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Arkansas (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 21
outstanding on the 30th of September last was 74,468, and they will require 8,196,580 acres of the public domain to satisfy them. The Secretary can find no fault with the existing public land system; for forty years the price of public lands has been $1.25 per acre, which has satisfied the majority. The homestead system has everywhere failed, the public discussion of this system has greatly retarded emigration. He knows of no reason why the title to the lands at the Hot Springs of Arkansas should be reserved in perpetuity, and therefore recommends that the disposal of the four sections reserved be provided for by appropriate legislation. As to the grant of land to the State of Iowa for the improvement of the Des Moines river, he says: "Having recommended to the Committee of Public Lands of the Senate, in June last, a relinquishment to the State of all title remaining in the United States to the 272,572 acres of land erroneously listed and certified under the Des Moines g
Cuba (Cuba) (search for this): article 21
elve vessels have been captured this year by the African Squadron, and more than 3,000 negroes rescued. A strong hint is given that the Slave trade can only finally be suppressed by England's enforcing her treaty of 1817 with Spain in reference to Cuba, or the annexation of Cuba by the United States. The bill introduced by Jefferson Davis prohibiting the purchase of patented articles for the Army and Navy is opposed as injurious to the service. The Secretary recommends that he have power toCuba by the United States. The bill introduced by Jefferson Davis prohibiting the purchase of patented articles for the Army and Navy is opposed as injurious to the service. The Secretary recommends that he have power to purchase butter, cheese, flour, and tobacco for the Navy by private purchase and not by advertised contract. The present state and services of the various squadrons and ships are then formally recorded, compliments being paid to Commodores Poor, Porter and Brent, for prompt action in righting the wrongs of American citizens. The Japanese Embassy, reports as to the marine corps, surgeons and paymasters, together with brief statistics of the various exporting expeditions, form the balance of th
Cowlitz (Washington, United States) (search for this): article 21
mbraced in any of the certified lists, which have been surveyed for four, five and six years, but withheld from market on account of the claim of the State, have recently been proclaimed and offered at public sale." The progress of the public surveys in the Territory of Washington has been interrupted on account of the existence of certain land claims under the treaty of June 15, 1846, with Great Britain. Two tracts--one at Nisqually, containing by estimate 167,000 acres, and another at Cowlitz, containing about 3,600 acres--have been claimed under the 4th article of the same treaty, for the Puget's Sound Agricultural Company. "It is due to the people of Washington Territory that some decisive action should be taken. I am not advised that any portion of the tracts claimed are of any public or political importance to the United States, and I recommend that the Surveyor General of Washington Territory, under the supervision of this Department, be authorized by special enactment to
Des Moines River (United States) (search for this): article 21
s of Arkansas should be reserved in perpetuity, and therefore recommends that the disposal of the four sections reserved be provided for by appropriate legislation. As to the grant of land to the State of Iowa for the improvement of the Des Moines river, he says: "Having recommended to the Committee of Public Lands of the Senate, in June last, a relinquishment to the State of all title remaining in the United States to the 272,572 acres of land erroneously listed and certified under the Des Moines grant, I have directed a suspension of immediate action under the railroad grants, so far as the two conflicting claims interfere. The lands along the upper portions of the Des Moines river, not embraced in any of the certified lists, which have been surveyed for four, five and six years, but withheld from market on account of the claim of the State, have recently been proclaimed and offered at public sale." The progress of the public surveys in the Territory of Washington has been
California (California, United States) (search for this): article 21
recommend that the Surveyor General of Washington Territory, under the supervision of this Department, be authorized by special enactment to decide upon the validity of the claims of the Puget's Sound Agricultural Co., and, if they are entitled to confirmation, to determine the location and boundaries of the farms and lands that belonged to the company, which should be required, within a given period, to present its claims for final action." "The colonization system which was tried in California and Texas, under the direction of Congress, and from which I at one time hoped for the most favorable results, has proved an entire failure. It is expensive and radically defective." As to a strip of land in dispute between the Cherokees and white squatters, the Secretary recommends that it be sold, and the proceeds given to the Cherokees. The Shawnees, Miamies, and the confederated bands of Kaskaskias, Peorias Weas, and Piankeshaws, belonged to that class of Indians whose lands
Washington (Washington, United States) (search for this): article 21
from market on account of the claim of the State, have recently been proclaimed and offered at public sale." The progress of the public surveys in the Territory of Washington has been interrupted on account of the existence of certain land claims under the treaty of June 15, 1846, with Great Britain. Two tracts--one at Nisqualling about 3,600 acres--have been claimed under the 4th article of the same treaty, for the Puget's Sound Agricultural Company. "It is due to the people of Washington Territory that some decisive action should be taken. I am not advised that any portion of the tracts claimed are of any public or political importance to the United States, and I recommend that the Surveyor General of Washington Territory, under the supervision of this Department, be authorized by special enactment to decide upon the validity of the claims of the Puget's Sound Agricultural Co., and, if they are entitled to confirmation, to determine the location and boundaries of the farms a
Iowa (Iowa, United States) (search for this): article 21
tem; for forty years the price of public lands has been $1.25 per acre, which has satisfied the majority. The homestead system has everywhere failed, the public discussion of this system has greatly retarded emigration. He knows of no reason why the title to the lands at the Hot Springs of Arkansas should be reserved in perpetuity, and therefore recommends that the disposal of the four sections reserved be provided for by appropriate legislation. As to the grant of land to the State of Iowa for the improvement of the Des Moines river, he says: "Having recommended to the Committee of Public Lands of the Senate, in June last, a relinquishment to the State of all title remaining in the United States to the 272,572 acres of land erroneously listed and certified under the Des Moines grant, I have directed a suspension of immediate action under the railroad grants, so far as the two conflicting claims interfere. The lands along the upper portions of the Des Moines river, not emb
United States (United States) (search for this): article 21
that the Slave trade can only finally be suppressed by England's enforcing her treaty of 1817 with Spain in reference to Cuba, or the annexation of Cuba by the United States. The bill introduced by Jefferson Davis prohibiting the purchase of patented articles for the Army and Navy is opposed as injurious to the service. The Ses river, he says: "Having recommended to the Committee of Public Lands of the Senate, in June last, a relinquishment to the State of all title remaining in the United States to the 272,572 acres of land erroneously listed and certified under the Des Moines grant, I have directed a suspension of immediate action under the railroad g Territory that some decisive action should be taken. I am not advised that any portion of the tracts claimed are of any public or political importance to the United States, and I recommend that the Surveyor General of Washington Territory, under the supervision of this Department, be authorized by special enactment to decide upon
England (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 21
onflicting claims interfere. The lands along the upper portions of the Des Moines river, not embraced in any of the certified lists, which have been surveyed for four, five and six years, but withheld from market on account of the claim of the State, have recently been proclaimed and offered at public sale." The progress of the public surveys in the Territory of Washington has been interrupted on account of the existence of certain land claims under the treaty of June 15, 1846, with Great Britain. Two tracts--one at Nisqually, containing by estimate 167,000 acres, and another at Cowlitz, containing about 3,600 acres--have been claimed under the 4th article of the same treaty, for the Puget's Sound Agricultural Company. "It is due to the people of Washington Territory that some decisive action should be taken. I am not advised that any portion of the tracts claimed are of any public or political importance to the United States, and I recommend that the Surveyor General of Washin
Nisqually (Washington, United States) (search for this): article 21
e lands along the upper portions of the Des Moines river, not embraced in any of the certified lists, which have been surveyed for four, five and six years, but withheld from market on account of the claim of the State, have recently been proclaimed and offered at public sale." The progress of the public surveys in the Territory of Washington has been interrupted on account of the existence of certain land claims under the treaty of June 15, 1846, with Great Britain. Two tracts--one at Nisqually, containing by estimate 167,000 acres, and another at Cowlitz, containing about 3,600 acres--have been claimed under the 4th article of the same treaty, for the Puget's Sound Agricultural Company. "It is due to the people of Washington Territory that some decisive action should be taken. I am not advised that any portion of the tracts claimed are of any public or political importance to the United States, and I recommend that the Surveyor General of Washington Territory, under the superv
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