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Deep creek, Va., improve navigation of. (See bills H. R. No.

614.)
Deer island, (Boston harbor,) complete sea wall. (See bills

H. R. No. 566.)
Delapierre, Bartholomew. (See bills H. R. No. 452.)
Delafield, Capt., his report on the improvement of the naviga-
tion of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers,

72
Delaware State, K. Johns, jr., member from, appears,

· 5
resolutions of, respecting proceeds of public
lands,

372
resolutions in behalf of the tarifi, and internal
improvements,

377
Delaware river, improve navigation of, above and below Tren-
ton,

58, 346
Delinquents & lists of

51, 102, 321
Defaulters, Š list of names of, called for

285
D'Homergue, John. (See Homergue.)
Delivery, ports of, established, viz: port Pontchartrain and De-
laware city, (see bills Senate, No. 9,)

121
Delzell, Wm. (See bills Senate, No. 117.)
Detroit, plan of, &c., laid before the House, and proceedings re-

specting, (see bills H. R. No. 624,) - 203, 212, 217, 299
Dequindre, Antoine and Louis. (See bills S. No. 77, and H.

R. No. 318.)
Denmark, convention between U. S. and

13, 51
provision for carrying convention into effect, (see bills
H. R. No. 523,) -

115
correspondence relative to Danish West India trade, 134, 405
report respecting indemnity for the Danish brigantine
Henrick,

346
Diggs, Wm. D., purchase of his executors additional land for

fort Washington, (see bills H. R. No. 542,) 97, 155
Diplomatic Correspondence, from 1783 to 1789, proposition to
publish

91, 290
Distress, assistance to be given to vessels in. (See bills Senate,

No. 87)
District of Columbia. (See Columbia.)
Documents, free of postage, (see Resolutions,)

70, 105
indexes to, to be furnished members,

65
index, proposition to make,

97, 105
index from 18th to 21st Congress, proposition to
make

108, 298
extra numbers ordered to be printed, 33, 135, 179, 218,

222, 276, 342, 423
to be furnished Adjutant General,

245
a bound copy to be furnished each member,

284
subscription 1.0 a publication of, by Gales and Sea-
ton, (see bills H. R. No. 652,)

302, 345, 350
Doddridge, Philip, paid for relinquishing his claim to certain

lands. (See bills Senate, No. 47.)
Dollars, new American. (See Coins.)

124

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Doorkeeper, to employ an additional messenger during recess,

423
Drawbacks, statements of

315
provision respecting transportation of merchandise

over land with benefit of. (See bills S. No. 35.)
Dry Tortugas, to be surveyed, &c. (See bills H. R. No. 553.)
Dunkirk harbor, secure and complete works in. (See bills H.

R. 566.)
Duponceau, P. S., presents a flag of U. S. made of American
silk,

50, 84
Duties, on sugar, various propositions to reduce. (See Sugar.) 49, 59

on iron,

cotton-bagging,
wool,
motion to reduce duty on

59
woollens,
on spices, repeal of. (See bills Senate, No. 54.)
Secretary of the Treasury to remit in certain cases ad-

ditional duties charged under act of 28th May, 1830.
(See bills H. R. No. 634.)
admit surveying instruments imported by State of Mas-

sachusetts free of
Duvall and Carnes. (See bills Senate, No. 93.)

[Petitions from]
Dale, Samuel, (see bills H. R. No. 627,)

45, 309
Davis, Gideon

46, 138, 147
Davis, Martha

81
Davis, John, Georgia,

S6, 218
Davis, Thomas (see Rhoda Cook, et al.)
.)

99
Davis, Nancy

161, 309
Davis, David

189
Davis, Charles M.

192
Davis, John, Kentucky,

218
Davis, James

256, 279
Davis, George

342
Daigre, Francis

46
Datamer, John -

49
Davenport, Samuel, heirs of

63
Darling, Benjamin

64
, )

82, 347
Dawson, Peter P.

120, 150
Danley, James -

137, 275
Dalgarn, James -

143
Daggett, William
Dalton, Isaac

165
Davidson, Thos. G. and Alex. G.

232
Devlin, John S.
Dewees, Wm., heir of William

54, 176
Deaf and Dumb, New York institution,

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159

63
Dean, Samuel

67
Deck, John
De Villier, Jumonville

89, 175

143, 175

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Derryberry, Andrew

147, 156
Denny, Thomas

206
D’Homergue, John, letler,

347
Delaware, Legislature of, revolutionary officers,

372
revenue from public lands,

378
internal improvement,

377
District of Columbia, fire companies, (bill reported, No. 503,)

62, 84
inhabitants of Alexandria, Judge's resi-
dence,

83
Corporation of Georgetown, Washing-

ton bridge, (see bills H. R. No. 564,) 88, 194
inhabitants of Washington, F and G
streets,

208, 283
Grand Jury, Alexandria,

129
Corporation of Washington, amend char-

ter, &c., (see bills H. R. No. 613,) 268, 284
Corporation of Georgetown, extend lim-
its, (see bills H. R. No. 608,)

269, 280
Dickson, Benjamin

73
Dickson, Robert

188
Dickson, James

43
Dix, Ellen

88
Digges, Wm. D., heirs of, (see bills H. R. No. 542,)

97, 155
Dickerson, Nathaniel

230
Donnell, John.

41
Douthet, Samuel

55, 275
Dougherty, William

73
Doughty, Christopher

108
Doherty, George

128
Doll, Martin

88
Dodge, Phineas

103
Donn, John

161, 346
Donalson, Lothario

212
Doyal, Hardy

291
Druett, Micah, (should be Orcutt, which see,)

42
Drish, Charles, representative of Christian Ish, (see bills H. R.
No. 594,)

67, 249
Drew, Isaac

236, 309
Draper, William

- 270, 309
Duncan, James -
Duncan, David

272
Durfee, Joseph

43
Durant, Lachlan

47, 211, 240
Dumont, John

53
Dun, Geo. W., & Co.

54
Dunn, Cary, et al. (see Army, officers of)

74
Duponceau, Peter, silk flag,

50, 84
Durkee, Nathan

106
Duggan, William

159, 249
Durham, Martin

300
Dunning, S. C.

350

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East Florida. (See Florida.)
East river, survey at Hurlgate, (see bills H. R. No. 614,)

97
Eastern Branch, (of Potomac,) survey of. (See bills H. R.
Education, lands granted for purposes of. (See Lands.)
proposition to appoint a standing committee on

69
Elections, contested, provide for taking testimony in cases of,
(see bills H. R. 555,)

131, 175
Elk creek, (on lake Erie,) survey mouth of

203
Emerson, Wm.'s heirs. (See bills Senate, No. 22.)
Emigrants, annual report of number of

408
Engineer corps, inquiry whether additions are necessary to corps

of Topographical Engineers, 154, 156, 185, 200
Entry, ports of, established at St. John's, in Florida, -

79
Escambia river, improve navigation of, (see bills H. R. No 614,)
Estimates of appropriations for 1831, laid before the House

87
Evidence to be admitted at public offices in settlement of claims.
(See resolutions, joint, Senate.)

[Petitions from]
Easton, Sarah, and Dorothy Storer, (see bills H. R. No. 646,)

44, 346
Earll, Aaron

68
Earle, Elias, executor of Elias

208
Eaton, William

114
Eaton, William, property destroyed late war,

271, 309
Eaton, Elizabeth, widow of Gen. William

161, 346
Eastforth, Samuel

165
Eckford, Henry, (see bills H. R. No. 570,)

104, 198
Edwards, Amos, sureties of, (see bills H. R. 522,)

55, 115
Edmondson, Samuel A.

- 100, 139
Edgar, John

121, 164
Edmonds, Daniel

167
Elmendorf, Peter

48, 11%
Ellery, Christopher

77, 279
Elliott, Joseph

100, 279
Elliott, William

207, 284, 350
Elwell, Henry

302
Emmerick, William

48
Emmitt, John -

120
Emerson, Joseph

128, 397
Emmons, Solomon

143
Ent, Daniel, sen.

189
Espy, Samuel

189
Everard, Charles

83, 316
Evans, Thomas

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Fees of court, alterations in

125, 130
Finances, views of President in relation to the. (See his message.)

. )
annual Treasury report on the state of the

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156

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42, 107

360, 424

Fire companies in District of Columbia, organization of, (see

bills H. R. 503,)
Fish, reduce bounty on exportation of pickled, (see bills H. R.

548,)
Fisheries, regulations of England, France, and Holland, in re-

spect to
Fishing vessels, further regulations respecting vessels employed

in the whale. (See bills Senate, No. 131.)
Fitzgerald, Aaron. (See bills Senate, No. 16.)
Fitzgerald, Thomas. (See bills Senate, No. 18.)
Five franc pieces. (See Coins.)
Flag of U. S., a silken fag of domestic manufacture presented

to the House,
Flaget, Benedict Joseph, Bishop of Bardstown. (See bills H.

R. No. 396.)
Florida, Joseph M. White, delegate from, appears,

counties of Madison and Hamilton to have a delegate

in the Council, (see bills H. R. No. 519,) -
live oak lands in. (See Timber.)

boundary of. (See Boundaries.)
Fontaneille, Count, presents Congress with a treatise on the cul-

ture and manufacture of silk,
Flournoy and Ward. (See bills H. R. No. 284.)
Forsyth, Robert A. (See bills H. R. No. 337.)
Fortifications, President recommends that armaments be provided

for
appropriation for armaments. (See bills H. R.

No. 539.)
whole amount expended on
purchase additional land at fort Washington, (see

bills H. R. No. 542,)
cistern at tort Monroe,
inquiry as to fortifying Ocracoke inlet
dispose of fort Gansevoort, (see bills H. R. No.

631,)
fort Delaware destroyed by fire, (see bills H. R.

No. 649,)
compromise of title to Pea Patch, fort Delaware,

(see bills H. R. No. 649,)
indemnity to officers whose property was destroy-

ed in fort Delaware, (see bills Senate, No. 163,)
appropriations for, in 1831, (see bills H. R. No.

545)
Foreman, Anthony." (See bills H. R. No. 425.)
Franking privilege, enlarged as it respects the transmission of

public documents. (See resolutions, joint,

30

87

97, 155

175
216, 258

305, 316

342, 350

321, 350

316

156

H. R.)

203

Freeport, (on lake. Erie,) survey harbor of
Frugé, John. (See bills H. R. No. 316.)

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