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Le Barron, Francis, memorial of, presented,

report by bill,
Lee, Roswell, and James Stubblefield, petition of, pre-

sented,
Leiper, Thomas, and others, memorial of, presented,
Letter from the committee offering the new building on

Capitol Hill to Congress, for their accommodation,
Same, with the accounts of expenditures, showing the

amount of the cost thereot,
Letter from the commissioner of the general land office,

relating to a certain report transmitted to the House

of Representatives,
Levins, James, petition of, presented,
Levy court of the eounty of Washington, in the District

of Columbia, memorial of, presented,
Livingston, Cornelia, and others, petition of, presented,

committee discharged from the further considera-

tion thereof,
Longden, John, and others, petition of, presented,

same,
committee discharged from the further considera-

tion thereof,
Longstreth, Thomas M. and others, memorial of, pre-

sented,
Lovewell, Robert, petition of, presented,

committee discharged from the further considera-

tion thereof,
Louisiana, resolutions of the legislature of the State of

disagreeing to proposed amendments to the Consti-
tution of the United States,

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Macon, Mr. attended,

his credentials and oath,
Mason, Mr. of New-Hampshire, attended, ·

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Mason, Mr. of Virginia, attended,

103

336
Marquand, Joseph, memorial of, presented,

committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

609
Massachusetts, instructions of the legislature of, com-
municated,

224
bible society of, petition of, presented, 239
M'Clellan, Matthew W. petition of, presented,

109
committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

609
M'Connell, Matthew, memorial of, presented,

295
committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

610
M‘Mullin, John, and others, petition of, presented, 71
Mechanics' Relief Society, of Alexandria, petition of,
presented,

65
Same,

72
Merchants' Bank of Alexandria, petition of, presented, 58
Message from the President of the United States
at opening session,

11-24
communicating copies of a proclamation, no-

tifying the convention concluded with
Great Britain,

57
communicating the report of the director of
the mint,

74
recommending the confirmation of a grant of a

certain tract of land, to general Jackson,
and others,

100
recommending that other lands be designated

towards satisfying land bounties promised to
soldiers of the late army,

151
transmitting a statement of the militia of the
United States,

279
transmitting a statement of proceedings on the

road from Cumberland, in the State of Ma-
ryland, to the State of Ohio,

289

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Message from the House of Representatives-

returning the bill, entitled " An act in addition

to an act to regulate the post-office establish-

ment,"together with the amendments thereto, 358
from the President of the United States
transmitting a report of the Secretary of the
Treasury,

. 391
from the House of Representatives-
requesting the honourable Nathan Sanford, a

member of the Senate, may be permitted to
attend before a committee of the House, to
be examined touching the subject relating
to the alleged misconduct of judge Tall-
madge,

407
announcing the death of the honourable Rich-

ard Stanford, a member of the House, 416
from the President of the United States-
recommending the establishment of a patent

office,
transmitting copies of a convention concluded

between the United States and the Chero-
kee Indians,

478
Metropolis, Bank of the petition of, presented, 63

committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

609
Middlesex canal, memorial of the proprietors of, pre-
sented,

328
committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

461
Miller, Hunting, and others, petition of, presented, · 156
Milnor, James, in hehalf of the American Conrention

for promoting the Abolition of Slavery, memorial
of, presented,

218
committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

484
Mississippi Territory, memorial of the legislature of,
presented,

28

423

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Mississippi Territory, memorial of the legislature of,
presented,

51
committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

613
Mississippi Territory, letter from the Speaker of the

House of Representatives of the, communicated, 106
Mitchell, Richard, petition of, presented,

127
Money, George, and others, memorial of presented, 114
Morgan, Joseph C. attorney in fact, for Xaverio Naudi,
petition of, presented,

25
Morrow, Mr. attended,

27
Motion for referring to select committees the message of
the President of the United States,

29
for Senators to be annually furnished with a co-

py of the register of the officers of the army
and navy,

34
amended and agreed to,

38
that the Secretary of the Senate cause to be

procured ffty additional copies of certain
documents,

50
for referring to a select committee, so much of

the message of the President of the United
States as relates to American Beamen, 52
withdrawn,

59
that a committee be appointed to inquire into

the expediency of selling a lot, situated in
the town of Knoxville,

67
agreed to,

68
for instructing the committee on military af-

fairs, relative to lands due for bounties to
the soldiers enlisted during the late war,

67
agreed to,

70
for the appointment of a committee to inquire

into the propriety of increasing the salaries
of the officers of the Senate,

73
agreed to,

75

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Motion for the appointment of a committee to inquire

into the expediency of revising and digest-
ing the several acts of Congress on the sub-
ject of naturalization,

77
agreed to,

79
to refer to the Secretary of the Treasury the
memorial of John Holker,

76
to refer the petition of Sarah Jarvis and others,
to same,

84
to print certain documents relative to public
roads and canals,

87
for the appointment of a committee to inquire

whether any provision is necessary for au-
thorizing the payment of the sums which the
members of Congress are en itled to receive
· in compensation for their services,

90, 93
postponed,

108
to refer the petition of James Jewett to the Se-

cretary of the Treasury,.
to refer the petition of William Garrett to the
Secretary of the Navy,

98
to print certain documents relating to the Che-

sapeake and Delaware canal company, 150
directing the Secretary of the Treasury to re-

port on the condition of the several incorpo-
rated banks, within the District of Colum-
bia,

155
agreed to,

165
directing the Secretary of the Navy to commu-

nicate certain information relative to the
ship Cyane and other prizes,

160
agreed to,

162
that the Secretary of the Senate procure, for
their use, copies of certain books,

185
to add a member to a committee,

220

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