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President's Positions on 13th House Roll Call Votes


Vote#Description (Highlights are coding aids) asc / dscBill/ResPres "Vote"Pres NotesReps. 
h13v19TO PASS H.R. 18. (P. 382)HR181Yea vote
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h13v25TO PASS H.R. 14. (P. 393)HR141Yea vote
Signed July 24, 1813
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h13v33TO PASS H.R. 9.HR91Yea vote
Y, 130003
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h13v34TO PASS H.R. 16, (APP. 7-24-13), TO IMPOSE A DUTY ON SUGAR REFINED WITHIN THE UNITED STATES.HR161Yea vote
Signed July 24, 1813
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h13v35TO PASS H.R. 15, (APP. 7-24-13), A BILL TO IMPOSE A DUTY ON SALES AT AUCTION OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE, AND SHIPS AND VESSELS.HR151Yea vote
Signed July 24, 1813
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h13v37TO PASS H.R. 13, (APP. 7-24-13), TO LAY A DUTY ON CARRIAGES USED FOR CONVEYANCE. (P. 431)HR131Yea vote
Signed July 24, 1813
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h13v38TO PASS S. 17, (APP. 7-13-13), A BILL TO RELINQUISH THE CLAIMS OF THE UNITED STATES TO CERTAIN GOODS, WARES, AND MERCHANDISE, CAPTURED BY PRIVATE, ARMED VESSELS. (P. 434)S171Yea vote
Signed July 13, 1813
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h13v49TO PASS H.R. 12, (APP. 7-30-13), A BILL TO LAY DUTIES ON LICENSES TO RETAILERS OF WINES, SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS, AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE. (P. 455) 101HR121Yea vote
Signed Aug. 2, 1813
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h13v52TO PASS H.R. 10.HR101Yea vote
Signed July 29, 1813
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h13v54TO PASS H.R. 17. (P. 469)HR171Yea vote
Signed Aug. 2, 1813
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h13v57TO PASS S. 6, (APP. 7-26-13), TO PROVIDE FOR THE ACCOMODAT- ION OF THE PRESIDENT'S HOUSEHOLD. (P. 473)S61Yea vote
Signed July 26, 1813
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h13v59TO PASS H.R. 52, (APP. 8-2-13, 3 STAT. L. 53), FOR REDUCTION OF THE DUTIES PAYABLE ON PRIZE GOODS CAPTURED BY THE PRIVATE ARMED VESSELS OF THE UNITED STATES. (P. 479)HR521Yea vote
Signed Aug. 2, 1813
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h13v62TO PASS S. 22, (APP. 8-2-13, 3 STAT. L. 53), TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF LICENSES OR PASSES ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF GREAT BRITIAN AND IRELAND. (P. 485)S221Yea vote
Signed Aug. 2, 1813
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h13v72TO PASS H.R. 57. (P. 503)HR571Yea vote
Y, 130004
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h13v102TO PASS S. 28, (APP. 1-25-14), TO ALLOW CERTAIN PRIVILEGES TO THE INHABITANTS OF NANTUCKET AND MAINE, IN RELATION TO THE IMPORTATION OF PROVISIONS FOR SUBSISTANCE. (P. 1122)S281Yea vote
Signed Jan. 25, 1814
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h13v106TO PASS THE BILL TO PROHIBIT THE RANSOMING OF SHIPS OR VESSELS OF THE U.S., AND THE GOODS OR MERCHANDISE ON BOARD THE SAME, CAPTURED BY THE ENEMIES THEREOF. (P. 1144)HR1Yea vote
Y, 130011
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h13v122TO CONCUR IN THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 78, (APP. 2-10-14) FOR THE CONVERSION OF FIVE REGIMENTS OF INFANTRY INTO RIFLEMEN; SAID AMENDMENT TO RAISE THREE, RATHER THAN FIVE, REGIMENTS OF RIFLEMEN IN ADDITION TO THE MILITARY FORCE NOW AUTHORIZEDHR1Yea vote
Signed Feb. 10, 1814
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h13v123TO PASS THE RETURN OF VESSELS BILL.HR1Yea vote
Signed March 4, 1814
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h13v125TO PASS THE HOUSE BILL TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUING OF TREASURY NOTES FOR THE SERVICE OF THE YEAR 1814.HR1Yea vote
Signed March 4, 1814
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h13v128TO PASS THE LOAN BILL.HR1Yea vote
Signed March 24, 1814
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h13v130TO PASS THE SENATE BILL TO GIVE AN INCREASED BOUNTY ON ALL PRISONERS BROUGHT INTO PORT BY PRIVATE ARMED VESSELS.SRE1Yea vote
Signed March 19, 1814
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h13v131TO PASS THE HOUSE BILL (3-9-14), TO MAKE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY, FOR THE YEAR 1814.HR1Yea vote
Signed March 9, 1814
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h13v132TO PASS THE HOUSE BILL (APP. 3-19-14), TO MAKE APPROPRIATION FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT FOR THE YEARHR1Yea vote
Signed March 19, 1814
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h13v133TO CONCUR IN THE AMENDMENT TO THE HOUSE BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF GOVERNMENT FOR THE YEAR 1814, WHICH AMENDMENT PROVIDES ''FOR EXPENSES OF INTERCOURSE WITH FOREIGN NATIONS, 50000 DOLLARS''.HR1Yea vote
Signed March 24, 1814
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h13v148TO PASS THE YAZOO BILL. (P. 1925)SRE1Yea vote
Signed March 31, 1814
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h13v149NOT NOW PROVIDED FOR BY LAW, IN THE SAME MANNER AS IS PROVIDED FOR DEFRAYING THOSE EXPENSES ACCRUING AFTER THEIR ASSEMBLAGE AT THE PLACE OF RENDEZVOUS. TO AMEND THE HOUSE BILL IN ADDITION TO AN ACT ENTITLED ''AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR CALLING FORTHHR1Yea vote
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h13v151TO PASS THE MILITIA BILL. (P. 1931)HR1Yea vote
Signed April.18, 1814
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h13v158TO AMEND THE EMBARGO REPEAL BILL BY ELIMINATING THE SECTION OF THE BILL WHICH ALLOWS THE IMPORTATION OF BRITISH PRODUCTS.HR6Nay vote
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h13v161TO PASS THE EMBARGO REPEAL BILL.HR1Yea vote
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h13v163TO CONCUR IN THE SENATE AMENDMENTS TO THE EMBARGO REPEAL BILL, TO ELIMINATE THE THIRD AND FOURTH SECTIONS OF THE BILL; THE THIRD SECTION PROHIBITS FOREIGN VESSELS FROM TAKING ON BOARD AMERICAN SEAMEN, AND FORBIDS ANY AMERICAN CITIZEN TO TRAVEL HR1Yea vote
Signed April 14, 1814
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h13v165TO POSTPONE, INDEFINITELY, THE HOUSE BILL TO PROHIBIT THE EXPORTATION OF SPECIE, GOLD, OR SILVER COINS OR BULLION.HR6Nay vote
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h13v169TO PASS THE SENATE BILL (APP. 4-18-14), TO ASCERTAIN AND FIX THE COMPENSATION OF CLERKS IN THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE SENATE, AND THOSE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.SRE1Yea vote
Signed April 18, 1814
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h13v182TO PASS THE EMBARGO BILL.HR1Yea vote
Y, 130008
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h13v238TO PASS THE BILL TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL REVENUES BY TAXING SALES AT AUCTIONS, POSTAGE, LICENSES, LIQUOR, AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE.HR1Yea vote
Signed Dec. 23, 1814
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h13v239TO PASS THE BILL TO LEVY DUTIES ON CARRIAGES AND HARNESSES.HR1Yea vote
Signed Dec. 15, 1814
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h13v267TO PASS THE HOUSE BILL, (APP. 1-18-1813), TO LAY DUTIES ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, HORSES, AND GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.HR1Yea vote
Signed Jan. 18, 1815
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h13v272TO PASS THE DIRECT TAX BILL.HR1Yea vote
Signed Jan. 9,1815
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h13v301TO PASS THE INTERCOURSE WITH THE ENEMY BILL.HR1Yea vote
Sign Feb. 4, 1815
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h13v313TO PASS THE JEFFERSON LIBRARY BILL. (P. 1105)SRE1Yea vote
Signed Jan. 30, 1815
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h13v323TO PASS THE PUBLIC BUILDINGS BILL.HR1Yea vote
Signed Feb. 13, 1815
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h13v335TO CONCUR IN THE AMENDMENT TO THE TAX COLLECTORS BILL, TO ELIMINATE THE SECTION REQUIRING THE COLLECTORS TO ATTEND THE COUNTY COURT-HOUSE OF HIS DISTRICT ON CERTAIN DAYS. (P. 1192)HR1Yea vote
Signed March 3, 1815
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h13v348TO RECEDE FROM DISAGREEMENT TO THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO THE PEACE BILL CONCERNING BOUNTY LANDS FOR DISBANDED OFFICERS.HR1Yea vote
Signed March 3, 1815
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h13v350TO COMMIT THE BILL FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES AGAINST ALGERINE CURISERS, TO A SELECT COMMITTEE WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO REPORT THE FACTS UPON WHICH THE MEASURE CONTEMPLATED BY BILL IS PREDICATED.HR1Yea vote
Signed March 3, 1815
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