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Names.

States.

Miles.

1st Session. 2d Session.

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George McDuffie........

Po......... South Carolina..
Jeremiah McLene........ Ohio.......
Jonatha. McCarty

....... Indiana
Johu McKinley.... Alabama.....
Charles F. Mercer.. Virginia
Henry Mitchell.

New York........
Jesse Miller.....

Pennsylvania John J. Milligana

Delaware Phineas Miner...

Connecticut......
Robert Mitchell.

Ohio.......
John J. Morgan...... New York....
Samuel McD. Mooie..... Virginia
Henry A. Muhlenberg.... Pennsylvania
John Murphy ........ Alabama .........
Gayton P. Osgood.... Massachusetts
Gorham Parks....

Maine...........
Sherman Page........ New York
James Parker...... New Jersey
Jobn M. Palton..... Virginia........
William Patterson.. Ohio...........
Franklin Pierce

New Hampshire.. Dutee J. Pearce..

Rhode Island.... Balie Peyton......

Teunessee
Job Pierson.......

New York.......
Henry L. Pinckney. South Carolina ..
David Potts, Jr...... Pennsylvania
Patrick H. Pope... Kentucky
Janies K. Polk.....

Tennessee ........
Franklin E. Plumnier ..... Mississippi
Stephen C. Philips..... Massachusetts....
Francis Pickens....... South Carolina..
Robert Ramsay..

Pennsylvania
John Reed.....

Massachusetts....
Abraham Reucher.. North Carolina..
John Robertson... Virginia..
Johu Reynolds....

Illinois...
Dudley Selden....

New York........
Ferdinand S. Schenck. New Jersey
Andrew Stewart.......... Pennsylvania
John N. Steele..

Marylaud..
A. Stevenson, (Speaker.). Virginia.
William B. Shepard....

North Carolina.. Augustine H, Shepperd... North Carolina... Jesse Speight..........

North Carolina.. James Standeser..........

Tennessee........ David Spangler

Ohio... William Slade......

Vermont.......... Charles Slade..

Illinois.

620 2,184 00 435 2,036 00 1,092 00 860 2,376 001,432 00 1120 2,584 00 1,640 00

40 1,720 00 776 00 562 2,137 601,193 60 142 1,801 60 857 60 117 1,781 60 837 60 400

1,064 00 375 1,988 00 1,044 00 240

986 00 210 1,856 00 912 00

190 1,340.00 896 00 1020 2,504 00/1,552 00 525 2,108 00 1,196 00 750 2,288 00 1,344 00 510 2,096 00 1,168 00 215 1,860 00 916 00 55 1,732 00

788 00 420 2,024 00 1,080 00 575 2,136 00 1,204 00 521 2,088 80|1,160 80 700 12,248 00 1,296 00 418 2,022 40 1,078 40 '680 2,232 00/1,288 00 160 1,816 00 872 00 750 2,288 00 1,344 00 746 2,284 80/1 340 80 2200 3,448 00 2,896 00 512

1,153 60 620

1,216 00 171

1,824 80 880 80 570 2,144 0011,200 00 430 2,032 00/1,088 00 123

842 40 1550

1,984 00 240

1,880 00 210

1,856 00 912 00 250 1,888 00 944 00 150 304 00 864 00 123 3,026 40 289 1,919 20 975 20 380 2,008 001,048 00 375 1,988 00 1,044 00 650 2,208 00 1,264 00 430 2,032 001,088 00 530 2,112 00/1,168 00 1550 12,928 001

Names.

States.

Miles.

1st Sersion. 2d Session.

Dolls. Dolls.

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Ambrose Sevier........... Arkansas Ter'y.. 2215 3,469 00 2,700 00 Francis O. J. Smith...

Maine...........

620 2,184 00 1,240 00 Williain N. Shinn........ New Jersey

170 1,824 00

880 00 John T. Stoddert...... Maryland..

55 1,736 00 1,348 00 William Schley.

Georgia,.... 600 2,168 00 1,224 00 Jonathan Sloane.... Ohio.......

400 2,008 001,064 00 Joel B. Sutherland..... Pennsylvania

150 1,808 00

864 00 William Taylor....... New York... 536 2,116 80 1,172 80 Williain P. Taylor.... Virginia.

65 1,740 00 796 00 Saniuel Tweedy.

Connecticut. 305 1,932 00 988 00 Francis Thomas.......... Maryland....... 43 1,722 40 778 40 Philemon Thomas..... Louisiana ........ 2300 3,528 00 2,584 00 Christopher Tompkins. Kentucky..

820 2,344 00 1,400 00 John Thoinson...

Ohio ............. 310 1,936 00 992 00 Joseph Trumbull..........

Connecticut......

400

1,064 00 Joel Turrill......... New York......... 580 2,152 00 1,136 00 James Turner..... Maryland......... 61 1,736 80

792 80 Aaron Vanderpoel..... New York...... 385 1,996 00 1,052 00 Isaac B. Van Houten.... New York.

280 1,912 00 968 00 Joseph Vance...

Ohio......

500 2,088 00 1,144 00 Samuel F. Vinton

Ohio.....

430 2,032 00 1,088 00 Aaron Ward....... New York.... 273 11,906 40 962 40 Daniel Wardwell..

New York...... 568 2,142 40 1,198 40 Reuben Whallon.

New York...... 614 2,179 20 1,235 20 David D. Wagener. Pennsylvania 206 1,852 80 903 80 John G. Watmough Pennsylvania.. 150 1,808 00 1,424 00 James M. Wayne ..... Georgia....

8082,334 40 998 40 Taylor Webster..........

Ohio.....

520 2,104 00 1,160 00 Campbell P. White...... New York.... 240 1,880 00 936 001 Frederick Whittlesey.. New York.

640 2,200 00 1,232 00 Elisha Whittlesey.

Ohio......

341 1,960 80 1,576 80 Edgar C. Wilson..... Virginia

277 | 1,909 60 965 60 Henry A. Wise.... Virginia.... 300 1,928 00 984 00 Lewis Williams...... North Carolina.. 390 2,000 Co11,056 00 Richard H. Wilde..... Georgia

600 2,168 00 1,224 00 Edward D. White.... Louisiana......

2464 3,659 20 Joseph M. White..... Florida Ter'y.... 1891 2,984 80 2,256 80 Ebenezer Young.

Connecticut

415 1 2,020 00 1,076 00

NOTE. The miles in the foregoing table shows the distance of the residence of the member from the City of Washington, for which he is allowed by law forty cents per mile going and returning.

The first session of the 23d Congress commenced on the 2d day of December, 1833, and ended on the 30th day of June, 1834, was continued for two hundred and eleven days.

The second session conimenced on the 1st day of December, 1834, ended on the 3d day of March, 1835, continued for ninety-three days.

In the second session is included compensation for seventy days detention on the Post Office Committee, to Mr. Everett, of Vermont, Mr. Beardsley, of New York, Mr. W'atmough, of Pennsylvania, Mr. Stoddert, of Maryland, Mr. Connor, of North Carolina, Mr. Hawes, of Kentucky, and Mr. Whittlesey, of Ohio.

Table showing the dates of the commencement and termination of each Session of Congress,

held according to the Constitution and Laws, with the number of days in each session, oc,

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Year of Independence.

Number of days in each Session.

Speakers of the House of

Representatives,

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Fred. A. Muhlenberg. Jonathan Trumbull. Fred. A.Muhlenberg. Jonathan Dayton.

4

5

2 3

Jonathan Dayton.

6

Dec

Theodore Sedgwick.

26

Naihaniel Macon.

8

210 221

88 198 118 190 121 178 89 57 246

90 165 107 148

88 163 119 141

93 183 117

38 156

91 216 122

71 134 166 149

92 141

Nathaniel Macon.

9

2

Nathaniel Macon.

10

2

Josepla B. Varnum.

11

2

Joseph B. Varnum.

Mar. 4, 1789 Sept. 29, 1789 | 13 Jan. 4, 1790 Aug. 12, 1790

14 Dec. 6, 1790 Mar. 3, 1791 | 15 Oct. 24, 1791 May

8, 1792 16 Nov. 5, 1792 Mar. 2, 1793

17 Dec. 2, 1793 June 9, 1794 18 Nov. 3, 1794 Mar. 3, 1795 | 19 Dec. 7, 1795 June

1, 1796 20 Dec. 5, 1796 Mar. 3, 1797

21 May 15, 1797 July 10, 1797 21 Nov. 13, 1797 | July 16, 1798 | 22 Dec. 3, 1798 Mar. 3, 1799

23 2, 1799 | Mar. 14, 1800 | 24 Nov. 17, 1800 Mar., 3, 1801 25 Dec. 7, 1801 May

3, 1802 Dec. 6, 1802 Mar. 3, 1803 27 Oct. 17, 1803 Mar. 27, 1804

28 Nov. 5, 1801 Mar. 3, 1805 29 Dec. 2, 1805 April 21, 1806 30 Dec. 1, 1806 Mar.

3, 1807 31 Oct. 26, 1807 April 25, 1808 32 Nov.

7, 1908 Mar. 3, 1809 33 May 22, 1809 June 28, 1809 33 Nov. 27, 1809 May

1, 1810 | 31 Dec. 3, 1810 Mar. 3, 1811 35 Nov. 4, 1811 July

6, 1812 36 Nov. 2, 1812 Mar. 3, 1813 37 May 24, 1813 Aug. 2, 1813 37 Dic. 6, 1813 April 18, 1814 38 Sep. 19, 1814 Mar. 3, 1815

39 Dec. 4, 1815 April 30, 1816 40 Dec 2, 1816 Mar. 3. 1817 41 Dec. 1, 1817 April 20, 1818 Nov. 16, 1818 Mar.

3, 1819 43 Dec. 6, 1819 May 15, 1820 44 Nov. 13, 1820 Mar.

3, 1821 45 Dec. 3, 1821 May

8, 1822

46 Dec. 2, 1822 | Mar. 3, 1823 47 Dcc. 1, 1823 May 27, 1824 48 Dec. 6, 1824 | Mar. 3, 1825 49 Dec. 5, 1825 May 22, 1826 50 Dec 4, 1826 Mar

3, 1827

51 Dec. 3, 1827 May 26, 1828 52 Dec. 1, 1828 Mar.

3, 1829 53 Dec. 7, 1829 May 31, 1830 54 Dec. 6, 1830 Mar.

3, 1831

55 Dec. 5, 1831 July 14, 1832 56 Dec. 3, 1832 Mar. 3, 1833 57 Dec. 2, 1833 June 30, 1834 58 Dec. 1, 1834 | Mar. 3, 1835 | 59

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DEPARTMENT OF STATE. JOHN FORSYTH, of Georgia, Secretary, $6000 per annum.

The Department of State was created by the act of 15th September, 1789. Previous to that period, by act of 27th July, 1789, it was denominated the Department of Foreign Affairs. The Secretary is, ex-officio, a Cominissioner of the Sinking Fund, and, by usage, a member of the cabinet. He conducts the negotiation of all treaties between the United States and foreign powers; and corresponds, officially, with the public ministers of the United States at foreign courts, and with the ministers of foreign powers resident in the United States. He performs also the main duties of what, in other Governments, is called the Home Department. He has the charge of the seal of the United States, but cannot affix it to any commission until sigued by the President, nor to any other instrument or act, without the special authority of the Presi. dent. He is, by law, entrusted with the publication and distribution of all the acts and resolutions of Congress, and all treaties with foreign nations and Indian tribes. He preserves, also the original of all laws and treaties and of public correspondence growing out of the intercourse between the United States and foreign nations ; and is required to procure and preserve copies of the statutes of the several States. He grants passports to American citizens visiting foreign countries; preserves the evidence of copy rights, and has control of the office which issues patents for useful inventions. He holds his office at the will of the President.

CLERKS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. ASBURY DickiXS, Chief Clerk.

$2000 00 William S. Derrick............

160000 Aaron Ogden Daylon...... Diplomatic Bureau.. 1500 00 William Hunter, Jr........

1400 00 Francis Markoe, Jr........

1400 00 Benjamin C. Vail......

Consular Bureau......... 1400 00 Thomas W. Dickins...

1000 00 Andrew T. McCormick..

1400 00 George Hill...................

1400 00 Home Bureau.... Robert Smith Chew..........

900 CO Jacob Broom...................

800 00 Thomas P. Jones, Keeper of Archives..

.. 1400 00 Robert Greenhow, Translator and Librarian..

. 1600 00 Edward Stubbs, Disbursing agent*.

.. 1450 00 Jonas P. Keller.....

700 00 } Messengers.... John Gibbons..

350 00 * Mr. Stubbs is also Superintendent of the building occupied by the Department, for which he receives an annual compensation of 8250.

PATENT OFFI H. L. ELLSWORTH, Superintendent....

$1500 00 Thomas Johns, Clerk..

1000 00 Robert Mills, Clerk....

...1000 00 John J. Roane, Clerk..............................

800 00 Charles M. Keller, Machinist.

700 00 Henry Bishop, Messenger......................

400 00

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PATENTS. (The following acts in relation to Patents were passed at the last session of Congress. Though modifications of the patent law in these special cases only, they will probably be found useful for future reference.) An Act to authorise the Secretary of State to issue lellers patent to James

Jones.
Be il enacted by the Senate and House of

alires of the Uniled States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of State be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to issue letters patent, in the usual form, to James Jones, for his invention of “certain improvements in the making of rovings, spinning and doubling of cotton, silk, flax, and other fibrous substances," upon his complying with all the provisions of the existing laws, except so far as they require on the part of aliens a residence of two years in the United States.

Approved, March 3d, 1935. An Act lo authorise letters palent to be issued lo Francis B. Ogden.

Be il enacled by the Senate and House of Representalires of the Uniled States of America in Congress assembled, That letters patent be issued, in the usual form, to Francis B. Ogilen, a citizen of the United States, for “ an engine for producing motive power, whereby a greater quantity of power is obtained by a given quantity of fuel than hereto

fore," upon his complying with all the provisions of the several acts of Congress relative to the issuing of letters patent: Provided, That, instead of the oath required by law to be made by an inventor, it shall be sufficient for the said Francis B. Ogden to swear or affirm “ that he does verily believe ihat he, in conjunction with one John Ericsson, a subject of the King of Sweden, is the true inventor of said engine :" And prorided, also, That he shall further swear or ailirm “that the said Johu Ericsson hath made to hin a bona fide assignnent of all the right, title, and interest, of him, the said John, in and to the said invention in Jine United States of America."

SECTION 2. And be il further enacted, That the saiif letters patente and all the privileges thereby granted to the said Francis B. Ogderi, shall cease, determine, aud become absolutely null and void, without

resort to legal process, to repeal, annul, or cancel the same, in case the said Francis B. Ogdev or his assigns shall fail to introduce the said invention into public use in the United States, within ćwo years from the passing of this act, or in case of his or their omission to continue such public use in the United States for the period of one entire year at any lime after such introduction thereof.

Section 3. And be il further enacted, That no patent heretofore granted to the said Ogden and Ericsson, or to either of them, for said invention, in any foreign country, shall have the cffect to invalidate the patent to be granted under and by virtue of this aci.

Approred, March 30, 1835. An Act 10 edlend the patent of Roberl Eastman, for a further period of

Seren years. Be il enacted by the Senale and House of Representatives of the Uni. ted States of America in Congress assembled, That there be and hereby

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