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By Mr. Crane: The petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Ohio, presented March 5, 1834.

By Mr. Dunlap: The petition of Green Pryor, presented March 3, 1828.

Mr. Lawrence presented the petition of Henry Hatch, of the city of Boston, praying relief in relation to claims due the estate of the late Crowell Hateh, deceased, for property illegally captured and condemned by the French Government prior to the year 1800.

Mr. Sutherland presented the petition of John Randolph Clay, Secretary of Legation of the United States, near the Court of Russia, praying for his salary and remuneration for expenses incurred as Charge des Affaires to the Court of St. Petersburgh.

Mr. Ingersoll presented the memorial of the Insurance Company of the State of Pennsylvania, relative to an insurance on the brig Josephine.

Mr. Ingersoll presented the petition of Margaret C. Meade, of the State of Pennsylvania, relative to the payment of a certain debt due to her deceased husband.

Ordered, That the said petitions and memorials be referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs.

On motion of Mr. Washington, Ordered, That the petition of Alexander Scott, presented December 11, 1833, be referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Mr. Hard presented the petition of sundry citizens of Brockport, in the State of New York, praying for establishment of a mail route from Rochester to Lockport.

Mr. McComas presented the petition of J. F. Caldwell, of the State of Virginia, praying to be remunerated for injury sustained by the alteration of certain mail routes upon which he had contracted to carry the mail.

Mr. Luke Lea presented the memorial of sundry inhabitants of the State of Tennessee, relative to a mail route from Knoxville to Kingston, by way of Low's ferry, on Clinch river.

Mr. Dunlap presented the petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Tennessee, praying for the extension of a mail route from Lagrange to Coffinville, in the Choctaw Purchase.

Mr. Garland, of Louisiana, presented a petition of sundry citizens of Louisiana, relative to a mail route between Point Coupee and Cheneyville.

Mr. Lane presented the petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Indiana, praying for a post route from Napoleon, in Indiana, to Georgetown, in Kentucky.

Mr. Chapman presented the memorial of sundry citizens of Benton county, Alabama, relative to the establishment of sundry post routes.

Mr. May presented the petition of sundry inhabitants of the counties of Sangamon, McLane, Lasalle, and Cooke, in the State of Illinois, praying for a post route from Springfield to Chicago.

Mr. Ashley presented the petition of sundry citizens of Missouri, praying for the establishment of a mail route from Columbia, in Boon county, to the county seat of Lafayette county. * Mr. Ashley presented the petition of George Knox, of Rocheport, in the State of Missouri, praying for a change in the mail stage route from Columbia, via Rocheport, Boonville, &c.

Mr. Sevier presented sundry documents of James Edington, of Arkansas, relative to a remuneration for past services rendered to the United States, in conveying the mail.

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Mr. Sevier presented the petition of sundry citizens of Barre county, in the State of Missouri, and Washington county, in the Territory of Arkansas, praying for a certain mail route from Washington county to Missouri!

Mr. Sevier presented the petition of sundry inhabitants of Washington and Hempstead counties, in the Territory of Arkansas, for at inail 'route from Washington county to Jonesborough.

Mr. Sevier presented the petition of sundry inhabitants of the Territory of Arkansas and State of Missouri, for a mail route through Conway and Pope counties, to intersect the mail route from Little Rock to Fort Gibson.

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

, heretofore presented; were again presented, and referred to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, viz:

By Mr. Ashley: The petition of sundry inhabitants of Missouri, for Fort Leavenworth and Fort Towson post route, presented February 2, 1835.

By Mr. Ashley: The petition of inhabitants of the counties of Calavray, Boone, Monroe, and Randolph, in Missouri, for the establishment of a post route, presented December 12, 1833.

By Mr. Ashley: The petition of sundry inhabitants of Lafayette county, in Missouri, presented January 13, 1834.

By Mr. Ashley: The petition of sundry citizens of Missouri, for a mail route from St. Charles, presented February 17, 1834.

By Mr. Ashley: The petition of inhabitants of Morgan county, in Missouri, for a post office at the house of W. R. Butler, presented January 27, 1834.

By Mr. Ashley: The petition of sundry inhabitants of Missouri, for a post route on Black Water, presented January 20, 1834.

By Mr. Ashley: The petition of inhabitants of Missouri, for a post route from McKinstry's to Huntsville, presented December 30, 1833.

By Mr. Ashley: The petition of sundry inhabitants of Ripley, in Missouri, for a post route, presented January 6, 1834.

By Mr. Ashley: The petition of sundry inhabitants of Lafayette county, Missouri, for a post route, presented February 18, 1833.

By Mr. White, of Florida: The petition of sundry inhabitants of Jackson county, Florida, for a post route, presented December 15, 1831.

By Mr. Hall, of Maine: The petition of inhabitants of Islesborough, in the State 'of Maine, for a mail route, presented February 2, 1835.

By, Mr. Kinnard: The petition of inhabitants of Indiana, for a post route, presented February 10, 1934.

By Mr. Kinnard: The petition of inhabitants of Indiana, for a mail route from Martinsville to Michigan town, présented March 24, 1834.' . .' ' By Mr. Kinnard: The petition of inhabitants of the State of Indiana, for Noblesville post route, presented February 9, 1835.

By Mr. Kinnard: A resolution adopted April 10, 1834, relative to Martinsville and Shelbyville post roads.

By Mr. Kinnard: The petition of inhabitants of Indiana, for a mail route from Indianapolis to David Lindley's house, presented April 7, 1834. "By Mr. Kinnard: The petition of inhabitants of Indiana, for a post route from Shelbyville to Mooresville, in Morgan county, presented March 5,

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By Mr. Kinnaśd, The petition of inhabitants of Indiana, for a post route from Sirawtown to Kirk's cross roads, presented December 24, 1833.60

By pr-Lane: The petition of inhabitants of Indigna, for a mail royte, presented December 23, 1834.

By Mr. Lane: The petition of inhabitants of Indiana, for. Dearborn county post office, presented January 26, 1835,

By Mr. Riçe, Garland: The petiugn, of sundry inhabitants of Conçor; dia, in Louisiana, for a post route, presented December 16, 1833.

By Mr. Rice Garland: The petition of inhabitants of Claiborne, in Louisiana, for a post route, presented April 28, 1834.

By Mr. Heman Allen: The petition of inhabitants of Vermont, for a post route from Johnson to Derby, presented December 12, 1833.

Mr. Kinnard presented the petition of sundry inhabitants of Indiana, pray: ing for a post route from Greensburgh to Columbus, Ordered that the said petition be referred to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads.ga

- Mi. Taliaferro, presented the petition of Lucy Alexander and others, of Stafford county, in the State of Virginia, heirs of Doctor Lawrence Bro praying for an allowance due to their deceased ancestor, on account of certain prizes captured by the Bon Homme Richard, Capt. Paul Jques, in the revolutionary war, on board of which her said ancestor was surgeon. .1 Mr. Loyall presented the memorial of sundry warrant officers of the navy, consisting of gunners, carpenters, sail-makers, and boatswains, jon the subject of their salaries, . Mr. Loyall presented in the navy, praying pecuniary aid for wounds received by the firing of ą gun on board the United States ship Hornet in 1829 or 10.1" Mr. McKeon presented

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of Charles H. Duryee, a lieutenant in the navy of the United States, relative to his pay and rationsposer

Mr. Cambreleng presented sundry documents relating to the memorial Janette Taylor, one of the heirs of John Paul Jones, deceased. Mr.

, William Ray, late a quartermaster in the United States navy, praying fora, pension

Ordered, That the said several petitions
Committee on Naval Affairs. 1ouz?'
The undermentioned petitions and
memorials, heretofore prçsented,

were again, presented, and referred to the Committee on Nayal Affairs; viza

By Mr. Craig: The petition of Samuel W. Rüff, presented December 29 1834, me ossewaza de

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13, BxMr. Cambrelengd. The memorial,,of. Edmund Fanning presented

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29019901 Mr. Hopkins presented the petition of James Cuddy, of i Virgjwia, praying for a pension or compensation as an artificer in the revolutionary: war.

Mr. Chilton Allan presented sundry documents in favor of a claim of the heirs of Levi Todd, deceased, for half pay for services of their ancestor during the revolution.

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Mr. Mason, of Ohio, presented the petition of John Gregg, of Ohio, only heir of the late John Gregg, deceased, an officer of the revolution, praying for compensation due to his father.

Mr. Ashley presented the petition of Margaret Carter and heirs of Bennet Belew, of Kaskaskia, in the State of Illinois, praying for a grant of four hundred acres of land.

Mr. Ashley presented the petition of Isaac N. Piggott, of Illinois, praying compensation for services of his deceased father, rendered during the revolution.

Mr. Leonard presented the petition of Thomas Park, of the State of Indiana, praying compensation for private property taken for the use of Government during the revolutionary war.

Mr. Hunt presented the petition of Alvert Pawlings, of the State of New York, praying compensation in lands for revolutionary services.

Mr. Gideon Lee presented the memorial of Margaret Cooper and others, heirs of John Campbell, late of the city of New York, praying remuneration for services rendered by the said Campbell during the revolutionary

Mr. Washington presented the petition of the heirs of the late Col. Uriah Forest, of Maryland, deceased, praying for three years' half pay.

Mr. Washington presented the petition of the representatives of Col. John H. Stone, deceased, praying for commutation and bounty land.

Mr. Loyall presented the memorial of William E. Cunningham, of Virginia, relative to compensation for half pay due to his deceased ancestor.

Mr. Loyall presented the memorial of Doctor Joseph Prescott, a surgeon in the revolution, relative to commutation.

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

The undermentioned petitions and memorials, heretofore presented, were again presented, and referred to the Committee on Revolutionary Claims,

By Mr. Taliaferro : The petition of Thomas Wishart, presented December 11, 1833.

By Mr. Talaiferro : The petition of Doctor John Juliand, presented April 7, 1834.

By Mr. Taliaferro: The petition of Francis A. Thornton and Elza P. Gwinn, presented April 30, 1832.

By Mr. Ward : The petition of Jonathan Ward, presented February 13, 1832.

By Mr. Ward: The petition of Samuel Young, presented December 17, 1827.

By Mr. Loyall: The petition of Willis Riddick, presented December 27, 1833.

By Mr. Bouldin: The petition of the heirs of Peter Garland, presented January 8, 1835.

By Mr. Robertson: The petition of Col. William Fountain, presented December 10, 1834.

By Mr. Robertson: The petition of Garland Burnley's heirs, presented December 10, 1834.

By Mr. Fry: The petition of Stephen Moylan's heirs, presented Decem ber 9, 1834.

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By Mr. Banks: The petitition of H. H. Baird, presented February 20, 1832.

By Mr. Parker : The petition of Margaret White, widow of Anthony W. White, presented December 12, 1333.

By Mr. Gideon Lee: The petition of the executor of Anthony Bartow, deceased, presented December 16, 1833.

By Mr. Beardsley: The petition of Abel Guthrie, presented December 11, 1833.

By Mr. Lansing: The petition of John H. Wendell's heirs, presented December 21, 1831.

By Mr. Hiland Hall: The petition of Amasa Soper's heirs, presented December 11, 1833. By Mr. Everett: The petition of Lydia Parkhurst and others,

presented February 28, 1820.

By Mr. Judson: The petition of Frederick Knowlton et. al. presented December 16, 1833.

By Mr. Briggs: The petition of George Allen, presented April 6, 1832.

By Mr. Evans: The petition of Elizabeth Bean, presented December 27, 1833.

By Mr. White, of Florida: The petition of Jesse Potts, presented January 16, 1835.

By Mr. Kinnard: The petition of Humphrey Barrett, presented December 10, 1834.

By Mr. Davis: The petition of Francis Vigo, presented December 30, 1833.

By Mr. Garland, of Virginia : The petition of Isaac White and others, presented January 6, 1834.

By Mr. Garland, of Virginia: The petition of James Dillard, executor, presented December 22, 1832.

By Mr. Garland, of Virginia: The memorial of Thomas Massie, presented December 16, 1833.

By Mr. Garland, of Virginia : The memorial of Capt. Thomas Thweatt, presented January 6, 1834.

By Mr. Dunlap: The petition of Samuel P. Ash, presented December 9, 1834.

By Mr. R. M. Johnson: The petition of William Vawters, presented January 20, 1834.

By Mr. R. M. Johnson: The petition of Michael Knies, presented December 23, 1833.

By Mr. Hopkins : The petitition of William Rodgers, presented December 12, 1834.

By Mr. Hopkins : The petition of the heirs of Thomas Helm, presented December 15, 1834.

By Mr. Hopkins: The petition of Col. Francis Taylor, presented De. cember 19, 1833.

By Mr. Hopkins : The petition of John Layton's heirs, presented January 20, 1834.

By Mr. Hopkins : The petition of Robert Layton, presented January 20, 1834.

By Mr. Hopkins, The petition of Doctor G. B. Horner, presented Jan; uary 5, 1835.

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