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Whereby it appears that Robert P. Letcher received a majority of eleven votes of all the legal votes in said district: and whereas, in the face of these facts, the House has resolved that Robert P. Letcher is not entitled to his seat in this House: and whereas it appears, by motions now pending before this House, that sundry other votes are yet in controversy between the parties, and the House having stopped the investigation upon those votes which were alleged to have been illegally received by Thomas P. Moore..

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And after debate thereon, Mr. Clayton withdrew the said preamble; when
Mr. Garland renewed the same.
And on the question that the House do agree thereto,
It was decided in the negative, 3

Yeas, . .
Nays, .

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136. 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. Benjamin F. Deming Mr. Levi Lincoln
Heman Allen
Harmar Denny

Henry C. Martindale
Chilton Allan rodas
George Evans

Thomas A. Marshall
John Banks
Edward Everett

Thomas M. T. McKenna
Noyes Barber
Horace Everett

Charles F. Mercer
Martin Beaty
John Ewing

John J. Milligan
O James M. Bell 99998 0 Millard Fillmore

9Samuel McDowell Moore Horace Binney

9800 Philo C. Fuller 1099 Henry L. Pinckney 09 George N. Briggs Roger L. Gamble

David Potts, jr. John Bull

Rice Garlandovima John Reed
George Burd
. . James H. Gholson

William Slade
Tristam Burgess lo di William F. Gordon betod David Spangler 9
Robert B. Campbell
Benjamin Gorham

John N. Steele
Thomas Chilton

William J. Grayson
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Christopher Tompkins
William Clark
George Grennell, jr.

James Turner
Augustine S. Clayton
John K. Griffin

Samuel Tweedy
William K. Clowney
Hiland Hall

Joseph Vance
Ko

Benjamin Hardin
Thomas Corwin

Samuel F. Vinton
Joseph H. Crane
James Harper

John G. Watmough
David Crockett
Abner Hazeltine

Edward D. White
Edward Darlington
James P. Heath

Frederick Whittlesey
Warren R. Davis
William Jackson

Elisha Whittleseys
Thomas Davenport
George W. Lay

Lewis Williams
Edmund Deberry
Dixon H. Lewis

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

Mr. Churchill C. Cambreleng Mr. William K. Fuller
John J. Allen Marco Richard B. Carmichael John H. Fulton
William Allend e John Carr o ll

John Galbraith into
Joseph B. Anthony
Zadok Casey

Ransom H. Gillet
William S. Archer
George Chambers

George R. Gilmer
William H. Ashley
John Chaneye

James Graham
William Baylies
Joseph W. Chinna

Joseph Hall o t
James M. H. Beales Samuel Clark

Nicoll Halsey
Benning M. Bean
Clement C. Clayda

Thomas L. Hamera
Samuel Beardsleyot John Coffee sociale

Edward A. Hannegan
Andrew Beaumont
Henry W. Connor

Gideon Hard
John Blair
Richard Coulter

Joseph M. Harper
Abraham Bockeet
John Cramer

Samuel S. Harrison
Charles Bodle
Rowland Days

Samuel G. Hathaway
Ratliff Boon
Philemon Dickerson

Micajah T. Hawkins
James W. Bouldin
David W. Dickinson

Albert G. Hawes
John W. Brown
Joseph Duncan

Joseph Henderson
Samuel Bunch

William C. Dunlap 10 William Hiesterit
Robert Burns
John M. Felder 0

Edward Howell
Jesse A. Bynum

John B. Forester da Henry Hubbard
Harry Cage Twiat

Samuel Fowler loot Abel Huntingtonfo

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Mr. William M. Inge vi 9 Mr. Isaac McKimados Mr. William Schley
Leonard Jarvis I

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Richard M. Johnson

loi Jonn McKinley toy of Augustine H. Shepperd

Jeremiah McLene
Jeremiah M

William N. Shinn 30 Noadiah Johnson

Charles McVean o f Charles Slade Cave Johnson · Jian Jesse Miller

Francis O. J. Smith Seaborn Jones

Henry Mitchell

: Jesse Speight Benjamin Jones Robert Mitchell

James Standifer Edward Kavanagh

Henry A. Muhlenberg Andrew Stewart George L. Kinnard of b John Murphy HOT 9 John T. Stoddert Amos Lane

Gayton P. Osgood loc' Joel B. Sutherland Gerrit Y. Lansing

William Taylor
John Laporte

Gorham Parks . 0 William P. Taylor
Luke Lea
James Parker and

Francis Thomas
Thomas Lee 01
John M. Patton

John Thomson
Humphrey H. Leavitt William Patterson

Joel Turrill James Love

Dutee J. Pearce l Aaron Vanderpoel
George Loyall . . Balie Peyton

Isaac B. Van Houten
Jn Chittenden Lyons to Franklin Pierceb ud David D. Wagener
Robert T. Lytle
Job Pierson

Aaron Ward

Aar
Abijah Mann, jr.
Franklin E. Plummer

Daniel Wardwell
Joel K. Mann
James K. Polk

Taylor Webster
Samuel W. Mardis
Patrick H. Pope

Reuben Whallon
Moses Mason, jr.
Robert Ramsay

Campbell P. White
Rufus McIntire

Ferdinand S. Schenck Henry A. Wise James J. McKay

The question was then put, that the House do agree to the resolution reported from the Committee of the Whole House, And passed in the affirmative. Yeas, : . · · · · · · 114,

Nays, . . . . . . . . 103. The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present,

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

" Mr. Ransom H. Gillet Mr. Samuel W. Mardis
William Allen
Joseph Hall

Moses Mason, jr.
Joseph B. Anthony
Nicoll Halsey

Rufus McIntire
Benning M. Bean
Thomas L. Hamer

James J. McKay
Samuel Beardsley

Edward A. Hannegan Isaac McKim
Andrew Beaumont
Gideon Hard

John McKinley
Abraham Bockee
Joseph M. Harper

Jeremiah McLene
Charles Bodle
Samuel S. Harrison

Charles McVean
Ratliff Boon

Samuel G. Hathaway Jesse Miller
James W. Bouldin.
Micajah T. Hawkins

Henry Mitchell
John W. Brown
Albert G. Hawes

Robert Mitchell
Samuel Bunch
James P. Heath

Henry A. Muhlenberg
Robert Burns
Joseph Henderson

John Murphy
Jesse A. Bynum
Edward Howell

Gayton P. Osgood
Churchill C. Cambreleng Henry Hubbardo

Sherman Page
Richard B. Carmichael Abel Huntington

Gorham Parkstek
John Carr
Leonard Jarvis

James Parker
Zadok Casey ..
Richard M. Johnson

William Patterson
John Chaney , Noadiah Johnson

Dutee J. Pearce
Joseph W. Chinn
Cave Johnson

Balie Peyton
Samuel Clarketi
Seaborn Jones

Franklin Pierce
Clement C. Clay
Benjamin Jones

Job Pierson
John Coffee
Edward Kavanagh

Franklin E. Plummer
Henry W. Connor
Amos Lane

James K. Polk
John Cramer l a Gerrit Y. Lansing lo Patrick H. Pope
Rowland Day loa
Luke Lea

Ferdinand S. Schenck
Philemon Dickerson
Thomas Lee

William Schley
David W. Dickinson

Humphrey H. Leavitt William N. Shinn
William C. Dunlap
George Loyall

Charles Slade
John B. Forester
Chittenden Lyon

Francis 0. J. Smith
Samuel Fowler

Robert T. Lytle on Jesse Speight
William K. Fuller
Abijah Mann, jr.fo

James Standifer
John Galbraith toda Joel K. Mann

John T. Stoddert

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Mr. Joel B. Sutherland Mr. Joel Turrillo

Mr. Daniel Wardwell CM
William Taylor
Aaron Vanderpoel

Taylor Webster
Francis Thomas
Isaac B. Van Houten

Reuben Whallona
John Thomson
David D. Wagener

Campbell P. White
James Turner
Aaron Ward

Henry A. Wise
Those who voted in the negative, are,

w now Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. Joseph Duncan

Mr. Thomas A. Marshall
Heman Allen
George Evans

Jonathan McCarty
John J. Allen
Edward Everett

William McComas
Chilton Allan
Horace Everett

Thomas M. T. McKennan
William S. Archer
John Ewing 960

Charles F. Mercer
William H. Ashley
John M. Felder ve

John J. Milligan
John Banks
Millard Fillmore

Samuel McDowell Moore
Noyes Barber
Thomas F. Foster

John M. Patton
Charles A. Barnitz
Philo C. Fuller

Henry L. Pinckney
Daniel L. Barringer Roger L. Gamble

David Potts, jr.
William Baylies
Rice Garlandados

Robert Ramsay
Martin Beaty
James H. Gholson todt at

John Reed BHT James M. Bell . George R. Gilmer

Dudley Seldendot
Horace Binney to
William F. Gordon

William B. Shepard
George N. Briggs
Benjamin Gorham

Augustine H. Shepperd
John Bulldo
James Grahamol

William Slade
Tristam Burges
William J. Grayson

Jonathan Sloane w
Robert B. Campbell George Grennell, jr. David Spangler
George Chambers
John K. Griffin

John N. Steele
Thomas Chilton
Hiland Hall

Andrew Stewart ,
Rufus Choate
Benjamin Hardino

William P. Taylor
William Clarke
James Harper

Philemon Thomas
Augustine S. Clayton Abner Hazeltine

Christopher Tompkins William K. Clowney William Hiesteri

Samuel Tweedy
Thomas Corwin

Jabez W. Huntington Joseph Vance
Richard Coulter
William Jackson

Samuel F. Vinton
Joseph H. Crane

William Cost Johnson John G. Watmough
David Crockettant
Henry King

James M. Wayne
Edward Darlington
George L. Kinnard

Edward D. White
Warren R. Daviso.
John Laporte da

Frederick Whittlesey
Thomas Davenport
George W. Lay

Elisha Whittlesey
Edmund Deberry
Levi Lincoln

Lewis Williams
Benjamin F. Deming
James Love

Edgar C. Wilson
Harmar Denny

Henry C. Martindale Ebenezer Young John Dickson OD

3) And so it was lo

Resolved, That there be a new election for a member of this House for the fifth congressional district of Kentucky, it being impracticable for this House to determine, with any certainty, who is the rightful Representative of said district.

The House then proceeded to the consideration of the engrossed bill (No. 132) for the relief of Edmund Brooke; when nos

A motion was made by Mr. Wardwell that the said bill do lie on the tablert endast d ijo And the question being put,

on si JUBW It was decided in the negative, 3

Yeas,. . .

• 69, negative, Nays, d r . I . 95. 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. James M. H. Beale Mr. Zadok Casey
Heman Allen
Horace Binney

George Char
Jos Williain Allent to John

zaied George Chambers John Blair

John Chaney
John Banks

Ratliff Boonosis and Thomas Chilton
Noyes Barber
George N. Briggs

Rufus Choatendo
William Baylies
John W. Brownnel

William Clark
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Myning

Mr. John Cramer isim Mr. Benjamin Jones 1o 14 Mr. John Reed '
Edward Darlington
Edward Kavanagh

Ferdinand S. Schenck
Benjamin F. Deming George L. Kinnard

William Slade
Harmar Denny
Gerrit Y. Lansing

Jonathan Sloane
Joseph Duncan
John Laporte 100

Francis 0. J. Smith
John Ewing

Levi Lincolns 2911 91 si Andrew Stewart
Philo C. Fuller
Henry C. Martindale

John Thomson
George Grennell, jr. Moses Mason, jr.

Christopher Tompkins
Hiland Hall
Jonathan McCarty

James Turner
Edward A. Hannegan Charles McVean

Samuel Tweedy
Samuel S. Harrison
Jesse Miller andet

Isaac B. Van Houten
Abner Hazeltine
Gayton P. Osgood,

Samuel F. Vinton
Joseph Henderson
James Parker

Aaron Ward
Henry Hubbard
William Patterson

Daniel Wardwell
Jabez W. Huntington Franklin Pierce

Reuben Whallon
William Jackson
David Potts, jr.

Elisha Whittlesey
Leonard Jarvis
Robert Ramsay

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

Mr. William F. Gordon Mr. Sherman Page
John J. Allen
James Graham

Gorham Parks by Joseph B. Anthony

William J. Grayson

John M. Patton
William S. Archer
John K. Griffin

Job Pierson
William H. Ashley
Joseph Halla

Henry L. Pinckney
Benning M. Bean
Nicoll Halsey

Franklin E. Plummer
Martin Beatymo
Gideon Hard do

James K. Polk
Abraham Bockce
Benjamin Hardin

William Schley
James W. Bouldin
Joseph M. Harper

Dudley Selden
John Bulls
James Harper

William B. Shepard
Samuel Bunch
Samuel G. Hathaway

Augustine H. Shepperd
Harry Cage

Micajah T. Hawkins William N. Shinn
Churchill c. Cambreleng James P. Heath do

Charles Slade
John Carr
Edward Howell

David Spangler
Joseph W. Chinn
William M. Inge W

Jesse Speight
Samuel Clark
Richard M. Johnson

James Standifer
Clement C. Clay
Noadiah Johnson

John N. Steele
Augustine S. Clayton Seaborn Jones del

John T. Stoddert
John Coffee
Amos Lane 10

William Taylor
Henry W. Connor
Luke Lea Iva

William P. Taylor
Thomas Davenport
Thomas Lee

Philemon Thomas
Rowland Day
Dixon H. Lewis

Joel Turrill
David W. Dickinson George Loyall

Joseph Vance
Horace Everett
Chittenden Lyon

John G. Watmough
Abijah Mann, jr.. .

James M. Wayne
John B. Forester

Campbell P. White
LOL Thomas F. Foster

Samuel W. Mardis

Edward D. White
William K. Fuller

Thomas M. T. McKennan .. Richard H. Wilde
John H. Fulton
Isaac McKim

Lewis Williams
Roger L. Gamble

John McKinley
id Rice Garland
Top

Edgar C. Wilson
Charles F. Mercer

Henry A. Wise James H. Gholson ). Samuel McDowell Moore ! ad And, after debate on the said bill, the previous question was moved by Mr. Clay, and being demanded by a majority of the members present, it was put, viz. Shall the main question be now put? And passed in the affirmative.

The main question was then put, viz.
Shall the said bill pass ?
And passed in the affirmative. Yeas, .. . · · · · 106,

Nays, . . . . . . . . 47.
The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present,

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

Mr. Daniel L. Barringer Mr. Samuel Beardsley
William S. Archer
James M. H. Beale

Martin Beaty
William H. Ashley
Benning M. Bean

Abraham Bockee

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John M. Felder des

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Mr. Charles Bodle

Mr. William J. Grayson Mr. John Murphy
Ratliff Boon
Jobn K. Griffin

Sherman Page
James W. Bouldin
Benjamin Hardin

Gorham Parks
John Bull
Joseph M, Harper

John M. Patton
Samuel Bunch
Samuel G. Hathaway

Balie Peyton
Jesse A. Bynum
Micajah T. Hawkins

Job Pierson
Harry Cage
Albert G. Hawes

Henry L. Pinckney
Churchill C, Cambreleng James P. Heath

Franklin E. Plummer
John Carr
Edward Howell

James K. Polk
Joseph W. Chinn
Abel Huntington

Patrick H. Pope
Samuel Clark
William M. Inge

William Schley
Clement C. Clay
Richard M. Johnson

William B. Shepard
Augustine S. Clayton Cave Johnson

Augustine H. Shepperd
William K. Clowney
Seaborn Jones

Charles Slade
John Coffee
Henry King

David Spangler
Henry W. Connor
Amos Lane

Jesse Speight
Thomas Davenport
Luke Lea

James Standifer
Rowland Day
Dixon H. Lewis

John N. Steele
Edmund Deberry
James Love

Andrew Stewart
Philemon Dickerson
George Loyall

John T. Stoddert
David W. Dickinson
Chittenden Lyon

William Taylor
William C. Dunlap
Abijah Mann, jr.

William P. Taylor
John Ewing
Samuel W. Mardis

Francis Thomas
Millard Fillmore
Rufus McIntire

Philemon Thomas
John B. Forester
James J. McKay

Joel Turrill
Thomas F. Foster

Thomas M. T. McKennan James M. Wayne
William K. Fuller
John McKinley

Campbell P. White
John H. Fulton
Jeremiah McLene

Edward D. White
Roger L. Gamble
Charles F. Mercer

Richard H. Wilde
Rice Garland
Henry Mitchell

Lewis Williams
George R. Gilmer

Samuel McDowell Moore Edgar C. Wilson
William F. Gordon

Henry A. Muhlenberg Henry A. Wise
James Graham

Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. Gideon Hard

Mr. Franklin Pierce
Heman Allen
Henry Hubbard

David Potts, jr.
William Allen
William Jackson

Robert Ramsay
John Banks
Leonard Jarvis

John Reed
John Blair
Benjamin Jones

Ferdinand S. Schenck
George N. Briggs
George L. Kinnard

Jonathan Sloane
John W. Brown
John Laporte

John Thomson
Zadok Casey
Levi Lincoln

Christopher Tompkins
George Chambers
Joel K. Mann

Samuel F. Vinton
Thomas Chilton
Henry C. Martindale

Aaron Ward
William Clark
Jonathan McCarty

Daniel Wardwell
John Dickson
Charles McVean

Reuben Whallon
George Evans
Jesse Miller

Frederick Whittlesey
Edward Everett
Robert Mitchell

Elisha Whittlesey
George Grennell, jr. Gayton P. Osgood

Ebenezer Young
Edward A. Hannegan James Parker

The title of said bill was then amended to read, “ An act authorizing Edmund Brooke to remove to the District of Columbia two slaves owned by him prior to his removal from Virginia.”

Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senate in the said bill.

The bill from the Senate (No. 19) entitled “ An act to revive the act entitled 'An act to grant pre-emption rights to settlers on the public lands, approved May 29, 1830,” was read the third time.

And, after debate thereon,
The House adjourned until to-morrow, 11 o'clock in the forenoon.

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