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BILLS of the House of Representatives

43. A bill to provide for the publication of the laws of
the United States, and for other purposes 151, 410,
413, 450, 452, 456, 465, 470, 492, 499

(approved)
44. A Bill for the relief of Sarah Dewees, relict and

widow of William Dewees, deceased, and the legal
representatives of the said William Dewees 158, 414,

417, 439, 440, 463

(approved)
45. A bill for the relief of Gad Worthington 158, 414,

417, 468

(rejected by the Senate)
46. A bill for the relief of the houses of Thomas and

John Clifford, Elisha Fisher and Co. Thomas Clif-
ford and Son, and Thomas Clifford of Philadelphia,
and Charles Wirgman, of Baltimore 161, 415, 417, 480,

482, 492, 499

(approced)
47. A bill to amend the act, entitled “ An act to incor-

porate the subscribers to the bank of the United
States

161, 163
48. A bill for the relief of commodore John Rodgers 16!,

415, 417. 439, 410, 465

(approved)
49. A bill for the relief of certain friendly Creek (n-
dians of the mixed blood 161, 415. 417, 495, 502, 504
[Title amended, see for the relief of Peggy Baily,

(approved)
50. A bill for establishing trading houses with the In-

dian tribes, and for the organization and encour-
agement of schools for their instruction and civili-
zation

169, 417
51. A bill to supply vacancies under commissions of
bankruptcy

174, 181
52. A bjl for the relief of major Loring Austin 174, 1:7. 423,
[title amended, George R. Wells added,

484, 192
( This bill was approved, tho' not notified to the House.)
53. A bill to enable the people of the Illinois 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 174, 423, 428. 461,

466, 476, 492

(approved)
6. A bill for the remission of duties on stereotype

plates, and upon bibles and testaments in foreign lan-
guas e imported by societies or associations for the
grautious distribution of the holy scriptures 181, 235

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55. A bill respec'ing the organization of the army,
and for other purposes

180, 424, 428, 495, 501, 504

(approveu)
56. A bill for the relief of John Work 180, 424, 128,

495. 501, 50%

(approved)
57. A bill to provide for erecting additional buildings

for the accommodation of the several Executive
Departments

181, 429, 436, 38, 480, 492, 499

(approved)
58. A bill to continue in force an act, entitled - An act
relating to settlers on lands of the United States 180, 429,

$34, 494, 501, 50%

(approved)
59. A bill for the relief of Benjamin Birdsalt and Wil-
liam F. Foster 185, 429, 434, 500, 503, 504

(approved)
60. A bill for the relief of Israel Smith 188, 192, 347, 365

(approvcu)
61. A bill providing additional compensation to the

circuit judge of the sixth circuit court of the Unit.
ed States

189
62. A bill for the relief of Josiah Bullock

188, 445, 449

(rejecteu)
63. A bill for the relief of gen. Arthur St. Clair 195. 202,

206 213
yeas and nays, 220, 263, 269, 323

(approved)
64. A bill for the relief of Thomas Miller and Ste-
phen Baker

200, 436, 138, 468, 470, 476, 492

(approved)
65. A bill for the relief of Benjamin Berry 200, 444. 449,

484, 492, 503

(approved)
66. A bill to authorize payment in certain cases on

account of Treasury Notes which have been lost or
destroyed

204, 449
67. A bill for the relief of Jonathan Amory, jun. and
the representatives of Thomas C. Amory, deceased 204,

444, 449. 484, 492. 499

(approved)
68. A bill to incorporate the Columbia Institute 203, 444,

449, 495, 502, 504,

(approved)
69. A bill for the relief of Elbert Herring

218
70. A bill for the relief of John Kennedy and Henry
Nail, or their legal representatives

218

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BILLS of the House of Representatives-
71. A bill for the relief of gen. Jacob Brown 224, 418, 423,

468, 470, 476, 492

(approved)
72. A bill supplementary to the act regulating the du-
ties on imports and tonnage, passed 27th April, 1816 224,

450, 456

(postponed indefinitely)
73. A bill to increase the duties on iron in bars and

bolts, iron in pigs, nails and alum, and to disallow
the drawback of duties on the re-exportation of
gunpowder

224, 458, 463, 469
yeas and nays

470
[title amended to read, “ A bill to increase the du-

ties on iron in bars and bolts, iron in pigs, cast-
ings, nails and alum

495, 502, 504

(approved)
74, A bill for the benefit of Thomas Carr and others 225, 456

(to lie)
75. A bill to continue in force, from and after the

30th of June, 1819, until the 30th of June, 1826,
the 4th paragraph of the 1st sec. of the act, entitled
“ An act to regulate the duties on imports and
tonnage

223, 471,
yeas and nays

479, 495, 502, 504

(approved)
76. A bill for the relief of the owners of the ship Ari-
adne, and her cargo

227, 450, 453,

(rejected by yeas and nays)
77. A bill for the relief of Jonas Harrison 227, 450, 454,

494, 501, 504

(approved)
78. A bill for the relief of John Dillon 227, 450, 454,

494, 501, 503

(approved)
79. A bill for the relief of a company of rangers 229, 450,

454, 484,
(postponed to 1st Monday in July next)
80. A bill for the relief of captain Benjamin Johnson
and captain Henry Gist 229, 450, 454, 495, 502, 504

(approved)
81. A bill supplementary to the several acts for the

adjustment of land claims in the state of Louisiana,
and territory of Missouri

229, 457

(to lie)
82. A bill for the relief of John Wilmot

233
83. A bill for the final adjudication of claims to land

in the Missouri territory of the legal representa-

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BILLS of the House of Representatives

tives of Elisha and William Winter, Gabriel Winter,

and the legal representatives of Jacque Clamorgan 233
84. A bill making appropriations for the support of the
navy of the United States, for the year 1818 244, 263,

271, 318, 347, 365

(approved)
85. A bill for the relief of John B. Dabney 244, 458,

461, 495, 501, 504

(approoed)
86. A bill repealing so much of an act as allows pay
and emoluments to brevet rank

244, 458

(postponed indefinitely)
87. A bill fixing the compensation of the Secretary

of the Senate, and Clerk of the House of Represen-
tatives, and the clerks employed in their offices 249, 256,

328, 345, 467, 483, 492, 499

(approved)
38. A bill for the relief of Madam Poidevin 249, 484, 487,

500, 503, 504

(approved)
89. A bill for the relief of B. and P. Jourdan, Bro-
thers

249, 493
90. A bill making appropriations for the support of
government, for the year 1818 251, 381, 384, 389, 392,

393, 397
outfit minister to La Plata, yeas and nays 403, 424, 425,

428, 449

(approved)
91. A bill explanatory of the act authorizing the sale

of certain grounds belonging to the United States
in the city of Washington

251
92. A bill for the relief of Narcissus Broutin and
others

255, 378, 381, 424, 425, 428, 4:49

(approved)
93. A bill for the more convenient crganization of the

courts of the United States, and the appointment of
circuit judges

255, 277
94. A bill for the relief of Daniel Burnet, Gibson

Clark, and the legal representatives of Hubert
Rowell
255, 393, 404, 406, 419, 427, 440, 463

(approved)
95. A bill for altering the term of holding the district
court, for the district of Virginia 262, 271, 358, 359, 365

(approved)
96. A bill to establish a judicial district in Virginia,
west of the Alleghany mountain

262
97. A bill to authorize the apprehension of foreign

seamen, deserting the vessels to which they belong 268

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BILLS of the House of Representatives—

98. A bill confirn.ing certain claims to land in the
Illinois territory

269
99. A bill granting to Mehitable Cole, the land there-
in mentioned

269
100. A bill authorizing the removal of a patent grant-
ed to Andrew Law

220
101. A bill respecting invalids

269
102. A bill for the relief of William B. Lewis

270
103. A bill concerning widows of the militia

ib.
104. A bill relative to the heirs of Caron de Beau-
marchais

269
105. A bill for the admission of Cadets into the Mili:
tary Academy

270
106. A bill more effectually to provide for the punish-

ment of certain crimes against the United States,
and for other purposes

279, 384
107. A bill for the relief of the inhabitants of Prairie
du Chien

273
108. A bill supplementary to an act, entitled “ An act

to regulate the collection of the duties on imports
and tonnase" passed the 2d day of March, 1799 274, 456,

462, 469, 498, 503, 504

(approved)
109. A bill for the relief of William Barton

274
110. A bill tor the relief of Benjamin Pool

ib.
111. A bill for the relief of Thomas Hall Jervey 28+
112. A bill authorizing the distribution of a sum of mo-

ney among the representatives of commodore Ed-
ward Preble, and the officers and crew of the brig
Syren

289
115. A bill to extend for the further term of five years,

the pensions heretofore granted to the widows and
orphans of the officers and soldiers, who died or were
killed in the late war

289
114. A bill to incorporate a company to build a bridge

over the Eastern Branch of Potomac, from the
southern termination of 11th street cast, in the city
of Washington

295
115. A bill authorizing a sum of money to be distribu-

ted among the officers and crew, of the late private
armed brig, the General Armstrong

298
116. A bill supplementary to the several acts relative
to direct taxes and internal duties 302, 460, 483, 487,

494, 501, 504
(approved)

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