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President's Positions on 21st House Roll Call Votes


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h21v17TO TABLE H.R. 208, A BILL REDUCING AND MODIFYING THE DUTIES ON CERTAIN IMPORTED ITEMS, AND ALLOWING A DRAWBACK ON SPIRITS DISTILLED FROM FOREIGN MOLASSES. (P. 268).8,18306Nay vote
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h21v21TO TABLE THE RESOLUTION PROVIDING THAT PUBLIC FUNDS BE USED FOR THE GENERAL GOOD; THAT NO APPROPRIATIONS BE MADE FAVORING THE PROPERTY OF ANY ONE SECTION OF THE COUNTRY; THAT PAYMENT OF THE PUBLIC DEBT TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS.16,18306Nay vote
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h21v23TO PASS H.R. 218, (APP. 4-24-30), A BILL FOR THE RELIEF OF RELATIVES OF THE CREW OF THE SLOOP OF WAR HORNET. (P. 309).18,18301Yea vote
Signed April 24, 1830 per record, private bill
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h21v45TO TABLE H.R. 82, A BILL FOR THE RELIEF OF SUSAN DECATUR, WIDOW AND LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE OF STEPHEN DECATUR. (P. 407)CH12,1836Nay vote
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h21v67TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION INSTRUCTING THE COMMITTEE ON PENSION TO REPORT A BILL, EXTENDING BENEFITS TO EVERY NEEDY VETERAN OF REVOLUTIONARY WAR. (P. 508)IL6,18301Yea vote
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h21v76TO AMEND H.R. 207, (APP. 5-14-30), A BILL REDUCING THE DUTIES ON COFFEE AND TEA, BY REDUCING THE DUTY ON COFFEE FROM 2 CENTS PER POUND TO 1 1/2 CENTS AFTER DEC. 31, 1831. (P. 552)IL20,1831Yea vote
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h21v77TO CALL FOR THE PREVIOUS QUESTION ON H.R. 207 (APP. 5-14-30), A BILL REDUCING THE DUTY ON COFFEE AND TEA. (P. 554)IL20,1831Yea vote
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h21v88TO PROCEED TO CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 82, A BILL TO COMPENSATE SUSAN DECATUR, WIDOW AND LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE OF CAPTAIN STEPHEN DECATUR, AND OTHERS. (P. 590)11,8301Yea vote
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h21v97TO AMEND H.R. 164 BY ADDING AN ELEVENTH SECTION REPEALING THE ACT OF MAY 22, 1828, AND THE DUTIES IMPOSED THEREIN. (P. 627)111,8301Yea vote
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h21v99TO AMEND BY SUBSTITUTION, H.R. 164, BY INSETTING AN ACT REPEALING THE ACT OF MAY 19, 1828, AND RETURNING ALL DUTIES TO THE LEVEL EXISTING PRIOR TO SAID ACT, EXCEPT THE DUTY ON SALT.111,8301Yea vote
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h21v108TO PASS H.R. 184, (APP. 5-26-30), AN ACT ENCORPORATING THE ALEXANDRIA CANAL COMPANY. (P. 644)HR1841Yea vote
Signed May 26, 1830 per record, might be private bill
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h21v109TO PASS H.R. 164.131,8301Yea vote
APP. 5-26-30
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h21v149TO PASS S. 102. (P. 729)261,8301Yea vote
Signed May 28, 1830
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h21v150TO PASS H.R. 275, (APP. 5-29-30), A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE SETTLEMENT OF THE ACCOUNTS OF CERTAIN DIPLOMATIC FUNCTIONARIES. (P. 744)271,8301Yea vote
Signed May 26, 1830
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h21v156TO PASS H.R. 474. (&. 669)271,8301Yea vote
Signed May 29, 1830
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h21v157TO PASS H.R. 479, A BILL REDUCING THE DUTY ON MOLASSES AND ALLOWING A DRAWBACK ON SPIRITS DISTILLED FROM FOREIGN MATERIALS. (P. 684)271,8301Yea vote
Signed May 29, 1830
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h21v158TO PASS H.R. 495, (APP. 5-29-30), A BILL AMENDING THE ACTS REGULATING COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE BETWEEN THE U.S. AND COLONIES OF ENGLAND. (P. 756)271,8301Yea vote
Signed May 29, 1830
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h21v162TO PASS H.R. 285. (P. 761)281,8306Nay vote
Vetoed
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h21v168TO PASS S. 19. (P. 779)291,8301Yea vote
Signed May 29, 1830
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h21v170TO PASS S. 51, (APP. 5-31-30), A BILL INCREASING THE TERMS OF THE JUDICIAL COURTS OF THE U.S. IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF N.Y., AND INCREASING SALARIES OF SEVERAL JUDGES. (P. 781)291,8301Yea vote
Signed May 29, 1830
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h21v182TO PASS S. 74, A BILL AUTHORIZING SUBSCRIPTION FOR STOCK IN THE LOUISVILLE AND PORTLAND CANAL COMPANY. (P. 803)S746Nay vote
Vetoed
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h21v184TO PASS S. 27.S276Nay vote
Vetoed
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h21v223TO PASS H.R. 330.HR3301Yea vote
Signed 3-21-31 per record, is a private bill
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h21v224TO PROCEED TO CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 82, A BILL REGARDING THE CLAIMS OF SUSAN DECATUR AND OTHERS. (P. 614)HR821Yea vote
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h21v244TO PASS H.R. 566, (APP. 3-2-31), A BILL MAKING ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF CERTAIN HARBORS AND FOR REMOVING OBSTRUCTIONS TO CERTAIN RIVERS.HR5661Yea vote
Signed March 2, 1831
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h21v246TO PASS H.R. 336, (APP. 3-2-31), A BILL FOR THE RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS OF THE U.S.HR3361Yea vote
Y, 210046
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h21v248TO PASS H.R. 565, A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF COMMISSIONERS TO STUDY AND REPORT A CODE OF STATUTE LAW, CIVIL AND CRIMINAL, FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. (P. 652)HR5651Yea vote
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h21v249TO PASS H.R. 407, (APP. 3-2-31), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIAT- IONS FOR PUBLIC BUILDINGS.HR4071Yea vote
Signed March 2, 1831
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h21v253TO PASS H.R. 584. (P. 361)HR5841Yea vote
Signed March 2, 1831
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h21v258TO PASS H.R. 652. (P. 820)HR6521Yea vote
APP. 3-2-31
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h21v262TO PASS H.R. 609, (APP. 3-3-31), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIAT- IONS FOR BUILDING LIGHT HOUSES, BEACONS AND MONUMENTS, AND FOR PLACING BUOYS. (P. 383)HR6091Yea vote
Signed March 3, 1831
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h21v266TO CONCUR IN THE AMENDMENT, AS IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, TO H.R. 528, WHICH AMENDMENT ELIMINATES THE PROVISO OF THE SENATE'S 10TH AMENDMENT REFUSING TO SANCTION OR APPROVE THE APPOINTMENT OF COMMISSIONERS BY THE PRESIDENT TO NEGOTIATE A TREATYHR5281Yea vote
Signed March 2, 1831
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h21v267TO PASS S. 100, (APP. 3-2-31), A BILL FOR THE CONTINUATION OF THE CUMBERLAND ROAD IN OHIO, INDIANA AND ILLINOIS. (P. 845-1)S1001Yea vote
Signed March 2, 1831
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h21v268TO CONCUR IN THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 645, (APP. 3-2-31) A BILL CARRYING INTO EFFECT CERTAIN INDIAN TREATIES, WHICH AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT THE SUM NECESSARY FOR PUTTING INTO EFFECT THE TREATY WITH THE CHOCTAW INDIANS BE PAID FROM TREASURY HR6451Yea vote
Signed March 2, 1831
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