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By Mr. Webster: The petition of Thomas Sinnard, presented January 5, 1835.

By Mr. Loyall: The petition of William N. Ivy, presented February 20, 1835.

By Mr. Loyall: The petition of Thomas Murray, presented January 5, 1818.

By Mr. Loyall: The memorial of John Cowper, presented December 22, 1834.

Mr. Garland presented the petition of Samuel Hickok, praying for a bounty in land, for services rendered during the last war.

Mr. Harrison, of Missouri, presented the petition of Wynkoop Warren, praying for the liquidation and payment of his claim, for damages sustained on account of the loss of his baggage, while in the service of the last war.

Mr. Ashley presented the petition of Captain John Symington, of the State of Missouri, praying to be indemnified for damages and costs recovered against him, as agent of the Government, in favor of a citizen of St. Louis, in 1834.

Ordered, That the said petition be referred to the Committee of Claims.

Mr. Ashley presented the petition of Morris James, heretofore presented on the 23d of December, 1833; which was referred to the Committee of Claims.

Mr, Lawrence presented a memorial of A. and C. Cunningham, of the State of Massachusetts, praying to be reimbursed certain duties paid upon merchandise inported by them, and purchased prior to the passage of the tariff law of 1826.

Mr. Lawrence presented a memorial of Nathaniel Goddard, of the State of Massachusetts, praying to be reimbursed certain duties paid upon merchandise, an order for the purchase of which was given prior to the passage of the tariff law of 1828.

Mr. Lawrence presented a memorial of Samuel Austin, jr. of the State of Massachusetts, praying to be reimbursed certain duties paid by him upon hemp imported, an order for which was given prior to the passage

of the tariff law of 1828. Mr. Lawrence presented a memorial of Nathan Pratt, of the State of Massachusetts, praying to be reimbursed certain duties paid by him upon wool, imported and purchased prior to the passage of the tariff law of 1828.

Mr. Cambreleng presented a memorial of the chairman of the general committee of citizens of the city of New York, praying for an extension of credit on all existing custom-house bonds of said city, payable after the 16th inst.; also, for the investment of a portion of the unappropriated surplus revenue of the United States, in such funds, and in such manner as will

, in some measure, afford relief to the city of New York, from the late damage done by fire therein.

Mr. Cramer presented a memorial of Samuel T. Anderson, of Washington city, praying for an adjustment of his claim against the Government, arising out of the execution of certain orders from the Navy Department, in the year 1814.

Mr. Harper presented a memorial of the president and directors of the Union Gold Mining Company, praying for a remission of duties upon machinery imported for the purposes of mining.

Mr. Hubley presented memorials of sundry citizens of the State of Penn

sylvania, praying for a reduction of duty upon rail-road iron, or of such modification of the law upon that subject, as will place individuals upon an equality with corporate bodies.

Mr. McKim presented a memorial of William Willson and sons, of Baltimore, in the State of Maryland, praying to be reimbursed certain duties paid upon merchandise, exacted by the operation of the tariff law of 1828.

Mr. McKim presented a memorial of Frederick C. Graff, of Baltimore, in the State of Maryland, praying relief, in relation to certain duties exacted of him by the operations of the tariff law of 1828.

Mr. Pinckney presented a petition of James Robertson, of the State of South Carolina, praying to be refunded certain duties exacted of him by the operation of the tariff law of 1832.

Mr. Chilton Allen presented a petition of the Lexington and Ohio Rail-road Company, praying to be reimbursed certain duties paid upon rail-road iron, upon the assurance that the said iron shall be used for the purpose of making rail-roads.

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

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

By Mr. Smith: The petition of N. and L. Dana and Co. presented February 6, 1832.

By Mr. Smith : The petition of Philip and Eliphalet Greely, presented April 5, 1830.

By Mr Pinckney: The petition of John Fraser and Co. presented February 17, 1834.

By Mr. Wise: The petition of Jesse S. Kellam, presented December 22, 1832.

By Mr. McKim: The memorial of James W. Osborn, presented December 17, 1834.

By Mr. McKim: The memorial of James D. Walker, presented December 11. 1828.

By Mr. Canabreleng: The memorial of Robert Dickey, presented March 20, 1926.

By Mr. Toucey: The petition of David Watkinson and Co. presented December 11, 1833. · By Mr. Pearce, of Rhode Island: The petition of Asa Armington, presented December 12, 1831.

By Mr. Loyall: The memorial of Richard Drummond, presented December 16, 1834.

By Mr. Lawrence: The petition of Nathaniel Goddard, and others, presented December 10, 1819.

Mr. Kinnard presented a petition of sundry inhabitants of the State of Indiana, in behalf of Christian Shell, praying remuneration for his hogs, which have been destroyed by the Indians.

Mr. Reynolds, of Illinois, presented a petition of Robert Morrison, of Kaskaskia, praying to be remunerated for horses stolen by the Indians.

Mr. Reynolds, of Illinois, presented sundry documents from the heirs or legal representatives of Joseph Rock, alias Jarott, deceased, relative to a claim in favor of the said Rock, alias Jarott, for pork, flour, and tobacco, destroyed by the Indians in the year 1812:

Mr. Lyon presented sundry documents relating to the claim of John Phillips, as administrator of W. Walker and J. Phillips, for property destroyed by the Creek Indians during the late war.

Mr. Lyon presented the petition of Allen Yates, of the State of Alabama, praying a confirmation of title to a certain reservation of land.

Mr. Lyon presented the petition of William B. Trotter, praying indemnity for losses sustained on a contract to supply rations to a party of emigrating Choctaw Indians.

Mr. Ashley presented a petition of Davis Todd, of the county of Howard, in the State of Missouri, praying remuneration for depredations committed upon his property by the Indians.

Mr. Albert G. Harrison presented a petition of William Monroe and Joseph Wolfskill, of the State of Missouri, praying remuneration for property destroyed at the Boonslick settlement during the last war, by the Sac and Fox Indians.

Mr. Albert G. Harrison presented a letter from Joshua Bilcher, of the State of Missouri, praying to be reimbursed the amount of a salary paid by him, as Indian agent, to an interpreter, over and above the salary allowed by law, the same being $180.

Mr. Albert G. Harrison presented the memorial of sundry citizens of Clay county, in the State of Missouri, praying for the establishment of military posts on the western frontier of the State of Missouri.

Ordered, That the said several petitions and memorials be severally referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs.

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

By Mr. Sherrod Williams: The petition of the heirs of John Francis, presented February 2, 1835.

By Mr. Shields: The petition of Anne Anderson, presented December 11, 1834.

By Mr. Standefer: The petition of John McClenahan, presented January 30, 1826.

By Mr Standefer: The petition of John Brown, of the Cherokee nation, presented February 22, 1830.

By Mr. Lane: The memorial of John and Jeremiah Armstrong, pre sented December 11, 1834.

By Mr. Ashley: The petitions of Joseph Boggs, David Magill, Abraham Groom, Elisha Todd, and Ira Cottle, presented January 2, 1833.

By Mr. Ashley: The petition of sundry citizens of the State of Missouri, for damages for Indian depredations, presented December 30, 1933.

By Mr. Ashley: The documentary evidence in support of claims, for Indian depredations upon the property of citizens of Missonri, presented May 9, 1834.

Mr. Hunt presented the petition of John E. Wool, brigadier general, and inspector general of the United States Army, praying for an allowance of back rations.

Mr. Ward presented the petition of sundry officers of the United States Army, detailed for duty in the military bureaus of the War Department, praying for additional compensation.

Mr. Speaker presented the memorial of sundry officers of the Army of the United States, praying for their pay upon the principles adopted for the regulation of the navy.

Mr. Kinnard presented the petition of David H. Maxwell, of the State of Indiana, praying compensation for medical services rendered to a company of United States rangers, during the years 1813 and 1814.

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

On motion of Mr. Thomson, of Ohio, Oridered, That the report of the Committee on Military Affairs, made on the 230 January, 1835, upon the subject of “the messages of the President of the United States of the 19th of February, 1831, and the 20th of January, 1832, recommending that provision be made by Congress to carry into effect a compromise of the title of the claimants of the island in the river Delaware, called the Pea Patch,' on which Fort Delaware is constructed," and to which Henry Gale, many years since, claimed title, be again referred to the Committee on Military Affairs.

The under mentioned petitions and memorials, heretofore presented, were again presented, and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs, viz.

By Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky: The petition of H. S. Mallory, presented February 9, 1835.

By Mr. Pinckney: The petition of J. E. B. Findly and A. E. Dean, presented January 7, 1835.

By Mr. Reed: The memorial of Joshua Howard, presented February 2, 1835.

Mr. Mason, of New York, presented the petition of Ashbell Porter, of the State of New York, a soldier in the last war, praying for a pension.

Mr. Bockee presented the petition of James C. Hallock, of the State of New York, a soldier of the last war, praying that his name may be enrolled upon the invalid pension list.

Mr. Lansing presented the petition of Sabra Backus, widow of the late Colonel Electus Backus, who was killed at the battle of Sacketts Harbor during the last war, praying for a pension on account of the services of her husband.

Mr. Harrison, of Pennsylvania, presented the petition of Henry Keefer, of the State of Pennsylvania, a soldier in the last war, and also the petition of sundry inhabitants of said State in his behalf, praying for a pension.

Mr. Beale presented a petition of John Smith, of Virginia, praying pecuniary aid for services rendered during the last war.

Mr. Claiborne presented a petition of Hiram Saul, of the State of Virginia, a soldier of the last war, praying for a pension.

Mr. Lane presented a petition of Francis Bashford, of Ohio, who was disabled while in the service of the United States, and praying that his name may be enrolled upon the invalid pension list.

Mr. McLene presented a petition of Philip Coleman, of Ohio, who was wounded while in the service of his country, at the battle of Fort Meigs, praying for a pension.

Mr. McCarty presented a petition of George K. Cooke, and also the petition of sundry citizens of the State of Indiana, in behalf of George K. Cooke, a soldier in the last war, praying for a pension.

Mr. Cushman presented a petition of Samuel Kincaid, of New Hampshire, a soldier in the last war, praying for a pension.

Mr. Evans presented a petition of Elijah Hall, of Maine, a soldier in the last war, praying for a pension.

Mr. Evans presented a petition of William Poole, a soldier in the last war, praying for a pension. Mr. Evans presented a petition of Abraham Pettingill

, of the State of Maine, a soldier in the last war, praying for a pension.

Mr. Evans presented a petition of William Baker, of the State of Maine, it soldier of the last war, praying for a pension.

Mr. Evans presented the petitions of Phineas Whitney, James Stevens, Daniel Bazier, Bradley True Jipson, David Hodge, Caleb Stevens, Samuel Young, and Gilman B. Shaw, soldiers in the last war, and now residing in the State of Maine, severally praying for pensions.

Ordered, That the said several petitions and memorials be referred to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

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

By Mr. Heman Allen: The petition of Peter L. Allen, presented December 12, 1834.

By Mr. Mason, of New York: The petition of Doctor Sylvester Nash, presented December 17, 1833.

By Mr. Mason, of New York: The petition of Benjamin Fitch, presented February 6, 1832.

By Mr. Mason, of New York: The petition of Content M. Fitch, widow of the said Benjamin Fitch, presented December 13, 1833.

By Mr. Gillet: The petition of Levi M. Roberts, presented January 27, 1834, and his further petition, presented December 29, 1835.

By Mr. Laporte: The petition of Samuel Coles, presented February 6, 1826.

By Mr. Ward: The petition of Theophilus E. Beekman, presented January 12, 1935.

By Mr. Howard: The petition of Colonel William Lawrence, presented December 23, 1833.

By Mr. Whittlesey: The petition of Ephraim Shaler, presented December 11, 1833.

By Mr. Johnson, of Virginia: The petition of John Bennett, presented December 23, 1833.

By Mr. Wise: The petition of James Holloways, presented December 11, 1833.

By Mr. Wise: The petition of William D. White, presented January 20, 1834.

By Mr. John Y. Mason: The petition of Walter Dyer, presented February 13, 1835.

By Mr. French: The petition of Jacob Stewart, presented December 16, 1833.

By Mr. Sherrod Williams : The petition of James S. Davis, presented February 2, 1835.

By Mr. French: The petition of James Whitsell, presented December 16, 1833.

By Mr. Carter: The petition of James Fuller, presented February 10, 1832. By Mr. Kennon: The petition of Job Wood, presented February 21, 1832.

By Mr. Patterson: The petition of Ebenezer Smith, presented March 24, 1832.

By Mr. Webster: The petition of Luke Voorhis, presented December 26, 1832.

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