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Those who voted in the affirmative, are, Hr. John Quincy Adains Mr. Thomas Davenport Chilton Allan

Edmund Deberry
William S. Archer

Benjamin F. Deming
William H. Ashley

Harmar Denny
John Banks

Littleton P. Dennis
Noyes Barber

John Dickson
Charles A. Barnitz

Joseph Duncan
Daniel L. Barringer

William W. Ellsworth
Isaac C. Bates

George Evans
James M. H. Beale

Edward Everett
Martin Beaty

Horace Everett
James M. Bell

John Ewing
Horace Binney

John M. Felder
Thomas T. Bouldin

Millard Fillmore
George N. Briggs

Samuel A. Foot
Henry A. Bullard

Thomas F. Foster
John Bull

Samuel Fowler
George Burd

Philo C. Fuller
Tristam Burges

John H. Fulton
Harry Cage

Roger L. Gamble
Richard B. Carmichael James H. Gholson
George Chambers

George R. Gilmer
Thomas Chilton

William F. Gordon
Rufus Choate

Benjamin Gorham
Nathaniel H. Claiborne William J. Grayson
William Clark

George Grennell, jr.
Augustine S. Clayton John K. Griffin
William K. Clowney

Hiland Hall
Tbomas Corwin

Gideon Hard
Richard Coulter

Benjamin Hardin
Joseph H. Crane

James Harper
David Crockett

Abner Hazeltine
Edward Darlington

James P. Heath
John Davis

William Hiester
Warren R. Davis

Jabez W. Huntington
Amos Davis

William Cost Johnson
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John Adams

Mr. John Cramer
Heman Allen

Rowland Day
John J. Allen

Philemon Dickerson
William Allen

David W. Dickinson Joseph B. Anthony

William C. Dunlap
William Baylies

John B. Forester
Benning M. Bean

William K. Fuller
Samuel Beardsley

John Galbraith
Andrew Beaumont

Ransom H. Gillet
Jobn Bell

Joseph Hall
James Blair

Thomas H. Hall
John Blair

Nicoll Halsey
Abraham Bockee

Thomas L. Hamer
Charles Bodle

Edward A. llannegan
Ratliff Boon

Joseph M. Harper
John W. Brown

Samuel S. Harrison
Samuel Bunch

Samuel G. Hathaway Robert Burns

Micajah T. Hawkins
Jesse A. Bynum

Albert G. Hawes
Churchill C. Cambreleng Joseph Henderson
John Cart

Edward Howell
Zadok Casey

Henry Hubbard
John Chaney

Abel Huntington
Joseph W. Chinn

William M. loge
Samuel Clark

Leonard Jarvis
Clement C. Clay

Noadiah Johnson
Henry W. Connor

Cave Johnson

Mr. Seaborn Jones

George W. Lay
Thomas Lee
Dixon H. Lewis
James Love
Henry C. Martindale
Thomas A. Marshall
Jobn Y. Mason
Thomas M. T. McKennan
Charles F. Mercer
John J. Milligan
John M. Patton
Henry L. Pinckney
David Potts, jr.
John Reed
Dudley Selden
William B. Shepard
Augustine H. Shepperd
William Slade
Jonathan Sloane
David Spangler
Andrew Stewart
William P. Taylor
Philemon Thomas
Christopher Tompkins
Samuel Tweedy
Joseph Vance
Samuel F. Vinton
John G. Watmough
Frederick Whittlesey
Elisha Whittlesey
Richard H. Wilde
Lewis Williams
Edgar C. Wilson
Ebenezer Young

Mr. Benjamin Jones

Edward Kavanagh
Henry King
George L. Kinnard
Amos Lane
Gerrit Y. Lansing
John Laporte
Cornelius W. Lawrence
Luke Lea
Humphrey H. Leavitt
George Loyall
Edward Lucas
Chittenden Lyon
Robert T. Lytle
Joel K. Mann
Samuel W. Mardis
William McComas
Rufus McIntire
James J. McKay
Isaac McKim
John McKinley
Jeremiah McLene
Charles McVean
Jesse Miller
Robert Mitchell
Samuel McDowell Moore
Henry A. Muhlenberg

Mr. John Murphy

Mr. Abraham Rencher Mr. John Thomson
Gayton P. Osgood

Frederick S. Schenck James Turner
Sherman Page
William Schley

Joel Turrill
Gorbam Parks
William N. Shinn

Aaron Vanderpoel
James Parker
Charles Slade

Isaac Van Houten
William Patterson
Francis 0. J. Smith

David D. Wagener
Dutee J. Pearce
Jesse Speight

Aaron Ward
Balie Peyton
James Standifer

Daniel Wardwell
Franklin Pierce
John T. Stoddert

Taylor Webster
Job Pierson
Joel B. Sutherland

Reuben Whallon
James K. Polk
William Taylor

Campbell P. White
Patrick H. Pope
Prancis Thomas

Henry A. Wise
Robert Ramsay

The question was then put on so much of Mr. Archer's motion as proposed that the said memorial be printed, And passed in the affirmative,

s Yeas, . . . . . . . . 225,

mauve, | Nays,. . . . 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. Rufus Choate

Mr. William F. Gordon
John Adams

Nathaniel H. Claiborne Benjamin Gorham
Heman Allen
Samuel Clark

James Graham
John J. Allen
William Clark

William J. Grayson
Chilton Allan
Clement C. Clay

George Grennell, jr.
William Allen
Augustine S. Clayton

John K. Griffin
Joseph B. Anthony
William K. Clowney

Hiland Hall
William S. Archer
John Coffee

Thomas H. Hall
William H. Ashley
Henry W. Connor

Nicoll Halsey
John Banks
Richard Coulter

Thomas L. Hamer
Noyes Barber
John Cramer

Edward A. Hannegan
Charles A. Barnitz

Joseph H. Crane

. Gideon Hard
Daniei L. Barringer
David Crockett

Benjamin Hardin
Isaac C. Bates
Edward Darlington

Joseph M. Harper
William Baylies
John Davis

James Harper
James M. H. Beale
Amos Davis

Samuel S. Harrison
Benning M. Bean
Thomas Davenport

Samuel G. Hathaway
Samuel Beardsley
Rowland Day

Albert G. Hawes
Martin Beaty
Edmund Deberry

Abner Hazeltine
John Bell
Benjamin F. Deming

James P. Heath
James M. Bell
Harmar Denny

William Hiester
Horace Binney
Littleton P. Dennis

Joseph Henderson
James Blair
John Dickson

Edward Howell
John Blair
Philemon Dickerson

Henry Hubbard
Abrabam Bockee
David W. Dickinson

Jabez W. Huntington
Charles Bodle
Joseph Duncan

Abel Huntington
Ratliff Boon
William C. Dunlap

William M. Inge
Thomas T. Bouldin
William W. Ellsworth

Leonard Jarvis
George N. Briggs
George Evans

William Cost Johnson
John W. Brown
Edward Everett

Richard M. Johnson
Henry A. Bullard
Horace Everett

Noadiah Johnson
John Bull
John Ewing

Cave Johnson
Samuel Bunch
John M. Felder

Seaborn Jones
George Burd
Millard Fillmore

Benjamin Jones
Tristam Burges
Samuel A. Foot

Edward Kavanagh
Robert Burns
John B. Forester

Henry King
Jesse A. Bynum
Thomas F. Foster

George L. Kinnard
Harry Cage
Samuel Fowler

Amos Lane
Churchill c. Cambreleng Philo C. Fuller

Gerrit Y. Lansing
Richard B. Carmicbael William K. Fuller

John Laporte
John Cart
John H. Fulton

Cornelius W. Laureoce
Zadok Casey
John Galbraith

George W. Lay
George Chambers
Roger L. Gamble

Luke Lea
John Chaney
James H. Gholson

Humphrey H. Leavit
Thomas Chilton
Ransom H. Gillet

Thomas Lee
Joseph W. Ching
George R. Gilmet

Dixon H. Lewis

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r. James Lore

Mr. Sherman Page. Mr. Andrew Stewart
George Loyall
Gorham Parks

John T. Stoddert
Edward Lucas
James Parker

Joel B. Sutherland
Chittenden Lyon
John M. Patton

William Taylor
Robert T. Lytle
William Patterson

William P. Taylor
Abijah Mann, jr.
Dutee J. Pearce

Francis Thomas
Joel K. Mann
Balie Peyton

Philemon Thomas
Henry C. Martindale Franklin Pierce

John Thomson
Thomas A. Marshall
Job Pierson

Christopher Tompkins
Samuel W. Mardis
Henry L. Pinckney

James Turner
John Y. Mason
James K. Polk

Joel Turrill
Jonathan McCarty
Patrick H. Pope

Samuel Tweedy
William McComas
David Potts, jr.

Aaron Vanderpoel
George McDuffie
Robert Ramsay

Isaac Van Houten
Rufus McIntire
John Reed

Samuel F. Vinton
James J. Mckay
Abraham Rencher

David D. Wagener
Thomas M. T. McKennan Frederick S. Schenck

Aaron Ward
Isaac Mckim
William Schley

Daniel Wardwell
John Mckinley
Dudley Selden

John G. Watmough
Jeremiah McLene
William B. Shepard

James M. Wayne
Charles McVean

Augustine H. Shepperd Taylor Webster
Charles F. Mercer
William N. Shinn

Reuben Whallon
Jesse Miller
William Slade

Campbell P. White
John J. Milligan
Charles Slade

Elisha Whittlesey
Robert Mitchell
Jonathan Sloane

Richard H. Wilde
Samuel McDowell Moore Francis O. J. Smith

Lewis Williams
Henry A. Muhlenberg David Spangler

Edgar C. Wilson
John Murphy
Jesse Speight

Henry A. Wise
Gayton P. Osgood
James Standifer

Ebenezer Young
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Ms. William C. Dunlap Mr. Micajah T. Hawkins Mr. Joseph Vance

Joseph Hall

The question then recurred on the motion made by Mr. Watmough that the said memorial be committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union,

And being put,
It sosteoided in the nortive S Yeas, . . . . . .

96, It was decided in the negative, 3 Navs

' Nays, . . . . . . . . 133. 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. William Clark

Mr. Willard Fillmore
Heman Allen
Augustine S. Clayton

Samuel A. Faot
Chilton Allan
William K. Clowney

Thomas F. Foster
William H. Ashley
Thomas Corwin

Philo C. Fuller
John Banks
Richard Coulter

Roger L. Gamble
Noges Barber
Joseph H. Crane

George R. Gilmer
Charles A. Barnitz
David Crockett

William F. Gordon
Daniel L. Barringer
Edward Darlington

Benjamin Gorhara
Isaac C. Bates
John Davis

William J. Grayson
Martin Beaty
Amos Davis

George Grennell, jr.
James M. Bell
Thomas Davenport

John K. Griffin
Horace Binney
Edmund Deberry

Hiland Hall
Thomas T. Bouldin
Benjamin F. Deming

Gideon Hard
George N. Briggs
Harmar Denny

Benjamin Hardin
Henry A. Bullard
Littleton P. Dennis

James Harper
John Bull
John Dickson

Abner Hazeltine
George Burd
Joseph Duncan

William Hiester
Tristam Burges

William W. Ellsworth Jabez W. Huntington Harry Cage George Evans

William Cost Jobnson
George Chambets
Edward Everett

Seaborn Jones
Thomas Chilton
Horace Everett

George W. Lay
Rufus Choato
John M. Feldes

Dixon H. Lewis

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Mr. James Love
Mr. John Reed

Mr. Samuel Tweedy
Henry C. Martindale Abraham Rencher

Joseph Vance
Thomas A. Marshall
Dudley Selden

Samuel F. Vinton
George McDuffie
William B. Shepard

John G. Watmough Thomas M. T. McKennan William Slade

Frederick Whittlesey
Charles F. Mercer
Jonathan Sloane

Elisha Whittlesey
John J. Milligan
David Spangler

Richard H. Wilde
Samuel McDowell Moore Andrew Stewart

Lewis Williams
Henry L. Pinckney
Philemon Thomas

Edgar C. Wilson
David Potts, jr.

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

Mr. Thomas H. Hall Mr. Jeremiah McLene
John J. Allen
Nicoll Halsey

Charles McVean
William Allen
Thomas L. Hamer

Jesse Miller
Joseph B. Anthony

Edward A. Hannegan Robert Mitchell
William S. Archer
Joseph M. Harper

Henry A. Muhlenberg
William Baylies
Samuel S. Harrison

John Murphy
James M. H. Beale

Samuel G. Hathaway Gayton P. Osgood
Benning M. Bean
Micajah T. Hawkins

Sherman Page
Samuel Beardsley
Albert G. Hawes

Gorham Parks
Andrew Beaumont
James P. Heath

James Parker
John Bell
Joseph Henderson

John M. Patton
James Blair
Edward Howell

William Patterson
John Blair
Henry Hubbard

Dutee J. Pearce
Abraham Bockee
Abel Huntington

Balie Peyton
Charles Bodle
William M. Inge

Franklin Pierce
Ratliff Boon
Leonard Jarvis

Job Pierson
John W. Brown
Richard M. Johnson

James K. Polk
Samuel Bunch
Noadiah Johnson

Patrick H. Pope
Robert Burns
Cave Johnson

Robert Ramsay
Jesse A. Bynum
Benjamin Jones

Frederick S. Schenck Churchill C. Cambreleng Edward Kavanagh

William Schley Richard B. Carmichael Henry King

Augustine H. Shepperd
John Carr
George L. Kinnard

William N. Shinn
Zadok Casey
Amos Lane

Charles Slade
Jobn Chaney
Gerrit Y. Lansing

Francis 0. J. Smith
Joseph W. Chinn
John Laporte

Jesse Speight
Nathaniel H. Claiborne Cornelius W. Lawrence James Standifer
Samuel Clark
Luke Lea

John T. Stoddert
Clement C. Clay

Humphrey H. Leavitt Joel B. Sutherland
John Coffee
Thomas Lee

William Taylor
Henry W. Connor
George Loyall

William P. Taylor
John Cramer
Edward Lucas

John Thomson
Rowland Day
Chittenden Lyon

James Turner
Philemon Dickerson
Robert T. Lytle

Joel Turrill
David W. Dickinson
Abijah Mann, jr.

Aaron Vanderpoel
William C. Dunlap
Joel K. Mann

Isaac Van Houten
John Ewing
Samuel W. Mardis

David D. Wagener
John B. Forester
John Y. Mason

Aaron Ward
Samuel Fowler
Jonathan McCarty

Daniel Wardwell
William K. Fuller
William McComas

James M. Wayne
John H. Fulton
Rufus McIntire

Taylor Webster
John Galbraith
James J. McKay

Reuben Whallon
James H. Gholson
Isaac McKim

Campbell P. White
Ransom H. Gillet
John McKinley

Henry A. Wise
Joseph Hall

The question was then put on the motion made by Mr. Polk that th said memorial be referred to the Committee of Ways and Means,

And passed in the affirmative.

Mr. McKennan presented a memorial of inhabitants of Georgetowi Washington, and Alexandria, in the District of Columbia, praying Coi gress to make provision for an adequate endowment of free schools i Conneth C

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the District of Columbia; which memorial was referred to the Committee for the District of Columbia.

On motion of Mr. McKennan, Ordered, That the petition of Gideon Davis, William C. Lipscomb, and Ninian Beall, on behalf of the Methodist Protestant Church of Georgetown, presented January 23, 1832, be referred to the Committee for the District of Columbia.

Mr. Pope presented a petition of William Buchanan, of the State of Kentucky, praying for a grant of bounty land, for services as a soldier in the army in the late war with Great Britain ; which petition was referred to the Committee on Private Land Claims.

On motion of Mr. Barber, Ordered, That the report of the Secretary of War, made to this House on the 23d of February, 1832, relative to the claims of the State of Connecticut for services of militia, and disbursements made during the late war with Great Britain, be referred to the Committee on Military Affairs.

Mr. Ward presented a memorial of Major General Alexander Macomb, praying that his claim for brevet pay may be allowed, and applied to the payment of his liability as surety of Lieutenant Champlain, late paymaster in the army, and the balance, if any, after discharging his said liability, to be paid to him.

Ordered, That the said memorial be referred to the Committee on Military Affairs.

On motion of Mr. Hazeltine, Ordered, That the memorial of Nathaniel Bird, heretofore presented on the 10th December, 1828, praying to be paid for his revolutionary services as a soldier, be again referred to the Committee on Revolutionary Claims.

The undermentioned petitions, heretofore presented, were again presented, and referred to the Committee on Revolutionary Claims, viz.

By Mr. Ward : The petition of Jonathan Ward, presented 13th February, 1832.

By Mr. Chinn : The petition of Robert Beale, presented 13th December, 1832.

By Mr. Wise : The petition of Martha Jones and others, representa. tives of William Langbourne, presented 11th December, 1832.

By Mr. Mercer : The petition of Simon Summers, presented 14th December, 1832.

By Mr. Mercer: The petition of Luke Cannon, presented 14th February, 1833.

Mr. Beaumont presented a petition of the widow and heirs of Colonel Zebulon Butler, praying to be paid the arrearages of pay due him, and the commutation of half pay for life to which the said Colonel Butler was entitled as an officer of the revolutionary army.

Mr. Wise presented a petition of the heirs of Thomas Baytop, praying that they may be allowed the commutation of half pay for life to which they conceive he was entitled for his services as an officer in the army of the revolutionary war.

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

On motion of Mr. Wardwell, Ordered, That the several memorials of inhabitants of the State of

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