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nays being required by one-fifth of the members present,

Those who voted in the affirmative, are
Mr. Abbott,
Mr. Hopkinson,

Mr. Richards,
Adams,
Hubbard,

Ruggles,
Allen, Mass.
Hunter,

Schuyler,
Allen, Vt.
Huntington,

Sergeant
Baldwin,
Lowndes,

Sherwood,
Barbour, Va.
M'Lane,

Silsbee,
Bayley,
W. P. Maclay,

Simkins,
Beecher,
Mason, Mass.

Słocumb,
Bennett,
Mason, R.I.

S. Smith,
Boss,

Alex. Smyth,
Clagett,
Middleton,

J. S. Smith,
Cobb,
Morton,

Stewart, N.C.
Crafts,
Moseley,

Strong,
Cushman,
Jer. Nelson,

Strother,
Darlington,
H. Nelson,

Stuart, Md.
Earle,
Ogden,

Taylor,
Edwards,
Parrott,

Terry,
Ervin, 8. c.
Pawling,

Townsend,
Folger,
Pindall,

Westerlo,
Forsyth,
Pitkin,

Whitman,
Hall, Del.
Poindexter,

Williams, Con.
Hall, N. C.
Reed,

Williams, N.Y.
Hitchcock,
Rhea,

Williams, N.C.
Holmes, Con.
Rice,

Wilson, Mass. 72
Those who voted in the negative, are
Mr. Anderson, Pen. Mr, Harrison,

Mr, Ogle,
Anderson, Ken. Hasbrouck,

Owen,
Ball,
Hogg,

Palmer,
Barber, Ohio,
Holmes, Mass.

Patterson,
Bassett,
Irving, N. Y.

Peter,
Bellinger,
Johnson, Va.

Pleasants,
Bloomfield,
Johnson, Ken.

Porter,
Blount,
Jones,

Rich,
Boden,
Kinsey,

Ringgold,
Burwell,
Lawyer,

Robertson, Ken.
Campbell,
Linn,

Robertson, LouL
Claiborne,
Little,

Sampson,
Comstock,
M'Coy,

Savage,
Cook,
Marchand,

Sawyer,
Cruger,
Marr,

Scudder,
Culbreth,
Merrill,

Settle,
Desha,
Moore,

Seybert,
Ellicott,
Mumford,

Shaw,
Floyd,

Bal. Smith,
Forney,
T. M. Nelson,

Southard,
Gage,
New,

Speed,

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Mr. Spencer,

Mr. Tucker, Va. Mr. Wallace,
Tallmadge,
Tucker, s. C.

Wendover,
Tarr,
Tyler,

Whiteside,
Terrell,
Walker, N. C.

Wilkin,
Tompkins,
Walker, Ken.

Wilson, Pen. 79
Trimble,

The question recurred upon the amendment proposed by Mr. Tucker; and being taken;

It passed in the affirmative.

The said section being further amended, was concurred in by the House;

And a motion was made by Mr. Tucker, of Virginia, further to amend the said bill by striking out the 10th and 11th sections thereof.

The said 10th section is as follows.

That the owners or consignees of every armed ship or vessel, sailing out of the ports of the United States, belonging wholly, or in part to the citizens thereof, shall enter into bond to the United States, with sufficient sureties, prior to clearing out the same, in double the amount of the value of the vessel, and cargo on board, including her armament, that the said ship or vessel shall not be employed by such owners to cruise, or commit hostilities against the subjects, citizens or property of any foreign prince or state, or of any colony, district or people with whom the United States are at peace."

A division of the question on the motion to strike out the said sections was called for;

And being put on striking out the 10th section;
It was determined in negative,

Nays.............. ...95. The yeas and nays being required by one-fifth of the members present,

Those who voted in the affirmative, are
Mr. Anderson, Pen. Mr. Herkimer,

Mr. Porter,
Anderson, Ken. Johnson, Va.

Quarles,
Bellinger,
Johnson, Ken.

Robertson, Lou.
Campbell,
Kinsey,

Sawyer,
Claiborne,
Little,

Settle,
Comstock,
Marchand,

Shaw,
Cruger,
Marr,

Spencer,
Culbreth,

Mumford,
Desha,
H. Nelson,

Trimble,
Earle,
T. M. Nelson,

Tucker, Va.
Floyd,
New,

Tyler,
Folger,
Ogle,

Walker, Ken,
Forney,
Owen,

Wallace,
Gage,
Patterson,

Whiteside, 44
Harrison,

Poindexter,

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Tarr,

Those who voted in the negative, are
Mr. Abbott,
Mr. Huntington,

Mr. Ruggles,
Adams,
Irving, N. Y.

Sampson,
Allen, Mass.
Kirtland,

Schuyler,
Allen, Vt.
Lawyer,

Scudder,
Baldwin,
Linn,

Sergeant,
Ball,
Livermore,

Seybert,
Barbour, Va.
Lowndes,

Slocumb,
Bassett,
M Lane,

S. Smith,
Bayley,
W.P. Macklay,

Bal. Smith,
Beecher,
Mason, Mass.

Alex. Smyth,
Bennett,
Mason, R. I.

Speed,
Bloomfield,
Mercer,

Stewart, N.G.
Boden,
Middleton,

Strong,
Boss,
Moore,

Strother,
Burwell,
Moseley,

Stuart, Md.
Butler,
Murray,

Taylor,
Clagett,
Jer. Nelson,

Terrell,
* Cobb,
Ogden,

Terry,
Crafts,
Palmer,

Tompkins,
Cushman,
Parrott,

Townsend,
Darlington,
Pawling,

Upham,
Edwards,
Peter,

Walker, N.C.
Ellicott,
Pindall,

Wendover,
Forsyth,
Pitkin,

Westerlo,
Hale,
Pleasants,

Whitman,
Hall, Del.
Reed,

Williams, Con.
Hall, N. C.
Rhea,

Williams, N.Y.
Hasbrouck,
Rice,

Williams, N.C.
Hogg,
Rich,

Wilkin,
Holmes, Con.
Richards,

Wilson, Mass.
Hopkinson,
Ringgold,

Wilson, Pen. 95
Hunter,

Robertson, Ken.
The question was then taken on striking out the 11th section;
And also determined in the negative.

The question was then taken, shall the said bill be engrossed and read a third time?

Yeas..................95,
And passed in the affirmative,

Nays.................

.... 51. The yeas and nays being required by one-fifth of the members present,

Those who voted in the affirmative, are
Mr. Abbott,
Mr. Bassett,

Mr. Campbell,
Anderson, Pen. Beecher,

Claiborne,
Anderson, Ken.
Bellinger,

Cook,
Ball,
Bloomfield,

Crafts,
Barbour, Va.
Boden,

Cruger,
Barber, Ohio,
Burwell,

Culbreth,

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Mr. Desha,
Mr. Marr,

Mr. Seybert,
Edwards,
Merrill,

Shaw,
Ellicott,
Moore,

Silsbee,
Floyd,
Mumford,

S. Smith,
Forney,
Murray,

Bal. Smith,
Forsyth,
H. Nelson,

Speed,
Hale,
T. M. Nelson,

Spencer,
Hall, N. C.
New,

Strother,
Harrison,
Ogle,

Tallmadge,
Hasbrouck,
Owen,

Tarr,
Herkimer,
Palmer,

Taylor,
Hitchcock,
Parrott,

Terrell,
Patterson,

Tompkins,
Holmes, Mass.
Peter,

Townsend,
Hubbard,
Pleasants,

Trimble,
Irving, N. F.
Poindexter,

Tucker, Va.
Johnson, Va.
Porter,

Tucker, s. C.
Jones,
Quarles,

Tyler,
Kinsey,
Rich,

Walker, N. C.
Kirtland,
Ringgold,

Walker, Ken.
Lawyer,
Robertson, Ken.

Wallace,
Linn,

Robertson, Lou. Wendover,
Little,
Sampson,

Whiteside,
Livermore,
Sawyer

Wilkin,
M.Coy,
Scudder,

Wilson, Pen.

95 Marchand,

Settle,
Those who voted in the negative, are
Mr. Adams,
Mr. Hunter,

Mr. Rice,
Allen, Mass.
Huntington,

Richards,
Allen, Vt.
Lowndes,

Ruggles,
Baldwin,
M Lane,

Schuyler,
Bayley,

W.P. Maclay, Sergeant,
Bennett,
Mason, Mass.

Slocumb,
Boss.
Mason, R. I.

Alex. Smyth,
Clagett,
Mercer,

Stewart, N. C.
Cobb,
Middleton,

Strong,
Cushman,
Moseley,

Stuart, Md.
Darlington,
Jer. Nelson,

Terry,
Earle,
Ogden,

Westerlo,
Folger,
Pawling,

Whitman,
Gage,
Pindall,

Williams, Con.
Hall, Del.
Pitkin,

Williams, N. F.
Holmes, Con.
Reed,

Williams, N.C.
Hopkinson,
Rhea,

Wilson, Mass. 51 Ordered, That the said bill be read a third time, on Wednesday next.

Engrossed bills of the following titles, to wit:

An act authorizing John Jaylor to be placed on the list of navy pensioners;

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An act for the relief of John Bate;

An act confirming the claim of Tobias Rheams to a tract of land granted to him by the Spanish government;

An act for the relief of Daniel Burnett, Gibson Clarke, and the legal representatives of Hubert Rowel;

An act to extend the privilege of franking, to vaccine agents of states and territories; were severally read the third time, and passed.

Ordered, That the titles be as aforesaid, and that the Clerk carry the said bills to the Senate, and ask their concurrence therein.

An engrossed bill, entitled " An act confirming the claim of William Daniel, or his legal representatives, to a tract of land in the Mississippi territory,” was read the third time, and passed.

Ordered, That the title be « An act authorizing the legal representatives of William Daniel to file with the proper register of the land office, a Spanish patent for a tract of land, lying in the state of Mississippi;" and that the Clerk carry the said bill to the Senate, and ask their concurrence therein.

The House took up the bill for the relief of Narcissus Broutin, and others, and the same being further amended was ordered to be engrossed, and read a third time, to-morrow.

The House resolved itself into a committee of the whole, on the report of the committee on Pensions and Revolutionary Claims, on the petition of Edmund Brooke, and after some time spent therein, Mr. Speaker resumed the chair, and Mr, Smith, of Maryland, reported their agreement to the resolution submitted in the said report.

The said resolution was then read, and is as follows:

Resolved, That the prayer of the petitioner is entirely unfound. ed, and ought not to be granted.

The question was taken to concur with the committee of the whole, in their agreement to the said resolution;

And passed in the affirmative.
And then the House adjourped,

TUESDAY, March 24, 1818,

Another member, to wit: from Pennsylvania, Thomas J. Roz gers, elected to supply the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of John Ross, appeared, produced his credentials, and took his seat, the oath to support the Constitution of the United States, being first administered to him, by Mr. Speaker.

Mr. Pindall presented a petition of Benjamin Wells, praying compensation for his services as a foragemaster in the revolutionary army.

Mr. Harrison presented a petition of Alexander Lanier, prayips for a pension.

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