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Tariff. Citizens of Litchfield, Connecticut, opposed to any
alteration of the

2 98
Tariff. Citizens of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, opposed

to nullification, and in favor of a reduction of duties 2 99
Tariff. Albany importers of hardware pray for an altera-
tion of the

2 106
Tariff. Citizens of Saratoga county, New York, in favor

of the President's proclamation, and a protecting 3 124
Tariff. Citizens of Delaware county, Pennsylvania, in favor
of the existing

3 134
Tariff. Citizens of Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania, in
favor of reducing the

3 144
Tariff. Farmers, mechanics, and merchants, of Newcastle
county, Delaware, in favor of the existing

2' 100
Tariff of ties. American Institute, of New York, against
reducing the duties on imports

2 102
Tariff of 14th July, 1832. Memorial of importers of hard-
ware, of New York, for amending the

3 112
Tariff. Citizens of Vermont in favor of the existing

3 111
Tennessee Legislature opposed to the powers of Congress
relating to internal improvements

2 91
Tariff, nullification, &c. Legislature of Alabama on the sub-
ject -

3 141
Tariff. Inhabitants of Westmoreland county opposed to the 3 144
Topographical Engineer. Annual report of the

1 2 123
Trade with the Indians. List of licenses granted to

2 104
Treasury report on the finances

1 3
Treasury Department. Names and compensation of the
Clerks in the

1 43
Treasury report of unavailable funds

64
Treaty between the United States and the Two Sicilies 2 60

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Unavailable funds. Report of the -
United States. Acts of the several States ratifying the con-

stitution of the
United States' courts. Fees of officers of
Unproductive post routes. List of
United States and the King of the Two Sicilies. Conven-

tion between the

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Vaccinating the Indians. On the subject of

1 2 175
Vaccinating the Indians. Relative to the execution of the
acts extending the benefits of

2 82
Vermont Legislature. Resolutions of, in favor of Mr. Clay's
bill for the disposition of the public lands

1 .21
Vessels. Foreign tonnage duties on, and on the subject of

the Danish ship taken out of the port of St. Bartholo-
mews, by the United States' ship Erie,

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129

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Peto of the President of the bill for improving certain riv-
ers, harbors, &c., &c.

1 17
Villemont to Little Rock, in Arkansas. Road from

1 39

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War. Report of the Secretary of -
Wa. Report from the Department of
We Department Contracts made in 1832 by the -
War Department. Names and compensation of the Clerks

in the
War Department Appropriations made for 1832 for the
Wastington City. Appropriations and expenditures made

in 1832 for public improvements in -
Washington City. Report relative to the bridge across the

Potomac river at
Washington City. Memorial of the citizens of, in opposition

to a petition of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Company

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LIST OF REPORTS

I TO BE MADE TO

THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

AT TOE

SECOND SESSION OF THE TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS,

BY

THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS.

PREPARED BY THE CLERK,

IS OBEDIENCE TO A STANDING ORDER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

DECEMBER 3, 1832.

WASHINGTON:

PRINTED BY DUFF GREEX.

LIST OF REPORTS

To be made to the House of Representatives at the Second Session of the Twenty-second Congress, by the Executive

Departments: prepared in obedience to a Standing Rule of the House of Representatives.

Date of the law or

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1803, March 2

A return of the militia of the United States, with their arms

and accoutrements,

Laws U. S. vol. 3

531

1st February

A statement of the amount, with a description, of the coins

struck at the Mint, during the year 1832,

Laws U. S. vol. 2

263

In January

28

Jour. Sen. 15th C.

1st Sess.

112 December.

1824, April 30

A report upon the state of the public buildings,
A report of the surveys, plans, and estimates, of the routes

of such roads and canals as may be deemed of national
importance, in a commercial and military point of view,
or necessary for the transportation of the public mail,
which may have been surveyed,

Laws U. S. vol. 7

239 During the Sess.

resolution.

1818, Jan.

1824, May 24

A statement of the proceedings under the act, entitled “ An

act to improve the navigation of the Ohio and Missis

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