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Committee on the Judiciary-appointed

34
reports, 76, 104, 105, 108, 115, 144, 213, 215, 241,

280, 289, 291, 309.
on Revolutionary Claims-appointed

35
reports, 84, 105, 129, 155, 156, 164, 175, 176,

179, 181, 249, 260, 275, 346, 347, 350.
on Public Expenditures-appointed

35
reports,

155, 164, 198
on Private Land Claims-appointed

35
reports, 101, 116, 130, 144, 150, 155, 176,

241, 279, 283, 289, 299, 329, 341,

346, 350, 367, 389, 423.
on Manufactures-appointed

35
reports,

179, 256, 283, 358
on Agriculture—appointed

35
report,

84
on Foreign Affairs--appointed

35
reports,

115, 215, 346, 388, 397
on Military Affairs-appointed

35
reports, 84, 155, 182, 217, 261, 316, 329, 350, 388

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on Naval Affairs-appointed

35
reports,

89, 101, 170, 198, 260, 293,

325, 367, 388, 397.
on Indian Affairs--appointed

35
reports,

107, 112, 397
on Military Pensions-appointed

35
reports,

130, 156, 164, 194, 215, 223,

260, 280, 283, 310
on the Territories-appointed

35
reports,

107, 299
on Revisal and 'Unfinished Business-appointed

35
(no report. )
of Accounts-appointed

35
report,

266
on Expenditures in the Navy Department-report, S41
on Expenditures in the Treasury Department-

report, 388
on Internal Improvements-appointed

36, 38
reports,

96, 182, 199, 219, 236,

266, 291, 325, 347
on the Public Buildings-appointed

229
(no report. )
on the subject of the militia-appointed

60
reports,

156, 218
upon the subject of the fifth Census, (see bills H. R.
No. 535,).

72, 139
on the distribution of the surplus revenue, 36, 38, 223
on amendment of Constitution upon subject of elec-
tion of President, (see Resolutions,)

36, 38, 89
on memorial of revolutionary officers and soldiers

who served prior to Ist March, 1780, (see bills
H. R. 567,)

74, 76, 195

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98

Committee on making five franc pieces and South American dol-

lars a legal tender, and upon subject of recoinage

of foreign silver coins, (see bills H. R. No. 644,) 97, 341
on the petition of Elisha Bigelow, -

109
on memorial of New England Asylum for the blind,
(see bills H. R. No. 603,)

129, 266
on establishing an assay office in gold region of the
south, (see bills H. R. No. 630,)

141, 310
on the rules of the House,

242, 397
Committees, Joint, to notify President of the meeting of Con-
gress

8
of the close of the session 432, 434
on the Library—appointed

39, 51
reports,

215, 290, 350
on Enrolled Bills--appointed 102, 121, 179, 398, 409
Compensation, of Marshal of Rhode Island, increase, (see bills
Senate, No. 2,)

134
of Collector of Newport, R. I., increase

77
of Judge of western district of Virginia, increase 125, 241
extra, allowed all civil officers in 1828 and
1829, statements of

408
Conecuh river, improve navigation of
Conference, on appropriation bill, (Turkish mission,) 395, 399, 403
Congress, publish diplomatic correspondence of old Congress,
from 1783 to 1789, proposition to

91, 290
motion to reduce compensation and mileage of mem-
bers to six dollars

98, 198
uniform mode of computing mileage of members of

(see bills H. R. No. 568, 117, 155, 176, 180, 183, 196, 198
proposition to pay members of Congress for number of

daysonly that they attend, (see Resolutions, H.R.) 145, 146, 164
Conneaut creek, O., improve navigation of. (See bills H.R. No.566.)
Connecticut, members from appear, viz:

Noyes Barber, Wm. W. Ellsworth, J. W. Hunt-

ington, R. J. Ingersoll, William L. Storrs,
Ebenezer Young,

3
Connecticut river, survey of the valley of

394
appropriation for survey of, (see bills H. R.
No. 614,)

55
Contempts of courts. (See Judiciary.)
Contested elections. (See Elections.)
Contingent fund of the House, report of expenditure

61
Contracts, reports of public

174, 216, 294, 360
Constitution, President recommends an amendment, respecting
election of President, &c.,

23
proceeedings on the recommendation, (see Resolu-
tions)

36, 38, 89, 145
motion to amend, as to tenure of office of judges, 224, 310

motion to purchase debates on adoption of 268, 290, 429
Coosa river, improve navigation of, (see bills H. R. No. 511,)

96
amend act granting land for improvement of. (See

bills Senate, No. 89.)

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405

Copy-rights, amend and consolidate acts respecting. (See bills

H. R. No. 145.)
Cornel, Thomas F. (See bills H. R. No. 258.)
Courts, Eleanor. (See bills H. R. No. 302.)
Cotton-bagging, motion to reduce duty on
Crocker, Jonathan. (See bills Senate, No. 42.)
Crosby, Eliakim. (See bills H. R. No. 319.)
Crimes, punish, in District Columbia. (See bills H. R. No. 339.)
Cuba, report on inequality of duties in
Culbertson, John. (See bilis Senate, No. 136.)
Cumberland road. (See Ronds.)
Cumberland river, Ten., survey of. (See bills H. R, No. 614.)
Cunningham creek, complete pier opposite mouth of. (See bills

H. R. No. 614.)
Customs, emoluments and expenditures of officers of -

increase compensation of Collector of Newport, R. I.

instructions to certain officers of the
Custom-house in New York, provision for erection of. (See

bills H. R. No. 585.)

394

342

[Petitions from]
Caulfield, James

39, 144
Canal Company, Chesapeake and Ohio, subscribe western section,
Canal Company, Chesapeake and Ohio, copy to State of Mary-
land,

162
Canal Company, Chesapeake and Ohio, to Congress U. S. of 5th
Dec., 1828,

162
Canal Company, Chesapeake and Ohio, turnpike road, (see bills
H. R. No. 615,)

235, 289
Canal Company, Beaver and Sandy creek,

55
Canal Company, Chipola,

55
Canal Company, Alexandria, (see bills H. R. 586,)

144, 236
Catlett, Minerva, (see bills H. R. No. 576,)

45, 217
Campbell, James S., representative of Samuel

54, 161, 346
Campbell, A. S.

160, 248
Castor, Vincent

56, 235
Cady, Squire

65
Carey, Joseph H.

70
Carusi, Gaetano

81, 260
Campau, Joseph

104
Caldwell, James, (shwuld be Samuel

Hll, 405
Caze and Richaud

128, 170, 193
Capen, Samuel -

158, 309
Carter, Stanley

232
Cameron, George

251
Chaplin, Ebenezer

43
Chace, Grindal -

159
Chace, Simeon

159
Chance, Vincent

209
Chapman, John -
Church, Charles

232, 289

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Church, 'Trustees Roman Catholic, Louisiana, -

302
Clapp, Martha -

62
Clapp, David

188
Clarkson, Randolph

81
Cleer, Peter (see bills S. No. 160,)

102, 241
Clark, Joseph, resolution,

85
Clark, William, Maryland,

110, 178
Clark, William, Pennsylvania,

337
Clark, Charles G.

124
Clark, Richard.

159
Clark, Josiah

165
Clark, Stephen, (see Cha’s M. Davis, et al.)

192
Clerks, office of Commissary General, Adjutant General, &c.

271
Clerks, office 4th Auditor,

271
Clerks, Navy Commissioners,

291
Clerks, Comptroller's office,

180
Clemmons, Benjamin

126
Clements, Francis

336
Cleaveland, Jeremiah

159
Clifford, Michael

159
Connecticut, inhabitants of, bar Connecticut river,

41
of East Haddam, post,

127
of Hartford, Indians,

190
of New Haven, beacon, &c., harbor,

235
of Middletown, Suffield, Indians,

273

300
of Southington, Greenwich, Indians, 334
of Litchfield, Indians,

334, 376
of Canterbury, Indians,

375
Cobb, Enos

42
Covill, Ebenezer

43
Cooper, Thomas

46
Cooper, John

53
Coleman, William
Coleman, John, representatives of, (see bills H. R. No. 655,)

367
Conner, Benjamin

53, 293, 294
Conklin, John

53
Colton, Samuel

61
Colburn, Reuben, heirs of

64, 289
Conner, Mary, widow of Patrick

209
Collins, Henry -

61
Collins, Charles

63, 107
Collins, Theophilus

76, 176
Corvan, George R. (see David Shaven, et al.)
Coffin, Jonathan

88, 347
Cook, Rhoda, et al.

99, 171
Cook, John W.

113
Cook, Noah

165
Cook, Johnson

209
Cook, Edward P.

336
Cowles, Noah

103, 116

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Cochran, Samuel

110
Congdon, John

126
Congdon, Jonathan

126
Copeland, John

143
Couch, Timothy

155
Cooxford, Daniel, (should be Croxford, which see)

, )

113, 236
Coit, Isaac

165
Coit, Thomas

190, 217
College, Trustees of Jefferson, Penn.

189, 279
College, Ripley, land to (see Ohio,)

211
College, Trustees of Jefferson, Mississippi,

211
Conard, John

192
Coil, James

204
Converse, S.

207, 284
Covenhoven, William

209
Coins, American small, (see Massachusetts,)

231
Core, John

338
Croxford, Daniel, (erroneously printed Cooxford,)

113, 236
Cronk, Dennis -

43
Cressy, Josiah P.

62
Crabtree, Haynes

74
Cramer, Charles, et al.

81
Cramer, Henry

270
Crawford, James

199
Crosby, Joshua

106
Crandon, John

230
Cunningham, John

44, 129
Cunningham, Jesse

230
Cushing, John -

61
Cushing, Thomas P. (see W. and S. Lawrence, et al.)

67
Cutler, Joseph -
Curman, Daniel

103
Curtis, Junia

111
Cutts, Thomas

130, 283
Currie, Samuel

165
Cutchlow, James

166
Culley, Armstead

209
D.
Dameron, George B. and Wm. Houze. (See bills Senate, No. 90.)
Daly, John. (See bills Senate, No. 76.)
Davis, Amasa, his assignee. (See bills H. R. No. 322.)
Death of James Noble, (Senator,)

377
Debates on adoption of Constitution, motion to purchase 268, 290, 429

motion to continue subscription to Gales and Seaton's
Register of

429, 431
Debt, public, whole amount of payments on account of

87
Debt due US, abolish imprisonment for

86
Debenture. (See Drawbacks.)
Decatur, Mrs., proceedings on her claim. (See bills H. R.

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