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PRINTBD BY ORDER OF
THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,
FIRST SESSION OF THE TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS,
BEGUN AND HELD
AT THE CITY OF WASHINGTON,
DECEMBER 7, 1835,
IND W THE SIXTIETA IZAB OF THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED STATES.
IN SIX VOLUMES.
PRINTED BY GALES & BRATOR.
BY ORDER OF THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,
FIRST SESSION TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS-1835–36.
Vol. No. Page. Abolition or incendiary publications. From the President
relative to the propriety of preventing the carriage by mail of
- - 1 1 27 Abolition of slavery. Report of the Legislature of Vir
ginia adverse to the movements made for the · 3 233 1 Abolitionists to excite insurrection among the negroes by
circulating their doctrines. Report of a select committee on so much of the President's message
as relates to attempts of the . . . 2 118 1 Abolitionists, &c. Memorial of Alabama against the measures of the
. . - 2 124 1 Academy. (See Military Academy.) Africa. Petition of citizens of Dauphin county, Penn
sylvania, for the removal of free negroes and man.
3 Alabama against the measures of the abolitionists, and
against interfering with the subject of slavery in the is
,- 2 124 i Alabama adverse to the distribution of the proceeds of the
public lands among the States, and that settlers on ..,
other lands. Memorial of the Legislature of ,,- 2 127 1 Alabama that the judiciary system be amended so that the s'i '
circuit court be extended to all the States. Me
morial of the Legislature of ; ;'- le ....... 2 130 l bama against allowing reservations to Indians by trea. ;:.
1, &c. Memorial of the Legislature of - • 2 132 1