Obrázky stránek
PDF
ePub
[ocr errors]

-

[ocr errors]

2

[ocr errors]

Vol. No. Pa
Custom-house. Memorial of merchants and others for the
erection of, at Plymouth, Mass.

2 52
Customs. Emoluments of the officers of, and expenditures
for 1832

3 146

D.
Debtors of the United States, insolvent. Report relative to 2 69
Delaware Legislature. Resolutions of the, relative to the
ordinance of South Carolina

2 90
Diplomatic intercourse with foreign nations. Report rela-
tive to

2 94
District attorneys, and other officers of United States courts.
Fees of

3 148
District of Columbia. Petition of the Female Orphan Asy-
lum of Georgetown, in the -

1

31
District of Columbia. Fourth annual report of the Peniten-
tiary in the

49
District of Columbia. Female Orphan Asylum of Alexan-
dria, in the

2 64
Domestie manufactures. Agents employed to examine into
the progress, &c., of -

2 86
Draper, Simeon, et al., revolutionary soldiers. Memorial of i

14
Duty on imported hemp. Merchants of Boston against the
heavy

56
Duties on imports. American Institute of New York for
protecting

2 102
Duties on imports. Philadelphia importers of hardware

for amendment of the 10th and 12th articles of the

second section of the act of 14th July, 1832, imposing 2 72
Duties and drawbacks on imports

I' 7
Duties. Documents relative to the exemption' of merchan-

dize imported under certain circumstances from the
payment of

1 13
Duties. Citizens of Huntington county, Pennsylvania, for
a reduction of

2 50
Duties on imports. Legislature of Rhode Island in favor of
existing

2 57
Duties on imports. Legislature of Pennsylvania opposed to
any alteration of

2 58
Duties on imports. Merrimack Manufacturing Company op-

posed to lowering the existing
Duties." Inhabitants of Easton, Pennsylvania, opposed to
nullification, and in favor of existing

2 73
Duties on imports. Memorial of the New York Convention

of the Friends of Domestic Industry in favor of pro-
tecting

2 78
Duties on imports. Resolutions of citizens of Philadelphia
opposed to nullification, and in favor of protecting

79
Duties imposed by the act of 14th July, 1832. Philadelphia
merchants in fayor of an alteration of the

2 80
Duties. Legislature of Massachusetts opposed to nullifica-
tion, and in favor of the existing

2 81

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

2

71

D

2

Vol. No. Page.
Duties. Citizens of Middlesex county, Massachusetts, op-
posed to pullification, and in favor of existing

2 85
Duties of imports under the acts of 1816, 1818, 1824, '1828,
aad 1832. Comparative statement of

2 96
Duties payable under different rates. Comparison of, with

explanations by the Secretary of the Treasury relative
to estimated revenue of $18,000,000

2 97
Dees on imports. Citizens of Litchfield, Connecticut, op-
posed to a reduction of

98
Saties op imports. Citizens of Portsmouth, New Hampshire,

opposed to nullification, and in favor of a reduction of 2 99
Daties on imports. Farmers, merchants, and mechanics, of

Newcastle county, Delaware, opposed to nullification,
and in favor of protecting

2 100
Duties, protecting, and internal improvements. Legislature

of Georgia approve the resolutions of Tennessee res-
peeting

91
Duties. Importers of hardware in the city of Albany, pray-
ing an alteration of the tariff of 1832

2 106
Daties Citizens of Saratoga county, New York, opposed

to nullification, and in favor of the President's mes-
sage of 16th January, 1833, relative to South Caroli-
na, and of protecting

3 124
Duties on imports. Citizens of Westmoreland county, Penn-
sylvania, for a reduction of -

3 144
Duties. Citizens of Delaware county, Pennsylvania, for the
existing

3 134
Duties. Tonnage on foreign vessels, and Danish ship taken

out of the port of St. Bartholomews in 1828, by the
United States' ship Erie

3 129
Duties. Philadelphia importers of hardware for reduction of 2 72
Daty on hemp. Boston merchants opposed to the -

2 56
Duty on imported mineral or fossil salt. Baltimore mer-
chants in favor of a -

2 74
Duties on iron and hardware. Memorial of importers of

the city of New York in favor of amending the tariff
of 14th July, 1832 -

3 112
Doties on imports. Citizens of Vermont in favor of existing 3 111
Draties op imports. Citizens of Boston in favor of protecting 3 110

E.
Emoluments of the officers of, and expenditures for the cus-
toms in 1832

3 146
Engineer. Report of the Chief, on fortifications

1 2 85
Engineer. Report of the Chief, on internal improvement - 1 2 89
Engineer Department. Fiscal concerns of the, in 1832 1 2 102
Engineer Department. Estimate of additional appropria-
tions for the, for 1833

1 29
Engineer, topographical. _Report of the

1 2 123
Engineer Department. Topographical Bureau, and Third

Auditor, relative to internal improvements - - 3 116

[ocr errors]
[graphic]

H.

[ocr errors]

Vol. No. Page. Barbors, bays, rivers, creeks, roads, &c. Report of the Chief Engineer on improvements of

1 2 89 Harbas, rivers, &c. President's veto of the bill for improv. ing

1 17 Hzbor Appalachicola, in Florida. Improvement of

2 47 Hai pay, commutation, bounty lands, &c., to certain officers

of the revolution. Construction of the resolution of
Congress of 15th May, 1778, relative to

3 132 Harbors, rivers, roads, &c. &c. Report of the Engineer De

partment, Topographical Bureau, and the Third Au-
ditor, relative to improvements of -

3 116
Hardware, importers of, Philadelphia, to amend the tariff 2 72
Hardware, importers of, Albany, for an alteration of the tariff
of 1832

2 106 Hardware, importers of, New York

3 112 Haskell, Samuel, et al., revolutionary soldiers. Memorial of 1 14 Hospitals, marine, collection of the revenue, light-houses,

&c. Contracts, expenditures, and payments for 2 108 Hemp. Boston merchants opposed to a duty on

2 56 Hospital, naval, and privateer pension funds. Abstract of the

1 5 House Representatives. Contingent expenses of the, statement of

1 4 Hall, Isaae

1 27 Huron river, Ohio. Report of Chief Engineer

1 2 89

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

I.

[blocks in formation]

Illinois Legislature opposed to nullification -
Imports under certain circumstances to be exempted from

the payment of duties
Imports, duties and drawbacks on
Imports under the acts of 1816, 1818, 1824, 1828, and 1832.

Comparative statement of the duties on
Leports. Citizens of Litchfield, Connecticut, opposed to a

reduction of duties on
Imports. Citizens of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, oppos-

ed to pullification, but in favor of a reduction of du

dies on Imports. Farmers, merchants, and mechanics, of Newcas

tle county, Delaware, opposed to nullification, and in

favor of protecting duties on Imports. Merrimack Manufacturing Company in favor of a

reduction of duties on Improvements, internal. Report of the Chief Engineer Improvements, public, in Washington City. Appropriations

and expenditures for, in 1832 Improvement of Appalachicola harbor

[blocks in formation]

1 2 :

11 47

1

O

Vol. No. Page
Improvements, internal, and protecting duties. _ Legislature

of Georgia approves the resolutions of Tennessee de.
nying the right of Congress, extending to

2 91
Improvements of rivers, harbors, &c. President's veto of
the bill making appropriations for

1 17
Indiana Legislature opposed to nullification. Resolutions of
the

67
Indian Affairs. Report of the Office for

1

159
Indians. Instructions to the commissioners appointed to ex-

amine the land set apart west of the Mississippi river
for the

1 2 32
Indians. Letter of the Secretary of War to the Cherokees,

containing proposals for their removal west of the
Mississippi -

1 2 37
Indians. Memorial of the general council of Cherokee

chiefs, convened at Red Clay, August, 6th, 1832 1 2 39
Indians. On the subject of vaccination of the

2 175
Indians. Execution of the, to extend the benefit of vaccina-
tion to the

2 82
Indians. Abstract of licenses to trade with the

2 104
Indians, northwestern. Schoolcraft's expedition among the 3 125
Indian agents. Statement of accounts of

3 137
Insolvent debtors of the United States

2 69
Institute, American, of the city of New York, against reduc-
tion of duties on imports

2 102
Intercourse, diplomatic, with foreign nations

2 94
Internal improvements, on the subject of. Report of the

Engineer Department, the Topographical Bureau, and
Third Auditor

3 116
Inventions, useful. List of patents which have expired in
1832 for

2 70
Inventions. List of patents granted for, in 1832

3 130
K.

1

.

Kentucky Legislature. Resolutions of the, opposed to nulli-

fication

3 142

L.
Lands, Bounty. Report of the Office of

- 1 2 182
Land Office, General. Report of the
Lands, public, according to Mr. Clay's plan. Resolutions of

the Legislature of Vermont in favor of disposing of
the

1 21
Land office. Relating to the increased appropriations for the,
with Mr. Wilde's resolutions

2 46
Land claims in Florida

1 44
I.ands, public. Surveys, sales, expenditures, amount offer-

ed for sale, amount unsold for 20, 15, and 10 years,
amount of sales and receipts in each State and Terri-
tory, &c., respectively

2 63

« PředchozíPokračovat »