Author: United States. Congress House

Captain Theodore Reed : letter from Colonel James A. Hardie in answer to a resolution of the House of 22[n]d of March last to the Secretary of War, in regard to the murder of Captain Theodore Reed of Philadelphia, by the citizens of Accomack County, Virginia.
Message of the President of the United States, and accompanying documents, to the two house of Congress, at the commencement of the second session of the thirty-eighth Congress.
Report of the Secretary of War : communicating the several Pacific Railroad explorations.
Thomas H. Smith and Son : letter from the Secretary of the Treasury transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 31st ultimo, in relation to the case of Thomas H. Smith and Son, February 6, 1835 /
Speech of Mr. Rankin of Mississippi on the tariff bill /
Speech of Mr. James Strong of New-York on the tariff bill /
Message from the President of the United States to the two Houses of Congress at the commencement of the second session of the Thirtieth Congress, December 5, 1848.
Speech of Alexander Smyth of Virginia on the resolution amendatory of the Constitution /
Speech of Mr. Sprague of Maine on the tariff bill /
Memorial of farmers, mechanics and others of Anne Arundel and Baltimore counties against an increase of duty on imported manufactures.
Memorial of the citizens of Charleston, praying the establishment of an uniform system of bankruptcy.
General Robert Anderson : concurrent resolutions of the legislature of New York in relation to General Robert Anderson, March 31,1864, referred to the Committee on Military Affairs and ordered to be printed.
Admission of Oregon : speech of Hon. Alexander H. Stephens of Georgia in the House of Representatives, February 12, 1859.
Speech of Mr. Stetson of New York on the annexation of Texas /
Speech of Hon. C.B. Sedgwick of New York on government contracts /
"Hards" and "softs" : speech of Mr. Smith of Alabama in the House of Representatives, Jan. 18, 1854 : upon the subject of the differences between the two branches of the Democratic party of New York : and in reply to Mr. Cutting of New York.
The Galphin claim : speech of Mr. E. Stanly of North Carolina in the House of Representatives, Saturday, July 6, 1850.
Speech of Hon. Benjamin Stanton of Ohio in the House of Representatives : April 23, 1856 : on the power of Congress to exclude slavery from the territories.
Rivers and harbors : speech of Hon. E.G. Spaulding of New York delivered in the House of Representatives, Friday, February 14, 1851, on the Bill reported from the Committee on Commerce making appropriations for the improvement of certain rivers and harbors.
Speech of Hon. John B. Alley of Mass. on the principles and purposes of the Republican Party /