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House of Representatives from the First to the Forty-second Congress, inclusive --Continued.

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Committee on Com s. 14 Reported with Ordered to lie on Passed Jan. 4,
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amendment. the table.

1842. Committee of the S. 71 Favorable..... Passed May 17, Passed Jan. 18, ' Approved June 1, Whole.

1842.
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1842. Com. on Ways and s. 311 Adverse ...... . Laid on the table. Passed Aug. 11, 1.... Means.

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1842. Com. on Ways and S. 137 Favorable....... Passed March 2, Passed Feb. 28, Approved Mar. 3, Means.

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Index of bills relating to Banks, Currency, Public Debt, and Direct Taxes, &-c., presented in the

Title of bill.

No. of Congress.
No. of session.

By whom introduced. Page of Journal

A bill to repeal that part of the act of the 30th of 29 1 Mr. Ingersoll ........ 264, 520, 671, 738,
August, 1842, which imposes a duty of 20 per

753, 754, 757,
cent. ad valorem on Java coffee, and to refund

761, 762. 1140,
the discriminating tonnage duties levied on

1162, 1185, 1186
Spanish vessels (except those from Cuba and

1187, 1193, 1209.
Porto Rico) by the act of July 13, 1832, and to
probibit such duties hereafter. [Title amended:

A bill to exempt coffee imported from the
Netherlands from duty in certain cases, and for
other purposes."']
A bill to remit the duties on certain goods de. 29 1 Mr. Giles ........... 323, 324..........

stroyed by fire at the conflagration in the city
of New York on tbe nigbt of the 17th of July
last.
A bill reducing the duty on imports, and for other 29 1 Mr. McKay....... 672, 677, 714, 90,
purposes.

969, 986, ges,
990, 994, 997,
1002, 1004, 1011,
1013, 1017, 1019,
1020, 1021, 1022
1023, 1024-1031,
1167, 1170, 1171,

1178, 1185, 1188
A bill allowing duties on foreign merchandise im 29 1 Mr. Crozier........ 742..

ported into Knoxville and Chattanooga, in the
State of Tennessee, to be secured and paid at

those places.
A bill for the allowance of drawback op foreign 29 i Mr. McClelland. ...... 845, 846, 1259,
merchandise imported into certain districts of

1262, 128, 1292
the United States from the British North Ameri.

can provinces, and exported to foreign countries.
An act to amend an act entitled "An act to pro- | 29 | 1 | Senate.......

1104, 1118, 1144,
vide revenue from imports, and to change and

1156, 1167, 1177.
modify existing laws imposing duties on imports,

1186, 118, 1190
and for other parposes." (Title amended : "Au

1192, 1193, 1208,
act to establish a warehousing system, &c.")

1221, 1244, 1251.
An act to remit duties which have accrued or

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1229, 1232........
been paid upon the importation of railroad iron

in certain cases.
A bill to increase the revenue derivable from 29 2 Mr. McKay.......... 367, 442-451....

duties on imports ; also for the sale of public
lands to aid in the prosecution of the war with
Mexico,
An act to exempt certain articles imported by 29 2 Sedate.............. 419, 467, 463.....

literary institutions from the payment of duty.
A bill declaring the assent of Congress to any acts 30 i Mr. Rhett ............ 227.........
which may be passed by the several States of
the Union laying toppage duties on vessels enter-

ing their ports or harbors.
A bill for the allowance of drawback on wheat im. 30 1 Mr. Hunt. ........ 65, 1161.

ported from the British North American prov.
inces, when manufactured in the United States
and exported to foreign countries.
A bill to remit the duties on certain goods de. 30 1 ...... do ............. 511.........

stroyed by fire in the city of New York.
A bill to anthorize the trustees of Newark Colle 30 1 Mr. Evans ..........

596......
in the State of Delaware, to import certain p

sophical apparatus free of duty.
A bill to release from duty plank and timber irn 30 1 Mr. Hunt. .......... 634...........

ported for the construction of plank-roads.
A bill to admit certain articles of the growth or 30 1 Mr. Grinnell.......... 760, 944, 1025....!

production of Canada into the United States
free of duty, upon the condition that the like
articles of the growth or production of the
United States are admitted into Canada free of

duty.
An act to remit the duties on books, maps, and 30 i Senate................ 492, 570, 602, 608,
charts, imported for the use of the Library of

616, 639.
Congress.
A bill to release from duty plank and timber im. 30 2 Mr. Hunt ........... 483. ......

f the United 30 ? ....do ................. 303, 514, 515, 671,
States over the territory and waters of Upper

ported for the construction of plank-roads.
A bill to extend the revenue laws of the United

671, 672.
California, and to create a collection district
therein.

House of Representatives from the First to the Forty-second Congress, inclusive-Continued..

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Inder of billo relating to Banks, Currency, Public Debt, and Direct Taxes, 8c., presented in the

Title of bill.

No.of Congress.

No. of session.

| By whom introduced. Page of Journal.

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A bill exempting Spanish ressels from discriminat. 30

ing duties in certain cases.
A bill to remit the duties on certain goods destroyed 30

by fire in the city of New York.
Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of the 30

Treasury to cancel certain bonds for duties on
goods destroyed by fire while in public store at
Norfolk.
A bill to admit certain articles of the growth or | 31

production of Canada into the t'nited States free
of duty, upon condition that the like articles of
the growth or production of the United States
are admitted into Canada free of duty.
A bill to return the duties on mercbandise in un.

broken packages destroyed by fire in the city of
New York, in July, 1845.
A bill to release from duty certain printed books 31

belonging tc certain religious societies.
A bill to authorize and direct the payment of cer. 31

tain moneys into the treasury of the State of
California which were collected in the ports of
said State as a revenue upon imports since the
ratification of the treaty of peace between the
United States and the republic of Mexico, and
prior to the admission of said State ot California

into the Union.
An act amendatory of an act entitled "An act 31

allowing drawback upon foreign merchandise
exported in the original packages to Chihuahua
and Santa Fé, in Mexico, and the British North
American provinces adjoining the United States."

approved March 3, 1845; and for other purposes.
An act to amend an act entitled "An act to regu-

late the collection of duties on imports and ton.
nage," approved March 2, 1799.
An act to amend an act entitled "An act to amend

in the cases therein mentioned the act to regulate
the duties on imports and toppage."
Resolution limiting the expense of collecting the 31

revenue from customs for the present tiscal year.

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1241, 1321, 1340

1343, 1403.
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493, 494, 505,
506, 507, 512
513, 514, 515.
528, 530, 535,

550.
376...

117, 134.....

440, 443, 452......

223, 411, 423, 427,

431, 457.
95, 96, 99........

A bill to admit certain articles of the growth or 31 2 Mr. McLane ........
production of Canada into the United States free
of duty, upon the condition that the like articles
of the growth or production of the United States
are admitted into Canada free of duty.
A bill to return the duties on merchandise in the

Mr. Phoenix ...,
original packages destroyed by fire in the city of
New York, in July, 1845.
A bill to give the assent of Congress to the passage | 31 | 2 | Mr. Duer ..........
of an act by the State of New York imposing

certain tonnage duties.
An act to amend the acts regulating the appraise. | 31 2 Senate ..........
ment of imported merchandise, and for other

purposes.
A bill to authorize and direct the payment of cer. 32 i Mr. Marshall..........

tain moneys into the treasury of the State of
California, which were collected in the ports of
said State as a revenue upon imports since the
ratification of the treaty of peace between the
United States and the republic of Mexico, and
prior to the admission of said State into the
Upion.
A bill to remit the duties upon certain goods de. 32 1 | Mr. Seymour.........

stroyed by fire in the city of New York.
A bill to admit railroad iron free of duty .......... 32 | 1 | Mr. Mace .............
An act extending like privileges to those conferred 32 i Senate ...
by the act entitled "An act allowing drawback
upon foreign mercbandise exported in the original
packages to Chihuahua and Santa Fe, Mexico and
to the British North American provinces adjoin.
ing the United States," approved March 3, 1845,
to foreign merchandise exported to Mexico
certain indicated routes.

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374, 438, 439....

House of Representatives from the First to the Forty-second Congress, inclusive-continued.

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