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Motion for the appointment of a committee on the sub-

ject of unchartered banks within the Dis-
trict of Columbia,

223
amended and agreed to,

241
for the appointment of a committee to confer

with the person appointed to superintend
the reconstruction and repairs of the capitol, 257
amended and agreed to,

259
for the appointment of a committee to inquire

into the propriety of making further provi-
sion for arming and equipping the body of
the militia,

266
agreed to,

270
to refer to the Secretary for the Department of

War, the memorial of the corporation of the
city of New-York,

271
to instruct the naval committee relative to

the valuation of the ship of war,
Cyane,"

273
agreed to,

289
for the appointment of a committee to inquire

into the propriety of altering the location of
a certain road,

278
agreed to,

283
to refer to a committee the memorial of Ferdi-
nando Fairfax,

285
to instruct the committee on finance to inquire

into the expediency of augmenting the sa-
laries of the judges of the supreme court,

297, 302
postponed,

338
to refer to the committee on military affairs the

report of the Secretary at War, on the mi-
litary peace establishment,

300, 306
withdrawn,

311

is the

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Motion to refer to the militia committee the message of

the President of the United States, trans-
mitting a statement of the militia of the
United States,

304
agreed to, .

311
for instructing a committee to inquire into the

propriety of authorizing the State of Ohio
to dispose of a part of a certain reservation
in the county of Jackson,

308
for instructing the committee appointed relative

to private banking associations in the Dis-
trict of Columbia to inquire into the expedi-
ency of providing for the more effectual pay.
ment of specie by the banks in said dis-
trict,

309
agreed to,

311
for instructing the committee on roads and ca-

nals to inquire into the expediency of laying
out a certain national or military road, 310
committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

461
for information in relation to the proceedings in

pursuance of the act to provide for survey.
ing the coasts of the United States, 335
agreed to,

343
instructing the committee on military affairs to

inquire into the propriety of granting boun-
ty lands to disabled officers,

348
amended and agreed to,

352
that the Secretary be directed to inform the

House of Representatives that an omission
has taken place in engrossing the amend-
ments to the bill entitled “ an act in addi-
tion to an act to regulate the post-office es-
tablishment," and request the return of said
bill,

357

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Motion for instructing the committee on roads and ca.

nals, in relation to the great coastwise canal
and river navigation company,

357
agreed to,

363
committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

461
for instructing a committee to ascertain and re-i

port the actual number of inbabitants in the
Territories of Indiana and Mississippi, re-
spectively,

378
amended and agreed to,

386
directing the Secretary of War to report a

statement of the sums expended for the
purchase or manufacture of arms and mili-
tary equipments for the militia,

384
for excluding foreigners from the naval and

merchant service of the United States, and
for compelling merchant vessels to have on
board a certain number of apprentices, 390
withdrawn,

397
directing the Secretary of War to lay before

the Senate a statement of the military es.
tablishment,
agreed to,

413
relative to the attendance of the honourable Na-

than Sanford, before the committee of the
House of Representatives,

410
amended and agreed to,

434
to re-consider the vote on passing to third read-

ing the bill, entitled “ An act for the liqui-
dation of certain claims, and for other pur-
poses,"

467
directing the Secretaries of War and Navy to

make a report on the subject of the great
coast wise canal and river navigation com-
pany,

500
amended and agreed to,

506

408

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directing the Secretaries of the Departments to

report jointly, a plan to insure the annual
settlement of the public accounts, and a
more certain accountability of the public
expenditure,

506
Murray, Thomas, petition of, presented,

57
committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

500

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New Hampshire, petitions of sundry inhabitants of, pre-
sented,

329
New-Manchester, petition of a number of the widows,
orphans, and females of, presented,

145
New-Orleans, petition of the mayor, aldermen, and in-
habitants of the city of, presented,

40
New-Orleans navigation company, memorial of, pre-
sented,

42
New-York, memorial of the corporation of the city of,
presented,

126
same,

465
Nicholas, Cyprian, and others, petition of, presented, 34
Notice of a bill,

50, 145, 188, 199, 222, 265,

330, 356, 414, 422, 588
Nourse, Joseph, memorial of, presented,

447

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Ohio, resolutions passed by the legislature of State of,

communicated,
instructions of,

ditto,
O'Neale, William, and Robert Taylor, petition of, pre-

sented,

126
178

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O'Neil, Bernard, petition of, presented,

427
committee discharged from the further consi-
deration thereof,

610
Orphan asylum of the city of Washington, petitiop of,
presented,

43
Otis, John, attorney of William Otis, petition of, pre-
sented,

362

P.

Parke, Solomon, and others, petition of, presented,
Patriotic bank of Washington, memorial of, presented, 288

committee discharged from the further consider-
ation thereof,

609
Patterson, William, and Robert, petition of, presented, 329

committee discharged from the further consider-
ation thereof,

447
Pennsylvania, legislature of the State of, instructions to

their Senators and Representatives in Congress,
communicated,

146
Philadelphia, memorial of the bible society of, presented, 218
rejected,

399
memorial of the manufacturers of shot in the
city of, presented,

381
memorial of a large number of manufactur-

ers and mechanics of the city of, pre-
sented,

394
Pierson, John L. petition of, presented,

71
leave to withdraw his petition,

198
Porter, David, petition of, presented,

63
Putman, Benjamin, petition of, presented,

219
committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

609

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Quorum formed,

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