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The House proceeded to the consideration of the bill (No. 111) to return the duties on certain pieces of sculpture.

And, after debate, the question was put, Shall the bill be engrossed, and read a third time? And was decided in the negative,

S Yeas, . . . . . . 41,

Nays, . . . . . . 135. 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. Harmar Denny

Mr. Henry C. Martindale
Joseph B. Anthony
John Dickson

Thomas M. T. McKennan
John Banks

William W. Ellsworth Isaac McKim
Charles A. Barnitz
George Evans

John J. Milligan
Isaac C. Bates
Edward Everett

Dudley Selden
William Baylies
William J. Grayson

William B. Shepard
James M. Bell
George Grennell, jr.

Jonathan Sloane
George N. Briggs
Abner Hazeltine

Joel B. Sutherland
John Bull
William Hiester

Samuel F. Vinton
Harry Cage

Jabez W. Huntington David D. Wagener
William Clark
William Jackson

John G. Watmough
Thomas Corwin
Henry King

Edward 1). White
Joseph H. Crane
Amos Lane

Frederick Whittlesey
Edward Darlington

Levi Lincoln
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John Adams

Mr. William C. Dunlap Mr. James Love
Heman Allen
Horace Everett

George Loyall
John J. Allen
John Ewing

Thomas A. Marshall
William Allen
John M. Felder

Moses Mason, jr.
William S. Archer
Millard Fillmore

Jonathan McCarty
Noyes Barber
Samuel A. Foot

William McComas
Daniel L. Barringer
Thomas F. Foster

Rufus McIntire
James M. H. Beale
William K. Fuller

John McKinley
Benning M. Bean
John H. Fulton

Jeremiah McLene
Martin Beaty
John Galbraith

Charles McVean
James Blair
Roger L. Gamble

Jesse Miller
John Blair
James H. Gholson

Henry Mitchell
Charles Bodle
Ransom H. Gillet

Robert Mitchell
John W. Brown
George R. Gilmer

Samuel McDowell Moore
Samuel Bunch
John K. Griffin

John Murphy
Robert Burns
Joseph Hall

Gayton P. Osgood
Jesse A. Bynum
Hiland Hall

Sherman Page
Churchill Ć. Cambreleng Thomas H. Hall

Gorham Parks
Robert B. Campbell
Nicoll Halsey

James Parker
John Carr
Thomas L. Hamer

John M. Patton
Zadok Casey
Gideon Hard

William Patterson
Jobn Chaney
Benjamin Hardin

Dutee J. Pearce.
Thomas Chilton
Joseph M. Harper

Balie Peyton
Joseph W. Chinn
Samuel S. Harrison

Franklin Pierce
Nathaniel H. Claiborne Samuel G. Hathaway

Job Pierson
Clement C. Clay
Micajah T. Hawkins

James K. Polk
William K. Clowney
Henry Hubbard

Patrick H. Pope
John Coffee
Abel Huntington

Robert Ramsay
Henry W. Connor
Leonard Jarvis

John Reed
Richard Coulter
William Cost Johnson

Abraham Rencher
John Cramer
Noadiah Johnson

Ferdinand S. Schenck
Warren R. Davis
Seaborn Jones

William Schley
Amos Davis
Benjamin Jones

Augustine H. Shepperd
Thomas Davenport
George L. Kinnard

William N. Shinn
Rowland Day
Gerrit Y. Lansing

William Slade
Edmund Deberry

Cornelius W. Lawrence Francis O. J. Smith
Littleton P. Dennis
Luke Lea

David Spangler
Philemon Dickerson
Thomas Lee

James Standifer
David W. Dickinson

Humphrey H. Leavitt John T. Stoddert
Joseph Duncan
Dixon H. Lewis

William Taylor

Mr. Francis Thomas
Mr. Joel Turrill

Mr. Reuben Whallon,
Philemon Thomas
Samuel Tweedy

Campbell P. White
John Thomson
Aaron Ward

Elisha Whittlesey
Christopher Tompkins Daniel Wardwell

Lewis Williams
James Turner
Taylor Webster

Henry A. Wise
And so the said bill was rejected.
And then the House adjourned until Monday, 12 o'clock meridian.

MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1834.

The House proceeded to the consideration of the resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia, presented by Mr. Gordon on the 3d of March instant; when it was

Ordered, That the said resolutions do lie on the table. '

Memorials, petitions, resolutions, and proceedings, in favor of a restoration of the public deposites to the Bank of the United States, and of a renewal of the charter of said Bank, were presented as follows, viz.

By Mr. Taylor, of New York : A memorial of inhabitants of the village of Syracuse, in the county of Onondaga, in the State of New York.

By Mr. Selden: A memorial of inhabitants of the town of Brooklyn, on Long Island, in the State of New York, with the proceedings of a meeting of inhabitants of said town.

By Mr. Hazeltine : A memorial of inhabitants of Jamestown and vicinity, in the county of Chautauque, in the State of New York.

By Mr. Fillmore : A memorial of inhabitants of Buffalo and vicinity, in the State of New York.

By Mr. Wagener : A memorial of inhabitants of the county of Northampton, in the State of Pennsylvania.

By Mr. Jesse Miller: The proceedings of a meeting of inhabitants of the county of Cumberland, in the State of Pennsylvania, held in Carlisle on the 24th of February last.

By Mr. Hiester : A memorial of inhabitants of the county of Lancaster, in the State of Pennsylvania.

By Mr. Binney: The proceedings of a meeting of building mechanics of ! the city and county of Philadelphia, held on the 24th of February, 1834, composed of carpenters, brickmakers, bricklayers, masons, stonecutters, plasterers, painters, glaziers, plumbers, tinplate workers, blacksmiths, bellhangers, limeburners, ironmongers, lumber merchants, and all others who are employed in furnishing materials and labor in the erection of buildings, in the city and county of Philadelphia.

By Mr. Binney : The proceedings of a meeting of tinplate workers sheetiron workers, and coppersmiths, of the city of Philadelphia, held on the 3d of March instant, accompanied by their memorial.

By Mr. Binney: A memorial of cabinetmakers, piano forte makers, chairmakers, upholsterers, fancy furnishers, fringemakers, carvers, gilders, varnishers, turners, lampmakers, coachmakers, and others, engaged in furnishing materials and labor connected with these arts, in the city and county of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, with the proceedings of a meeting of those mechanics, held on the 3d of March instant.

By Mr. Binney: A memorial of authors, editors, booksellers, publishers, printers, bookbinders, paper makers, paper dealers, stationers, engravers, copperplate printers, type and stereotype founders, printing-press make ers, and ink manufacturers, in the city of Philadelphia.

By Mr. Binney: The proceedings of a meeting of young men of the city and county of Philadelphia, held the 14th of March instant.

By Mr. Chambers: A memorial of inhabitants of the county of Franklin, in the State of Pennsylvania.

By Mr. Anthony: The petition of inhabitants of Muncy creek township, in the county of Lycoming, in the State of Pennsylvania.

By Mr. Anthony : A memorial of inhabitants of the county of Lycoming, in the State of Pennsylvania.

By Mr. Banks: The proceedings of a meeting of inhabitants of the county of Beaver, in the State of Pennsylvania, held in the town of Beaver on the 4th of March instant.

By Mr. Hall, of North Carolina: A memorial of inhabitants of Plymouth, in the State of North Carolina.

By Mr. Carr : A memorial of inhabitants of Washington township, in the county of Montgomery, in the State of Ohio.

By Mr. Mitchell, of Ohio: Memorials of inhabitants of the county of Muskingum, in the State of Ohio.

By Mr. Chambers : The proceedings of a meeting of the inhabitants of Franklin county, in the State of Pennsylvania, held in Chambersburg on the 15th of March instant.

Ordered, That the said memorials and proceedings do lie on the table. Memorials, petitions, and resolutions, against a restoration of the public deposites to the Bank of the United States, and against a renewal of the charter of said Bank, were presented as follows, viz.

By Mr. Page : A memorial of inhabitants of the county of Otsego, in the State of New York.

By Mr. McVean: The proceedings of a meeting of inhabitants of the county of Montgomery, in the State of New York, held in Johnstown on the 12th of March instant.

By Mr. Dickerson: A memorial of manufacturers, mechanics, merchants, and farmers, of the town of Paterson and its vicinity, in the State of New Jersey.

By Mr. Jesse Miller: The proceedings of a meeting of citizens of Carlisle and its vicinity, in the State of Pennsylvania, held on the day of — 1834.

By Mr. Lee, of New Jersey : The proceedings of a meeting of inhabitants of the county of Cumberland, in the State of New Jersey, held at Bridgeton on the 18th of February, 1834.

By Mr. Sutherland: A memorial of citizens of the third congressional district of Pennsylvania.

By Mr. Sutherland: A memorial of citizens of the unincorporated Penn township, in the State of Pennsylvania.

By Mr. Sutherland : The proceedings of a meeting of citizens of the city of Philadelphia, held on the 4th of March instant.

By Mr. Galbraith : A memorial of inhabitants of the county of Crawford, in the State of Pennsylvania.

By Mr. Mason : A memorial of inhabitants of the town of Petersburg, in the State of Virginia.

By Mr. Wise: The proceedings of a meeting of inhabitants of the county of Matthews, in the State of Virginia, held at the court-house on the 15th of February, 1834.

By Mr. Lytle : The proceedings of a convention of the inhabitants of the county of Hamilton, in the State of Ohio, held at Carthage on the 13th of March instant.

By Mr. Leavitt: Two memorials of inhabitants of the State of Ohio. Ordered, That the said memorials and proceedings do lie on the table. Memorials, petitions, and resolutions, in favor of a restoration of the public deposites to the Bank of the United States, were presented as follows, viz.

By Mr. Shinn: A memorial of the State Bank at Camden, the Farmers' Bank of New Jersey, and the Cumberland Bank at Bridgeton, all in the State of New Jersey.

By Mr. Shinn : & memorial of citizens of the county of Gloucester, in the State of New Jersey, with the proceedings of a meeting of said inhabitants, held in Woodbury on the 15th of February, 1834.

By Mr. Lee: A memorial of inhabitants of the county of Cumberland, in the State of New Jersey.

By Mr. Hiester: A memorial of farmers, mechanics, manufacturers, and others, inhabitants of the county of Berks, in the State of Pennsylvania.

By Mr. Henry King: A memorial of farmers, iron masters, storekeepers, mechanics, and others, residing in the lower part of the county of Schuylkill, in the State of Pennsylvania.

By Mr. Jesse Miller : The proceedings of a meeting of inhabitants of the township of Buffalo, in the county of Perry, in the State of Pennsylvania, held on the 26th of February, 1834.

By Mr. Watmough: The proceedings of a meeting of citizens of Oxford, Lower Dublin, Byberry, Moreland, and the unincorporated Northern Liberties of the county of Philadelphia.

By Mr. Watmough: The proceedings of a meeting of citizens of the third congressional district of Pennsylvania, held at the Northern Exchange, in Philadelphia, on the 5th of March instant.

By Mr. Watmough : A memorial of inhabitants of the third congressional district of the State of Pennsylvania.

By Mr. Harper : The proceedings of a meeting of silversmiths, watchmakers, and jewellers, of the city and county of Philadelphia, held on the 8th of March instant.

By Mr. Chambers : A memorial of inhabitants of Washington township, in the county of Franklin, in the State of Pennsylvania.

By Mr. Chambers : The proceedings of a meeting of inhabitants of Wheatfield township, in Perry county, in the State of Pennsylvania.

By Mr. Stewart: The memorial of inhabitants of Brownsville and vicinity, in the State of Pennsylvania.

By Mr. Galbraith : The memorial of inhabitants of the county of Craw. ford, in the State of Pennsylvania.

By Mr.J. Y. Mason: A memorial of merchants, manufacturers, mechanics, and other citizens of the town of Petersburg, in the State of Virginia. .

By Mr. Wise : The proceedings of a meeting of citizens of the county of Northampton, in the State of Virginia, held in Eastville on the 22d of February, 1834.

By Mr. Wise : The proceedings of a meeting of citizens of the county of Accomac, in the State of Virginia, held at the court-house on the 1st of March instant.

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By Mr. Loyall: A memorial of inhabitants of the county of Princess Anne, in the State of Virginia.

By Mr. Patton: A memorial of inhabitants of the towns of Fredericksburg and Falmouth, in the State of Virginia.

Ordered, That the said memorials and proceedings do lie on the table. Mr. Watmough presented a memorial of citizens of the third congressional district in the State of Pennsylvania, complaining of a misrepresentation attending the presentation to this House, on the 3d of March instant, of a memorial from certain citizens of said third congressional district, as to the number of signers of said memorial, and representing that many hundreds of said signatures were duplicates; which memorial was ordered to lie on the table.

The Speaker presented the proceedings of a meeting of inhabitants of the county of York, in the State of Pennsylvania, held on the 4th of March instant, approving the removal of the public deposites from the Bank of the United States, and against the renewal of the charter of said Bank.

Mr. Barnitz presented a protest against the proceedings of inhabitants of York county, in the State of Pennsylvania, declaring that the said proceedings, as set forth, were not adopted at said meeting; and that a majority of the people, then assembled, were opposed to, and voted against the said proceedings.

Ordered, That the said proceedings and protest do lie on the table. Mr. Parker presented sundry resolutions adopted by the General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, viz.

STATE OF NEW JERSEY.

Resolved by the Council and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, That they do ad. here to the resolutions passed by them on the 11th day of January last, relative to the Presi. dent of the United States, and the course of Mr. Taney, in removing the Government deposites.

Resolved, That the Legislature of New Jersey have not seen any reason to depart from such resolutions since the passage thereof; and it is their wish that they should receive from our Senators and Representatives of this State, in the Congress of the United States, that at. tention and obedience which are due to the opinion of a sovereign State, openly expressed in its legislative capacity.

In Council, February 21, 1834.-- These joint resolutions having been three times read in Council, Resolved, That the same do pass. - By order of Council :

MAHLON DICKERSON,

Vice President of Council. House of Assembly, February 21, 1834. --These joint resolutions having been three times read in the House, and compared, Resolved, That the same be agreed to. By order of the House :

DANIEL B. RYALL, Speaker of the Housse of Assembly.

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

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