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Rail Road, Sate of Maryland authorized to construct, etc.
Rape, in Dist. Col.
Assault, to commit, in Dis. Col.
Receiving stolen goods, in Dist. Col.
Red Cedar, Preservation of for naval purposes,
Relief, Adamson, John
Cannon, Joseph S.
Cardozo, J. N.
Carnes and Duval,
Carroll, William T.
Coolidge, Thomas B.
Dameron, George W.
Dequindre, Antoine and Louis
Duval and Carnes,
Harrison, Clarissa B.
Higgins, Lucius M.
Holders of certificates of new location
Importers (certain] of foreign merchandise,
Insolvent Debtors, U. S.
Jackson, Daniel, etc.
Smith, Richard, etc. -
Smoot, Benjamin S.
Sprague, Joseph E.
Taylor, John, deceased,
Toulmin, John B.
Walker, John Peter
Walker, Peter Selestino
Whittier, Simeon C.
Riley, An act for the relief of Brevet Major Riley, and Lieu-
tenants Brook and Seawright. (Approved,
March 3, 1831, ch. 106.)
Rivers, improvement of Tennessee, Coosa, etc.
Register, ship, allowed for Brig Hope,
Allowed for schooner Julia D. Ramsay,
Reports, Supreme Court, subscription to
Resolutions of Congress,
Returns, census. Time extended for making
Road, United States', in Ohio. An act declaring the assent of
Congress to an act of the General Assembly
of the State of Ohio hereinafter recited
(Approved March 2, 1831, ch. 96.)
Extent of power over it granted
to Ohio Legislature, .
Roll. An act for the relief of Matthias Roll and William
Jackson. [Approved Feb. 3, 1831, ch. 18.]
Rollins. An act for the relief of Ebenezer Rollins. [Ap-
proved March 2, 1831, ch. 46.]
Saint Ferdinand, [relinquishment of lands at]
Saint John's district, Flo. established
Saint John's river, Flo., port of entry established at
Saint Louis, duties on imports secured, etc. at
Saint Louis, [relinquishment of lands at]
Salt Springs, Illinois, [sale of lands reserved for]
Missouri, power to sell
School lands, Missouri, power granted to sell
An act for the benefit of schools in Lawrence coun-
ty, Mississippi. [Approved Jan. 13, 1831,
In Missouri, [relinquishment in favor of]
Secretary, Commissioners under Conv. Denmark
Shawneetown, An act for the relief of the citizens of Shaw-
neetown. (Approved, March 2,1821. ch. 41)
Smith, An act for the relief of William Smith, administrator
of John Taylor deceased. (Approved, Feb-
ruary 12, 1831. ch. 25.)
Smith and Pearse, An act for the relief of Richard Smith and
William Pearse, the second, of Bristol, in
Rhode Island. (Approved, March 2, 1831.
Smoot, An act for the relief of Benjamin S. Smoot, of Ala-
bama. (Approved, March 3, 1831. ch. 109.
Sprague, An act for the relief of James Sprague. (Approved,
March 2, 1831, ch. 53.)
An act for the relief of Joseph E. Sprague. (Ap-
proved, March 2, 1831. ch. 48.)
Stealing in Dist Col.
Survey, public lands, north of Illmois, &c.
Surveyor, Port Cincinnatti
Surveyor public lands. An act to create the office of Sur-
veyor of the public lands for the State
of Louisiana. (Approved, March 3d,
1831. ch. 115.)
Surveyors, principal deputy in Louisiana, etc. offices abol-
Surveyors, on Northern, N. E., and N. W. frontiers, com^-
Swindling. in Dist. Col.
Tennessee. Circuit Court in
Theft in Dist. Col.
Thomas. An act for the relief of James Thomas, late
Quartermaster General in the army of
the United States. (Approved, March 3,
1831. ch. 117)
Tippett. An act to authorize the executor of Stephen Tip-
pett to locate a tract of land in the State
of Louisiana. (Approved March 2, 1831.
Timber reserved for naval purposes, penalty for cutting.
Tolls on U. S road in Ohio,
Toll gates on the U. S. road in Ohio,
Tonnage. Duties on British vessels, northern, etc. fron-
Tombecbee association. An act to alter and amend "an
act to set apart and dispose of certain
public lands for the encouragement of
the cultivation of the Vine and Olive."
(Approved, Feb. 19, 1831. ch. 30.)
Trade on northern, &c. frontiers. An act to regulate the
foreign and coasting trade on the North-
ern, Northeastern and Northwestern
frontiers, and for other purposes. (Ap-
proved, March 2, 1831. ch. 97.
Treaties. Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between
the United States of America and His
Majesty the Emperor of Austria. con-
cluded August 27, 1829.
Treaties. Indian. Treaty of perpetual friendship, cession
and limits between the United States of
America and the Mingoes, Chiefs, Cap-
tains and Warriors of the Choctaw Na-
tion, concluded September 27, 1830.
Treaty between the United States of
America and the confederated tribes of
the Sacs and Foxes; the Medawah Kan-
ton, Wahpacoota, Wahpeton and Sisse-
tong bands or tribes of Sioux; the Oma-
has, Ioways, Ottoes and Missouries, con-
cluded July 15, 1830.
Supplementary Article to the Delaware
Treaty of October 3, 1818. concluded
Sep. 24, 1829.
Treaties, Indian. Articles of Agreement and Convention
between the United States of America,
and the Seneca tribe of Indians, resid-
ing on the Sandusky River. concluded
Feb. 28, 1831.
Toulmin. An act confirming the claim of John B. Toulmin
to a lot in the city of Mobile. [Approved
March 2, 1831, ch. 83.]
Trees reserved for naval purposes, penalty for cutting, etc.
Tumey. An act to rectify the mistake in the name of Wil-
liam Tumey, an invalid pensioner. [Ap-
proved March 2, 1831, ch. 93.]
Vessels. An act to repeal the charges imposed on passports
and clearances. [Approved Feb. 12, 1831,
Villa a Robert, relinquishment of lands in
Walker, &c. An act for the relief of the legal representa-
tives of Peter Celestino Walker and John
Peter Walker, deceased, and of Joseph Wal-
ker, of the State of Mississippi. [Approv-
ed March 2, 1831, ch. 99.]
Warden, Penitentiary in Dist. Col.
Wheeling. Duties on imports secured at
Winnebagoes. A Sub-Agent allowed
Whale fishery. An act concerning vessels employed in the
Whale fishery. [Approved March 3, 1831,
Whipping, in Dis. Co. abolished,
An act for the relief of Simeon C. Whittier. (Ap-
proved March 2, 1831, ch. 45.)
Wren. An act for the relief of Woodson Wren of Mississip-
pi. (Approved March 3, 1831, ch. 124.)