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EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS AND REPORTS OF COMMITTEES,

TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION.

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Army, troops stationed at forts Gibson, Towson, Smith, and Wayne - 59

Armories, memorandum relative to the operations at the, in 1841, (see
documents with President's message, page 52)

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Bank, Legislature of New Hampshire, against

Banks, in the District of Columbia, memorial of inhabitants in favor

of rechartering

Banks, report of committee, with various documents and information in
connexion with their recharter. (See report No. 4, at the
end of this volume.)

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Bankruptcy, Legislature of Louisiana, in favor of establishing a uni-
form system of

memorial of citizens of New York in favor of same
report of the Committee on the Judiciary in favor of the
passage of a general bankrupt law. (See report No. 5,
end of this volume.)

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Bayou Bonfouca, Legislature of Louisiana, asking for the erection of
a light-house at
Boundary, northeastern, Legislature of Massachusetts on the subject
of -
Buildings, public, in Washington, report of committee on memorial of
stone-cutters, and other workmen, asking for an appropriation for
the continuance of. (See report No. 9,end of this volume.)
Buildings, additional appropriation required to finish the new post
office

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statement showing the entire amount appropriated for
Bridge, Potomac, documents in relation to the repair of the, (see
documents President's message, page 55)

report of committee in favor of making appropriation for its
repair. (See report No. 7, end of this volume.)
Buoys, mouths of the Mississippi, Legislature of Louisiana, in favor of

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Canada, President recommends revival of act which is about to expire
to punish certain crimes, preserve neutrality with
Caroline, steamboat, correspondence in relation to the imprisonment of
McLeod, connected with the burning of the

Census, sixth, allowing further time to complete returns in Kentucky
and Louisiana

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Census, in relation to the binding of the census document

Chargés d'Affaires, outfits and salaries of

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Clerks, additional, in the Auditor's office of the Post Office Department 40

letter of the Auditor, same subject

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Commerce with France, on the subject of

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Contested election, report of the Committee of Elections in the case of
David Levy. (See report No. 10, end of this volume.)

Connecticut, Legislature of in favor of distributing the proceeds of the
sales of the public lands, and against reduction of price
Consuls, abroad, memorial of, on the subject of frauds, &c., in invoices 20
Courts of equity in Louisiana, Legislature of Louisiana, in relation to
Coxe, Richard S. and others, in behalf claimants on Mexico -
Crimes, President recommends the revival of the law about to expire
for the punishment of certain

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Currency, plan of Littleton D. Teackle on the subject of the

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Currency, Secretary Ewing's plan to regulate by Fiscal Bank, &c.
message of the President of the United States returning, with
objections, bill incorporating Fiscal Corporation

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Debt, public, (see report on the state of the Finance, connected with
the public debt)

Delta of the Mississippi, estimate of appropriation to the survey of
Denmark, in relation to duties levied on vessels passing through the
Sound to the Baltic, (documents with President's message, page 26)
Dickins, Francis A., in behalf of claimants on Mexico
Diplomatic agents, outfits and salaries of

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District of Columbia, memorial of inhabitants of, in favor of recharter-
ing banks in the

District of Columbia, proceedings of meeting of citizens of Washington
in relation to riotous proceedings near the President's house
Drawback on rum, memorial of inhabitants of Boston against the re-
duction of -

Duties, Legislature of Alabama, against protective duties

New Hampshire, same

Rhode Island, in favor of discriminating

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levied by Denmark on vessels passing through the Sound to
the Baltic, (documents with President's message, page 26)
letter and memorial, French minister, in relation to commerce
and navigation with France.

(see statements with annual report on the Finance, connected
with duties)

various statements laid before the House by the Committee of
Ways and Means, connected with a bill reported by that
committee raising revenue by duties on imports, viz:
showing the value of certain articles imported in 1840, free of
duty, and amount which would accrue on the same at 20
per cent.
quantity and value of wines imported in 1840, amount of duties
on same, and amount which would accrue at 20 per cent.
value of articles subject to duties less than 20 per cent. ad val-
orem in 1840, which will, under proposed bill, pay a duty of
20 per cent.

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articles exempted from duty under the proposed bill.

list of articles subject to duties less than 20 per cent., raised by
proposed bill to 20 per cent.

articles paying duty less than 20 per cent. continued at their
present rates.

accruing from 1834 to 1839, and deductions under compromise
act; also drawbacks, expenses, bounties, &c., and nett rev-

enue.

list of articles and rates of duties under acts 1832 and 1833.
biennial reduction of duty under act of 2d March, 1833, on ar-
ticles subject to an ad valorem duty exceeding 20 per cent.

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