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President's Positions on 13th Senate Roll Call Votes


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s13v7TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF WILLIAM DUANE, TO BE ADJU- TANT GENERAL.Y1,18131Yea vote
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s13v10TO CONSENT TO THE PROMOTION OF THORNTON POSEY, TO BE LIEUT- ENANT COLONEL OF THE 7TH REGIMENT INFANTRY.Y2,18131Yea vote
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s13v11TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF GEORGE HELMBOLD, TO BE ENSIGN TO THE 13TH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY, EFFECTIVE MAY 20, 1813Y7,18131Yea vote
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s13v15TO PASS H. R. 8 (3 STAT. 22, 7/22/1813), A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION OF DIRECT TAXES AND INTER- NAL DUTIES.HR1Yea vote
Req 130003
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s13v20TO PASS S. 22 (3 STAT. 84, 8/2/1813), A BILL PROHIBITING THE USE OF LICENSES AND PASSES GRANTED BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.S1Yea vote
Signed Aug. 2, 1813
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s13v23TO PASS H. R. 13.HR1Yea vote
Signed July 24, 1813
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s13v24TO PASS H. R. 14 (3 STAT. 42, 7/24/1813), A BILL LAYING DUTIES ON LICENSES TO DISTILLERS OF SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS.HR1Yea vote
Signed July 24, 183
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s13v25TO PASS H. R. 16 (3 STAT. 35, 7/24/1813), A BILL LAYING DUTIES ON SUGAR, REFINED WITHIN THE UNITED STATES.HR1Yea vote
Signed July 24, 1813
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s13v26TO PASS H. R. 15 (3 STAT. 44, 7/24/1813), A BILL LAYING DUTIES ON SALES AT AUCTION OF MERCHANDISE, SHIPS, AND VESSELS.HR1Yea vote
Signed July 24, 1813
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s13v29TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION AND APPOINTMENT OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS TO BE AN ENVOY EXTRAORDINARY TO A FOREIGN POWER.SRE1Yea vote
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s13v30TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION AND APPOINTMENT OF JAMES A. BAYARD TO BE AN ENVOY EXTRAORDINARY TO A FOREIGN POWER.Y19,18131Yea vote
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s13v31TO CONSENT TO THE PROMOTION OF GEORGE HELMBOLD FROM SERGE- ANT TO ENSIGN OF THE 13TH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY EFFECTIVE MAY 20, 1813.Y19,18131Yea vote
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s13v32TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF S. B. DAVIS TO BE LIEUT- ENANT COLONEL IN THE 32ND REGIMENT OF INFANTRY, EFFECTIVE MAY 6, 1813.Y19,18131Yea vote
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s13v38TO PASS H. R. 9.HR1Yea vote
Signed Aug. 2, 1813
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s13v42TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF ELISHA JENKINS TO BE QUARTERMASTER GENERAL, EFFECTIVE APRIL 22, 1813.Y24,18131Yea vote
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s13v43TO PASS H. R. 12.HR1Yea vote
Signed Aug. 2, 1813
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s13v44TO PASS H. R. 10 (3 STAT. 49, 7/29/1813), A BILL LAYING A DUTY ON IMPORTED SALT, GRANTING A BOUNTY ON PICKLED FISH EXPORTED, AND ALLOWANCES TO CERTAIN VESSELS EMPLOYED IN THE FISHERIES.HR1Yea vote
Signed July 29, 1813
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s13v52TO PASS H. R. 17.HR1Yea vote
Signed Aug. 2, 1813
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s13v58TO PASS H. R. 52.HR1Yea vote
Signed Aug. 2, 1813
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s13v60TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF JOSEPH LORING, JR. TO BE A COLONEL.Y31,18131Yea vote
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s13v62TO PASS H. R. 35 (3 STAT. 86, 8/2/1813), A BILL TO AMEND AND EXPLAIN THE ACTS REGULATING PENSIONS TO PERSONS ON BOARD PRIVATE ARMED SHIPS.HR1Yea vote
Signed Aug. 2, 1813
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s13v63TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT (PROMOTION) OF JELLIS A. FONDA TO BE LIEUTENANT COLONEL, IN THE 42ND INFANTRY..2,18131Yea vote
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s13v74TO PASS H. R. 197B.HR1Yea vote
Req 130004
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s13v76TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF CHRISTIAN J. HUTTER TO BE COLLECTOR FOR 8TH COLLECTION DIST. OF PENN., OF DIRECT TAX AND INTERNAL DUTIES..30,18131Yea vote
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s13v80TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS AS A MINISTER PLENIPOTENTIARY AND EXTRAORDINARY BY THE SENATE TO NEGOTIATE AND SIGN A TREATY OF PEACE AND COMMERCE WITH GREAT BRITAIN..18,18141Yea vote
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s13v81TO CONSENT TO THE APPONTMENT OF JAMES A. BAYARD TO BE A MINISTER PLENIPOTENTIARY AND EXTRAORDINARY TO NEGOTIATE A TREATY OF PEACE AND COMMERCE WITH GREAT BRITAIN..18,18141Yea vote
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s13v82TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF HENRY CLAY TO BE A MINISTER PLENIPOTENTIARY AND EXTRAORDINARY TO NEGOTIATE AND SIGN A TREATY OF PEACE AND COMMERCE WITH GREAT BRITAIN..18,18141Yea vote
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s13v83TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF JONATHAN RUSSELL TO BE MINISTER PLENIPOTENTIARY AND EXTRAORDINARY, TO NEGOTIATE AND SIGN A TREATY OF PEACE AND COMMERCE WITH GREAT BRITAIN..18,18141Yea vote
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s13v84TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF JONATHAN RUSSELL TO BE MINISTER PLENIPOTENTIARY TO SWEDEN..18,18141Yea vote
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s13v90TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF GEORGE BROWN TO BE COL- LECTOR OF DIRECT TAX AND INTERNAL DUTIES FOR THE 1ST COL- LECTION DISTRICT OF MARYLAND..22,18141Yea vote
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s13v93TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF DEAN EDSON TO BE COLLECTOR OF DIRECT TAX AND INTERNAL DUTIES FOR THE 12TH COLLECTION DISTRICT OF NEW YORK..27,18141Yea vote
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s13v94TO AMEND S. 31, BY ELIMINATING THE PART FORBIDDING THE IM- PORTATION OF ARTICLES MANUFACTURED OR COMPOSED OF WOOL OR COTTON, OR OF WHICH WOOL OR COTTON IS THE CHIEF ARTICLE OF VALUE, EXCEPT NANKEENS IMPORTED FROM BEYOND THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.S6Nay vote
Req 130009
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s13v97TO PASS S. 31. (P.613)S1Yea vote
Req 130009
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s13v98TO PASS S. 32 (3 STAT. 105, 3/19/1814), A BILL IN ADDITION TO AN ACT ENTITLED ''AN ACT ALLOWING A BOUNTY TO THE OWNERS, OFFICERS AND CREWS OF THE PRIVATE ARMED VESSELS OF THE U. S.''S1Yea vote
Signed March 19, 1814
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s13v100TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF DEAN EDSON TO BE COLLECTOR OF DIRECT TAX AND INTERNAL DUTIES, FOR THE 12TH COLLECTION DISTRICT OF NEW YORK..7,18141Yea vote
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s13v102TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF ALBERT SMITH TO BE COLLECTOR OF DIRECT TAX AND INTERNAL DUTIES FOR THE 13TH COLLECTION DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS..9,18141Yea vote
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s13v103TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF RICHARD RUSH TO BE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES..10,18141Yea vote
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s13v105TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF JOHN APPLETON TO BE COLLEC- TOR OF DIRECT TAX AND INTERNAL DUTIES FOR THE 10TH COLLEC- TION DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS..15,18141Yea vote
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s13v106TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF TENCH COXE TO BE COLLECTOR OF DIRECT TAX AND INTERNAL DUTIES, FOR THE 1ST COLLECTION DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA..18,18141Yea vote
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s13v112TO PASS S. 37 (3 STAT. 116, 3/31/1814), A BILL TO PROVIDE FOR INDEMNIFICATION OF CERTAIN CLAIMANTS OF PUBLIC LANDS IN MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY, (AMENDED TITLE).S1Yea vote
Signed March 31, 1814
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s13v114TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF DANIEL BISSELL TO BE A BRIGADIER GENERAL..9,18141Yea vote
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s13v115TO REFUSE TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF CAPTAIN CHARLES WOLLSTONCROFT TO BE A MAJOR IN THE 1ST REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY, BECAUSE SAID PROPOSED PROMOTION IS IRREGULAR TO ESTABLISHED RULE..10,18141Yea vote
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s13v116TO PASS H. R. 134 (3 STAT. 103, 3/19/1814), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR SUPPORT OF THE MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT FOR 1814. (P.657)HR1Yea vote
Signed March 19, 1814
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s13v117TO PASS H. R. 135 (3 STAT. 105, 3/19/1814), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR SUPPORT OF THE U. S. NAVY FOR 1814. (P.657)HR1Yea vote
Signed March 19, 1814
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s13v118TO AGREE TO HOUSE AMENDMENT TO S. 38 (3 STAT. 113, 3/30/1814), A BILL FOR THE BETTER ORGANIZING, PAYING AND SUPPLYING THE U. S. ARMY, WHICH AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT NO OFFICER SHALL BE PERMITTED TO EMPLOY AS A SERVANT ANY SOLD- IER FROM THE HIRES1Yea vote
Signed March 30, 1814
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s13v120TO PASS H. R. 99 (3 STAT. 111, 3/24/1814), A BILL AUTHORIZ- ING A LOAN OF NOT MORE THAN $25,000,000.HR1Yea vote
Signed March 24, 1814
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s13v125TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF BENJAMIN F. BOURNE OF RHODE ISLAND TO BE PURSER IN THE NAVY..26,18141Yea vote
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s13v126TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF THOMAS BENNETT TO BE CAPTAIN IN THE 3RD ARTILLERY ARMY..26,18141Yea vote
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s13v132TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF ALEXANDER PARKER TO BE BRIGADIER GENERAL IN THE ARMY..31,18141Yea vote
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s13v134TO PASS H. R. 114 (J STAT. 120, 4/9/1814), A BILL FOR THE BETTER ORGANIZATION OF U. S. COURTS IN NEW YORK STATE.HR1Yea vote
Signed April 9, 1814
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s13v141TO PASS H. R. 179. (P.662)HR1Yea vote
Req 130014
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s13v147TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF JAMES H. BLAKE TO BE SURGEON'S MATE.IL15,1811Yea vote
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s13v148TO PASS H. R. 124. (P.692)HR1Yea vote
Req 130006
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s13v152TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF JAMES MONROE TO BE SECRE- TARY OF WAR.T.27,1811Yea vote
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s13v156TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF EDWARD CUTTS TO BE COLLEC- TOR OF REVENUE IN FIRST COLLECTION DIST. OF N.H..2,18141Yea vote
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s13v169TO PASS S. 63 (3 STAT. 148, 12/10/1814), A BILL SUPPLEMEN- TARY TO AN ACT LAYING DUTIES ON NOTES OF BANKS, BANKERS, AND CERTAIN COMPAINES, ON NOTES, BONDS, AND OBLIGATIONS, DIS- COUNTED BY SAME, AND ON BILLS OF EXCHANGE OF CERTAIN DES- CRIPTIONS1Yea vote
Signed Dec. 10, 1814
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s13v187TO RATIFY THE INDIAN TREATY..13,18141Yea vote
Treaty
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s13v190TO INSIST ON AMENDMENT TO H. R. 214, WHICH AMENDMENT ELIMIN- ATES THE 25TH SECTION OF THE BILL, PROPOSING THAT IN THE FUTURE IT SHALL BE LAWFUL FOR THE DISTILLERS OF DOMESTIC SPIRITS, AND FOR ALL OTHER PERSONS FROM WHOSE MATERIALS SUCH SPIRITS HR1Yea vote
Signed Dec. 21, 1814
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s13v191TO PASS H. R. 215.HR1Yea vote
Signed Dec. 23, 1814
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s13v193TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF BENJAMIN W. CROWNINSHIELD, TO BE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY..19,18141Yea vote
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s13v201TO PASS H. R. 217 (3 STAT. 180, 1/18/1815), A BILL PROVIDING ADDITIONAL REVENUES FOR DEFRAYING THE GOVERNMENT EXPENSES AND MAINTAINING THE PUBLIC CREDIT, BY LAYING DUTIES ON VAR- IOUS GOODS, WARES AND MERCHANDISE MANUFACTURED WITHIN THE U. S.HR1Yea vote
Signed Jan. 18, 1815
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s13v207TO PASS H. R. 219.HR1Yea vote
Signed Jan. 9, 1815
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s13v220TO RECEDE FROM DISAGREEMENT TO PART OF HOUSE AMEND. TO S. 67 WHICH AMENDMENT ELIMINATES AUTHORIZATION TO SAID BANK TO SUSPEND PAYMENT OF THEIR NOTES IN SPECIE UNDER CERTAIN CIR- CUMSTANCES.S6Nay vote
Vetoed
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s13v231TO AGREE TO THE AMENDMENT TO H. R. 238, WHICH AMENDMENT PRO- POSES TO ELIMINATE FROM THE FIFTH SECTION, AS AMENDED IN THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, THE PROVISION FOR GIVING OF A BOND BY EACH APPOINTED INSPECTOR.HR1Yea vote
Signed Feb. 4, 1815
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s13v233TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF JOSEPH WHEATON, TO BE DEPUTY QUARTERMASTER GENERAL, OF THE ARMY..30,18151Yea vote
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s13v236TO PASS OVER VETO OF THE PRESIDENT S. 67.S6Nay vote
Vetoed
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s13v239TO PASS H. R. 254 (3 STAT. 202, 2/7/1815), A BILL AMENDING THE SEVERAL ACTS, AUTHORIZING THE ESTABLISHING OF A NAVY DEPARTMENT BY ADDING THERETO A BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS.HR1Yea vote
Signed Feb. 7, 1815
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s13v245TO CONSENT TO THE APPOINTMENT OF ROBERT GOODWIN, TO BE SECOND (2ND) LIEUTENANT OF THE 27TH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY..11,18151Yea vote
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s13v250TO RATIFY THE TREATY (8 STAT. 218, 2/17/1815), OF PEACE AND AMITY TERMINATING THE WAR OF 1812, CONCLUDED ON DEC. 24, 1814 AT GHENT, BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND..16,18151Yea vote
Treaty
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s13v252TO PASS S. 87 (3 STAT. 223, 3/3/1815), A BILL REPEALING SO MUCH OF THE SEVERAL ACTS IMPOSING DUTIES ON THE TONNAGE OF SHIPS AND VESSELS, AND ON GOODS, WARES AND MERCHANDISE, IM- PORTED INTO THE UNITED STATES, AS IMPOSES A DISCRIMINATING DUTY ONS1Yea vote
Signed March 3, 1815
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s13v261TO AGREE TO THE REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE, RE- GARDING AMENDMENTS TO H. R. 305.HR1Yea vote
Signed March 3, 1815
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s13v262TO PASS H. R. 315 (3 STAT. 230, 3/3/1815), A BILL PROTECTING THE COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES AGAINST THE ALGERINE CRUISERS. (P.291)HR1Yea vote
Signed March 3, 1815
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