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Those who voted in the negative, are

Willis Alston, junior,

William Anderson,

Ezekie! Bacon,

David Bard,

William f. Barry,

Burwell Bassett,

Abijah Bigelow,
Adam Boyd,

William A. Burwell,
William Butler,
Joseph Calhoun,
Epaphroditus Champion,
Martin Chittenden,
Matthew Clay,
Howell Cobb,
James Cochran,
William Crawford,
Richard Cutts,
Joseph Desha,
James Emott,
William Findley,
Jonathan Fisk,
Meshack Franklin,
Barzillai Gannett,
Gideon Gardner,
David S. Garland,
Thomas Gholson,·
Charles Goldsborough,
Peterson Goodwyn,
William Helms,

James Holland,

Jonathan H. Hubbard,

Jacob Hufty,

Ebenezer Huntington,

Richard Jackson, junior, Robert Jenkins,

Richard I. Johnson,

Thomas Kenan,

William Kennedy,

Herman Knickerbacker,

Joseph i.ewis, junior,
Aaron Lyle,
Vincent Matthews,
Archibald M.Bryde.
Samuel McKee,

Alexander M'Kim,
William Milnor,
John Montgomery,
Nicholas R. Moore,
Jonathan O Moseley,
Gurdon S. Mumford,
Thomas Newton,
John Nicholson,
Joseph Pearson,
John Porter,
Peter B Porter,
Josiah Quincy,

John Rhea. (Tennessee)
Matthias Richards,
Samuel Ringgold,
John Roane,
Erastus Root,
Ebenezer Sage,
Thomas Sammons,
John A. Scudder,
Ebenezer Seaver,
Adam Seybert,
Samuel Shaw,
Danie! Sheffey,
Dennis Smelt,
John Smilie,
George Smith,
John Sinith,
Samuel Smith,
Henry Southard,

James Stephenson,

Lewis B. Sturges,
Jacob Swoope,

Benjamin Tallmadge,

John Taylor,

John Thompson,

Uri Tracy,

George M. Troup,

Charles Turner, junior,

Robert Whitehill,

James Wilson,

Richard Winn,
Robert Witherspoon,

Robert Wright.

And then the main question was taken that the said resolution do pass,

And resolved in the affirmative,

Yeas 79

Nay's 36

The yeas and nay's being demanded by one fifth of

the members present,

Those who voted in the affirmative, are

Joseph Allen,
Lemuel J. Alston,
Willis Alston, junior,
Ezekiel Bacon,
William T. Barry,
Burwell Bassett,
William W. Bibb,
Abijah Bigelow,
Daniel Blaisdell,
James Breckenridge,
William A. Burwell,
William Butler,
John C Chamberlain,
William Chamberlin,
Epaphroditus Champion,
Martin Chittenden,
Howell Cobb,
James Cochran,
Richard Cutts,

John Davenport, junior,
Joseph Desha,
William Ely,
James Emott,
Meshack Franklin,

Barzillai Gannett,

David S. Garland,

Thomas Gholson,
Charles Goldsborough,
Peterson Goodwyn,
Thomas R. Gold,
Edwin Gray,
Daniel Heister,
Jonathan H. Hubbard,
Ebenezer Huntington,
Richard Jackson, junior,
Robert Jenkins.

Richard M. Jolinson,

Thomas enan,

William Kennedy,
Herman Knickerbacker,
Joseph Lewis, junior,
Robert Le Roy Livingston,
Nathaniel Macon,

Vincent Matthews,
Archibald M Bryde,
Samuel Mec,
Pleasant M. Miller,
William Milnor.
Jonathan O. Moseley,
Gurdon S. Mumford,
Thomas Newton,

John Nichoison,

Joseph Pearson,

Timothy Pitkin, junior,
Peter B. Porter,

Elisha R. Potter,
Josiah Quincy,

John Rea, (Pennsylvania)
Thomas Sammons,
Adam Seybert,

Daniel Sheffey,

Dennis Smelt,
George Smith,
John Smith,
Samuel Smith,
James Stephenson,
Lewis B. Sturges,
Jacob Swoope,
Samuel Taggart,
Benjamin Tallmadge,
Jobi hompson,
George M. Troup,

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William Anderson,

David Bard,

Adam Boyd,

Robert Brown,
Joseph Calhoun,
William Crawford,
William Findley,
Jonathan Fisk,
William Helms,
James Holland,
Jacob Hufty,
John Love,
Aarch Lyle,
Samuel L. Mitchill,
John Montgomery,
Nicholas R. Moore,
Thomas Moore,
John Porter,

John Rhea, (Tennessee)
Matthias Richards,

Samuel Ringgold,
John Roane,
Erastus Root,
Ebenezer Sage,
John A. Scudder,
Ebenezer Seaver,
Samuel Shaw,
John Smilie,
Henry Southard,
Richard Stanford,
John Taylor,
Uri Tracy,

Robert Whitehill,
Richard Winn,

Robert Wright.

Mr. Troup, Mr. Bacon, Mr. Sage, Mr. Wilson, and Mr. Breckenridge, were then appointed the said

committee.

The House then adjourned until to-morrow morning, eleven o'clock.

WEDNESDAY, December 19, 1810.

On motion of Mr. Bassett,

Ordered, That the petitions of Amelie Eugenie Beaumarchais, heir and representative of the late Caron de Beaumarchais, deceased, by J. A. Chevallie, her attorney, presented the twenty-fourth of December, one thousand eight hundred and five, and the second of April, one thousand eight hundred and six; together with the message of the sixth of February, one thousand eight hundred and seven, from the President of the United States, and a report from the Secretary of State, of the fourteenth of December, one

thousand eight hundred and seven, upon the subject of the claim of the said representative, be referred to the Committee of Claims.

Mr. John Smith presented a petition of John Brumback and others, of the state of Virginia, stating that in consequence of the renewal of the patent granted to Oliver Evans for an improvement in mills manu. facturing flour, they have been and will be subjected to much inconvenience and expense in having, after the expiration and prior to the renewal of the patent, used the said improvement, and praying that Con. gress will exempt them, and all others similarly si tuated, from all damages which the said Evans may recover against them, and that they may continue to use the said improvement free of expense.

Ordered, That the said petition be referred to the committee appointed on the twelfth instant, to inquire what alterations are necessary in the acts respecting patents.

On motion of Mr. Anderson,

Ordered, That the petitions of the officers of the navy, presented the twentieth of February, one thousand eight hundred and eight, be referred to the committee on the naval establishment.

On motion of Mr. Tallmadge,

Ordered, That the petition of Abraham Whipple, presented the twenty-eighth of December, one thousand eight hundred and nine, together with a new petition from the same person, be referred to the Committee of Claims.

Mr. Morrow, from the Committee on the Public Lands, presented a bill providing for the final adjustment of claims to lands, and for the sale of the public lands in the territories of Orleans and Louisiana, which was received, and read the first time.

On motion,

The said bill was read the second time, and committed to a committee of the whole House, on Friday next.

Mr. Cutts presented a petition of sundry inhabi tants of Oxford county, in the district of Maine, praying for the establishment of a post route from Fryburg to Waterford, in the said county.

Ordered, That the said petition be referred to the Committee on Post-offices and Post-roads.

On motion of Mr. Root,

Ordered, That the petition of Jonathan Williams, colonel of the corps of engineers, presented the ninth of January last, be referred to the Committee of Claims.

On motion of Mr. Bacon,

Ordered, That the petition of Grove Pomeroy, presented the eighth of January, one thousand eight hundred and eight, be referred to the same commit

tee.

On motion of Mr. Wilson,

Ordered, That the petition of William Hastings, presented the first of November, one thousand eight hundred and eight, be also referred to the same com

mittee.

Mr. Quincy presented a petition of William Hyler, of Boston, praying to be placed on the pension list of the United States, in consideration of bodily injuries received whilst assisting in the repair of the frigate Constitution, in the year one thousand eight hundred and three.

Ordered, That the said petition be referred to the Committee of Claims.

On motion of Mr. Bassett,

Ordered, That the petition of the vestry of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the town of Alexandria, in the District of Columbia, presented the twelfth of January, one thousand eight hundred and seven, be referred to a select committee.

Mr. Bassett, Mr. Bard and Mr. Taggart, were then appointed the said committee.

On motion of Mr. Holland,

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