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FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1834.

The Speaker laid before the House a letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting copies of two reports from the Register and Receiver of the land office at St. Stephen's, of claims to land lying east of Pearl river, west of the Perdido, and below the 31st degree of latitude, presented under the act of March 2, 1829 ; which letter and reports were referred to the Committee on the Public Lands.

The Speaker laid before the House a letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the Chief Engineer, containing all the information now in the possession of the Department of War, relative to the improvement of the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, required by the House on the 7th instant; which letter was ordered to lie on the table.

The House resumed the consideration of the resolution moved by Mr. John Q. Adams on the 28th of March, as modified on the 7th of June instant.

The question recurred on the amendment moved by Mr. Beaty to the amendment moved by Mr. Polk; when Mr. Beaty withdrew his amendment. And the question then recurred on the amendment moved by Mr. Polk.

And, after surther discussion, the hour expired, and the debate was suspended.

The House resumed the consideration of the bill from the Senate (No. 129) entitled “ An act to settle and establish the northern boundary line of the State of Ohio."

The question recurred on the motion made by Mr. Allen, of Ohio, that the further consideration of the said bill be postponed until Thursday, the 19th instant.

And the said question being put,
It was decided in the negative.
And it was then

Ordered, That the said bill be referred to a select committee consisting of seven members; and

Mr. Gilmer, Mr. Gholson, Mr. McKinley, Mr. Tompkins, Mr. Stoddert, Mr. Miller, and Mr. Hall, of Vermont, were appointed the said committee.

The bill from the Senate (No. 94) entitled “An act for the relief of Hannah Stone,” was read the first and second time, and referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs.

The joint resolution from the Senate (No. 8) disapproving the removal of the deposites of the money of the United States from the Bank of the United States, was read the first time; when · A motion was made by Mr. Polk that the said resolution do lie on the table.

A call of the House was then moved by Mr. Crockett; which being agreed to,

The roll was called twice, and 211 members answered to their names, riz. Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. Noyes Barber

Mr. Abraham Bockee
John Adams
Daniel L. Barringer

Charles Bodle
Heman Allen
William Baylies

Ratliff Boon
John J. Allen
Benning M. Bean

James W. Bouldin
Chilton Allan
Samuel Beardeley

George N. Briggs
William Allen
Martin Beaty

John W. Brown
Joseph B. Anthony
Andrew Beaumont

John Bull
William S. Archer
James M. Bell

Samuel Bunch
William H. Ashley
Horace Binney

George Burd
John Banks
John Blair

Tristam Burges

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Mr. Robert Burns 900 Mr. Benjamin Hardin Mr. John Murphy A
Jesse A. Bynum
Joseph M. Harper

Gayton P. Osgood
Harry Cage
James Harper

Sherman Page
Churchill c. Cambreleng Samuel S. Harrison

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Gorham Parks
Robert B. Campbell . . Samuel G. Hathaway

James Parker
John Carr

Micajah T. Hawkins John M. Patton
Zadok Caseyo
Albert G. Hawes

William Patterson
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John Chaney

Abner Hazeltine

D utee J. Pearce
Thomas Chilton
James P. Heath

Franklin Pierce 92
Joseph W. Chinn
Joseph Henderson

Job Pierson
Rufus Chioate Mala William Hiester

Henry L. Pinckney
Samuel Clarke t Edward Howell

Franklin E. Plummer
William Clark
Henry Hubbard

James K. Polka
Clement C. Clay

Jabez W. Huntington Patrick H. Pope
Augustine S. Clayton Abel Huntington

David Potts, jr. it
William K. Clowney
William M. Inge

Robert Ramsay
John Coffee
William Jackson

John Reed
Henry W. Connor
Leonard Jarvis

Abraham Rencher
Thomas Corwin

William Cost Johnson Ferdinand S. Schenck
Richard Coulter
Richard M. Johnson

William Schley
John Cramer
Noadiah Johnson

Dudley Selden
David Crockett
Cave Johnson

Augustine H. Shepperd
Edward Darlington
Seaborn Jones

William N. Shinne
Warren R. Davis
Benjamin Jones

William Slade
Rowland Daydol Edward Kavanagh

Charles Slade
Edmund Deberry
George L. Kinnard

Jonathan Sloane
Benjamin F. Deming
Amos Lane

Francis 0. J. Smith
Harmar Denny
Gerrit Y. Lansing

David Spangler
John Dickson
John Laporte

Jesse Speight to
Philemon Dickerson
George W. Lay

James Standifer
David W. Dickinson 3 Luke Lea

John N. Steele
Joseph Duncan
Thomas Lee

Andrew Stewart
William C. Dunlap

Humphrey H. Leavitt John T. Stoddert
George Evans
Dixon H. Lewis

Joel B. Sutherland
Edward Everett
Levi Lincoln

William Taylor
Horace Everett
James Love

Francis Thomas mot
John Ewing
George Loyall

Philemon Thomas
John M. Felder
Chittenden Lyon

John Thomson
Millard Fillmore
Robert T. Lytle

Christopher Tompkins
John B. Forester
Abijah Mann, jr.

James Turner
Thomas F. Foster
Joel K. Mann

Joel Turrill
Samuel Fowler

Henry C. Martindale Samuel Tweedy ndot
Philo C. Fuller
Thomas A. Marshall

Joseph Vance not
William K. Fuller
Samuel W. Mardis

Aaron Vanderpoel
John H. Fulton
Moses Mason, jr.

Isaac B. Van Houten
Roger L. Gamble
Jonathan McCarty

Samuel F. Vinton
Rice Garland
William McComas

David D. Wagener
James II. Gholson
Rufus McIntire

Aaron Ward
Ransom H. Gillet
James J. McKay

Daniel Wardwell
George R. Gilmer

Tbomas M. T. McKennan James M. Wayne
William F. Gordon
Isaac McKim

Taylor Webster

ndo
Benjamin Gorham
John McKinley

Reuben Whallon
James Graham
Jeremiah McLene

Campbell P. White
William J. Grayson
Charles McVean

Edward D. White
George Grennell, jr.
Charles F. Mercer

Frederick Whittlesey
John K. Griffin mot
Jesse Miller

Elisha Whittlesey
Joseph Hallito
John J. Milligan

Lewis Williams
Hiland Hall,
Henry Mitchell

Edgar C. Wilson
Nicoll Halsey
Robert Mitchell

Henry A. Wise
Thomas L. Hamer

Henry A. Muhlenberg Ebenezer Young
Gideon Hard

The doors were then closed, and excuses were offered and received for the absence of Isaac C. Bates, Nathaniel H. Claiborne, Joseph H. Crane. Amos Davis, Thomas H. Hall, Edward Lucas, and John Y. Mason.

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A motion was made by Mr. Anthony that further proceedings in the call be dispensed with.

And the question being put, m

i nimaati. S Yeas, . . . . . . . It passed in the affirmative, 3.

. 106, Nays, . . . . . . . . 76. The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present,

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

Mr. Jonathan McCarty
John J. Allen
James H. Gholson

Rufus McIntire
William Allen
Ransom H. Gillet

Isaac McKim
Joseph B. Anthony
George R. Gilmer

John McKinley
Benning M. Bean
James Graham

Jeremiah McLene
Samuel Beardsley
William J. Grayson

Henry Mitchell
Andrew Beaumont
Joseph Hall

Robert Mitcbell
John Blair
Nicoll Halsey

Henry A. Muhlenberg
Abraham Bockee
Thomas L. Hamer

John Murphy
Charles Bodle
Joseph M. Harper

Gayton P. Osgood
Ratliff Boon
Samuel S. Harrison

Gorham Parks
James W. Bouldin
Samuel G. Hathaway

James Parker
John W. Brown
Micajah T. Hawkins

John M. Patton
Samuel Bunch
Edward Howell

William Patterson
Robert Burns
Henry Hubbard

Franklin Pierce
Jesse A. Bynum
Abel Huntington

Job Pierson
Harry Cage
William Jackson

Franklin E. Plummer
Churchill C. Cambreleng Richard M. Johnson

Ferdinand S. Schenck
Robert B. Campbell
Noadiah Johnson

William Schley
John Carr
Cave Johnson

Dudley Selden
Zadok Casey
Benjamin Jones

William N. Shinn
John Chaney
Edward Kavanagh

Charles Slade
Samuel Clark
George 1.. Kinnard

Francis 0. J. Smith
Clement C. Clay
Amos Lane

James Standifer
John Coffee
Gerrit Y. Lansing

William Taylor
Henry W. Connor
John Laporte

John Thomson
John Cramer
Luke Lea

Joel Turrill
Warren R. Davis
Thomas Lee

Isaac B. Van Houten
Rowland Day

Humphrey H. Leavitt David D. Wagener
Philemon Dickerson
James L.ove

Aaron Ward
David W. Dickinson George Loyall

Daniel Wardwell
William C. Dunlap
Chittenden Lyon

James M. Wayne
Jobn M. Felder
Joel K. Mann

Taylor Webster
John B. Forester
Samuel W. Mardis

Reuben Whallon
Samuel Fowler
Moses Mason, jr.

Campbell P. White
William K. Fuller

Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. Harmar Denny

Mr. George W. Lay
Heman Allen
Edward Everett

Dixon H. Lewis
Chilton Allan
Horace Everett

Levi Lincoln
William S. Archer
John Ewing

Robert T. Lytle
John Banks
Millard Fillmore

Henry C. Martindale
Noyes Barber
Thomas F. Foster

Thomas A. Marshall
Daniel L. Barringer
Philo C. Fuller

James J. McKay
William Baylies
Rice Garland

Thomas M. T. McKennar
Martin Beaty
William F. Gordon

Charles F. Mercer
James M. Bell
Benjamin Gorham

John J. Milligan
Horace Binney
George Grennell, jr.

Dutee J. Pearce
George N. Briggs
John K. Griffin

James K. Polk
John Bull
Gideon Hard

David Potts, jr.
George Burd
Benjamin Hardin

Robert Ramsay
Thomas Chilton
James Harper

John Reed
William Clark
Albert G. Hawes

Abraham Rencher
Augustine S. Clayton
Abner Hazeltine

Augustine H. Sheppend
William K. Clowney
James P. Heath

William Slade
Thomas Corwin
William Hiester

Jonathan Sloane
David Crockett
Jabez W. Huntington

David Spangler
Edmund Deberry

William Cost Johnson John N. Steele

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Mr. Andrew Stewart Mr. Samuel Tweedy Mr. Elisha Whittlesey
Joel B. Sutherland
Joseph Vance

Lewis Williams
Francis Thomas
Samuel F. Vinton

Henry A. Wise
Christopher Tompkins Frederick Whittlesey Ebenezer Young

James Turner
The doors were then opened,

And the question was put, Shall the said joint resolution, disapproving the removal of the deposites of the money of the United States from the Bank of the United States, lie on the table ?

And nodintsumotis Yeas, . . . . . . .
And passed in the affirmative, 3

114, " Nays, . . . . . . 101. The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present,

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

Mr. Joseph M. Harper Mr. Henry Mitchell
William Allen
Samuel S. Harrison

Robert Mitchell
Joseph B. Anthony

Samuel G. Hathaway Henry A. Muhlenberg
Benning M. Bean
Micajah T. Hawkins

John Murphy
Samuel Beardsley
Albert G. Hawes

Gayton P. Osgood
Andrew Beaumont
Joseph Henderson

Sherman Page
John Blair
Edward Howell

Gorham Parks
Abraham Bockee
Henry Hubbard

James Parker
Charles Bodle
Abel Huntington

John M. Patton
Ratliff Boon
William M. Inge

William Patterson
James W. Bouldin
Leonard Jarvis

Dutee J. Pearce
John W. Brown
Richard M. Johnson

Franklin Pierce
Samuel Bunch
Noadiah Johnson

Job Pierson
Robert Burns
Cave Johnson

Franklin E. Plummer
Jesse A. Bynum
Seaborn Jones

James K. Polk
Churchill c. Cambreleng Benjamin Jones

Patrick H. Pope
Richard B. Carmichael Edward Kavanagh

Ferdinand S. Schenck
John Carr
George L. Kinnard

William Schley
Zadok Casey
Amos Lane

William N. Shinn dito.
John Chaney
Gerrit Y. Lansing

Charles Slade
Joseph W. Chinn
John Laporte

Francis 0. J. Smith
Samuel Clark
Luke Leaf

Jesse Speight
Clement C. Clay
Thomas Lee

James Standifer
John Coffee

Humphrey H. Leavitt John T. Stoddert
Henry W. Connor
George Loyall

Joel B. Sutherland
John Cramer
Chittenden Lyon

William Taylor
Rowland Day
Robert T. Lytle

Francis Thomas
Philemon Dickerson
Abijah Mann, jr.

John Thomson
David W. Dickinson
Joel K. Mann

Joel Turrill
William C. Dunlap
Samuel W. Mardis

Aaron Vanderpoel
John B. Forester
Moses Mason, jr.

Isaac B. Van Houten
Samuel Fowler
Rufus McIntire

David D. Wagener
William K. Fuller
James J. McKay

Aaron Ward
Ransom H. Gillet
Isaac McKim

Daniel Wardwell
George R. Gilmer
John McKinley

James M. Wayne
Joseph Hall
Jeremiah McLene

Taylor Webster
Nicoll Halsey
Charles McVean

Reuben Whallon
Thomas L. Hamer
Jesse Miller

Campbell P. White
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. James M. Bell

Mr. Augustine S. Clayton
Heman Allen
Horace Binney

William K. Clowney
John J. Allen
George N. Briggs

Thomas Corwin
Chilton Allan
John Bull

Richard Coulter
William S. Archer
George Burd

David Crockett
William H. Ashley
Tristam Burges

Edward Darlington
John Banks
Harry Cage

Warren R. Davis
Noyes Barber
Robert B. Campbell

Edmund Deberry
Charles A. Barnitz
George Chambers

Benjamin F. Deming
Daniel L. Barringer
Thomas Chilton

Harmar Denny
William Baylies
Rufus Choate

John Dickson
Martin Beaty

William Clark 2002 Joseph Duncantation

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Mr. George Evans

Mr. Abner Hazeltine Mr. Abraham Rencher
Edward Everett
James P. Heath

Dudley Selden
Horace Everett
William Hiester

Augustine H. Shepperd John Ewing 4 .

Jabez W. Huntington William Slade
John M. Felder
William Jackson

Jonathan Sloane
Millard Fillmore

William Cost Johnson, David Spangler
George W. Lay

John N. Steele
Philo C. Fuller

Stewart
John H. Fulton
Levi Lincoln

Philemon Thomas
Roger L. Gamble
James Love

Christopher Tompkins
Rice Garland
Henry C. Martindale

James Turner
James H. Gholson . Thomas A. Marshall not Samuel Tweedy

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William F. Gordon
Jonathan McCarty

Joseph Vance
Benjamin Gorhamado William McComasoned Samuel F. Vinton
James Graham

Thomas M. T. McKennan Edward D. White
William J. Grayson
Charles F. Mercer

Frederick Whittlesey
George Grennell, jr.
John J. Milligan

Elisha Whittlesey
John K. Griffin

Samuel McDowell Moore Lewis Williams
Hiland Hall
Henry L. Pinckney

Edgar C. Wilson
Gideon Hard
David Potts, jr.

Henry A. Wise
Benjamin Hardin
Robert Ramsay

Ebenezer Young
James Harper

John Reed The joint resolution from the Senate (No. 9) directing the deposite of the money of the United States to be made with the Bank of the United States and its branches, was read the first time.

A motion was made by Mr. Polk that the said resolution do lie on the table. And the question being put,

S Yeas, . . . . . . . . 118, It passed in the airmative, , Nays...

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

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

Mr. Chittenden Lyon
William Allen
William K. Fuller

Robert T. Lytle
Joseph B. Anthony
James H. Gholson

Abijah Mann, jr.
Benning M. Bean
Ransom H. Gillet

Joel K. Mann
Samuel Beardsley
George R. Gilmer

Samuel W. Mardis
Andrew Beaumont
Joseph Hall

Moses Mason, jr.
John Blair
Nicoll Halsey

Rufus McIntire
Abraham Bockee
Thomas L. Hamer

James J. McKay
Charles Bodle
Joseph M. Harper

Isaac McKim
Ratliff Boon
Samuel S. Harrison

John McKinley
James W. Bouldinol
Samuel G. Hathaway

Jeremiah McLene
John W. Brown
Micajah T. Hawkins

Charles McVean
Samuel Bunch
Albert G. Hawes

Jesse Miller
Robert Burns bv
Joseph Henderson

Henry Mitchell
Jesse A. Bynum
Edward Howell

Robert Mitchell
Churchill c. Cambreleng Henry Hubbard

Henry A. Muhlenberg
Richard B. Carmichael Abel Huntington

John Murphy
John Carr
William M. Inge

Gayton P. Osgood
Zadok Casey
Leonard Jarvis

Sherman Page
John Chaney
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Richard M. Johnson

Gorham Parks
Joseph W. Chinn
Noadiah Johnson

James Parker
Samuel Clark
Cave Johnson

John M. Patton
Clement C. Clay
Seaborn Jones

William Patterson
John Coffee
Benjamin Jones

Dutee J. Pearce
Henry W. Connor
Edward Kavanagh

Balie Peyton
Richard Coulter
George L. Kinnard

Franklin Pierce
John Cramer
Amos Lane

Job Pierson
Rowland Day
Gerrit Y. Lansing

Franklin E. Plummer
Philemon Dickerson
John Laporte

James K. Polk
David W. Dickinson
Luke Lea

Patrick H. Pope
William C. Dunlap
Thomas Lee

Ferdinand S. Schenck
John M. Felder do Humphrey H. Leavitt William Schley
John B. Forester
George Loyall

William N. Shind

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