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Of the superintendent of Indian trade,

chap. 97, s. 3, p. 350
Of the agents, &c. &c.

s. 11, p. 353
Of certain custom house officers, chap. 98, s. 5, p.358
Of the judges of the district of Columbia augmented,

chap. 107, p. 373
Of persons who took an account of manufacturing esta-
blishments,

chap. 111, p. 380
Of persons engaged in adjusting land titles in Louisi.

ana and Orleans territories, chap. 113, s, 1, p. 383

COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY.

Duplicates of contracts made with the general post of.

fice to be filed in his chap. 51, s. 8, p. 162
To settle certain accounts for bringing home distressed
American seamen,

chap. 95, p. 345
CONGRESS.

Time of its next meeting fixed, chap. 7, p. 10
Members of, may transmit President's message free of
postage,

chap. 18, p. 31

CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.

An amendment proposed,

res. p. 210
CONSULS AND VICE CONSULS OF THE U.

NITED STATES. See Barbary Powers.
A reasonable compensation, to be fixed by the comptrol-

ler of the treasury, to be made to persons bringing
home distressed seamen of the United States
from places where there are no consuls or vice
consuls,

chap. 95, p. 345

CUMBERLAND. See Highways.

CUSTOMS.

Collectors of, to have credit for allowance's made to
owners of fishing vessels in lieu of drawbacks,

chap. 16, p. 22

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Goods imported into Boston and Newport and trans,

ported thence in a particular way entitled to draw
backs,

chap. 47, p. 103
Port of New Jersey added to district of New York,

chap. 100, s. 1, p. 361
Assistant collector to reside at the town of New Jersey,

ibid.
Sandusky district established,

s. 2, p. 361
Cape Vincent made a port of delivery only,

S. 3, p. 362
Collector's office to be removed from fort Niagara to
Lewistown,

S. 4, p. 362
Collector's office of Buffaloe Creek to be kept at such
place as the President may designate,

ibid.
Vessels coming from or beyond the Cape of Good Hope

may enter at Plymouth and Nantucket ports of
entry,

s. 5. p. 362
Bangar added to district of Penobscot, and made a port
of delivery,

S. 6, p. 362
District of Teche formed,

. 7, p. 363
Nova Iberia to be the port of entry--Collector to be ap-
pointed,

ibid.
Surveyor to be appointed for mouth of Rappahannock,

S. 8, p. 363
Compensations of the officers under this act, s. 9, p. 363

D.

DAVIDSON, GRANT LEWIS. See Grant, Lewis.

DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES.

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A loan authorised towards the redemption of the public
debt,

chap. 62, s. 1, p. 199
Preference to be given in the loan to the holders of
exchanged six per cent. stock,

s. 2, p. 200
Funds pledged for paying principal and interest,

S. 3, p. 200
An additional loan authorised, chap. 99, s. 1, p. 348
Funds pledged for its reimbursement; s. 2, p. 359

Derby made the port of entry for Mumphreymagog dis-
trict,

chap. 98, s. 1, p. 356

DRAWBACKS. See Customs.

DYSTER, JOSEPH JOSHUA.

The usual residence dispensed with in his case, towards
his obtaining a patent,

chap. 23, p. 36

E.

EDGAR TOWN, ENTRANCE of.. See Light

Houses, &c. &c.

ELIZABETH, CAPE OF. See Light Houses,

&c. &c.

EMBARGO.

Raised with respect to foreign vessels, which are per-

mitted to carry foreign or domestic productions
from the United States to any place with which

commercial intercourse is allowed, chap. 1, p. 384
Dispensed with in regard to certain fugitives from Cuba,

chap. 8, s. 2, p. 12
Fines, &c. &c. under embargo laws recoverable after

the expiration of the laws, chap. 9, s. 2, p. 14

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FINES, PENALTIES AND FORFEITURES.

President may remit certain penalties and forfeitures
in the case of fugitives from Cuba,

chap. 8, s. 1, p. 11
Interest of United States, in monies arising from sale
of the ship Clara, remitted to the owners,

chap. 8, s. 13, p. 13
Fines, penalties, &c. &c. under embargo and non-inter-
course laws saved to the parties,

chap. 9, s. 2, p. 14
Penalties for going to prohibited ports, &c. &c.

S. 3, p. 15
How to be recovered, &c. &c.

S. 4, p. 16
Exemption from fines, &c. &c. of vessels which have

arrived in the United States, between 20th May
and 30th June,

S. 5, p. 16
Remission of penalties, &c. &c. in the case of a breach
of the slave act,

chap. 24, s. 2, p. 38
Penalty for making a false return in the case of the
census,

chap. 35, s. 2, p. 67
Further penalties,

S. 3, p. 63
Upon heads of families for not rendering an account of
the several members composing them,

S. 6, p. 70
Assistants of marshals incur forfeitures for not posting

up their lists, &c. &c. chap. 35, s. 7, p.71
For evading payment of tolls, chap. 44, s. 13, p. 98
For others than free white persons carrying the mail,

chap. 54, s. 4, p. 160
For obstructing the mail,

s. 7, p. 161
For charging unauthorised rates of postage,

S. 13, p. 164
For violating regulations with respect to letters carried
coastwise,

s. 14, p. 164
Penalties upon others than the postmaster general's es-
tablishing posts,

chap. 54, S. 16, p. 165
For delaying, opening or detaining letters, &c. &c.

S. 18, p. 168
For injuring portmantuas, &c. &c. S. 20, p. 171
For franking,

S. 25, p. 174
For the deputies not making due returns to the general
post office,

S. 30, p 178.

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To whom pecuniary penalties, under this law, enure,

S. 31, p. 178
For having intercourse with certain interdicted foreign
vessels,

chap. 156, s. 2, p. 187
Certain penalties in the case of W. W. Weymouth and

Joseph P. Weeks, remitted, chap. 66, p. 205
Upon sheriffs of Indiana, neglecting performance of cer-
tain duties,

chap. 105, s. 3, p. 369
Further penalty,

S. 5, p. 369

FORT NIAGARA. See Customs.

FORTIFICATIONS. Sce Appropriations and Pre-

sident of the United States.

FOSDICK, NATHANIEL F.

To be discharged from his imprisonment Conditions,
&c. &c.

chap. 80, p. 268

FOSTER, ANDREW, LATE PART OWNER

OF SHIP CLARA. See Fines, penalties and
forfeitures.

FRANCE.

President authorised to make certain arrangements in

regard to fugitives from Cuba with minister ple-
nipotentiary of France, chap. 8, s. 2, p. 12

G.

GRANT, JOAB.

Permitted to withdraw his entry, and locate it elsewhere

in district of Vincennes, chap. 28, s. 2, p. 42

GIRAUD, JACOB P. LATE PART OWNER OF

SHIP CLARA. See Fines, &c. &c.

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