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Gov. Aaron,

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iards, salines, &c., in Missouri, leave to sell the,
Robe Joseph and Mary, Charles Cramer, George Kale, and
others, owners of the,

279
Sebrater Mary, heirs of Dauphin, John,
Settige law, ic refund the fine paid by Thomas Cooper under
the,

1 149
Stileghany, Bowie, Kurtz, and others, owners of the,

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Straiders of Philadelphia, praying the allowance of drawback

on the exportation of materials for ship-building, 1

rope-makers, &c., of Philadelphia, memorial of the, 3 369
Squares, Samuel,

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Sk. growth and manufacture of,

2 289
St.G.O., B. H. Reeves, and Thomas Mathers,
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Sher's central basio, Washington City,

3 375
central basis of water in Washington City,

3 376
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2 239
Save trade, Mr. Mercer,)
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3 318
Smart. Robert,

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Sarith. James..

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Srith, Richard, Antoine Deguindre, and other officers and soldiers, 2 268
, John and Margaret, George and Sarah Musser, James G.
and Catharine Ennis, heirs of Jeremiah Buckley, 3 316

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Soldiers, to discontinue the use of ardent spirits,

1 166
and officers of the Virginia State line, lands to satisfy the
elaims of the,

3 404
of the Revolution, to extend the pension laws to all the, 1
Sort Carolina militia claims,

1 66
Southwick, Solomon, Spencer Stafford, and J. V. N. Yates, sure-
ties of,

112

2 275
Scarks, Orson, and John Watson,

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Spez, Samuel,

124
Sreciic appropriations, (two reports, No. 150,)

1 150
Spinite ardeni, discontinue the use of by soldiers in the Army, 1 166
Siabord
. Spereer, and J. v.

N. Yates, sureties of S. Southwick, 112
ditto,

388
Sezgins, George, Conalesky or Challenge. James Ore, and Giles
McAnulty,

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Starsburg

, A. J., Draughtsman to the House of Representatives,
Storer, Dorothy, and Sarah Easton,

1 130
St Louis and Louisville mail route, Legislature of Indiana rela-
tive to the,

173
Steabepvile
, ladies of, relative to removal of the Indians, 2

209
Strele, Richard W.,

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Steam boats, to build two for removing obstructions in the Ohio
and Mississippi rivers,

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State Department, expenditures of the,

384

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ditto,

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Steuberville land district, Ohio, to inquire into certain land titles

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Stewart, William,
Standish, Nathaniel,
Survey of Cumberland river, to improve the navigation of the,

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Survey of Connecticut river,
Sunday mails, &c.

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2 294
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Tariff, amending the acts imposing duties on imports,

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resolutions of Legislature of Georgia relative to,

I 98
of 1828, memorial of Pennsylvania Legislature in favor of, i 146
of 1825, resolutions of Ohio Legislature in favor of the, 3 299
and Colonization Society, resolutions of the Mississippi Le-
gislature relative to the,

3 300
memorial of Philadelphia ship-builders and rope makers,
upon the subject of the,

3

369
Tannehill, Wilkins,

1

107
Taylor, Jonathan, Charles Wilkins, executors of James Morrison, 1 133
I ennill, Frances,

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Tennessee and Coosa rivers, a canal betwixt the,

2 180
Tennessee, leave given to issue grants for certain lands therein,. 1

137
river and Mobile bay, canal or rail road to unite the
waters of,

228
road from Virginia line to Mississippi river, through
the State of,

2

229
Legislature against rechartering the U. States' Bank,

243
Tea and coffee, Chamber of Commerce of Philadelphia upon the
reducing the duty on,

2 283
Philadelphia tea-dealers relative to reduction of
the duty on,

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282
Teel, John,

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132
Tingle, George E.

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205
Theus, Simeon, R. Bentham, administrator of,

2

260
Thomas, John H.,

336
Tharp, William,

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Thurber, Ezra, and Gideon King,

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Tipton, William,

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Townsend, Isaiah, and others, sureties of Garret Dox,

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109
Treadwell, William, heirs of,

1

156
Trahand, Jean Marie, heirs of, .

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Transylvania University, (two reports, No. 308,)

3

308
Treasury Department, expenditures of the,

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Tuillier, Francis Isidore, .

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Tuillier, John, heirs of,

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Tupper, Percia,

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Tuscumbia and Memphis road,

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Tracy, Elisha,

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Vawters, William,

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Van Antwerp, Margaret Cooper, Sarah Kirk, heirs of Major John
Campbell,

2 273
Vessels sunk in defence of Baltimore,

1 144
Villemont and Little Rock road,

2 218
Vine, Jean Baptiste, J. Porliers, A. Gardepier, and J. Jourdin, 1 81
Virginia, Tennessee, and Mississippi turnpike road,

2 229
Virginia State line of revolutionary soldiers, lands to satisfy the

claims of the, 3 404

W.
Watson, John, and Orson Sparks,

1 3
Washbura and Ripley, contested election,

1 88
Wall, Richard,

1 111
Walker, Jeremiah,

1 161
Watts, John H.,

1 12
Washington, fort, to purchase additional land tor,

151
Warner, William, George Conklin, executors of Joseph Falconer,
and Rebecca Williams,

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Water, supplying the Capitol with, (George Cameron)

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145
Washington City, improvement of the Pennsylvania Avenue, 2

184
Ward, R. J., and Matthew Flournoy,

2

225
Watson, Samuel, and George Hoppas,

2 231
Ward, Samuel,

2 242
Water, supply of to the public buildings, (Mr. Skinner,

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Ward, Ichabos,

3 320

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Washington, George, entombment and statue of,

318
Water, supply of to the public buildings, (R. Mills,) :

3 344
Washington City central basin of water, (Mr. Skinner,)

3 376
Walton, Jonathan, and John J. De Graff,

3 383
Water, grand central basin of, (Skinner,)

3 375
Wells, John,

1 30
Wendal, John H.,

1 119
Webb, Josiah H.,

2 183
Wells, Dorothy,

2 195
Wells, Benjamin,

2 241
White, Fielding L.,

1 140
Wheeling Bridge Company, memorial of, (2 reports, No. 349,) 3 349

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report on,

399
Whitaker, Ephraim,

1 117
Wilkins, John, Richard Biddle, administrator of,

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Wilson, John, administrators of,

1 13
Wilderman, Jacob,

1 41
Williams, Henry,

1 108
Wilkins, Charles, James Morrison, and Jonathan Taylor,

1 133
Williams, Rebecca, and Joseph Falconer, William Warner and
George Conklin, executors of, .

1 92
Williams, Elizabeth, widow of Thomas Williams,

2 188
Wilkes, Charles, jr., lieutenant,

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Wilson, John, heirs of,
Wood, Nathaniel B.,
Wood, Captain John, a Cherokee Indian,
Wolverton, Hiram, Peter Bargy, jr., and Stephen Norton,
Wolverton, William C. Daniel, Bargy, and Norton,
Wright, Silas, and George Fisher, contested election,

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'Yarnall, Peter, and Samuel Mitchell,
Yates, John V. N., and Spencer Stafford, sureties of S. Southwick,
Yates and Stafford,
Yeomans, Martha, widow of John Yeomans,
Yearly meetings of the Friends in New England, relative to the

condition of the Southern Indians,
Young, Joseph,

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1st Session

OHIO.

RESOLUTION

OF

THE OHIO LEGISLATURE,
On the subject of Domestic Manufactures.

March 15, 1830.
Read, and laid upon the table.

Resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That they concur in the opinion of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, as expressed in the following resolution:

" Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met, that the Tariff of eighteen hundred and twenty-eight accords with the spirit of the Constitution of the United States, and that it maintains the true principles of protection to the industry of the country against foreign policy and legislation.'

Resolved, That the Governor be requested to transmit a copy of the foregoing resolution to each of the Governors of the several States of the Union, with a request to have the same laid before their respective Legislatures; and, also, forward copies of the same to each of our Senators and Representatives in Congress.

THOMAS L. HAMER, Speaker of the House of Representatives,

ROBERT LUCAS, February 22, 1830.

Speaker of the Senate.

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I certify the above to be a correct copy of the original remaining in this office.

JOHN MCLENE, Secretary of State.

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