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President and Vice President, appropriation for bringing 'to

the seat of government the electoral votes for Prevost, Stanhope, appropriation for. Prize money to be paid to the legal representatives of the late

Commodore John Paul Jones, and of the officers, seamen,

and marines of the squadron under his command Proclamation abolishing discriminating duties on French ves

sels and their cargoes coming from the is

lands of St. Pierre and Miquelon
suspending discriminating duties on Brazilian

vessels and their cargoes
Professors of mathematics in the navy, number of limited,

and their pay established
Public lands, surveys of to be closed on the boundary line

between Missouri and Arkansas
provisions of law requiring applications for the

correction of errors in entries of to be made

in six months, repealed
the 5th section of the act of September 4, 1841,

" to appropriate the proceeds of the sales of
the public lands and to grant pre-emption
rights,” to be so construed as to suspend only
such portions of said act as relate to distribu-

tion of the proceeds of
Pulaski, Fort, appropriation for
Purkis, Robert, act authorizing the payment of a sum of

money to

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Quapaw Indians, appropriation for
Quartermaster's department, appropriation for
Quartermasters and assistant quartermasters, (additional,) so
much of existing laws as requires the discharge of, at the
close of the war, repealed

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Ralston, William, act for relief of
Red River Railroad Company, certain duty bonds given by, to

be cancelled, and judgment against them 'released Register of the Treasury, appropriation for

contingencies in office of Register to issue to the barque Canton

to issue to the barque Sarah and Eliza
to issue to the barque Wilhamet
to issue to the schooner Robert Henry
to issue to the brig Palmetto -
to issue to the brig Encarnacion
to issue to the schooner James
to issue to the barque Mary Teressa

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Reseryations of lands under the treaty with the Pottawatomies

of 20th October, 1832, to be held, and may be alienated in

fee
Reporter of the Supreme Court, appropriation for
Revenue cutters, appropriation for construction of
Revenue laws of the United States, appropriation to pay

T. F. Gordon for 150 copies of Compend of
extended over Territory of Oregon

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Reynolds, Richard, grant of pension to
Richmond, Charles, act for relief of
Robert Henry, schooner, register to issue to

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Sacs and Foxes of Missouri, appropriation for
Sacs and Foxes of Mississippi, appropriation for
Sacketi's Harbor, appropriation for navy yard at
St. Augustine, Florida, claims of the Catholic congregation of,

and of Benedict Madeore, vicar general of Florida, to be

submitted to arbitration
St. Louis, appropriation for erection of marine hospital at
St. Pierre and Miquelon, islands of, discriminating duties on

French vessels and their cargoes coming from, abolished
St. Philip, Fort, appropriation for
Sarah and Eliza, barque, register to issue to
Savannah, Georgia, appropriation for custom-house at
Scammell, Fort, appropriation for
Scantland, James M., grant of pension to
Schuyler, Fort, appropriation for
Scott, Thomas, act for relief of
Scott, Major General, thanks of Congress presented to

a gold medal to be struck, and present

ed to Seamen on board public and private vessels of the United

States, amendment of the act of 1813 for the regulation of . Seamen, sick, appropriation to supply deficiencies in the fund

for relief of Secretary of State, appropriation for salary of .

authorized to issue his warrant for the

delivery to the agents of foreign govern-
ments of persons committed by the

courts for offences in foreign countries.
authorized to examine and settle the

claims of Joseph de la Francia Secretary of the Treasury, appropriation for salary of

contingencies in office of Secretary of War, appropriation for salary of

contingencies in office of

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Secretary of the Navy may make advances to certain contract

ors for carrying the mail in steamships
to enter into contracts with S. D. Dakin

and Rutherford Moody, and John S.
Gilbert and Zeno Secor, for the con-

struction of floating dry docks
to report to Congress, annually, the

number of floggings in the navy
appropriation for salary of

contingencies in office of
Secretaries of legation, appropriation for salaries of
Securities of Francis D. Newcomb, Secretary of the Treasury

authorized to make a compromise and settlement with
Seneca Indians, appropriation for
Senecas of New York, appropriation for
Senecas and Shawnees, appropriation for
Settlers under the act for the armed occupation of a portion of

the Territory of Florida to be entitled to patents for the lands

settled by them Shaw, David, and Solomon T. Corser, their claim for extra

mail service to be examined and settled
Shawnees, appropriation for
Ship island, in the collection district of Pearl river, made a

port of delivery
Sioux of Mississippi, appropriation for
Six Nations of New York, appropriation for
Slaughter, William B., accounts of to be settled on principles

of equity
clerical error in act for relief of, cor-

rected
Smith, E. G., act for relief of .
Smith, David N., grant of pension to
Somers, (late,) brig of war, act for relief of the widows and

orphans of the officers, seamen, and marines of Solicitor of the Treasury, appropriation for

contingencies in office of
four copies of Little & Brown's edi.

tion of the laws to be delivered to
authorized to submit certain claims

to arbitration
Soller's Point flats, appropriation for batteries at
South Carolina, certain post roads established in
Spanish steam.vessels placed on a footing of perfect reciprocity

with American steamers
higher duties paid by, ihan those paid

by American vessels, to be refunded Spellman & Fraser to be paid the value of certain stolen treas

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Spirit ration, (in the navy) commutation for, increased
Stalker & Hill, accounts of to be audited and adjusted
State Department, appropriation for

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State Department, Secretary and officers of

incidental and contingent expenses of

additional clerk in
Steamboat"Charles Downing," name of changed to "Calhoun"
Steam-vessels belonging to Spain, placed on a footing of per-

fect reciprocity with

American vessels
higher duties paid by, than

those paid by American

vessels, to be refunded.
Steamships, or other vessels, on being duly registered, may

trade from one port to another in the United
States and touch at one or more foreign ports,
during the voyage
such vessels to be furnished with certified mani.

fests
and subject to existing collection and revenue laws

appropriations for transportation of mails in
Stewart, Matthew, act for relief of heirs of
Stokes, Sarah, grant of pension to
Stokes, William B., act for relief of
Sumpter, Fort, appropriation for
Superintendents of Indian affairs, &c., repeal of so much of

existing laws as authorizes the furnishing them with of

fices and dwelling.houses
Superintendent of the naval observatory, appropriation for

compensation of
Supreme Court of the United States, appropriation for sala-

ries of justices of the
Surgeons and assistant surgeons (additional) in the army, re-

peal of so much of existing laws as requires the discharge

of, at the close of the war
Surgical department of the navy, appropriation for
Surveys of the public lands on the boundary line between

Missouri and Arkansas, to be closed
of certain islands and keys in Florida, authorized
of the coast of the United States, appropriation for
of the northeast boundary, appropriation for -
in continuation, of the northern and north western

lakes, appropriation for

of the public lands, appropriation for
Surveyors general, their clerks, &c., appropriation for
Surveyors of customs to be appointed for Cold Spring and

Greenport, N. Y.

for certain ports of delivery in Oregon Swiss confederation, convention with

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Tayloe, B. 0., act for relief of
Taylor, Mary, name of, to be placed on the pension roll
Taylor, Major General, thanks of Congress presented to

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Taylor, Major General, gold medal to be struck and present

ed to
Tennssee, certain mounted volunteers of, to be paid for the

use of their horses

certain post roads established in
Texas, legislature of, authorized to extend her eastern bound.

ary
certain post roads established in

payment of certain mounted troops of, provided for
Throckmorton, J., claim of, to be audited and settled -
Tortugas island, appropriation for fortifications at
Transportation for the army, appropriation for
Transportation to the United States and discharge of certain

troops engaged in the Mexican war, provided for Treasurer of the United States, appropriation for

contingent expenses in office

of . Treasurers, assistant, appropriation for salaries of

for clerks in offices of Treasurer of the mint at Philadelphia and branch miut at

New Orleans, appropriation for additional salaries of
Treasury Department, appropriations to supply deficiencies in

former appropriations for
appropriation for
for Secretary and officers of

contingencies in office of Secretary of Treasury notes stolen and counterfeited, payment provided for, viz:

to Jones & Boker

to Cook, Anthony, Mahony, and others Treaties, conventions, &c., viz:

with the Swiss confederation, for the abolition of the

droit d'aubaine and taxes on emigration, (appen-
with New Granada, of peace, amity, navigation, and

commerce, (appendix)
with Mexico, of peace, friendship, limits, and settle-

ment, (appendix)
with Hanover, of commerce and navigation, (appen-

dix)
accession of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg to the

treaty with Hanover, (appendix)
accession of Mecklenburg-Schwerin to the same,

(appendix)
Treaties with Indian tribes, viz:

Chippewas of the Mississippi

and lake Superior, (appendix) Pillager band of Chippewas,

(appendix) Triplett, William, right of pre-emption to a tract of land con

firmed to Trumbull, Fort, appropriation for

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