The Twenty-second United States Congress was a meeting of the legislative branch of the United States federal government, consisting of the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives. It met in Washington, D.C. from March 4, 1831, to March 4, 1833, during the third and fourth years of Andrew Jackson's presidency. The apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives was based on the Fourth Census of the United States in 1820. Both chambers had a Jacksonian majority.Excerpted from 22nd United States Congress on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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UNITED STATES,

Passed at the first session, which was begun and held at the City of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Monday the fifth day of December, 1831, and ended July sixteenth, 1832.

Andrew Jackson, President; J. C. Calhoun, Vice President of the United States, and President of the Senate; Andrew Stevenson, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

  Chapter Title Date
1 Chapter I. An Act to authorize the state of Illinois, to sell twenty thousand acres of the saline lands in said state. Jan. 19, 1832
2 Chapter II. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 19, 1832
3 Chapter III. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 19, 1832
4 Chapter IV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 19, 1832
5 Chapter V. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 19, 1832
6 Chapter VI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 19, 1832
7 Chapter VII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 19, 1832
8 Chapter VIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 19, 1832
9 Chapter IX. An Act supplementary to an act to grant pre-emption rights to settlers on public lands. Jan. 23, 1832
10 Chapter X. An Act to direct the manner of issuing patents on confirmed land claims in the territory of Florida. Jan. 23, 1832
11 Chapter XI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 23, 1832
12 Chapter XII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 23, 1832
13 Chapter XIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 23, 1832
14 Chapter XIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 23, 1832
15 Chapter XV. An Act to alter the time of holding the spring term of the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York. Feb. 10, 1832
16 Chapter XVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 10, 1832
17 Chapter XVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 18, 1832
18 Chapter XVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 18, 1832
19 Chapter XIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 18, 1832
20 Chapter XX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 18, 1832
21 Chapter XXI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 18, 1832
22 Chapter XXII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 18, 1832
23 Chapter XXIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 18, 1832
24 Chapter XXIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 18, 1832
25 Chapter XXV. An Act to provide for the payment of arrearages in the naval service, chargeable to the enumerated contingent prior to the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. Feb. 24, 1832
26 Chapter XXVI. An Act making appropriations for the revolutionary and other pensioners of the United States, for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. Feb. 24, 1832
27 Chapter XXVII. An Act making appropriations for fortifications for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. Feb. 24, 1832
28 Chapter XXVIII. An Act making appropriations for the naval service for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. Feb. 24, 1832
29 Chapter XXIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 24, 1832
30 Chapter XXX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 24, 1832
31 Chapter XXXI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 24, 1832
32 Chapter XXXII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 24, 1832
33 Chapter XXXIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 24, 1832
34 Chapter XXXIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 24, 1832
35 Chapter XXXV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 7, 1832
36 Chapter XXXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 7, 1832
37 Chapter XXXVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 7, 1832
38 Chapter XXXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 7, 1832
39 Chapter XXXIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 7, 1832
40 Chapter XL. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 7, 1832
41 Chapter XLI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 15, 1832
42 Chapter XLII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 15, 1832
43 Chapter XLIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 15, 1832
44 Chapter XLIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 15, 1832
45 Chapter XLV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 15, 1832
46 Chapter XLVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 15, 1832
47 Chapter XLVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 15, 1832
48 Chapter XLVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 15, 1832
49 Chapter XLIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 15, 1832
50 Chapter L. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 15, 1832
51 Chapter LI. An Act for the adjustment and settlement of the claims of the state of South Carolina against the United States. March 22, 1832
52 Chapter LII. An Act to amend the several acts establishing a territorial government in Florida. March 22, 1832
53 Chapter LIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 22, 1832
54 Chapter LIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 22, 1832
55 Chapter LV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 22, 1832
56 Chapter LVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 22, 1832
57 Chapter LVII. An Act explanatory of the act entitled “An act for the relief of officers and soldiers of the Virginia line and navy, and of the continental army, during the revolutionary war,” approved thirtieth of May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty. March 31, 1832
58 Chapter LVIII. An Act to add a part of the southern to the northern district of Alabama. March 31, 1832
59 Chapter LIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 31, 1832
60 Chapter LX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 31, 1832
61 Chapter LXI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 31, 1832
62 Chapter LXII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 31, 1832
63 Chapter LXIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 31, 1832
64 Chapter LXIV. An Act making appropriations for the support of the army for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. April 5, 1832
65 Chapter LXV. An Act supplementary to the several laws for the sale of public lands. April 5, 1832
66 Chapter LXVI. An Act to authorize the judges of the courts of the United States to take bail of the claimants of property seized, and perform other acts in vacation. April 5, 1832
67 Chapter LXVII. An Act providing for the organization of the ordnance department. April 5, 1832
68 Chapter LXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. April 5, 1832
69 Chapter LXIX. An Act to change the time of holding the United States district court, at Staunton, in the western district of Virginia. April 5, 1832
70 Chapter LXX. An Act authorizing the governor of the territory of Arkansas to lease the salt springs, in said territory, and for other purposes. April 20, 1832
71 Chapter LXXI. An Act making appropriations in conformity with the stipulations of certain Indian treaties. April 20, 1832
72 Chapter LXXII. An Act providing for the postponement of the trial of certain cases now pending in the superior courts of Arkansas territory, and for withholding from sale or entry certain lands in said territory. April 20, 1832
73 Chapter LXXIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. April 20, 1832
74 Chapter LXXIV. An Act making appropriations for the support of government for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. May 5, 1832
75 Chapter LXXV. An Act to provide the means of extending the benefits of vaccination, as a preventive of the small-pox, to the Indian tribes, and thereby, as far as possible, to save them from the destructive ravages of that disease. May 5, 1832
76 Chapter LXXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 5, 1832
77 Chapter LXXVII. An Act for altering the time of holding the district court of the United States for the district of Indiana. May 19, 1832
78 Chapter LXXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 19, 1832
79 Chapter LXXIX. An Act for giving effect to a commercial arrangement between the United States and the Republic of Colombia. May 19, 1832
80 Chapter LXXX. An Act authorizing the revision and extension of the rules and regulations of the naval service. May 19, 1832
81 Chapter LXXXI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 19, 1832
82 Chapter LXXXII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 19, 1832
83 Chapter LXXXIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 19, 1832
84 Chapter LXXXIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 19, 1832
85 Chapter LXXXV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 19, 1832
86 Chapter LXXXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 19, 1832
87 Chapter LXXXVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 19, 1832
88 Chapter LXXXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 19, 1832
89 Chapter LXXXIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 19, 1832
90 Chapter XC. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 19, 1832
91 Chapter XCI. An Act for the apportionment of representatives among the several states, according to the fifth census. May 22, 1832
92 Chapter XCII. An act to alter the time of holding the district court of the United States for the western district of Louisiana. May 22, 1832
93 Chapter XCIII. An Act to authorize the removal of the land office from Mount Salus, in the state of Mississippi, and to remove the land office from Franklin to Fayette, in the state of Missouri. May 22, 1832
94 Chapter XCIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 22, 1832
95 Chapter XCV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 25, 1832
96 Chapter XCVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 25, 1832
97 Chapter XCVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 25, 1832
98 Chapter XCVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 25, 1832
99 Chapter XCIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 25, 1832
100 Chapter C. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 25, 1832
101 Chapter CI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 25, 1832
102 Chapter CII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 25, 1832
103 Chapter CIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 25, 1832
104 Chapter CIV. An Act to exempt the vessels of Portugal from the payment of duties on tonnage. May 25, 1832
105 Chapter CV. An Act to extend the limits of Georgetown, in the District of Columbia. May 25, 1832
106 Chapter CVI. An Act for improving Pennsylvania Avenue, supplying the public buildings with water, and for paving the walk from the western gate to the Capitol with flagging. May 25, 1832
107 Chapter CVII. An Act to amend an act, entitled “An act to enlarge the powers of the several corporations of the District of Columbia.” May 25, 1832
108 Chapter CVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 25, 1832
109 Chapter CIX. An Act making appropriations for the Indian department for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. May 31, 1832
110 Chapter CX. An Act to aid the vestry of Washington parish in the erection of a keeper’s house, and the improvement and security of the ground alotted for the interment of members of Congress, and other public officers. May 31, 1832
111 Chapter CXI. An Act in relation to the penitentiary for the District of Columbia. May 31, 1832
112 Chapter CXII. An Act for quieting possessions, enrolling conveyances, and securing the estates of purchasers within the District of Columbia. May 31, 1832
113 Chapter CXIII. An Act vesting in the corporation of the city of Washington, all the rights of the Washington Canal Company; and for other purposes. May 31, 1832
114 Chapter CXIV. An Act changing the times of holding the courts in the District of Columbia. May 31, 1832
115 Chapter CXV. An Act defining the qualifications of voters in the territory of Arkansas. May 31, 1832
116 Chapter CXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 31, 1832
117 Chapter CXVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 31, 1832
118 Chapter CXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 31, 1832
119 Chapter CXIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 31, 1832
120 Chapter CXX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 31, 1832
121 Chapter CXXI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 31, 1832
122 Chapter CXXII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. May 31, 1832
123 Chapter CXXIII. An Act making appropriations for Indian annuities, and other similar objects, for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. June 4, 1832
124 Chapter CXXIV. An Act making appropriations in conformity with the stipulations of certain treaties with the Creeks, Shawnees, Ottoways, Senecas, Wyandots, Cherokees, and Choctaws. June 4, 1832
125 Chapter CXXV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 4, 1832
126 Chapter CXXVI. An Act supplementary to the “Act for the relief of certain surviving officers and soldiers of the revolution.” June 4, 1832
127 Chapter CXXVII. An Act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to permit a wharf to be built near the site of the lighthouse on Stratford point, in the state of Connecticut. June 15, 1832
128 Chapter CXXVIII. An Act to create the office of surveyor of public lands for the territory of Arkansas. June 15, 1832
129 Chapter CXXIX. An Act granting to the territory of Arkansas one thousand acres of land, for the erection of a courthouse and jail at Little Rock. June 15, 1832
130 Chapter CXXX. An Act for the re-appropriation of certain unexpended balances of former appropriations; and for other purposes. June 15, 1832
131 Chapter CXXXI. An Act to authorize the President to raise mounted volunteers for the defence of the frontier. June 15, 1832
132 Chapter CXXXII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 15, 1832
133 Chapter CXXXIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 15, 1832
134 Chapter CXXXIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 15, 1832
135 Chapter CXXXV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 15, 1832
136 Chapter CXXXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 15, 1832
137 Chapter CXXXVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 15, 1832
138 Chapter CXXXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 15, 1832
139 Chapter CXXXIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 15, 1832
140 Chapter CXL. An Act to authorize the inhabitants of the state of Louisiana to enter the back lands. June 15, 1832
141 Chapter CXLI. An Act to establish certain post-roads, and to alter and discontinue others; and for other purposes. June 15, 1832
142 Chapter CXLII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 25, 1832
143 Chapter CXLIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 25, 1832
144 Chapter CXLIV. An Act establishing land districts in the territory of Arkansas. June 25, 1832
145 Chapter CXLV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 25, 1832
146 Chapter CXLVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 25, 1832
147 Chapter CXLVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 25, 1832
148 Chapter CXLVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 25, 1832
149 Chapter CXLIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. June 25, 1832
150 Chapter CL. An Act to increase the number of surgeons and assistant surgeons in the army of the United States. June 28, 1832
151 Chapter CLI. An Act further to extend the pension heretofore granted to the widows of persons killed or who died in the naval service. June 28, 1832
152 Chapter CLII. An Act making provision for the sale and disposition of the public grounds in the cities of St. Augustine and Pensacola, and to reserve certain lots and buildings for public purposes, and to provide for their repair and preservation. June 28, 1832
153 Chapter CLIII. An Act making appropriations for certain internal improvements for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. July 3, 1832
154 Chapter CLIV. An Act to authorize the President of the United States to direct transfers of appropriations in the naval service, under certain circumstances. July 3, 1832
155 Chapter CLV. An Act to authorize the legislature of the state of Indiana to sell and convey certain lands granted to said state for the use of the people thereof. July 3, 1832
156 Chapter CLVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 3, 1832
157 Chapter CLVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 3, 1832
158 Chapter CLVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 3, 1832
159 Chapter CLIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 3, 1832
160 Chapter CLX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 3, 1832
161 Chapter CLXI. An Act to provide for carrying into effect the treaty of limits between the United States of America and the United Mexican States. July 3, 1832
162 Chapter CLXII. An Act concerning patents for useful inventions. July 3, 1832
163 Chapter CLXIII. An Act for the sale of the unlocated lots in the fifty quarter townships in the United States’ military district, in the state of Ohio, reserved to satisfy warrants granted to individuals for their military services. July 3, 1832
164 Chapter CLXIV. An Act to authorize the surveying and laying out a road from Detroit to the mouth of Grand river of Lake Michigan, in the Michigan territory, and for the survey of canal routes in the territory of Florida. July 4, 1832
165 Chapter CLXV. An Act to authorize the surveying and making of a road from La Plaisance bay, in the territory of Michigan, to intersect the Chicago road. July 4, 1832
166 Chapter CLXVI. An Act for the final adjustment of the claims to lands in the south-eastern land district of the state of Louisiana. July 4, 1832
167 Chapter CLXVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 4, 1832
168 Chapter CLXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 4, 1832
169 Chapter CLXIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 4, 1832
170 Chapter CLXX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 4, 1832
171 Chapter CLXXI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 4, 1832
172 Chapter CLXXII. An Act to authorize the governor of the territory of Arkansas to select ten sections of land, granted to said territory for the purpose of building a legislative house for said territory, and for other purposes. July 4, 1832
173 Chapter CLXXIII. An Act to provide for liquidating and paying certain claims of the state of Virginia. July 4, 1832
174 Chapter CLXXIV. An Act to provide for the appointment of a commissioner of Indian Affairs, and for other purposes. July 9, 1832
175 Chapter CLXXV. An Act to enable the President to extinguish Indian title within the state of Indiana, Illinois, and territory of Michigan. July 9, 1832
176 Chapter CLXXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 9, 1832
177 Chapter CLXXVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 9, 1832
178 Chapter CLXXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 9, 1832
179 Chapter CLXXIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 9, 1832
180 Chapter CLXXX. An Act for the final adjustment of private land claims in Missouri. July 9, 1832
181 Chapter CLXXXI. An Act to amend an act entitled “An act for the relief of purchasers of the public lands that have reverted for non-payment of the purchase money”, passed twenty-third day of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight. July 9, 1832
182 Chapter CLXXXII. An Act to alter the times of holding the district court of the United States for the state of Illinois. July 9, 1832
183 Chapter CLXXXIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 9, 1832
184 Chapter CLXXXIV. An Act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to compromise the claim of the United States on the Farmers and Mechanics’ Bank of Indiana. July 9, 1832
185 Chapter CLXXXV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 9, 1832
186 Chapter CLXXXVI. An Act to finish the rebuilding of the frigate Macedonian. July 10, 1832
187 Chapter CLXXXVII. An Act to provide for paying certain arrearages for surveys made by naval officers, and for other purposes. July 10, 1832
188 Chapter CLXXXVIII. An Act to provide for rebuilding the frigate Java and the sloop Cyane. July 10, 1832
189 Chapter CLXXXIX. An Act to provide for completing the navy hospital at Norfolk, and the navy asylum at Philadelphia, and to furnish them in part. July 10, 1832
190 Chapter CXC. An Act authorizing the construction of naval hospitals at the navy yards at Charlestown, Massachusetts, Brooklyn, New York, and Pensacola. July 10, 1832
191 Chapter CXCI. An Act to carry into effect the act to provide for a survey of the coast of the United States. July 10, 1832
192 Chapter CXCII. An Act to provide iron tanks for the use of the navy of the United States. July 10, 1832
193 Chapter CXCIII. An Act to establish additional land districts in the state of Alabama, and for other purposes. July 10, 1832
194 Chapter CXCIV. An Act for the regulation of the navy and privateer pension and navy hospital funds. July 10, 1832
195 Chapter CXCV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 10, 1832
196 Chapter CXCVI. An Act to extend the provisions of the act, entitled “An act regulating commercial intercourse with the islands of Martinique and Guadaloupe,” approved the ninth of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, and to refund the tonnage duties on the French ship Victorine. July 13, 1832
197 Chapter CXCVII. An Act giving the assent of Congress to an act of the legislature of North Carolina, entitled “An act to incorporate a company, entitled the Roanoke Inlet Company, and for other purposes;” and also, to an act amendatory thereof, which passed in one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight. July 13, 1832
198 Chapter CXCVIII. An Act making appropriations for a custom-house in the city of New York, and for other purposes. July 13, 1832
199 Chapter CXCIX. An Act to carry into effect the convention between the United States and his majesty the King of the French, concluded at Paris on the fourth of July, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one. July 13, 1832
200 Chapter CC. An Act to carry into effect certain Indian treaties. July 13, 1832
201 Chapter CCI. An Act extending further the right of debenture to the port of Key West, and altering the limits of the district of Key West. July 13, 1832
202 Chapter CCII. An Act authorizing the entry of vessels and merchandise arriving from the Cape of Good Hope, or beyond the same, at the port of Edgartown, in Massachusetts. July 13, 1832
203 Chapter CCIII. An Act concerning the issuing of patents to aliens, for useful discoveries and inventions. July 13, 1832
204 Chapter CCIV. An Act to enforce quarantine regulations. July 13, 1832
205 Chapter CCV. An Act to extend the time of issuing military land warrants to officers and soldiers of the revolutionary army. July 13, 1832
206 Chapter CCVI. An Act authorizing the Secretary of War to pay to the Seneca tribe of Indians, the balance of an annuity, of six thousand dollars, usually paid to said Indians, and remaining unpaid for the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine. July 13, 1832
207 Chapter CCVII. An Act concerning tonnage duty on Spanish vessels. July 13, 1832
208 Chapter CCVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 13, 1832
209 Chapter CCIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 13, 1832
210 Chapter CCX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 13, 1832
211 Chapter CCXI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 13, 1832
212 Chapter CCXII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 13, 1832
213 Chapter CCXIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 13, 1832
214 Chapter CCXIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 13, 1832
215 Chapter CCXV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 13, 1832
216 Chapter CCXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 13, 1832
217 Chapter CCXVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 13, 1832
218 Chapter CCXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 13, 1832
219 Chapter CCXIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 13, 1832
220 Chapter CCXX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 13, 1832
221 Chapter CCXXI. An Act to increase and improve the law department of the library of Congress. July 14, 1832
222 Chapter CCXXII. An Act to provide for completing the removal and erection of the naval monument. July 14, 1832
223 Chapter CCXXIII. An Act concerning certain officers of the marine corps. July 14, 1832
224 Chapter CCXXIV. An Act supplementary to the several acts making appropriation for the civil and military service during the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. July 14, 1832
225 Chapter CCXXV. An Act providing for the purchase by the United States of the rights of the Washington Bridge Company, in the District of Columbia, and for the erection of a public bridge on the site thereof. July 14, 1832
226 Chapter CCXXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
227 Chapter CCXXVII. An Act to alter and amend the several acts imposing duties on imports. July 14, 1832
228 Chapter CCXXVIII. An Act to provide for the extinguishment of the Indian title to lands lying in the states of Missouri and Illinois, and for other purposes. July 14, 1832
229 Chapter CCXXIX. An Act for the erection of barracks, quarters, and store-houses, and the purchase of a site, in the vicinity of New Orleans. July 14, 1832
230 Chapter CCXXX. An Act in addition to an act, entitled “An act for the relief of certain insolvent debtors of the United States.” July 14, 1832
231 Chapter CCXXXI. An Act to provide for the appointment of three commissioners to treat with the Indians, and for other purposes. July 14, 1832
232 Chapter CCXXXII. An Act to provide for the taking of certain observations preparatory to the adjustment of the northern boundary line of the state of Ohio. July 14, 1832
233 Chapter CCXXXIII. An Act to amend the act entitled “An act to provide for mitigating or remitting the forfeitures, penalties, and disabilities accruing in certain cases therein mentioned.” July 14, 1832
234 Chapter CCXXXIV. An Act further to provide for the relief of distressed American seamen in foreign countries. July 14, 1832
235 Chapter CCXXXV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
236 Chapter CCXXXVI. An Act for the relief of the invalid pensioners of the United States. July 14, 1832
237 Chapter CCXXXVII. An Act to amend the act, entitled “An act for the relief of certain surviving officers and soldiers of the army of the revolution.” July 14, 1832
238 Chapter CCXXXVIII. An Act repealing part of the fifth section of an act, entitled “An act to establish ports of delivery at Port Pontchartrain and Delaware city, and for other purposes.” July 14, 1832
239 Chapter CCXXXIX. An Act to amend the several acts for the establishment of a territorial government in Florida. July 14, 1832
240 Chapter CCXL. An Act to authorize the sale of certain public lands in the state of Ohio. July 14, 1832
241 Chapter CCXLI. An Act to authorize the disposition of the fund arising from the sale of a quarter section of land, reserved for the use of schools, in Florida. July 14, 1832
242 Chapter CCXLII. An Act giving the assent of the United States to an act of the general assembly of Maryland, passed at their December session, in one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one, entitled “An act further to amend the act incorporating the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company.” July 14, 1832
243 Chapter CCXLIII. An Act making appropriation towards the expense of laying out and opening a military road, from fort Howard, at Green bay, to fort Crawford, on the Mississippi. July 14, 1832
244 Chapter CCLIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
245 Chapter CCXLV. An Act to revive and continue in force “An act authorizing the payment of certain certificates,” approved seventh May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-two. July 14, 1832
246 Chapter CCXLVI. An Act supplemental to the act “granting the right of pre-emption to settlers on the public lands,” approved the twenty-ninth day of May, eighteen hundred and thirty. July 14, 1832
247 Chapter CCXLVII. An Act to authorize the sale of lands reserved from sale at fort Jackson, in the state of Alabama. July 14, 1832
248 Chapter CCXLVIII. An Act granting certain city lots to the corporation of the Columbian College, for the purposes therein mentioned. July 14, 1832
249 Chapter CCXLIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
250 Chapter CCL. An Act to release from duty iron prepared for, and actually laid on, railways or inclined planes. July 14, 1832
251 Chapter CCLI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
252 Chapter CCLII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
253 Chapter CCLIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
254 Chapter CCLIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
255 Chapter CCLV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
256 Chapter CCLVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
257 Chapter CCLVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
258 Chapter CCLVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
259 Chapter CCLIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
260 Chapter CCLX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
261 Chapter CCLXI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
262 Chapter CCLXII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
263 Chapter CCLXIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
264 Chapter CCLXIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
265 Chapter CCLXV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
266 Chapter CCLXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
267 Chapter CCLXVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
268 Chapter CCLXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
269 Chapter CCLXIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
270 Chapter CCLXX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
271 Chapter CCLXXI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
272 Chapter CCLXXII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
273 Chapter CCLXXIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
274 Chapter CCLXXIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
275 Chapter CCLXXV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
276 Chapter CCLXXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
277 Chapter CCLXXVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
278 Chapter CCLXXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
279 Chapter CCLXXIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
280 Chapter CCLXXX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
281 Chapter CCLXXXI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
282 Chapter CCLXXXII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
283 Chapter CCLXXXIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
284 Chapter CCLXXXIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
285 Chapter CCLXXXV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
286 Chapter CCLXXXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
287 Chapter CCLXXXVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
288 Chapter CCLXXXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
289 Chapter CCLXXXIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
290 Chapter CCXC. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
291 Chapter CCXCI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
292 Chapter CCXCII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
293 Chapter CCXCIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
294 Chapter CCXCIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
295 Chapter CCXCV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
296 Chapter CCXCVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
297 Chapter CCXCVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
298 Chapter CCXCVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
299 Chapter CCXCIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
300 Chapter CCC. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 14, 1832
301 Chapter CCCI. An Act supplemental to the act “granting certain relinquished and unappropriated lands to the state of Alabama, for the purpose of improving the navigation of the Tennessee, Coosa, Cahaba, and Black Warrior rivers,” approved the twenty-third day of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight. July 16, 1832
302 Chapter CCCII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 16, 1832
303 Chapter CCCIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. July 16, 1832

Public Resolutions Edit

Resolution Date
Resolution I empowering the Secretary of the Navy to settle certain contracts, and to relinquish certain forfeitures. Feb. 10, 1832
Resolution II concerning the recording of patents for useful inventions. March 7, 1832
Resolution III respecting the pay of the marine corps. May 25, 1832
Resolution IV transferring certain duties, relating to pensions, from the Treasury to the War Department. May 25, 1832
Resolution V for the distribution of the returns of the fifth census. July 3, 1832
Resolution VI directing the distribution of a compilation of congressional documents, and for other purposes. July 10, 1832
Resolution VII for binding the several copies of the returns of the fifth census, printed by authority of the act of the twenty-third of May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty. July 13, 1832
Resolution VIII to repeal a resolution, approved the twenty-ninth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, authorizing the President of the United States to employ a skilful assistant in the corps of engineers. July 14, 1832
Resolution IX in relation to the execution of an act supplementary to the act for the relief of certain surviving officers and soldiers of the revolution. July 14, 1832
Resolution X directing the transmission of the fifth census by mail. July 14, 1832
Resolution XI respecting the Biennial Register. July 14, 1832

2nd Session Edit

Public Laws Edit

of the

UNITED STATES,

Passed at the second session, which was begun and held at the City of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Monday, the third day of December, 1832, and ended the second of March, 1833.

Andrew Jackson, President; J. C. Calhoun, Vice President of the United States, and President of the Senate; Andrew Stevenson, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

  Chapter Title Date
1 Chapter I. An Act making appropriations, in part, for the support of government for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three, and for certain expenditures of the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. Jan. 14, 1833
2 Chapter II. An Act making appropriations for the revolutionary and other pensioners of the United States, for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three. Jan. 14, 1833
3 Chapter III. An Act making appropriations for carrying on the fortifications of the United States, during the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three. Jan. 14, 1833
4 Chapter IV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 14, 1833
5 Chapter V. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 14, 1833
6 Chapter VI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 14, 1833
7 Chapter VII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 14, 1833
8 Chapter VIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 28, 1833
9 Chapter IX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 28, 1833
10 Chapter X. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 28, 1833
11 Chapter XI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 28, 1833
12 Chapter XII. An Act to establish a land office in the territory of Michigan. Jan. 30, 1833
13 Chapter XII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 30, 1833
14 Chapter XIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 30, 1833
15 Chapter XV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Jan. 30, 1833
16 Chapter XVI. An Act for making Calais and Penbroke, in the state of Maine, ports of delivery. Feb. 5, 1833
17 Chapter XVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 5, 1833
18 Chapter XVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 5, 1833
19 Chapter XIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 5, 1833
20 Chapter XX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 5, 1833
21 Chapter XXI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 5, 1833
22 Chapter XXII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 5, 1833
23 Chapter XXIII. An Act to explain an act, entitled “An act to reduce the duties on coffee, tea, and cocoa,” passed the twentieth of May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty. Feb. 9, 1833
24 Chapter XXIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 9, 1833
25 Chapter XXV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 9, 1833
26 Chapter XXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 9, 1833
27 Chapter XXVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 9, 1833
28 Chapter XXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 9, 1833
29 Chapter XXIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 9, 1833
30 Chapter XXX. An Act to amend an act, entitled “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 nineteenth February, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one. Feb. 19, 1833
31 Chapter XXXI. An Act to amend an act, entitled “An act supplementary to the act for the relief of certain surviving officers and soldiers of the revolution.” Feb. 19, 1833
32 Chapter XXXII. An Act for the further improvement of Pennsylvania Avenue. Feb. 19, 1833
33 Chapter XXXIII. An Act for the payment of horses and arms lost in the military service of the United States against the Indians on the frontiers of Illinois and the Michigan territory. Feb. 19, 1833
34 Chapter XXXIV. An Act for the purchase of certain copies of Watterston and Vanzandt’s Statistical Tables, and to authorize a subscription for a continuation of the same. Feb. 19, 1833
35 Chapter XXXV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 19, 1833
36 Chapter XXXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 19, 1833
37 Chapter XXXVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 19, 1833
38 Chapter XXXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 19, 1833
39 Chapter XXXIX. An Act making appropriations for the naval service for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three. Feb. 20, 1833
40 Chapter XL. An Act making appropriations for Indian annuities, and other similar objects, for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three. Feb. 20, 1833
41 Chapter XLI. An Act to authorize the laying out and constructing a road from Line Creek to the Chatahooche, and for repairing the road on which the mail is now transported. Feb. 20, 1833
42 Chapter XLII. An Act to authorize the legislature of the state of Ohio to sell the land reserved for the support of religion in the Ohio Company’s, and John Cleves Symmes’ purchases. Feb. 20, 1833
43 Chapter XLIII. An Act further to extend the time for entering certain donation claims to land in the territory of Arkansas. Feb. 20, 1833
44 Chapter XLIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 20, 1833
45 Chapter XLV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 20, 1833
46 Chapter XLVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 20, 1833
47 Chapter XLVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 27, 1833
48 Chapter XLVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 27, 1833
49 Chapter XLIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 27, 1833
50 Chapter L. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 27, 1833
51 Chapter LI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 27, 1833
52 Chapter LII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 27, 1833
53 Chapter LIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. Feb. 27, 1833
54 Chapter LIV. An Act making appropriations for the civil and diplomatic expenses of government for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three. March 2, 1833
55 Chapter LV. An Act to modify the act of the fourteenth of July, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, and all other acts imposing duties on imports. March 2, 1833
56 Chapter LVI. An Act making appropriations for the Indian Department for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three. March 2, 1833
57 Chapter LVII. An Act further to provide for the collection of duties on imports. March 2, 1833
58 Chapter LVIII. An Act to explain and amend the eighteenth section of “An act to alter and amend the several acts imposing duties on imports,” approved the fourteenth July, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. March 2, 1833
59 Chapter LIX. An Act making appropriations to carry into effect certain Indian treaties, and for other purposes, for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three. March 2, 1833
60 Chapter LX. An Act making appropriations for the engineer and ordnance departments. March 2, 1833
61 Chapter LXI. An Act making appropriations for the support of the army for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three. March 2, 1833
62 Chapter LXII. An Act to explain and amend the act to alter and amend the several acts imposing duties on imports passed July fourteenth, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, so far as relates to hardware, and certain manufactures of copper and brass, and other articles. March 2, 1833
63 Chapter LXIII. An Act making appropriations for the erection of certain fortifications. March 2, 1833
64 Chapter LXIV. An Act for improving the navigation of certain rivers in the territories of Florida and Michigan, and for surveys, and for other purposes. March 2, 1833
65 Chapter LXV. An Act in relation to the Potomac bridge. March 2, 1833
66 Chapter LXVI. An Act to improve the navigation of the Potomac river between Georgetown and Alexandria, and for other purposes. March 2, 1833
67 Chapter LXVII. An Act [in] addition to the act for the gradual improvement of the navy of the United States. March 2, 1833
68 Chapter LXVIII. An Act to improve the condition of the non-commissioned officers and privates of the army and marine corps of the United States, and to prevent desertion. March 2, 1833
69 Chapter LXIX. An Act making appropriations for carrying on certain works heretofore commenced for improvement of harbours and rivers, and, also, for continuing and repairing the Cumberland road, and certain territorial roads. March 2, 1833
70 Chapter LXX. An Act making appropriation for the public buildings, and for other purposes. March 2, 1833
71 Chapter LXXI. An Act for the construction of a road from the Mississippi river to William Strong’s, on the St. Francis river, in the territory of Arkansas. March 2, 1833
72 Chapter LXXII. An Act prolonging the second session of the fifth legislative council of the territory of Michigan. March 2, 1833
73 Chapter LXXIII. An Act in addition to, and in alteration of, an act entitled “An act vesting in the corporation of the city of Washington all the rights of the Washington Canal Company,” and for other purposes. March 2, 1833
74 Chapter LXXIV. An Act establishing a port of delivery and entry at the village of Fall River in Massachusetts, and discontinuing the office at Dighton. March 2, 1833
75 Chapter LXXV. An Act to authorize the President of the United States to exchange certain lands belonging to the navy yard at Brooklyn, for other lands contiguous thereto. March 2, 1833
76 Chapter LXXVI. An Act for the more perfect defence of the frontier. March 2, 1833
77 Chapter LXXVII. An Act to create sundry new land offices, and to alter the boundaries of other land offices of the United States. March 2, 1833
78 Chapter LXXVIII. An Act making provision for the publication of the Documentary History of the American Revolution. March 2, 1833
79 Chapter LXXIX. An Act declaring the assent of Congress to an act of the General Assembly of the state of Virginia, hereinafter recited. March 2, 1833
80 Chapter LXXX. An Act to secure to mechanics and others payment for labour done and materials furnished in the erection of buildings in the District of Columbia. March 2, 1833
81 Chapter LXXXI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
82 Chapter LXXXII. An Act authorizing an alteration in the election districts for members of the legislative council of the territory of Michigan. March 2, 1833
83 Chapter LXXXIII. An Act supplementary to an act, entitled “An act concerning a seminary of learning in the territory of Arkansas,” approved the second of March, eighteen hundred and twenty-seven. March 2, 1833
84 Chapter LXXXIV. An Act supplemental to the act entitled “An act for the final adjustment of land claims in Missouri.” March 2, 1833
85 Chapter LXXXV. An Act authorizing the removal of the office of surveyor general of public lands south of Tennessee. March 2, 1833
86 Chapter LXXXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
87 Chapter LXXXVII. An Act to amend an act, entitled “An act to grant a quantity of land to the state of Illinois, for the purpose of aiding in opening a canal to connect the waters of the Illinois river with those of Lake Michigan,” and to allow further time to the state of Ohio for commencing the Miami canal from Dayton to Lake Erie.
88 Chapter LXXXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
89 Chapter LXXXIX. An Act to authorize the President of the United States to cause the public surveys to be connected with the line of demarcation between the states of Indiana and Illinois. March 2, 1833
90 Chapter XC. An Act further to extend the powers of the board of canal commissioners for the improvement of the Tennessee river in the state of Alabama. March 2, 1833
91 Chapter XCI. An Act prescribing the mode by which patents for public lands shall be signed and executed. March 2, 1833
92 Chapter XCII. An Act to revive the act entitled “An act supplementary to the several laws for the sale of [the] public lands.” March 2, 1833
93 Chapter XCIII. An Act to establish a town at St. Marks, in Florida. March 2, 1833
94 Chapter XCIV. An Act granting an additional quantity of land for the location of revolutionary bounty land warrants. March 2, 1833
95 Chapter XCV. An Act to extend the provisions of the act of the third March, one thousand eight hundred and seven, entitled “An Act to prevent settlements being made on lands ceded to the United States, until authorized by law.” March 2, 1833
96 Chapter XCVI. An Act to carry into effect the convention between the United States and his majesty the king of the Two Sicilies, concluded at Naples on the fourteenth day of October, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. March 2, 1833
97 Chapter XCVII. An Act to authorize the governor of the territory of Arkansas to sell the land granted to said territory by an act of Congress approved the fifteenth of June, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, and for other purposes. March 2, 1833
98 Chapter XCVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
99 Chapter XCIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
100 Chapter C. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
101 Chapter CI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
102 Chapter CII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
103 Chapter CIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
104 Chapter CIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
105 Chapter CV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
106 Chapter CVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
107 Chapter CVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
108 Chapter CVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
109 Chapter CIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
110 Chapter CX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
111 Chapter CXI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
112 Chapter CXII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
113 Chapter CXIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
114 Chapter CXIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
115 Chapter CXV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
116 Chapter CXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
117 Chapter CXVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
118 Chapter CXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
119 Chapter CXIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
120 Chapter CXX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
121 Chapter CXXI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
122 Chapter CXXII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
123 Chapter CXXIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
124 Chapter CXXIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
125 Chapter CXXV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
126 Chapter CXXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
127 Chapter CXXVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
128 Chapter CXXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
129 Chapter CXXIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
130 Chapter CXXX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
131 Chapter CXXXI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
132 Chapter CXXXII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
133 Chapter CXXXIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
134 Chapter CXXXIV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
135 Chapter CXXXV. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
136 Chapter CXXXVI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
137 Chapter CXXXVII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
138 Chapter CXXXVIII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
139 Chapter CXXXIX. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
140 Chapter CXL. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
141 Chapter CXLI. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
142 Chapter CXLII. See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833

Public Resolutions Edit

Resolution Date
Resolution I authorizing the delivery of certain papers in the Department of State to the commissioners for settling claims under the treaty with France, of the second of February, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. Feb. 19, 1833
Resolution II in relation to the execution of the act supplementary to the “Act for the relief of certain surviving officers and soldiers of the revolution.” March 2, 1833
See Private Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress in Volume 6. March 2, 1833
Resolution IV authorizing the Secretary of War to correct certain mistakes. March 2, 1833
Resolution V providing for the continuation of Gales and Seaton’s compilation of state papers. March 2, 1833
Resolution VI to place thirty copies of the diplomatic correspondence of the American revolution at the disposition of the Secretary of State. March 2, 1833