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Tait, Mr. attended,
Talbot, Mr. attended,

60
Tappan, Arthur, petition of, presented,
Taylor, Mr. attended,
leave of absence,

333
Tennessee, resolution of the legislature of the State of,
communicated,

177
instructions of the legislature of the State
of, communicated,

177
same,

183
Thaxter, Levi, and others, petition of, presented, 464
Thomas, John A. petition of, presented,

53
rejected,

120
Thompson, John, petition of, presented,

38
leave to withdraw his petition, 281
Thompson, Mr. attended,

46
Thompson, Lathrop, and others, petition of, presented, 144
Tichenor, Mr. attended,

3
credentials and oath,

5
Tilton, James, petition of, presented,

81
Torrey, Jesse, jun. memorial of, presented,

362
committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

613
Transportation and opening the mail on the Sabbath,
remonstrating against the,

47, 53, 73, 84
Trinity church in Georgetown, petition of, presented, 85
Turner, Mr. attended,

25
Tyson, Mary S. leave to withdraw her petition, 107

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Upton, Samuel, and Thomas Adams, petition of, pre-
sented,

committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

526

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Van Ness, John P. and others, memorial of, presented, 256
Varnum, Mr. attended,

3
Verjon, B. E. petition of, presented,

196
Virginia, resolution of the legislature of, proposing to

cede to the United States the North-western Ter-
ritory, communicated,

49
Virginia, resolutions of the State of, communicated, 521

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Wait, Thomas B. and Sons, memorial of, presented, 112
Waln, Robert, and others, memorial of, presented, 464
Washington, memorial of the corporation of the city
of, presented,

217
Watson, James P. petition of, presented,

139
rejected, and leave to withdraw bis petition, 157
Wells, Mr. attended,

78
White, Robert, petition of, presented,

64
Wilheluni, John Philip, petition of, presented,

198
Williams, Mr. attended,

4
credentials and oath,

5
Willis, Walter, and others, memorial of, presented, 125

committee discharged from the further
consideration thereof,

170
Wilmington, memorial of the borough of, presented,

198
Wilson, Mr. attended,

4
credentials and oath,

5
Wilson, Edward, petition of, presented,

133
Wolf, James D. petition of, presenteil,

87
Wolcott, Talcott, petition of presented,

128
rejected,

417
Worthington, Thomas, governor of Ohio, letter from, 126
Wrighter, Jacob, petition of, presented,

85

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Yeas and Nays, on passing to third reading bill to regu-

late commerce according to the con-
vention between the United States
and Great Britain,

99
on amending bill laying additional du-
ties on importations,

130
on passage of said bill,

135
on amending bill to authorize the pay-

ment for property lost, captured, or
destroyed by the enemy,

137
on passing to third reading bill laying

a duty on imported salt, and for other
purposes,

153
on passage
of said bill, .

157
on postponing bill to reward the officers
and crew of brig Argus,

166
on postponing bill concerning the con-

vention to regulate commerce with
Great Britain,

168
on amendments to said bill, 172, 173,

174, 175
on final passage resolution to indemnify

the sureties of commodore John
Rodgers,

187
on agreeing to report of committee on
petitions of Nicholas Boilevin and
others,

180
on amending bill to reduce the direct
tax,

230, 231, 232, 249, 250,

251, 252, 253, 254
on final passage said bill,

255
on postponing bill for the construction
of roads and canals,

237, 404

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Yeas and Nays on passing to the third reading a pro-

posed amendment to the Constitu-
tion of the United States,

242
on passing to third reading bill relating

to settlers on the lands of the Unit-
ed States,

266
on passing to third reading bill for the
relief of John Thompson,

276
on committing bill to change the mode

of compensation to the members of
Congress,

284
on amending said bill,

293, 294
on passing to third reading said bill, 294
on final passage said bill,

296
on passing to third reading bill orphan

asylum of the city of Washington, 290
on amending bill making further provi-

sion for military services during the

late war, and for other purposes, 316, 415
on passing said bill to third reading, 424
on final passage said bill, 435 and 437
on re-considering said vote,

436
on committing resolution to amend the

Constitution of the United States,
with instructions,

317
on amending said resolution,

319
on postponing said resolution,

320
on postponing bill for calling forth the
militia,

324
on amending bill to regulate the post-

office establishment, 326, 327, 328, 332
on amending bill to incorporate the sub-

scribers to the bank of the United
States, 345, 346, 356, 360, 361,

366, 367, 368, 374, 376, 377
on passing to third reading said bill, 378
on final passage said bill,

385

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Yeas and Nays on amending bill dividing the State of

Pennsylvania into two judicial dis-
tricts,

393
on postponing resolution to amend the

Constitution of the United States,

for the removal of the judges, 398
on final passage bill for the benefit of

the widow and children of Robert
Fulton, deceased,

401
on amending bill providing for the in-

crease of the salaries of the officers
of government,

425
on final passage bill concerning the Dis-
trict of Columbia,

435
on amending bill to change the duty on
domestic spirits,

441
on amending bill for the admission of

the Indiana Territory into the Union
as a State,

443
on motion to adjourn for want of a
quorum,

444, 530
on amending resolution relative to ma-

jor general Harrison and governor
Shelby,

453, 512
on amending bill for the liquidation of

certain claims and for other purposes, 455
on amending bill supplementary to the

act laying a direct tax upon the U-
nited States, .

458
on motion to reconsider the vote on

passing to third reading bill for liqui-
dation of certain claims and for other
purposes,

467
on amending bill to regulate the duties
on imports and tonnage, 469, 479, 480,

488, 489, 490, 495, 496,
497, 498, 502, 503, 504

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