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By Mr. White, of Florida: The petition of inhabitants of Florida relative to Fort Marion sea wall, presented April 7, 1834.

By Mr. Cambreleng: The petition of Robert McJimsey, presented March 5, 1834.

By Mr. Cambreleng: The petition of Thomas Dickson & Co. presented December 11, 1833.

Mr. Weeks presented the petition of Nathaniel Gunniston, of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, owner and master of the schooner Fanny, in the year 1803, praying that a fisherman's bounty may be granted him.

Mr. Adams presented the petition of sundry inhabitants of the Territory of Michigan, praying for the speedy construction of a harbor at the mouth of St. Joseph's, in the Michigan Territory.

Mr. Jarvis presented a petition for the same purpose from other inhabitants of Michigan.

Mr. Philips presented the petition of Ebenezer Phillips and others, of the State of Massachusetts, praying for an allowance of bounty on a fishing vessel duly fitted out and lost at sea.

Mr. Lawrence presented the petition of the public appraisers for the port of Boston, praying for an additional compensation for their services.

Mr. Judson presented the petition of sundry citizens of the State of Connecticut, praying that the city of Norwich be made a port of entry.

Mr. Lansing presented the petition of sundry masters and owners of vessels navigating the Hudson river, praying for the erection of a lighthouse at a place called Esopus Meadows, and the placing of a buoy on the wreck of a vessel sunk in Tappan bay.

Mr. Ashley presented the memorial of the Legislature of the State of Missouri, relative to the establishment of hospitals on the western waters.

Mr. Ashley also presented a memorial of the General Assembly of the State of Missouri, relative to the trade between that State and the Republic of Mexico.

Mr. Serier presented the memorial of the General Assembly of the Territory of Arkansas, relative to an appropriation for the building of a hospital near the mouth of White river, on the Mississippi.

Mr. Joseph M. White submitted sundry documents relative to a lighthouse on South Cape, in Florida.

Ordered, That the said petition and memorials be referred to the Committee on Commerce.

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

By Mr. Hall: The petition of sundry citizens of the State of Maine, presented February 17, 1834

By Mr. Harper: The petition of George Gott and Jonathan Tarr, presented January 27, 1834.

By Mr. Philips : The petition of Joseph W. Green, presented May 15, 1834.

By Mr. Philips: The petition of Joseph W. Wormstead, presented Jan. 10, 1834.

By Mr. Harper: The petition of Abiel Roads et al. presented January 5, 1833.

By Mr. Evans : The petition of Reuben Colburn, presented December 15, 1834.

By Mr. Jarvis: The petition of Henry Darling, presented Jan. 9, 1832.

Be Me Smith: The petition of sundry inhabitants of Portland, (for a marine baital,) presented December 13, 1833.

Br Y Smith : The petition of sundry inhabitants of Cumberland ONLY Haine, presented April 28, 1934.

B:V: Smith: The petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Maine, for a light-house, presented December 27, 1833.

Bil: Smith: The proceedings of a meeting of merchants and ship farzan of the State of Maine, relative to a breakwater for Portland harbor.

5: Mr. Adams: The petition of sundry inhabitants of Gloucester, in the Sanz of Massachusetts, for a custom-house, presented December 16, 1833. By Wr

. Adams: The petition of sundry inhabitants of Plymouth, Massachusetts, for a custom-house, presented January 21, 1833. B: Mr. Ingham : The petition of William Stannard, presented February

B; Mr. Heman Allen: The petition of sundry citizens of Burlington, in the State of Vermont, relative to breakwater in Burlington bay, presented February 27, 1932.

B; Mr. Hard: The petition of sundry inhabitants of Oswego, in the State of New York, relative to Oak Orchard harbor, presented Jan. 4, 1832.

B: Mr. Hard: The petition of sundry inhabitants of Niagara county, Ver Tork

, relative to a harbor at Eighteen Mile creek, presented Decenzber 15.131.

Bp. ll. Gillet: The petition of sundry inhabitants of Franklin county, Ver Forkrelative to breakwater and light-house, Plattsburgh and Cumbrand Head, presented March 6, 1832.

By II. Mekim: The petition of the corporation of Baltimore, in Marytard latire to harbor, presented February 10, 1834.

Bi Wr. Joseph M. White: A resolution and documents relative to St. in the harbor, in Florida, presented December 14, 1832. B: Mr. Joseph M. White: The petition of sundry inhabitants of Florida, for light-house on east end St. George's Island, presented January 13, 1834.

B; Jr. Joseph M. White: The petition of inhabitants of Florida, for higu: 2.ouse on Egmont Island, presented February 10, 1834.

B: Mr. Joseph M. White: The petition of inhabitants of Florida, for eta house and custom-house in Pensacola, presented December 13,

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- Mr. Joseph M. White: The petition of inhabitants of Florida, relaOcilla river, presented February 23, 1835.

B. Xr. Joseph M. White: The resolutions of the Legislative Council of Fra. for the improvement of the Suwannee river, presented February

On motion of Mr. White, of Florida, Perodred, That the Coinmittee on Commerce be instructed to inquire 2001 te expediency of providing for the erection of a light-house at the mai uitable site at the eastern entrance into Appalachicola bay, and

er at the pass into the bay of Mexico, at Egmont Island, on the coast

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On motion of Mr. White, of Florida, Rur/red. That the Committee on Commerce be instructed to inquire na be expediency of making an appropriation to improve the harbor of St Ayistine

, in Florida, according to the report of the engineer who made - survey, in obedience to an act of Congress.

On motion of Mr White, of Florida,

.1! Resolved, That the Committee on Commerce be instructed to enquirt into the expediency of making an appropriation for placing buoys in St. Mark's harbor, and two beacons on the east and west shoals, and buoys in the east pass into Appalachicola bay, in Florida.

Vr. Parks presented the petition of Silas Winchester, of the State of Blaine, a soldier of the revolution, praying for arrears of a pension.

Mr. Briggs presented the petition of Josephi Hewis, of West Stockbridge, in the State of Massachusetts, a soldier of the revolution, praying for a pension.

Mr J. Q. Adams presented the petition of Joseph Ewell and others, heirs of Thomas Church, deceased, of the State of Massachusetts, praying legislative relief in relation to the pension of their ancestor.

Mr. Judson presented the petition of Avery Downer, of the State of Connecticut, a soldier of the revolution, praying for a pension.

Mr. Heman Allen presented the petition of Thaddeus. Tuttle, of the State of Vermont, a soldier of the revolution, praying for a pension. -

Mr. Wardwell presented the petition of Simeon Meacham, of the State of New York, a soldier of the revolution, praying for a pension.

Mr. Wardwell presented the petition of Samuel Hubbard, of the State of New York, a soldier of the revolution, praying for a pension.

FIr. Wardwell presented the pension of John P. Becker, of New York, for a pension.

Mr. Gideon Lee presented the petition of Josiah Strong, of Montgomery, New York, a soldier of the revolution, for a pension.

Mr. Doubleday presented the petition of Elias Snyder, of the county of Cayuga, New York, a soldier of the revolution, for a pension.

Mr. Doubleday presented the petition of John Crofts, of the State of New York, a soldier of the revolution, for a pension,

Mr. Hard presented the petition of Benedict Alford, of New York, a soldier of the revolution, praying for a pension.

Mr. Brown presented the petition of Leonard Smith, of the State of New York, a soldier of the revolution, praying for a pension.

Mr. Hunt presented the petition of Moses Dusenbury, of the State of New York, a soldier of the revolution, praying for a pension.

Mr. P. C. Fuller presented the petition of John Packard, of the State of New York, praying for a pension, for services in the revolutionary war.

Mr. Beardsley presented the petition of Peter Dimick, of the State of New York, a soldier of the revolution, praying for a pension.

Mr. Washington presented the petition of Eliza Causin and John Turner, heirs of John H. Stone, deceased," of Maryland, praying for a pension due to him in his life time.

Mr. Steele presented the petition of Matthias Traverse, of the State of Maryland, a soldier of the revolution, praying for a pension.

Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, presented the petition of Margaret Lawrence, of Pennsylvania, widow of Daniel Lawrence, deceased, a soldier of the revolution, praying pecuniary relief.

Mr. Storer presented the petition of Joseph, Chambers, of the State of Ohio, a soldier of the revolution, praying for a pension.

Ordered, That the said petitions and memorials be referred to the Committee on Revolutionary Pensions. The under inentioned petitions and memorials

, heretofore presented, were

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ngain presented, and referred to the Committec on Revolutionary Pensions,

By Mr. Kinnard,, The petition of John Grilliths, presented January 8, By Hr. Kimnard; The petition of Obadiah Turpin, presented May 19,

; . 31. By Mr. Storer: The petition of John Wilkinson, presented May 19, 1933.

By Mr. Bouldini,, The petition, of, Robert Tucker, presented December 9. 1531.

By Mr. Bouldin: "l'he petition of James Myllings, presented December 10. 1834.

By Vir. Anthony:, The petition of Robert Martin, presented February 17. 1535.

By Mr. Beaumont: The petitiou of Any Wilson, presented January 17. 1535.

By Mr. Granger: The petition of James Fitch, presented Jan. 12, 1835. By Jir. Wardwell: The petition of Jacob Weaver, presented March 5,

By Jir. Wardwell.: The petition of Peter Doxțator, presented March 5, 1831.

Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, presented the petition of Henry M. Shreve, praying compensation for the invention of the steam snag-boat, heretofore presented May 9, 1934,

Vr. Huntsman presented the petition of sundry inhabitants of the u'estern district of 'Tennessce, praying relief in relation to occupant lands.

Mr. Garland presented the petition of sundry inhabitants of the western land district in Louisiana, relative to the land office in the parish of St. Landrie, in the village of Opelousas.

Mr. Lane presented the petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Indiana, setting forth that the construction, put upon acts of Congress by surveyors respecting the division of sections into quarter sections, operates very unjustly, and praying relief in the premises.

Jr. Ashley presented the petition of David Browning, of the State of Missouri

. praying relief in relation to an error in his certificate of entry of public land,

Mr. Ashley presented a memorial of the Legislature of the State of Missouri, relative to the right of pre-emption in the purchase of lands:

Mr. Ashley presented a memorial of the Legislature of the State of MisSouri. praying for a grant of 500 acres of land.

Ashley presented a memorial of the Legislature of the State of Missouri, praying for a change in the application of funds appropriated to the support of a seminary of learning.

Mr. Ashley presented a petition of sundry citizens of the State of Missouri

, praying for the establishment of a new and district, to embrace within is limits the city of Jefferson.

Mr. Ashley presented a petition of Jonathan Boon, of the State of Missouri

, praying permission to correct his entry of public land. Mr. Ashley presented a petition of David T. Talbot, of Missouri, praying for the correction of an error inza patent certificate issued from the land office at St. Louis.

Mr. Sevier; presented the petition of the General Assembly of the Termtory of Arkansas, praying that donations may be made, to those who, lost their improvements by virtue of the Choctaw treaty; uolui, un

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Mr. Sevier presented a memorial of the General Assembly of Arkansas, relative to pre-emption rights to settlers upon public lands.

Mr. Sevier presented a memorial of the General Assembly of Arkansas, relative to the draining of alluvial lands in the bottoms of the Mississippi.

Mr. Sevier presented a memorial of the General Assembly of Arkansas, relative to the construction of a certain road, and the completion of public buildings.

Mr. Ševier presented a memorial of the General Assembly of Arkansas, in relation to the petition of Capt. Henry M. Shreve, which prays for the right to enter six sections of land.

Mr. Sevier presented sundry documents relative to an application of Col. M. Arbuckle, of Arkansas, for relief in relation to certain lands.

Mr. Sevier presented the memorial of Enos Hannah, of Arkansas, relative to his claim of a donation of half a section of land as an actual settler on lands ceded to the Cherokee Indians.

Mr. Sevier presented the memorial of Allen Martin and others, of Arkansas, relative to certain lands appropriated by law of Congress for the use of schools.

Mr. Sevier presented the petition of Joseph Henderson, of Arkansas, praying relief in relation to the loss of certain papers concerning an adjudication of certain French and Spanish claims.

Mr. Sevier presented the petition of James Black, of Arkansas, praying compensation for injury sustained in the erection of a certain grist-mill on lands ceded to the Choctaw Indians.

Mr. Sevier presented sundry documents relative to the claim of the heirs of Thomas Patterson, deceased, to a donation of lands under the act of Congress of 1829.

Mr. Sevier presented the petition of John Wood, of Arkansas, praying for the right of pre-emption in the purchase of a certain lot of land in township No. 15, and range No. 29.

Mr. Sevier presented the petition of Thomas Parker Eskridge, of Arkansas, praying to be refunded the sum of $1,750 45 cents, with interest at the rate of six per cent. which he paid for lands in the Batesville land district, and at Helena, in the Mississippi land district.

Ordered, That the said petitions and memorials be referred to the Committee on Public Lands.

The under mentioned petitions and memorials, heretofore presented, were again presented, and referred to the Committee on Public Lands, viz:

By Mr. Joseph M. White: The petition of sundry inhabitants of the Territory of Florida, relative to Pensacola Academy, presented April 17, 1834.

By Mr. Joseph M. White: The petition of Peter Alba, presented January 12, 1829.

By Mr. Joseph M. White: The petition of the Legislative Council of Florida, relative to the building of a court-house, presented February 23, 1835.

By Mr. Joseph M. White: Sundry documents relative to the compensation of deputy surveyors of public lands in Florida, presented April 8, 1834.

By Mr. Sevier: The petition of William Marcus, presented December 16, 1833.

By Mr. Sevier: The petition of William C. Stevenson, presented June 17, 1834.

By Mr. Casey: The petition of John Dement, presented March 5, 1834.

By Mr. Kinnard: The petition of the Bloomington Rail-road Company, in the State of Indiana, presented January 19, 1835.

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