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Mr. Jesse F. Cleveland Mr. Abner Hazeltine

Mr. Mathias Morris
Walter Coles
William Hiester

Henry A. Muhlenberg
Henry W. Connor
Samuel Hoar

Sherman Page
Thomas Corwin
Elias Howell

James Parker
Robert Craig
Edward B. Hubley

William Patterson
Joseph H. Crane
Hiram P. Hunt

Ebenezer Pettigrew
Edward Darlington
Adam Huntsman

Stephen C. Phillips
John W. Davis
Henry F. Janes

Henry L. Pinckney
Edmund Deberry
Leonard Jarvis

John Reed
Harmar Denny
Cave Johnson

Abraham Rencher
George Evans
Henry Johnson

John Reynolds
Horace Everett
Benjamin Jones

David Russell
Dudley Farlin
Wiliam Kennon

William B. Shepard
John B. Forester
Daniel Kilgore

Augustine H. Shepperd
Richard French
George L. Kinnard

Ebenezer J. Shields
Philo C. Fuller

John Klingensmith, jr. William Slade
Rice Garland
Amos Lane

Jonathan Sloane
James Graham
Gerrit Y. Lansing

David Spanglen
Francis Granger
Abbott Lawrence

James Standefel
Willian J. Graves
George W. Lay

Bellamy Storer
William J. Grayson
Luke Lea

John Taliaferro
George Grennell, jr.
Levi Lincoln

John Thomson
John K. Griffin
Edward Lucas, jr.

Waddy Thompson, jr
Hiland Hall
Sampson Mason

Joseph R. Underwood
Thomas L. Hamer
Abram P. Maury

Samuel F. Vinton
James H. Hammond
William L. May

Taylor Webster
Edward A. Hannegan
Jonathan McCarty

Elisha Whittlesey
Gideon Hard

Thomas M. T. McKennan Lewis Williams
Benjamin Hardin
Jeremiah McLene

Sherrod Williams
James Harlan
Charles F. Mercer

Henry A. Wise
James Harper

John J. Milligan
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. Thomas Glascock Mr. Moses Mason, jr.
Joseph B. Anthony
Elisha Haley

John McKeon
Samuel Barton
Srmuel S. Harrison

Isaac McKim
James M. H. Beale
Albert G. Harrison

Jesse Miller
Benning M. Bean
Charles E. Haynes

William Montgomery
Andrew Beaumont
Joseph Henderson

William S. Morgan
Matthias J. Bovee
Hopkins Holsey

George W. Owens
Jobn W. Brown
George W. Hopkins

Gorbam Parks
Andrew Buchanan
Benjamin C. Howard

Franklin Pierce
Robert Burns
Abel Huntington

Dutee J. Pearce
Churchill C. Cambreleng Samuel Ingham

Lancelot Phelps
Reuben Chapman
William Jackson

Joseph Reynolds
Graham H. Chapin
Jabez Jackson

James Rogers
John Coffee
Joseph Johnson

Ferdinand S. Schenck
John Cramer
John W. Jones

William Seymour
Samuel Cushman
Andrew T. Judson

Francis 0. J. Smith
Philemon Dickerson
John Laporte

William Sprague
Ulysses F. Doubleday
Joab Lawler

William Taylor
George C. Dromgoole Joshua Lee

Isaac Toucey
Valentine Esner
Stephen B. Leonard

George W. B. Towns
John Fairfield
George Loyall

Joel Turrill
Samuel Fowler
Francis S. Lyon

Aaron Vanderpoel
William K. Fuller
Abijah Mann, jr.

David D. Wagener
John Galbraith
Job Mann

Aaron Ward
James Garland
Joshua L. Martin

Joseph Weeks
Ransom H. Gillet

John Y. Mason A motion was then made by Mr. Howard, that the rules in relation to the presentation of petitions and memorials be suspended, and that the House do now proceed to the consideration of the motion made by him, on the 14th instant, “that the House do reconsider the vote taken on Thursday, the 10th instant, referring to a select committee, the message of the President of the United States, communicating sundry documents in relation to the disputed boundary between the State of Ohio, and the Territory of Michigan."

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And passed in the affirmative, Nays,

And on the question that the House do agree to the motion to suspend as aforesaid,

It passed iu the affirmative.
The House then proceeded in the consideration of the motion to reconsider,

And after debate, the question was put: Will the House reconsider the vote referring the said message to a select committee ?

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

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

Mr. George Grennell, jr. Mr. Jonathan McCarty
Jeremiah Bailey
John K. Grithin

Thomas M. T. McKennan
Abraham Bockee:
Hiland Hall

Isaac McKim
William K. Bond
Thomas L. Hamer

Jeremiah McLene
Ratliff Boon
James H. Hammond

Charles F. Mercer
Andrew Buchanan
Edward A. Hannegan

Mathias Morris
Sarnuel Bunch
Benjamin Hardin

Sherman Page
William B. Calhoun
James Harlan

William Patterson
Robert B. Campbell
James Harper

Ebenezer Pettigrew
William B. Carter
Samuel S. Harrison

Stephen C. Phillips
Zadok Casey
Abner Hazeltine

Henry L. Pinckney
John Chaney
Samuel Hoar

John Reed
Reuben Chapman
Benjamin C. Howard

Abraham Rencher
Graham H. Chapin
Elias Howell

John Reynolds
Timothy Childs
Edward B. Hubley

James Rogers
Nath. H. Claiborne
Adam Huntsman

David Russell
William Clark
Henry F. Janes

William B. Shepard
Henry W. Connor
Leonard Jarvis

Augustine H. Shepperd
Thomas Corwin
Henry Johnson

Ebenezer J. Shields
Robert Craig
John W. Jones

William Slade
Joseph H. Crane
Benjamin Jones

Jonathan Sloane
Caleb Cushing
Andrew T. Judson

David Spangler
John W. Davis
William Kennon

James Siandefer
George C. Dromgoole Daniel Kilgore

Bellamy Storer
Valentine Efner
George L. Kinnard

John Taliaferro
George Evans

John Klingensmith jr. Francis Thomas
Horace Everett
Amos Lane

John Thompson
Dudley Farlin
Abbot Lawrence

Waddy Thompson, jr.
John B. Forester
Gideon Lee

Isaac Toucey
Philo C. Fuller
Luke Lea

Joseph R. Underwood
James Garland
George Loyall

Samuel F. Vinton
Rice Garland
Edward Lucas, jr.

Taylor Webster
James Graham
Joshua L. Martin

Elisha Whiulesey
Francis Granger
Sampson Mason

Lewis Williams
William J. Graves
Abram P. Maury

Henry A. Wise
William J. Grayson

William L. May
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. Samuel Cushman Mr. Hopkins Holsey
Heman Allan
Edward Darlington

George W. Hopkins
Joseph B. Anthony
Edmund Deberry

Hiram P. Hunt
William H. Ashley
Harmer Denny

Samuel Ingham
Samuel Barton

Ulysses F. Doubleday Jabez Jackson
James M. H. Beale
John Fairfield

Joseph Johnson
Benning M. Bean
Samuel Fowler

Cave Johnson
Samuel Beardsley
Richard French

Gerrit Y. Lansing
Andrew Beaumont
William K. Fuller

John Laporte
Nathaniel B. Borden
John Galbraith

Joab Lawler
George N. Briggs
Ransom H. Gillet

George W. Lay
John W. Brown
Thomas Glascock

Joshua Lee
Jesse A. Bynum
Elisha Haley

Stephen B. Leonard
Churchill C. Cambreleng Joseph Hall

Levi Lincoln
John Chambers
Charles E. Haynes

Francis S. Lyon
Jesse F. Cleveland
Joseph Henderson

Job Mann
John Coffee
William Hiester

John Y. Mason

Mr. William Mason
Mr. Dutee J. Pearce

Mr. William Taylor
Moses Mason, jr.
Lancelot Phelps

George W. B. Towns
William McComas
David Potts, jr.

Joel Turrill
Je ve Milier
John Robertson

Aaron Vanderpoel
William Montgomery Ferdinand S. Schenck David D. Wagener
William S. Morgan
William Seymour

Aaron Ward
Henry A. Mahlenberg William N. Sann

Daniel Wardwell
Jaines Parker
Francis O. J. Smith

Joseph Weeks
Gorham Parks
William Spragnie, jr.

Sherrod Williams
Franklin Pierce
The question again recurred on the motion made by Mr. John Quincy
Adams, that the said message be referred to a select committee; when,

A motion was made by Mr. Hamer, that said message be referred to the Committee on the Judiciary:

And thereupon, Mr. Adams withdrew his motion to refer to a select committee.

And the question was put, that the said message be referred to the Committee on the Judiciary

And passed in the affirmative.
And then the House adjourned until to-morrow, 12 o'clock meridian.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1835.

Another member, viz: from the State of New York, Ely Moore, appeared, was sworn to support the constitution of the United States, and took his seat.

Jir. Gillet presented a petition of Jonathan Elliott, of the State of New York. praying compensation for property used by the United States troops, under the command of General Hampton, in 1813.

Mr. Gillet presented a petition of Joshua Hillyard, of the State of New York, praying for the passage of an act, authorising the payment for forage furnished the troops at Plattsburgh during the last war.

Mr. Gillet presented a petition of Benjamin Reynolds, of the State of New York, praying payment for wood and timber, and for services in furnishing the same, for the use of the United States troops during the

last war.

last war.

Mr. Gillet presented the petition of Elisha Button, of the county of Clinton, in the State of New York, praying payment of a claim, transferred to him by Anson Brinton, of said county, for forage furnished for the use of Government during the last war.

Mr. Gillet also presented a memorial of sundry citizens of the county of Clinton, in the State of New York, praying payment to the holders of certificates and due bills given by M. F. Durand, for materials and provisions furnished for the benefit of the United States troops during the

Mr. Gillet presented petitions of Allen Smith, and Elias Woodruff, of the State of New York, praying payment for supplies and labor furnished the troops in the United States service during the last war.

Mr. Gillet presented a petition of Ebenezer Wilcox, of the State of New York, praying compensation for damages sustained by the loss of a horse, while in the service of the United States, during the last war.

Mr. Gillet presented a petition of Charles Goodspead, of the State of New York, praying for the balance of a demand for stabling and hay, furnished the troops of the United States, during the last war.

Mr. Muhlenberg presented a petition of Jerome Barhyett, of the State of New York, praying compensation for injury sustained by the loss of horses and other property, while engaged in the serviee of the United States, during the last war.

Mr. McKim presented a petition of James J. Pattison, of the State of Maryland, praying compensation for injury sustained in consequence of the burning of his dwelling house, by the enemy during the last war.

Mr. Mercer presented a petition of James B. Chalmers, Horatio S. Chalmers, Mary Jane Chalmers, and Dorothy A. Chalmers, heirs of the late Rev. John Chalmers, deceased, praying for the payment of a claim in favor of their ancestor, for property destroyed during the invasion of the city of Washington by the enemy in 1814.

Mr. Thompson, of South Carolina, presented a petition of William Woodward and William Mitchell

, praying that certain money may be refunded, which they deposited in the patent office, for defraying the charges of a patent which was not issued.

Mr. French presented a petition of Richard Hart, of Kentucky, praying compensation for injury sustained by the loss of a horse, in the service of Government, during the last war.

Mr. Underwood presented a petition of Carlton Belt, of the State of Kentucky, praying remuneration for a gun, furnished to the soldiers during the last war, who went on the campaign conducted by General Hopkins up the Wabash.

Mr. Shields presented a petition of Thomas F. McCanlass, of the State of Tennessee, praying compensation for a horse lost while in the service of the United States, during the last war.

Mr. Shields presented a petition of David McCanlass, of the State of Tennessee, praying compensation for his gun, lost in the service of the United States, during the last war.

Mr. Moses Mason presented a petition of James Collier, of Ohio, praying compensation for services as spy to an army in 1794.

Mr. Thomson, of Ohio, presented a petition of Charles C. Haddock, of Ohio, son and heir at law of John Haddock, late of New York, deceased, praying remuneration for loss sustained by his said ancestor, by the burning of his dwelling house, with all its contents, by the enemy, during the last

Mr. May presented a petition of James Baker, of Illinois, praying remuneration for a horse, wagon, and harness, furnished for the use of the Illinois militia, in the service of the United States in 1832.

Mr. "May presented a petition of Thomas W. Taylor, of the State of Illinois, praying compensation for a horse taken into the service of the United States, while engaged against the Sac and Fox Indians in 1832.

Mr. May presented a petition of Isaac B. Essex, of the State of Illinois, praying compensation for a horse, lost in the service of the United States in 1832.

Mr. May presented a petition of Albion T. Crow, of the State of Illinois, praying compensation for the loss of a stable, destroyed by fire while in the possession of the United States troops in 1832.

Ordered, That the said petitions and memorials be severally referred to the Committee of Claims.

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

war.

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By Mr. Reed: The memorial of E. A. Lester, presented January 27, 1834.

By Mr. Pearce, of Rhode Island: The petition of David Cooke, presented December 27, 1834.

By Mr. Heman Allen : The petition of Charles Benns, presented December 30, 1833.

By Mr. Cambreleng : The petition of Moritz Fürst, presented January 21, 1828

By Mr. Lay: The memorial of Henry Hill, presented December 23, 1833.

By Mr. Lay: The petition of Frederick Richmond, presented February 23, 1833

By Mr. Grennell: The petition of Daniel Parker, presented February 2, 1835.

By Mr. Gillet: The petition of Nathaniel Platt, presented January 20, 1834.

By Mr. Gillet : The petition of Sylvester Phelps, presented December 11, 1833.

By Mr. McKennan: The petition of Thomas Hanson, presented Feb. ruary 9, 1835.

By Mr. Harper : The petition of Cornelius Tiers, presented February 9, 1835.

By Mr. Thomas : The petition of Thomas Crown, presented January 13, 1834.

By Mr. Howard: The petition of Richard Frisby, presented November 25, 1818.

By Mr. Howard: The petition of Richard Frisby, presented February 16, 1824.

By Mr. Howard: The petition of Samuel T. Anderson, presented January 25, 1830.

By Mr. Garland : The petition of Norborne B. Spotswood, presented December 9, 1834.

By Mr. Taliaferro : The petition of John Burke, presented January 12, 1835.

By Mr. R. M. Johnson: The petition of Eliza P. Hickman, presented March 9, 1832.

By Mr. R. M. Johnson : The petition of William Knox, John Haldeman, Peter Haldeman, and Alexander Scott, presented January 26, 1835.

By Mr. R. M. Johnson: The petition of William Christy, presented December 9, 1835.

By Mr. Harlan : The petition of Martha McKee, presented March 5, 1834.

By Mr. Mason, of Ohio: The petition of James McPherson, presented February 10, 1834.

By Mr. Crane: The petition of David Hull, presented December 14, 1834.

By Mr. Patterson: The petition of Henry St. John, presented February 9, 1835.

By Mr. Whittlesey: The petition of Thomas Haliday, presented December 15, 1831.

By M. Davis: The petition of Thomas Holder, presented January 5, 1835.

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