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William K. Bond
Mr. Samuel Hoar

Mr. Dutee J. Pearce
Nathaniel H. Claiborne Hiram P. Hunt

Stephen C. Phillips
William Clark
Leonard Jarvis

David Pouls, jr. 1 Walter Coles

Henry Johnson

John Reed A Joseph H. Crane

Abbott Lawrence

David Russell
George Evans
George W. Lay

Ferdinand S. Sehenck
Horace Everett
Levi Lincoln

William Slade
George Grennell, jr.
Thomas C. Love

Francis O. J. Smith en Hiland Hall

Thomas M. T. McKennan William Sprague, jr.
Abner Hazeltine
Mathias Morris

Joel Turrill
William Hiester
James Parker

Samuel F. Vinton
Those who voted in the negative, are
Michael W. Ash
Mr. Elisha Haley

Mr. William Montgomery
John Belt
Thomas L. Hamer

William S. Morgan
Abraham Bockee
Benjamin Hardin

Henry A. Muhlenberg
Lynn Bord
James Harlan

George W. Owens
Samuel Bunch
Albert G. Harrison

Sherman Page
Jesse A. Bynum
Joseph Henderson

John M. Paiton
William B. Calhoun
George W. Hopkins

Franklin Pierce - Churchill C. Cambreleng

Benjamin C. Howard

Ebenezer Pettigrew
John Carr
Edward B. Hubley

Balie Peyton
William B. Carter
Abel Huntington

Lancelot Phelps
: Zadok Casey
Adam Huntsman

Henry L. Pinckney
George Chambers
Joseph R. Ingersoll

Abraham Rencher
John Chaney
Samuel Ingham

John Reynolds
Reuben Chapman
Jabez Jackson

Eleazer W. Ripley - Graham H. Chapin

Henry F. Janes

John Robertson
John F. H. Claiborne
Richard M. Johnson

James Rogers
Jesse F. Cleveland
Cave Johnson

William Seymour * John Coffee

John W. Jones

Augustine H. Shepperd 5. Henry W. Connor

George L. Kinnard

Ebenezer J. Shields
Thomas Corwin
Amos Lane

William N. Shinn
Caleb Cushing
Joab Lawler

Nicholas Sickles
Samnel Cushman
Luke Lea

Jonathan Sloane
Elward Darlington
Dixon H. Lewis

David Spangler
Harmar Denny
Henry Logan

James Siandefer
Philemon Dickerson
George Lovall

Bellamy Storer
Ulysses F. Doubleday Edward Lucas, jr

John Taliaferro
William C. Dunlap
Francis S. Lyon

John Thomson
John B. Forester
Job Mann

Isaac Toucey
Richard French
Joshua L. Martin

George W. B. Towns 6 William K. Fuller

John Y. Mason

Joseph R. Underwood
John Galbraith
William Mason

Aaron Ward
James Garland
Abram P. Maury

George C. Washington
Rice Garland
William L. May

Elisha Whittlesey
Ransom H. Gillet
Jonathan McCarty

Thomas T. Whittlesey
Francis Granger
James J. McKay

Lewis Williams
William J. Grayson
Isaac McKim

Sherrod Williams
John K. Griffin

Jeremiah McLene l'he previous question was moved by Mr. Peyton, and being demanded a majority of the members present, The said previous question was put, viz: Shall the main question be w put ? And passed in the affirmative. A division of the question was then called for. The question was then put, that the House do agree to the first of the olutions reported by the Committee on Foreign Affairs;

Yeas

128,

20. The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present, Those who voted in the affirmative, are . Michael W. Ash

Mr. William K. Bond Mr. Samuel Bunch 1 John Bell

James W. Bouldin

Jesse A. Bynum | Abraham Bockee

Lynn Boyd

John Calhoon

Mr. William B. Calhoun Mr. Benjamin C. Howard Mr. Henry A. Muhlenberg
Churcnill C. Cambreleng
Edward B. Hubley

George W. Owens
John Carr
Hiram P. Hunt

Sherman Page
William B. Carter
Abel Huntington

James Parker
Zadok Casey
Adam Huntsman

William Patterson
George Chambers
Joseph R. Ingersoll

John M. Pation
John Chaney
Samuel Ingham

Franklin Pierce
Reuben Chapman
Jabez Jackson

Ebenezer Pettigrew
Graham H. Chapin
Richard M. Johnson

Balie Peyton
Nathaniel H. Claiborne Cave Johnson

Lancelot Phelps
Jesse F. Cleveland
Henry Johnson

Henry L. Pinckney
John Coffee
John W. Jones

Abraham Rencner
Walter Coles
George L. Kinnard

John Reynolds
Henry W. Connor
Amos Lane

Eleazer W. Ripley
Caleb Cushing
Joab Lawler

John Robertson
Samuel Cushinan
George W. Lay

James Rogers
Edward Darlington
Gideon Lee

William Seymour
Harmar Denny
Thomas Lee

Augustine H. Shepperd
Philemon Dickerson
Luke Lea

Ebenezer J. Shields
Ulysses F. Doubleday
Dixon H. Lewis

William N. Shinn
William C. Dunlap
George Loyall

Nicholas Sickles
John B. Forester
Edward Lucas, jr.

Jonathan Sloare
Richard French
Francis S. Lyon

Francis 0. J. Smith
William K. Fuller
Job Mann

David Spangler
John Galbraith
Joshua L. Martin

James Siandefer
James Garland
John Y. Mason

Bellany Storer
Rice Garland
William Mason

Joel B. Suite lazd
Ransom H. Gillet
Abraham P. Maury

John Taliaferro
Francis Granger
Williain L. May

Francis Thomas
John K. Gritlin
Jonathan McCarty

John Thomson
Elisha Haley
James J. McKay

Isaac Toucev
Joseph Hall

Thomas M. T. McKennan George W. B. Tous Thomas L. Hamer Isaac McKim

Joseph R. Underwoud
Benjamin Hardin
Jeremiah McLene

Aaron Ward
James Harian
Charles F. Mercer

George C. Washingto
Albert G. Harrison
Jesse Miller

Elisha Whittlesey
Charles E. Haynes
John J. Milligan

Thomas T. Whiülest Joseph Henderson

William Montgomery Lewis Williams
William Hiester
William S. Morgan

Sherrod Williams
George W. Hopkins

Mathias Morris
Those who voted in the negative, are
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. Hiland Hall

Mr. Stephen C. Phillips
Heman Allen
Abner Hazeltine

David Potts, jr.
Jeremiah Bailey
Leonard Jarvis

John Reed
James M. H. Beale
Abbott Lawrence

David Russell
William Clark
Levi Lincoln

William Slade
Joseph H. Crane
Thomas C. Love

Samuel F. Vinton
George Grennell, jr.

Dutee J. Pearce And so it was,

1. Resolved, That the independence of Texas ought to be acknos ledged by the United States, whenever satisfactory information shail ba received that it has in successful operation a civil government, capable

* performing the duties, and fulfilling the obligations, of an independ-i: power.

The question was then put, that the House do agree to the second res.) lution by the Committee on Foreign Affairs;

Yeas

113, And passed in the affirmative,

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

Those who voted in the affirmative, are
Mr. Michael W. Ash

Mr. William K. Bond Mr. Jesse A. Bunga
James M. H. Beale
Lynn Boyd

John Calhoon
Abraham Bockee
Samuel Bunch

William B. Ca

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r. Churchill C. Cambreleng Mr. Edward B. Hubley Mr. Henry A. Muhlenberg
John Carr
Abel Huntington

George W. Owens
William B. Carter

Adam Huntsman

Sherman Page Zaduk Casey

Joseph R. Ingersoll

William Paterson
George Chainbers
Jabez Jackson

Franklin Pierce
John Chaney
Leonard Jarvis

Ebenezer Pettigrew
Reuben Chapman
Richard M. Johnson

Balie Peyton
Graham H. Chapin

Cave Johnson

Lancelo: Phelps
Nathaniel H. Claiborne Henry Johnson

John Reynolds
John F. H. Claiborne
John W. Jones

Eleazer W. Ripley
John Coffee
George L. Kinnard

John Robertson
Henry W. Connor
Amos Lane

James Rogers
Caleb Cushing

Joab Lawler

William Seymour
Samuel Cushman
George W. Lay

Augustine H. Shepperd
Harmar Denny
Gideon Lee

Ebenezer J. Shields
Philemon Dickerson
Thomas Lee

William N. Shinn
William C. Dunlap
Luke Lea

Nicholas Sickles
Dudley Farlin
Dixon H. Lewis

Jonathan Sloane
John B. Forester
Edward Lucas, jr.

Francis O. J. Smith
Richard French
Francis S. Lyon

David Spangler
William K. Fuller
Job Mann

James Standefer
John Galbraith
Joshna L. Martin

Bellamy Storer
James Garland
William Mason

John Taliaferro
Rice Garland
Abrain P. Maury

Francis Thomas
Ransom 11. Gillet
William L. May

John Thomson
William J. Grayson
Jonathan McCarty

Isaac Toucey
Elisha Haley
James J. McKay

George W. B. Towns
Thomas L. Hamer

Thomas M. T. McKennan Joseph R. Underwood
Benjamin Hardin
Isaac McKim

Aaron Ward
James Harlan
Jeremiah McLene

George C. Washington
Albert G. Harrison
Charles F. Mercer

Elisha Whiulesey
Charles E. Haynes
Jesse Miller

Thomas T. Whiitlesey
Joseph Henderson

William Montgomery Lewis Williams
George W. Hopkins
William S. Morgan

Sherrod Williams
Benjamin C. Howard

Mathias Morris
Those who voted in the negative, are
Ir. John Quincy Adams Mr. George Grennell, jr. Mr. John J. Milligan
Heman Allen
Hiland Hall

Dutee J. Pearce
Jeremiah Bailey
Abner Hazeltine

Stephen C. Phillips
Andrew Beaumont
William Hiester

David Potts, jr.
James W. Bouldin
Abbott Lawrence

John Reed
William Clark
Levi Lincoln

David Russell
Walter Coles
Thomas C. Love

William Slade
Edward Darlington
And so it was,

2. Resolred, That the House of Representatives perceive with satisfacBion, that the President of the United States has adopted measures to ascertain the political, military, and civil condition of Texas.

A message was received from the President of the United States, by Mr. Dickins, Chief Clerk of the Department of State, notifying that the President did, this day, approve and sign an enrolled bill' (No. 523) entitled * An act making appropriations for the improvement of certain harbors therein mentioned, for the year 1836, and for other purposes."

A message from the Senate, by Mr. Lowrie, their Secretary:

Mr. Speaker : The Senate have agreed to the resolution to suspend the
seventeenth joint rule, for the purpose expressed, with an amendment; in
I which I am directed to ask the concurrence of this House : and then he
withdrew.

The said amendment was read.
A motion was made by Mr. Thomas, that the House do concur the rein

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And after debate,

The previous question was moved by Mr. Garland, of Louisiana, ard being demanded by a majority of the members present,

The said previous question was put, viz: Shall the main question be now put?

And passed in the affirmative.

The main question was put, viz: That the House do concur in the amendment of the Senate?

And passed in the affirmative.
Mr. Hardin moved the consideration of the following resolutions, riz:

Resolved, That the Clerk of this House be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay to each messenger of the House the same allowance for extra service as was allowed at the end of the last session of Congres ; also one hundred dollars to the chaplain for extra services, being the accustomed allowance for a long session of Congress.

Resolved, That the Clerk of this House pay to each of the five attendan's, other than messengers, employed in and about the House and its ofices

, the same extra compensation for their services as was paid to the like aftendants at the last session of Congress.

A motion was made by Taliaferro, to amend the said resoluion by adding thereto, as follows:

3. Resolved, That the postmaster of the House of Representatives be anthorized and required to employ Thomas Hurdell to convey the mail o and from the Capitol to the City post office, and the several departners: for which service the said carrier shall, finding his own horse, receive seven hundred and fifty dollars per annum.

And pending the question on this motion to amend,

The previous question was moved by Mr. Hardin, and being demanded by a majority of the members present,

The said previous question was put, viz: Shall the main question be bu put?

And passed in the affirmative.

The main question was then put, viz: Will the House agree to the res lutions, the consideration whereof was moved by Mr. Hardin ?

And passed in the affirmative.

Mr. Hall, from the Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills, reported that the committee did this day present to the President of the United States enrolled bills of the following titles, viz:

No. 2. An act confirming claims to land in the State of Missouri, and for other purposes.

No. 174. An act for the purchase of certain rights or inventions of William H. Bell, of North Carolina.

No. 255. An act to carry into effect in the States of Alabama and Vio sissippi, the existing compacts with those States, in regard to the five per cent. fund, and the school reservations.

No. 310. An act supplementary to an act entitled " An act to regulate the deposites of the public money,” passed June 23, 1836.

No. 214. An act to suspend the discriminating duties upon goods imported in vessels of Portugal, and to reduce the duties on wines.

No. 222. An act confirming claims to land in the State of Louisiana.

No. 574. An act to authorize the corporation of Georgetown to che certain streets in said town.

No. 357. An act for the relief of Frederick C. DeKrafft.

No. 426. An act granting half-pay to widows and orpans, where their husbands and fathers have died of wounds received in the military service of the United States, in certain cases, and for other purposes.

Ne. 545. An act to repeal so much of the act of March 2, 1799, as respects the issuing of certificates on the importation of wines.

The rule being suspended for the purpose of receiving the same,
Mr. Evans moved the following resolution :

Resolved, That the Clerk pay out of the contingent fund the amount of the expense incurred in executing the order of 28th June, for the distribution of certain books to members who have not already received them. And on the question that the House do agree to the said resolution ? Yeas

56, It was decided in the negative,

79. The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present,

Those who voted in the affirmative, are
Jr. John Quincy Adams Mr. Samuel Hoar

Mr. James Parker
Heman Allen
Edward B. Hubley

Dutee J. Pearce
Michael W. Ash
Hiram P. Hunt

Stephen C. Phillips
Jeremiah Bailey
Joseph R. Ingersoll

David Potts, jr.
Samuel Barton
Samuel Ingham

John Reed
Graham H. Chapin
Jabez Jackson

David Russell
William Clark
Henry F. Janes

William Seymour
Caleb Cushing
Richard M. Johnson

William B. Shepard
Edward Darlington
Henry Johnson

Nicholas Sickles
George Evans
Amos Lane

William Slade
Horace Everett
Abbott Lawrence

Jonathan Sloane
Dudley Farlin
George W. Lay

David Spangler
John Galbraith
Gideon Lee

Joel B. Sutherland
Rice Garland
Henry Logan

John Thomson
George Grennell, jr.
Thomas C. Love

Aaron Ward
Elisha Haley
Abram P. Maury

George C. Washington Hiland Hall

Thomas M. T. McKennan Elisha Whittlesey
Abner Hazeltine
John J. Milligan

Thomas T. Whiulesey Joseph Henderson

Mathias Morris
Those who voted in the negative, are
Mr. James M. H. Beale Mr. James Garland

Mr. Charles F. Mercer
Abraham Bockee
Ransom H. Gillet

Jesse Miller
William K. Bond
Francis Granger

William Montgomery
James W. Bouldin
Seaton Grantland

William S. Morgan
Lynn Boyd
William J. Grayson

Henry A. Muhlenberg
Samuel Bunch
Joseph Hall

Gorham Parks
John Calhoon
Thomas L. Hamer

William Patterson
William B. Calhoun
Benjamin Hardin

John M. Patton
Churchill C. Cambreleng James Harlan

Franklin Pierce
William B. Carter
Charles E. Haynes

Ebenezer Pettigrew
Zadok Casey
William Hiester

Lancelot Phelps
George Chambers
George W. Hopkins

Abraham Rencher
John Chaney
Benjamin C. Howard

John Reynolds
Nathaniel H. Claiborne Adam Huntsman

John Robertson
John F.H. Claiborne
Leonard Jarvis

Ferdinand S. Schenck
Jesse F. Cleveland
Cave Johnson

Augustine H. Shepperd
Jobn Coffee
Joab Lawler

William N. Shinn
Walter Coles
Thomas Lee

Francis 0, J. Smith
Henry W. Connor
Luke Lea

James Standefer
Thomas Corwin
Dixon H. Lewis

John Taliaferro
Joseph H. Crane
Levi Lincoln

Francis Thomas
Harmar Denny
William L. May

Isaac Toucey
Ulysses F. Doubleday
Jonathan McCarty

George W. B. Towns
William C. Dunlap
James J. McKay

Joseph R. Underwood
John B. Forester
Isaac McKim

Lewis Williams
Richard French
Jeremiah McLene

Sherrod Williams
William K. Fuller

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