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INDEX TO THE DEBATES IN THE SENATE.
Adams (Massachusetts) memorial, complaining of the inju- Boston memorial, against rechartering the Bank of the
United States, 1712.
Bouldin, Thomas Tyler, his death announced, and the
resentatives, 1833; consideration postponed, Brooklyn memorial, on the distressing state of the cur.
rency, 942; referred.
of mourning by Mr. Benton, 11.
deposites, 855; referred, 862.
state of public affairs, 1251, 1583.
in relation to the distresses of the country, 1107.
the Legislature of Maryland in its favor, 1205.
Chittenden (Vermont) memorial, against the removal of
the deposites, 1240.
up, 1746; passed, 1751.
bill for, laid on the table, 2071.
Columbia (Pennsylvania) proceedings of a wbig meet-
Coins, a memorial from the banks of New York respect-
ing gold and silver coin, 1805.
resolution introduced by Mr. Sprague, 20; called
postponed, 41; committees elected, 42.
1896; laid on the table, 1917.
taken up and passed, 2127.
to the distresses of the country, 656.
banks, the memorial of, on the deranged state of
the currency, 808.
amend it, 20.
Mr. Bibb's amendment taken up, 1813, and refer-
red to a committee.
2036. Mr. Benton's proposition referred to same com-
Culpeper (Virginia) memorial, against Executive pro.
ceedings in relation to the Bank of the United
tinuation of it, 1142; rejected on motion to en-
gross, 1239. The vote of rejection being recon-
sidered, the bill was recommitted, 1240; again
considered, 1716; ordered to a third reading,
1717; passed, 1718.
Delaware, a memorial respecting the public deposites, | Gold coins, a bill to regulate the circulation of foreign
gold coins in the United States, was passed,
Treasury concerning their removal, 12, (See the
Appendix for the report.).
report called up for consideration, 25; postponed
to sit during the recess, to investigate the condi. postponed. Subject resumed, 50.
resolution, offered by Mr. Clay, calling on the
President to inform the Senate whether a paper
purporting to have been read by him to the
heads of Departments, respecting the deposites,
be geruine or not, 27; called up for considera-
tion, 30; agreed to, 37.
resolutions declaring that the President, in dis-
he declined removing the deposites, and ap-
the constitution, &c., 58.
report of the Committee of Finance on the Secre-
tary of the Treasury's report on the removal of
the deposites, 467; made the special order of a
certain day, and six thousand copies ordered to
be printed, 483; subject taken up, 892; resolu-
tions agreed to, 1182.
deposites, offered by Mr. Clay, 1813, 1817; read
first time, and ordered to a second reading; pass-
banks, taken up and laid on the table, 2127.
duce, on a certain day, a bill for the repeal of the removal of the deposites, 1480.
Hanover, Indiana, a bill granting lands to the college,
taken up, 1266; referred to the Judiciary Com- Harbor bill, a bill for making improvements of certain
harbors, and clearing out certain rivers, con-
sidered, 2081; ordered to be read a third time,
and passed, 2083.
ments concurred in, 2124, and passed.
tive proceedings in relation to the bank, 1860.
Harrodsburg, Kentucky, memorial, 2019.
provement of the navigation of this river was
Huntingdon county, Pennsylvania, proceedings of a public
the deposites, 1814.
Indian intercourse, a bill to regulate it, amended and
the Executive, 1805.
final settlement of, 1910; recommitted, 2007.
joint authority with the President in the appoint. Jefferson county, Virginia, memorial for relief from em.
Johnston, Mr., notice of his death, and the usual motion
appointment of a joint committee, 1205.
Kentucky resolutions, in relation to the removal of the de- Maryland, Union Bank of, a resolution respecting, intro-
duced, 1141; agreed to, 1206.
the removal of the deposites, &c., 1917.
to form a separate State Government, a inotion
to take it up immediately for consideration; bill
day, introduce a new bill for the distribution of Mobile memorial, complaining of a check given to their
ing of the distresses of the country, 1803.
abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia,
for the naval service for 1834, without amend-
New Bedford (Massachusetts) memorial, from the seve-
administration in the removal of the deposites,
resolutions, sustaining the Executive, 2057, 2066.
memorials, in relation to the existing public dis-
county, on the same subject, 679.
five memorials on ditto, 1049.
committee to determine what token of respect resolutions and memorial, in favor of adminis-
2054. proceedings of two different meetings, 1434.
times, 1007; referred, 1019.
deposites, 397; after debate, laid on the table,
memorial, on the condition of the finances of the
country, 464; referred to the Committee on Fi-
building light-houses, &c., 2122; laid on the Pennsylvania, and Michigan memorials, 1722.
moval of the deposites, 1732.
cy, 749; referred.
the deposites, 529.
memorial from thence, on the distressed condition
of the country, 681.
616. memorials, from Wilkesborough and Halifax, 1140.
another memorial from Wilkes, 1205.
second and third time, and passed, 1833. Ohio memorials, complaining of pecuniary embarrass-
a bill establishing the northern boundary of, 1781;
Ohio memorials, approving the course of the Esecutive, (President's message, in relation to a refusal of the Bank
of the United States to give up the books, &c., in
Judiciary Committee, 464.
1475. his protest against the resolutions of the Senate
in relation to the deposites, 1317.
and Vice President, election of, Mr. Bibb's reso-
resolution moved by Mr. Benton to strike out of
the journals the resolution passed on the 20th of
in relation to the removal of the deposites, 2128.
ing of the removal of the deposites, 1365.
ject, 462; report of the Judiciary Committee Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, proceedings of its citizens, 1761,
crew of, negatived, 1906.
removal of the deposites, 569.
1830, directing the Secretary of the Senate to
contract with the printer of the House for doc-
uments printed by order of the House, 810.
Finance inquire into the expediency of affording
ing the payment of revenue bonds, 223; after
discussion, the resolution and a proposed amend-
ment were laid on the table, 233.
Public buildings, a bill making appropriations for, read a
third time, 2124.
officers, (See Removal of.)
or against the removal of the deposites, 1302; copies of the Secretary of the Treasury's second
by Mr. Clay, on the subject, 834; made the
Restoration of deposites, (Sce Government Deposites.)
Restriction of Executive power.
extending the time for the payment of revenue
1914. statements from the Secretary of the Treasury,
report of the committee on the subject, 804.
1230; taken up, 1252; and ordered to be print-
ed, 1257; again considered, and agreed to, 1813.
1108; referred, 1112.
1456, referred, 1717.
monstrating against the measures
of the Executive in relation to the Bank of the
United States, 1910.
Ross county (Ohio) memorial, on the subject of the cur-
Rule of the Senate proposed to be amended, 1288.
ified, and ordered to be engrossed for a third Salem memorial, on the state of public affairs, 1258.
proceedings on ditto, 1315.
Schuylkill county, a memorial on the distress of the
recently asserted by the Executive power, 1896.
Secretary of the Senate, Walter Lowrie appointed, 19. Virginia, resolutions of the young men of Richmond and
scrip; resolution calling on Treasury Department
for the amount issued, 2021.
land warrants; a bill to appropriate land to satisfy
them, considered and laid on the table, 2127.
such as had lost horses, &c. in the war with
Black Hawk, 1896.
meeting approving of the removal of the de-
considered and passed, 2079.
effects produced by the removal of the de-
Watervliet, New York, memorial in relation to public
distress, 1188; referred.
Sprague, calling on the Secretary of the Trea-
sury for the amount of trade between the United
States and the West Indies, 139;. resolution
agreed to, 140. Report was received as a
whole, but Mr. Shepley moved a resolution for
the information in detail, 333; agreed to, 336.
Wheeling, a memorial on the embarrassments of the cur.
Wilmington, Delaware, proceedings in relation to the
protest of the President, 1735.
stagnation of business, 2065.
Wisconsin, a bill for establishing the Territorial Govern-
ment of, taken up and laid on the table, 1906.
Island election to a special committee, 11.
the question of the Senate's appointing its own
on resolution calling on the President to know whe-
ther a certain document was signed by him, 37.
tions in relation to the deposites, 143.
the Judiciary Committee in relation to the pen.
sion fund and the Bank of the United States, 574.
on an amendment to one of Mr. Poindexter's reso-
lutions in relation to public lands, 824.
on laying on the table the motion asking leave to
introduce a bill for rechartering Bank United
Finance in relation to the removal of the de-
on passage of the bill authorizing the Governors of
the several States to transmit certain documents
free of postage, 1258.
John McCartney, 1288.
linquishment of the sixteenth sections of public
lands for the use of schools, 1316.
on an appeal from the decision of the Chair on a
point of order, 1450.