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Mr. McKeolit preserited the petition of James Maguire, of the city of Washington, praying compensation for extra services rendered in the Subsistence Department.
Mr. Turrell presented the petition of Jesse Wheeler, of the State of New York, praying compensation for the services of his son, à private in Captain Farrinton's company, in the arny of the revolution, who lost his life in the service of his country .;;1996.i.
iii' Mr. Harper presented the petition of Jacob F. Walier, of the city of Philadelphia, praving that a certain sum of money paid into the Treasury of the United States for a patent which was not issued, may be refunded to him.
Mr. Harper presented the petition of Elizabeth H. Caldwell, executrix of David Caldwell, deceased, of the State of Pennsylvania, praying for the pays. ment of the sum of $3,724, and also for a further súm of $792 38 due to, and withheld from, the deceased, by the Treasury officers of the United Siates. : 13011, . ' :*****, 01.1: lli..!!
Mr. McKim presented the petition of Lewis Matchanu, of Baltimore, in the State of Maryland, praying to be discharged from his liability as security upon certain custom house bonds..!!. ; I'
Mr. Washington presented the petition of George Bender, late major in the Army of the United States, praying compensation for services rendered in the construction of the Delaware breakwater.
Mr. Wise preserited the petition of Joseph Gresham, of the State of Virginia. praying for the payment of certain arrearages due upon a contract made with the Government for the delivery of one thousand cords of wood.
Mr. A. S. Shepperd presented the petition of Robert Brooke and Caroline his wile, of the District of Columbia, praying to be indemnified for hoases burnt by the enemy during the late war.'
Mr. Underwood presented the petition of Presley N. O'Bannon, : of the State of Kentucky, praying compensation for a horse furnished to the mounted troops from Kentucky, in the year 1813.
E The Speaker presented a communication from Commodore Barron, in relation tid a certain claim of John Thompson, of: Virginia, together with certain documents relating thereto.
Mr. Storer presented the petition of Presley Kemper, of Cincinnati,lin the State of Ohio, 'praying remuneration for services rendered its wagonus master in the northwestern army under Governor Meigs, in 1812348919.
Str: Kinnard presented the 'memorial of William I. Posey, of the State of Indiana, praying compensation for a horse lost in the service of the United! States during the last war. 1992-1, 1); 2011 01:1) 1907313!!1
Orderett, That the said petitions and memorials ibe neferred to the Committee Claimsiu..!! . D399251, 21951), DI 1965 1924; (01:13.4
The under mentioned petitions and memorials! heretofore presented, wére again presented andorfferred to the Conchitise df Claims, vizion: 9:13
By Mr. Greriell : OThe memorial of Commodore John Downes, presented December 12-18341 775107' 099029" 3520 IV 1.901991
By Mr. Wardweltzu The petition. of. Clarke Allen, i presented December 8. 1$34.
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By Mr. Taylor. The petition of Christopher Clarke," presented January 1a, 1835. és8.os:119277,479.1202
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By Mr. Milligan: The petition of John Jones, presented January 13, 1834.
By Mr. Taliaferro: The petition of John A. Parker and others, presented January 21, 1828.
By Mr. Lucas: The petition of James Cheek, presented December, 1834.
By Mr. Chilton Allan: The petition of Benjamin W. Dudley, executor of Charles Wilkins, presented December 9, 1834.
By Mr. Boyd: The petition of David S. Campbell, presented December 8, 1834.
By Mr. Kinnard: The petition of Scioto Evans, presented December 11, 1834.
By Mr. Kinnard: The petition of Andrew Hoover, presented December 10, 1834.
By Mr. May: The petition of frontier settlers in Illinois, in relation to
By Mr. May: The memorial of James Adams, presented January 24, 1834.
By Mr. White, of Florida : The petition of Elias Wallen, presented January 23, 1835.
By Mr. White, of Florida : The petition of Don Juan Madrazo, presented December 15, 1834.
By Mr. White, of Florida : The petition of Samuel Sanderson, presented December 29, 1834.
By Mr. Cave Johnson: The petition of Reuben N. Bullard, presented December 18, 1832.
On motion of Mr. Whittlesey, Ordered, That the undermentioned petitions, heretofore presented, be referred to the Committee of Claims, viz:
The petition of James Tilford, presented December 19, 1831.
The petition of John Pierce and Daniel Van Voorhis, presented, January 13, 1834.
The petition of Joseph Cooper, presented January 20, 1834.
The petition of the heirs of Thomas F. Townley, presented December 23, 1833.
The petition of Virginia Franzoni, guardian of the children of Francis Jardella, and administratrix of her late father, Guizeppe Franzoni, presented December 23, 1831.
The petition of the executors of William Findley, deceased, presented March 25, 1822.
The petition of Marinus W. Gilbert, presented January 20, 1834.
January 27, 1834. The petition of John WcDonell, presented December 23, 1833.
The petition of Henry Knowles, sen. presented January 21, 1833.
The petition of Owen and Jacob Rice, representatives of Jacob Eyerly, presented February 12, 1833.
The petition of Lieutenant Washington Seawell, presented May 6, 1834.
The petition of Joseph Kuss and Stephen Roach, presented March 25, 1834.
The petition of Jane Taylor and children, heirs of James Plunkett, presented April 28, 1834.
The petition of Josias Thompson, presented January 10, 1831.
The petition of John Saunders and Perley Putnam, presented December 16, 1833.
The petition of Joel Sartain, presented January 21, 1833.
The petition of the heirs of Benjamin Bentley, presented December 10, 1834.
The petition of Thomas C. Beacham's heirs, presented March 12, 1832. The petition of Abner Stetson, presented February 6, 1835. The petition of Jacob B. Gilbert, presented December 29, 1831. The petition of Charles M. Frazier, presented December 23, 1834. The petition of the sureties of Nicholas Kern, presented January 26, 1835.
By Mr. Calhoun, of Massachusetts: The petition of Roswell Lee, presented December 28, 1832.
Mr. Evans presented the petition of Barnard Pompilly, praying for a pension, in consequence of wounds alleged to have been received in the last war.
Mr. Evans presented the petition of Stephen Morrill, of the State of Maine, praying for a pension, in consequence of injury alleged to have been received in the late war.
Mr. Evans presented the petition of Samuel T. Winslow, of the State of Maine, praying for a pension, in consequence of injury alleged to have been received in the last war.
Mr. Hall presented the petition of Noah Miller, of the State of Maine, praying that his pension, which commenced on the first of January, 1835, may be extended back to January 1, 1815.
Mr. Grennell, presented the petition of Joshua Wheeler, of Worcester, in the State of Massachusetts, a soldier in the last war, praying for an increase of his pension.
Mr. Adams presented the petition of Tillson Barrows, in the State of Massachusetts, a soldier of the last war, praying that his name may be entrolled on the invalid pension list of the United States.
Mr. Dutee J. Pearce presented the petition of Michael Quin, of the State of Rhode Island, praying relief in relation to injury sustained in blasting rocks for the erection of fortifications in the harbor of Newport.
Mr. Heman Allen presented the petition of Amos Mansfield, jr. of the State of Vermont, a soldier in the last war, praying for a pension.
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[Dec. 16. "DISTI: Mr. Gideon Lięe presented the petition of James-B. Folsom, late, a,
a seaman on board the United States revenue cutter, Alert, setting forth that he was wounded by the bursting of a cannon at the time of the President's visit to the city of New York, in June, 1833, and praying relief in the premises ar
Mr. Banks presented the petition of George White, of the State of Pennsylvania, praying that his name may be placed on the pension roll of the United States, in consequence of the loss of his eyesight by the discharge of a cannonduring the last war,
Mr. Ash presented the petition of Daniel Palmer, praying remuneration for services rendered and misfortunes, sustained while a soldier in the late
Mr. Washington presented the petition of Eliza Causin and Ann Turner, praying to be allowed the balance of a pension due to their deceased father, John H. Stone.
Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, presented the petition.of. Ç. A. Collier, of the State of Kentụcky, praying for a pension, on account of an injury received while in the service of the United States during the late war. Mr. Owens presquted the petition
of Thomas Paine, of the United States Navy, praying for the passage of an act granting him a pension from the 7th of October, 1814, 10.the 7th of February,[1834,
Mr. Kinnard presented the petition of Aaron D. Foster, of the State of Indiana, a soldier in the last war, praying for a pension, in consequence of wounds received in the service of his country. It
Mer Kinyard presented the petition of John. 1, Newlandof the State of Indiana, alleging that he was wounded at the battle of Tippecanoe, in the year 1811, and praying that his name may be inscribed on the pensjon fplr
. Mr. Ashley presented the petition of George Elliot, of the State of Miss souri , praying for a pensign, in consequence of, wounds received during
the late war while in the army of the United States.
Mr. Everett presented the petition of Urel Holt, of the State of Vermont, a soldier in the late war, praxing that his name may be inscribed on the invalid pension,list. Wo HYDI. TIES: 1992
Ordered, That the said petitions and memorials be referred to the Comi mittee on.Invalid Pensionsri 31:10593 2 1 It On motion of Marveretta 1922
Ordered, That the petition of John Miles, presented' January 28, 1935, be geferred to the Gompittee on Invalid Pensions, et asse), 3.14
On motimpf Prs Doubledayu putere 177 09 et 20 34 Resolved, That the Committee on Invalid Pensions be instructed to ing quire, inte the expediency of granting a pension to William Slocum of the seunty pfSayugio and State of New Yorkiza
211ASTRU The undermentioned petitions and memorials, heretofore presented, were again presented, and teferred
to the Committee on Invalid Pensions, viz -ItBy, Ma, Kipuards. The petition of James, Calvin, presented December 23 1834. to By;M, vape dhe pelitign of EnglaBlaisdeli, Reçsented January 27, 1531. By Mridang: The petition of Richard Oliver, presented December 19
Jar: DULU.at al 11.5 By: Mļi Joseph Johnsan: The petition of Beverly Roy, presented De
By Mr. Howard : The penition of Edward Nicholas, presented December 11, 1833.
By Mr. Beardsley: The petition of John Munsee, presented February *171834
By Mr. Beardsley: The petition of Jared Bucksnghant, presented January 30. 1832.
By Mr. Taylor: The petition of Origen Eaton, presented March 21, 1834. * Bi Mr. Evans: The petition of Josiah H. Brown, presented Pebruary 17, 1834.
By Nr. Evans: The 'petition of lane Cartet, presented February 21, 1831.
By Mr. Henry Johnson : The petition of Robert Spedden, presented Decenter S. 1831...!
Mr. Robertsón presented the petition of Henry Gibson, clerk of the court of the United States, for the fifth circuit and eastern distriet of Virginia, praying hegislative relief in relation to the act of Congress providing compensation for the clerks in the courts of the United States.
Mr. Sampson Mason presented the petition of James Smith, of the State of Ohio, praying relief from a certain "judgment' obtained upon a bond, in which the petitioner was surety.
Mr. Sevier presented the petition of James Wilson, relative to a certain claim against the Government for damages on protested drafts. ...?
Ordered, That the said petitions and memorials be referred to the Committee on the Judiciary:..
The under mentioned petitions and' memorials, 'heretofore presented, were again presented, and referred to the Conmittee on the Judiciary, viz:
By Mr. Ashley: The petition of Joseph V. Garnier, presented January IN 1931.
By Mr. Patton : The petition of George Ficklin and Daniel Ward, presented February 3, 1831.
By Mr. Tahaferro: The petition of Nathaniel "Tyler, presented December 30, 1833.
By Mr. Sutherland : The petition of David Caldwell, presented May 19, 1931.
By Mr. Chambers: The petition of Thomas McClelland, presented January 20, 1834.
By Mr. Beardsley: The petition of Amos Buitler, presented January 13, 1931.
By Mr. Bailey: The petition 'of'Abiel Wood, presented December 17, 1833.
Mr. Cambreleng presented a' petition of sundry merchants of the city of New York, praying that the extra' duty imposed by the tariff or 1828; ' may he remitted.
Mr. Ingersoll presented a petition of S. Morris Waln, of the city of Philadelphia, praying relief in telation to certain losses by fire'in said city.
Mr. Ingersoll presented a petition of John F. Lewis, merchant, of the city of Philadelphia, praying relief from an increase of duty on certain Canton goods occasioned by the late alteration of the tariff law.
Mr. Owens presented a petition of the '« President, Directors and Company of the Steam-boat Company of Georgia," praying for the privilege of importing twó iron steami-boats into the United States, free of duty!
Ordered, That the said petition be referred to the Committee of Ways and Means:1:1. 1111
The under mentioned petitions and memorials, heretofore presented, were again presented, and teferred to the Committee of Ways and Means, viz: