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Chicago and Mississippi railroad, petition of citizens of Illinois . 154, 161, 168, 171, 232
committee discharged.....

281
committee discharged from petition of citizens of Winnebago
county, Illinois

281
Chickasaw Indians, injunction of secrecy removed from the documents and pro-

ceedings of the Senate in relation to the transfer of certain stock of the Chick:
asaw to the Choctaw Indians..

379
Childs, Henry. (See bill H. R. 555.)
China, resolution by Mr. Clarke relative to the United States consular system

for China, and the violation of the laws of China by any United States
consul

79
mail steamers from California to China, memorial of James B. Moore, & Co. 167
committee discharged...

223
Chinn, Thomas W. and others. (See bill S. 301.)
Chippewa Indians. (See Saginaw tribe.)
petition..

184
(See joint resolution S. R. 60.)
Chippewa land district, change of the location of the land office, and establish:

ment of an additional land office in. (See bill S. 411

and joint resolution S. R. 70.)
reduction of the price of the mineral lands in. (See bills

S. 487 and H. R. 741.)
Choctaw land scrip, compensation to the registers and receivers of the land offices

for locating. (See bill S. 433.)
Choctaw Indians, injunction of secrecy removed from the documents and pro-

ceedings of the Senate in relation to the transfer of certain stock of the Chick.

asaw to the Choctaw Indians..
Chouteau, jr., & Co., P. (See bill S. 212.)
Cincinnati, Secretary of the Treasury allowed further time to report concerning

the sale and entry of certain lands in. (Sce joint resolution H. R. 61.)
Civil and diplomatic appropriation bill. (See bill H. R. 692 )
Yeas and nays... 208, 211, 223, 231, 243, 262, 263, 264, 269, 270, 270, 275, 276, 277,

277, 330, 331
Claflin, Gecrge S. (See bill H. R. 552 )
Claims, list of, resolution by Mr. Phelps for reprinting and continuing:

194
board of commissioners for the settlement of private, resolution by Mr.
Bradbury.....

94, 97
(See bill S. 409.)
miscellaneous, report of the Secretary of the Treasury, of payments for. 278
Clamorgan, Jaques, legal representatives of. (See Isaac W. Taylor.)
Clapper, Elizabeth. (See bill H. R. 22.)
Clarion county, Pennsylvania, citizens of, petition for an increase of duties on
foriegn manufactures..

175, 199
Clarke, Hon. John H., attended......

3; 3:9
resolutions, submitted by, viz:
Jist of treaties of reciprocity in navigation between the United States
and other nations

76
rescinded

98
alteration of the United States consular system for the Chinese and

Turkish empires, violation of the laws of either by any United States
consul, &c...

79
contract with Edward Mills for the transportation of the mails between
the United States and Bremen....

215
repealing 11th section, act 31 March, 1847, providing for an additional
number of general officers ..

250
repealing part of section 1, act 24th May, 1828, concerning discriminat-
ing duties, &c

98
certain commercial treaties, &c..

93, 98
Clarke, Catharine. (See bill H. R. 553 )
Clark, Satterlee. (See bll H. R. 569.)
Clarkesville Institute, memorial of the Legislature of Arkansas, for land for. 126

(See bill S. 482.)
Clayton, Hon. John M., attended..

50
resolution by, for the appointment of joint committee to report a mode
of examining the rotes for President and Vice President...

169
Clerks in the military burears, classification of. (See bill S. 453.)
Click, Henry. (See bill H. R. 230.)
Clifford, Naihan. (See Ambrose H. Sevier.)
Coasting trade, memorial of John S. Shriver for a modification of the act of 1793,
in relation to.....

5'

93,

93,

ton....

158, 164

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Coasting trade, amendment of the laws regulating, resolation by Mr. Hale...... 229

resolution by Mr. Webster for instructions to the United States

minister at London, in relation to opening the coasting trade
to foreign vessels.....

360
Coast survey, report of the Secretary of the Treasury with the annual report of
the superintendent of..

52
survey of the coast of Florida, report of the superintendent of,
communicated by the Secretary of the Treasury..

223
referred....

246
amounts appropriated for the coast survey, resolution by Mr. Ben-

70
message from the President, with a report of the Secretary
of the Treasury...

87
expenditures for, and results of the coast survey, resolution by Mr.
Davis, of Mississippi .

85
report of the Secretary of the Treasury

193
communication from the Secretary of ibe Treasury.

215
number of vessels, &c., employed in the coast survey, resolution
by Mr. Benton..

88
message from the President with a report of the Secretary
of the Treasury.:

205
report of the Secretary of the Treasury, with a report of the Su.

perintendent of the Coast Survey on an application of the gal.
vanic circuit to an astronomical clock and telegraph register in
determining local differences of longitudes..

106
proceedings of the chamber of commerce of Charleston..
proceedings of the chamber of commerce of New York.

209
proceedings of the board of trade of Philadelphia..

250
memorial of insurance companies of Boston.....

209
report of a committee of the American Academy of Arts and Sci.
ences, of Boston

221
Cobb, James D., leave to withdraw..

360
Cobbs, Elizabeth S. (See bill H. R. 622.)
Cochran, Richard E., widow of. (See bill H. R. 413.)
Cochran, Richard, leave to withdraw.

329
Cogswell, E. B. (See bill H. R. 497.)
Cogswell, Pearson, leave to withdraw

64
Colburn, Charles, petition ....
adyerse report.

151, 251
Cole, A. H. (See bill S. 224.)
Cole, Edward. (See bill H. R. 551.)
Coleman, Mary, adverse report concurred in..

57
Collins, John, memorial...

66
committee discharged..

229
leave to withdraw..

245
Colored persons, free, petition of Daniel P. Bedinger, relative to the transporta-
tion of..

112, 116
yeas and nays.
Colt, Samuel, petition...

54
report...

206
Columbia county, Pennsylvania, petitions of citizens oî, relative to the tariff 53, 65, 107, 175
Columbia river, road from the Pacific to the Mississippi, with a branch to. (Seo

bill S. 451.)
Columbia, District of. (See District )
Columbus, Mississippi, bill to cancel ilegal entries of public lands. (See bill s.

371.)
Colton's map of the United States, the British provinces, and Mexico, resolution
by Mr. Dayton.....

100
reporti..

116
Commerce and navigation, report of the Register of the Treasury, communicated
by the Secretary of the Treasury

139
Committees, business before committees last session, and not reported on, recom.
milted, motion by Mr. Eell...

103
motion by Mr. Downs...

103
Committee on Naval Affairs discharged from business recom-
mitted to it, under the resolution of Mr. Downs

127
Committees discharged last session, motion by Mr. Atherton to rescind the orders

of last session discharging the Committees on Commerce, Pensions, Military
Affairs, and Naval Allairs, from certain business.ru.

51

53, 92

113, 117

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Committees, resolution by Mr. King to increase the number of members of the
Committees on Military Affairs and Naval Affairs......

58
Committees of conference-
on bill S. 231, asked and appointed by the Senate....

219
agreed to and appointed by the House of Representatives.

239
repori disagreed to by the House of Representatives..

316
on bill H. R. 691, asked and appointed by the House of Representatives... 288
agreed to and appointed by the Senate...

288
report....

325
on bill H. R. 692, asked and appointed by the Senate..

304
agreed to and appointed by the House of Representatives.

320
report...

325
on bill H. R. 695, asked and appointed by the Senate....

312
agreed to and appointed by the House of Representatives.

. 320
report....

322
report concurred in by the House of Representatives.

321
report concurred in by the Senate...

322
on bill H. R. 599, asked and appointed by the Senate.

313
agreed to and appointed by the House of Representatives.......

315
report........

321
report concurred in by ihe House of Representatives..

321
report concurred in by the Senate....

322
Committees, joint-

io inform the President that Congress has assembled, &c.-
on the part of the Senate

6
on the part of the House.....

6
report ..

6
to inform the President that Congress is ready to adjourn-
on the part of the Senate....

338, 339
on the part of the House.....

339
report.

339
to report a mode of examining the votes for President and Vice Pre.

sident, &c.-
on the part of the Senate

169
on the part of the House of Representatives

177
report of the committee, and appointment of a teller by the
Senate.......

. 181, 182, 214
report concurred in, and appointment of tellers by the House of
Representatives

200
to inform the President and Vice President of their election-
on the part of the Senate..

214, 219
on the part of the House of Representatives.

217
on the Library, (standing committee).-
on the part of the Senate, appointed..

59, 358
on Enrolled Bills-(standing committee)-
on the part of the Senate, appointed.

.59, 63, 261, 338
on Printing-(standing committee)—
on the part of the Senate, appointed

59, 358
member added..

360
Committees, Select-
on bill S. 353, to provide for taking the seventh census..........

64
report...

260
on bill S. 350, for the admission of California into the Union as a
State.

148
on the memorial of Johnson K. Rogers in behair of the Cherokees. . 221
member excused

225
member appointed....

225
on the memorial of Charles G. Page.

231
report...

273
Committees, Special -

to inquire into the eligibility of the Hon. James Shields to a seat
in the Senate.

357, 358
authorized to send for persons and papers.

359
report.....

361, 363, 365, 366
yeas and nays..

..363, 363, 365, 366, 366
to inquire into the expediency of repeating the 1st section of the

act of 24th May, 1828, in addition to the act concerning dis-
criminating duties, &c...

93, 98
to inform the President that the Senate has assembled, &o....., 357

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Committees, special-Continued.
to inform the President that the Senate is ready to adjourn....

370
report......

370
Committees, standing-

motions to fix a time for the appointment of the standing commit.
tees--by Mr. King..

52
by Mr. Turney.

357
resolution by Mr. King suspending the 34th rule, and appointing the
standing committees

58
resolution by Mr. Mangum appointing the committees for the special
session...

358
on Foreign Relations-
appointed..

58, 358
discharged..

329
on Finance
appointed

... 58, 259, 358
on Commerce-
appointed

58, 358
motion by Mr. Atherton to rescind the order of last session dis.
charging the committee from certain business...

51
discharged

329
on Manufactures--
appointed

58, 63, 358
on Agriculture
appointed

58, 358
on Military Affairs-

appointed
motion by Mr. Atherton to rescind the order of last session, dis-

58, 80, 358
charging the committee from certain business..

51
resolution by Mr. King to increase the number of members....

58
member excused..

80
on the Militia-
appointed..

.....

58, 358
on Naval Affairs
appointed

58, 358
motion by Mr. Atherton to rescind the order of last session, dis-
charging the committce from certain business..

51
discharged from certain business..

127
resolution by Mr. King to increase the number of members.....

58
discharged from all subjects not reported on...

329
on Public Lands-
appointed ...

58, 358
discharged..

281
on Private Land Claims-
appointed

58, 63, 358
on Indian Affairs

appointed ...
business before the committee last session, and not reported on, re-

59, 358
committed....

103
discharged....

329
of Claims-
appointed....

59, 72, 358, 361
members excused...
resolutions by Mr. Mason for a clerk..

72, 361

94, 292
on Revolutionary Claims-
appointed.

59, 358
discharged...

329
on the Judiciary--

appointed
on the Post Office and Post Roads

appointed...
on Roads and Canals-1

appointed
on Pensions

59, 358
appointed.
motion by Mr. Atherton to rescind the order of last session, dis-

59, 358
charging the committee from certain business..

51
authorized to employ a clerk..

76

59, 358

59, 358

59,

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Committees, standing, continued-

on the District of Columbia-
appointed .....

59, 358
on Patents and Patent Office-
appointed...,

59, 358
on Retrenchment-
appointed.

59, 358
on Territories
appointed..

358
on Public Buildings
appointed

.. 59, 358
to Audit and Control the Contingent Expenses of the Senate-
appointed....

59, 358, 359, 359
members excused..

359, 339
on Printing-(see Committees, Joint.)
on Engrossed Bills-
appointed

59, 358
on the Library-(see Committees, Joint.)

on Enrolled Bills-(see Committees, Joint.)
Comptroller, Second, and Second Auditor, report showing the amount due the
Cherokees under the treaty of 1846...

131
referred.

134
communication relative to the above report...

137
Conferences. (See Committess of Conference.)
Congress, appointment of a joint committee to inform the President that Con-

gress has assembled, &c.—

on the part of the House of Representatives..
on the part of the Senate..

6
report.

6
Congress, chaplains to, resolution by the House of Representatives for the election
of..

6
concurred in by the Senate....

49
Congress, appointment of a joint committee to inform the President that Congress

is ready to adjourn-
on the part of the Senate..

333, 339
on the part of the House of Representatives,

339
report......

339
Congress, debates and proceedings of. (See Debates.)
Congress, list of acts and resolutions passed during the 2d session of the 30th
Congress........

340
Congress, members of, memorial of citizens of Philadelphia, relative to the mile-
age of.......

171
committee discharged.....

191
petition of citizens of Niagara county, New York, relative
to the pay of.......

185
bill to regulate the mileage of. (See bill H. R. 745.)
Congress, printing of, resolution extending the time for receiving proposals for.

(See joint resolution S. R. 55.)
return of the resolution from the House of Represen-
tatives asked

177
yeas and nays..

177
resolution returned..m..

178
motions to reconsider....

178
communication from.the Secretary of the Senate and the

Clerk of the House of Representatives in relation to the
printing of Congress...

179
Congress, library of, portraits of the Presidents in the library of Congress, com-
munication from W. W. Chester and S. E. Guild relative to..

107
allowance to the officers and messengers of the library of Congress, re-

solutions...
Coniey, James H. (See bill H. R. 63.)
Connecticut, females of, petitions relative to slavery..

265
Connelley, John G. (See Cincinnatus Trousdale.)
Connelly, Mary, committee discharged...

172
Constitution, bill to provide for the more effectual execution of the 3d clause of

the 2d section of the 4th article of the. (See bill S. 239.)
resolution to furnish senators with copies of the constitution....

217, 297

178,

308, 308

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