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And, after debate,

A call of the House was ordered, on the motion of Mr. Seaborn Jones; and, after some progress in calling over the roll, the further proceedings of the call were dispensed with.

And the question was put, that the House do agree to the amendment moved by Mr. Mercer, And was decided in the negative, 3

S Yeas, . . . . . . 89,

. . . . 97. 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. John Galbraith

Mr. Sherman Page
William Allen
Rice Garland

James Parker
Joseph B. Anthony

William Patterson
William H. Ashley
Hiland Hall

Dutee J. Pearce
William Baylies

Job Pierson
Martin Beaty

Gideon Hard
James M. Bell
James Harper

David Potts, jr.
Horace Binney
Samuel S. Harrison

John Reed
Charles Bodle
Abner Hazeltine

Charles Slade
Ratliff Boon
James P. Heath

Jonathan Sloane
George N. Briggs
Edward Howell

David Spangler
John W. Brown
Jabez W. Huntington

John N. Steele
John Bull
William Jackson

Andrew Stewart
Tristam Burges
William Cost Johnson

Joel B. Sutherland
John Carr
Richard M. Johnson

John Thomson
Zadok Casey
George L. Kinnard

Christopher Tompkins
George Chambers
Amos Lane

James Turner
Rufus Choate
Gerrit Y. Lansing

Joel Turrill
Samuel Clark
George W. Lay

Samuel Tweedy
William Clark
Levi Lincoln

Samuel F. Vinton
Thomas Corwin
James Love

Aaron Ward
Harmar Denny
Robert T. Lytle

Daniel Wardwell
John Dickson

Henry C. Martindale John G. Watmough
Joseph Duncan
Thomas A. Marshall

Taylor Webster
William W. Ellsworth Jonathan McCarty

Reuben Whallon
George Evans
Isaac Mckim

Frederick Whittlesey
Edward Everett
Charles F. Mercer

Elisha Whittlesey
Horace Everett
John J. Milligan

Edgar C. Wilson
Jolin Ewing

Samuel McDowell Moore Ebenezer Young
Millard Fillmore

Gayton P. Osgood
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John J. Allen

Mr. Henry W. Connor Mr. Benjamin Hardin
William S. Archer
Richard Coulter

Joseph M. Harper
Charles A. Barnitz
John Cramer

Samuel G. Hathaway
Daniel L. Barringer
Warren R. Davis

Micajah T. Hawkins
James M. H. Beale
Thomas Davenport

Albert G. Hawes
Samuel Beardsley
Rowland Day

Joseph Henderson
Andrew Beaumont
David W. Dickinson

Henry Hubbard
Abraham Bockee
John M. Felder

William M Inge
James W. Bouldin
Thomas F. Foster

Leonard Jarvis
Samuel Bunch
Samuel Fowler

Noadiah Johnson
Robert Burns
William K. Fuller

Seaborn Jones
Jesse A. Bynum

John H. Fulton

11 Edward Kavanagh :
Harry Cage
Roger L. Gamble

John Laporte
Churchill c. Cambreleng James H. Gholson

Luke Lea
Robert B. Campbell
Ransom H. Gillet

Thomas Lee
Richard B. Carmichael George R. Gilmer

Dixon H. Lewis
Thomas Chilton
William F. Gordon

George Loyall
Joseph W. Chinn
James Graham

Abijah Mann, jr.
Clement C. Clay To
William J. Grayson

Joel K. Mann
Augustine S. Clayton John K. Griffin

Moses Mason, jr.
William K. Clowney
Joseph Hallando

William McComas
John Coffee
Nicoll Halsey

James J. McKay .

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Mr. John McKinley
Mr. James K. Polk

Mr. William Taylor
Jeremiah McLene
Robert Ramsay

William P. Taylor
Charles McVean
Abraham Rencher

Francis Thomas
Jesse Miller
William Schley

Aaron Vanderpoel
Henry Mitchell
Dudley Selden

Isaac B. Van Houten
Robert Mitchell
William N. Shinn

David D. Wagener
John Murphy
Francis O. J. Smith

Campbell P. White
John M. Patton
Jesse Speight

Richard H. Wilde
Balie Peyton
James Standifer

Lewis Williams
Franklin Pierce
- John T. Stoddert

Henry A. Wise Henry L. Pinckney

A motion was then made by Mr. Marshall that the said bill do lie on the table, And passed in the affirmative, Yeas, · · · · · · · 104, ve, Nays, . .

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

Those who voted in the affirmative, are,
Mr. John J. Allen

Mr. Thomas F. Foster Mr. James J. McKay
William S. Archer
John H. Fulton

Isaac McKim
Noyes Barber
Rice Garland

John McKinley
James M. H. Beale
James H. Gholson

Jeremiah McLene
Martin Beaty
George R. Gilmer

Charles F. Mercer
James M. Bell
William F. Gordon

John J. Milligan
John Blair
James Graham

Samuel McDowell Moore
Ratliff Boon
William J. Grayson

Gorbam Parks
James W. Bouldin
John K. Griffin

John M. Patton
George N. Briggs
Joseph Hall

Dutee J. Pearce
John Bull
Hiland Hall

Balie Peyton
Samuel Bunch
Edward A. Hannegan

Franklin Pierce
Jesse A. Bynum
Benjamin Hardin

Henry L. Pinckney
Robert B. Campbell
Joseph M. Harper

James K. Polk
Richard B. Carmichael Micajah 1. Hawkins

Abraham Rencher
John Carr
Albert G. Hawes

William Schley
George Chambers
James P. Heath

William B. Shepard
Thomas Chilton
Henry Hubbard

Charles Slade
Joseph W. Chinn
William M. Inge

David Spangler
William Clark
William Jackson

James Standifer
Clement C. Clay
Leonard Jarvis

John N. Steele
William K. Clowney
Seaborn Jones

John T. Stoddert
John Coffee
George L. Kinnard

William P. Taylor
Henry W. Connor
Amos Lane

Christopher Tompkins
Thomas Corwin
Luke Lea

James Turner
Warren R. Davis
Dixon H. Lewis

Samuel Tweedy
Thomas Davenport
Levi Lincoln

Samuel F. Vinton
Benjamin F. Deming
James Love

Campbell P. White
David W. Dickinson
George Loyall

Edward D. White
William C. Dunlap
Robert T. Lytle

Richard H. Wilde
William W. Ellsworth Henry C. Martindale

Lewis Williams
George Evans
Thomas A. Marshall

E.dgar C. Wilson
Horace Everett
Moses Mason, jr.

Henry A. Wise
John M. Felder
Jonathan McCarty

Ebenezer Young
John B. Forester

William McComas
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. Abraham Bockee Mr. Harmar Denny
Heman Allen
Charles Bodle

John Dickson
William Allen
John W. Brown

Philemon Dickerson
William H. Ashley
George Burd

Joseph Duncan
John Banks

Churchill C. Cambreleng John Ewing
Charles A. Barnitz
Zadok Casey

Millard Fillmore
Daniel L. Barringer
John Chaney

William K. Fuller
William Baylies
Samuel Clark

John Galbraith
Benning M. Bean
Richard Coulter

Ransom H. Gillet
Samuel Beardsley
John Cramer

Benjamin Gorham
Andrew Beaumont
Edward Darlington

Nicoll Halsey
Horace Binney
Rowland Day

Gideon Hard

Mr. James Harper
Mr. Charles McVean

Mr. Francis 0. J. Smith
Samuel S. Harrison
Jesse Miller

Jesse Speight
Samuel G. Hathaway Henry Mitchell

Joel B. Sutherland
Abner Hazeltine
Robert Mitchell

William Taylor
Joseph Henderson
John Murphy

Francis Thomas
William Hiester
Sherman Page

Philemon Thomas
Edward Howell
James Parker

John Thomson
William Cost Johnson
William Patterson

Joel Turrill
Noadiah Johnson
Job Pierson

Isaac B. Van Houten
Edward Kavanagh
Patrick H. Pope

Aaron Ward
Gerrit Y. Lansing
David Potts, jr.

Daniel Wardwell
John Laporte
John Reed

John G. Watmough
George W. Lay
Dudley Selden

Reuben Whallon
Humphrey H. Leavitt William N. Shinn

Frederick Whittlesey
Abijah Mann, jr.
Jonathan Sloane

Elisha Whittlesey
Rufus McIntire

The consideration of the bill (No. 181 ) making appropriations for certain fortifications, for the year 1834, was moved; when

A motion was made by Mr. Beardsley that the said bill do lie on the table.

And the question being put,
It was decided in the negative, 3 No

s Yeas,

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

Those who voted in the affirmative, are,
Mr. John J. Allen

Mr. Millard Fillmore Mr. Rufus McIntire
William Allen 1 John B. Foresteri

James J. McKay
Joseph B. Anthony
Thomas F. Foster

Isaac McKim
James M. H. Beale
John Galbraith

Jeremiah McLene
Samuel Beardsley
Rice Garland o

Charles McVean
Martin Beaty
Ransom H. Gillet

Charles F. Mercer
James M. Bells
William F. Gordon

William Patterson
John Blair
William J. Grayson

Balie Peyton
Ratliff Boon
John K. Griffin

Henry L. Pinckney
James W. Bouldin

Edward A. Hannegan Patrick H. Pope
Samuel Bunch
Benjamin Hardin

William Schley IT
John Carr
Micajah T. Hawkins

Charles Slade
Zadok Casey
Albert G. Hawes

Jonathan Sloane
Thomas Chilton
William M. Inge

David Spangler
Samuel Clark
Leonard Jarvis

James Standifer
William K. Clowney
George L. Kinnard

Andrew Stewart
John Coffee
Amos Lane

Joel Turrill
Henry W. Connor
John Laporte 09 Samu

Samuel F. Vinton
Thomas Corwin
Luke Lea

Edward D. White
Warren R. Davis

Humphrey H. Leavitt
David W. Dickinson
James Love

Elisha Whittlesey 13
Joseph Duncan
Robert T. Lytle

Lewis Williams
William C. Dunlap
Abijah Mann, jr.

Edgar C. Wilson
George Evans

Henry C. Marti
Henry C. Martindale

Henry A. Wise
John Ewing
Jonathan McCarty

Ebenezer Young BSI
John M. Felder

William McComas
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. John W. Brown ) o Mr. John Cramer
Heman Allen
John Bull in

Edward Darlington
William S. Archer

George Burd h a Thomas Davenport
William H. Ashley
Robert Burns

Rowland Day
Noyes Barber
Harry Cage Bio

Benjamin F. Deming
Charles A. Barnitz 5 Churchill c. Cambreleng Harmar Denny
William Baylies

Richard B. Carmichael Philemon Dickerson
Benning M. Bean
George Chambers

Edward Everett
Horace Binney
Joseph W. Chinn

Horace Everett
Abraham Bockee
Rufus Choate

William K. Fuller
Charles Bodle
William Clark

James H. Gholson
George N. Briggs
Clement C. Clay

Benjamin Gorham

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Mr. James Graham
Mr. Thomas Lee

Mr. Dudley Selden
Joseph Hall
Levi Lincoln

William B. Shepard
Hiland Halle
George Loyall

William N. Shinn
Nicoll Halsey
Chittenden Lyon

Francis 0. J. Smith
Gideon Hard 2
Joel K. Mann

John N. Steele
Joseph M. Harper
Thomas A. Marshall

John T. Stoddert
James Harper
Moses Mason, jr.

Joel B. Sutherland
Samuel S. Harrison
Jesse Miller

William Taylor
Samuel G. Hathaway
Henry Mitchell

William P. Taylor
Abner Hazeltine 33
Robert Mitchell

Francis Thomas
James P. Heath
Sherman Page

Philemon Thomas
Joseph Henderson
Gorham Parks

John Thomson
William Hiester
James Parker

James Turner
Edward Howell
John M. Patton

Samuel Tweedy
Henry Hubbard
Dutee J. Pearce

Isaac B. Van Houten
Jabez W. Huntington
Franklin Pierce

David D. Wagener
William Jackson
Job Pierson

Aaron Ward
William Cost Johnson
James K. Polk

Daniel Wardwell
Noadiah Johnson
David Potts, jr.

John G. Watmough
Edward Kavanagh
Robert Ramsay

Reuben Whallon
Gerrit Y. Lansing
John Reed -

Campbell P. White
George W. Lay -
Abraham Rencher

Richard H. Wilde Mr. Polk then moved to amend the said bill by reducing the appropriation "for the preservation of Castle island and repair of Fort Independence," from thirty-four thousand seven hundred and fifty-eight dollars and eighty cents, to seventeen thousand five hundred and ninety-four dollars; which amendment was agreed to.

A motion was then made by Mr. Polk further to amend said bill by striking out the following item, viz.

“For a fort on George's island, one hundred thousand dollars." And, pending the question on this motion,

A motion was made by Mr. Peyton to strike out the enacting words of the bill.

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

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FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1834.

A message was received from the President of the United States, by Mr. Donelson, his private Secretary, notifying that the President did, on the 18th instant, approve and sign

An act making additional appropriations for the armory at Harper's Ferry, for the year 1834.

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.

An act for the relief of the heirs of Alexander Boyd, deceased.

An act supplementary to the act entitled “ An act to carry into effect the convention between the United States and his Majesty the King of the Two Sicilies, concluded at Naples on the 14th day of October, 1832."

An act for the relief of Francis Barnes..

Resolution providing for the distribution of the Diplomatic Cortespondence of the United States, from the peace of 1783 to the 4th of March, 1789.

An act for the relief of Lucy Loomis.
An act for the relief of Aaron Bellamy.

An act for the relief of the widow and children of George Ludlum, deceased.

An act to extend the time allowed for the discharge of the duties of the commission for carrying into effect the convention with France.

An act for the relief of the heirs or legal representatives of Dr. John Berrien, deceased.

Resolution for distributing return of the last census.

An act further to extend the term of certain pensions chargeable on the Privateer Pension Fund.

An act for the relief of John Percival, master commandant in the United States navy.

An act to grant to the State of Ohio certain lands for the support of schools in the Connecticut Western Reserve.

An act for the relief of Martha Bailey and others.

An act for the relief of Asa Hartfield, his assignee or legal representative.

An act making appropriations for the Indian Department for the year 1834.

An act to equalize representation in the Territory of Florida, and for other purposes.

An act for the relief of George K. Jackson.

An act for the relief of the heirs and legal representatives of Frances Barham, deceased, and her husband, Fielding Barham.

An act for the relief of the legal representatives of Joseph Rowe, deceased.

An act granting the right of pre-emption to John Yantis.

The Speaker laid before the House a letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report from the Engineer Office in relation to the “latitudes and longitudes of the several places in the vicinity of the northern boundary of the States of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois,” called for by a resolution of the 11th instant.

Mr. Polk moved the following resolution, viz.

Resolved, That the Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union be discharged from the further consideration of the bill (No.443) regulating the deposite of the money of the United States in certain local banks, and that said bill be made the special order of the day for this day at 12 o'clock.

The said resolution being read, the Chair decided that, as it went to ehange the order of business, according to the rules of the House it would require a vote of two-thirds to adopt it.

Mr. Polk then moved that the rules prescribing the order of business be suspended, and that the House do proceed to the consideration of the said resolution.

And the question being put,
It passed in the affirmative, two-thirds voting therefor, 3 Nars. 53

5 Yeas, 114,
The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present,
Those who voted in the affirmative, are,
John Adams

Mr. Benning M. Bean. Mr. Charles Bodle
John J. Allen
Samuel Beardsley

Ratliff Boon
William Allen
Andrew Beaumont

James W. Bouldin
James M. H. Beale
Abraham Bockee

Samuel Bunch

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