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A division of the question on the motion was moved by Mr. Elisha Whittlesey.

A motion was then made by Mr. John Quincy Adams to amend the said motion by striking out two o'clock and inserting five o'clock; which motion was disagreed to by the House.

And the question was then put on the first member of the motion made by Mr. Polk, viz. “That the rule setting apart this day for the reception and disposition of petitions and memorials, be suspended from and after two o'clock P. M.”

And passed in the affirmative, (two-thirds of the members present voting therefor,) Yeas, 127; Nays, 61.

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

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

Mr. Samuel McDowell Moore
William Allen
William J. Grayson

Henry A. Muhlenberg
William Baylies
John K. Griffin

John Murphy
Samuel Beardsley
Joseph Hall

Gayton P. Osgood
Andrew Beaumont
Nicoll Halsey

Sherman Page
John Blair

Edward A. Hannegan Gorham Parks
Abraham Bockee
Joseph M. Harper

James Parker
Ratliff Boon
Samuel S. Harri-on

John M. Patton
James W. Bouldin
Samuel G. Hathaway

William Patterson
John W. Brown
Micajah T. Hawkins

Dutee J. Pearce
Samuel Bunch
Albert G. Hawes

Franklin Pierce
Robert Burns
William Hiester

Job Pierson
Jesse A. Bynum
Edward Howell

Henry L. Pinckney
Harry Cage
Henry Hubbard

James K. Polk
Churchill C. Cambreleng Abel Huntington

Ferdinand S. Schenck
Richard B. Carmichael Leonard Jarvis

William Schley
John Carr
Noadiah Johnson

Dudley Selden
Zadok Casey
Cave Johnson

Augustine H. Shepperd
John Chaney
Seaborn Jones

William N. Shinn'
Joseph W. Chion
Benjamin Jones

Charles Slade
Samuel Clark
Edward Kavanagh

Francis O. J. Smith
Clement C. Clay
George L. Kinnard

Jesse Speight
William K. Clowney
Amos Lane

James Standifer
John Coffee
Gerrit Y. Lansing

John T. Stoddert
Henry W. Connor
John Laporte

Joel B. Sutherland
John Cramer
Luke Lea

William Taylor
Thomas Davenport
Thomas Lee

William P. Taylor
Rowland Day

Humphrey H. Leavitt Francis Thomas
Philemon Dickerson
Chiltenden Lyon

John Thomson
David W. Dickinson
Robert T. Lytle

Joel Turrill
Joseph Luncan
Abijah Mann, jr.

Aaron Vanderpoel
William C. Dunlap
Joel K. Mann

Isaac B. Van Houten
John M. Felder
John Y. Mason

David D. Wagener
Millard Fillmore
Moses Mason, jr.

Aaron Ward
Samuel Fowler
Jonathan McCarty

Daniel Wardwell
William K. Fuller
Rufus McIntire

Taylor Webster
John II. Fulton
James J. McKay

Reuben Whallon
John Galbraith
John Mckinley

Campbell P. White
Roger L. Gamble
Jeremiah McLene

Frederick Whittlesey
James H. Gholson
Charles McVean

Elisha Whittlesey
Ransom H. Gillet
Jesse Miller

Richard H. Wilde
George R. Gilmer
Robert Mitchell

Henry A. Wise
William F. Gordon

Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. Daniel L. Barringer Mr. Tristam Burges
Heman allen
Martin Beaty

George Chambers
William H. Ashley
Horace Binney

Thomas Chilton
Noyes Barber
George N. Briggs

William Clark
Charles A. Barnitz
John Bull

Augustine S. Clayton

Mr. Richard Coulter
Mr. Hiland Hall

Mr. Robert Rainsay
David Crockett
Benjamin Hardin

John Reed
Edward Darlington
James Harper

William B. Shepard
Warren R. Davis
Abner Hazeltine

Jonathan Sloane
Edmund Deberry
James P. Heath

David Spangler
Harmar Denny

Jabez W. Huntington John N. Steele
John Dickson
William Jackson

Philemon Thomas
William W. Ellsworth William Cost Johnson Christopher Tompkins
George Evans ?.
George W. Lay

James Turner
Edward Everett
Levi Lincoln

Samuel Tweedy
Horace Everett :
James Love

Joseph Vance
John Ewing
Thomas A. Marshall

Samuel F. Vinton
Philo C. Fuller
William McComas

John G. Watmough
Rice Garland
Charles F. Mercer

Lewis Williams
Benjamin Gorham
John J. Milligan

Ebenezer Young
George Grennell, jr,

And on the question that the House do agree to the second member of the said motion, viz. “And that the House do at that hour (2 o'clock P.M.) proceed to the consideration of the bill (No. 443) to regulate the deposite of the public money in the local banks,” There appeared, Jeas, . . . . . . . . . . . . 123,

Parcs Nays, . . . . . . . . . . . 63. 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. Jeremiah McLene
John J. Allen
Rice Garland

Jesse Miller
William Allen
James H. Gholson

Robert Mitchell
William S. Archer
Ransom H. Gillet

Samuel McDowell Moore
Benning M. Bean
George R. Gilmer

Henry A. Muhlenberg
Samuel Beardsley
William F. Gordon

John Murphy
Andrew Beaumont
James Graham

Gayton P. Osgood
John Blair
William J. Grayson

Sherman Page
Charles Bodle
John K. Griffin

Gorbam Parks
Ratliff Boon
Joseph Hall

James Parker
James W. Bouldin
Nicoll Halsey

John M. Patton
Jobn W. Brown
Edward A. Hannegan

William Patterson
John Bull
Joseph M. Harper

Dutee J. Pearce
Samuel Bunch
Samuel S. liarrison

Franklin Pierce
George Burd
Samuel G. Hathaway

Job Pierson
Robert Burns
Micajah T. Hawkins

Henry L. Pinckney
Jesse A. Bynum
Albert G. Hawes

James K. Polk
Harry Cage
Edward Howell

Abraham Rencher Churchill C. Cambreleng Henry Hubbard

Ferdinand S. Schenck
John Carr
Abel Huntington

William Schley
Zadok Casey
Noadiah Johnson

William N. Shinn
John Chaney
Cave Johnson

Francis 0. J. Smith
Joseph W. Chinn
Seaborn Jones

Jesse Speight
Clement C. Clay
Benjamin Jones

James Standifer
Augustine S. Clayton Edward Kavanagh

Jobn T. Stoddert William K. Clowney George L. Kinnard

Joel B. Sutherland
John Coffee
Amos Lane

William Taylor
Henry W. Connor
Gerrit Y. Lansing

William P. Taylor
John Cramer
John Laporte

Francis Thomas
Warren R. Davis
Luke Lea

John Thomson
Thomas Davenport
Thomas Lee

Christopher Tompkins Rowland Day

Humphrey H. Leavitt Joel Turrill
Philemon Dickerson
Dixon H. Lewis

Aaron Vanderpoel David W. Dickinson Chittenden Lyon

Isaac B. Van Houten Joseph Duncan Robert T. Lytle

David D. Wagener
William C. Dunlap
Abijah Mann, jr.

Aaron Ward
John M. Felder
Joel K. Mann

Daniel Wardwell
John B. Forester
John Y. Mason

James M. Wayne
Samuel Fowler
James J. McKay

Taylor Webster
William K. Fuller
Isaac McKim

Richard H. Wilde
John H. Fulton
John McKinley

Henry A. Wise

Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. Edward Everett Mr. Jonathan McCarty
Heman Allen
Horace Everett

William McComas
William H. Ashley
John Ewing

Charles F. Mercer
Noyes Barber
Millard Fillmore

John J. Milligan
Charles A. Barnitz
Philo C. Fuller

Robert Ramsay
Isaac C. Bates
Benjamin Gorham

John Reed
William Baylies

George Grennell, jr. Dudley Selden
Martin Beaty
Hiland Hall

William B. Shepard
Horace Binney
Benjamin Hardin

Jonathan Sloane
Tristam Burges
James Harper

David Spangler
George Chambers
Abner Hazeltine

John N. Steele
Thomas Chilton
James P. Heath

Philemon Thomas
William Clark
Joseph Henderson

James Turner
Thomas Corwin
William Hiester

Samuel Tweedy
Richard Coulter
Jabez W. Huntington

Joseph Vance
David Crockett
William Jackson

Samuel F. Vinton
Edward Darlington
William Cost Johnson

John G. Watmough
Edmund Deberry
George W. Lay

Frederick Whittlesey
Harmar Denny
Levi Lincoln

Elisha Whittlesey
John Dickson
James Love

Lewis Williams
William W. Ellsworth Henry C. Martindale Ebenezer Young
George Evans

Thomas A. Marshall Two-thirds not voting in the affirmative, the question was lost; and the first part only of Mr. Polk's motion was agreed to, viz.

“ That the rule setting apart this day for the reception and distribution of petitions and memorials, be suspended from and after two o'clock P. M."

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

Mr. Speaker : The Senate have agreed to the amendments of this House to the bill (No. 76) entitled 6 An act to create two additional land districts in the State of Illinois, and two new land districts north of said State, in the territory now attached to Michigan, which lies between Lake Michigan and the Mississippi river.”

The Senate recede from their amendment to the bill (No. 15) entitled "An act for the relief of Peregrine Gardner.”

The Senate have passed the bill of this House (No. 364) entitled "An act to change the boundary between the southeastern and western land districts in the Territory of Michigan, and for other purposes ;" and the joint resolution of this House (No. 3) giving the right of way through the property of the United States, at Harper's Ferry, to the Winchester Railroad Company.

The Senate have, also, passed bills of the following titles, viz.
No. 162. An act for the relief of Moses Archer ;

No. 184. An act for the relief of the legal representatives of Philip Moore, deceased ;

No. 204. An act to establish a port of entry at Natchez, in Mississippi ; in which bills I am directed to ask the concurrence of this House. And then he withdrew.

The House resumed the consideration of the resolutions of the Gene. ral Assembly of the State of Rhode Island, on the subject of the removal of the deposite of the public money from the Bank of the United States, and the establishment of a National Bank, presented by Mr. Burges on the 26th of May ultimo; and, after debate,

The Sichigan and theory now attais, and twach to create

Mr. Burges moved that the said resolutions be referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union, with instructions to report a resolution to this House that the reasons laid before Congress by the Secretary of the Treasury for removing the public money from the Bank of the United States were, and are, insufficient for ordering and directing said removal.

And, pending the question on said motion,

Mr. Denny moved that said resolutions do lie on the table; which motion was agreed to by the House.

The House then proceeded to the consideration of the memorial of inhabitants of the county of Windham, in the State of Connecticut; the memorial of inhabitants of the town of Windham, in the said State; and the proceedings of a meeting of inhabitants of said town, held in the borough of Williinantic, presented by Mr. Young on the 26th of May ultimo; and, after debate, the said memorials and proceedings were laid on the table.

The hour of two o'clock having arrived,

The House resumed the consideration of the bill (No. 269) making additional appropriations for certain harbors, and removing obstructions in the mouths of certain rivers, for the year 1834..

The question recurred on the amendment moved by Mr. Mercer to the last amendment reported from the Committee of the Whole House ; which amendment, as moved by Mr. Mercer, is as follows:

“ And for defraying the expense of surveys pursuant to the act of 301 April, 1824, including arrearages for 1833, $29,000."

Mr. Wise moved that the bill do lie on the table.

Mr. Wise moved a call of the House ; which being agreed to me
roll was called, and 174 members answered to their names, viz.
Mr. John Quincy Adams Mr. George Chambers Mr. John Galbraith
John Adams
John Chaney

Roger L. Gamble
Heman Allen
Thomas Chilton

Rice Garland
John J. Allen
Joseph W. Chinn

James H. Gholson
William Allen
William Clark

Ransom H. Gillet
Joseph B. Anthony
Clement C. Clay

George R. Gilmer
William S. Archer
Augustine S. Clayton

William F. Gordon
William H. Ashley
William K. Clowney

Benjamin Gorham
Noyes Barber
John Coffee

James Graham
Daniel L. Barringer
Henry W. Connor

William J. Grayson
William Baglies
Thomas Corwin

George Grennell, jp-
Benning M. Bean
Richard Coulter

John K. Griffin
Samuel Beardsley
John Cramer

Joseph Hall
Martin Beaty
Edward Darlington

Hiland Hall
Andrew Beaumont
Thomas Davenport

Nicoll Halsey
Horace Binney
Ilarmar Denny

Edward A. İlannegan
Charles Bodle
John Dickson

Benjamin Hardin
Ratliff Boon
Philemon Dickerson

Joseph Al Harper
John W. Brown
David W. Dickinson

Jaynes Harper
John Bull
Joseph Duncan

Samuel S. Harrison
Samuel Bunch
William C. Dunlap

Sawuel G. Hathaway
George Burd
George Evans

Micajah T. Hawkins
Robert Burns
Horace Everett

Albert G. Hawes
Jesse A. Bynum
John Ewing

Abner Hazeltine
Harry Cage
John M. Felder

James P. Heath
Churchill C. Cambreleng Millard Fillmore

Joseph Henderson
Robert B. Campbell
Thomas F. Foster

William Hiester
Richard B. Carmichael Samuel Fowler

Henry Hubbard
John Carr
Philo C. Fuller

Abel Huntington
Zadok Casey
John H. Fulton

William M. Inge

Mr. William Jackson Mr. John J. Milligan Mr. John N. Steele
Leonard Jarvis
Robert Mitchell

Andrew Stewart
William Cost Johnson Samuel McDowell Moore John T. Stoddert
Cave Johnson

Henry A. Muhlenberg Joel B. Sutherland
Seaborn Jones
John Murphy

William P. Taylor
Benjamin Jones

Gayton P. Osgood .. Francis Thomas
Edward Kavanagh
Sherman Page

Philemon Thomas
George L. Kinnard
Gorham Parks

John Thomson
Amos Lane
James Parker

Christopher Tompkins
John Laporte
John M. Patton

James Turner
Luke Lea
William Patterson

Joel Turrill
Thomas Lee
Dutee J. Pearce

Samuel Tweedy
Levi Lincoln
Franklin Pierce

Joseph Vance
James Love
Henry L. Pinckney

Isaac B. Van Houten
Edward Lucas
James K. Polk

Samuel F. Vinton
Chittenden Lyon
David Poits, jr.

David D. Wagener
Joel K. Mann
Robert Ramsay

Aaron Ward
Henry C. Martindale
John Reed

Daniel Wardwell
'Thomas d. Marshall

Ferdinand S. Schenck John G. Watınough
John Y. Mason
William Schley

James M. Wayne
Moses Mason, jr.
Dudley Selden

Reuben Whallon
William McComas
William B. Shepard

Edward D. White
Rufus McIntire
William N. Shinn

Frederick Whittlesey
James J. McKay
Charles Slade

Elisha Whittlesey
Isaac McKim
Jonathan Sloane

Richard II. Wilde
Jeremiah McLene
Francis 0. J. Smith

Edgar C. Wilson
Charles F. Mercer
Jesse Speight

Henry A. Wise
Jesse Miller
James Standifer

Ebenezer Young . Further proceedings in the call were then dispensed with ; and Mr. Wise withdrew the motion that the motion do lie on the table.

And on the question that the House do agree to the amendment moved by Mr. Mercer, It passed in the affirmative, Yeas, · · · · · · · · · 103,

? | Nays, . . . . . . . . . 89. 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 Dickson

Mr. Amos Lane
John Adams
Philemon Dickerson

Gerrit Y. Lansing
Feman Allen
Joseph Duncan

George W. Lay
William Allen
William W. Ellsworth

Thomas Lee
Joseph B. Anthony
George Evans

Humphrey H. Leavitt
William H. Ashley
Edward Everett

Levi Lincoln
Noves Barber
Horace Everett

James Love
Charles A. Barnitz
John Ewing

Chittenden Lyon
William Baylies
Millard Fillmore

llenry C. Martindale
Samuel Beardsley
Philo C. Fuller

Thomas A. Marshall
Martin Beaty
John Galbraith .

Jonathan McCarty
Horace Binney
Rice Garland

Charles F. Mercer
John Blair
Benjamin Gorham

John J. Milligan
Charles Bodle

George Grennell, jr. Samuel McDowell Moore
Ratliff Boon
Hiland Hall

Henry A. Muhlenberg
John W. Brown
Edward A. Hannegan

Gayton P. Osgood
John Bull
James Harper

Sherman Page
George Burd
Samuel S. Harrison

James Parker
Tristam Burges
Abner Hazeltine

William Patterson
John Carr
James P. Heath

Dutee J. Pearce
Zadok Casey
Joseph Henderson

Job Pierson
George Chambers
William Hiester

David Potts, jr.
Samuel Clark
Edward Howell

John Reed
William Clark

Jabez W. Huntington Dudley Selden
Thomas Corwin
William Jackson

William B. Shepard
David Crockett

William Cost Johnson Charles Slade
Edward Darlington
Richard M. Johnson

Jonathan Sloane
Harmar Denny
George L. Kinnard

David Spangler

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