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By Mr. Patterson : The petition of sundry inhabitants of Ohio, for a road under the Brownstown treaty, presented January 2, 1827.

By Mr. Sherrod Williams: The petition of inhabitants of the State of Kentucky, for the survey of the Cumberland river, presented December 17, 1834.

By Mr. Denny: The several memorials and petitions, heretofore presented, from inhabitants of Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia, asking an appropriation for the western section of the Chesapeake and Ohio canal.

Mr. Borden presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Massachusetts, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Taunton to Plymouth.

Mr. McComas presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Virginia, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Poplar Hill to Sharon, so as to intersect the route from Wythe court-house to Tazewell court-house.

Mr. Anthony presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Pennsylvania, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Columbus, Luzerne county, to Taneyville, in Lycoming county:

Mr. Hiester presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Pennsylvania, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Reamstown post office to Sheaffertown, in Lebanon county, and for the location of post offices at Whitehall, Sheoneck and Springville.

Mr. Claiborne presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Virginia, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Danville to Salem

Mr. Graham presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of North Carolina, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Franklin, in North Carolina, to Blairsville in Georgia.

Mr. Pinckney presented a petition of Benjamin F. Hard and Gilbert Longstreet, of Charleston, South Carolina, praying remuneration for services rendered in transportation of the mail.

Mr. Thompson, of South Carolina, presented a petition of sundry citizens of South Carolina, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Rathbun, in the State of Georgia, to Pickens, in the State of South Carolina.

Mr. Hammond presented a petition of sundry citizens of South Carolina, praying for the establishment of a mail route and post office at Corbittsville.

Mr. Pickens presented a petition of sundry citizens of South Carolina, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Abberville court-house to Moffattsville post office.

Mr. Pickens presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of South Carolina, praying for the establishment of a post route from Hamburg via Red Hill, to intersect the main route at Liberty Hill.

Mr. Thompson, of South Carolina, presented a petition of sundry citizens of South Carolina, praying for an alteration of the mail route from Greenville court-house to Ashville, North Carolina.

Mr. Glascock presented the petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Georgia, praying for the establishment of a post route from Franklin, in Lowndes county, Georgia, to Townsends post office, in the Territory of Florida.

Mr. Speaker presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Missouri, praying for the establishment of a weekly mail route from Cane Hill post office to Springfield.

Mr. Mason, of Ohio, presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the

State of Ohio, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Findley to Burlington.

Mr. Crane presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Ohio, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Jefferson to Cynthiana.

Mr. Storer presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Ohio, piraying for the establishment of a mail route from Cincinnati to Oxford.

Mr. Patterson presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Ohio, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Tiffin to Sandusky.

Mr. Ilannegan presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Ohio, praying for the establishment of a post route from Toledo, in Ohio, to Juliet, in Ilinois.

Mr. Hannegan presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of Michigan Territory, praying for the establishment of a post route from the town of White Pigeon to Élk Hart.

Mr. Hannegan presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of Michigan Territory, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Elk Hart, in the State of Indiana, to Bronson, in Michigan.

Mr. May presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Illinois, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Hennepin to Venus.

Mr. May presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Illinois, for a post route from Demoines, in Missouri, to Monmouth, in Illinois.

Mr. May presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Illinois, for a post route from Pittsfield to Rushville.

Mr. May presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Illinois, for a post route from Springfield to Bloomington

Mr. May presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Illinois, for a post route from Springfield to Vandalia, at or near Hillsborough, in Montgomery county.

Mr. May presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Illinois, for a post route from Carrollton, to intersect the mail route leading from Springfield to Vandalia.

Mr. Lyon presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Alabama, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Livingston to Washington court-house.

Mr. Lawler presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Alabama, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Wetumpka to Huntsville.

Mr. Lawler presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of Alabama, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Columbiana to Chambers court-house.

Mr. Lawler presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Alabama, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Tuscaloosa to Vienna.

Mr. Glascock presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Georgia, praying for an extension of the present stage route between Columbus and Carrollton to Spring Place.

Mr. A. G. Harrison presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Missouri, praying for a mail route from Jefferson city, Missouri, to Little Rock, Arkansas Territory.

Mr. A. G. Harrison presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the Territory of Arkansas, praying for a mail route from Fayetteville to the seat of justice in Barry county.

Mr. A. G. Harrison presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Missouri, praying for a mail route from Fulton to Paris.

Mr. A. G. Harrison presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Missouri, praying for a mail route from the city of Jefferson to Palmyra.

Ordered, That the said several petitions and memorials be referred to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads.

The under mentioned petitions and memorials, heretofore presented, were again presented, and referred to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, viz:

By Mr. Glascock: The petition of the sureties of Thomas F. Greene, late postmaster in the State of Georgia.

By Mr. Hiland Hall: The petition of inhabitants of Vermont, for a mail route from Bellows Falls to the Brattleboro' mail route, presented February 4, 1833.

By Mr. Wardwell: The petition of inhabitants of New York, for a mail route from Watertown to Rodman, presented December 27, 1833.

By Mr. Wardwell: The petition of inhabitants of Jefferson county, New York, for a mail route from Carthage to Watertown, presented December 30, 1833.

By Mr. Wardwell: The petition of inhabitants of New York, for a post route from Theresa to Hammond, presented December 13, 1833.

By Mr. McKeon: The petition of Patrick Green, presented April 5, 1830.

By Mr. Childs : The petition of inhabitants of New York, for a mail route from Rochester to Lockport, presented February 9, 1835.

By Mr. Craig: The petition of inhabitants of Virginia, for a mail route between Greenville and Waynesborough, presented January 5, 1935.

By Mr. Pinckney: The petition of Elizabeth S. W. Bacot, widow of Thomas W. Bacot, deceased, presented February 10, 1835.

By Mr. Sherrod Williams : The petition of inhabitants of Kentucky, for the Gainesboro' post route, presented January 22, 1835.

By Mr. L. Lea: The petition of sundry citizens of Tennessee, for a mail route from Philadelphia, in Monroe county, to Washington, in Rhea county, presented January 20, 1834.

By Mr. Patterson: The petition of inhabitants of Ohio, for the Jeromeville aud Runners mail route, presented February 11, 1834.

By Mr. Patterson: The petition of inhabitants of Ohio, for the Tiffin and Bucyrus mail route, presented March 24, 1834.

By Mr. McCarty: The petition of inhabitants of Indiana, for the White Pigeon and Ottawa mail route, presented February 10, 1834.

By Mr. Patterson: The petition of inhabitants of Ohio, for a mail route from Tiffin to Risdon, presented December 17, 1834.

By Mr. Patterson: The petition of inhabitants of Ohio, for a mail route from Mount Gilead to New Haven, presented December 17, 1834.

By Mr. Patterson: A resolution of the House of Representatives of the United States, of the 10th of April, 1834, relative to a mail route from Sandusky city to Finley, in Ohio.

By Mr. Patterson: The petition of inhabitants of Ohio, for a mail route from Perrysburgh to Melmore, presented January 19, 1835.

By Mr. Patterson: The petition of inhabitants of Ohio, for a mail route from Perrysburgh to Bucyrus, presented December 31, 1833.

By Mr. Patterson: The petition of inhabitants of Ohio, for a mail route mFin ley to Melmore, presented December 31, 1833.

By Mr. McCarty: The petition of inhabitants of Indiana, for a mail route from Indianapolis to Fort Wayne, presented February 10, 1831.

By Mr. McCarty: The petition of inhabitants of Indiana, for a mail route from Knightstown to Pendleton, presented January 19, 1835.

Mr. C. Johnson presented the petition of James Barrett, of Tennessee, praying a confirmation of his title to certain lands.

Mr. C. Johnson presented the petition of sundry citizens of the State of Tennessee, praying a confirmation of their titles to certain lands formerly leased conditionally to William B. Lewis, the title to which is now in the United States.

Mr. Webster presented the petition of John Riley, of Ohio, praying for an amendment of the act passed May 1, 1830, authorizing him to locate one thousand acres of land by legal subdivisions.

Mr. May presented the petition of Michael Thornton, of the State of Illinois, praying relief in relation to his bounty lands, granted him for ser vices rendered during the last war, and which are unfit for cultivation.

Mr. May presented the petitions of James Trumble, and also of Daniel Bush, of Illinois, praying for permission to surrender their military bounty lands, and locate on other land in lieu thereof.

Mr. A. G. Harrison presented the petition of Jeremiah Clay and Nancy his wife, of Missouri, praying for a grant to certain lands, upon the ground that the said Nancy was a settler in the province of Louisiana, in the year 1800.

Ordered, That the said several petitions and memorials be referred to the Committee on Private Land Claims.

The under mentioned petitions and memorials, heretofore presented, were again presented, and referred to the Committee on Private Land Claims:

By Mr. Pearce, of Rhode Island: The petition of William C. Hazzard, presented March 5, 1834.

By Mr. Lay: The petition of Abraham Forbes, presented January 28, 1828.

By Mr. Wise: The petition of Francis Jarvis, presented February 10, 1834.

By Mr. Pinckney: The petition of Elisha H. Bay, presented December 11, 1827.

By Mr. Crane: The petition of Henry Stoddard, presented December 30, 1833.

By Mr. Corwin: The petition of John Barkley, presented December 16, 1833.

By Mr. Carr : The petition of Joshua Kennedy, presented February 16, 1835.

By Mr. Carr: The petition of Etienne Lalande, presented February 16, 1835.

By Mr. Boon: The petition of Robert Farmer's heirs, presented January 15, 1835.

By Mr. Carr : The petition of Thomas G. Newbold, presented February 16, 1835.

By Mr. Lawler : The petition of William Moor, presented December 15, 1834.

By Mr. Lawler: The petition of James Moor, presented December 15, 1831.

Mr. Lawler presented the petition of David S. Lipscomb, of the State of Alabama, praying relief, in relation to his entry upon a certain lot of land, through mistake, which was referred to the Committee on Private Land Clains.

Jir. Lawler presented the petition of Amelia Leach, of the State of Alabama, praying for the passage of a special act for her relief, in relation to a certain lot of land, which was referred to the Committee on Private Land Claims.

Mr. Heman Allen presented the petition of Laura Wadsworth, of Vermont, widow of George Wadsworth, praying permission to resume the purchase of certain lands at the foot of the rapids of the Miami river, made by her husband, under the supplementary act of February 25, 1831.

Mr. Hazeltine presented the petition of Simon Wright, of Randolph, in the State of New York, praying permission to locate his bounty land in the State of Illinois, on lands equal to that to which he is entitled in the Territory of Arkansas.

Mr. Crane presented the memorial of sundry citizens of the State of Ohio, praying for a donation of certain lands, for the purpose of erecting thereon, in the county of Wood, a court-house and other public buildings.

Mr. Craue presented the petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Ohio, praying for the removal of the land office from Lima to Defiance.

Vir. Thomson, of Ohio, presented a like petition of sundry other citizens of Oni

Vr. Lane presented the petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Indiana, representing that sundry acts of Congress, relative to western lands, are erroneously construed by the surveyors, and praying relief in the premises.

Vír. Buon presented the petitions of John Fifer and James Calvin, Peter Guthrie, George W. Bennett, John Fletchall, and Benjamin Bennett, of the State of Indiana, praying permission to correct their entries upon certain lots of land.

3Ir. Vay presented a petition of the court and bar of Joe Daviess county in the State of Illinois, praying permission to enter a section of land, enbracing the town of Galena, for county purposes.

Mr. May presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of Laselle county, in the State of Illinois, in behalf of Jane Schemmerhorn and others, whose husauds were killed by the Indians, praying for a donation of a section of land to each for their relief.

Jr. Storer presented a petition of the Woodward High School of Cincinnati, praying for a donation of a township of land.

Mr. Reynolds, of Illinois, presented a letter of Joseph McLane, of the State of Illinois, praying for a grant of forty acres of land.

Nr. Lyon presented a petition of James Mills, Constant P. Mills, and Alfred Mills, of the State of Alabama, praying for the pre-emption right to other quarter sections of land, in lieu of those to which they are entitled, under the act of June 19, 1834.

Mr. Chapman presented a petition of John Jeffers, of the State of Alabama, praying that the register of the land office at Huntsville be authorized to issue scrip to him for the amount paid for a certain tract of land forfeited to Government.

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