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Mr. Francis Thomas Mr. Joel Turrill

Mr. James M. Wayne
John Thomson
Aaron Vanderpoel

Taylor Webster
James Turner
David D. Wagener

Elisha Whittlesey
A motion was then made by Mr. Clayton that there be a call of the
House; and pending the question on this motion,

A motion was made by Mr. McComas that the House do adjourn.
And the question being put,
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eas, . . . . . . . . 10, It passed in the affirmative, og | Nays, . .

. 62. 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. William McComas
Heman Allen
Littleton P. Dennis

Rufus McIntire
John Banks
John Dickson

Jesse Miller
William Baylies
William C. Dunlap

John J. Milligan
Martin Beaty

William W. Ellsworth Henry A. Muhlenberg
Horace Binney
George Evans

Gayton P. Osgood
George N. Briggs
Samuel A. Foot

William Patterson
Jesse A. Bynum
John H. Fulton

Henry L. Pinckney
Harry Cage
George R. Gilmer

Robert Ramsay
Robert B. Campbell
William J. Grayson

John Reed
Richard B. Carmichael John K. Griffin

Ferdinand S. Schenck
George Chambers
Thomas H. Hall

William Schley
Rufus Choate
Gideon Hard

Dudley Selden
Nathaniel H. Claiborne Samuel S. Harrison

William B. Shepard
William Clark
Abner Hazeltine

Philemon Thomas
Clement C. Clay
William Hiester

John Thomson
Augustine S. Clayton Abel Huntington

Joseph Vance
John Coffee
Noadiah Johnson

David D. Wagener
Thomas Corwin
Henry King

Aaron Ward
Joseph H. Crane
John Laporte

John G. Watmough
Edward Darlington
Levi Lincoln

James M. Wayne
Amos Davis
James Love

Elisha Whittlesey
Thomas Davenport

Henry C. Martindale Richard H. Wilde
Edmund Deberry

Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. William Allen
Mr. Nicoll Halsey

Mr. Robert Mitchell
Joseph B. Anthony
Thomas L. Hamer

Sherman Page
Samuel Beardsley

Edward A. Hannegan Gorham Parks
Andrew Beaumont
Benjamin Hardin

Dutee J. Pearce
John Blair
James Harper

Balie Peyton
John W. Brown
Samuel G. Hathaway

Franklin Pierce
John Bull
Joseph Henderson

James K. Polk
Churchill C. Cambreleng Leonard Jarvis

William N. Shinn
John Carr
Benjamin Jones

Charles Slade
Zadok Casey
George L. Kinnard

Francis 0. J. Smith
John Chaney
Amos Lane

David Spangler
Thomas Chilton
Gerrit Y. Lansing

James Standifer
Henry W. Connor
Luke Lea

John T. Stoddert
John Cramer
Thomas Lee

Joel B. Sutherland
Rowland Day
Robert T. Lytle

William Taylor
Philemon Dickerson
Abijah Mann, jr.

Francis Thomas
John B. Forester
Moses Mason, jr.

James Turner
William K. Fuller
Isaac Mckim

Joseph Turrill
John Galbraith
Jeremiah McLene

Jaron Vanderpoel
Ransom H. Gillet
Charles McVean

Taylor Webster
Joseph Hall

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1834. Mr. Ashley, from the Committee on the Public Lands, to which was referred the bill from the Senate (No. 49) entitled “ An act for the re

lief of the legal representatives of Thomas H. Boyles, deceased,” reported the same without amendment.

Ordered, That the said bill be committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.

Mr. Murphy, from the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads, to which was referred the resolution of the General Assembly of Kentucky, requesting that the privilege of franking official communications might be extended to certain militia officers, made an adverse report thereon; which was read, and laid on the table.

Mr. Hannegan presented a communication from H. S. Handy, relative to the improvement of the harbor at the mouth of Trail creek, at the south end of Lake Michigan; which communication was referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals.

On motion of Mr. Connor, Ordered, That the bill reported to the House of Representatives at: the last session of Congress, to establish certain post roads, and to alter and discontinue others, together with the several petitions and memorials presented to the House of Representatives at the last session in relation to post routes, be referred to the Committee on the Post Office and Post. Roads.

The Speaker laid before the House a letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting an account of the result of the assays of foreign coins at the Mint of the United States during the year 1833; which letter was read, and laid on the table.

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 of one o'clock P. M. arrived, and the House proceeded to the special order of the day.

And the House then resumed the consideration of the report and resolutions of the Committee of Ways and Means of the 4th of March instant, on the report of the Secretary of the Treasury of his reasons for ordering the public deposites to be removed from the Bank of the United States; the memorial of the President and Directors of the Bank of the United States, complaining that the chartered rights of the stockholders have been violated, and asking redress; the memorial of that portion of the Directors of the Bank appointed by the United States, making certain charges of misconduct against the Bank; and, also, sundry memorials and resolutions of banks and citizens, in relation thereto.

The question recurred on the amendment moved by Mr. Wilde on the 18th instant to the first of the resolutions recommended by the Committee of Ways and Means.

And, after further debate,
A motion was made that the House do adjourn.
And the question being put,
It passed in the affirmative, }

Yeas, · · · · · · · · 86,

Nays, . . . . . . . ; 67. The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present,

Those who voted in the affirmative, are,
Dir. John Quincy Adams Mr. Heman Allen

Mr. Charles A. Barnitz
John Adams
Noyes Barber

William Baylies

Mr. Martin Beaty

Mr. James H. Gholson Mr. John M. Patton
Horace Binney
George Grennell, jr.

Franklin Pierce
George N. Briggs
John K. Griffin

Henry L. Pinckney
Robert B. Campbell
Hiland Hall

Robert Ramsay
George Chambers
Gideon Hard

John Reed
Thomas Chilton
Benjamin Hardin

William Schley
Joseph W. Chinn
Joseph M. Harper

William B. Shepard
Rufus Choate
James Harper

Augustine H. Shepperd
Nathaniel H. Claiborne Abner Hazeltine

William Slade
William Clark
Jabez W. Huntington

Jonathan Sloane
Clement C. Clay
William Jackson

Andrew Stewart
William K. Clowney
Leonard Jarvis

William P. Taylor
John Coffee

William Cost Johnson Philemon Thomas
Joseph H. Crane
John Laporte

Christopher Tompkins
David Crockett
Levi Lincoln

Samuel Tweedy
Edward Darlington
Edward Lucas

Joseph Vance
Amos Davis
Robert T. Lytle

Samuel F. Vinton
Thomas Davenport
Henry C. Martindale

Daniel Wardwell
Harmar Denny
Thomas A. Marshall

John G. Watmough
John Dickson
John Y. Mason

Frederick Whittlesey
Philemon Dickerson
William McComas

Elisha Whittlesey
William C. Dunlap

Thomas M. T. McKennan Richard H. Wilde
William W. Ellsworth Charles F. Mercer

Lewis Williams
George Evans
Jesse Miller

Edgar C. Wilson
Millard Fillmore
John Murphy

Henry A. Wise
Samuel A. Foot
Gayton P. Osgood

Ebenezer Young
John H. Fulton

James Parker
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. William Allen
Mr. Joseph Hall

Mr. Jeremiah McLene
Joseph B. Anthony
Nicoll Halsey

Charles McVean
Benning M. Bean
Samuel S. Harrison

Henry Mitchell
Samuel Beardsley
Samuel G. Hathaway

Henry A. Muhlenberg
Andrew Beaumont

Micajah T. Hawkins Sherman Page
John Blair
Edward Howell

Gorham Parks
Abraham Bockee
Henry Hubbard

William Patterson
John W. Brown
Richard M. Johnson

Balie Peyton
George Burd
Noadiah Johnson

Job Pierson
Jesse A. Bynum
Benjamin Jones

James K. Polk
Churchill C. Cambreleng George L. Kinnard

Patrick H. Pope
Richard B. Carmichael Amos Lane

Abraham Rencher
John Carr
Gerrit Y. Lansing

Ferdinand S. Schenck Zadok Casey

Cornelius W. Lawrence William N. Shinn
John Chaney
Luke Lea

Charles Slade
Samuel Clark
Thomas Lee

James Standifer
Henry W. Connor

Humphrey H. Leavitt John T. Stoddert
John Cramer
George Loyall

William Taylor
Rowland Day
Abijah Mann, jr.

James Turner
John B. Forester
Moses Mason, jr.

Joel Turrill
William K. Fuller
Rufus McIntire

Taylor Webster
John Galbraith
Isaac McKim

Reuben Whallon
Ransom H. Gillet
And then the House adjourned until to-morrow, 12 o'clock meridian.

FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1834.' A new member, viz. from Virginia, James W. Bouldin, elected to supply the vacancy occasioned by the death of Thomas T. Bouldin, appeared, produced his credentials, was sworn to support the constitution of the United States, and took his seat.

Mr. John Quincy Adams (by leave) moved the following resolution; which was read, and laid upon the table, viz.

Resolved, That the Secretary of the Treasury be directed to lay be

The names kis held by

fore this House copies of the charters of all the banks selected by him as depositories of the public moneys in the place of the Bank of the United States and its branches, together with the names of the Presidents, Cashiers, Directors, and stockholders in the said selected banks, and the names of the lawyers and solicitors, with the amount of stock in said banks held by each stocklaolder, and the amount of debt due by each President, Cashier, and Director of each of the banks to the said bank at the time when it was selected as a depository, and at this time.

On motion of Mr. McKinley, Resolved, That eleven o'clock A. M. shall be the hour to which this House shall stand adjourned until otherwise ordered.

On motion of Mr. Lyon, of Michigan, Resolved, That the Secretary of War be requested to transmit to this House a copy of the map and report furnished the department by Lieutenant Allen, who accompanied H. R. Schoolcraft, Esq. to, and beyond, the sources of the -Mississippi river, on a visit to the Northyestern Indians, in the year 1832.

On motion of Mr. Patterson, Resolved, That the Committee on Indian Affairs be instructed to inquire into the expediency of making an appropriation for the purpose of purchasing the Wyandott Indian reservations, in the State of Ohio, and removing the Wyandott tribe of Indians west of the Mississippi.

On motion of Mr. Chilton, Resolved, That the Committee on Invalid Pensions be instructed to inquire into the propriety of placing the name of Samuel M. Asbury on the roll of invalid pensioners.

Mr. Reed presented a petition of Lemuel Tobey, of Boston, in the State of Massachusetts, praying that his name may be inscribed on the roll of revolutionary pensioners of the United States; which petition was referred to the Committee on Revolutionary Pensions.

On motion of Mr. Davenport, Ordered, That the petition of John W. Godfrey, presented December 9, 1816, be again presented, and referred to the Committee on Revolutionary Claims.

Mr. Watmough presented a petition of Jacob Tees and William Vanhook, of Kensington, in the county of Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania, late the firm of Tees and Vanhook, praying to be indemnified for losses sustained by them in the fulfilment of a contract made by them with the navy commissioners of the United States, for furnishing a frame of live oak timber for a forty-four gun frigate, to be delivered at the navy yard at Philadelphia.

Ordered, That the said petition be referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs.

Mr. Elisha Whittlesey, from the Committee of Claims, made an unfavorable report on the petition of William Bryden; which was read, and laid on the table.

Mr. Whittlesey, from the same committee, made unfavorable reports on the petitions of Jane Benedict, widow of Thomas B. Benedict, and · Stephen Allen ; which reports were read, and laid on the table.

Mr. Grennell, from the Committee of Claims, to which was referred the petition of Joseph Nourse, made a report thereon, accompanied by a bill (No. 396) for his relief; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House tomorrow.

Mr. Parker, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, made an unfavorable report on the petition of Colonel Anthony Gale; which was read, and laid on the table.

On motion of Mr. Polk, Ordered, That the Committee of Ways and Means be discharged from the further consideration of the petition of the sugar refiners of Baltimore, and from the petition of Arnold Buffum, and that the said petitions do lie on the table. · Mr. Cramer, from the Committee of Claims, made an unfavorable report on the petition of Benjamin L. Beall; which report was ordered to lie on the table.

Mr. Bell, of Tennessee, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to which the subject was referred, by resolution, on the 18th of December, reported a bill (No. 397) to revive and amend an act for the relief of certain insolvent debtors of the United States, passed on the 2d of March, 1831 ; and an act in addition thereto, passed on the 14th day of July, 1832; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.

Mr. Harper, of New Hampshire, from the Committee on Commerce, made a report on the petition of Joseph Folsom and others, accompanied by a bill (No. 398) for their relief; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.

Mr. Chaney, from the Committee on Invalid Pensions, made an unfavorable report on the petition of Amos A. Williams; which was read, and laid on the table.

Mr. Cave Johnson, from the Committee on Private Land Claims, made an adverse report on the case of the heirs of Philip Renault, accompanied by a bill (No. 399) directing the sale of certain lands in the Illinois, claimed by the heirs of Philip Renault; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.

Mr. Cave Johnson, from the Committee on Private Land Claims, made an adverse report on the memorial of the General Assembly of the State of Illinois, on behalf of the heirs of Philip Renault; which report was read, and ordered to lie on the table.

On motion of Mr. Mitchell, of Ohio, Ordered, That the Committee on Invalid Pensions be discharged from the further consideration of the case of Isaac Knox, and that the same do lie upon the table.

Mr. Adams, of New York, from the Committee on Invalid Pensions, made an unfavorable report on the petition of John Hollydayoke ; which report was read, and laid on the table.

The House resumed the consideration of the resolution moved by Mr. Mardis on the 14th of January, relative to the selection of banks in

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