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President's Positions on 28th Senate Roll Call Votes


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s28v217TO ADOPT THE PREAMBLE AND RESOLUTION THAT, WHEREAS, THE TIME LIMITED BY THE SIXTH ARTICLE OF THE CONVENTION FOR MUTUAL ABOLITION OF THE DROIT D'AUBAINE AND TAXES ON IMIGRATION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE GRANDE DUCHY OF HESSE, HAS EXPIRED.13,18451Yea vote
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s28v12TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION AS AMENDED, CONSENTING TO RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION FOR SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS OF THE CITIZENS AND GOVT OF THE MEXICAN REPUBLIC AGAINST THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT, AND OF THE CITIZENS AND GOVERNMENT OF THE U.S. AGAI.30,18441Yea vote
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s28v148TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION CONSENTING TO RATIFICATION OF THE ANNEXATION OF TEXAS, AT WASHINGTON, APR. 12, 1844, TWO-THIRDS OF THE SENATE CONCURRING THEREIN.E8,18441Yea vote
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s28v157TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION CONSENTING TO RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION FOR MUTUAL ABOLITION OF THE DROIT D'AUBAINE AND TAXES ON IMMIGRATION BETWEEN THE U.S. AND THE KING OF WURTIMBERG, CONCLUDED AT BERLIN, APR. 10, 1844.E12,18441Yea vote
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s28v158TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION CONSENTING TO RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION FOR THE MUTUAL ABOLITION OF THE DROIT D'AUBAINE AND TAXES ON IMMIGRATION BETWEEN THE U.S. AND THE GRAND DUCHY OF HESSE, CONCLUDED AT BERLIN, MAR. 26, 1844.E12,18441Yea vote
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s28v6TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION CONSENTING TO RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION FOR THE SURRENDER OF CRIMINALS BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE KING OF FRANCE, SIGNED AT WASHINGTON, NOV. 9, 1843, BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE AND THE MINISTER PLENIPOTENIARY .19,18441Yea vote
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s28v160TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION CONSENTING TO RATIFICATION OF THE POSTAL CONVENTION BETWEEN THE U.S. AND THE REPUBLIC OF NEW GRANADA, CONCLUDED AT BOGOTA, COLUMBIA, ON MAR. 6, 1844.E12,18441Yea vote
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s28v14TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION RATIFYING THE CONVENTION FOR THE SURRENDER OF CRIMINALS BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE KING OF FRANCE, SIGNED AT WASHINGTON, NOV. 9, 1843, BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE AND THE MINISTER PLENIPOTENAIRY AD INTERIM FROM THE .1,18441Yea vote
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s28v203TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION THAT THE SENATE CONSENT TO RATIFICATION OF AN ADDITIONAL ARTICLE TO THE CONVENTION FOR THE SURRENDER OF CRIMINALS BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND FRANCE, CONCLUDED AT WASHINGTON, APR. 15, 1844, WITH AMENDMENTS.E15,18441Yea vote
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s28v223TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION, TWO-THIRDS THEREOF CONCURRING, THAT THE SENATE CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE TA TSING EMPIRE, CONCLUDED AT NANG SHIA, JULY 3, 1844..16,18451Yea vote
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s28v172TO AGREE TO AMENDMENT TO H.R. 32, AUTHORIZING THE TREASURER TO PAY THOMAS ALLEN FOR PRINTING THE COMPENDIUM OF THE SIXTH CENSUS, ACCORDING TO THE RATES ALLOWED BY LAW, FROM MONIES IN THE TREASURY AND NOT OTHERWISE APPROPRIATED.HR321Yea vote
APP. 6/17/1844, 5 STAT. L. 681
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s28v284TO AGREE TO THE AMENDMENT TO S.46, AS MODIFIED, TO PERMIT THE FRANKING PRIVILEGE, IN RECEIVING AS WELL AS SENDING LETTERS, TO THE SENATORS AND WOULD EXTEND THIS PRIVILEGE TO THE VICE-PRESIDENT. (P. 376)S461Yea vote
APP. 3/3/1845, 5 STAT. L. 748
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s28v283TO CONCUR IN AMENDMENTS OF THE HOUSE TO S. 46 WHICH CONFIRMS THE RATE OF 5 CENTS POSTAGE FOR DISTANCES WITHIN 300 MILES AND INCREASING THE RATE TO 10 CENTS FOR GREATER DISTANCES. (P. 376)S461Yea vote
APP. 3/3/1845, 5 STAT. L. 748
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s28v272TO CONCUR IN THE AMENDMENT TO H.J.R.46, AS IN THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, AMENDMENT PROPOSING THAT THE PRESIDENT MAY, INSTEAD OF PROCEEDING TO SUBMIT THE FOREGOING RESOLUTION TO THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS, AS AN OVERTURE ON THE PART OF THE UNITED STHJR461Yea vote
APP. 3/1/1845, 5 STAT. L. 797
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s28v282TO CONCUR, UPON RECONSIDERATION, IN THE AMENDMENT APPROVED IN THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, TO THE BILL H.R. 498, (APP. 3/3/1845) WHICH MAKES APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE CIVIL AND DIPLOMATIC EXPENSES OF THE GOVERNMENT FOR FISCAL 1846, SAID AMENDMENT THR4981Yea vote
APP. 3/3/1845
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s28v195TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF ABRAHAM K. MEAD TO BE APPRAISER OF CUSTOMS FOR THE PORT OF NEW YORK, N.Y.E15,18441Yea vote
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s28v225TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF ALEXANDER G. ABELL, AS UNITED STATES CONSUL, FOR THE ISLAND OF HAWAII, ONE OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS..16,18451Yea vote
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s28v39TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF ANSON G. CHANDLER, TO BE COLLECTOR OF THE CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT OF PASSAMQUADDY, MAINE, IN PLACE OF J.C. NOYES, REMOVED..14,18441Yea vote
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s28v131TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF ARTHUR UPSHUR OF VIRGINIA, TO BE SECRETARY OF STATE (IN PLACE OF DANIEL WEBSTER, RESIGNED).301,8441Yea vote
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s28v209TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF CALEB CUSHING TO BE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.E17,18441Yea vote
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s28v178TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF CHARLES A. FERRIS, AS COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW YORK, N.Y.E14,18441Yea vote
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s28v124TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF CHARLES F. LESTER TO BE COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW LONDON, CONN. (VICE ALCOTT HUNTINGTON, REMOVED).301,8441Yea vote
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s28v34TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF DANA WINSLOW TO BE DEPUTY POSTMASTER AT BURLINGTON, VT. (APPOINTED DURING RECESS OF THE SENATE, IN PLACE OF HENRY STACY, REMOVED)..8,18441Yea vote
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s28v38TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF DANIEL C. WESTON TO BE DEPUTY POSTMASTER AT AUGUSTA, MAINE, APPOINTED DURING THE RECESS OF THE SENATE, IN PLACE OF R.F. PERKINS, REMOVED..14,18441Yea vote
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s28v175TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF DANIEL T. PIKE TO BE DEPUTY POSTMASTER AT AUGUSTA, ME. (VICE DANIEL C. WESTON, REJECTED BY THE SENATE).E14,18441Yea vote
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s28v174TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF DAVID HAYDEN TO BE COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI, (LOUISIANA) (VICE M.J. CUCULLU, DECEASED).E14,18441Yea vote
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s28v4TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF DAVID HENSHAW AS SECRETARY OF THE NAVY IN PLACE OF ABEL P. UPSHUR, RESIGNED..15,18441Yea vote
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s28v125TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF DAVID WHITE TO BE SURVEYOR AND INSPECTOR OF REVENUE FOR THE PORT OF GLOUCESTER, MASS. (VICE LONSON NASH, REMOVED).301,8441Yea vote
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s28v35TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF EBENEZER H. STACY TO BE COLLECTOR OF THE CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT OF GLOUCESTER, MASS., IN PLACE OF LEVI LINCOLN, REMOVED..8,18441Yea vote
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s28v127TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF EDWARD PALPAY TO BE SURVEYOR FOR THE DISTRICT OF SALEM AND BEVERLY, AND INSPECTOR OF REVENUE FOR THE PORT OF SALEM, MASS.301,8441Yea vote
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s28v123TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF EDWIN WILBUR, TO BE THE COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEWPORT, R.I. (VICE WILLIAM LITTLEFIELD, REMOVED).301,8441Yea vote
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s28v33TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF ENOCH C. CHAPMAN, TO BE DEPUTY POSTMASTER AT NORWICH, CONN. (APP. DURING THE RECESS OF THE SENATE, IN PLACE OF S.M. DOWNER, REMOVED)..8,18441Yea vote
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s28v129TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF FRANCES W. BRINLEY, TO BE COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT AND INSPECTOR OF REVENUE FOR THE PORT OF PERTH AMBOY, N.J. (APPOINTED DURING RECESS OF THE SENATE, VICE CHARLES N. SMITH, REMOVED).301,8441Yea vote
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s28v152TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF FRANCIS I. GRUND TO BE CONSUL AT BREMEN, GERMANY (IN PLACE OF MARCUS DERKHEIM, RESIGNED).E11,18441Yea vote
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s28v111TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF GEORGE C. WASHINGTON AND JOHN T. MASON TO BE CHEROKEE COMMISSIONERS REPLACING RESPECTIVELY, JOHN H. EATON AND EDWARD B. HUBLEY, BOTH REMOVED.231,8441Yea vote
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s28v3TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF GEORGE H. PROFFIT AS ENVOY EXTRAORDINARY AND MINISTER PLENIPOTENTIARY TO BRAZIL, IN PLACE OF WILLIAM HUNTER, RECALLED..11,18441Yea vote
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s28v149TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF GEORGE W. MULLET TO BE SURVEYOR AND INSPECTOR OF REVENUE FOR THE DISTRICT OF SALEM AND PORT OF BEVERLY, MASS. (VICE EDWARD PALFRAY, WHO WAS REJECTED BY THE SENATE).E11,18441Yea vote
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s28v151TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF GREGORY DILLON TO BE CUSTOMS APPRAISER FOR THE PORT OF NEW YORK, N.Y. (VICE MEIGS D. BENJAMIN, REMOVED).E11,18441Yea vote
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s28v32TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF HARVEY CHAPIN TO BE DEPUTY POSTMASTER AT SPRINGFIELD, MASS. (IN PLACE OF SOLOMON WARRINER, REMOVED)..8,18441Yea vote
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s28v16TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF HENRY A. WISE, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE ENVOY EXTRAORDINARY AND MINISTER PLENIPOTENTIARY OF THE UNITED STATES NEAR HIS MAJESTY THE EMPEROR OF BRAZIL, IN PLACE OF GEORGE H. PROFFIT, WHOSE NOMINATION WAS REJECTED BY THE .9,18441Yea vote
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s28v173TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF HENRY COMAJER TO BE COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT OF MAUMEE AND INSPECTOR OF THE REVENUE FOR THE PORT OF MAUMEE, OHIO (VICEE14,18441Yea vote
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s28v176TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF HENRY SHEPHERD TO BE DEPUTY POSTMASTER AT NORTHAMPTON, MASS. (VICE THOMAS SHEPHERD, WHOSE NOMINATION WAS REJECTED BY SENATE).E14,18441Yea vote
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s28v5TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF ISSAC HILL AS CHIEF OF BUREAUS OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING OF THE NAVY DEPARTMENT TO FILL VACANCY CAUSED BY DEATH OF CHARLES W. GOLDSBOROUGH..17,18441Yea vote
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s28v128TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF JACOB K. MEAD, TO BE DEPUTY POSTMASTER AT NEWARK, N.J. (APPOINTED DURING RECESS OF THE SENATE, IN PLACE OF WILLIAM STEVENS, REMOVED).301,8441Yea vote
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s28v10TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF JAMES M. PORTER, AS SECRETARY OF WAR IN PLACE OF JOHN C. SPENCER, RESIGNED..30,18441Yea vote
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s28v207TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF JEREMIAH TOWLE, TO BE NAVAL OFFICER FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW YORK, N.Y.E15,18441Yea vote
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s28v150TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF JOHN ANDERSON TO BE THE COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT OF PORTLAND AND FALMOUTH, MAINE (VICE NATHAN CUMMINGS, REMOVED).E11,18441Yea vote
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s28v191TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF JOHN B. CHRISTIAN, AS JUDGE FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA.E15,18441Yea vote
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s28v192TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF JOHN B. CHRISTIAN, AS JUDGE FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA.E15,18441Yea vote
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s28v13TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF JOHN C. SPENCER AS ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT IN PLACE OF SMITH THOMPSON, DECEASED..31,18441Yea vote
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s28v37TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF JOHN CAIN TO BE DEPUTY POSTMASTER AT INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, APPOINTED DURING THE RECESS OF THE SENATE, IN PLACE OF JOSEPH M. MOORE, REMOVED..14,18441Yea vote
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s28v159TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF JOHN ROBB TO BE A CHAPLAIN IN THE NAVY FROM OCT. 7, 1843 (AT WHICH TIME HE WAS APPOINTED TO FILL VACANCY OCCASIONED BY DEATH OF JAMES WILTBANK).E12,18441Yea vote
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s28v193TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF JOHN ROBB TO BE A CHAPLAIN IN THE NAVY FROM OCT. 7, 1843.E15,18441Yea vote
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s28v194TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF JONATHAN KEARSLEY, AS RECEIVER OF PUBLIC MONEY AT DETROIT, MICHIGAN FROM FEB. 10, 1844.E15,18441Yea vote
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s28v126TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF JOSEPH C. BURKE, TO BE SURVEYOR AND INSPECTOR OF REVENUE FOR THE PORT OF HARTFORD, CONN., (VICE PERRY SMITH, REMOVED).301,8441Yea vote
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s28v130TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF JOSHUA VANSANT, TO BE NAVAL OFFICER FOR THE DISTRICT OF BALTIMORE, MD., REPLACING DABNEY S. CARR, RESIGNED.301,8441Yea vote
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s28v142TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF MORDECAI MYERS, TO BE COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT OF SAVANNAH, GA. (VICE JAMES HUNTER, REMOVED).E5,18441Yea vote
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s28v40TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF ROBERT RANTOUL, JR. TO BE COLLECTOR OF THE CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT OF BOSTON AND CHARLESTOWN, MASS. (VICE LEVI LINCOLN, REMOVED)..14,18441Yea vote
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s28v177TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF ROBERT WICKLIFFE,JR. AS CHARGE'D'AFFAIRS TO SARDINIA.E14,18441Yea vote
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s28v122TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF RODNEY FRENCH, TO BE COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT AND INSPECTOR OF REVENUE FOR THE PORT OF NEW BEDFORD, MASS., (VICE WILLIAM H. ALLEN, REMOVED).301,8441Yea vote
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s28v143TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF THOMAS BROWNELL, NOW A MASTER, TO BE A LIEUTENANT IN THE NAVY FROM DEC. 26, 1843 (TO FILL A VACANCY OCCASIONED BY DEATH OF LIEUTENANT JAMES K. BOWIE).E5,18441Yea vote
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s28v144TO CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF WESTON F. BIRCH AS UNITED STATES MARSHALL, FOR THE DISTRICT OF MISSOURI IN PLACE OF WILLIAM K. RUSSELL, REMOVED.E5,18441Yea vote
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s28v21TO ORDER A THIRD READING OF H.R. 1. (P. 274)HR11Yea vote
Req 270034
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s28v277TO ORDER ENGROSSMENT AND THIRD READING OF H.J.R.46. (P. 362)HJR461Yea vote
Req 280021
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s28v290TO PASS H.R. 497. (P. 383)HR4971Yea vote
APP. 3/3/1845, 76 STAT. L. 789
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s28v305TO PASS H.R. 541. (P. 393)HR5416Nay vote
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s28v87TO PASS S. 86, (APP. 6/17/1844, 5 STAT. L. 677). (P. 593)S861Yea vote
APP. 6/17/1844, 5 STAT. L. 677
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s28v137TO PASS THE BILL H.R. 126, (APP. 6/11/1844, 5 STAT. L. 661), MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR CERTAIN RIVERS AND HARBORS, COMMONLY CALLED THE WESTERN HARBOR BILL.HR1261Yea vote
APP. 6/11/1844, 5 STAT. L. 661
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s28v139TO PASS THE BILL H.R. 203, MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR CERTAIN RIVERS AND HARBORS, AND COMMONLY CALLED THE EASTERN OR ATLANTIC HARBOR BILL.HR2036Nay vote
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s28v52TO PASS THE BILL H.R. 30, (APP. 4/12/1844, 5 STAT. L. 655) TO MAKE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE MILITARY ACADEMY FOR FISCAL 1845. (P. 474)HR301Yea vote
Signed April 12, 1844
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s28v185TO PASS THE BILL H.R. 396, (APP. 6/15/1844), MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR CERTAIN OBJECTS OF EXPENDITURES THEREIN NAMED FOR FISCAL 1844. (P. 683)HR3961Yea vote
APP. 6/15/1844
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s28v263TO PASS THE BILL H.R. 493 (APP. 3/3/1845, 5 STAT. L. 742), TO MAKE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE MILITARY ACADEMY AT WEST POINTE FOR FISCAL 1846. (P. 332)HR4931Yea vote
APP. 3/3/1845, 5 STAT. L. 742
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s28v55TO PASS THE BILL S. 18, (APP. 6/15/1844, 5 STAT. 665), TO ESTABLISH A NAVY YARD AND DEPOT AT OR ADJACENT TO MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. (P. 511)S181Yea vote
Req 280008
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s28v215TO PASS THE BILL S. 3, (APP. 3/1/1845, 5 STAT. L. 731), GRANTING LANDS TO THE STATE OF INDIANA TO COMPLETE THE WABASH AND ERIE CANAL FROM TERRE HAUTE TO THE OHIO RIVER.S31Yea vote
APP. 3/1/1845, 5 STAT. L. 731
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s28v103TO PASS THE BILL S. 66, N.P. RELATING TO CLAIM OF HENRY GARDNER AND OTHERS, DIRECTORS OF NEW ENGLAND LAND COMPANY ASSOCIATION. (P. 603)S666Nay vote
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s28v91TO PASS THE BILL S. 94 (APP. 6/12/1844, 5 STAT. L. 662), AMENDING AN ACT ENTITLED, AN ACT TO REORGANIZE THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE (JOURNAL DESCRIPTION). TO ORDER ENGROSSMENT AND THIRD READING OF THE BILL S. 94 (APP. 6/12/1844, 5 STAT. L. 662) AMES941Yea vote
APP. 6/12/1844, 5 STAT. L. 662
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s28v302TO PASS, OVER VETO, THE BILL S. 66 (APP. 3/3/1845, 5 STAT. L. 795), RELATING TO REVENUE CUTTERS AND STEAMERS TOGETHER WITH VETO MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT. (P. 391)S666Nay vote
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s28v291TO POSTPONE PREVIOUS ORDERS AND TAKE UP FOR CONSIDERATION, THE BILL, H.R. 439, ORGANIZING A TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT IN THE TERRITORY OF OREGON. (P. 388)HR4391Yea vote
Req 280020
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s28v164TO TABLE THE BILL S. 191, REGARDING THE ANNEXATION OF TEXAS. (P. 673)S1916Nay vote
Req 280018
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s28v204TO TABLE THE COMMERCIAL CONVENTION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND PRUSSIA AND THE OTHER STATES OF THE GERMANIC ASSOCIATION OF CUSTOMS AND COMMERCE, CONCLUDED AT BERLIN, MAR. 25, 1844.E15,18446Nay vote
Req 280013
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s28v154TO TABLE THE RESOLUTION S.R. 22, RATIFYING THE COMPACT OF ANNEXATION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND TEXAS AS THE FUNDAMENTAL LAW BETWEEN SAID COUNTRIES, AS SOON AS LEGISLATIVE POWER OF TEXAS SHALL RATIFY AND CONFIRM THIS PACT.SRE6Nay vote
Req 280018
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