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whole, the consideration of the bill entitled “ An act, for the relief of Jonathan Rogers, jun. of Waterford, in the State of Connecticut."

On motion by Mr. Daggett, Resolved, That it be re-committed to a select committee, further to consider and report thereon.

Ordered, That Mr. Daggett, Mr. Roberts, and Mr. Varnum, be the committee.

Mr. Campbell, from the committee appointed on so much of the message of the President of the United States, as relates to finance, and an uniform national currency, to whom was referred the bill entitled “ An act, to continue in force the act entitled • An act, for imposing additional duties upon all goods, wares, and merchandise, imported from any foreign port or place, and for other purposes," reported it with amendments; which were read.

Mr. Campbell, from the same committee, to whom was referred the bill, entitled “ An act, to continue in force an act entitled · An act, laying a duty on imported salt, granting a bounty on pickled fish exported, and allowances to certain vessels employed in the fisheries," reported it without amendment.

Mr. Campbell, from the committee to whom was referred the bill, entitled “ An act, to repeal so much of an act passed on the 23d day of December, 1814, as imposes additional duties on postage,” reported it without amendment.

Mr. Campbell, from the same committee, to whom was referred the bill, cntitled “ An act, con

tinuing in force certain acts, laying duties on bank notes, refined sugars, and for other purposes, also reported it without amendment.

The bill entitled “ An act, for the relief of John G. Camp,” was read a third time. Resolved, That this bill

pass. Ordered, That the Secretary notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

The Senate resumed, as in committee of the whole, the consideration of the bill, entitled “ An act, to authorize the payment for property lost, captured, or destroyed by the enemy, while in the military service of the United States,” together with the amendments reported thereto by the select committee.

On motion by Mr. Lacock, Ordered, That the further consideration thereof, be postponed until Wednesday next.

Mr. King presented the memorial of Walter Willis and others, merchants of New York, praying the continuance of the double duties on importations, to the 31st of December next; and representing the partial operation of the stamp act; and the memorial was read.

On motion by Mr. King, Ordered, That it be referred to the committee, appointed on so much of the message of the President of the United States, as relates to finance and an uniform national currency; to consider and report thereon, by bill or otherwise.

After the consideration of executive business, the Senate adjourned to eleven o'clock to-porrow morning

TUESDAY, JANUARY 30th, 1816.

The President communicated a letter from T. Worthington, governor of Ohio, with a copy of resolutions, passed by the Legislature of that State, disapproving of the amendments to the constitution of the United States, proposed by the Legislatures of the States of Massachusetts, and Connecticut; which were read.

Mr. King presented the memorial of the Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Council, of the city of New-York, praying the re-imbursement of certain sums advanced, and expended in the defence of the third military district, as stated in the memorial ; which was read.

On motion by Mr. King, Resolved, That it be referred to a select committee; to consider and report thereon, by bill or otherwise.

Ordered, That Mr. King, Mr. Varnum, and Mr. Tait, be the committee.

Mr. Williams presented the memorial of Joseph Hart, and others, of Blount county, in the State of Tennessee, remonstrating against the transportation, and opening the mail on the Sabbath ; and the memorial was read.

On motion by Mr. Williams, Ordered, That it be referred to the committee,

to whom were referred, on the 22d of December, the petitions of sundry inhabitants of Beaver county, in the State of Pennsylvania, on the same subject; to consider and report thereon, by bill or otherwise.

Mr. Williams also presented the petition of Richard Mitchell, of the county of Hawkins, in the State of Tennessee, praying remission of certain judgments obtained against him, by the United States, in the circuit court at Knoxville, in the State of Tennessee, for reasons therein stated at large; and the petition was read.

On motion by Mr. Williams, Resolved, That it be referred to a select committee, to consider and report thereon, by bill or otherwise.

Ordered, That Mr. Williams, Mr. Talbot, and Mr. Macon, be the committee.

Mr. Wells presented the petition of Isaac Briggs, praying relief in the settlement of his accounts, as surveyor of the lands of the United States, south of the State of Tennessee; and compensation for exploring and ascertaining the topography of a post route from Washington city, to New Orleans, as stated in the petition; which was read.

On motion by Mr. Wells, Resolved, That it be referred to a select committee, to consider and report thereon, by bill or otherwise.

Ordered, That Mr. Wells, Mr. Macon, and Mr. Chace, be the committee.

Mr. Goldsborough presented the memorial of Robert Gilmore and Sons, and others, citizens and merchants of Baltimore, praying a continuance of the double duties on importations to the 30th of November next; for reasons stated in the memorial; which was read.

On motion by Mr. Goldsborough, Ordered, That it be referred to the committee, appointed on so much of the message of the President of the United States, as relates to finance and an uniform national currency; to consider and report thereon, by bill or otherwise.

Mr. Daggett presented the petition of Talcott Wolcott, of Hartford, in the State of Connecticut, praying relief for an alleged violation of the nonimportation laws, as stated in the petition; which

was read.

On motion by Mr. Daggett, Ordered, That it be referred to the committee last mentioned, to consider and report thereon, by bill or otherwise.

Mr. Dana presented the memorial of D. Lyman, in behalf of the woollen manufacturers of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, praying the protection of Congress, as stated in the memorial; which was read.

On motion by Mr. Dana, Ordered, That it be referred to the committee appointed on so much of the message of the President of the United States, as relates to manufactures; to consider and report thereon, by bill otherwise.

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