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Mr. Charles Slade
Mr. Francis Thomas

Mr. Aaron Ward
Francis 0. J. Smith
John Thompson

Daniel Wardwell
Jesse Speight
Joel Turrill

James M. Wayne
James Standifer
Aaron Vanderpoel

Taylor Webster
John T. Stoddert
Isaac B. Van Houten

Reuben Whallon
Joel B. Sutherland
David D. Wagener

Campbell P. White
William Taylor

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

Mr. Henry C. Martindale
Heman Allen
Joseph Duncan

Thomas A. Marshall
John J. Allen
George Evans

Jonathan McCarty
Chilton Allan
Edward Everett

William McComas
William S. Archer
Horace Everett

Thomas M. T. McKennan
William H. Ashley
John Ewing

Charles F. Mercer
John Banks
Millard Fillmore

John J. Milligan
Noyes Barber
Thomas F. Foster

Samuel McDowell Moore
Charles A. Barnitz
Philo C. Fuller

Henry L. Pinckney
Daniel L. Barringer
John H. Fulton

David Potts, jr.
William Baylies
Roger L. Gamble

Robert Ramsay
Martin Beaty
Rice Garland

John Reed
James M. Bell
William F. Gordon

Abraham Rencher
Horace Binney
Benjamin Gorham

Dudley Selden
George N. Briggs
James Graham

Augustine H. Shepperd
John Bull
William J. Grayson

William Slade
George Burd

George Grennell, jr. Jonathan Sloane
Tristam Burges
John K. Griffin

David Spangler
Harry Cage
Hiland Hall

John N. Steele
Robert B. Campbell
Gideon Hard

Andrew Stewart
George Chambers
Benjamin Hardin

Philemon Thomas
Thomas Chilton
James Harper

Christopher Tompkins
Rufus Choate
Abner Hazeltine

James Turner
William Clark
James P. Heath

Samuel Tweedy
Augustine S. Clayton William Hiester

Joseph Vance
William K. Clowney
Jabez W. Huntington

Samuel F. Vinton
Thomas Corwin
William Jackson

Edward D. White
Joseph H. Crane

William Cost Johnson Frederick Whittlesey
David Crockett
Henry King

Elisha Whittlesey
Edward Darlington
George W. Lay

Lewis Williams
Warren R. Davis
Dixon H. Lewis

Henry A. Wise
Edmund Deberry - Levi Lincoln

Ebenezer Young Harmar Denny

James Love The House resumed the consideration of 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;" when

A motion was made by Mr. Vinton that the enacting words of the said bill be stricken out.

And, after debate,

The previous question was moved by Mr. Speight, and being demanded by a majority of the members present,

The said previous question 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,

• 124,

Nays, . . . . . . . 53. The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present,

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

Mr. William H. Ashley Mr. Martin Beaty
John J. Allen
John Banks

John Blair

Y TL William Allen

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Mr. Ratliff Boon
Mr. Joseph Hall

Mr. Jesse Miller
James W. Bouldin
Nicoll Halsey

Henry Mitchell
John W. Brown
Gideon Hard

Robert Mitchell
John Bull
Joseph M. Harper

John Murphy
Samuel Bunch
Samuel S. Harrison

Sherman Page
George Burd 's
Samuel G. Hathaway

James Parker
Harry Cage
Micajah T. Hawkins

William Patterson
Churchill C. Cambreleng Albert G. Hawes

Balie Peyton
Robert B. Campbell
James P. Heath

Job Pierson
John Carr

William Hiester A Q Henry L. Pinckney
Zadok Casey
Edward Howell

Franklin E. Plummer John Chaney

Henry Hubbard 31 James K. Polk Rufus Choate

bel Huntington

Ferdinand S. Schenck
Samuel Clark
William M. Inge

William Schley
Clement C. Clay
Richard M. Johnson

William N. Shinn
Augustine S. Clayton Noadiah Johnson

Charles Slade
William K. Clowney
Seaborn Jones

David Spangler
John Coffee
Benjamin Jones

Jesse Speight
John Cramer
Henry King

James Standifer
Edward Darlington
George L. Kinnard

Andrew Stewart
Warren R. Davis
Amos Lane

John T. Stoddert
Rowland Day
Gerrit Y. Lansing

Joel B. Sutherland
Harmar Denny
John Laporte

William Taylor
Philemon Dickerson
Luke Leal

Francis Thomas
David W. Dickinson
Thomas Lee

Philemon Thomas
Joseph Duncan

Humphrey H. Leavitt John Thomson
William C.Dunlap
Dixon H. Lewis

Christopher Tompkins
Edward Everett
James Love

Joel Turrill
John Ewing
George Loyall

Samuel Tweedy
John B. Forester
Chittenden Lyon

Aaron Vanderpoel
William K. Fuller
Robert T. Lytle

Isaac B. Van Houten
Roger L. Gamble
Samuel W. Mardis

David D. Wagener
Rice Garland
Jonathan McCarty

Aaron Ward
James H. Gholson

Thomas M. T. McKennan John G. Watmough
Ransom H. Gillet
Isaac McKim

Campbell P. White
George R. Gilmer
John McKinley

Edward D. White
William F. Gordon
Charles McVean

Henry A. Wise
William J. Grayson

Those who voted in the negative, are, Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. James Graham

Mr. John M. Pattan
Chilton Allan

George Grennell, jr. Dutee J. Pearce
William S. Archer
John K. Griffin

Franklin Pierce
Noyes Barber
James Harper

Robert Ramsay
Daniel L. Barringer
Abner Hazeltine

John Reed
William Baylies
William Jackson

Abraham Rencher
Andrew Beaumont
Leonard Jarvis

Augustine H. Shepperd
James M. Bell
Edward Kavanagh

William Slade
George N. Briggs
Levi Lincoln

Jonathan Sloane
William Clark

Henry C. Martindale Francis O. J. Smith
Henry W. Connor
Moses Mason, jr.

John N. Steele
Thomas Corwin
Rufus McIntire du

William P. Taylor
John Dickson
James J. McKay

Joseph Vance
George Evans
Jeremiah McLene

Samuel F. Vinton
Horace Everett
Charles F. Mercer

Frederick Whittlesey
Millard Fillmore
John J. Milligan

Elisha Whittlesey Philo C. Fuller

Samuel McDowell Moore Lewis Williams
Benjamin Gorham

Gayton P. Osgood
And so the said bill was passed; and it was
Ordered, That the Clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

The House proceeded to the consideration of the bill (No. 182) making appropriations for Indian annuities, and other similar objects, for the year 1834.

The amendments of the Committee of the Whole House to the said bill were then read; three of which were disagreed to by the House, viz. those in the 18th, 59th, and 66th lines of the printed bill.

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The residue of the amendments of the Committee of the Whole House were concurred in, with an amendment to that proposing to add a third section to the bill.

The amendments of the Committee of the Whole being through, Mr. Hawes moved further to amend the same by adding thereto the following additional section, viz.

Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That all annuities payable to Indian tribes, for which appropriations are made in this act, shall be made to the chiefs of such tribes, respectively, or to such persons as the said tribes shall appoint.

And on the question that the House do agree to this amendment,
It was decided in the negative.

Ordered, That the said bill be engrossed, and read a third time tomorrow.

And then the House adjourned until to-morrow, 11 o'clock in the forenoon.

SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1834. Mr. Elisha Whittlesey, from the Committee of Claims, to which was referred the bill from the Senate (No. 89) for the relief of Wolcott Chauncey, reported the same without amendment, accompanied by a report in writing.

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

Mr. Archer, from the Committee on Foreign Affairs, reported a bill (No. 526) to carry into effect the convention between the United States and Spain; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union.

Mr. Archer, from the Committee on Foreign Affairs, reported a bill (No. 527) for the relief of David Leslie ; which bill was read the first and second time, and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.

On motion of Mr. Lucius. Lyon, Resolved, That the Clerk of this House cause to be prepared and printed, as early as practicable, a correct map of the northern boundary line of the State of Ohio, as“ surveyed, marked, and designated,” under the act of Congress of the 20th of May, 1812, together with so much of the northern part of that State and the State of Indiana, and, also, so much of the southern portion of the Territory of Michigan as may be necessary to fully understand the question of boundary now existing between Ohio and Michigan.

On motion of Mr. Connor, Ordered, That the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the bill (No. 265) for the relief of the heirs of Leonard Holley, be discharged from the consideration thereof, and that the said bill be engrossed, and read a third time to-day.

Engrossed bills, of the following titles, viz.

No. 182. An act making appropriations for Indian annuities, and other similar objects, for the year 1834;

No. 265. Au act for the relief of the heirs of. Leonard Holley; were severally read the third time, and passed..

(No. 526 ) to carry bill was read the house on the stat

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

The House resolved itself into the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union; and, after some time spent therein, the Speaker resumed the chair, and Mr. Gholson reported sundry bills, to wit :

No. 181. A bill making appropriations for certain fortifications of the United States, for the year 1834, without amendment.

No. 486. A bill for the reappropriation of an unexpended balance of a former appropriation for the payment of the Georgia militia claims for the years 1792, 1793, and 1794, without amendment.

No. 518. A bill making additional appropriations for the armory at Harper's Ferry, for the year 1834, without amendment.

No. 240. A bill making appropriations for building light-houses, lightboats, beacons, and monuments, for the year 1834, with amendments.

No. 238. A bill making appropriations for the Military Academy for the year 1834, with amendments.

No. 313, A bill .concerning the gold and silver coins of the United States, and for other purposes, without amendment.

No. 312. A bill regulating the value of certain foreign gold coins within the United States, without amendment.

It was then

Ordered, That the bill (No. 486 ) for the reappropriation of an unexpended balance of a former appropriation for the payment of the Georgia militia claims for the years 1792, 1793, and 1794, and the bill (No. 518) making additional appropriations for the armory at Harper's Ferry, for the year 1834, be engrossed, and severally read a third time to-day.

A message from the Senate, by Mr. Lowrie, their Secretary :

Mr. Speaker : The Senate have passed bills of this House of the following titles, viz.

No. 51. An act for the relief of the widow and children of George Ludlum, deceased.

No. 55. An act for the relief of Lucy Loomis.

No. 105. An act for the relief of the heirs and legal representatives of Doctor John Berrien.

The Senate have also passed bills of the following titles, viz.

No. 76. An act to create two additional land districts in the State of Illinois, and two land districts north of said State, in the territory now attached to Michigan, which lies between Lake Michigan and the Mississippi river;

No. 102. An act for the relief of General James Taylor, late quartermaster general and district paymaster in the army of the United States;

No. 103. An act to remunerate Stephen C. Phillips for the support and transportation of shipwrecked American seamen;

No. 104. An act for the relief of Aaron Fitzgerald;
No. 105. An act for the relief of James Fife, a Creek Indian ;.

No. 107. An act for the relief of William A. Duer, John Duer, and Beverly Robinson, trustees of the estate of Sarah Alexander, deceased;

No. 108. An act for the relief of the legal representatives of James P. Hainesworth, deceased;

No. 117. An act confirming certain land claims in the district of St. Stephen's, in Alabama;

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No. 125. An act for the repair of Mars hill military road, in the State of Maine ;

No. 146. An act for the relief of Andrew Armstrong; in which last mentioned bills I am directed to ask the concurrence of this House. And then he withdrew.

Engrossed bills, of the following titles, viz.

No. 486. An act for the reappropriation of an unexpended balance of a former appropriation for the payment of the Georgia militia claims for the years 1792, 1793, and 1794;.

No. 518. An act making additional appropriations for the armory at Harper's Ferry, for the year 1834; were severally read the third time, and passed,

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

And then the House adjourned until Monday next, 11 o'clock in the forenoon,

MONDAY, JUNE 16, 1834..

On motion of Mr. John Quincy Adams, Ordered, That the case of Charles Yancey be recommitted to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.

A motion was made by Mr. Polk that the rules of the House prescribing the order of business be suspended, so as to enable the House, at half past one o'clock to-day, to proceed to the consideration of such bills as have been reported from Committees of the Whole House; and that the House do, at that hour, proceed to the consideration of said bills.

And the question being put to agree to this motion, e
It passed in the affirmative.

On motion of Mr. Polk,
A call of the House was ordered; and the roll being called over twice,
161 members answered to their names, viz.
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. John Carr

Mr. William C. Dunlap
John Adams
in Zadok Casey

William W. Ellsworth
Heman Allen
George Chambers

George Evans
Chilton Allan
John Chaney

Edward Everett
William Allen
Thomas Chilton

Horace Everett
William H. Ashley
Rufus Clioate

Millard Fillmore
John Banks
William Clark

Thomas F. Foster
Charles A. Barnitz
Clement C. Clay

William K. Fuller
William Baylies
William K. Clowney

John H. Fulton
Benning M, Bean
Henry W. Connor

Roger L. Gamble
Samuel Beardsley,
Thomas Corwin

Rice Garland
Martin Beaty
Richard Coulter

Benjamin Gorham
James M. Bell
John Cramer

James Graham
Horace Binney
David Crockett

George Grennell, jr.
Charles Bodle
Edward Darlington

Hiland Hall
Ratliff Boon
Warren R. Davis

Nicoll Halsey
James W. Bouldin
Thomas Davenport

Edward A. Hannegan
George N. Briggs
Rowland Day

Gideon Hard
John W. Brotvn
** Edmund Deberry

Benjamin Hardin
John Bull
Benjamin F. Deming

Joseph M. Harper
Samuel Bunch
Harmar Denny

James Harper
George Burd
John Dickson

Samuel S. liarrison
Tristam Burges.
'Philemon Dickerson

Samuel G. Hathaway
Robert Burns
David W. Dickinson

Micajah T. Hawkins
Churchill C. Cambreleng Joseph Duncan

Albert G. Hawes

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