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Mr. John Klingensmith, jr. Mr. William L. May

Mr. William N. Shinn
Amos Lane
Jonathan McCarty

Francis 0. J. Smith
Gerrit Y. Lansing

Thomas M. T. McKennan David Spangler
John Laporte
Jobn McKeon

William Sprague, jr.
Joab Lawler
Isaac McKim

James Standefer
George W. Lay
Jesse Miller

Bellamy Storer
Gideon Lee

William Montgomery Joel B. Sutherland
Joshua Lee

Henry A. Muhlenberg, John Taliaferro
Thomas Lee
George W. Owens

William Taylor
Luke Lea
Sherman Page

Francis Thomas
Stephen B. Leonard
William Patterson

John Thomson
Henry Logan
Franklin Pierce

Isaac Toucey
Edward Lucas
Dutee J. Pearce

George W. B. Towns
Francis S. Lyon
Henry L. Pinckney

Joel Turrill
Abijah Mann, jr:
Abraham Rencher

Aaron Vanderpoel
Job Mann
John Reynolds

Samuel F. Vinton
Joshua L. Martin
Joseph Reynolds

David D. Wagener
John Y. Mason
John Roane

Aaron Ward
William Mason

Ferdinand S. Schenck Joseph Weeks
Moses Mason, jr.
William Seymour

Sherrod Willians
Sampson Mason

Augustine H. Shepperd
Abram P. Maury

Ebenezer J. Shields
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. William J. Grayson Mr. Mathias Morris
Heman Allen
George Grennell, jr.

James Parker
Jeremiah Bailey
John K. Griffin

Gorham Parks
John Bell
Hiland Hall

John M. Patton
James W. Bouldin
James H. Hammond

James A. Pearce
George N. Briggs
James Harlan

Ebenezer

Pettigrew
John Calhoon
James Harper

Francis W. Pickens
William B. Calhoun
Abner Hazeltine

David Potts, jr.
Robert B. Campbell
Samuel Hoar

John Reed
Timothy Childs
Hopkins Holsey

Eleazer W. Ripley
Nath. H. Claiborne
Elias Howell

John Robertson
William Clark
Hiram P. Hunt

James Rogers
Thomas Corwin
Joseph R. Ingersoll

David Russell
Caleb Cushing
William Jackson

William B. Shepard
Harmar Denny
Henry F. Janes

William Slade
George C. Dromgoole Henry Johnson

Waddy Thompson, jr.
George Evans
Abbott Lawrence

Joseph R. Underwood
Horace Everett
Levi Lincoln

George C. Washington
Samuel Fowler
Thomas C. Love

Taylor Webster
James Garland
George Loyall

John White
Rice Garland
William McComas

Elisha Whittlesey
Thomas Glascock
James J. McCay

Lewis Williams
James Graham
Charles F. Mercer

Henry A. Wise
Francis Granger

John J. Milligan The main question was then put: Will the House reconsider the vote of the 13th instant, referring to the Committee for the District of Columbia, the petition of inhabitants of Cummington, in the State of Massachusetts, praying for the immediate abolition of slavery, and the slave trade, within the District of Columbia ?

Yeas,

148, And passed in the affirmative, Nays,

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

Those who voted in the affirmative, are,
Mr. Joseph B. Anthony Mr. Lynn Boyd

Mr. John Chambers
James M. H. Beale
John W. Brown

John Chaney
Benning M. Bean
Samuel Bunch

Reuben Chapman
Samuel Beardsley
Robert Burns

Graham H. Chapin
John Bell
John Calhoon

Nath. H. Claiborne
Abraham Bockee

Churchill C. Cambreleng Jesse F. Cleveland
James W. Bouldin
Robert B. Campbell

John Coffee
Mathias J. Bovee
William B. Carter

Walter Coles

Mr. Henry W. Connor Mr. Joseph Johnson

Mr. William Patterson
Robert Craig
Richard M. Johnson

John M. Patton
John Cramer
Cave Johnson

Franklin Pierce
Samuel Cashman
Henry Johnson

James A. Pearce
John W. Davis
John W. Jones

Ebenezer Pettigrew
Edmund Deberry
Andrew T. Judson

Lancelot Phelps
Philemon Dickerson
William Kennon

Francis W. Pickens
Ulysses F. Doubleday
Daniel Kilgore

Henry L. Pinckney
George C. Dromgoole George L. Kinnard

Abraham Rencher
William C. Dunlap
John Klingensmith, jr.

John Reynolds
Valentine Efner
Amos Lane

Joseph Keynolds
John Fairfield
Gerrit Y. Lansing

Eleazer W. Ripley
Dudley Farlin
Joab Lawler

John Roane
John B. Forester
Gideon Lee

John Robertson
Samuel Fowler
Joshua Lee

James Rodgers
Richard French
Thomas Lee

Ferdinand S. Schenck
William K. Fuller
Luke Lea

William Seymour
John Galbraith
Stephen B. Leonard

William B. Shepard
James Garland
Henry Logan

Augustine H. Shepperd
Rice Garland
George Loyall

Ebenezer J. Shields
Ransom H. Gillet
Edward Lucas, jr.

William N. Shinn
Thomas Glascock
Francis S. Lyon

Francis 0. J. Smith
James Graham
Abijah Mann, jr.

David Spangler
William J. Grayson
Job Mann

James Standeter
John K. Griffin
Joshua L. Martin

John Taliaferro
Elisha Haky
John Y. Mason

William Taylor
Hiland Hall
William Mason

Francis Thomas
Thomas L. Hamer
Moses Mason, jr.

John Thompson
James H. Hammond
Abram P. Maury

Waddy Thompson, jr.
Edward A. Hannegan
William L. May

Isaac Toucey
Samuel S. Harrison
William McComas

George W. B. Towns
Albert G. Harrison
James J. McKay

Joel Turril
Charles E. Haynes
John McKcon

Aaron Vanderpoel
Hopkins Holsey
Isaac McKiin

David D. Wagener
George W. Hopkins
Charles F. Mercer

Aaron Ward
Benjamin C. Howard Jesse Miller

George C. Washington Edward B. Hubley

William Montgomery Joseph Weeks
Abel Huntington

Henry A. Muhlenberg John White
Adam Huntsman
George W. Owens

Lewis Williams
Samuel Ingham
Sherman Page

Sherrod Williams
Jabez Jackson
Gorham Parks

Henry A. Wise
Leonard Jarvis
T'hose who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. Horace Everett

Mr. George W. Lay
Chilton Allan
Pbilo C. Fuller

Levi Lincoln
Heman Allan
Francis Granger

Thomas C. Love
William H. Ashley
William J, Graves

Sampson Mason
Jeremiah Bailey
George Grennell, jr.

Jonathan McCarly
Andrew Beaumont
Joseph Hall

Thos. M. T. McKennan
William K. Bond
Gideon Hard

John J. Milligan
Nathaniel B. Borden
Benjamin Hardin

Mathias Morris
George W. Briggs
James Harlan

James Parker
Andrew Buchanan
James Harper

Dutee J. Pearce
Williarn B. Calhoun
Abner Hazeltine

David Potts, jr.
John Carr
Samuel Hoar

John Reed
Zadok Casey
Elias Howell

David Russell
George Chainbers
Hiram P. Hunt

William Slade
Timothy Childs
Joseph R. Ingersoll

William Sprague, jr.
William Clark
William Jackson

Bellamy Storer
Thomas Carwin
Henry F. Janes

Joseph R. Underwood
Joseph H. Crane
Benjamin Jones

Samuel F. Vinton
Caleb Cushing
John Laporte

Taylor Webster
Harmar Denny
Abbott Lawrence

Elisha Whittlesey
George Evans
The question then again recurred on the motion, that the said petition
be referred to the Committee for the District of Columbia; when

A motion was made by Mr. Owens, that the petition do lie on the table, together with all motions pending in relation thereto. And the question being put, It passed in the affirmative, Yeas,

144, Nays,

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

Those who voted in the affirmative, are,
Mr. Chilton Allan

Mr. Ransom H. Gillet Mr. Sampson Mason
Joseph B. Anthony
William J. Graves

William L. May
William H. Ashley
Elisha Haley

James J. McCay
James M. H. Beale
Joseph Hall

John McKeon
Benning M. Bean
Thomas L. Hamer

Isaac McKim
Samuel Beardsley

Edward A. Hannegan Charles F. Mercer
Andrew Beaumont
Benjamin Hardin

Jesse Miller
John Bell
James Harlan

William Montgomery
Abraham Bockee
Samuel S. Harrison

Henry A. Muhlenberg
Rallifi Boon
Albert G. Harrison

George W. Owens
James W. Bouldin
Charles E. Haynes

Sherman Page
Mathias J. Bovee
Joseph Henderson

James Parker
Lynn Boyd
Hopkins Holsey

Gorham Parks
John W. Brown
George W. Hopkins

William Patlerson
Andrew Buchanan
Benjamin C. Howard

Franklin Pierce
Samuel Bunch
Elias Howell

Lancelot Phelps
Robert Burns
Edward B. Hubley

Henry L. Pinckney
Churchill C. Cambreleng Abel Huntington

Abraham Rencher
John Carr
Adam Huntsman

John Reynolds
Zadok Casey
Joseph R. Ingersoll

Joseph Reynolds
Geurge Chambers
Samuel Ingham

Eleazer W. Ripley
John Chaney
Jabez Jackson

John Roane
Reuben Chapman
Leonard Jarvis

Ferdinand S. Schenck
Graham H. Chapin
Joseph Johnson

William Seymour
Jesse F. Cleveland
Richard M. Johnson

Augustine H. Shepperd
John Coffee
Cave Johnson

Ebenezer J. Shields
Walter Coles
Benjamin Jones

William N. Shinn
Henry W. Connor
Andrew T. Judson

Francis 0. J. Smith
Thomas Corwin
William Kennon

David Spangler
Robert Craig
Daniel Kilgore

James Standerer
John Cramer
George L Kinnard

Bellamy Storer
Joseph H. Crane

John Klingensmith, jr. Joel B. Sutherland
Samuel Cushman
Amos Lane

John Taliaferro
John W. Davis
Gerrit Y. Lansing

William Taylor
Edmund Deherry
John Laporte

Francis Thomas
Philemon Dickerson
Gideon Lee

John Thompson
Ulysses F. Doubleday
Joshua Lee

Isaac Toucey
George C. Dromgoole
Thomas Lee

Joel Turrill
William C. Duniap
Stephen B. Leonard

Joseph R. Underwood
Valentine Efner
Henry Logan

Aaron Vanderpoel
John Fairfield
George Loyall

Samuel F. Vinton
Dudley Farlin
Edward Lucas, jr.

David D. Wagener
John B. Forester
Abijah Mann, jr.

Aaron Ward
Samuel Fowier
Job Mann

George C. Washington
Richard French
Joshua L. Martin

Tavlor Webster
Philo C. Fuller
John Y. Mason

Joseph Weeks
William K. Fuiler
William Mason

Lewis Williams
John Galbraith
Moses Mason, jr.

Sherrod Williams
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. Timothy Childs

Mr. James Graham
Heman Allen
Nath. H. Claiborne

Francis Granger
Jeremiah Bailey
William Clark

William J. Grayson
William K. Bond
Caleb Cushing

George Grennell, jr.
Nathaniel B, Borden
Harmar Denny

John K. Griffin
George N. Briggs
George Evans

Hiland Hall
John Calhoon
Horace Everett

James H. Hammond
William B. Calhoun
James Garland

Gideon Hard
Robert B. Campbell
Rice Garland

James Harper
John Chambers
Thomas Glascock

Abner Hazeltine

Mr. Samuel Hoar
Mr. Abram P. Maury

Mr. John Reed
Hiram P. Hunt
Jonathan McCarty

John Robertson
William Jackson
William McComas

James Rogers
Henry F. Janes

Thomas M. T. McKennan David Russell
Henry Johnson
John J. Milligan

William B. Shepard
John W. Jones
Mathias Morris

William Slade
Joab Lawler
John M. Patton

William Spragnie, jr.
Abbout Lawrence
Dutee J. Pearce

Waddy Thompson
George W. Lay
James A. Pearce

George W. B. Towns
Luke Lea
Ebenezer Pettigrew

John White
Levi Lincoln
Francis W. Pickens

Elisha Whittlesey
Thomas C. Love
David Poits, jr

Henry A. Wise
Francis S. Lyon
And so the said petition was laid on the table.
And then the House adjourned until tomorrow, 12 o'clock meridian.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1835.

On motion of Mr. Thomson, it was Resolved, That this day, at one o'clock, P. M. this House will proceed to the election of a chaplain.

On motion of Mr. Mason, of Virginia, The House, by unanimous consent, dispensed with the presentation o petitions during the morning hour, and proceeded to the consideration of the message of the President of the United States, transmitting a copy of the constitution and form of State Government adopted by a convention of the inhabitants of the Territory of Michigan.

Mr. Hamer withdrew the motion made by him on the 10th instant, that the said message be referred to the select committee appointed on the message of the President, communicating documents in relation to the disputed boundary between the State of Ohio and the Territory of Michigan; and then moved that the said message be referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

The motions pending are the following:
By Mr. Mason, of Virginia,--to refer to a select committee.
By Mr. Howard,- to refer to the Committee on the Territories.
By Mr. Hamer,—to refer to the Committee on the Judiciary.
And after debate, the hour of one o'clock, P. M. arrived,

And the House proceeded, by ballot, to the execution of the order of this day, in the choice of a chaplain to Congress on their part; and upon an examination of the fifth ballot, it appeared that the Rev. Thomas H. Stockton, of the Methodist Protestant church, had received a majority of the whole number of votes given in, and was duly elected.

The message received from the President of the United States, on the 220 instant, was read as follows:

WASHINGTON, December 22, 1835. I transmit herewith, for the information of Congress, a report from the War Department on the condition of the Cumberland road, in the States of Illinois and Indiana.

ANDREW JACKSON. Ordered, That said message be referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals.

The Speaker laid before the House a report from the Secretary of the

Treasury, to which reference is made, in his annual report on the state of the finances, containing suggestions on the collection of the revenue, as connected with a report from the Treasury Department at the last session of Congress, on the number and compensation of custom-house officers; which report was referred to the Committee on Commerce.

The Speaker presented sundry documents, in relation to the contested election of James Graham, of North Carolina.

On motion of Mr. Vanderpoel, Ordered, That when the House shall adjourn to-day, it will adjourn to meet again on Monday next, the 28th inst.

And then the House adjourned.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1835.

By leave of the House, Mr. Jarvis submitted the following resolution, viz: :

Resolved, That a committee be appointed, whose duty it shall be to consider all matters touching the public buildings and public grounds within the city of Washington, with leave to report by bill or otherwise.

The said resolution was read and agreed to by the House; and

Mr. Jarvis, Mr. Ward, Mr. Lincoln, Mr. Haynes, Mr. Judson, Mr. Ash, and Mr. Pettigrew, were appointed a committee in pursuance thereof.

By leave of the House, Mr. Loyall submitted the following resolution, viz:

Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed on the part of this House, who, together with three persons to be appointed on the part of the Senate, shall direct the expenditure of the money appropriated for the Library of Congress.

The said resolution was read and agreed to by the House; and Mr. Loyall, Mr. McKeon, and Mr. Waddy Thompson, jr. were appointed of the committee on the part of this House.

The House resumed the consideration of the unfinished business of the 24th instant, viz: The message of the President of the United States, transmitting a copy of the constitution and form of State Government adopted by a convention of the inhabitants of the Territory of Michigan. The motions pending were the following: By Mr. Mason, of Virginia: To refer to a select committee. By Mr. Howard: To refer to the Committee on the Territories. By Mr. Hamer: To refer to the Committee on the Judiciary. These motions being severally stated to the House, by the Speaker, Mr. Mason and Mr. Howard withdrew those made by them, respectively.

And on the question, that the House do agree to the motion made by Mr. Hamer, viz: That the said message, and the papers accompanying the same, be referred to the Committee on the Judiciary, | Yeas,

113,

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

Those who voted in the affirmative, are,
Mr. Chilton Allan
Mr. Ratliff Boon

Mr. John Carr
Heman Allen
Lynn Boyd

William B. Carter
William H. Ashley
George N. Briggs

Zadok Casey
Jererniah Bailey
Samuel Bunch

John Chaney
Samuel Beardsley
John Calhoon

Timothy Childs
John Bell
William B. Calhoun

Nath. H. Claiborne
William K. Bond
Robert B. Campbell

William Clark

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