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Pitchlyn, Colonel Peter, Choctaw delegate, remonstrance against
union under one government of Indian tribes west
Illinois, relative to .
legislature of Indiana, relative to ". . . ...
Railroad. Memorial of legislature of Missouri, for grant of land to
Hannibal and St. Joseph -
in construction of railroad from Davenport to Council
Bluffs - -
to aid in construction of certain railroads.
List of . . .
diana, for improvement of . . .
provement of western .. .
hospital at -
Sales of public lands. Letter of Commissioner of General Land
Office, in relation to 5 per cent. reservation on . . 19.
. . . p. 3, 21
Resolutions of legislature of New York, relative to
of New Hampshire, relative to . . .
of Michigan, relative to -
legislature of New Hampshire, relative to .
lina, relative to
Slavery and slave trade. Resolutions of legislature of Wisconsin,
relative to ·
setts, relative to ..
ginia, relative to ·
to application of principles of “ Wilmot Proviso” to territory
acquired from Mexico -
· New Hampshire, relative to .
Indiana, relative to extending bounty.land benefits to, as
was extended to soldiers in Mexican war. . .
of principles of “ Wilmot Proviso" to Territories acquired
from Mexico . - -
against removal of ordnance from ·
for mail.route in . .
Missouri, for grant of land to aid in the construction of .
souri for .
house at mouth of . . .
p. 2, 21
Territories acquired from Mexico. Resolutions of legislature of
New Hampshire, relative to slavery in . . .
South Carolina, adverse to application of principles of “Wil-
mot Proviso” to . .
to slavery in the ..
ment of claim of .
Upper California, Frémont's memoir and map .
Virginia, resolutions of legislature of, relative to slavery and “Wil-
· · :
Volunteers in Florida war. Resolutions of législature of Florida,
urging payment to cortain •
Washington and Holmes counties, Florida. Resolations of legis-
lature of Florida, for land for county sites of
REPORTS TO BE MADE TO CONGRESS,
SECOND SESSION OF THE THIRTIETH CONGRESS,
PREPARED, IN OBEDIENCE TO A STANDING ORDER OF THE HOUSE,
BY THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES U. S.
December 4, 1818.