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T'hose who voted in the negative, are
Mr. Abbott,
Mr. Hubbard,

Mr. Robertson, Ken.
Adams,
Huntington,

Ruggles,
Allen, Vt.
Irving, Nr.

Sampson,
Beecher,
Johnson, Va.

Savage,
Bennett,
Johnson, Ken.

Scudder,
Bloomfield,
Linn,

Settle,
Burwell,
Livermore,

Sherwood,
Butler,
Lowndes,

Simkins,
Clagett,
W.P. Macklay,

Slocumb,
Claiborne,
M.Coy,

Bal. Smith,
Cobb,
Marchand,

Alex, Smyth,
Culbreth,
Mason, R. I.

J. S. Smith,
Cushman,
Merrill,

Speed,
Darlington,
Morton,

Strong
Farle,
Murray,

Stuart, Md.
Ellicott,
Jer. Nelson,

Tarr,
Floyd,
Ogden,

Terrell,
Forney,
Owen,

Terry,
Forsyth,
Palmer,

Tompkins,
Gage,
Patterson,

Townsend,
Garnett,
Pawling,

Upham,
Hall, Del.
Pitkin,

Walker, Ken.
Hasbrouck,
Pleasants,

Wallace,
Hiester,
Poindexter,

Wendover,
Hogg,
Porter,

Whitman,
Holmes, Con.
Rice,

Williams, Con.
Hopkinson,
Richards,

Wilson, Mass. 81 The House resolved itself into a committee of the whole, on the bill for the relief of Cornelia Mason; also on the bills of the Senate, entitled “ An act to increase the salaries of certain officers of government;” and “ An act authorizing a subscription for the Statistical Annals of Adam Seybert, and the purchase of Pitkin's Commercial Statistics;" and after some spent therein, Mr. Speaker resumed the chair, and Mr. Bassett reported the first and last mentioned bills without amendment, and second mentioned bill with amendments.

Ordered, That the bill for the relief of Cornelia Mason be engrossed and read a third time to-day.

The House then took up the bill authorizing a subscription for the Statistical Annals of Adam Seybert, and the purchase of Pitkin's Commercial Statistics: when,

A motion was made by Mr. Ingham, to amend the said bill by striking out that part thereof which proposes to purchase 500 copies of Pitkin's Commercial Statistics: which motion was rejected; and,

The said bill was ordered to be read a third time to-day.

The amendments reported to the bill to increase the salaries of certain officers of government, were read: when,

Mr. Moore moved that the said bill be postponed indefinitely:
And the question being taken thereon,

S.C.

Yeas ............58.
It was determined in the negative, {Nays...........69.

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

Those who voted in the affirmative, are
Mr. Adams,
Mr. Hogg,

Mr. Sawyer
Austin,
Holmes, Con.

Scudder,
Beecher,
Huntington,

Sherwood,
Bennett,
Irving, . Ý.

Simkins,
Boden,
Johnson, Va.

Bal. Smith,
Burwell,
Linn,

Southard,
Butler,
Livermore,

Spencer,
Clagett,
M'Coy,

Strong,
Colston,
Marchand,

Strother,
Crafts,
Merrill,

Tarr,
Culbreth,
Moore,

Tompkins,
Desha,
Morton,

Townsend,
Earle,
Murray,

Trimble,
Ellicott,
T.M. Nelson,

Tucker, S. C.
Ervin, S. C.
Ogle,

Upham,
Garnett,
Patterson,

Walker, Ken,
Hall, Del.
Reed,

Wallace,
Hasbrouck,

Robertson, Lou. Williams, N. C. 58
Herkimer,

Sampson,
Hitchcock,

Savage,
Those who voted in the negative, are
Mr. Abbot,
Mr. Ingham,

Mr. Rhea,
Anderson, Ken. Johnson, Ken.

Rich,
Baldwin,
Jones,

Ringgold,
Barber, Ohio,
Kinsey,

Robertson, Ken.
Bassett,
Kirtland,

Ruggles,
Bloomfield,
Lowndes,

Schuyler,
Blount,

W. P. Maclay, Sergeant,
Boss,
Mason, R.I.

Settle,
Claiborne,
Mercer,

Slocumb,
Cobb,
Middleton,

S. Smith,
Comstock,
Miller,

Alex. Smyth,
Cruger,
Mumford,

Speed,
Culbreth,
Jer. Nelson,

Stewart, N. C.
Darlington,
H. Nelson,

Stuart, Md.
Floyd,
Nesbitt,

Taylor,
Forney,
Ogden,

Terrell,
Forsyth,
Owen,

Terry,
Hale,
Palmer,

Tucker, Va.
Harrison,
Pawling,

Westerlo,
Herbert,
Peter,

Whitman,
Herrick,
Pindall,

Williams, Con.
Hopkinson,
Pleasants,

Wilson, Mass.
Hubbard,
Porter,

Wilson, Pen. 69 The said amendments were then read and concurred in by the House.

A motion was then made by Mr. Beecher, further to reduce the salary proposed in the said bill to be given to the Secretary of 1. State, from the sum of 6000 dollars, to the sum of 5,500 dollars. And the question being taken thereon,

Yeas....................68,
It passed in the affirmative,

Nays.................. 60. The yeas and nays being required by one-fifth of the members present,

Those who voted in the affirmative, are
Mr. Adams,
Mr. Hogg

Mr. Sampson,
Austin,
Holmes, Con.

Savage,
Barber, Ohio,
Huntington,

Sawyer,
Beecher,
Johnson, Va.

Scudder,
Bennett,
Linn,

Slocumb,
Boden,
Livermore,

Bal. Smith,
Burwell,
W.P. Maclay,

Southard,
Butler,
M'Coy,

Spencer,
Clagett,
Marchand,

Stewart, N.C.
Comstock,
Mason, R.I.

Strong,
Crafts,
Merrill,

Strother,
Culbreth,
Moore,

Tarr,
Darlington,
Morton,

Terry,
Desha,
Murray,

Tompkins,
Earle,
H. Nelson,

Townsend,
Ellicott,
T. M. Nelson,

Tucker, S. c.
Polger,
Ogle,

Upham,
Gage,
Patterson,

Walker, Ken.
Garnett,
Porter,

Wallace,
Hale,
Reed,

Williams, Con.
Hall, Del.
Rich,

Williams, N. C.
Hasbrouck,
Richards,

Wilson, Pen. 68
Hitchcock,

Robertson, Lou.
Those who voted in the negative, are
Mr. Abbott,
Mr. Floyd,

Mr. Mercer,
Anderson, Ken. Forney,

Middleton,
Baldwin,
Forsyth,

Miller,
Bassett,
Herrick,

Mumford,
Bloomfield,
Hopkinson,

Jer. Nelson,
Blount,
Hubbard,

Nesbitt,
Boss,
Ingham,

Ogden,
Claiborne,
Irving, N. Y.

Owen,
Cobb,
Johnson, Ken.

Palmer,
Crawford,
Jones,

Pawling,
Cruger,
Kinsey,

Peter,
Cushman,
Kirtland,

Pindall,
Ervin, s. c.
Lowndes,

Pleasants,

Mr. Rhea,
Mr. Seybert,

Mr. Taylor,
Ringgold,
Sherwood,

Terrell,
Robertson, Ken. Simkins,

Tucker, Va.
Ruggles,
S. Smith,

Wendover,
Schuyler,
Alex. Smyth,

Westerlo,
Sergeant,
Speed,

Wilkin,
Settle,
Stuart, Md.

Wilson, Mass. 60 The said bill was then further amended, and the amendments ordered to be engrossed and the bill read a third time to-day.

Mr. Wilson, of Pennsylvania, from the joint committee for Enrolled Bills, reported, that the committee had examined enrolled bills of the following titles, viz.

An act in addition to an act to prohibit the introduction of slaves into any port or place within the jurisdiction of the United States from and after the first day of January, in the year of our Lord 1808, and to repeal certain parts of the same.

An act to provide for the publication of the laws of the United States, and for other purposes.

An act to provide for erecting additional buildings for the accommodation of the several executive departments.

An act for the relief of the houses of Thomas and John Clif. ford, Elisha Fisher and Company, Thomas Clifford and Son, and Thomas Clifford, of Philadelphia, and Charles Wirgman, of Baltimore.

An act for the relief of Jonathan Amory, jun. and of the re presentatives of Thomas C. Amory, deceased.

An act for the relief of Benjamin Berry.
An act for the relief of Mary Sullivan.

An act for the relief of major Loring Austin and George R. Wells,

An act fixing the compensation of the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House of Representatives, of the clerks in their offices, and of the librarian; and,

A resolution directing the completion of the survey of the waters of the Chesapeake Bay and for other purposes, and had found the same to be truly enrolled; when,

The Speaker signed the said bills and resolution.
Ordered, That the Clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

A message was received from the President of the United States, by Mr. Joseph Jones Monroe, his Secretary, notifying that the President did, this day, approve and sign,

An act to enable the people of the IHinoiş territory to form a constitution and state government, and for the admission of such state into the Union on an equal footing with the original states.

An act for the relief of major general Jacob Brown.
An act for the relief of Thomas Miller and Stephen Baker.

An act to establish a port of entry and delivery at Cape Vincent, at the fork of Lake Ontario, and the head of the river: St. Lawrence.

An act to abolish the port of delivery established at the mouth of Slade's Creek, in the state of North Carolina.

An act fixing the time for the next meeting of Congress; and,
An act for the relief of Seth Sprague and others.
Ordered, That the Clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

An engrossed bill, entitled “ An act for the relief of Cornelia Mason,” was read the third time and passed.

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

The bill from the Senate, entitled “ An act concerning tonnage and discriminating duties in certain cases," was read the third time and passed as amended.

Ordered, That the Clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

The bill from the Senate, entitled “ An act authorizing a subscription for the Statistical Annals of Adam Seybert, and the purchase of Pitkin's Commercial Statistics," was read the third time and passed.

Ordered, That the Clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

The House resolved itself into a committee of the whole, on the bill for the relief of B. and P. Jourdan, brothers; and on the bill from the Senate, entitled “ An act for the relief of Samuel F. Hooker;" and after some time spent therein, Mr. Speaker resumed the chair, and Mr. Smith, of Maryland, reported the said bills with an amendment to the first mentioned; which was read and concurred in by the House.

Ordered, That the said bill be engrossed and read a third time to-day.

The said bill being engrossed, was accordingly read the third time and passed,

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

Ordered, That the bill from the Senate for the relief of Samuel F. Hooker, be read a third time to-day.

The said bill was accordingly read the third time and passed,
Ordered, That the Clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

The bill from the Senate, entitled “ An act to increase the salaries of certain officers of government,” was read the third time and passed as amended.

Ordered, Thạt the Clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

Mr. Wilson, of Pennsylvania, from the joint committee for Enrolled Bills, reported, that the committee had presented to the President of the United States for his approbation, the enrolled bills, the examination of which was this day reported.

The House resolved itself into a committee of the whole, on hills from the Senate, entitled “ An act for the relief of Richard M. Johnson;" and “ An act for the relief of John Hall, late a major of marines; " and on the bill of this House, for transferring the claims in the office of the Commissioner to the Third Auditor of the Treasury; and after some time spent therein, Mr. Speaker resum

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