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Mr. Nicoll Halsey
Mr. Edward Lucas

Mr. James K. Polk
Thomas L. Hamer
Chittenden Lyon

Patrick H. Pope
Edward A. Hannegan
Robert T. Lytle

Robert Ramsay
Joseph M. Harper
Abijah Mann, jr.

Abraham Rencher
Samuel S. Harrison
Joel K. Mann

Ferdinand S. Schenck
Samuel G. Hathaway
Samuel W. Mardis

William Schley
Micajah T. Hawkins
John Y. Mason

Augustine H. Shepperd
Albert G. Hawes
Moses Mason, jr.

William N. Shinn
Joseph Henderson
Jonathan McCarty.

Charles Slade
William Hiester
Rufus McIntire

Francis 0. J. Smith
Edward Howell
James J. McKay

Jesse Speiglit
Henry Hubbard
Isaac McKim

James Standifer
Abel Huntington
John McKinley

John T. Stoddert
Wiliam M. Inge
Jeremiah McLene

Joel B. Sutherland
Leonard Jarvis
Charles McVean

William Taylor
Richard M. Jolinson
Jesse Miller

Francis Thomas
Noadiah Johnson
Henry Mitchell

John Thomson
Cave Johnson
Robert Mitchell

James Turner
Seaborn Jones

Henry A. Muhlenberg Joel Turrill
Benjamin Jones
John Murphy

Aaron Vanderpoel
Edward Kavanagh
Gayton P. Osgood

Isaac B. Van Houten
Henry King
Sherman Page

David D. Wagener
George L. Kinnard
Gorham Parks

Aaron Ward
Amos Lane
James Parker

Daniel Wardwell
Gerrit Y. Lansing
John M. Patton

James M. Wayne
John Laporte
William Patterson

Taylor Webster
Cornelius W. Lawrence Dutee J. Pearce

Reuben Whallon
George W. Lay
Balie Peyton

Campbell P. White
Luke Lea'
Franklin Pierce

Elisha Whittlesey
Humphrey H. Leavitt Job Pierson

Richard H. Wilde James Love

Franklin E. Plummer Henry A. Wise George Loyall

The previous question was then put, viz. Shall the main question be now put? in the emotions Yeas, . . . . . . . . 116,

Nays,. . . . . . . . 112. The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present,

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

Mr. Philemon Dickerson Mr. Benjamin Jones
William Allen

David W. Dickinson , Edoard Kavanagh
James M. H. Beale
William C. Dunlap:

George L. Kinnard
Benning M. Bean
John B. Forester

Amos Lane
Samuel Beardsley
Samuel Fowler

Gerrit Y. Lansing
Andrew Beaumont
William K. Fuller

John Laporte
John Bell
John Galbraith

Cornelius W. Lawrence
James Blair
Ransom H. Gillet

Luke Lea
John Blair
Joseph Hall

Humphrey H. Leavitt
Abraham Bockee
Thomas H. Hall

Edward Lucas
Charles Bodle
Nicoll Halsey

Chittenden Lyon
Ratliff Boon
Thomas L. Hamer

Robert T. Lytle
John W. Brown

Edward A. Hannegan Abijah Mann, jr.
Samuel Bunch
Joseph M. Harper

Joel K. Mann
Robert Burns
Samuel S. Harrison

Samuel W. Mardis
Jesse A. Bynum

Samuel G. Hathaway Moses Mason, jr. Churchill C. Cambreleng Micajah T. Hawkins

Jonathan McCarty
Richard B. Carmichael Albert G. Hawes

Rufus McIntire
John Carr
Joseph Henderson

James J. McKay
Zadok Casey
Edward Howell

Isaac McKim
John Chaney
Henry Hubbard

John McKinley
Samuel Clark
Abel Huntington

Jeremiah McLene
Clement C. Clay
William M. Inge

Charles McVean
John Coffee
Leonard Jarvis

Jesse Miller
Henry W. Connor
Richard M. Johnson

Henry Mitchell
John Cramer
Noadiah Johnson

Robert Mitchell
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Rowland Day
Care Johnson

Henry A. Muhlenberg

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And passed in the affirmative,

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Mr. James Turner

urner
Joel Turrill
Aaron Vanderpoel
Isaac B. Van Houten
David D. Wagener
Aaron Ward
Daniel Wardwell
James M. Wayne
Taylor Webster
Reuben Whallon
Campbell P. White

Mr. John Murphy

Mr. Ferdinand S. Schenck Gayton P. Osgood

William Schley Sherman Page

William N. Shinn Gorham Parks

Charles Slade James Parker

Francis 0. J. Smith William Patterson

Jesse Speight Dutee J. Pearce

James Standifer Balie Peyton

John T. Stoddert Franklin Pierce

Joel B. Sutherland Job Pierson

William Taylor James K. Polk

Francis Thomas
Patrick H. Pope

Join Thomson
Those who voted in the negative, are,
W. John Quincy Adams Mr. Littleton P. Dennis
Henan Allen

John Dickson
John J. Allen

Joseph Duncan
Chilton Allan

George Evans
William S. Archer

Edward Everett
William H. Ashley

Horace Everett
John Banks

John Ewing
Noyes Barber

John M. Felder Charles A. Barnitz

Millard Fillmore Daniel L. Barringer

Samuel A. Foot William Baylies

Thomas F. Foster Martin Beaty

Philo C. Fuller James M. Bell

John H. Fulton Horace Binney

Roger L. Gamble George N. Briggs

James H. Gholson · John Bull

George R. Gilmer
George Burd

William F. Gordon
Tristam Burges

Benjamin Gorham
Harry Cage

James Graham George Chambers

William J. Grayson, Thomas Chilton

George Grennell, jr. Joseph W. Chinn

John K. Griffin Rufus Choate

Hiland Hall Nathaniel H. Claiborne Gideon Hard William Clark

Benjamin Hardin Augustine S. Clayton

James Harper William K. Clowney

Abner Hazeltine Thomas Corwin

James P. Heath Richard Coulter

William Hiester Joseph H. Crane

Jabez W. Huntington
Dand Crockett

William Cost Johnson
Edward Darlington

Seaborn Jones
Warren R. Davis

Henry King
Amos Davis

George W. Lay
Thomas Davenport

Dixon H. Lewis
Edmund Deberry

James Love
Benjamin F. Deming

George Loyall

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Mr. Henry C. Martindale

Thomas A. Marshall
John Y. Mason
William McComas
George McDuffie
Thomas M. T. McKennan
Charles F. Mercer
John J. Milligan
Samuel McDowell Moore
John M. Patton
Henry L. Pinckney
Franklin E. Plummer
David Potts, jr.
Robert Ramsay
John Reed
Abraham Rencher
Dudley Selden
William B. Shepard
Augustine H. Shepperd
William Slade
Jonathan Sloane
David Spangler
William P. Taylor
Philemon Thomas
Christopher Tompkins
Samuel Tweedy
Joseph Vance
Samuel F. Vinton
John G. Watmough
Edward D. White
Frederick Whittlesey
Elisha Whittlesey
Richard H. Wilde
Lewis Williams
Edgar C. Wilson
Henry A. Wise
Ebenezer Young

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The main question was then put, Shall the report of the Secretary of we treasury, in relation to the removal of the deposite of the public funds from the Bank of the United States and its branches to certain State Banks, be referred to the Committee of Ways and Means ?

. And passed in the affirmative. ) Yeas, . . . . . . . 131,

Nays,. .

. . . . 98. The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present, Those who voted in the affirmative, are,

Mr. Benning M. Bean; Mr. James Blair
Samuel Beardsley

John Blair
Andrew Beaumont

Abraham Bockee
James M. H. Beale
John Bell

Charles Bodle

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Mr. John Adams

William Allen
William Baylies

Mr. Ratliff Boon

Mr. Joseph Henderson
John W. Brown

Edward Howell
Samuel Bunch

Henry Hubbard
Robert Burns

Abel Huntington
Jesse A. Bynum

William M. Inge
Churchill C. Cambreleng Leonard Jarvis
Richard B. Carmichael Richard M. Johnson
John Carr

Noadiah Johnson
Zadok Casey

Cave Johnson
John Chaney

Seaborn Jones
Joseph W. Chinn,

Benjamin Jones
Samuel Clark

Edward Kavanagb
Clement C. Clay

Henry King
John Coffee

George 1.. Kinnard
Henry W. Connor

Amos Lane
Richard Coulter

Gerrit Y. Lansing
John Cramer

John Laporte
Thomas Davenport

Cornelius W. Lawrence
Rowland Day

Luke Lea
Philemon Dickerson Humphrey H. Leavitt
David W. Dickinson

George Loyall
William C. Dunlap

Edward Lucas
John Ewing

Chittenden Lyon
John B. Forester .

Robert T. Lytle
Samuel Fowler

Abijah Mann, jr.
William K. Fuller

Joel K. Mann
John Galbraith

Samuel W. Mardis
James H. Gholson

John Y. Mason
Ransom H. Gillet

Moses Mason, jr.
George R. Gilmer

Jonathan McCarty
Joseph Hall

Rufus McIntire
Thomas H. Hall

James J. McKay
Nicoll Halsey

Isaac Mckim
Thomas L. Hamer

John McKinley
Edward A. Hannegan Jeremiah McLene
Joseph M. Harper

Charles McVean
Samuel S. Harrison

Jesse Miller
Samuel G. Hathaway

Henry Mitchell
Micajah T. Hawkins Robert Mitchell
Albert G. Hawes

Henry A. Muhlenberg
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. Jobn Quincy Adams Mr. William K. Clowney
Heman Allen

Thomas Corwin
John J. Allen

Joseph H. Crane
Chilton Allan

David Crockett
William S. Archer

Edward Darlington
William H. Ashley

Warren R. Davis
John Banks

Amos Davis
Noyes Barber

Edmund Deberry
Charles A. Barnitz

Benjamin F. Deming
Daniel L. Barringer

Harmar Denny
Isaac C. Bates

Littleton P. Dennis
Martin Beaty

John Dickson
James M. Bell

Joseph Duncan
Horace Binney

George Evans
George N. Briggs

Edward Everett
John Bull

Horace Everett
George Burd

John M. Felder
Tristam Burges

Millard Fillmore
Harry Cage

Samuel A. Foot
George Chambers

Thomas F. Foster
Thomas Chilton

Philo C. Fuller
Rufus Choate

John H. Fulton
Nathaniel H. Claiborne Roger L. Gamble
William Clark

William F. Gordon
Augustine S. Clayton Benjamin Gorham

Mr. John Murphy

Gayton P. Osgood
Sherman Page
Gorham Parks
James Parker
John M. Patton
William Patterson
Dutee J. Pearce
Balie Peyton
Franklin Pierce
Job Pierson
Franklin E. Plummer
James K. Polk
Patrick H. Pope
Ferdinand S. Schenck
William Schley
Dudley Selden
William N. Shinn
Charles Slade
Francis 0. J. Smith
Jesse Speight
James Standifer
John T. Stoddert
Joel B. Sutherland
William Taylor
William P. Taylor
Francis Thomas
John Thomson
James Turner
Joel Turrill
Aaron Vanderpoel
Isaac B. Van Houten
David D. Wagener
Aaron Ward
Daniel Wardwell
James M. Wayne
Taylor Webster
Reuben Whallon
Campbell P. White

Mr. James Graham

William J. Grayson
George Grennell, jr.
John K. Griffin
Hiland Hall
Gideon Hard
Benjamin Hardin
James Harper
Abner Hazeltine
James P. Heath
William Hiester
Jabez W. Huntington
William Cost Johnson
George W. Lay
Dixon H. Lewis
James Love
Henry C. Martindale

Thomas A. Marshall
William McComas
George McDuffie
Thomas M. T. McKennan
Charles F. Mercer
John J. Milligan
Samuel McDowell Moore
Henry L. Pinckney

On motto the Coeration of in Revolution

Mr. David Potts, jr.
Mr. David Spangler

Mr. Frederick Whittlesey
Robert Ransay
Philemon Thomas

Elisha Whittlesey
John Reed

Christopher Tompkins Richard H. Wilde
Abraham Rencher
Samuel Tweedy

Lewis Williams
William B. Shepard
Joseph Vance

Edgar C. Wilson
Augustine H. Shepperd Samuel F. Vinton

Henry A. Wise
William Slade
John G. Watmough

Ebenezer Young
Jonathan Sloane

Edward D. White And so the said report was referred to the Committee of Ways and Means without the instructions moved by Mr. McDuffie, and the amendment thereto moved by Mr. Jones, which were set aside by the previous question. And then the House adjourned until to-morrow, 12 o'clock meridian.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1834. Mr. Foot, from the Committee on Commerce, made an unfavorable report on the petition of George Innes; which was read, and laid on the table.

On motion of Mr. Muhlenberg, Ordered, That the Committee on Revolutionary Claims be discharged from the further consideration of the petition of John Stroman, and that it be referred to the Committee on Revolutionary Pensions.

On motion of Mr. Cave Johnson, Ordered, That the Committee on Private Land Claims be discharged from the further consideration of the petition of Corbin Griffin, and that it be referred to the Committee on Revolutionary Claims.

On motion of Mr. Bell, of Ohio, Ordered, That the Committee on Revolutionary Pensions be discharged from the further consideration of the case of the reverend John Young, and that it lie on the table.

Mr. Chaney, from the Committee on Invalid Pensions, made a report on the case of Amasa A. Tifft, accompanied by a bill (No. 311 ) for his relief; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.

Mr. Campbell P. White, from the Committee on Coins, reported a bill (No. 312) regulating the value of certain foreign gold coins within the United States; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union. .

Mr. Campbell P. White, from the Committee on Coins, reported a bill (No. 313) concerning the gold and silver coins of the United States, and for other purposes; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union.

Mr. Jarvis, from the Committee on the Public Buildings, to which was recommitted the resolution reported by that committee, granting to Robert Mills a compensation for his services in furnishing a plan for the recent alterations in the hall of the House of Representatives, and in superintending the execution of the same, made a report; which was read, and laid on the table.

Mr. Dickson, from the Committee on Enrolled Bills, reported that the conemittee had examined an enrolled bill (No. 73) entitled “ An act to anthorize Gassaway B. Lamar to import an iron steamboat in detached parts, with the necessary machinery, tools, and working utensils therefor,

o the United States free from duty, and to provide for the remission of the same," and found the same to be truly enrolled : when the Speak signed the said bill.

The House resumed the consideration of the resolution moved by M Mardis on the 14th of January; when Mr. Mardis modified his said rest lution to read as follows:

Resolved, That the Committee of Ways and Means be instructed 1 inquire into the expediency of reporting a bill requiring the Secretary the Treasury to deposite the public moneys of the United States in tl State banks, and also as to the expediency of defining by law all contrac hereafter to be made with the Secretary, for the safe keeping, manag ment, and disbursement of the same.

And, after further debate thereon, the hour elapsed, and the debate w suspended till to-morrow.

The Speaker laid before the House a letter from the Secretary of Wa transmitting a copy of the report and drawings of the survey of a rou for a railroad from the Hudson river to the Portage summit of the Oh canal, made by De Witt Clinton, United States civil engineer, in 183 furnished in obedience to the order of the House of the 14th instant which letter and report were referred to the Committee on Roads al Canals.

The House proceeded to the consideration of the bill (No. 256) provide for the settlement of certain revolutionary claims; when it w

Ordered, That the further consideration of said bill be postponed un Tuesday, the 25th instant.

An engrossed bill (No. 56) entitled "An act to render permanent tl present mode of supplying the army of the United States, and fixing tl salary of certain clerks therein named, was read the third time; and t1 question was stated, Shall the bill pass ? When

A motion was made by Mr. Blair, of South Carolina, that the said b be recommitted to the Committee on Military Affairs.

A motion was made by Mr. Wilde to amend the said motion by appen ing thereto the following, viz. “with instructions to divide the two d tinct subjects contained in this bill, and to report a bill for each, inserti in both a clause limiting the continuance thereof to three years, and un the end of the next session of Congress thereafter."

And on the question to agree to these instructions,
It was decided in the negative ; and

The said bill was then recommitted to the Committee on Military Affai as proposed by Mr. Blair, of South Carolina.

An engrossed bill (No. 181 ) entitled "An act making appropriatid for certain fortifications of the United States for the year 1834,” was re the third time; and the question was stated, Shall the bill pass? W

A motion was made by Mr. McDuffie that the said bill be recommit to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union.

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

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1834. The House met pursuant to adjournment; and after the reading of journal of the proceedings of yesterday,

On motion of Mr. Mason, of Virginia, and for the purpose of afford

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