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MISSISSIPPI.- Elected by General Tickel., 1 *John F. H. Claiborne, Madisonville, Madison. 2. David Dickson, Jackson, Hinds.

ILLINOIS.
1 John Reynolds, Belleville, St. Clair, Clinton, Roads and Canals.

Gallatin, Pope, Johnson, Alexander, Union,
Jackson, Franklin, Perry, Ra olph, Monroe,
Washington, Clinton, Bond, Madison, Ma-

coupin.
2 Zadok Casey, Mount Vernon, Jefferson, White, Public Lands.
Hamilton, Jefferson, Wayne,

Edwards, Wabash, Lawrence, Clay, Marion, Fayette, Montgomery, Shelby, Vermilion, Edgar,

Coles, Clark, Crawford.
3 W. L. May, Springfield, Sangammon, Greene, Public Expenditures.

Morgan, Tazewell, Macon, McLean, LaSalle,
Cooke, Putnam, Peoria, Henry, Knox, Jo Da:
vies, Mercer, Warren, Hancock, McDonough,
Fullon, Schuyler, Adams, Pike, Calhoun.

A LA PAMA.
1 Reuben Chapmai, Somerville, Morgan, Madi. Public Lands.

son, Blount, St. Clair, Jackson, Benton,

Randolph. 2 *Joshua L. Martin, Athens, Limestone, Lauder- Judiciary.

dale, Lawreuce, Franklin, Marion, Fayette,

Walker. 3 *Joab Lawler, Mardisville, Talladega, Shelby, Private Land Claims.

Sumpter, Green, Pickens, Tuscaloosa, Bibb,

Perry, Jefferson.
4 Dixon H. Lewis, Lowndesborough, Lowndes,

Montgomery, Butler, Autauga, Henry, Cov-
ington, Dale, Conecuh, Pike, Macon, Russell,

Barbour, Coosa, Chambers.
5 Francis S. Lyon, Demopolis, Marengo, Clarke, Indian Affairs.

Mobile, Baldwin, Washington, Monroe,
Wilcox, Dallas.

MISSOURI.- Elecied by General Ticket.
1 William H. Ashley, St. Louis, St. Louis. Iudian Affairs.
2 *Albert G. Harrison, l'ulton, Calloway. Public Lauds.

Mich IGAN TERRITORY. *George W. Jones, Sinsinawa Mound, lowa.

ARKANSAS TERRITORY. Ambrose H. Sevier, Lake Port, Chicoi.

FLORIDA TERRITORY. Joseph M, White, Monticello, Jefferson.

Claiming seals as Senators from Michigan.
John Norvell, Detroit, Wayne. Lucius Lyon, Bronson, Kalamasoo.

Claiming a seat ae Representative from MICHIGAN.
Isaac E. Crary, Marshall, Calhoun.

OFFICERS OF THE SENATE.
Walter Lowrie, Secretary, $3,000 per annum.
John G. M•DONALD..Chief Clerk........

$1800 00 Lewis H. Machen...... Esecutive Clerk...

1500 00 William Hickey. .. Legislative Clerk....

1500 00 William Carr.......... Engrossing Clerk........

.................. 1000 00 John Shackford........ Sergeant-at-Arms and Door-keeper.... 1500 00 Stephen Haight........ Assistant Door-keeper.....

1450 00 Rev. Edw. T. Higbee., Chaplain

50000 John L. Clubb.......... ..Messenger...

700 00

OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Walter S. Franklin, Clerk, $3,000 per annuin. SAMUEL BURCH., ....Chief Clerk............................

$1800 00 John T. Frost.........Clerk.....

1500 00 Brooke M. Berry.. Clerk.....

1500 00 Robert N. Johnson....,Clerk...

................................... 1500 00 Benj. B. French......,Clerk....

1500 00 Henry Welsh..........Clerk......

. 1500 00 E. Early........... .Librarian of the House......

..................1500 00 Jobo T. Ball........... Extra Clerk..........

......................... 900 OC Roderick Dorsey ...

...... Sergeant-at-Arms.........................1500 00 Overtou Carr.......... Principal Door-keeper........... .1500 00 John W. Hunter......Assistant Door-keeper.......... 1450 00 Wm. J. McCormick... Postmaster

1500 00 Rev. T. H. Stockton... Chaplain................................. 500 00 James Barron...... · Mes: enger to Clerk's Office.... ........... 700 00 William W. Stewart... Messenger .......

• per day

2 00 Sherman D. Fletcher..Messenger.

....per day

2 00 Joseph Follansbee......Messenger.....

....per day

2 00 Bernard Parsons .......Messenger..

...per day

2 00

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. JOHN S. MEEHAN.....Libraria n.

. 1500 00 E. B. Stelle............. Assistant................................1150 00 Robert Keoron......... Messenger...

500 00

PUBLIC BUILDINGS IN THE CITY OF WASHINGTON.

William Noland, Commissioner, $2,000 per annum. James Maher.......... Principal Gardner......

$1000 00 POLICE OF THE CAPITOL. David M. Wilson...... . Principal.........

950 00 James D. Waller...... Assistant................................. 750 00 Thomas Scrivener........do.......................................

750 00 Ignatius Wheatley.........do......................................

750 00 Isaac H. Wailes.... ...do..

750 00

COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE. There are twenty standing committees in the Senate, appointed at the commencement of each session of Congress : eighteen consist of five members, and two of three members each. In the appointment of the standing committees, the Senate proceeds by ballot, severally, to appoint the chairman of each committee, and then, by ballot, the other members necessary to complete the same ; and a majority of the whole number of votes given, is necessary to a choice of a chairman of a standing committee. All other committees are appointed by ballot, and a plurality of votes make a choice. All bills on a second reading are considered by the Senate in the same manner as if the Senate were in commillee of the whole, before they can be taken up and proceeded on by the Senate, unless otherwise ordered.

STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE. 1. Foreign Relations.—Mr. Clay, chairman. Messrs. King, of Georgia,

Mangum, Tallmadge, Porter. 2. Finance.-Mc. WEBSTER, chairman. Messrs. Cuthbert, Wright,

Tyler, Mangum. 3. Commerce.—Mr. Davis, chairman. Messrs. Goldsborough, Tomlin

son, McKean, Linn. 4. Manufactures.--Mr. KNIGHT, chairman, Messrs. Ruggles, Morris,

Hendricks, Prentiss. 5. Agricullure.—Mr. Brown, chairman. Messrs. Kent, King, of Ala

bama, Morris, Wright. 6. Mililary Affairs.--Mr. Benton, chairman. Messrs. Wall, Golds

borough, Preston, Tipton. 7. Militia.-Mr. ROBINSON, chairman. Messrs. Hendricks, McKean,

Wall, Swift. 8. Naral Affairs.—Mr. SOUTHARD, chairman. Messrs. Tallmadge,

Black, Robbins, Cuinbert. 9. Public Lands. - Mr. Ewing chairman. Messrs. Moore Prentiss,

Crittenden, McKean. 10. Private Lands Claims.—Mr. Black, chairman. Messrs. Linn,

Ruggles, Porter, King, of Georgia. 11. Indian Affairs.—Mr. Wuite, chairman, Messrs. Tipton, Golds

borough, Swift, Brown, 12. Claims.—Mr.NAUDAIN, ch'r. Messrs. Tipton, Shepley, Swift, Brown. 13. Judiciary.- Mr. CLAYTON, chairman. Messrs. Buchanan, Preston,

Leigh, Crittenden. 14. Post Office.-Mr. GRUNDY, chairinan. Messrs. Robinson, Ewing,

Knight, Davis. 15. Roads and Canals.- Mr. HENDRICKS, chairman. Messrs. McKean,

Robinson, Kent, Robbins. 16. Pensions.—Mr. TOMLINSON, chairman. Messrs. Tallmadge, Lion,

Prentiss, McKean. 17. District of Columbia-Mr. TYLER, chairman. Messrs. Kent,

Naudain, Southard, King, of Alabama. 18. Revolutionary Elains. Mr. MOORE, chairman. Messrs. White,

Hubbard, Leigh Shepley. 19. Contingent Fund.-Mr.McKEAN, ch’r. Messrs. Tomlinson, Browni

COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

All committees are appointed by the Speaker, unless otherwise specially directed by the House, in which case they are appointed by ballot; and if upon the first ballot, the number required shall not be elected by a majority of all the votes given, the House then proceeds to a second ballot, when a plurality of votes prevail. There are twenty-nine standing conimittees in the House of Representatives ; twenty-one consisting of nine members, and eight of five members each. Twenty-three of these committees are appointed at the commencement of each session, and continue for one session only ; six are appointed at the cominencement of each Congress, and continue to the first session of the succeeding Congress. All the standing conimittees have leave to report by bill or otherwise, upon any matter committed to them. The Standing Committees are

1. A Committee of Elections, to examine and report upon the certificates of election, or other credentials, of the members returned to serve

in the House, and to take into their consideration all petitions, and other matters touching elections and returns.

2. A Committee of Ways and Means, to take into consideration reports of the Treasury Department, and all propositions relative to the revenue; to inquire into the state of the public debt or the revenue, and of the expenditure; 10 examine into the state of the several public Demartments; and particularly into the laws making appropriations of moneys, and to report whether the moneys have been disbursed conformably with such laws; and, also, to report, from time to time, such provisions and arrangements as may be necessary to add to the economy of| the Departments, and the accountability of their officers. In preparing bills of appropriation for other objects, the Committee of Ways and Means inust not include appropriations for carrying into effect treaties made by the United States; and, where an appropriation bill shall be referred to them, which contains appropriations for carrying a treaty into effect, and for other objects, they are to propose such amendments as shall prevent appropriations for carying a treaty into effect being included in the same bill with appropriations for other objects.

3. A Committee of Claims, to take into consideration all petitions and matters or things touching claims and demands on the United States.

4. A Committee on Commerce, to take into consideration all petitions and matters or things touching the commerce of the United Stules.

5. A Committee on the Public Lands, to take into consideration all petitions and matters or things respecting the lands of the United States.

6. A Cominittee on Post Offices and Post Roads, to take into consideration all petitions and matters or things touching the post offices and post roads.

7. A Committee for the District of Columbia, to take into consideration all petitions and matters or things touching the said District.

8. A Coinmittee on the Judiciary, to take into consideration all petitions and matters or things touching judicial proceedings.

0. A Committee on Revolutionary Claims, to take into consideration all petitions and inalters or things touching claims and demands originating in the revolutionary war, or arising therefrom.

10 A Committee on Public Expenditures, to examine into the state of the several public departments, and particularly into laws making appropriations of moneys, and to report whether the moneys have been disbursed couformably with such laws; and, also, to report, from time to time, such provisions and arrangements as may be necessary to add to the economy of the Departments, and the accountability of their officers.

11. A Committee on Private Land Claims, to take into consideration all claims to land.

12. A Committee on Manufactures. The rules of the House assign 13. A Committee on Agriculture. no special duties to these 14. A Committee on Indian Affairs. Commillees.

15. A Committee on Military Affairs, to take into consideration all subjects relating to the military establishment, and public defence; and also, to report, from time to time, such measures as may contribute to economy and accountability in the said establishment.

16. A Committee on the Militia, to take into eonsideration all subjects in relation to the Militia of the United States.

17. A Committee on Naval Affairs, to take into consideration all matlers which concern the waval establishment; and, also, to report, from time to time, such measures as may contribute to economy and accountability in the said establishment.

18. A Committee on Foreign Affairs, to take into consideration all matters which concern the relations of the United States with foreign nations.

19. Å Committee on the Territories, to examine into their legislative, civil, and criminal proceedings, and to devise and report in the House, such means as, in their opinion, may be necessary to secure the rights and privileges of residents and non-residents.

20. A Commiitee on Revolutionary Pensions, to take into consideration all matters respecting pensions for services in the revolutionary war, other than invalid pensions.

21. A Committee on Invalid Pensions, to take into consideration all matters respecting invalid pensions.

22. A Committee on Roads and Canals, to take into consideration all petitions and matters or things relating to roads and canals, and the improvement of the vavigation of rivers.

23. A Committee of Revisal and Unfinished Business, to examine and report what laws have, or are near expiring, and require to be revived or further continued ; also, to examine and report from the journal of last session, all such matters as were then depending and undetermined.

24. A Committee of Accounts, to superintend and control the expenditures of the contingent fund of the House of Representatives, and to audit and settle all accounts which may be charged thereon ; and, also, to audit the accounts of the members for their travel to and from the Seat of Government, and their attendance in the House.

Committees on so much of the Public Accounts and Expenditures25. As relate to the Department of State ; ) These six committees are 26. As relate to the Treasury Department; appointed at the com27. As relate to the Department of War; mencement of a Con. 23. As relate to the Navy Department;

gress, and continue to 29. As relate to the Post Office ;

the first session of the 30. As relate to the Public Builings;

succeeding Congress.

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