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tled "An act establishiog a quartermaster's de- ther provision for the sale of public lands, together partment, and for other purposes," as reported by with the motion for postponement; and the surihe managers at the conference on the said bill. ther consideration of the bill was postponed until They have passed a bill, entitled "An act to au- the first Monday in December next. thorize the Secretary of War to exchange lands Mr. BAYARD, from the.committee appointed to with the Ursuline Nuns of the city of New Oro consider the subject, reported a bill to enlarge the leans;" in which bill they request the concar- limits of the State of Louisiana; and the bill was rence of the Senate.

read, and passed to the second reading. The bill last mentioned was read, and passed to Mr. Giles, from the committee to whom was the second reading,

referred the bill for the relief of Charles Minifie, The engrossed bill to incorporate Moses Aus- reported it with amendments. rin, John Rice Jones, Henry Austin, and others, The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the into a company, by ihe name of the Louisiana Whole, the consideration of the bill to authorize Lead Company, was read the third time. the President of the United States to ascertain

On the question, Sball this bill pass ? it was and designate certain boundaries. determined in the affirmative-yeas 14, nays 12, On motion, by Mr. GERMAN, to strike out the as follows:

second section of the bill, which provides for the YEA5-Messrs. Anderson, Bradley, Condit, Craw- ascertaining where the waters of Connecticut ford, Dana, German, Goodrich, Gregg, Howell, Hun- river intersect the northeromost part of the 45th ter, Smith of New York, Taít, Taylor, and Worthing. degree of north latitude, it was determined in the ton.

affirmative-yeas 17, pays 10, as follows: Nars—Messrs. Bayard, Franklin, Giles, Horsey, YxAs— Messrs. Anderson, Bayard. Bibb, Gaillard, Lambert, Leib, Lloyd, Reed, Smith of Maryland, Tur- German, Goodrich, Hunter, Leib, Lloyd, Reed, Smith ner, and Varnum.

of Maryland, Smith of New York, Tait, Taylor, Turner So it was Resolved, That this bill pass, and and Varnum. that the title thereof be, "Ao act to incorporate

te Nárs-Messrs. Bradley, Condit

, Crawford,

Dana, Moses Austin, John Rice Jones, Heory Austin, Franklin, Gregg, Howell, Lambert, Pope, and Worthand others, into a company, by the name of the ington. Louisiana Lead Company."

And the President reported the bill to the

House amended.
Friday, March 27.

On the question, Shall this bill be engrossed

and read the third time as amended ? ii was de The bill entitled, "An act to authorize the Sec- termined in the affirmative. retary of War to exchange lands with the Ursu. Mr. FRANKLIN, from the committee to whom lioe Nans of the city of New Orleans," was read was referred the petition of Thomas Gordon, rethe second time, and referred to a select commit- ported that the prayer of the petitioner ought not tee, to consider and report thereon; and Messrs. io be granted, and that the petitioner have leave GREGG, DANA, and BRENT, were appointed the to withdraw his pa pers; and the report was agreed committee.

Mr. CAMPBELL, of Tennessee, submitted the On motion, by Mr. WORTHINGTON, the bill enfollowing motion for consideration :

titled "An act giving further time to the purchasers Resolved, “That a committee be appointed to in- of public land northwest of the river Ohio to comquire what provision ought to be made by law for plete their payments," was referred to a select completing titles on such special entries, locations, and committee, to consider and report thereon; and surveys of lands, in the State of Tennessee, as were Messrs. WORTHINGTON, Smith of Maryland, and made pursuant to the laws of North Carolina, and re- BAYARD, were appointed the commitiee. cognised by the act of the said State, commonly called On motion, by Mr. BAYARD, Mr. Tait was the cession act, and which lie west and south of the added to the committee to whom were referred, on line described in an act of Congress, entitled "An act the 12th instant, the bill, entitled "An act for the to authorize the State of Tennessee to issue grants and relief of Arthur St. Clair;" and the bill, entitled perfect titles to certain lands therein described,” &c. "An act for the relief of Thomas Wilson." passed on the 18th of April, 1806, and within the bounds to which the Indian title has been extinguished; and that the committee have leave to report by bill or

Monday, March 30. otherwise."

The bill to authorize the President of the Uni· Mr. Gilman, from the committee, reported the ted States to ascertain and designate certain bounamendments to the bill, entitled "An act for the Jaries having been reported by the committee correlief of the officers and soldiers who served in rectly engrossed, was read the third time as ibe late campaigo on the Wabash,” correctly en- amended, and passed. grossed ; and the bill was. read the third time as The Senate resumed the consideration of the amended.

motion made the 27th instant, by Mr. CAMPBELL, On motion, by Mr. REED, 10 recommit the bill, of Tennessee; and the motion was agreed to; and it passed in the negative.

Messrs. CAMPBELL, of Tennessee, BRADLEY, and Resolved, That this bill pass with amendments. GREGG, were appointed the committee.

The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the The Senate resumed, as io Committee of the Whole, the consideration of the bill making fur. Whole, the consideration of the bill for improv

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MARCH, 1812. ing the navigation of the river Potomac, oppo- grossed, was read the third time as amended, and site the City of Washington, together with the passed. amendments reported thereto by the select com The bill for improving the pavigation of the mittee; and having agreed to the amendments, river Pocomac, opposite the city of Washington, the President reported the bill to the House ac- having been reported by the committee correctly cordingly.

engrossed, was read the third time as amended, On the question, Shall this bill be engrossed and passed. and read a third time as amended ? it was deter The bill to provide for the designating, survey. mined in the affirmative.

ing, and granting, the military bounty lands, hav. The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the ing been reported by the committee correctly en. Whole, the consideration of the bill for the relief grossed, was read the third time as amended, and of Charles Minifie, together with the amendments passed. reported thereto by the select committee; and Mr. BAYARD. from the committee to whom was having agreed to the amendments, the President referred the bill, entitled "An act for the relief of reported the bill to the House accordingly. Arthur St. Clair," reported it without amead

On the question, Shall this bill be engrossed ment. He also reporied the bill, entitled “ An and read a ibird time as amended ? it was deter- act for the relief of Thomas Wilson," without mined in the affirmative.

amendment. The bill, to enlarge the limits of the State of Phe Senate resumed, as in Committee of the Louisiana was read the second time.

Whole, the consideration of the bill from the The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the House of Representatives, entitled " An act for Whole, the consideration of the bill to provide for the admission of the State of Louisiana into the the designating, surveying, and granting, the mili- Union, and to extend the laws of the United States tary bounty lauds.

to the said State," together with the amendments On motion, to strike out the words 6 fit for cul- reported thereto by the select committee; and tivation," it was determined in the negative-yeas. having agreed to the amendments, the President 12, nays 14, as follows:

reported the bill to the House accordingly: YEAS—Messrs. Campbell of Tennessee, Condit, On the question, Shall this bill be read a third Franklin, Gaillard, Gilman, Gregg, Leib, Reed, Smith time as amended ? it was determined in the affirm. of Maryland, Smith of New York, Turner, and Worth ative. ington. Nars—Messrs. Bibb, Brent, Crawford, German, memorial of Peter Landais was referred to a select

On motion by Mr. Smith, of New York, the Giles

, Goodrich, Horsey, Howell, Lambert, Pope, Rob-committee, to consider and report thereon by bill inson, Tait, Taylor, and Varnum. On motion, by Mr. CAMPBELL, of Tennessee,

or otherwise; and Messrs. SMITH of New York, to strike out two millions in the Territory of Lou: BRENT, and Dana, were appointed the committee isiana, and insert one million five hundred thou. Whole

, the bill to carry into effect the provisions of

The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the sand, it was determined in the negative-yeas 8, the eighth section of the act regulating the grants nays 17, as follows: Yeas-Messrs. Campbell of Tennessee, Condit, of the United States south of the State of Ten

of land, and providing for the disposal of the lands Franklin, Gaillard, Giles, Lambert, Smith of Maryland, nessee; and, on motion by Mr. Giles, it was agreed and Worthington. NÁYY-Messrs. Bibb, Crawford, German, Gilman,

that the further consideration thereof be postponed Goodrich, Gregg, Howell, Leib, Lloyd, Pope, Reed, 10, and made the order of the day for, Monday Robinson, Smith of New York, Tait, Taylor, Tur

pext. ner, and Varnum.

The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the And the bill having been amended, the Presi- Whole, the consideration of the bill giving further dent reported it to the House accordingly. And time for registering claims to land in the eastera on the question, Shall this bill be engrossed and

district of the Territory of Orleans. read a third time as amended ? it was determined and read a third time? it was determined in the

On the question, Shall this bill be engrossed in the affirmative.

affirmative. Mr. GREGG presented the petition of John Clarke, of the State of Penosylvania, praying remunera

The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the tion for services rendered during the Revolution: Whole, the consideration of the bill to enlarge the ary war, as therein stated; and the petition was

limits of the State of Louisiana; and on motion read, and referred to a select committee, to con

by Mr. Varnum, the yeas and pays were required sider and report thereon' by bill or otherwise; and

on passing the bill to a third reading; and, after Messrs. Grega, Reed, and Smith, of New York, debate, on motion by Mr. Anderson, the further

consideration of the bill was postponed until 10were appointed the committee.

Mr. Smith, of New York, presented the memo- morrow, and made the order for that day. rial of Peter Landais, praying compensation for referred the bill to incorporate a bank in the towa

Mr. Brent, from the committee to whom was military services,

of Alexandria, by the name and style of "the

Mechanics' Bank of Alexandria,” reported it with Tuesday, March 31.

amendments. The bill for the relief of Charles Minifie hay. Mr. Brent presented the petition of the Presiing been reported by the committee correctly en dent and Directors of the Bank of Washington,

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praying an enlargement of their capital, for rea- by known wounds received in the Revolutionary sons therein stated; and the petition was read, war, and for other purposes," was read the second and referred to a select committee, to consider and time, and referred to a select committee, to conreport thereon by bill or otherwise; and Messrs. sider and report thereon ; and Messrs. GREGG, Brent, Dana, and Campbell of Tennessee, were VARNUM, and Tait, were appointed the comappointed the committee.

mittee. A message from the House of Representatives A message from the House of Representatives informed the Senate thai the House have passed informed the Senate that the House have passed) a bill, entitled "An act to continue in force 'An a bill, entitled " An act to authorize the granting aci to provide for persons who were disabled by of patents for land, according to the surveys that known wounds received in the Revolutionary war, have been made, and to grant donation rights to. and for other purposes;" also a bill, entitled " An certain claimants of land in the district of Detroit, act for the relief of William Hubbell;" in which and for other purposes;" in which bill they request bills they request the concurrence of the Senate. the concurrence of the Senate.

The two bills Jast brought up for concurrence The last mentioned bill was read, and passed were read, and passed to the second reading. to the second reading.

Oo motion by Mr. FRANKLIN, the committee to The amendments to the bill, entitled "An act whom was referred the petition of David Porter for the relief of Thomas Orr," having been rewas discharged, and the consideration of the peti-ported by the committee correctly engrossed, the tion postponed indefinitely.

bill was read a third time as amended, and passed The Senate resurped, as in Committee of the with amendments. Whole, the bill, entitled " An act for the relief of The amendments to the bill, entitled "An act · Thomas Orr;" and the bill having been amended, for the admission of the State of Louisiana into the President reported it to the House accordingly: the Union, and to extend the laws of the United

On the question, Shall this bill be read a third States to the said State," having been reported by time as amended ? it was determined in the affirm- the committee correctly engrossed, the bill was ative.

read a third time as amended, and, by unanimous consent,'was further amended, by striking out, in

the ninth section and second line, ihe word " next," WEDNESDAY, April 1. i

and inserting the words "one thousand eight huaMr. Howell, from the committee to whom was dred and twelve." referred, on the 30th December last, the petition Resolved, That this bill pass with amendments. of Nathaniel Smith, naval officer of the port of The bill giving further time for registering Providence, reported, as their opinion, that it would claims to land in the eastern district of the Terribe inexpedieni to act any further on it this ses- tory of Orleans having been reported by the comsion; and the report was agreed to.

mittee correctly engrossed, was read a ihird time, Mr. BRADLEY, from the committee to whom and passed. was referred the bill, entitled "An act concern The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the ing the Levy Court of the county of Washington, Whole, the consideration of the bill to enlarge che in the District of Columbia," reported it amended. limits of the State of Louisiana ; and, no amend

Mr. Pope, from the committee to whom was ment having been offered, on the question, Shall referred the bill, entitled "An act supplemental to this bill be engrossed and read a ihird time? it 'An act making provision for arming and equip was determined in the affirmative-yeas 21, nays ping the whole body of militia of the United 8, as follows: States," reported it amended.

YEAS—Messrs. Anderson, Bayard, Bibb, Campbell On motion by Mr. Pope, the resolutions of the of Tennessee, Condit, Crawford, Cutts, Gaillard, Giles, Legislature of the State of Kentucky, commoni. Gregg, Horsey, Howell, Leib, Pope, Smith of Marycated on the 3d March, on the subject of public land, Smith of New York, Tait, Taylor, Turner, Var. roads, was referred to a select committee, to con- num, and Worthington. sider and report thereon by bill or otherwise ; and NAY8—Messrs. Bradley, Franklin, German, Gilman, Messrs. Pope, Campbell of Tennessee, and' An- Goodrich, Lambert, Lloyd, and Reed. DERSON, were appointed the committee.

The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the Oo motion, the committee to whom was refer- Whole, the bill, entitled " An act for the relief of red the petition of Charles Whitlow, were dis- Arthur St. Clair;" and, on the question, Shall charged from the further consideration thereof. this bill be read the third time? it passed in the

Mr. Giles, from the committee to whom was negative. referred the petition of Isaac Tryou, reported that The Senate resumed, as in Committee of the the prayer of the petition ought not to be granted; Whole, the bill, entitled " An act for the relief of and the report was agreed to.

Thomas Wilson;" and it was ordered to the third The bill, entitled "An act for the relief of Wil- reading. liam Hubbell," was read the second time, and The following confidential Message was rereferred to a select committee, to consider and ceived from the President of the United States : report thereon; and Messrs. Bibb, Horsey, and to the Senate and House of BRADLEY, were appointed the committee.

Representatives of the United States : The bill, entitled "An act to continue in force Considering it as expedient, under existing circum. "An act to provide for persons who were disabled l stances and prospects, that a general embargo be laid

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0,1 MM A ADERSON renewed his motion to suspend

on all vessels now in port, or hereafter arriving, for the use of the Senate, it was determined in the negaperiod of sixty days, I recommend the immediate pas-live-yeas 11, nays 21, as follows: sage of a law to that effect.

YEAS-Messrs. Bayard, Bradley, Dana, German, JAMES MADISON.

Gilman, Goodrich, Horsey, Hunter, Lambert, Lloyd, APRIL 1, 1812.

and Reed. The Message was read; -and on motion, by Nars-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Campbell of TenMr. BAYARD, that the injunction of secrecy be nessee, Condit, Crawford, Cutts, Franklin, Gaillard, taken off respecting the Message last read; it Giles, Gregg, Howell, Leib, Pope, Robinson, Smith of was determined in the negative-yeas 11, says Maryland, Smith of New York, Tait, Taylor, Turner, 21, as follows:

Varnum, and Yeas—Messrs. Bayard, Dana, German, Gilman, Goodrich, Gregg, Horsey, Hunter, Lambert, Lloyd, the twelfth rule for conducting business; and, on and Reed.

the question to agree thereto, it was determined Nars-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Bradlay, Campbell in the affirmative-yeas 20; nays 12, as follows: of Tennessee, Condit, Crawford, Cutts, Franklin, Gail.

Yeas—Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Campbell of Tenlard, Giles, Howell, Leib, Pope, Robinson, Smith of Maryland, Smith of New York, Tait, Taylor, Turner, Giles, Howell, Leib, Pope, Robinson, Smith of Mary.

nessee, Condit, Crawford, Cutts, Franklin, Gaillard, Varnum, and Worthington.

land, Smith of New York, Tait, Taylor, Turner, VarResolved, That ibe Message be referred to a num, and Worthington. select committee, to consist of five members, to Nays—Messrs. Bayard, Bradley, Dana, German, consider and report thereon by bill or otherwise. Gilman, Goodrich, Gregg, Horsey, Hunter, Lambert,

Ordered, That Messrs. Campbell of Tennes Lloyd, and Reed, see. TAYLOR, GERMAN, Pope, and BAYARD, be the On motion, by Mr. Campbell, of Tennessee, committee.

the bill was read the second time.

On motion, by Mr. Smith, of Maryland, the

bill was referred to the committee yesterday apTHURSDAY, April 2.

pointed on the confidential Message of the Presi. Mr. BRADLEY, from the committee to whom dent of the United States, lo consider and report was referred the bill, entitled "An act to author- thereon. ize a detachment from the militia of the United Mr. Lloyd submitted the following motion for States," reported it amended.

consideration : The following confidential Message was re Resolved, That the President of the United States ceived from the House of Representatives, by be requested to lay before the Senate any information Messrs. Wright and GRUNDY, a committee of in possession of the Government, touching our foreign that House ; Mr. Wright, Chairman :

relations, which has not been already communicated, Mr. President: The House of Representatives and which, in his opinion, it may not be injurious to have passed a bill, entitled "An act laying an the public interests to make known to the Senate. embargo on all ships and vessels in the ports and On the question to agree to the resolution, it harbors of the Uniied States for a limited time;" was deternrined in the negative-yeas 14, nays, in which they ask the concurrence of the Senate;|17, as follows: and the committee are instructed to impress on

YEA8—Messrs. Bayard, Bradley, Dana, German, the Senate a speedy consideration of the bill.

Giles, Gilman, Goodrich, Gregg, Horsey, Hunter, LamThe bill was read, and passed to a second bert, Lloyd, Reed, and Smith of Maryland. reading.

Nars-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Campbell of Ten. Mr. CAMPBELL, of Tennessee, stated, from the nessee, Condit, Crawford, Cutts, Franklin, Gaillard, committee appointed to consider the Message of Howell, Leib, Pope, Robinson, Smith of New York, the President of the United States of the first io- Tait, Taylor, Turner, and Varnum.' stant, that, having had intimation that a bill on the subjecí had passed the other House, the committee to whom the bill was referred, reported it

Mr. CAMPBELL, of Tennessee, from the committee would not at present make a report. amended. On motion, by Mr. LEIB, that the bill be now

Mr. ANDERSON was called to the Chair, and read a second time by unanimous consent, it was the bill was considered as in Committee of the objected to as against the rule. Mr. ANDERSON submitted a motion to suspend thereto by the select committee.

Whole, together with the amendment reported so much of the iwelfth rule for conducting busi

A motion was made, by Mr. BAYARD, to amend ness, as provides that the three readings of a bill the bill, by adding thereto the following section : be on three separate days; and, after debate, he withdrew his motion, in order that the following u An act concerning the commercial intercourse be

And be it further enacted, That the act, entitled motion might be taken up:

tween the United States and Great Britain and France, Whereupon, a motion was made by Mr. Smith: and their dependencies, and for other purposes ; and of Maryland, one of the majority, to reconsider the also the third section of the act, entitled “ An act supvote for the second reading of the bill, by unani plementary to the act, entitled 'An act concerning the mous consent; and it was again objected to as commercial intercourse between the United States against the rule.

and Great Britain and France, and their dependencies, On motion, by Mr. LLOYD, that the bill be and for other purposes,” be and the same are hereby printed, under an injunction of secrecy, for the I repealed.

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And, on the question to adopt the amendment, So it was. Resolved, That this bill pass with it was determined in the negative-yeas 13, nays amendments. 19, as follows:

On motion, by Mr. BiBB, a committee of iwo Yeas-Messrs. Bradley, Dana, German, Gilman, members were appointed to carry the bill to the Goodrich, Horsey, Hunter, Lambert, Lloyd, Reed, House of Representatives, and request their conSmith of Maryland, and Worthington.

currence in the amendments; and Messrs. BIBB Nars-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Campbell of Ten- and CAMPBELL of Tennessee, were appointed the nessee, Condit, Crawford, Cutts, Franklin, Gaillard, committee. Giles, Gregg, Howell, Leib, Pope, Robinson, Smith of The bill, entitled "An act to authorize the New York, Tait, Taylor, Turner, and Varnum. granting of patents of land according to the sur.

And the bill having been debated, the Presi- veys that have been made, and to graot donation dent resumed the Chair; and it was, by Mr. An rights to certain claimants of land in the district DERSON, reported with amendments; which were of Detroit, and for other purposes," was read the read, and agreed to by the Senate, as follows:, second time, and referred to a select committee,

Section 1, line 3, strike out “sixty;" line 6, to consider and report thereon ; and Messrs. WORstrike out under the immediate direction,” and THINGTON, Gregg, and GOODRICH, were appointinsert,“ in Lallast, with the consent."

ed the committee. On motion, by Mr. BRADLEY, to postpone the

The bill from the House of Representatives, further consideration of the bill until to morrow, entitled " An act in addition to the act, entitled it was determined in the negative.'

"An act to raise an additional military force," Ordered, That the bill, as amended, pass to a passed January 11, 1812," was read, and passed third reading.

io the second reading. Tbe following confidential message was re

After the consideration of Executive and conceived from the House of Representatives, by idential business, the Senate adjourned to seven Messrs. Calhoun and Williams, a committee o'clock in the evening. of that House-Mr. Calhoun, chairman:

Seven o'clock in the evening. Mr. President: The House of Representatives have passed a bill, entitled * An aci in addition Thomas Wilson," was read a third time, and

The bill, entitled " An açt for the relief of to the act, entitled 'An act to raise an additional military force," passed January 11, 1812;" in which passed. they request ihe concurrence of the Senate.

The bill to enlarge the limits of the State of After the consideration of Executive and con

Louisiana having been reported by the committee fidential business, the Senate adjourned.

correctly engrossed, the third reading thereof was postponed until to-morrow.

A moțion was made, by Mr. ANDERSON, to susFRIDAY, April 3.

pend the twelfth rule for conducting business in Mr. Grégg, from the committee to whom was

ihe Senate, as it respects the bill, entitled " A. referred the bill, entitled “ An act to authorize act in addition to the act, entitled 'An act to raise the Secretary of War to exchange lands with the an additional military force,' passed January 11, Ursuline Nuns of the city of New Orleans," re

1812;" and, after debate, he withdrew his mo

tion. poried it amended. Mr. Lloyd, from the committee to whom was time by unanimous consent, it was objected to as

On motion, that the bill be now read a second referred the bill to'annex the towns of Kittery, against the rule. Elliot, and Berwick, to the district of Portsmouth,

A motion was made, by Mr. BAYARD, to posto, reported it without amendment; and, on his moLion, the further consideration thereof was post- pone the consideration of the motion for the secponed to the first Monday in November nexi.

ond reading of the bill until to-morrow; and it The amendments to the bill, entitled "An act

was determined in the negative. laying an embargo on all ships and vessels in the

Mr. ANDERSON renewed his motion to suspend ports and harbors of the United States for a lim- the twelfth rule for conducting the business in ited time," having been reported by the commit: the Senate, as it respects the said bill; and it was tee correctly engrossed, the bill was read the third determined in the affirmative-yeas 15, nays 9, time.

as follows: On motion, by Mr. LEIB, it was agreed to fill

Yuas-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Campbell of Ten. the blank with the word ninety."

nessee, Condit, Crawford,: Cutts, Franklin, Howell, On the question, Shall this bill pass as amend- Robinson, Smith of New York, Tait, Taylor, Turner, ed ? it was determined in the affirmative-yeas

Varnum, and Worthington.

Nars—Messrs. Bayard, Dana, German, Goodrich, 20, pays 13, as follows:

Horsey, Hunter, Lloyd, Pope, and Reed. Yeas-Messrs. Anderson, Bibb, Brent, Campbell of Tennessee, Condit, Crawford, Cutts, Franklin,

And, on motion by Mr. ANDERSON, the bill was Gaillard, Gregg, Howell, Leib, Pope, Robinson, Smith' read the second time. of New York, Tait, Taylor, Turner, Varnum, and tion of secrecy be taken off as it respects the said

On motion, by Mr. German, that the injuncWorthington.

Nars-Messrs. Bayard, Bradley, Dana, German, bill, it was determined in the negative-yeas 13,
Giles, Gilman, Goodrich, Horsey, Hunter, Lambert, nays 13, as follows:
Lloyd, Reed, and Smith of Maryland.

Ygas-Messrs. Bayard, Condit, Crawford, Dana,

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