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Wirt, John T. for the relief of.
I r. 285, 2 r. and com. 288, rep. 343, 350, 3 r. and pas. 354,

ex. 361, s. 365, pr. 368, ap. 405.

Wise, George S. for the relief of.
1 r. 80, 2 r. and com. 82. rep. 94, 102, 105, recom. 108, rep.

176, postponed, 195.

Y.

Yazoo claimants, further supplementary to the act

providing for the indemnification of the.
1 r. 165, 2 r. 171, 195, 205, recom. 210, rep. 258, 276, 31.

and pas. 281, 476, 481, ex. 482, s. 484, pr. 514, ap. 515.
Young King, a chief of the Seneca tribe of Indians,

for the relief of.
1 r. 451, 2 r. and com. 462, rep. 473, 564, 3 r. and pas. 569,

ex. 597, s. 612, pr. 613, ap. 629.
Bissell, Abel, and others, petition of, presented,

37
Boilevin, Nicholas, petition of, called up,

103
rejected,

183
Bowen, Benjamin G. and others, petition of, presented, 191

committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

613
Briggs, Isaac, petition of, presented,

127
Brigham, Elijah, death of announced,

216
Brown, Mr. attended,

5
Burneston, Isaac, and others, petition of, presented, $7
Burrell, James, jun. and others, petition of, presented, 51

C.

Caldwell, John, petition of, presented,
Campbell, Mr. attended,

his credentials and oath,
Cannon, John, and others, petition of, presented,

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called up,

Carroll, Daniel, of Duddington, and others, petition of,
presented,

346
report by bill,

352
Carter, Alfred M. petition of, presented,

169
Caton, Richard, and others, memorial of, presented, 122

committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

609
Central Bank of Georgetown and Washington, peti-
tion of, presented, .

211
committee discharged from the fur-
ther consideration thereof,

609
Cbace, Mr. attended,

3
Chaplains,

27, 30, 31
Charleston, memorial of the city council of, presented, 91
Chittenden, James, and Henry Duhbron, petition of,

161
committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

610
Clay, Henry, Speaker of the House of Representatives, 10
Clerk of the House of Representatives elected,

10
Coffee, John, jun. and others, petition of, presented, 491
Coles, Willet, petition of, presented,

241
leave to withdraw his petition,

344
Columbian Insurance Company of Alexandria, petition
of, presented,

62
committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

609
Committee, to notify the President of the United States
of a quorum,

6, 10
reported,

10
to inquire and report upon the state of the

new building on Capitol Hill, offered to
Congress for their accommodation,
made report,

27
agreeably to 42d rule,

7
for enrolled bills, ,

8

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7, 10
28, 51

32

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Committee agreeably to 22d rule,

8
for arrangements in the library, 8, 9, 10
on petition of Joseph C. Morgan, attorney in
fact for Xaverio Naudi,

23
made report,


on petition of Jacob Babbitt,

26
on the memorial of the legislature of the

Mississippi Territory,
on foreign affairs,
on the militia,

ib
on military affairs,

ib
on naval affairs,

33
on finance and an uniform national currency, ib

communicated sundry documents, 50
on manufactures,

33
on roads and canals,

ib
on a national seminary of learning within
the District of Columbia,

34
on the petition of John Duckworth, junior,
and others,

37
on the petition of John Thompson,

39
on the petition of the mayor, aldermen, and

inhabitants of the city of New-Orleans, 40
on the petition of the orphan asylum of the
city of Washington,
report by bill,

272
to inquire into the justice and expediency

of extending relief to officers and soldiers
of Virginia, of revolutionary war,

48
on petitions remonstrating against the trans-

portation and opening the mail on the
Sabbath,

53
on the petition of Thomas Murray,

discharged from the further considera-
tion thereof,

500
on the petition of Walter Lewis,

58

43

57

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75

Committee on the petition of William Farris, senior, 58

discharged from the further considera.
tion thereof,

566
on the memorial of the legislature of the In-
diana Territory,

62
on the petition of David Porter,

63
on the petition of Sarah Jarvis, and others, 64
discharged,

84
on the petition of Robert White,

64
on the petition of John Longden, and others, 65
to inquire into the expediency of selling a

lot, situated in the town of Knoxville, 69
on the petition of John L. Pierson,

72
to inquire into the propriety of increasing

the salaries of the officers of the Senate,
to inquire into the expediency of revising

and digesting the several acts of Congress
on the subject of naturalization,

79
on the petition of James Tilton,

81
discharged,

163
on the petition of Charles King, and others, 85
report, by bill,

96
on the memorial of the levy court of the

county of Washington, in the District of
Columbia,

88
on the memorial of the city council of
Charleston,

91
on the petition of Thomas Law, and others, 111
on the memorial of Thomas B. Wait and
Sons,

113
made report,

143
report, by bill,

156
on the memorial of Francis Le Barron, 114
to inquire in the provisions relative to the
payment of pensions,

118
on the memorial of the corporation of the
city of New York,

126

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Committee on the petition of Richard Mitchell, 127
made report,

154
on the petition of Isaac Briggs,

127
report, by bill,

353
on the petition of Harman Hendricks, 134
discharged,

142
to inquire into the expediency of dividing

the State of Pennsylvania into two judi-
cial districts,

146
report, by bill,

220
on the petition of Walter Jones, and others, 161
of conference,

183, 186, 223, 232,

622, 623, 631, 639
to inquire into the expediency of extending

to all settlers on public lands, certain
privileges,

185
on the petition of B. E. Verjon,

196
report, by bill,

200
on the petition of John Philip Wilhelmi, 198
on the proceedings on the death of the late
George Washington,

202
member added,

220
on the memorial of the American conven-
tion for promoting the abolition of slavery, 218

discharged from the further conside-
ration thereof,

484
on the petition of Harriet Fulton,

220
on the subject of unchartered banks within
the District of Columbia, .

241
on the memorial of John Holker, 227, 267
on the petition of George Rossier and others, 245
report by bill,

258
to inquire into the propriety of making fur-

ther provision for arming and equipping
the body of the militia,

270

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