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Alabama for grant of land to each township wherein the

16th section has been valueless, or been taken up
by Indian reservations. Memorial of the Legis-
lature of

2 133 1
Alabama for authority to sell land granted for the Ten-

nessee and other rivers. Memorial of the Legis-
lature of

4 292 1
Alexander, known as Major General Lord Stirling. Re-

port of Committee of Revolutionary Claims on the
memorial of the representatives of William

2 137 1
Alexandria, District of Columbia, for relief from pecuni-

ary embarrassments. Memorial of the Corpora-
tion of

2 53 1
Alexandria, &c. to be relieved from pecuniary embarrass-

ments. Report of the Committee on the District

of Columbia on memorial of the Corporation of 2 111 1
Alexandria, D. C. Statement of the debts of

3 258 1
Allyn. Report of the Committee of Claims on the peti-
tion of Francis

3 154 1
Appropriations for 1836, and surplus at the end thereof.
From the President relative to the

1 1 15
Appropriations on 1st January, 1836. Report of the Sec-

retary of the Treasury relative to unexpended bal-
ances of

3 188 1
Appropriations by acts passed 1st session 24th Congress;

amount unexpended on 1st January, 1836; perma-
nent appropriations; amount in the Treasury, and
estimated receipts in 1836, &c. Report of the
Secretary of the Treasury, with statements of

(6 426
Appropriations by acts 1st session 24th Congress, &c. Re-

port of the Secretary of the Senate of amount of - 6' 427
Argentine Republic. From the President relating to af-
fairs with the

1 1 6
Arkansas, &c. Report of the recorder of land titles and

commissioners for the adjustment of private land
claims in Missouri, on certain private land claims
in the Territory of

2 17 1
Arkansas. Documents relating to certain roads in 4 300 1
Armories in 1835. Annual report of the operations at
the United States

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1 1 233
Armory in the valley of the Mississippi. Documents re- 33 182 1

lating to the expediency of establishing an 3 185 1
Armstrong. Report of the Committee of Claims on the
memorial of George

3 254 1
Armstrong. Report of the Committee on Naval Affairs on
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the petition of Andrewni.

15 345 1
Army and navy, and to the state of the army. From the

President relative to extra allowances in the 11 1 21
Army in 1835. From the Secretary of War relative to
the condition, disposition, &c. of the

1 1 43
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Army of the United States. Annual report from the Com-

manding General relative to the organization,

strength, position, recruiting service, &c. of the - I 1 55
Army of the United States. Annual report of the Quar-

termaster General of the arsenal at Washington,
relative to the protection of the -

1 1
Army. Annual report of the Commissary General of Sub-
sistence of the

1 1 80
Army. Annual report of the Paymaster General of the 1 1 SS
Army. Annual report of the Commissary General of
Purchases for the

1 1 92
Army. Annual report of the Surgeon General of the 1 1 98
Army and pay and emoluments of each grade. Report of

the Secretary of War, with statement of the effec-
tive force of the

3 203
Army. Report of the Secretary of War relative to the

number and situation of the Indians on the fron-
tiers, &c. a plan for the increase of the

3 228
Army of the United States. Message from the President

respecting an increase of the ordnance corps of the 5 388 1
Army or military establishment of the United States.

Documents relating to the bill to increase the 5 395 1
Army. Same as above

6 404 1
Arnel. Report of the Committee on Revolutionary Claims
on petition of William

3 175 1
Aspinwall. Report of the Committee of Commerce on
memorial of Thomas

2 43 1
Atchalalaya Railroad and Banking Company of Louisiana

for donation of public lands, &c. Petition of the 2 55 1
Auditor for 1835. Annual report with statement of re-

quisitions, amount accounted for, and balances un-
accounted for, from the Second -

1 1 306
Auditor for 1835. Annual report with statements of re-

quisitions, amount accounted for, and balances un-
accounted for, from the Third

1 1 317
Austill. Report of Committee on the Post Office and

Post Roads on bill for the relief of Thomas Rhodes
and Jeremiah

2 50 1
Austria. From the President relative to affairs with 1 1 5

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Babcock. Report of the Committee on Revolutionary

Claims on petition of widow of Phineas
Bailey. Report of the Committee on Commerce, on the

petition of Christopher T.
Bainbridge and others. Report of Committee on Naval

Affairs on petition of representative of Commo-

dore Joseph
Balance in the Treasury at the close of 1835. From the

President relative to the -

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Banks in the West relative to description of money to be

received in payment for public lands, and its trans-
fer to the Eastern cities. Report of the Secretary
of the Treasury relative to instructions to

5 356 1
Banks. Report of Committee on Revolutionary Claims,
on the petition of Ebenezer

3 167 1
Banking Company for donation of public land. Petition
of the Atchafalaya Railroad and

2 55 1
Banking institutions of Florida. Report of the Commit-

tee on Finance on the subject of the charters and
condition of the several

6 409 1
Barracks and sundry places for the army. Relative to the
construction of -

1 1 76
Barton, administrator of Andrew Stuart. Report of the

Committee of Claims on the petition of Hugh 3 256 1
Beale's rifle company. Memorial of Beverly Chew and
others, survivors of

2 38 1
Beale's rifle company. Report of Committee of Claims

on the petition of Beverly Chew and others, sur-
vivors of

4 280 1
Beaubien. Report of the Committee on Indian Affairs
on the petition of Josette

2 148 1
Belgium. From the President relative to affairs with 1 1 5
Bell, deceased. Report of Committee on Revolutionary

Claims on the memorial of Daniel and Margaret
Cameron, representatives of James

2 139 1
Bentley. Report of the Committee of Claims on the pe-
tition of the heirs of Abel

2 93 1
Benton, that the surplus revenue and bank dividends be

set apart for the defence of the country, and in-
quiring as to the sums requisite for the several
objects of defence. Motion by Mr.

2 79 1
Benton to prohibit the payment or reception of bank notes

of less amount than twenty dollars. Motion by Mr. 3 156 1
Benton for expunging a certain resolution from the Jour-
nal of the Senate. Motion by Mr.

4 290 1
Big Black and other rivers. Letters from the honorable

L. F. Linn and A. H. Sevier relative to the nav-
igation of the

2 113

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Blackwell, deceased. Report of the Committee on Rev-

olutionary Claims on petition of heirs of Joseph 4 335 1
Bogy for remuneration for losses by the Indians. Peti-
tion of Joseph

2 23 1
Bogy. Report of the Committee on Indian Affairs on the
petition of Joseph

3 247 1
Bogy relative to land claim of Carlos de Villemont. Let-
ter from Joseph -

4 278 1
Bogy and others. Report of the Committee on the Ju-
diciary on the petition of Joseph -

4 326 1
Books, &c. by the two Houses of Congress and the Ex-

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Boundary line of Olbiohe Report from Engineer depart:}

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eeutive departments. Report of the Secretary of
the Senate, with a statement of expenditures on
account of

- 1 11 1
Botanical and horticultural establishment. Memorial of

John McAran for patronage of Congress to his 2 45 1
Boundary of the United States. Relative to negotiations
with Great Britain concerning the northeastern - 1 1 4

( 113

1 1
ment relative to the northern

203
Boundary line between Ohio and Michigan. Message
from the President relative to the

1

Breakwater. Relative to the condition of the work on
Breakwater under direction of the quartermaster general.
Breakwater. Memorial of citizens of Delaware for the

1.6 1
Boundary line between Ohio and Michigan. Message
from the President relative to the

2 51 1
Boundary line between that State and Michigan. Reso-

lutions of Legislature of Indiana relative to the - 2 72 1
Boundary line of the State of Missouri. Documents re-
lating to the extension of the northern .

3 206 1
Boundary line of Ohio. Report of the Committee on the
Judiciary on the subject of the northern

3 211 1
Boundary line of Minois. Report of Secretary of Treas-

ury, with a report of the survey of the northern 3 234 1
Boundary line between the United States and the posses-

sions of Great Britain. Resolution of the Legis-
lature of Massachusetts relative to land belonging

3 267 1
Boundary line of the United States. Message from Pres-

ident, with documents relating to the northeastern 6 6 414 1
Boutourlin of Florence. Report of the Committee on the

Library on the expediency of purchasing the li-
brary of the late Count

3 242
Boys in the merchant service. Report of the Committee

on Commerce on the bill for the employment of - 5 387 1
Brahan, late receiver of public moneys at Huntsville,

Alabama. Report of the Committee on Public
Lands on the bill for the relief of John

5 367
Braban, &c. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury

relative to the debt due by the late General John 6 422 1
Brazil
. From the President relative to affairs with 1 1 6

1 1 46
Relative to works and expenditures on Delaware 1 1 78

erection of a pier in connexion with the Delaware 2 40 1
Breakwater. Memorial of citizens of Lewis, Del., do. do. 41 1
Breakwater. Report of the Secretary of War relative to

a mole or pier near Cape Henlopen, and a forti-
fication for the protection of the Delaware

2 98 1
Brent and others

, offering a house on Capitol Hill for the
Patent Office. Letter from William

6 417 1

to that State on the

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Bridge over the Wabash river. Relative to the . 1, 1 113
Bridge over the Wabash river at the crossing of the Cum-

berland road. Report of the Secretary of War
relative to a

1 10 1
Bridgeport harbor. Report of the Secretary of the Navy
relative to survey of

3 210 1
Brobson, for himself and the representatives of E. G. Du-

pont. Report of the Committee on the Judiciary
on the petition of William P.

3 240 1
Broglie, read by Mr. Pageot to the Secretary of State,

relative to affairs with France Documents rela-
ting to a letter from Le Duc de

3 157
Bronson, to confirm a purchase of land from the Indians.

Report of the Committee on Private Land Claims
on the petition of Arthur

2

91 1
Brooks. Report of Committee on Revolutionary Claims
on the petition of David -

3 171 1
Brown. Relative to construction of the monument to the
memory of Major General

1 1 113
Brown linens be admitted free of duty. Report of the
Committee on Manufactures on petition of sundry

3 222 1
Brown and others. Report of the Committee of Claims
on the petition of Noah

3 223 1
Brown and others. Report of the Committee on Com-
merce on act for the relief of Samuel

5 380 1
Burns, as clerk to Committee on Public Lands in inves-

tigating frauds in the sales of the public lands.
Report of the Committee on the Contingent Fund
of the Senate on compensation to William.

4 309 1

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Caldwell, late clerk of the United States court for the

eastern district of Pennsylvania. Memorial of
the executors of David

2 18 1
Caldwell, deceased. Report of the Committee on the

Judiciary on the petition of the executors of David 4 330 1
Caldwell. Report of the Committee on Naval Affairs on
the petition of the widow of William M.

5 378 1
Cameron, representatives of James Bell, deceased. Re-

port of the Committee on Revolutionary Claims
on the petition of Daniel and Margaret

2 139 1
Canada, deceased. Report of the Committee of Claims

on the petition of John Howard, administrator of
Nathaniel

3 214 1
Canal, in 1835. Relative to operations on the river Rai-

1 1 129
Canal for the improvement of the Hudson river. Report
of a board of engineers relative to a

1 1 141

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