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And, after debate, the question on the said motion was put,

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

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Nays, . . . . . . . 91. 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 Dickson

Mr. George McDuffie
Heman Allen
George Evans

Thomas M. T. McKennan
John J. Allen
Edward Everett

Jobn Mckinley
Chilton Allan
Horace Everett

Charles F. Mercer
Joseph B. Anthony
John Ewing

Jesse Miller
William H. Ashley
Millard Fillimore

John J. Milligan
John Banks
Samuel A. Foot

Robert Mitchell
Noyes Barber
Philo C. Fuller

Samuel McDowell Moore
Daniel L. Barringer
John Galbraith

Henry A. Muhlenberg
William Baylies
Roger L. Gamble

William Patterson
Martin Beaty
James H. Gholson

Henry L. Pinckney
James M. Bell
William F. Gordon

David Potts, jr.
Horace Binney
Benjamin Gorham

Robert Ramsay
George N. Briggs
James Graham

John Reed
John Bull
William J. Grayson

Abraham Rencher
George Burd
George Grennell, jr.

Dudley Selden
Tristam Burges
John K. Griffin

William B. Shepard
Harry Cage
Hiland Hall

Augustine H. Shepperd Richard B. Carmichael Benjamin Hardin

William Slade
Zadok Casey
James Harper

Jonathan Sloane
George Chambers
Samuel S. Harrison

David Spangler
Thomas Chilton
Abner Hazeltine

Andrew Stewart
Rufus Choate
James P. Heath

Joel B. Sutherland
Nathaniel H. Claiborne Joseph Henderson

William P. Taylor
William Clark
William Hiester

Philemon Thomas
William K. Clowney
Jabez W. Huntington

John Thomson
Thomas Corwin
Henry King

Christopher Tompkins
Richard Coulter
John Laporte

Samuel Tweedy
Joseph H. Crane
Dixon H. Lewis

Joseph Vance
David Crockett
James Love

Samuel F. Vinton
Warren R. Davis
George Loyall

David D. Wagener
Amos Davis
Edward Lucas

John G. Watmough
Thomas Davenport
Henry C. Martindale

Elisha Whittlesey
Edmund Deberry
Thomas A. Marshall

Richard H. Wilde
Benjamin F. Deming
John Y. Mason

Lewis Williams
Harmar Denny
Jonathan McCarty

Edgar C. Wilson
Littleton P. Dennis
William McComas

Ebenezer Young
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John Adams

Mr. William C. Dunlap Mr. Seaborn Jones
William Allen
John M. Felder

Benjamin Jones
James M. H. Beale
John B. Forester

George L. Kinnard
Benning M. Bean
Thomas F. Foster

Gerrit Y. Lansing
Andrew Beaumont
Samuel Fowler

Luke Lea
James Blair
William K. Fuller

Humphrey H. Leavitt
John Blair
Ransom H. Gillet

Chittenden Lyon
Abraham Bockee
George R. Gilmer

Abijah Mann, jr.
John W. Brown
Joseph Hall

Joel K. Mann
Robert Burns
Thomas H. Hall

Samuel W. Mardis
Jesse A. Bynum
Thomas L. Hamer

Moses Mason, jr.
John Carr
Joseph M. Harper

Rufus McIntire
John Chaney
Samuel G. Hathaway

James J. McKay.
Joseph W. Chinn
Micajah T. Hawkins

Isaac McKim
Samuel Clark
Albert G. Hawes

Jeremiah McLene.
Clement C. Clay
Henry Hubbard

Charles McVean
John Coffee
Abel Huntington

Henry Mitchell
Henry W. Connor
William M. Inge

John Murphy
John Cramer
Leonard Jarvis

Gayton P. Osgood
Rowland Day
Richard M. Johnson

Sherman Page
Philemon Dickerson
Noadiah Johnson

Gorham Parks
David W. Dickinson
Cave Johnson

James Parker

Mr. John M. Patton
Mr. Charles Slade

Mr. Isaac B. Van Houten
Dutee J. Pearce
Francis O. J. Smith

Aaron Ward
Franklin Pierce
James Standifer

Daniel Wardwell
Job Pierson
John T. Sloddert

James M. Wayne
James K. Polk
William Taylor

Taylor Webster
Patrick H. Pope
Francis Thomas

Reuben Whallon
Ferdinand S. Schenck Joel Turrill

Campbell P. White
William Schley
Aaron Vanderpoel

Edward D. White
William N. Shinn
And then the House adjourned until to-morrow, 12 o'clock meridian.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1834.

Mr. Elisha Whittlesey, from the Committee of Claims, made an unfavorable report on the case of Jeremiah Moors; which report was read, and laid on the table.

Mr. Elisha Whittlesey, from the Committee of Claims, made a report on the petition of Joseph Cooper, accompanied by a bill (No. 318) for his relief; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.

Mr. Connor, from the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, which was instructed, on the 17th of December, “ to inquire what amount of postage has been paid into the Treasury, as, also, into the expediency of restoring to the Post Office Department such portion of the amount so paid into the Treasury, as will enable the Postmaster General to carry into effect an act of Congress of June 15, 1832, entitled “ An act to establish certain post roads, and to alter and discontinue others, and for other purposes," made a report thereon; which report was ordered to lie on the table.

On motion of Mr. Lewis, Ordered, That the Committee on Indian Affairs be discharged from the further consideration of the petition of John Ridge and David Vann, and that the said petition do lie on the table.

On motion of Mr. Bell, of Ohio, Ordered, That the Committee on Revolutionary Pensions be discharged from the further consideration of the case of David Kerr, and that it lie on the table ; also, that the committee be discharged from the further consideration of the cases of Thomas Leverett and Benjamin Joyneur, and that leave be given to withdraw the same.

Mr. Bell, of Ohio, from the Committee on Revolutionary Pensions, made unfavorable reports on the cases of Joshua Spear and John Harris; which reports were read, and ordered to lie on the table.

Mr. Horace Everett, froin the Committee on Indian Affairs, made an unfavorable report on the case of Alfred Stewart; which report was read, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.

Mr. Parker, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, made an unfavorable report on the petition of James W. Muse; which report was ordered to lie on the table.

Mr. Evans, from the Committee on Invalid Pensions, made reports on the cases of Harvey Reynolds and John Casey, accompanied by a bill (No. 319) for their relief; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.

Olie petition Indian

On motion of Mr. Campbell P. White, Ordered, That the Committee on Naval Affairs be discharged from the consideration of the case of David Frink, and that it be referred to the Committee of Claims.

On motion of Mr. Leavitt, Ordered, That the Committee on the Public Lands be discharged from the further consideration of the petition of inhabitants of the State of Ohio, for a new land office, and that the said petition do lie on the table.

On motion of Mr. Tompkins, Ordered, That the Committee on Revolutionary Pensions be discharged from the further consideration of the cases of John Meyers and Reuben Mickle, and that the said cases do lie on the table.

Mr. Carr, from the Committee on Private Land Claims, made a report on the petition of Lenfroi Latiolais, accompanied by a bill (No. 321) for his relief; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.

On motion of Mr. Carr, Ordered, That the Committee on Private Land Claims be discharged from the further consideration of the petition of Simon Rodriguez, and that the said petition do lie on the table.

Mr. Adams, of New York, from the Committee on Invalid Pensions, made a report on the petition of Josiah Westlake, accompanied by a bill (No. 322) for his relief; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.

On motion of Mr. Adams, of New York, Ordered, That the Committee on Invalid Pensions be discharged from the further consideration of the case of Jacob Snell, and that leave be given to withdraw the same.

On motion of Mr. Lea, of Tennessee, Ordered, That the Committee on Revolutionary Pensions be discharged from the further consideration of the case of William Bilsland, and that it be referred to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

On motion of Mr. Lea, of Tennessee, Ordered, That the Committee on Revolutionary Pensions be discharged from the further consideration of the cases of Asa Utley and Samuel Mead, and that the same do lie on the table.

Mr. Duncan, from the Committee on the Public Lands, reported a bill (No. 323) for the relief of sundry citizens of Arkansas, who lost their improvements in consequence of a treaty between the United States and the Choctaw nation of Indians; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.

Mr. Marshall, from the Committee on Revolutionary Claims, made an unfavorable report on the petition of Ralph Schenck; which report was laid on the table.

Mr. Chilton, from the committee appointed to inquire into the expediency of so extending the provisions of the act of Congress of the 7th June, 1832, as to embrace such persons as were engaged in the wars against the Indians down to the treaty of Greenville, in 1795, made a report, accompanied by a bill (No. 320) to extend the provisions of the said act of June, 1832 ; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.

for the year e appropriated to the ponded until

On motion of Mr. Vinton, Ordered, That the Committee on Patents be discharged from the further consideration of the petition of Robert Eastman, and that it lie on the table.

The House then resumed the consideration of the resolution moved by Mr. Mardis on the 14th of January, relative to the selection of banks in which to deposite the public money; and, after further debate, the hour expired, and the debate was suspended until to-morrow.

The House proceeded to the consideration of the engrossed bill (No. 181) making appropriations for certain fortifications of the United States for the year 1834.

The question recurred on the motion made by Mr. McDuffie on the 19th instant, that the said bill be recommitted to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union.

And the question on said motion being put,
It passed in the affirmative.

The House proceeded to the consideration of the engrossed bill (No. 109) making appropriations for the Indian Department for the year 1834.

The question recurred on the motion made by Mr. Horace Everett on the 22d January, that the said bill be committed to the Committee on Indian Affairs; when Mr. Horace Everett withdrew the said motion. The question then recurred, that the said bill do pass; when

A motion was made by Mr. McKay that the said bill be committed to the Committee on Indian Affairs; which motion was disagreed to by the House.

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

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1834.

Mr. Elisha Whittlesey, from the Committee of Claims, made a report on the case of the heirs of Thomas F. Townsley, accompanied by a bill (No. 324) for the relief of the said heirs; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.

Mr. Elisha Whittlesey, from the Committee of Claims, made an unfavorable report on the petition of Charles Jackson; which report was ordered to lie on the table.

Mr. Chaney, from the Committee on Invalid Pensions, made an unfavorable report on the case of Isaac Boynton ; which report was ordered to lie on the table.

On motion of Mr. McKinley, Ordered, That the Committee of Ways and Means be discharged from the further consideration of the petition of Brown and Havens, on behalf of the owners, officers, and crew of the privateer Warrior; and that the said petition do lie on the table.

Mr. McKinley, from the Committee of Ways and Means, made a report on the petition of Lewis H. Bates and William Lacon, accompanied by a bill (No. 325) for their relief; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.

Mr. Foot, from the Committee on Commerce, to which was referred the petition of James Taylor, reported a bill (No. 326) to authorize the issuing a register to the brig“ American,” of Savannah; which bill was read the first and second time, and ordered to be engrossed, and read a third time to-morrow.

Mr. Foot, from the Committee on Commerce, made an unfavorable report on the petition of N. Potts and Samuel Clement; which report was ordered to lie on the table.

On motion of Mr. Foot, Ordered, That the Committee on Commerce be discharged from the further consideration of the case of Jesse S. Kellam, and that it be referred to the Committee of Ways and Means.

On motion of Mr. Sutherland, Ordered, That the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the y Union be discharged from the further consideration of

Bill No. 240, making appropriations for building light-houses, lightboats, beacons, and monuments, for the year 1834 ;

Bill No. 241, making appropriations for building light-boats, beacons, monuments, and placing buoys, for the year 1834;

Bill No. 282, for the survey and improvement of certain harbors : therein mentioned; and that the said bills be recommitted to the Committee on Commerce. ☺

The House resumed the consideration of the resolution moved by Mr. Mardis on the 14th of January, relative to the selection of banks in which to deposite the public money; and, after further debate, the hour 1 expired, and the debate was further suspended until to-morrow.

The Speaker laid before the House a letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the report and estimate for the erection of a pier or breakwater in the harbors of Burlington, Port Kent, and Plattsburg, on Lake Champlain, called for by the House on the 24th of December; which letter was read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce.

The Speaker laid before the House a letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the information called for by the House on the 14th instant, in relation to the evasions of the revenue laws in the importation of lead; which letter was read, and referred to the Committee on Manufactures.

A message from the Senate, by Mr. Lowrie, their Secretary :

Mr. Speaker : The Senate have passed the bill (No. 212) entitled “ An act making appropriations for the revolutionary and other pensioners for the year 1834.” And then he withdrew.

On motion of Mr. Muhlenberg, Ordered, That a member be appointed of the Committee on Revolutionary Claims, in the place of Mr. Bouldin, deceased ; and

Mr. Corwin was appointed.

Mr. Deming, from the Committee on Enrolled Bills, reported that the committee had examined an enrolled bill (No. 212) entitled “An act making appropriations for the revolutionary and other pensioners for the year 1834,” and found the same to be truly enrolled; when

The Speaker signed the said bill.

The House resumed the consideration of the bill (No. 109) making appropriations for the Indian Department for the year 1834 ; when

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