Creek Indians. February 5, 1828. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-05
Against an increase of the duties on imports and a system of internal improvements. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-06
Operations of the sinking fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 6, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-06
Increase of pay to non-commissioned officers and privates of the Army, proposed as a means of preventing desertion. Communicated to the Senate, February 6, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-02-06
Application of Alabama to exchange the school lands when barren for other lands. Communicated to the Senate, February 6, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-06
Letter from the Governor of Georgia; with a report adopted by the Legislature of that state, on the tariff and internal improvement. February 6, 1828. Referred to the Committees on Manufactures and Roads and Canals, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-06
Petition of Philander Chase, President of Kenyon College, Ohio, praying for a donation of land, for the benefit of that institution. February 6, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Public Lands, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-06
In Senate of the United States, February 6, 1828. Documents relating to the Senate Bill 28, to prevent desertion in the Army. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-06
Legislature of Georgia on tariff and internal improvement. Letter from the Governor of Georgia, transmitting a report of a Committee of the General Assembly of said state, on the subject of the powers of the general government, for the purposes of encouraging domestic manufactures, and effecting a system of internal improvement. February 6, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill (No. 132) in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-06
Report -- Commissioners Sinking Fund. Annual report of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund. February 6, 1828. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-06
Samuel Dubose, administrator of E.D. Dick. February 6, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-06
Emigrating Indians. February 6, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-06
Treaty of Commerce and Navigation with Sweden and Norway. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-02-07
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 7, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-07
Treaty with Sweden. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a copy of a Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between the United States and his Majesty the King of Sweden and Norway. February 7, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-07
New York. Resolutions of the Legislature of the State of New York, upon the subject of an increase of duties upon certain articles imported into the United States. February 7, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill (No. 132) in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-07
National Road -- Washington to New Orleans. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the Chief Engineer, accompanied by a report upon the reconnoissance of a route, across the Cumberland Mountain, of the National Road contemplated from Washington to New Orleans, and a map of the country between those two cities. January 30, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. February 7, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill (No. 44) to regulate the laying out and making a National Road from the City of Washington, in the District of Columbia, to New Orleans, in the State of Louisiana. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-07
Growth and manufacture of silk. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of May 11, 1826, in relation to the growth and manufacture of silk, adapted to the different parts of the Union. February 7, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Agriculture. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-07
Private land claims of Florida. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the report and decisions of the Register and Receiver of Public Moneys in the District of East Florida, upon private land claims in said district. January 30, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. February 7, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-07
Drawback allowed where regulations are not complied with. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 8, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-08
Annual returns of the militia of the several states and territories for 1827. Communicated to the Senate, February 8, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-02-08
Relative to a change in the original plan of the City of Detroit, in Michigan. Communicated to the Senate, February 8, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-08
Report of the Secretary of War, showing the appropriations for 1827, the amount expended, and the balance remaining unexpended, under each specific head, on the 31st of December last. February 8, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-08
Report of the Secretary of War, with an abstract of the annual returns of the militia of the United States. February 8, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-08
In Senate of the United States, February 8, 1828. Mr. Smith, of Maryland, made the following report: The Committee on Finance, to which was referred the memorial of the Legislature of Arkansas, praying that the sum of $7,500 be appropriated for the payment of James Scull... Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-08
Report of the Secretary of War, with abstract of licenses granted to trade with the Indians, during the year ending on the 1st September, 1827. February 8, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-08
Survey of Cape Fear River. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report and plan of the survey of Cape Fear River, below the town of Wilmington. February 8, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-08
Contracts by Navy Commissioners. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a statement of contracts made by the Commissioners of the Navy, during the year 1827. February 8, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-08
Appropriations and expenditures -- War Department, 1827. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of appropriations for the War Department for 1827; the expenditures of the same, and ahe [i.e., the] balance in the Treasury on the 31st December last. February 8, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-08
Militia United States. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting an abstract of the general annual returns of the militia of the United States, their arms, accoutrements, and ammunition, by states and territories, from the latest returns. February 8, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on the Militia. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-08
Seth Knowles. February 8, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-08
Nehemiah Parsons. February 8, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-08
Moritz Furst. February 8, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-08
Judiciary system United States. May 12, 1826. Read, and laid on the table. February 8, 1828. Reprinted by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-08
Georgia. Report adopted by the Legislature of Georgia on African colonization. February 8, 1828. Referred to the Select Committee appointed, on the 28th ultimo, on the memorial of the American Colonization Society. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-08
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-11
On the proceedings of a court-martial ordered for the trial of certain Tennessee militiamen in 1814. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-02-11
Relative to a grant of land to Ohio for paying debt incurred for making canals. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 11, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-11
Memorial of the umbrella-makers of Philadelphia, praying that protection be extended to the manufacture of cotton umbrellas. February 11, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-11
Connecticut. Statement of the Clerk of the District Court of Connecticut, showing the amount of fees received by the Marshal, in 1827. February 11, 1828. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-11
New York. Memorial of inhabitants of the City of Albany, and County of Sullivan; on the subject of affording further protecting duties, to domestic manufactures. February 11, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill (No. 132) in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-11
Rhode Island. Memorial of a committee in behalf of cotton manufacturers, of Providence, in the State of Rhode Island. February 11, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the Bill (No. 132) in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-11
Robert Campbell and George B. Cumming. Memorial of Robert Campbell and Geo. B. Cumming. February 11, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the Bill (No. 17) to authorize the cancelling a certain bond therein mentioned. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-11
Settlement on the Oregon River. Memorial of citizens of the United States, praying for a grant of land, and the aid of government in forming a colony on the northwest coast of the United States. February 11, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the Bill (No. 12) to authorize the occupation of the Oregon River. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-11
To accompany Bill No. 158 -- appropriation public buildings. Estimates of appropriations necessary to complete the public buildings. February 11, 1828. Accompanying Bill (No. 158) making appropriations for the public buildings, and for other purposes. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-02-11
Attach part of Chickasaw Country to Monroe County -- Mississippi. February 11, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-11
Officers of Revolutionary Army. February 11, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-11
Robert Huston. February 11, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-11
Orleans Navigation Company. February 11, 1828. Read and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-11
Lands to Ohio -- for canals. February 11, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-11
Breakwater -- Delaware Bay. Resolution of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, on the construction of a breakwater in the Delaware Bay. February 11, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill of the House of Representatives (No. 131) for the accomplishment of that object. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-11
Tennessee militiamen. Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, to which were referred the correspondence and documents from the War Department, in relation to the proceedings of a court martial, ordered for the trial of certain Tennessee militiamen. February 11, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 177, Session Vol. No.2 1828-02-11
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. February 11, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the "Bill to Amend and Explain an Act, Entitled, 'An Act Confirming an Act of the Legislature of Virginia, Incorporating the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, and an Act of the State of Maryland for the Same Purpose.'" Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-11
Land claim in Mississippi. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 12, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-12
Report of the Secretary of State, showing the names and salaries of the clerks employed in that Department, in the year 1827. February 12, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-12
Report of the Secretary of War, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, of the eighth instant, transmitting a report of the Commissioner for locating the continuation of the Cumberland Road, under Act of March 3, 1825. February 12, 1825 [1828]. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-12
Report of the Secretary of the Navy, with a statement of the contracts made by the Commissioners of the Navy Board, during the year 1827. February 12, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-12
Clerks -- State Department. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting a statement of the names of the clerks in the State Department and the Patent Office, during the year 1827, and the compensation of each. February 12, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-12
Duncan McArthur. Letter from Duncan McArthur, to the Speaker of the House of Representatives accompanied with documents, calculated to sustain his claim to lands between the lines of Ludlow & Roberts, &c. &c. February 12, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-12
Licenses granted to trade with Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting an abstract of all licenses granted by the superintendents and agents for Indian affairs, to trade with Indians, &c. February 12, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-12
Compensation of collectors, &c. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of the compensation received by each collector, naval officer, & surveyor of the Customs, for the years 1824, 1825, and 1826. February 12, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-12
Surgeons of the Navy. Memorial of the surgeons of the Navy of the United States. January 14, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. February 12, 1828. Bill reported -- No. 162. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-02-12
Unproductive post roads. Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting a list of post-roads which have been established more than two years, and do not produce one-third of the expense incurred by the Department for the transportation of the mail on the route. February 12, 1828. Referred to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-02-12
Citizens of Georgia -- claim of Creek Indians. Memorial of the Legislature of Georgia, on the subject of the claims of the citizens of that state, against the Creek Nation, under the Treaty of the Indian Springs, of 1821. February 12, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the report of the Committee on Indian Affairs, of the 5th inst. on the same subject. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-12
Ann Brashears. February 12, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-12
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 13, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-13
Land titles in Missouri. Communicated to the Senate, February 13, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-13
Memorial of sundry citizens of Missouri, praying that further provision be made for the confirmation of land titles derived from the French and Spanish governments, &c. February 13, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-13
Report of the Postmaster General, with a statement showing the post roads which have been established more than two years, and which do not produce one-third of the expense incurred by transporting the mail on the same. February 13, 1828. Referred to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-13
Wool-growers and farmers -- New York. Resolutions adopted at a meeting of wool-growers and farmers, convened, pursuant to public notice, in Columbia County, New York. February 13, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill (No.132) in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-13
Robert Irvin. February 13, 1828. Read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House tomorrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-13
Pascagoula River. February 13, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-13
In Senate of the United States, February 14, 1828. Mr. Eaton made the following report: The Committee on the District of Columbia, to whom was recommitted a bill for the relief of the Columbian College, with instructions to ascertain particular facts or information, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-14
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting, in compliance with a Resolution of the Senate, of the eleventh instant, a report from the Secretary of State, with copies of instructions, &c. to Andrew Ellicott, Commissioner for running the line between the United States and Spain. February 15, 1828. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-15
Report of the Secretary of the Navy, with statements showing the appropriations for the naval service for 1827; the expenditures under each specific head; and the balances remaining unexpended under each head, on the 31st of Dec., 1827. February 15, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-15
In Senate of the United States, February 15, 1828. Resolved, that the report on the subject of the militia, made in the year 1790, by Henry Knox, Secretary of War, and submitted to Congress by the President of the United States, be printed for the use of the Senate. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-15
Philip Slaughter. February 15, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-15
Tariff of duties on woolen goods as proposed by Mr. Mallary. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-18
Duties on teas imported from China. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-18
Correspondence between the Secretary of War and General Andrew Jackson relative to the Tennessee militia. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-02-18
On claim to five years' half pay of the widow of a seaman who was captured while in the naval service, and died in Dartmoor Prison, in England. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-02-18
Application of Uriah Brown for patronage to his invention of a composition for the destruction of vessels, similar to the "Greek fire." Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-02-18
Land claims in Mississippi. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-18
Condition of the Office of the Surveyor of the public lands in Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-18
Grants made to French emigrants for the cultivation of the vine and the olive. Communicated to the Senate, February 18, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-18
In Senate of the United States, February 18, 1828. Mr. Cobb made the following report: The Committee of Claims, to which was referred the petition of Catherine McNiff, praying to be remunerated for injury done to her house in Detroit, in the years 1813 and 1814, whilst occupied by the troops of the United States, commanded by Gen. Harrison, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-18
In Senate of the United States, February 18, 1828. Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, made the following report: The Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the resolution of the 11th instant, and the documents relating to the claim of Colonel Jonathan Taylor, for a balance due him for mustering into and out of service a detachment of Kentucky militia, embodied in the year 1807, for the suppression of the seditious expedition projected by Aaron Burr... Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-18
In Senate of the United States, February 18, 1828. Mr. Ruggles made the following report: The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Elisha Tracy, late Deputy Commissary General of Purchases, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-18
Duties on woollens. Statement, made by Mr. Cambreleng, of the duties, ad valorem, which would be charged on woollens of various descriptions, under the amendment proposed to be made by Mr. Mallary to the Bill No. 132, according to the 2d, 3d, and 4th provisions of that amendment. February 18, 1828. Read, laid upon the table, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-18
Land claims in Mississippi. Documents accompanying the Bill (No. 169) supplementary to several acts, for the adjustment of land claims, in the State of Mississippi. February 18, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-18
Surveyor's office -- Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 11th instant, in relation to the actual condition of the Office of the Surveyor of the Public Lands, in the States of Illinois and Missouri, and the Territory of Arkansas, &c. &c. February 18, 1828. Referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-18
Correspondence -- Secretary of War and General Jackson. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting copies of all the letters and correspondence between the Secretary of War and Gen. Andrew Jackson, from the commencement of the Creek War, to 1st March, 1815. February 18, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-18
New York. Memorial of inhabitants of Herkimer County, New York, for further protection to farmers and manufacturers, by additional duties on imports. February 18, 1828. Referred to the Committee on the Whole House to which is referred the Bill (No. 132) in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-18
Uriah Brown. Communication of Uriah Brown. February 18, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-18
Massachusetts. Memorial of inhabitants of Nantucket, in the State of Massachusetts, praying that an expedition may be fitted out, under the sanction of the government, to survey and explore the islands and coasts of the Pacific. February 18, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-02-18
Appropriations -- naval service, for 1827. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a statement of the appropriations for the naval service, for the year 1827, the amount expended, and the balance remaining on the 31st December, 1827. February 18, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-02-18
John Burton et al. -- Schooner Volant. February 18, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-18
Abigail Appleton. February 18, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-18
Duties on imported teas. February 18, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-18
Henry Bedinger. February 11, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. February 18, 1828. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House tomorrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-18
In Senate of the United States, February 19, 1828. Mr. Cobb made the following report: The Committee of Claims, to which was referred the memorial of Willie Blount, late Governor of the State of Tennessee, praying the allowance and payment to him of his claims against the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-19
Selling spirits to Indian tribes. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report, containing the regulations which have been adopted to give effect to the 22d section of an Act of Congress, passed in the year 1802, regulating trade amongst the Indian tribes, which 22d section gives the President power to prevent the introduction of ardent spirits amongst the Indians. February 19, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-19
Continuation of Cumberland Road. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting (in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 11th instant,) a report of commissioners, appointed to locate the National Road, under the act of March 3, 1825. February 19, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-19
Statement from Thomas L. McKenney, declining the acceptance of the provisions of the "Bill for the Relief of Thomas L. McKenney," for reasons therein mentioned. February 19, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 165, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-19
Nancy Dolan. February 19, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-19
Edward Cary. February 15, 1828. Read and laid upon the table. February 19, 1828. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House tomorrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-19
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 20, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-20
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, February 20, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-20
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, February 20, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-20
Application of Indiana for further relief to purchasers of public lands. Communicated to the Senate, February 20, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-20
Memorial of the General Assembly of Indiana, expressive of the advantages resulting from the Cumberland Road, and the desire of that state for its completion. February 20, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-20
Resolution of the General Assembly of Indiana, relative to the western mail route, from Louisville, Kentucky, to St. Louis, Missouri. February 20, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-20
Resolution of the General Assembly of Indiana, in favor of the encouragement of domestic manufactures and internal improvements. February 20, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and on Roads and Canals, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-20
Resolutions of the General Assembly of Indiana, that further relief be extended to purchasers of public lands. February 20, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Public Lands, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-20
Resolutions of the citizens of York District, South Carolina, opposed to increase of duties on imports, &c. &c. February 20, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-20
James M'Ilvain. Memorial of James M'Ilvain, praying that the aid of government may be extended to the growers of wool, and the manufacturers of woollen goods. February 20, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union, to which is committed the Bill (No. 132) in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-20
Luther Chapin. February 20, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-20
On claim to pension of the widow of a naval officer who lost his reason while in command of a public vessel. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 21, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-02-21
Resolution of the Legislature of Indiana, requesting from the government, copies of the Journal of the Federal Convention, journals of the two Houses of Congress, and printed documents, &c. February 21, 1828. Referred to the Committee on the Library, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-21
Public lands in market from five to twenty years. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of 18th of February last, in relation to the public land now unsold, which has been in market for five years and under; from five to ten years; from ten to fifteen years; and from fifteen to twenty years, and upwards &c. February 21, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-02-21
Daniel Goodwin, executor of Benjamin. February 21, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-21
Drawback in case of informality. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-22
Claim for right of dower on land in the District of Columbia belonging to the government. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 22, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-22
Memorial of the merchants of Savannah, Georgia, praying that certain regulations be made for the settlement of bills of exchange. February 22, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Commerce, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-22
In Senate of the United States, February 22, 1828. Mr. Eaton made the following report: The Committee, in reporting a bill for the improvement of Pennsylvania Avenue, consider it proper to present the grounds on which they have acted... Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-22
Cumberland Road. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copies of resolutions of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, in relation to the Cumberland Road. February 22, 1828. Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill for the Preservation and Repair of the Cumberland Road. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-22
South Carolina. Memorial of the Charleston Chamber of Commerce, and of other citizens of South Carolina, against an increase of duty on woollens. December 11, 1827. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. February 22, 1828. Ordered to be printed by House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-22
Augustus Aspinwall. February 22, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-22
Joshua Foltz [i.e., Fults]. February 22, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-22
Rebecca Blodget. February 22, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-22
Samuel Chesnut. February 22, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-22
Duties charged on appraised value of goods in absence of invoice. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 23, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-23
Harbor of Stonington. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 27th December last, a report of a survey of the harbor of Stonington, with a view to the erection of a sea-wall, for the protection of said harbor. February 23, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-23
Surveys of harbors -- Rhode Island. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting reports of surveys of Church's Cove Harbor; of the shores north end of Goat Island, and of the river and harbor of Warren, all in the State of Rhode Island. February 23, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-23
John Bruce, administrator of Philip Bush. February 23, 1828. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-23
A. & Z. Cavelier. February 23, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-23
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-25
Against increase of duties on imported molasses. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-25
Powers of the general government under the Constitution in certain cases. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-25
Drawback of duties where goods were not exported from a legal port. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-25
Purchaser of land indemnified for deficiency in quantity. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 25, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-25
Adverse to sale of school lands in Missouri on the memorial of citizens. Communicated to the Senate, February 25, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-25
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting to Congress copies of a communication from the Governor of Pennsylvania, and resolutions of the Legislature of that commonwealth, relative to the permanent preservation and repair of so much of the Cumberland Road as passes through that state. February 25, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-25
South Carolina. Memorial of inhabitants of Newberry District, in the State of South Carolina, against further protecting duties to domestic manufactures and that all laws heretofore passed for that purpose, may be repealed. February 25, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is referred the Bill in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-25
Connecticut. Memorial of sundry inhabitants of the Counties of Windham and Tolland, State of Connecticut, praying for the aid of government in the cultivation of the mulberry tree and of silk. February 25, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Agriculture. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-25
Rhode Island. Memorial of citizens of the Town of Warren in the State of Rhode Island, against an increase of duty on molasses imported, &c. February 25, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-25
General Assembly of Ohio. Resolutions of the General Assembly of Ohio, in reply to the resolutions of the General Assembly of South Carolina, respecting the constitutional powers of the general government. February 25, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-25
National Road. Memorial of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, upon the subject of the Cumberland or Western National Road. February 25, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the Bill for the Continuation of the Cumberland Road. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-25
Robert L. Kennon. February 25, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-25
Wm. J. Quincy and Charles E. Quincy. February 25, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-25
William Morrisson [i.e., Morrison]. February 25, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-25
Anthony Hermange. February 25, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-25
Eleanor Simpson. February 25, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-25
Imports of wines and duties thereon from 1801 to 1826. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 26, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-26
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, February 26, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-26
Relative to a further appropriation for the arsenal at Augusta, Maine. Communicated to the Senate, February 26, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-02-26
In Senate of the United States, February 26, 1828. Mr. Harrison made the following report: The Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred a resolution relative to the arsenal at Augusta, in the State of Maine, have had the same under their consideration, and ask leave to report... Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-26
In Senate of the United States, February 26, 1828. Mr. Benton submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Finance be instructed to inquire whether any error has occurred in the construction of the 4th section of the Act, entitled "An Act to Provide for the Redemption of the Public Debt," passed the 3rd day of March, 1817, in reference to the amount of surplus revenue to be retained in the Treasury... Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-26
Resolutions of the General Assembly of Ohio, dissenting from the opinions contained in certain resolutions of the Legislature of South Carolina, denying the power of the general government over internal improvements and protection of domestic manufactures. February 26, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-26
Resolutions and report of a Committee of the General Assembly of Ohio, favorable to the exercise, by the general government, of the power to protect domestic manufactures. February 26, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-26
In Senate of the United States, February 26, 1828. Mr. Smith, of Maryland, made the following report: The Committee on Finance, to which was referred a Resolution of the Senate, dated the 31st December, 1827, directing that the Committee "be instructed to reconsider the indemnity granted by the act of the 3rd of March, 1819, to the owners and underwriters of the British ship Union, Captain Robert Holl, taken and burnt by the American ship of war Peacock, Captain Warrington, after the period fixed by the Treaty of Ghent, for the termination of hostilities between the United States and Great Britain and her dependencies," report... Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-26
Wines imported, and duties thereon. Statement submitted by Mr. Cambreleng, of wines imported, and the duties accruing on the same, from 1801 to 1826, also, a statement of the aggregate value of exports to Madeira, from 1st October, 1800, to 30th September, 1827. February 26, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill (No. 130) to alter the duties on wines imported into the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-26
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-28
Amount of duties on teas in 1823 to 1827. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 28, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-28
Ohio. Resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, in relation to the right of the general government, to levy tonnage and impost duties, to protect domestic industry, &c. February 28, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-28
Payments to jurors United States' Courts. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of money paid by the United States to jurors for attendance at the District and Circuit courts of the United States, for the years 1824, 1825, and 1826, &c. February 28, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-28
Duties on teas. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement, shewing the duties actually received on teas, during the years 1823, 1824, 1825, 1826, and 1827. February 28, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-28
Remission of duties on goods destroyed by fire. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 29, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-02-29
List of cadets at West Point in 1828, and the rule in making appointments and filling vacancies. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 29, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-02-29
Pre-emption rights in Michigan and Indiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, February 29, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-29
Land claims in Florida. Communicated to the Senate, February 29, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-02-29
In Senate of the United States, February 29, 1828. Mr. King made the following report: The Committee on the Public Lands, to whom was referred the reports of the commissioners appointed to ascertain claims and titles to land in Florida, and of the Register and Receiver of East Florida, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-29
Chipola Canal Company -- Act Council, Florida. Copy of an act to incorporate the Chipola Canal Company, with powers to construct a canal or rail-way between the Chipola River and the eastern arm of St. Andrew's Bay. February 22, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. February 29, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-29
Cadets at West Point. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a list of the cadets now at West Point; their names, the state and county from whence sent, &c. &c. February 29, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-02-29
Amos Edwards. February 29, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-29
Settlers -- Michigan and Indiana. February 29, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-29
Amos Sweet and others. February 29, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-29
John Miles. February 29, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-29
J.F. Ohl. February 29, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-02-29
Net revenue annually, from 1791 to 1826, on certain articles. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 1, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-01
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 8th ult. in relation to the nett revenue collected annually, from the year 1790 to 1826, inclusive, on ironware, wool, hemp, flax, sail-cloth, molasses, foreign distilled spirits, and cotton and woollen manufactures, &c. March 1, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-01
Boundary line between Georgia and Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-03-03
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-03
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-03
For specific duty on imported umbrellas. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-03
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-03
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 3, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-03
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, March 3, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-03
Expenses of Visitors of the Military Academy at West Point, from 1817 to 1827. Communicated to the Senate, March 3, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-03-03
Resolutions passed at a meeting of certain manufacturers of Philadelphia, and others of the City and County of Philadelphia, in favor of an increase of duties on imports, for the protection of domestic manufactures. March 3, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-03
Report from the Secretary of War, with statement showing the different sums paid to persons appointed as visitors of the Military Academy at West Point, from 1817 to 1827, to defray their expenses, &c. March 3, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-03
Petition of sundry residents of Hertford, N. Carolina, praying that an appropriation be made for opening an outlet for commerce to the ocean, at or near "Roanoke Inlet." March 3, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Commerce, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-03
Boundary -- Georgia and Florida. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting documents relative to the boundary lines between Georgia and Florida. March 3, 1828. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-03
Robert L. Livingston. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, on the petition of Robert L. Livingston, surviving executor of Walter Livingston, deceased. February 29, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. March 3, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-03
Rhode Island. Representation of sundry citizens of Providence, in the State of Rhode Island, upon the subject of an increased duty on certain imports. March 3, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-03
New York. Memorial of the inhabitants of Dutchess County, in the State of New York, against an increase of duty on imported merchandise, &c. March 3, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-03
Massachusetts. Memorial of the proprietors of the Hingham Umbrella Manufactory. March 3, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the Bill in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-03
Rhode Island -- Citizens of Bristol. Memorial of citizens of Bristol, in the State of Rhode Island, against an increase of duty on certain imported manufactures. March 3, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-03
New York. Memorial of inhabitants of Otsego County, upon the subject of an increase of duties on certain imported manufactures, &c. &c. March 3, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-03
Sandy [i.e., Tandy] Walker. March 3, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-03
William R. Maddox. March 3, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-03
Riddle, Becktill, and Headington. March 3, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-03
Lotteries in the District of Columbia. March 3, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-03
Richard Drummond. March 3, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-03
Navigation of Pearl River. March 3, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-03
Aggressions on John Baker and other citizens of the United States by the authorities of Great Britain in New Brunswick. Communicated to the Senate, March 4, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-03-04
Message from the President of the United States, with documents relating to alleged aggressions on the rights of citizens of the United States by the authorities of New Brunswick, on the territory in dispute between the United States and Great Britain. March 4, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-04
Internal improvement. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives of 19th Dec., 1826, in relation to the works of internal improvement which have been undertaken or projected by the general government, from the year 1824 to the year 1826, inclusive, &c. March 4, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 172, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-04
Surveys -- Kennebec River, &c. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the surveys of the Kennebec River, and of contemplated routes for canals, connected with the waters of the said rivers. February 22, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. March 4, 1828. Ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-04
Road -- Wiggins' Ferry to lead mines on Fever River. March 4, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-04
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 5, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-05
Pennsylvania. Resolutions and memorial, of inhabitants of the County of Washington, in the State of Pennsylvania, upon the subject of an increase of duty, on certain manufactured articles imported, and on unmanufactured wool. March 5, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-05
James A. Harper. March 5, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-05
Monthly statements of Bank of the United States for 1827. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 6, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-06
In favor of duties on salt. Communicated to the Senate, March 6, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-06
Expenditures at the armories, and arms, etc, during the year 1827, made therat. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 6, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-03-06
Memorial of the manufacturers of salt, of Barnstable, Massachusetts, praying that the duty on imported salt may not be repealed. March 6, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-06
Bank of the United States. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting (in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 3d instant) the monthly statements of the affairs of the Bank of the United States, for the year 1827. March 6, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 171, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-06
United States armories. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of expenditures at the armories and the arms, &c. made therein, during the year 1827. March 6, 1828. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-06
Thomas Hunt. March 6, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-06
Fortifications at Barrataria, Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 7, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-03-07
On claim of Elizabeth Whitehead to a pension for the loss of her son, killed on board of the frigate Chesapeake, in the War of 1812-'15. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 7, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-03-07
On claim of Elizabeth Mays to a pension for the loss of her son, killed on board of the Lawrence, in the War of 1812-'15. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 7, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-03-07
Barrataria. Documents accompanying the amendment proposed by the Senate to the Bill [H.R. No. 96] making appropriations for certain fortifications of the United States, for the year 1828. March 7, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-07
Elizabeth Mays. March 7, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-07
Harris and Farrow. March 7, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-07
Alexander Scott. March 7, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-07
Francis Henderson and Francis Henderson, Jr. March 7, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-07
Claims of indemnity for slaves and other property under the first article of the Treaty of Ghent. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 10, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-03-10
Value and amount of cotton goods imported from 1817 to 1827. Communicated to the Senate, March 10, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-10
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 10, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-10
Effects of the proposed bill on wool and woolens. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 10, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-10
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 10, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-10
Expenses of the Visitors of the Military Academy at West Point from 1819 to 1827, and estimates of the expenses of that Academy for 1828. Communicated to the Senate, March 10, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-03-10
Adverse to correction of error in survey of public land after the issue of a patent. Communicated to the Senate, March 10, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-03-10
Report from the Secretary of the Treasury, with a statement of the value and amount of duties on certain cotton goods imported into the U.S. from 1817 to 1827, inclusive, made in compliance with a Resolution of the Senate of the 5th March, 1828. March 10, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-10
In Senate of the United States, March 10, 1828. Mr. Cobb made the following report: The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of Robert Robbins, praying to be paid for a quantity of timber that was intercepted and destroyed by the enemy, in 1813, on its passage to Sackett's Harbor, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-10
In Senate of the United States, March 10, 1828. Mr. Barton made the following report: The Committee on Public Lands have considered the Resolution of the Senate of the 28th January last, directing an inquiry into the expediency of authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to refund to James Reeves, of Indiana... Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-10
Maryland. Memorial of farmers, mechanics, and others, of Anne Arundel and Baltimore Counties, against an increase of duty on imported manufactures. March 10, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is referred the Bill in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-10
Wool and woollens. Statement submitted by Mr. Wright, of Ohio, in relation to the effects to be produced by the bill reported to the House "In Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports" in reference to wool and woollens. March 10, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-10
Slaves, &c. captured during the late war. Memorial of Aug. Neale, agent for claimants, before the commissioners to award indemnity for slaves, and other property, under the Treaty of Ghent. March 10, 1828. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-10
Pennsylvania. Memorial from citizens of Adams County, Penn., praying for additional duties on woollen goods, &c. with a view to the protection of domestic industry. March 10, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-10
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting estimates of the cost of making a canal from Cumberland to Georgetown. March 10, 1828. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-10
Letter from the Secretary of War, to the Hon. Samuel Smith, Chairman of the Committee on Finance, in relation to the expenses of visiters to the Military Academy at West Point. March 10, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-10
John Heard, Jr. March 10, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-10
In Senate of the United States, March 11, 1828. Mr. Benton submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, that the Committee on Military Affairs be instructed to prepare, and bring in a bill, to make the following reforms and alterations in the laws and regulations for the government of the Military Academy... Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-11
On the state of the finances. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 12, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-12
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, March 12, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-12
Condition and expense of the United States Agency for Recaptured Africans taken to the coast of Africa. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 12, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-03-12
Amount of payments made by the purchasers of public lands and mode of applying or accounting for the same. Communicated to the Senate, March 12, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-03-12
Memorial of sundry citizens of the districts of Chesterfield, Marlborough, and Darlington, South Carolina, in opposition to increasing the duties on foreign manufactures. March 12, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-12
Letter from the Commissioner of the General Land Office, to the Hon. Mr. Barton, Chairman of the Committee on Public Lands, with statements showing the amount of payments by the purchasers of public lands, and the mode in which those payments are accounted for, to the 30th June, 1827. March 12, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-12
Recaptured Africans. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting the information required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 5th instant, in relation to the present condition and probable annual expense, of the United States' Agency for Recaptured Africans on the coast of Africa, &c. &c. March 12, 1828. Referred to Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-12
Of the state of the finances. March 12, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-12
Rebecca Guest. March 12, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-12
Richard Eppes. March 12, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-12
Navigation of Rivers Teche, Vermillion, &c. -- Lou. March 12, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-12
Claim of Maryland for interest, &c. March 12, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-12
Annual sum required to pay the national debt in 1835. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 13, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-13
Statements showing the expenditures at the Military Academy from its organization in 1802 to 1828. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 13, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-03-13
Expenditures -- Military Academy at West Point. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the United States, of the 29th ultimo, in relation to the expenditures at the Military Academy at West Point, from its organization in 1802, to the present time. March 13, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-13
National debt. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 8th instant, in relation to the sum which will be required annually to discharge the whole of the national debt in the year 1835, &c. March 13, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-13
On claim of an officer of the Navy to be indemnified or released from a judgment against him for capturing a supposed piratical vessel. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 14, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-03-14
Rules adopted for the selection of commissioned and warrant officers for the Navy. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 14, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-03-14
Annual report in relation to the Navy Pension Fund. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 14, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-03-14
Claim of a deserter from the Army to bounty land. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 14, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-03-14
Report of the Secretary of the Navy, with statements showing the operations of the Navy Pension Fund, and the relief afforded thereby in 1827. March 14, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-14
Selection of commissioned and warrant officers -- Navy. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting the information required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 18th ultimo, in relation to the rule adopted by the Navy Department, in selecting from the list of candidates for commission or warrants, such as the service may require, &c. March 14, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-14
Navy Pension Fund. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting the annual report in relation to the Navy Pension Fund. March 14, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-14
Archibald W. Hamilton. March 14, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-14
Chipola Canal Company. March 14, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-14
Jesse Wilkinson. March 14, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-14
Richard Peacock. February 15, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. March 14, 1828. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-14
Claims to the territory westward of the Rocky Mountains by the United States and Great Britain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 15, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-03-15
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 15, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-15
Resolutions -- Legislature New Jersey -- tariff. Report of a committee, and resolutions of the General Assembly of New Jersey, upon the subject of the constitutional power of the general government to enact laws for the protection of manufactures, &c. &c. March 15, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union to which is committed the Bill in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-15
Territory west of the Rocky Mountains. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the correspondence between this government and that of Great Britain, on the subject of the claims of the two governments to the territory west of the Rocky Mountains. March 15, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-15
Indemnity for damages by Creek Indians. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 3d instant, relative to the execution of an Act for the Relief of Samuel Menac [i.e., Moniac], passed 27th of April, 1816: also, of an Act for the Relief of Certain Creek Indians, passed 3d March, 1817, &c. &c. March 15, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-15
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-17
Import of iron and machinery free of duty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-17
On the expediency of sending two additional sloops-of-war to the Mediterranean Sea, for the suppression of piracy by the Greeks. Communicated to the Senate, March 17, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-03-17
Land titles in East Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 17, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-03-17
Memorial of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Company, praying that they may be permitted to import iron and iron machinery for said road free of duty. March 17, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Finance, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-17
Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, with statement of emoluments of the officers of the Customs, in 1827. March 17, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Commerce, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-17
Massachusetts. Petition of citizens of New Bedford, praying that a naval expedition may be undertaken, for the exploration of the north and south Pacific Ocean, and other seas, visited by whale ships and others. March 17, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-17
Pennsylvania. Memorial of manufacturers of hardware, smiths and iron-founders, of the City of Philadelphia. March 17, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-17
Pennsylvania. Memorial of citizens of the City and County of Philadelphia, upon the subject of a post route, between the cities of Philadelphia and Baltimore. March 17, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-17
Protested bills of exchange. Memorial of the New York Chamber of Commerce, relative to protested bills of exchange. March 17, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-17
Act -- State of Maryland. An act of the General Assembly of Maryland, entitled "A Further Supplement to the Act, Entitled an Act for the Promotion of Internal Improvement." March 17, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill Authorizing a Subscription of Stock in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-17
Maryland. Memorial of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Company, praying to import iron and machinery, free of duty. March 17, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-17
Roads in Louisiana. March 17, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-17
Claim of indemnity for property under the first article of the Treaty of Ghent, by Joseph Burnett. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 18, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-03-18
Maps of the northern and northwestern boundary of the United States. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 18, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-03-18
On the purchase of additional land at Fort Washington, on the Potomac. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 18, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-03-18
On claim of the officers and crew of the brig Syren to prize money on account of the destruction of the frigate Philadelphia, at Tripoli, in 1804. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 18, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-03-18
Breach of contract. Communicated to the Senate, March 18, 1828. American State Papers 27 1828-03-18
In Senate of the United States, March 18, 1828. Mr. Noble made the following report: The Committee on Pensions, to whom was referred that part of the memorial of Richard Taylor, of Kentucky, as relates to the pension of said Taylor, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-18
In Senate of the United States, March 18, 1828. Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, made the following report: The Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, to whom was referred the petition of William Mickler, report: That they have examined the petition and the documents in the case, and they find that the Postmaster General has complete power and control over the whole subject... Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-18
Road -- Zanesville, Ohio, to Florence, Alabama. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the reconnoissance of a route for a national road, from Zanesville, Ohio, to Florence, Alabama. March 18, 1828. Read, and laid on the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-18
Northern and northwestern boundary line. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting, pursuant to a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 19th ultimo, a copy of the maps and report of Commissioners under the Treaty of Ghent, for ascertaining the northern and northwestern boundary between the U. States and Great Britain. March 18, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-18
Emoluments of officers of Customs, &c. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury transmitting a statement of the official emoluments of the officers of the Customs, for the year 1827. Also, abstracts of fees received in the the case of certificates to accompany distilled spirits, wines, &c. &c. March 18, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-03-18
Judge -- Michigan. March 18, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-18
Joseph Burnett. March 18, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-18
Thomas Blackwell. March 18, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-18
On Senate Bill No. 50 -- Susan Decatur, et al. March 18, 1828. Read, and with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House tomorrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-18
Land for Fort Washington. March 18, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-18
Southern boundary -- Lake Michigan. March 18, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-18
Reduction of duty on iron and steel. Communicated to the Senate, March 19, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-19
In favor of increase of duties on imports of slate. Communicated to the Senate, March 19, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-19
Land claim in East Florida. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 19, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-03-19
On the expediency of abolishing the office of major general of the Army of the United States. Communicated to the Senate, March 19, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-03-19
In Senate of the United States, March 19, 1828. Mr. Harrison made the following report: The Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the resolution of the Senate, directing them to inquire into the expediency of continuing or abolishing the office of major general in the Army of the United States, report... Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-19
Memorial of certain hardware manufacturers. Smiths and iron founders of Philadelphia, praying that the duties on imported iron and steel may be reduced. March 19, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-19
Memorial of the Northampton Slate Quarry Company, in Pennsylvania, praying that further protecting duty be laid on imported slate for roofing. March 19, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-19
Report of the Secretary of War, in compliance with the resolution of the Senate of the 13th instant, with statements showing the reasons that induced the Department to postpone the expenditure of the appropriation of last session, for the removal of obstructions at the mouth of the Pascagoula Bay. March 19, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-19
Heirs, &c. of William Drayton, deceased. March 19, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-19
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 20, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-20
Location of the land granted to the Kentucky Asylum for Teaching the Deaf and Dumb. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 20, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-03-20
Memorial of the New York Chamber of Commerce, praying that an uniform mode of settling protested bills of exchange may be provided for by an act of Congress. March 20, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-20
In Senate of the United States, March 20, 1828. The following motion, submitted by Mr. Benton, was considered, and ordered to lie on the table and be printed. Resolved, that the Committee on Pensions be directed to prepare and bring in a bill to authorize the commutation of the pensions now payable by the United States... Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-20
Pennsylvania. Memorial of citizens of Alleghany County, in the State of Pennsylvania, praying that the amendment proposed by Mr. Mallary, to the tariff bill now before the House, may be adopted. March 20, 1828. Read, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-20
Land to Kentucky Asylum -- deaf and dumb. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 8th inst. upon the subject of a township of land granted to the Kentucky Asylum for teaching the deaf and dumb. March 20, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-20
Benajah Wolcott. March 20, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-20
Edmund Brooke. March 18, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. March 20, 1828. Committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-20
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 21, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-21
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, March 21, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-21
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, March 21, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-21
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the Senate, March 21, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-21
Memorial and resolutions adopted at the anti-tariff meeting, held at Sumter District, South Carolina, on Monday, September 3, 1827. March 21, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-21
Memorial with the resolutions adopted at the anti-tariff meeting, held at Abbeville court-house, South Carolina, on Monday, the 3d of September, 1827. March 21, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-21
Memorial of the citizens of Union District, South Carolina, against the system of protecting duties adopted by Congress. March 21, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-21
Memorial of the citizens of Kershaw District, South Carolina, adverse to the proposed tariff on woollens. March 21, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Manufactures, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-21
Joseph Jeans -- representatives of. March 21, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-21
Dividing line between Georgia and Florida. March 21, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-21
Adjustment of claims for indemnification under the first article of the Treaty of Ghent. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 22, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-03-22
Location of Virginia military land warrants. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 22, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-03-22
Indemnity to the owner of land in Arkansas included in a cession made to the Cherokee Indians. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 22, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-03-22
Treaty with the Creek Indians. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a copy of a treaty, concluded on the 15th day of November, 1827, between the United States and the Creek Nation of Indians. March 22, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-22
Cherokee government. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 3d instant, in relation to the formation of a new government by the Cherokee tribe of Indians, within the states of North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama, &c. March 22, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-22
James Russel. March 22, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-22
Francis Preston. March 22, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-22
Senate Bill No. 96 -- claims -- Treaty of Ghent. March 22, 1828. Read, and, with the said bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-22
Claims under the eleventh article of the treaty with Spain. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 24, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-03-24
Average annual amount of public moneys in the Bank of the United States and its branches. Communicated to the Senate, March 24, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-24
Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, in compliance with a Resolution of the Senate of the 12th instant showing the average annual amount of moneys in the Bank of the United States, and its branches, from the year 1817 to 1827, inclusive. March 24, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Finance, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-24
Claims under Eleventh Article of treaty with Spain. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting a list of such claims as were rejected by the Board of Commissioners, under the Eleventh Article of the treaty between Spain and the United States, &c. March 24, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-24
Pennsylvania. Petition from inhabitants of Beaver County, Pa. for an increased tariff. March 24, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-24
Pennsylvania. Memorial of inhabitants of Blairsville, upon the subject of an armory, &c. March 24, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-24
District of Columbia. Memorial of inhabitants of the District of Columbia, praying for the gradual abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia. March 24, 1828. Referred to the Committee for the District of Columbia. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-24
James River and Kenhawa Canal Route. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report on the James River and Kenhawa Canal Route. March 24, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-24
Marigny D'Auterive. March 24, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-24
Complaint of Condy Raguet against the Brazilian government. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-03-25
Instructions for the settlement of the boundaries of the United States with Great Britain by the government of the Confederation. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1828. American State Papers 06 1828-03-25
On the expediency of fitting out vessels of the Navy for an exploration of the Pacific Ocean and South Seas. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1828. American State Papers 25 1828-03-25
Land claim in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 25, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-03-25
Boundary line -- U.S. and Great Britain. Message from the President of the United States, in reply to a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 25th ultimo, requesting copies of instructions given by the government of the confederation to its ministers, in relation to the settlement of boundaries with Great Britain, &c. March 25, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-25
Explore South Seas. March 25, 1828. Accompanied by a Bill [No. 240] which was twice read, committed for to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-25
Jeremiah Walker. March 25, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-25
Condy Raguet. March 25, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-25
Unexpended balances of appropriation, surplus in Treasury, and amount applied to the sinking fund, from 1817 to 1827. Communicated to the Senate, March 26, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-26
Report from the Secretary of the Treasury, (in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 10th instant,) showing unexpended balances of appropriation, on the first day of each year, from 1817 to 1827; amount of surplus money, above sums appropriated, at the adjournment of Congress, from 1817 to 1827; and in what years of said term any part of said surplus, and how much, was paid into the Sinking Fund. March 26, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Finance, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-26
Compensation to land officers in Arkansas for extra services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 27, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-03-27
Obstructions in the River Ohio. March 27, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-27
Road -- Penobscot River to New Brunswick. March 27, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-27
Varioloid, or small pox, in Washington. March 27, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-27
Product of the Customs, 1824-'25-'26. Communicated to the Senate, March 28, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-28
Amount paid to officers of the Army on account of brevet rank, in 1827. Communicated to the Senate, March 28, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-03-28
Land claims in Alabama. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 28, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-03-28
Letter from Nathaniel Smith, laid on the table by Hon. Mr. Benton, showing the operation of the graduating system of Tennessee, in relation to the sale of the state lands, &c. March 28, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-28
Report from the Secretary of War, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, of the 11th instant, with statements showing amount paid to officers of the Army, on account of brevet rank, in 1827, &c. March 28, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-28
Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, with statement showing the product of the Customs for the years 1824, '5 and '6. Also, an average of the same. Prepared in obedience to a Resolution of the Senate of the 12th inst. March 28, 1828. Referred to the Committee on Finance, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-28
Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, with statements of the Register and Receiver of the Land Office at St. Stephen's, in Alabama, relative to land claims in that district; with a supplemental report on the claim of Lewis Judson, and the names of the Spanish commandants of Mobile. March 28, 1828. Read, and ordered to be printed -- April 2d, 1828, referred to the Committee on Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-03-28
Creek Indian broke, also, in relation to the appointment of an Indian chief in the Territory of Michigan, during the year 1827. March 28, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 173, Session Vol. No.5 1828-03-28
Moses Hazen. March 28, 1828. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-28
On the subject of appropriations for fortifications, and armament of the same, for the year 1828. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 29, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-03-29
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 31, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-31
For specific duty on imported slate. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 31, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-31
In favor of increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 31, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-03-31
In relation to the erection of barracks at New Orleans, in Louisiana. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 31, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-03-31
Application of Mississippi for land for a seat of justice in Washington County in that state. Communicated to the Senate, March 31, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-03-31
Land claims in Missouri derived from the French and Spanish governments. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 31, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-03-31
Quantity and quality of vacant land in Tennessee. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 31, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-03-31
Public land in Alabama unsold, relinquished, surveyed, and resale of relinquished lands. Communicated to the House of Representatives, March 31, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-03-31
New York. Petition of inhabitants of Red Hook, in the County of Dutchess, and State of New York, against a further increase of duties on imported manufactures, &c. March 31, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-03-31
New York Slate Company. Petition of the New York Slate Company, and of inhabitants of Rhinebeck and Clinton, in Dutchess County, praying that a specific, instead of the present ad valorem duty, may be imposed upon imported slate. March 31, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-03-31
New York. Petition of sundry inhabitants of the County of Delaware, in the State of New York, praying for the passage of a law imposing additional duties on certain imported materials and fabrics therein mentioned. March 31, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-03-31
Barracks at New Orleans. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of 14th inst., in relation to the erection of barracks at New Orleans, and the sale of the old barracks at the same place, &c. March 31, 1828. Read and referred to the Committee of the Whole House, to which is committed the bill from the Senate to authorize the purchase of a site, and the erection of barracks in the vicinity of New Orleans. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-03-31
Lands in Alabama. Documents submitted by Mr. Owen, and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the Bill (No. 86) to authorize the persons who have relinquished lands, under the provisions of the several acts for the relief of purchasers of public lands, to purchase the same at private sale, at a fixed price. March 31, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-03-31
John Gates, Jr. March 31, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-31
Mayor and Common Council of Baltimore. March 31, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-03-31
Relative to the efficiency of mounted volunteers for the protection of the frontiers. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 1, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-04-01
Indians removed to the west of the Mississippi. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the information required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 22d ultimo, in relation to the tribes and parts of tribes of Indians, that have removed to the west of the Mississippi River, their location, &c. April 1, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-04-01
Volunteer mounted gunmen. Documents in relation to the employment of volunteer mounted gunmen on the western frontier of the United States. April 1, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-04-01
Baptist Missionary Convention. April 1, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-04-01
Caron De Beaumarchais. April 1, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-04-01
In favor of iron and iron machinery for railroads free of duty. Communicated to the Senate, April 2, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-04-02
Operations of the graduating system in the sale of the state lands in Tennessee. Communicated to the Senate, April 2, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-04-02
Letter from the Hon. Mr. Mitchell, of Tennessee, laid on the table by the Hon. Mr. Benton, showing the operation of the graduating system of Tennessee, in relation to the sale of the state lands, etc. April 2, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-04-02
In Senate of the United States, April 2, 1828. Mr. Smith, from the Committee on Finance, to which was referred the memorial of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Company, praying that they may be permitted to import iron and iron machinery for said road free of duty, report a bill to admit iron and machinery necessary for rail roads, duty free; and laid on the table the following document, which, with the memorial (Doc. 140,) heretofore printed, were ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-04-02
Vessels sunk in Baltimore harbor. April 2, 1828. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House tomorrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-04-02
Bounty land for military services. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 3, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-04-03
Official accounts and transactions of Thomas A. Smith, receiver of public moneys at the land office at Franklin, Missouri. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 3, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-04-03
Postage on pamphlets. Communicated to the Senate on the 3d of April, 1828. American State Papers 27 1828-04-03
Letter from the Postmaster General, to the Hon. R.M. Johnson, on the subject of pamphlet postage. April 3, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-04-03
Allen B. McAlhany. April 3, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-04-03
Persons employed in the examinations of the land offices, and their compensation in 1824-'25-'26-'27. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 4, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-04-04
Remonstrance of sundry inhabitants of Michigan against graduating the price of the public lands, &c. Communicated to the Senate, April 4, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-04-04
Memorial of sundry inhabitants of Michigan, remonstrating against the passage of the bill to graduate the price of public lands, make donations thereof to actual settlers, and to cede the refuse to the states in which they lie. April 4, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-04-04
In Senate of the United States, April 4, 1828. Mr. Williams, from the Committee on Commerce, to which was referred the Resolution of the Senate, of the 1st inst. directing that Committee to "inquire into the expediency of making further appropriation for removing obstructions at the mouth of the Pascagoula River," laid the following letters from Silas Dinsmore and W. Barton, on the table, which were ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-04-04
Memorial of sundry inhabitants of Murfreesborough, N. Carolina, praying that a passage be made between Ocracock Inlet and the Atlantic Ocean. April, 4, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-04-04
Examination -- land offices. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a list of the persons employed to examine the land offices, for the years 1823, 1824, 1825, 1826, and 1827, and the compensation allowed to each. April 4, 1828. Referred to the Committee on the Public Lands. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-04-04
Obstructions -- the Ohio River. April 4, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 179, Session Vol. No.4 1828-04-04
Claim of the State of Pennsylvania. April 4, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-04-04
Expenditures in the Department of State. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 5, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-04-05
Order of Governor Blount for a regiment of Tennessee militia for service in the Creek War for six months. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 5, 1828. American State Papers 18 1828-04-05
Robert L. Livingston, executor of Walter. April 5, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 179, Session Vol. No.4 1828-04-05
Col. Pipkin's regiment Tennessee militia. April 5, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-04-05
Expenditures in the Department of State. April 5, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 178, Session Vol. No.3 1828-04-05
In favor of iron for railroads free of duty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 7, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-04-07
In favor of iron for railroads free of duty. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 7, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-04-07
In favor of iron for railroads free of duty. Communicated to the Senate, April 7, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-04-07
Memorial of the City Council of Charleston, praying that the South Carolina Canal and Rail Road Company, be authorized to import, free of duty, iron and machinery, to be used in effecting the objects of their incorporation. April 7, 1828. Printed by order of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-04-07
Legislature of New Jersey -- election of President, &c. Resolution of the Legislature of New Jersey, on the amendment proposed by the Legislature of the State of Georgia, to the Constitution of the United States, in relation to the election of President and Vice President. April 7, 1828. Read, and referred to a Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-04-07
National funds -- for internal improvements. Resolution of the Legislature of the State of New Jersey, in relation to the application of the national funds to internal improvements. April 7, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-04-07
Abstract of American seamen. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting an abstract of American seamen in the several districts of the United States, for the year 1827. April 7, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-04-07
On Senate Bill No. 108 -- Dillon Buell. April 7, 1828. Read, and, with the bill, committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow. Serial Set Vol. No. 179, Session Vol. No.4 1828-04-07
Against increase of duties on imports. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 8, 1828. American State Papers 13 1828-04-08
Expenses and product of lead mines and land reserved for same in Missouri. Communicated to the Senate, April 8, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-04-08
Memorial of the Sisters of Charity of St. Joseph, praying to be incorporated within the District of Columbia. April 8, 1828. Referred to the Committee on the District of Columbia, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-04-08
Petition of the Sisters of the Visitation of Georgetown, D.C., praying that an act of incorporation may be passed in their favor. April 8, 1828. Referred to the Committee on the District of Columbia, and ordered to be printed. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-04-08
Report from the Secretary of War, in relation to lead and lead mines in Missouri. April 8, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-04-08
Creek treaty -- November 15, 1827. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives of 22d ultimo, in relation to the treaty with the Creek Nation of Indians, of the 15th of November last. April 8, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-04-08
New York. Memorial of inhabitants of Dutchess County, in the State of New York, upon the subject of the bill now before the House of Representatives, entitled A Bill in Alteration of the Several Acts Imposing Duties on Imports. April 8, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-04-08
Martinique and Guadaloupe. Documents to accompany the bill from the Senate (No. 122) regulating the commercial intercourse with the islands of Martinique and Guadaloupe. April 8, 1828. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Serial Set Vol. No. 174, Session Vol. No.6 1828-04-08
Richard W. Steele. April 8, 1828. Serial Set Vol. No. 179, Session Vol. No.4 1828-04-08
Adverse to granting a township of land to Kenyon College, in Ohio. Communicated to the House of Representatives, April 9, 1828. American State Papers 32 1828-04-09
Letter from the Postmaster General to the Hon. Richard M. Johnson, Chairman of the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, in relation to the erection of a suitable building for a Post Office at New Orleans. April 9, 1828. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Serial Set Vol. No. 166, Session Vol. No.4 1828-04-09