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New York, military and post road from West Point to Cornwall Landing .... 327, 705

See H R. 619.
seventh regiment of, place provided in the gallery of House for..

358
change of place of holding United States district court from Roch-
ester to Canandaigua.......

381,586
See H. R. 477.
post office at Brooklyn ......

381, 830
See H. K. 713.
ship canal around the Falls of Niagara ........
trial of causes in the United States district court.....

482
amendment of act to increase and regulate terms of United States
courts for northern district of.......

516, 586
See H. R. 331 and 476.
providing for a term of United States district court at Bingbam.
ton ---- ---

See H. R 418 and 569.
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....... 521, 571, 669
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to repeal act for fortification at Willett's Point ............

See H. R. 364.
balance of appropriation for light-house at Oswego .......

See H. Res. 19.
public stores in, (see Commillees, select) ........

590
as to the practicability of making Harlem river, navigable......

591
fees charged at custom-house, for permits to land passengers' lag-
gage.......

591, 763
number and compensation of persons employed in post office at,
in delivering letters....................................

592,627
navigation at Hell Gate, in the East river..........
ou au neil Gate, in the East river..................... 603, 645. 669

See H. R. 562 and 570.
Harlem river and Spuyten Duyvel creek, in...

603, 645
See H. R. 561.
expenses of constructing breakwaters at Buffalo and Oswego.....

691
See H. R. 610,
increase and regulation of terms of courts in northern district of.

779
information in regard to the floating battery ....

793
in regard to the defalcation of I. V. Fowler, late postmaster at .. 846, 1013

death of Silas M. Burroughs, member from, announced .........
Non-resident landholders in any of the States, withdrawal of the protection of
Congress from.......

381,586
See H. R. 472.
North Carolina, members from the State of, appear, viz: L. O'B. Branch, B.

Craige, J. A. Gilmer, J. M. Leach, T. Ruffin, W. N. H.

Smith, Z. B. Vance, and W. Winslow....
oath administered to members from ..........
extinguishment of Indian title to certain lands in ..........

261
as to expediency of establishing a foundery in the valley of
Deep River ...

593
Notices of bills and joint resolutions-
By Mr. Aldrich : A Will authorizing the construction of a military post

in or near the “* Red River of the North," between
the forty-seventh and forty-ninth parallels of north
latitude ........

169
A bill to amend the act of September 28, 1850, en-

titled “An act to enable the State of Arkansas
and other States to reclaim the swamp lands with-
in their limits," so as to extend the benefits of
the same to the State of Minnesota ......

170
A bill granting to every actual settler on the public

domain who is over twenty-one years of age one
hundred and sixty acres of land, on condition of
occupancy, &c..........

170
A bill for the relief of Eben S. Hanscom ..........

327
A bill making an appropriation for the improvement

of the navigation of the Mississippi river above
the mouth of the Minnesota river.......

327

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Notices of bills and joint resolutions—Continued.
By Mr. Aldrich : A bill to establish an Indian agency in the Territory

of Jefferson..
A bill for the relief of Alfred C. Murphy and Hirain

Burlingham ...............
By Mr. Allen : A bill for the relief of the original surveyed fractional

townships numbered eight, twelve, and thirteen, in

the township of Marion, in Mercer county, Ohio..
A bill for the relief of William Y. String .......

A bill for the relief of Samuel Elson ....
By Mr. Alley: A bill granting bounty lands to certain seamen on

board ships regularly commissioned by the United States.....
By Mr. Ashley: A bill prescribing the manner in which the House of

Representatives shall be organized, and the time
within which the several officers of the House shall

be elected..................---...-...-------
A bill making an appropriation of $50,000 for the

erection of a marine hospital in the city of Toledo,
Ohio ..........
A bill making an appropriation of $30,000 for re-

moving obstructions in and at the mouth of the
Maumee river and Maumee bay, in the State of

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A bill granting a pension to Peter Navarre and Alexis

Navarre, for services in the war of 1812 and the
Indian wars on the frontiers, and pay for the time

tl ey were in the service....
A bill granting a pension to General James Co, of

Van Wert, Ohio, for services in the war of 1812 ..
By Mr. Ashmore : A bill to authorize the claimants in right of John

Huertas to enter certain lands at any land office
in the United States, being supplemental to and
in enlargement of the right conferred by the act
of Congress approved February 23, 1859, entitled
"An act to authorize the claimants in right of

John Huertas to enter certain lands in Florida."

A bill granting a pension to Major John F. Hunter.
By Mr. Avery: A bill to provide for the erection of public buildings

at the city of Memphis, Tennessee
A bill making an appropriation to erect a court-house,

post office, and pension office, at Jackson, Tenn...
A bill to provide for the erection of a marine hospital

at Memphis, Tennessee......
A bill creating an inspection district at Memphis,

Tennessee ....

A bill for the relief of R. U. Dobler..
By Mr. Babbitt: A bill for the relief of William Maxwell Wood.....

A bill making an appropriation for the protection and

preservation of the harbor of Erie, on Lake Erie..
A bill dividing the State of Pennsylvania into three

judicial districts, and establishing a district court

to be held in the city of Erie.......
A bill providing for the payment of J. N. Miller and

others for services rendered in the war of 1812...
A bill for the relief of Jabez Clark, a teamster in the

war of 1812....
A bill for the relief of J. J. Lintz ...
A bill making compensation to J. N. Miller for ser-

vices in the war of 1812 ...
By Mr. Barrett: A bill for the establishment of an assay office in the

city of St Louis, in the State of Missouri .......
A bill to remove the United States arsenal from the

city of St. Louis, and to establish the same, to.
gether with a national armory, at Jefferson bar-

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Notices of bills and joint resolutions Continued.
By Mr. Bingham: A bill to disapprove and declare null and void all

territorial statutes and parts of statutes, within
the Territory of New Mexico, which authorize,
establish, or legalize slavery or involuntary ser-
vitude therein, "except as punishment for crime

upon due conviction"..........
A bill to amend an açt entitled “ An act to regu-
·late the compensation of members of Congress,"
passed August 16, 1856, and to repeal so much of
said act and of all other acts as allows mileage
to senators, representatives, and delegates in

Congress .......
A bill for the relief of Henry Snyder, of Jefferson

county, Ohio .............................
By Mr. Boteler: A bill granting a portion of public land to the Alex.

andria, Loudoun, and Hampshire Railroad Com-
pany, in consideration of mail transportation and
other services......
A bill to provide for the construction of a railroad

and telegraph communication from a point on the
Mississippi river, south of latitude thirty-seven, to

the Pacific ocean..........
A bill for the consti uction of a bridge over the Poto-

mac river at Georgetown..
By Mr. Brabson : A bill granting bounty land to certain officers and

soldiers ......
By Mr. Briggs : A bill granting power to the assay office in New York

to coin gold and silver.......
By Mr. Buffinton: A bill for the improvement of Taunton river, in

the State of Massachusetts.........
By Mr. Burch: A bill for the purpose of aiding in the construction of

a line of railroad across that portion of the public
domain lying between the Mississippi river and the

eastern boundary of the State of California.......
A bill to establish a land office at Ukiah City, in Men-

docino county, in the State of California.........
A bill to establish a post road from Weaversville, in

Trinity county, to Summerville, in Klamath county,
in the State of California, and to provide for ser-

vice thereon........
A bill to authorize the trustees of the town of Union,

in Humboldt county, in the State of California, to

enter the town site of said town ........
A bill granting to the State of California public lands

for the purpose of aiding in the construction of

railroads therein ..........
A bill for the relief of Richard Chenery.....
A bill to authorize the common council of the town of
Crescent City, in the State of California, to purchase
the town site of said town for the use and benefit of

the inhabitants thereof.........
A bill granting a registry to the brig Adelaide.......
A bill authorizing and directing changes of venue in

certain cases in the federal courts in the State of

California .........
By Mr. Burlingame: A bill for the relief of Francis Dainese.
By Mr. Burnett: A bill establishing a board of inspectors of steam-

boat hulls and boilers at Paducah, in the State of

Kentucky ..........
A bill to abolish the franking privilege.......
A bill for the benefit of Henry Miller......
A bill amendatory of the existing laws regulating

public printing ......

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Notices of bills and joint resolutions--Continued.
By Mr. Campbell: A bill providing for a change in the bonded ware-

house system of the United States, and for the
more effectual collection of the revenue.......
A bill to provide for additional revenue to meet

the necessary expenses of government, and to
impose increased and specific duties on iron,
coal, and such other articles of American pro-
duction and labor as require protection at the

hands of the government.....
By Mr. John B. Clark : A bill to reimburse Mrs Anna B. Shepherd

and others, whose property was taken at the
massacre at Sublette Cut-off, in the summer
of 1859, in Utah Territory, and also to reim-
burse Major F. Dodge for expenses incurred

in bringing the survivors to the States....
A bill making further provision in relation to

consolidated land offices........
A bill for the relief of William W. Comp-

ton........
By Mr. Clopton: A bill, to repeal the twenty-fifth section of an act

entitled “An act to establish the judicial courts
of the United States," approved September 24,

1789.....
A bill to provide for the examination and payment

of certain claims of citizens of Georgia and Ala-
bama on account of losses sustained by depreda-

tions of the Creek Indians......
A bill making an appropriation for the erection of a

building in the city of Montgomery, Alabama, for
the use of the post office and the district court of

the United States...........................
A bill to extend the provisions of the sixth section

of an act entitled “ An act granting public land in
alternate sections to the State of Alabama to aid
in the construction of certain railroads in said
State," approved June 3, 1856, to the North and

South Alabama railroad.......
By Mr. Cobb: A bill to abolish the franking privilege....

A bill to repeal the act, approved August 16, 1856,

fixing the pay of senators and members of Con-

gress.......
A bill to repeal or modify the act, approved February

24, 1855, establishing the Court of Claims........
A bill to repeal the act known as the swamp land

act....................--
A bill to repeal the act granting pre-emptions to mail

contractors.......
A bill to confirm all entries and locations made in good

faith under the act approved March 3, 1855, granting

pre-emptions to mail contractors.........
A bill to amend the pre-emption act generally, so as to

protect beneficial settlers upon the public lands....
A bill to amend the act, approved August 4, 1854,

known as the graduation act.....................
A bill to enforce a proper construction of the word min-

imum, as used in the several acts granting lands to

States for railroad purposes......
By Mr. John Cochrane: A bill for simplifying and codifying the reve-

nue laws of the United States..........
A bill establishing the collection districts of

the United States, and designating the ports
of entry and delivery for the same, and reg-
ulating the appointment and compensa-
tion of officers of the customs......

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Notices of bills and joint resolutions Continued.
By Mr. John Cochrane: A bill to amend an act entitled “An act

to regulate the carriage of passengers in
steamships or other vessels," approved
March 3, 1855, for the better protection of

female passengers, and for other purposes.
A bill to limit pecuniary liabilities of ships

and their owners, and to punish criminally
for wilful and wanton acts in maritime

cases................................
A bill for the preservation of human life on

board of steamboats transporting passen-
gers between the city of New York and

Staten Island.......
A bill for preventing the vessels of any gov-

ernment, inclusive of those ur er subven-
tions with any such goverument, rrom car-
rying aught save bullion and specie, and
neither passengers, letters, nor freight, for

hire, under penalty of seizure, &c. .......
By Mr. Cóvode: A bill for the purpose of raising revenue to meet the

necessary expenditures of the government; to prevent frauds on the
revenue; to establish home valuations, and to inpose specific duties
on iron, coal, and such other articles as may be necessary to pro-

tect American industry....
By Mr. Curry : A bill to repeal all laws or parts of laws granting

bounties to vessels engaged in codfishing .........
A bill to establish a foundry in Shelby county, Ala-

bama.....................
By Mr. Curtis : A bill for the construction of a Pacific railroad......
By Mr. Daily: A bill to provide for the completion of the public

buildings in the Territory of Nebraska, and for other purposes....
By Mr. H. Winter Davis : A bill for the improvement of the naviga-

tion of the Patapsco river, and to render the port of Baltimore

accessible to war steamers of the United States.......
By Mr. Delano: A bill for the relief of Charles Stearns.............
By Mr. Duell: A bill for the relief of the heirs of Israel Frisbie, a

soldier of the revolution...........
A bill granting a pension to Louisa Sweetman, widow

of James Sweetman, deceased ........
A bill granting an invalid pension to Chas. W. Brooks.
A bill for the relief of Captain Jethro Bonney ........
A bill granting an invalid pension to Chauncey Hoyt.
A bill for the relief of the personal representatives of

Daniel Brown, deceased........................
A bill for the relief of Lizur B. Canfield, of the county

of Cortland, in the State of New York.......
A bill for the relief of Joseph Bates, of the county of

Cortland, in the State of New York.........
A bill to amend certain sections of the act for the re-

clamation of fugitives from labor, passed September

18, 1850........
A bill providing that one term of the district court of

the United States for the northern district of New
York shall be held annually at Binghamton, in the
county of Broome, at such time as the judge of said

district shall appoint........
A bill for the relief of the widow and heirs-at-law of

Christopher Warner, a soldier of the revolution....
A bill for the relief of the heirs of Henry Dela-

matter.......
A bill for the relief of Jay Crofoot, of the State of New

York...............................
A bill for the relief of Eben Adams, of Chenango

county, New York......

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