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Allen, Lieut. J. his journal of expedition to Northwestern

Indians,
Alleghany river, memorial of citizens, for the improvement of
Alabama, Legislature, pre-emption to actual settlers, and reduce

price of the public lands,
Alabama, report of register and receiver at St. Stephen's, on

land claims of heirs of Michael Dragon, -
Alabama, same, on claim of heirs of John Baptiste Budreaux,
Alabama, same, on claims of Baptiste and many others,
Appropriation, transfer of, army to medical department,
Appropriation, transfer of, payment of property lost, &c. to cer-

tain other appropriations,
Appropriations, naval, for 1833, amount expended and balance

unexpended,
Appropriations, War Department, for 1833, and expenditure of

3 180
5 420
6 496
1 4

1 5

72

the same,

5 390
1 21
3 133
6 522
1 35

Appropriations, estimate of, for 1834,
Appropriations, estimate of, for Indian annuities,
Appropriations made at the 1st session 23d Congress,
Army, contingent expenses for 1833,
Army, annual report of the Major General, of the organization,

strength, distribution, and recruiting service in 1833; see

Docs. President'a message, vol. 1, No. 1.
Army officers, adverse to bill providing for widows, &c.
Fort Monroe,

do.
Fort Dearborn, Illinois, do.
Armories, national, operations at the, in 1833,

Also, see Docs. President's message, vol. 1, No. 1.

3 96
3 130
4 205
4 322

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Arkansas river, report of engineer on the improvement of; see

Docs. President's message, vol. 1, No. 1.
Arkansas, patents for lands sold in, suspended,
Assays of foreign coins at the mint in 1833,
Asylum, naval, near Philadelphia, rules and regulations of

3 150
4 247
5 419

B.

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Balances, unsettled, in 1833, on books of Third Auditor,
Balances, unsettled, in 1833, on books of Second Auditor,
Balances, unsettled, in 1833, on books of Fourth Auditor,
Balances, unsettled, in 1833, on books of the Register of the

Treasury,
Balances, unsettled, in 1833, against receivers, sales public

,
Balances, unsettled, in 1833, on books of the Register of the

,
Treasury, collectors of the customs,
Banks in the District of Columbia, report of condition of in 1833,
Banks in the several States, condition of in 1819, (Mr. Craw-

ford's report reprinted,)
Banks of the several States, condition of, compiled from mate-

rials furnished by the Hon. R. H. Wilde, in 1834,
Bank United States, monthly returns of, from December, 1831,

to June, 1834,
Bank United States, report of the Secretary of the Treasury on

removal of the public deposites from the
Bank United States. Government directors, memorial of
Bank United States and its offices, condition of in 1819; also,

same in relation to State banks, (Mr. Crawford's report in

1819 reprinted,)
Bank United States. Message relative to the refusal of the Bank

to deliver over the books and funds for paying pensions,
Bank United States, Mr. Ewing's plan for a -
Bank United States, Samuel Martin's plan for a
Bank United States. State banks of Philadelphia, in favor of

depositing the revenue hereafter in the
Bank United States. Farmers' Bank of Lancaster, in favor of

rechartering the Bank United States, and restoring the pub-

lic deposites,
Bank United States. Bank of Chambersburg, in favor of re-

storing deposites,
Bank United States. Exchange Bank, Portland, Maine, on re-

ceiving the deposites,
Bank United States. Merchants and Manufacturers' Bank,

Pittsburg, in favor of restoring the public deposites to the
Bank United States. Banks of Frederick county, in favor of

recharter of Bank United States,
Bank United States. Washington County Bank, in favor of re-

charter of Bank United States, and restore the public de-
posites,

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Bank United States, memorials for and against the restoration
of the deposites, and for and against the recharter of, to wit:

From Maine, in favor.
Portland, citizens, in favor of making the deposites in the
Bank United States, -

2 74
Exchange Bank of Portland, on their receiving the depo-
sites,

2 74
Bangor, inhabitants, in favor of rechartering the Bank, with
modifications,

3 125
Eastport, inhabitants, asking relief from the deranged state
of the currency,

3 171
Lubec, inhabitants, in favor of rechartering Bank United
States,

3 172
J. C. Churchill and others, complaining of certain state-
ments made by their representative,

3 173
Bath, inhabitants, asking for relief from the deranged state
of the currency,

4 250
Hallowell, proceedings of meeting, in favor of a National

Bank, and disapproving of the removal of the deposites, 6 475

2 75

Against.
Legislature, approving of the removal of the public depo-

sites, and opposed to the recharter of the Bank United
States,

From New HAMPSHIRE, in favor.
Portsmouth, merchants and others, in favor of restoring

the public deposites to the Bank United States,
Somersworth, inhabitants, in favor of restoring the public

deposites to the Bank United States,
Town of Dover, inhabitants, asking relief from the embar-

rassed state of the currency,

3 102

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4 252

4 326

Against.

Legislature, against the Bank United States,

. 6 520

FROM MASSACHUSETTS, in favor.

Boston, citizens of, asking relief from the deranged state of

the currency,

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Boston, citizens of, in favor of the Bank,
New Bedford, merchants, in favor of restoring the public

deposites to the Bank,
New Bedford, merchants, in favor of rechartering the

Bank,
Legislature, resolutions in favor of restoring the public

deposites, and a recharter of the Bank,
Worcester, citizens, in favor of rechartering the Bank,

3 153

3 174
3 176

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