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President's Positions on 13th Senate Roll Call Votes


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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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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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s13v38TO PASS H. R. 9.HR1Yea vote
Signed Aug. 2, 1813
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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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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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s13v74TO PASS H. R. 197B.HR1Yea vote
Req 130004
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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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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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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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s13v148TO PASS H. R. 124. (P.692)HR1Yea vote
Req 130006
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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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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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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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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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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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Pres Vote 1 (Yea) 6 (Nay) 9 (Not voting)


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