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For the army

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For clerks authorized to be appointed 202
For contingent expenses in the depart-
ments

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Excess of, how to be applied

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For printing Post Office laws and lists 255
For custom-house at Boston

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Appraisement of goods, how made for duties

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duties of appraisers

270
Apportionment of members of the House of Representatives 47
Arrests on mesne process in the District of Columbia, to be
on oath

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terms of the oath

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Army, various reductions to be made in

186
regiment of dragoons converted into riflemen

186
no enlistment to be made till after reduction

186
office of Cemmissary of Purchases, of one Inspector

General, two Surgeons, and ten assistant surgeons,
to be abolished

186
agent to superintend manufacture of cannon

186
what officers may enjoy rations allowed by acts of 3d
March, 1797, and 16 March, 1802,

186
Armories, national, appropriations for

183
office of superintendants abolished 183
ordnance officers to superintend

183
pay of armorers

183
Arkansas, lands for internal improvements allowed by act of

4th September, 1841, to be selected by Governor 8
when entry may be made on lands held by French
or Spanish grants

128
township 8 north, of range 32 west, to have lands
in lieu of the 16th section

226
Architect, office of, abolished

202
Atherton, Charles W. to be paid for land entered to which title
could not be given

45
Atkinson, Thomas, heirs of, released as sureties of Richard
Bean

173
Atwood, Joshua fishing bounties to be paid him and others 72
Attorney General, appropriation for,

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may appoint a messenger, &c.

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appropriation for contingent expenses in office of 202
Auditors of Treasury, appropriation for their offices

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Babbitt, Amey to be allowed a pension
Bail in District of Columbia, how to be taken in civil suits
Banks, Richard T., to be paid for losses on a contract for re-

moval of Indians who failed to remove
Barber, Robert, jr., to have the benefit of a certificate of de-

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Chap.
Barnes, Margaret, to be allowed a pension

13
• Barnes, John, Secretary of Treasury to pay his legal repre.
sentatives his share of a judgment, &c.

74
Bassett, Joseph, to be allowed a pension

14
Bedinger, George M., to receive a pension

103
Bellevue, F. B. Sr., to be placed on pension list

248
Besley, Sarah, allowed a pension for the services of her first
husband, after the death of her second

76
Biennial Register, appropriation for compiling and printing of 29
Billings, John S., to have a pension

28
Blakeley, Josiah, legal representatives of, to receive a patent
for land in Blakeley's Island

62
Books, appropriation for printing and binding of

29
for the purchase of, for library,

29
duties on imported

270
Boston custom-house, appropriation for

29
Bowman, Dorothy, to be paid a pension from the time her
husband was stricken from the roll till his death

221
Briggs, Jehosaphat, allowed a pension

195
Brownell, Thomas, to receive a pension

231
Bounty lands, holders of warrants for, may enter lands which

are subject to private entry, in satisfaction of
their warrants

68
act of 27th January, 1835, continued in force

68
holders of warrants to be barred after five years, 68
warrants not assignable

68
Buildings, public, office of architect abolished

202
Burdsall, Burnett, to be paid arrears of pension

63
Burnett, Elisha, may locate a certain land warrant

230
Bush, Daniel B., may relinquish certain land in Illinois and
enter other

131
Buttons, duties on

270
Butcher, Sebastian, Bartholomew Butcher's heirs and Peter

Bloom, their claim to land in Mississippi confirmed ; if
ousted by better title may locate other lands

166
Bureaus in Navy Department, chiefs of, may frank letters, &c. 286

books of Navy commissioners to be distributed among 286
certain naval officers may be appointed clerks in 286
appropriations may be transferred as in other depart-

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Caldwell, Joseph F., his account for carrying the mail to be

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Campbell, Johu, land to be granted to heirs of, at Prairie

du Chien
Campbell, John P., to be credited $200 on his producing a

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Candles, duty on

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Chapa Capitol, appropriation for repairs of, &c.

202 Carpenter, Jesse, to be refunded the amount of a land office certificate

48 Carpets, duty on

270 Carrier, Hannah, to be allowed a pension

250 Carter, Randolph, do do do

219 Census, 6th, appropriation for printing returns of

29
accounts of the marshal's assistants in Kentucky,
for the taking of, to be received, how

272
payment for the printing of the compendium of,

to be suspended till the further order of

Congress

distribution of compendium how made Chargés des affaires, appropriation for salaries of

29 Chase, Daniel, allowed a pension ·

83 Claims, under Choctaw treaty, how to be settled

187 commissioners may compel attendance of witnesses 187

may ascertain if Indians have complied

with terms of 14th article of treaty 187
in case of compliance land to be granted to Indian,
or his legal representative

187
if lands have been sold, others to be granted

187 limitation of claims

189 patents, how to be issued

- 189 of assigned claims.

189 to be preferred in one year

189 of Florida militia to be settled

192 Cayenne, (see trade)

39 Clark, Marston G., his accounts as agent of the Kansas Indians to be settled

140 Cheever, Wm. D., representatives of, their account for loss

on Treasury note to be examined by Secretary of Treasury and report made to Congress

273 Cherokee lands in Alabama, to be attached to the Huntsville and Coosa land district

5 Cherokee warriors, pensions to be granted to such invalids, as

fought on the side of the United States during the last war 24 China ware, duties on

270 Clerks of United States Courts, to make return of fees annu

ally to Secretary of Trea-
sury

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fees of, limited and account
to be audited

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Chap.
Clerks in Departments, heads of departments to report annu-

ally to Congress the names of, their
employments, and whetherany can
be dispensed with

202
to have no allowance for discharge of
duties belonging to others

202
chief clerks to supervise others and

202
Coal, duties on

270
Secretary of Navy may establish depots of, for the use
steam-ships,

279
Coffee, duties on

- 270
Colfax, Elizabeth, allowed a pension

• 218
Collins, Thomas do do

86
Collectors to advertise for contracts, when

202
Colt, Samuel, Secretary of Navy to aid in experiments upon
his sub-marine battery

202
Comeau Jean Baptiste, may enter land in Louisiana, &c. 238
Commerce and navigation, annual statement of, how to be pre-
pared and published

207
Commissary of Purchases, office of, abolished

186
duties of, how performed

186
Commissioners appointed to take bail, may act as justices of
the peace, &c.

188
appropriation for pay of, under the Cherokee
treaty

202
accounts of, for pay not to be settled, unless

the commission is authorized by law 202
on land claims in Missouri, their report as
printed to be received as evidence

229
Comptrollers of Treasury, and their clerks, &c., appropria:
tion for

29
Compton, John, patent for land to be issued to him

236
Confectionary, duties on

270
Congress, appropriation for pay of members of

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pay and contingencies

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202
stationery for, to be procured by contract

202
ratio of representation in House of Representatives 47
of the representation of fractions

47 $
members of House of Representatives to be elected
by districts

47
Constantinople, salary of dragoman at

202
Consul at London, salary of

202
Contingent expenses of Congress, how to be limited

29
fund not to be applied to the purchase of books,

except such as the head of a department shall
by writing direct

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account of the expenditure of fund to be rendered
ontracts, printing for the departments to be done by

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Contracts, work to be done in Washington,

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how to be advertised for

202
Converse, John P., and Henry J. Rees, to be refunded by
Post Office Department $613 35,

114
Copper, duties on

270
Costs, Supreme Court may regulate the taxation of

188
Cotton, raw and unmanufactured, duties on

270
Courts of United States, special authorized in the eastern dis-
trict of Pennsylvania,

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mode of appointing jurors in Penn-
sylvania -

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in Tennessee, when to be held at

Jackson, and when at Knoxville, 20
district court at Jackson to form a part
of the Sth judicial circuit

20
terms of, in Kentucky, when to be
held

20
appropriation for expenses of

29
clerks of, to make semi-annual re-

turns of fees to Secretary of Trea-
sury

29
when holden in Tennessee and Ohio 30
at Williamsport, Pennsylvania, term

to commence 1st Monday in Octo-
ber

68
provisions of the act of 19th May,

1838, to regulate process, extended
to States since admitted into the
Union

109
appeals from the northern district of

Alabama may be to the Supreme
Court, when

123
circuits, how to be composed

180
circuits, terms in Virginia to be holden 180
circuits, terms in North Carolina

180
power of judge to recognise wit-
nesses

188
district when to have concurrent juris-
diction with circuit courts

188
district to be always open for filing
bills, &c.

188
judge in vacation may award orders,
&c.

188
Supreme Court may prescribe forms
of writs, &c.

188
their power to issue writs of habeas
corpus, on the petition of foreigners

257
terms of, at Charleston, Kenahwa
county, Virginia

269
further appropriation for expenses of 275

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