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Canal company. Report of the Committee on Roads and
Canals on the memorial of the Louisville and
Portland

Cannon for the United States. Report of the Secretary of
War relative to the supply of

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Cape Fear river. Memorial of the citizens of Wilming-
ton, North Carolina, for improving the navigation
of

Cathcart. Report of the Committee of Claims on the
petition of James Leander

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Causin and Ann Turner, heirs and representatives of the
late Colonel John H. Stone. Report of the Com-
mittee on Private Land Claims on the petition of
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Cavalry. (See Dragoons.)
Cazeau. Report of the Committee on the Judiciary on
the petition of the heirs of Francis
Cazeau's representatives. Report from Virgil Maxcy,
Solicitor of the Treasury, on the case of Francis
Central America. From the President relative to af-
fairs with
Champlin and others. Report of the Committee on Com-
merce on the act for the relief of Isaac
Charleston, South Carolina. Report of the Committee
on Naval Affairs relative to the establishment of
navy yard at
Chase. Report of the Committee on Pensions on the pe-
tition of Parker
Chew and others, survivors of Beale's rifle company.
Memorial of Beverly

Chew and others, survivors of Beale's rifle company.
Report of the Committee of Claims on the peti-
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Chili. From the President relative to affairs with
Chouteau and John Mullanphy, claimants to land under
title of Julien Dubuque. Petition of Auguste 2
Chouteau and Demun. Message of the President rela-
tive to depredations committed by the Mexicans
on the property of Messrs.

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Chouteau and Demun. Report of the Committee on
Foreign Relations relative to depredations com-
mitted by the Mexicans on the property of Messrs. 6 424
Christiana river, in Delaware. Report of the Secretary
of War relative to the improvement of
Clark, of Boston. Report of the Committee on Com-
merce on the petition of Means and
Clerks in that Department. Report of the Secretary of
War relative to an increase of salaries of the
Clerks in that Department.. Report of the Secretary of
State relative to an increase of salaries of the

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Clerks in that Department. Report of the Secretary of
the Treasury relative to an increase of salaries of
the

Clerks in that Department.

Report of the Postmaster
General relative to an increase of salaries of the
Clerks in that Department. Report of the Secretary of
the Navy relative to an increase of salaries of the
Clinch, for confirmation of certain land in Florida. Re-
port of the Committee on Private Land Claims.
on the bill for the relief of Duncan L.
Coal screenings, charcoal, culm, and coke, free of duty.
Report of the Committee on Manufactures on the
expediency of making
Coast of the United States. Report of F. R. Hassler, of
the survey of the
Coinage, &c. From the President, relative to the gold
and silver

Coins, for coinage. Report of the Secretary of the Treas-
sury relative to supplying the mint with bullion
and foreign
Collection of the revenue. Report of the Secretary of
the Treasury relative to -

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Colleges in the United States. Memorial of the College
of New Jersey, that a donation of land be made to
all the incorporated

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College or University of Florida for a donation of land.
Memorial of the Trustees of the
Colonization of free negroes and manumitted slaves. Pe-
tition of citizens of Dauphin county, Pennsylvania,
in favor of

Colonization Society. Memorial of citizens of Kentucky
that the aid of Government be extended to the
American
Combs, of Kentucky. Report of the Committee on Pen-
sions on the petition of Leslie
Commerce and navigation. Report of the Secretary of
the Treasury with annual statement of

Commerce and navigation of the United States in 1834-'5.
Statistical view of the

Commerce of each State and Territory of the United
States in 1834-'5. Statement of the
Commissary Genéral of Subsistence. Annual report of
the
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Commissary General of Purchases for 1835.
port of the
Commissary General of Subsistence as superintendent of
Indian emigration in 1835. Report of the
Commissioners of Loans and of the Sinking Fund. From
the President relative to abolishing the offices of

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Commissioners of the Navy Board in 1836. Annnal re-
port from the

Congress. Document relative to the duration of the

sessions of

Congress." Message of the President returning with ob-
jections the "Act to appoint a day for the annual
meeting of

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Constitution as regards the election of President and
Vice President. From the President relative to
amendment of the
Contingent fund, &c. Annual report from the Secretary
of the Senate, with statement of clerks, messengers,
expenditures from the

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Contingent fund of the Senate, for taking testimony in
relation to frauds in sale of the public lands, &c. (4 309
Report of committee relative to expenses paid 4 318
from the
Contractors for supplying the army. Statement of ac-
counts with

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Contracts for carrying the mail. (See Mail.)
Conway, deceased. Report of the Committee on Private
Land Claims on petition of the heirs of William -
Cook. Report of the Committee on Revolutionary Claims
on memorial of the heirs of Captain George
Cordage, and exported. Report of the Committee on
Manufactures on petition for drawback of duty
on imported hemp, when manufactured into
Counterfeiters. Report of the Committee of Claims on
paying Augustus Jones, marshal, &c., for breaking
up a band of
Court system be extended to all the States. Memorial of
the Legislature of Alabama that the Circuit
Crain and others. Report of the Committee on Revolu-
tionary Claims on petition of the heirs of James
Crane, who is deaf, blind, and an ideot. Report of the
Committee on Pensions on petition of inhabitants
of Wabash county, Illinois, that a pension be al-
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Cumberland road in 1835. Reports from the Engineer
department relative to the

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Crawford's company of Missouri militia. Report of the
Committee of Claims for pay for services in Captain
Creeks, in 1835. Operations of the Engineer depart-
ment relative to the improvement of harbors, 1
rivers, and
Cumberland road to the States through which it passes,
its condition, provision for its repair, &c. From
the Secretary of War relative to the surrender of
the

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Cumberland road where it crosses the Wabash river.
Report of the Secretary of War relative to a bridge
on the
Cumberland road in Illinois and Indiana. Message from
the President relative to the condition of the
Cumberland road, &c. Report of the Secretary of the
Treasury relative to payments on account of the
Cumberland or other road from St. Louis to the western
frontier of Missouri. Letter from the Chief En-
gineer relative to cost of survey of the
Cumberland road in that State. Resolution of the Legis-
lature of Indiana to obtain further appropriations
for the
Cumberland road. Report of the Committee on Roads
and Canals on petition of George Dawson, for
work done on the
Cumberland road be located to pass through that place in
the route to Jefferson city. Memorial of the citi-
zens of St. Louis that the
Cumberland road in 1836. Estimate of sums to extend
in Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois, the

Cumberland road, amount of the 2 per cent. fund, &c.
Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, with
statements of amounts expended on the
Currency of the country. From the President relative to
the gold and silver coinage, and the

Currency. From the Secretary of the Treasury relative
to the deposite banks and the

Currency of bank notes of less amount than twenty dol-
lars. Motion by Mr. Benton to prohibit the
Currency and renewal of the charters of the banks in the
District of Columbia. Report of the Committee
on the District of Columbia relative to the
Curry, agent for the removal of Cherokee Indians. Re-
port of the Secretary of War relative to allowances
to Benjamin F.
Custom-houses. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury
relative to the erection of certain
Custom-house officers. Report of the Secretary of the
Treasury relative to the number and compensa-
tion of
Customs for 1835. Report of the Secretary of the Treas-
ury, with statements of the emoluments of the
officers of the

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Customs in March and April, 1836. Report of the Sec-
retary of the Treasury with statement of the re-
ceipts from

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Davis. Report of the Committee on Revolutionary Claims
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Dawson, for work on the Cumberland road. Report of
the Committee on Roads and Canals on claim of
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Deaf and Dumb. Resolution of the Legislature of Indiana
to obtain for Margaret Nation and her children
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Debt. From the President relative to the redemption of
the balance of the public

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Debt. From the President relative to the extinction of
the public

Debt. From the Secretary of the Treasury relative to
arrangements with the Bank of the United States
for the payment of the public

Decatur and others. Report of the Committee on Naval
Affairs on claims of the representatives of Com-
modore Stephen
Defence. From the President recommending provision
to be made for the national
Defence of the country. Motion by Mr. Benton, that the
surplus revenue be set apart for the
Defence of the seacoast. Statement of fortifications and
steam batteries for the
Defences of the United States. Message from the Pres-
ident with reports from the Secretaries of War
and Navy relative to the
Defences of the country. Resolution of the Legislature of
Maine in favor of a liberal appropriation for the -
Defences of the United States. Report of the Secretary
of War relative to the maximum amount that can
be expended per annum on the military
Defences of the United States. Report of the Secretary
of War relative to the maximum amount that can
be expended per annum on the naval
D'Haas. Report of the Committee on Revolutionary
Claims on petition of the representatives of Gen-
eral John Philip

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D'Haas. Report of the Committee on Revolutionary
Claims on petition of the administrators of Gen-
eral John Philip
Delaware breakwater. (See Breakwater.) Relative to
the condition of the work, &c. on the
Delaware for the erection of a pier in connexion with the
Delaware breakwater. Memorial of sundry citi-
zens of
Delaware do.
Delaware opposed to expunging any part of the Journal
of the Senate. Resolution of the Legislature of 4 298

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