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No. 145. A bill for the relief of Marguerite Baron, widow of Jean Pierre Ledoux ;

No. 147. A bill for the relief of George Douglass; and, after some time spent in Committee of the Whole, the Speaker resumed the chair, and Mr. Hubbard reported that the committee had made progress in, and directed him to ask leave to sit again on bills numbered 50, 101, and 111; and that he was directed to report the residue of the said. bills to the House, with amendments to those numbered 119 and 128..

It was then

Ordered, That the Committee of the Whole House have leave to sit again on bills numbered 50, 101, 111, and 132.

The amendments reported from the Committee of the Whole House to the bills numbered 119 and 128, were read, and concurred in by the House; and it was then

Ordered, That the said bills, together with the bills reported from the Committee of the Whole House without amendment, with the exception of bill No. 125, be engrossed, and read a third time to-morrow.

The question was then stated, that the bill (No. 125) for the relief of the heirs and legal representatives of John Robins, deceased, be engrossed, and read a third time.

And, pending the said question,
The House adjourned until to-morrow, 12 o'clock meridian.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1834.

On motion of Mr. Cave Johnson, Ordered, That the Committee on Private Land Claims be discharged from the further consideration of the petition of Samuel Osborne, and that it lie on the table.

On motion of Mr. Augustine H. Shepperd, Resolved, That the Committee on Indian Affairs be instructed to in-. quire into the expediency of compensating the Society of Moravians or United Brethren for their missionary improvements and expenditures in the Cherokee country within the State of Georgia

The House proceeded to the consideration of the resolution moved by Mr. Gilmer on the 14th of January, calling on the Secretary of War to communicate to the House information in relation to the death of Har-. diman Owens, a citizen of Alabama, who was lately put to death by a party of regular soldiers.”

And, after debate thereon, the hour elapsed, and the debate was suspended until Monday next.

Engrossed bills, of the following titles, viz.

No. 305. An act for the relief of George Gordon, assignee and representative of the heirs of Matthew Ramey, deceased;

No. 108. An act for the relief of sundry citizens of the United States who have lost property by the depredations of certain Indian tribes;

No. 112. An act for the relief of Frederick Raymer;
No. 113. An act for the relief of Antoine Cruzat;
No. 114. An act for the relief of Abraham Wrinkle ;
No. 117. An act for the relief of the owners of the schooner Admiral;
No. 118. An act for the relief of Henry Darling;

r the relier of dations of

No. 119. An act for the relief of Paul Poissot and J. Eloi Rachal; No. 120. An act for the relief of Terence Le Blanc;

No. 121. An act for the relief of the heirs and legal representatives of William Teas, deceased;

No. 195. An act for the relief of the heirs and legal representatives of Philip Turner, deceased;

No. 123. An act for the relief of H. A. De Saussure, executor of Alexander Garden, deceased; No. 128. An act granting pensions to certain persons therein named;

No. 130. An act for the relief of the legal representatives of John M. Gregory;

No. 131. An act for the relief of the widow and heirs at law of Lewis Grant Davidson, deceased;

No. 133. An act for the relief of James Tilford ; No. 137. An act for the relief of William Weedon; No. 138. An act for the relief of Jeremiah Worsham; No. 141. An act for the relief of the legal representatives of John Thompson, junior, late of Louisiana; No. 142. An act for the relief of Samuel A. Edmondson; No. 144. An act for the relief of John Emerson ; No. 145. An act for the relief of Marguerite Baron, widow of Jean Pierre Ledoux ;

No. 147. An act for the relief of George Douglass, and others therein named; were severally read the third time, and passed.

Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senate in the said bills.

The House proceeded to the consideration of the bill (No. 125) for the relief of the heirs and legal representatives of John Robins, deceased; when it was

Ordered, That the said bill do lie on the table.

And then the House adjourned until Monday next, the 17th instant, at 12 o'clock meridian.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1834.

The House proceeded to the consideration of the motion made by Mr. John Quincy Adams, on the 11th instant, that the House do reconsider the vote of the 10th instant, referring to the Committee of Ways and Means the memorial of merchants of the city of New York in favor of the warebousing system. And on the question, Will the House reconsider the said vote?

s Yeas, · It was decided in the negative,

mums Nays,. . . . . . . 123.

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

Those who voted in the affirmative, are,
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. John Banks

Mr. James M. Bell
John Adams
Noyes Barber

Horace Binney
Heman Allen
Charles A. Barnitz

George N. Briggs
John J. Allen
Daniel L. Barringer

Tristam Burges
Chilton Allan
Isaac C. Bates

George Chambers
William Allen
William Baylies

Thomas Chilton
Wilam H. Ashley
Martin Beaty

Rufus Choate

Mr. William Clark
Mr. Philo C. Fuller

Mr. David Potts, jr.
Augustine S. Clayton Benjamin Gorham

Robert Ramsay
William K. Clowney George Grennell, jr.

John Reed
Thomas Corwin
Hiland Hall

Dudley Selden
Richard Coulter
Gideon Hard

William B. Shepard
John Cramer
Benjamin Hardin

William Slade
Joseph H. Crane
James Harper

Jonathan Sloane
David Crockett
Abner Hazeltine

David Spangler
Edward Darlington
Joseph Henderson

Philemon Thomas
Amog Davis
William Hiester

Christopher Tompkins
Edmund Deberry
Jabez W. Huntington

James Turner
Benjamin F. Deming George W. Lay

Samuel Tweedy
Harmar Denny
James Love

Joseph Vance
Littleton P. Dennis
Henry C. Martindale

Samuel F. Vinton
John Dickson
William McComas

Daniel Wardwell
Philemon Dickerson

Thomas M. T. McKennan John G. Watmough
George Evans
John J. Milligan

Edward D. White
Edward Everett

Samuel McDowell Moore Frederick Whittlesey Horace Everett

Henry A. Muhlenberg Elisha Whittlesey
Millard Fillmore
Gayton P. Osgood

Lewis Williams
Samuel A. Foot
Dutee J. Pearce

Ebenezer Young
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. James M. H. Beale Mr. Thomas H. Hall Mr. Jeremiah McLene
Benning M. Bean
Nicoll Halsey

Jesse Miller
Samuel Beardsley

Edward A. Hannegan Henry Mitchell
John Bell
Joseph M. Harper

Robert Mitchell
James Blair
Samuel S. Harrison

John Murphy
Abraham Bockee
Samuel G. Hathaway

Sherman Page
Charles Bodle
Micajah T. Hawkins

Gorham Parks
Ratliff Boon
Albert G. Hawes

James Parker
John W. Brown
Edward Howell

John M. Patton
Samuel Bunch
Henry Hubbard

William Patterson
Robert Burns
Abel Huntington

Franklin Pierce
Jesse A. Bynum
William M. Inge

Job Pierson
Harry Cage
Leonard Jarvis

Henry L. Pinckney
Churchill C. Cambreleng Richard M. Johnson

Franklin E. Plummer
Richard B. Carmichael Noadiah Johnson

James K. Polk
John Carr
Cave Johnson

Patrick H. Pope
Zadok Casey
Seaborn Jones

Abraham Rencher
John Chaney
Benjamin Jones

Ferdinand S. Schenck
Nathaniel H. Claiborne Edward Kavanagh

William Schley
Samuel Clark
Henry King

Augustine H. Shepperd
Clement C. Clay
George L. Kinnard

William N. Shinn
John Coffee
Amos Lane

Charles Slade
Henry W. Connor
Gerrit Y. Lansing

Francis 0. J. Smith
Thomas Davenport
John Laporte

Jesse Speight
Rowland Day

Cornelius W. Lawrence James Standifer
David W. Dickinson
Luke Lea

John T. Stoddert
William C. Dunlap

Humphrey H. Leavitt William Taylor
John M. Felder
Dixon H. Lewis

William P. Taylor
Thomas F. Foster
Edward Lucas

John Thomson
Samuel Fowler
Chittenden Lyon

Joel Turrill
William K. Fuller
Robert T. Lytle.

Aaron Vanderpoel
John Galbraith
Abijah Mann, jr.

Isaac B. Van Houten
Roger L. Gamble
Joel K. Mann

David D. Wagener
James H. Gholson
Samuel W. Mardis

Aaron Ward
Ransom H. Gillet
John Y. Mason

James M. Wayne
George R. Gilmer
Moses Mason, jr.

Taylor Webster
William F. Gordon
Jonathan McCarty

Reuben Whallon
James Graham
Rufus McIntire

Campbell P. White
William J. Grayson
James J. McKay

Richard H. Wilde
John K. Griffin
Isaac McKim

Edgar C. Wilson
Joseph Hall
John McKinley

Henry A. Wise
Mr. Kavanagh presented a petition of Paul Pearson and George Jones,

of the State of Maine, praying that certain extra duties paid by them in the year 1828 on a cargo of Holland gin may be refunded.

Mr. Harper presented a memorial of inhabitants, merchants, and others, of Portsmouth, in the State of New Hampshire, praying that the deposite of the public funds may be restored to the Bank of the United States.

Ordered, That the said petition and memorial be referred to the Committee of Ways and Means.

Mr. Parks presented a petition of inhabitants of the county of Penobscot, in the State of Maine, praying for the establishment of a post route; which petition was referred to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads.

On motion of Mr. Hubbard, Ordered, That the petition of William G. Davis, presented January 5, 1833, be referred to the Committee on Private Land Claims.

Mr. Choate presented a petition of Elizabeth Converse, of Danvers, in the State of Massachusetts, widow of Josiah Converse, deceased, praying for a grant of bounty land to which the said Josiah Converse was entitled as an ensign in the army of the revolution.

Mr. Edward Everett presented a petition of Nathan Brooks, administrator of the estate of Samuel Burr, deceased, late of the State of Massachusetts, praying to be allowed the value of certain certificates issued in payment of supplies furnished the army in the revolutionary war.

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

Mr. Burges presented a memorial of citizens of the city of Providence, in the State of Rhode Island, complaining of the derangement of the currency of the country, and praying Congress to adopt measures to secure a sound and stable currency, and that the accustomed intercourse between the Government and the Bank of the United States may be restored.

Mr. Cambreleng presented proceedings and resolutions adopted on the 30th of January last, at a meeting of the democratic republican citizens of the city of New York, convened at Tammany Hall, against a renewal of the charter of the Bank of the United States, and against a restoration of the deposite of the public money to said Bank.

Mr. Cambreleng also presented resolutions and proceedings of a meeting of citizens of the city of New York, held in the Park, on the 8th of February instant, in favor of a renewal of the charter of the Bank of the United States, and in favor of a restoration of the deposite of the public money to said Bank.

Mr. Cambreleng also presented a memorial of inhabitants of the city of New York, styling themselves “a portion of the laboring classes” of that city, against banking institutions and paper money, and in favor of a constitutional currency.

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

On motion of Mr. Cambreleng, Ordered, That the petition of Robert Dickey, presented March 30, 1826, be referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Mr. Foot presented a memorial of citizens of the eity of Hartford, in

1826, beed. That the Mr. Cama

the State of Connecticut, in favor of rechartering the Bank of the United States, and the restoration of the deposite of the public revenue to that Bank.

Mr. Foot also presented a resolution adopted by the Board of Directors of the Connecticut River Banking Company, in Hartford, in the State of Connecticut, in favor of rechartering the Bank of the United States, and of restoring to that Bank the deposite of the public funds.

Mr. Selden presented a memorial of sundry wrought iron hinge manufacturers and smiths of the city of New York, praying that a specific duty of three cents per pound may be levied on all wrought iron house or shutter hinges of the weight of one pound or over, being equal to the duty on the material out of which they are wrought.

Mr. Henry King presented a memorial of inhabitants of Pottsville, in the county of Schuylkill, in the State of Pennsylvania, in favor of rechartering the Bank of the United States, and of restoring to that Bank the deposite of the public funds.

Mr. Henry King presented a memorial, for the same objects, from inhabitants of the borough of Tamaqua, in the county of Schuylkill, in the State of Pennsylvania.

Mr. Henry King also presented a memorial, for the same objects, from inhabitants of the county of Schuylkill, in the State of Pennsylvania.

Mr. Henry King also presented a memorial of merchants, farmers, mechanics, and other inhabitants of the county of Schuylkill, in the State of Pennsylvania, against a renewal of the charter of the Bank of the United States, and against a restoration of the public deposites to that Bank.

Mr. James Harper presented a memorial of merchants, mechanics, manufacturers, traders, and others, inhabitants of the county of Philadelphia, in favor of a restoration of the public deposites to the Bank of the United States.

Mr. James Harper presented the proceedings and resolutions adopted at a meeting of boot and shoemakers and shoe dealers, held in Philadelphia on the 10th of February instant, in favor of restoring the deposite of the public money to the Bank of the United States.

Mr. Galbraith presented the proceedings and resolutions adopted at a meeting of inhabitants of the county of Èrie, in the State of Pennsylvania, held at Erie on the 3d of February instant, in favor of rechartering the Bank of the United States, and of a restoration of the public deposites to said Bank.

Mr. Galbraith also presented the proceedings and resolutions adopted at a meeting of democratic citizens of the county of Erie, in the State of Pennsylvania, held at Erie on the 4th of February instant, against a renewal of the charter of the Bank of the United States, and against restoring the deposite of the public money to that Bank.

Mr. Sutherland presented the proceedings and resolutions adopted at a meeting of citizens of the district of Southwark, in the city of Philadel. phia, held on the 11th of February instant, in favor of the renewal of the charter of the Bank of the United States, and of restoring the de. posite of the public funds to the Bank of the United States.

The Speaker presented a copy of the proceedings and resolutions presented as above by Mr. Sutherland.

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