United States Statutes at Large/Volume 3/13th Congress/3rd Session/Resolution 9
IX. Resolutions, expressive of the high sense entertained by Congress of the gallantry and good conduct of Commodore D. T. Patterson, and Major D. Carmick, and the officers, seamen, and marines under their command, in the defence of New Orleans.
Commodore D. T. Patterson.Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That Congress entertain a high sense of the valour and good conduct of Commodore D. T. Patterson, of the officers, petty officers and seamen attached to his command, for their prompt and efficient co-operation with General Jackson, in the late gallant and successful defence of the city of New Orleans, when assailed by a powerful British force.
Major Daniel Carmick.Resolved, That Congress entertain a high sense of the valour and good conudct of Major Daniel Carmick, of the officers, non-commissioned officers, and marines, under his command, in the defence of the said city, on the late memorable occasion.
Approved, February 22, 1815.