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H. R. No. 605—Continued.

H. R. No. 624 8798; error corrected, 8841; conference report, 3981; agreed

regulate the construction of private baildings in the city of to by Sepate, 3974; by House, 3981, 3982 ; enrolled, 1080;

Washington, District of Columbia.-[By Mr. Welker.] approved, 4255.

Referred, 934.
In Senate: Received from House, 1292; referred, 1308;

H. R. No. 625
amendment submitted, 2260; amendments reported, 2769,

For the relief of David Wright, late captain of company E, fifty. 2856; reported, 2995; amendments, 2996, 3130, 8243 ;

second regiment Indiana volunteers. [By Mr. Eggleston.] discussed, 3351, 3360, 3389, 3429, 3463, 3466, 3506,

Referred, 934.
passed
awanference or ence, 3748, 3749 ; error

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Senate, 3958; by House, 4024; enrolled, forconcurred in by

H. R. No. 626

establish à maił route from Cumberland to Caldwell, in the

State of Ohio.--[By Mr. Bingham.]
H. R. No. 606-

934.
To limit and control the expenditure of certain appropriations. —

Referred,

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[By Mr. Blaine.]

H. R, No. 627–
Referred, 934.

To abolish the post from Pequía, Ohio, to New Bremen, Ohio, and
II. R. No. 607–

to establish a post route from New Bremen tò Anna Station, To amend the act of July 25, 1866, relating to promotions in the

via the Dayton and Michigan railroad. --[By Mr. Mungen.), Navy.-[By Mr. Blaine.]

Referred, 934.
Referred, 934.

H. R. No. 628---
H. R. No. 608

To establish a mail route in the State of Texas. - [By Mr. Burr.]
For the enforcement of contracts payable in coin.+[By Mr. Referred, 935.
Poland.]

H. R. No. 629.-
Referred, 934.

To confirm certain entries of public lands made at the land office
H. R. No. 609

at Boonville, Missouri.By Mr. McClurg.]
Relating to the public debt and the payment of interest thereon.-

Referred, 935.
By Mr. Boutwell.]
Referred, 934.

H. R. No. 630-
H. R. No. 610–

To declare a' certain road in Missouri a post route.*[By Mr.

Gravely.)
To establish a department of justice. ---[By Mr. Jenckes.]
Referred, 934

Referred, 935.
H. R. No. 611

H. R. No. 631-
Concerning American citizenship and the protection due to

Amendatory of aet approved Jaly 26, 1866, entitled "An act
American citizens in foreign States.--[By Mr. Jenckes.). :-

1", to authorize the constraction of certain bridges, and to 19 establish them as post routes."'--[By Mr. Pile] ·

Referred, 935; committee discharged, referred anew, 2669;

substitute reported, 2978; passed, 2974 ; passed Senate, 4061; Granting a pension to William Chamberlain, a soldier of the war enrolled, 4088; approved, 4255.

of 1812.-[By Mr. Van Aernam.]. Referred, 932.

In Senate: Received from House, 2968, referred, 2995; reported,

3856; discussed, 3984 ; passed, 5986; enrolled, 4075. Making an appropriation for the completion of the improvements

H. R. No. 632 of the harbor at Dunkirk, New York. [By Mr. Van Aernam.]

• To establish a post route from Morrison's Station, in the State of Referred, 984.

Missouri, to Fredericksburg, in the same state. *** [By Mr.

Nerocomb.]
For the relief of Mrs. Alice A. Dryer.—[By Mr. Ferriss.)

Referred, 935.
Referred, 934; substitute reported and passed, 3898.; passed

H. R, No. 633
Senate, 4395 ; enrolled, 4484; approved, 4498.

Providing for removing the national capitał to St. Louis county, in
In Senaté: Received from House, 2017 ; referred, 8917; reported,

the State of Missouri.-[By Mr. Nerocomb.] 4145; passed, 48671; leprolled, 4142.

Referred, 935.

H. R. No. 634
To, establish a uniform rule on naturalization. --[By Mr. Robinson.]

Granting a pension to Walter H. Tinker and John P. McElroy.
Referred, 934.

(By Mr. Anderson.]

Referred, 935. Extending the provisions of the act of July 17, 1862, relating to the H. R. No. 635– naturalization of soldiers, to those who enlisted in the paval

In relation to the claims of colored soldiers.-[By Mr. Anderson.] and marine service of the United States. -[By Mr. Miller.}

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Referred, 935; reported adversely, 8943.
Referred, 034; reported, 1297; passed, 1298,
In Senate: Received from House, 1292; referred, 1308,

H. R, No. 636—
Making appropriations for certain harbors in the State of Mich-

igan.-[By Mr. Ferry.] Granting a pension to Christine Kinsel, widow of Erastus Kinsel,

Referred, 935.
deceased, late private company A, one hundred and twenty-
Gil regiment Pennsylvania volunteers. -- [ By Mr. Miller.]

H, R. No. 637–

Granting a pension to John H. Elgood. - [By Mr. Perham.]
Ciwi

Referred, 935.
For the relief of Ward H. Burriett.-[By Mr. Miller. 1

H. R. No. 638—

To regulate the charges and compensation of express companies.11

[By Mr. Loughridge.] Granting an invalid pension to Jacob Gatas. - [By Mr. Morrell.]

a

Referred, 935.
H. R. No. 639
In relation to the taxation of the United States notes,

Treasury Providing for dredging a part of the channel of the Potomac river ||

..

notes, national currency, and fractional notes for State and

municipal purposes. [By Mr. Loughridge.]

Referred, 935.

H. R. No. 640To anthorize the building of a military and postal railroad from

To establish a post route from Ottawa, Iowa, to Sigourney, Iowa.Washington, District of Columbia, to the city of New York.

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[By Mr. Loughridge.]'

Referred, 936.
Referred, 934, reported and recommitted,

H. R. No. 641-
1791.

To establish a mail route in the Statos of Iowa and Minnesota. -To repeal section five of an act entitled si An act concerning the

[By Mr. Hubbard, of Iowa.]
registering and recording of ships or vessels," approved B. o

Referred, 936.
December 31, 1792.-[By Mr. Buckland.]

No. 642

promote the efficiency of the American commercial marine, to ...

provide for the orphans of soldiers and sailors killed in battle To regulate the national currency [By Mr. Buckland.)

or deceased in the service of the United States, and to enlarge

the asylum for disabled veteransı (By Mr Jokason.] Referred, 985.

11. R. No. 615.

H. R. No. 616

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H. R. No. 643–

H. R. No. 658–Continued. Additional to an act making å grant of land to the Territory of In Senate: Received from House, 1916; referred, 1330; reported, Minnesota in alternate sections to aid in the construction of

1910; discussed, 2031; passed with amendments, 2040 certain railroads in said Territory, and to an act granting

recalled, 2068; returned, 2075; recommitted, 2088 ; reported public lands in alternate sections to the State of Alabama to

2240; passed with amendments, 2561; conference, 2597, 2623; aid in the construction of a certain railroad in said State.

conference report, 2803 ; concurred in by Senate, 2803 ; [By Mr. Windom.]

concurred in by House, 2861; enrolled, 2901. Referred, 935.

H. R. No. 659— H. R. No. 644–

Granting a pension to Sarah E. Pickell. --(By Mr. Perham.] For the relief of the Winnebago Indians.-[By Mr. Windom.]

Reported, 1039; passed, 1040; passed Senate, 3336; enrolled, Referred, 935.

3375; approved, 3731.

In Senate: Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068; reported, H. R. No. 645– Granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad and

1461; passed, 3319; enrolled, 3369.
telegraph line from

Fort Seott, Kansas, to Santa Fé, New H. R. No. 660
Mexico.-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas. ]

To restore lands to market along the line of the Pacific railroad Referred, 935.

and branches.-[By Mr. Price.] H. R. No. 646–

Reported and passed, 1039; passed Senate, 1633; enrolled, To extend the preëmption and homestead laws of the United

1668; approved, 1806. States over certain lands, and for other purposes.--[By Mr. In Senate: Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068 ; Clarke, of Kansas. ]

reported, 1486; discussed, 1621; passed, 1622; enrolled, Referred, 935.

1657. H. R. No. 647—

H. R. No. 661– To provide for the unorganized settlements in the Territory of Granting a pension to the widow and child of William Craft.New Mexico.-By Mr. Clever.]

[By Mr. Perham.] Referred, 935.

Reported and passed, 1040"; passed Senate with amendments, H. R. No. 648

3336; disagreed to, 3693; conference, 3694, 3732; conference To provide for the confirmation of private land claims in New

report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928; by House, 3938; Mexico.-[By Mr. Clever.]

enrolled, 4002; approved, 4255. Referred, 935.

In Senate: Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068;

reported, 1461; passed with amendments, 3319; conference, H. R. No. 649—

3688; conference report, 3857; concurred in by Senate, To provide for the settlement of the war debt of New Mexico

3857 ; by House, 3954; enrolled, 2958.
incurred in aid of the United States in suppressing the
rebellion and Indian hostilities in New Mexico-[By Mr.

H. R. No. 662-
Clever. ]

Granting a pension to the widow and children of George R.
Referred, 935; reported and referred anew, 3594.

Waters.-- [By Mr. Perham.] H. R. No. 650—

Reported and passed, 1040; passed Senate with amendments, To amend the act of March 3, 1865, providing for the construction

3336; disagreed to, 3693; conference, 3694, 3732 ; conference of certain wagon-roads in Dakota Territory.-[By Mr.

report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928; by House, 3938; Burleigh.]

enrolled, 4002; approved, 4255. Referred, 935; reported and passed, 1470; passed Senate with

In Senate: Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068 ; amendment, 2637; recalled by Senate, 3236; returned, 3236 ;

reported, 1461 ; passed with amendments, 3319 ; conference, passed Senate with amendments, 3535; agreed to, 3888 ;

3688; conference report, 3857; concurred in by Senate, 3857 ; enrolled, 8939; approved, 4004.

by House, 3954; enrolled, 3958. In Senate : Received from House, 1464; referred, 1486; reported, || H. R. No. 663

2623 ; passed with amendment, 2624 ; recalled from House, Granting arrears of pension to Cyrus K. Wood, legal representative 3213; returned, reconsidered, and recommitted, 3243; reported,

of Cyrus D. Wood.-[By Mr. Perham.] 3463; passed with amendment, 3505 ; concurred in by House, Reported and passed, 1040; passed Senate with amendments, 3872; enrolled, 3904.

3340 ; disagreed to, 3693, conference, 3694, 8732; conference H, R. No. 651

report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928 ; by House, 3938 ; Granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph

enrolled, 4002; approved, 4255. line in the Territory of Dakota.-[By Mr. Burleigh.]

In Senate: Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068 ; Referred, 935; reported and recommitted, 2812.

reported, 1461; passed with amendments, 3319; conference, - H. R, No. 652–

3688; conference report, 3857; concurred in by Senate, 3857 ;

by House, 3954; enrolled, 1958.
To increase the compensation of registers and receivers in the
Territory of Idaho.-[By Mr. Holbrook.]

H. R. No. 664
Referred, 935; reported and recommitted, 2461; reported, 2835;

Granting a pension to the children of Charles Gouler. - [By Mr. called up; 2972; tabled, 2973.

Perham.]

Reported and passed, 1040; amended, 1092; passed Senate H. R. No. 653– For the relief of Felix A. Salter.-[By Mr. Kelley. ]

with amendments, 3340; disagreed to, 3693; conference,

3694, 3782; conference report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, Referred, 935; reported, 2400.

3928; by House, 8938; enrolled, 4002; approved, 4255. H. R. No. 654

In Senate: Received from House, 1097, referred, 1098 ; In relation to weights in the District of Columbia.-[By Mr.

reported, 1461; passed with amendments, 3319; conference, Ingersoll.]

3688; conference report, 3857 ; concurred'in by Senate, 3857 ; Referred, 935; reported, 2163.

by House, 3954; enrolled, 8958. H. R. No. 6554

H. R. No. 665—
For a mail route from Rock Island to Galesburg, in Illinois.—[By
Mr. Harding.)

Granting a pension to Susan V. Berg. - [By Mr. Perham.]
Referred, 936.

Reported and passed, 1040; passed Senate, 3340; enrolled,

3375; approved, 3731. H: R. No. 656

In Senate : Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068 ;
To make St. George and Boothbay ports of delivery.“[By Mr.
Blaine.]

reported, 1461 ; passed, 3320; enrolled, 3359.

H. R. No. 666–
Referred, 966.

Granting & pension to Henry H. Hunter. [By Mr. Perham.]
H. R. No.657-
Providing payment to Walter Plowden for services done the

Reported and passed, 1040; passed Senate with amendments, Government of the United States during the late war.- [By

3340; disagreed to, 3693 ; conference, 3694, 3732; conference Mr. Logan.]

report, 39377

7 agreed to by Senate: 3028 by House, 3937; Referred, 966.

enrolled, 4002; approved, 4255. H. R. No. 6584

In Senate: Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068; Making appropriations for the support of the Army for the year

reported, 1461; passed with amendments, 3320 ; conference,

3688; conference report, 3857; concurred in by Senate, 3857" ending June 30, 1869.-[By Mr. Blaine.]

:: 7: by House, 8954; enrolled, 3968.0 .
Reported, 1018; discussed, 1277, 1280, 1283, 1302, 103Lassed, || H. R. No. 667–
1308; passed Senate with amendments, 2057 ; returned to

;
Senate, 2071 passed Senate with amendments, 2575; non-

For the relief of Mary Graham.-[By Mr. Perkam.)
concurred in, 2609; conference, 2609, 2643 ; conference report,

Reported and passed, 1040; passed Senate, 3340; enrolled, 2872; concurred in by Senate, 2817; by Honse, 2872; enrolled,

3375; approved, 3731. 2910; approved, 2937.

In Senate: Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068;

reported, 1515; passed, 3321 ; enrolled, 3359.

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H. R. No. 672–

H. R. No. 668—

H. R. No. 677Granting a pension to Elizabeth Butler, widow of Cyrus Butler.- Granting a pension to the children of James Heatherly. [By Mr. (By Mr. Perham.]

Nunn. Reported and discussed, 1041; passed, 1042; pagged Senate, Reported and passed, 1043; passed Senate with amendments, 3340; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3732.

8340 ; disagreed to, 3694; conference, 3694, 3732; conference In Senate : Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068;

report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928; by House, 3938; reported, 1461; passed, 3320; enrolled, 3359,

enrolled, 8981; approved, 4255.

In Senate: Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068; reported, H. R. No. 669– Granting a pension to the widow and children of Myron Wilklow.+

1615; passed with amendments, 3321 ; conference, 3688; [By Mr. Van Aernam.]

conference report, 3857; concurred in by Senate, 3857; by Reported and passed, 1012; passed Senate with amendments,

House, 3954 ; enrolled, 3958. 3340; disagreed to, 3693; conference, 8694, 3732; conference H. R. No. 678 report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928; by House, 3938 ; Making appropriations for the payment of invalid and other enrolled, 4002; approved, 4255.

pensions of the United States for the year ending the 30th of In Senate : Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068;

June, 1869.-[By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.] reported, 1515; passed with amendments, 3320; conference, Reported, 1045; discussed, 1335; passed, 1336; passed Senate 3688; conference report, 3857; concurred in by Senate, 3857 ;

with amendments, 1729; referred, 1769; reported and dis. by House, 3954; enrolled, 3958.

agreed to, 1813 ; conference, 1813, 1904, 1998, 2006 ; con. H. R. No. 670–

ference report, 4131 ; agreed to by Senate, 4088; by House, Granting a pension to the widowand children of Andrew Holman.

4131 ; enrolled, 4173; approved 4422. [By Mr. Van Aernam.]

In Senate: Received from House, 1369; referred, 1371; reported, Reported and passed, 1042; passed Senate with amendments,

1694 ; discussed, 1719; passed with amendments, 1725; 8340; disagreed to, 3694 ; conference, 3694, 8732; conference

disagreed to by House, 1812; conference, 1812, 1886, 1977, report, 3937; agreed to by Senate, 3928; by House, 3937 ;

2010, 2559; conference report, 4075; concurred in by Senate, enrolled, 4002; approved, 4255.

4075; by House, 4147; enrolled, 4151. In Senate : Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068; reported,

H. R. No. 6791515; passed with amendments, 8820; conference, 3688 ; For the relief of Mrs. Sally C. Nicholson.—[By Mr. Blaine.] conference report, 3857;. concurred in by Senate, 3857 ; by Referred, 1082. House, 3954; enrolled, 3958.

H. R. No. 080-
H. R. No. 671—

For the relief of Hiram A. Cutting.–[By Mr. Poland. ]
Granting a pension to the widow of Henry Kaneday.--[By Mr.

Referred, 1082.

H. R. No. 681-
Reported and passed, 1042; passed Senate with amendments,
3340; agreed to, 3692; enrolled, 3702; approved, 3809.

For retiring United States notes and for a free system of national
In Senate: Received from House, 1038; referred, 1968; reported,

banking.–[By Mr. Poland. ] 1515; passed with amendments, 3320; enrolled, 3688.

Referred, 1082; motion to reconsider, 1116.

H. R. No. 682Granting & pension to the widow and minor children of Charles

In addition to an act to protect the revenues. [By Mr. Butler, W. Wilcox.-[By Mr. Van Aernam.]

of Massachusetts.] Reported and passed, 1042; passed Senate with amendments,

Referred, 1082. 3340; disagreed to, 3694; conference, 3694, 3732; conference

H. R. No. 683report, 3937; agreed to by Senate, 3928 ; by House, 3937;

In relation to the collector of customs at Yorktown, Virginia, and enrolled, 4002; approved, 4255.

abolishing the office of deputy collector at the same place.In Senate: Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068; reported,

[By Mr. Morrell.] 1516; passed with amendments, 3320 ; conference, 3688;

Referred, 1082
conference report, 3857; concurred in by Senate, 3857 ; by

H. R. No. 684-
House, 3954 ; enrolled, 3958.

Providing for the inspection and use upon steamboats of boilers

made of materials other than charcoal plates or wrought Granting a pension to Saffrona C. Phelps, widow of John S.

iron.-[By Mr. O'Neill.] Phelps. - [By Mr. Van Aernam.),

Referred, 1083.

V.,
Reported and passed, 1042; passed Senate with amendments,

H. R. No. 685—
3340; disagreed to, 3694 ; conference, 3694, 3732 ; conference

Supplementary to an act to incorporate the Newsboys' Home.“ report , 3937; agreed to by Senate, 3928; 'by House, 3937;

[By Mr. Koontz.)
enrolled, 4002; approved, 4255. }

Referred, 1083,
In Senate: Received from House, 1038 ; referred, 1068 ; reported,

Ü. R. No. 686—
1694 ; passed with amendments, 3322 ; conference, 3688;

To incorporate the Columbia Savings Institution.-[By Mr. Conference report, 3857 ; concurred in by Senate, 3857 ; by

Koontz.]

Referred, 1083.

H. R. No. 687Granting a pension to the widow of William S. Hamlin.--[ By Mr.

To provide for the gradual return to specie payments.--[By Mr.

Garfield.] Reported and passed, 1043 ; indefinitely postponed by Senate,

Referred, 1083.

H. R. No. 688– In Senate : Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068; reported

To authorize gold contracts.-[By Mr. Garfield.]

Referred, 1083.

H. R. No. 689— Granting a pension to the widow and child of Cornelius L. Rice.

For the relief of Mary J. Stone, of Jackson county, Tennessee.-

[By Mr. Stokes.] Reported and passed, 1043; passed Senate with amendments,

Referred, 1083.
3340; disagreed to, 3694; conference, 3694, 3732; conference H. R. No. 690-
Teport, 3937; agreed to by Senate, 3928 ; by House, 3987;

For the relief of Rice M. Brown, of Indiana.-By Mr. Hunter.] In Senate: Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068; reported, 9283

Referred, 1083. 1515; passed with amendments, 3321; conference, 3688;

H. R. No. 691conference report, 3857 ; concurred in by Senate, 3857 ; by

To grant relief to the soldiers of the one hundred and forty-fifth

Indiana volunteers. -[By Mr. Hunter.]

Referred, 1083. Granting a pension to Thomas Connolly -[By Mr. Van Aernam.]

H. R. No. 692Reported and passed, 1043 ; passed Senate with amendments,

For the relief of Charles McCarty, of Indiana.-[By Mr. Hunter.] 8340; disagreed to, 3693 ; conference, 3694, 3732; conference | H. R. No. 693

RI! Referred, 1083. eport , 3938 ; agreed to by Senate, $928; by House, 3938 ;

In relation to additional bounty.—[By Mr. Holman:] In Senate: Received from House, 1038; referred, 1068; reported,

Referred, 1083. 1515; passed with amendments, 3320 ; conference, 3688 ;

H. R. No. 694conference report, 8857; concurred in by Senate, 3857 ; by

Granting a pension to Martha Ann Wallace, widow, of Brigadier

General W. H. L. Wallace.--[By Mr. Cook.)
Referred, 1093.

H. R. No. 673–

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House, 3954 ; enrolled, 3958.

H. R. No. 674

Van Aernam.]

1707.

adversely and indefinitely postponed, 1694.

H. R. No. 675—

(By Mr. Van Aernam.]

enrolled, 4002 ; approved, 4255,

House, 3954 ; enrolled, 3958.

1. R. No. 676

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enrolled, 3981 ; approved, 4256.

House, 3954 ; cnrolled, 3358, 3986.

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H. R. No. 716H. R. No. 695

To amend an act. in reference to the legal rate of interest. [By Granting a pension to Eliza Ann Upright.-[By Mr. Farnsworth.]

Mr. Ingersoll.]
Referred, 1083.

Referred, 1084,
H. R. No. 696-
For the relief of Hull & Cozzens and John Naylor & Co.-[By H. R. No. 717-
Mr. Van Horn, of Missouri.]

For the enforcement of mechanics' liens on buildings in the Referred, 1083.

District of Columbia.-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]

Referred, 1084.
H. R. No. 6974
Regulating the terms of the United States court for the western | H. R. No. 718
district of Missouri.-[By Mr. Van Horn, of Missouri.]

Making appropriations for the consular and diplomatic expenses Referred, 1083.

of the Government for the year ending 30th June, 1869.H. R. No. 698

[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois. ] In aid of the Atlantic and Pacific railroad.---[By Mr. Gravely.]

Reported, 1092; discussed, 1201, 1218, 1226; passed, 1228 ; Referred, 1083.

passed Senate with amendments," 1813; referred, 1828;

reported and disagreed to, 1858; conference, 1858, 1865, H. R. No. 699

1869; conferencu report, 1960; agreed to by Senate, 1960; Granting & pension to Hannah Brown.-[By Mr. Upson.] Referred, 1083; reported adversely, 2908

enrolled, 2006.

In Senate': Received from House, 1232; referred, 1256 ; H. R. No. 700

reported, 1694; discussed, 1725, 1746, 1783; passed with to establish a post road from Cold Water, Michigan, to Flint, in

amendments, 1787; disagreed to by House, 1864; conference, the State of Indiana.—[By Mr. Upson.]

1864 ; conference report, 1944; concurred in by Senate, 1944; Referred, 1083.

concurred in by House, 1976; enrolled, 1992. H. R. No. 7014

H. R. No. 719To establish a mail route from Toledo, Towa, to Brooklyn, Iowa.[By Mr. Loughridge.]

For the surrender of persons convicted of certain crimes.-[By Referred, 1083.

Mr. Wilson, of Iowa.)

Referred, 1127; reported, 1273 ; pasged, 1973.. H. R. No. 702

In Senate: Received from House, 1260; referred, 1287; In reference to the payment of pensions to drafted men.-[By Mr. Price. ]

reported and discussed, 1429 ; récommitted, 1431. Referred, 1083; reported adversely, 2907.

H. R. 720H. R. No. 703

To amend an act entitled "An act to extend the jurisdiction of To establish certain mail routes in the State of Minnesota. – [By

district courts to certain cases upon the lakes,' &e., passed

February 26, 1845.-[By Mr. Humphrey.)
Mr. Donnelly.]
Referred, 1083.

Referred, 1127.,
H. R. No. 704–

H. R. No. 721– In aid of the Union Pacific railway, eastern division, supplementary To increase the pension of Amos Armstrong, who was wounded to an act approved July 1, 1862, and the acts emendatory,

in the battle of Queenstown during the war of 1812.-[By thereof.-- [ By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.)

Mr. Spalding.) Referred, 1083.

Referred, 1156.
H. R. No. 705–

H. R. No. 722-
To provide for a commission to investigate claims arising from For the relief of Sally C. Northrop.-By Mr. Hopkins. ]
Indian depredations.-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas. ]

Referred, 1161; reported and passed, 1703 ; passed Senate, 4430; . Read, 'referred, and printed, 1083.

enrolled, 4479; approved, 4498. H. R. No. 706–

In Senate : Received from House, 1702; referred, 1703; reported, Amending an act entitled “ An act to amend an act entitled "An act

3051 ; laid over, 3721 ; passed, 4406 ; enrolled, 4451.
to regulate trade and intercourse with the Indian tribes and H. R. No. 723-
to preserve peace on the frontiers, approved June 30, 1834.'" _ To create the collection district of Island Pond.-[By Mr. Eliot. ]
[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.]

Referred, 1161.
Referred, 1083.

H, R. No. 724–
H. R. No. 707-
For the releif of Mahala Anderson.—[By Mr. Pubbard, of West

To extend the boundaries of the collection district of Champlain. -
Virginia.]

[By Mr. Eliot.]

Referred, 1161.
Referred, 1083.
H. R. No. 708—

H. R, No. 7254
To construct a wagon-road from Cinnamon tò Virginia City, New

Supplemental to an act approved July 14, 1862, entitled "An act Mexico. [By Mr. Clever.]

,,

to establish certain post roads.": --[By Mr. Eggleston.] Referred, 1083; reported adversely, 3943.

Referred, 1161; reported and passed, 1473.

In Senate : Received from Honse, 1464, referred, 1486, reported, H. R. No. 709

1863. For the relief of Margaret Ward.-[By Mr. Clever.] Referred, 1083 ; reported adversely,

H. R. No. 7264

3555. H. R. No. 7104

To regulate the disposition of lands that may be hereafter granted To amend an act entitled "An act to confirm certain private land

to aid in the construction of railroads. -[By Mr. Donnelly.] claims in the Territory of New Mexico."'--[By Mr. Chilcott.]

Referred, 1161.
Referred, 1983,

H. R. No. 727 –
H. R. No. 711-

For an aet to establish a new judicial circuit in the State of Illinois, Relating to the salaries of certain clerks in the Patent Office.

to be held at Galesburg. - [By Mr. Logan.)
[By Mr. Peters. ]

Referred, 1177.
Referred, 1088.

H. R. No. 728
H. R. No. 712-

Relating to the Bureau of Steam Engineering in the Navy DepartTo allow the respondent in criminal proceedings to testify in his

ment.--[By Mr. Van Horn, of Missouri.]
own behalf in any court of the United States held in any Referred, 1177.
State where such privilege is allowed in the courts of such H. R. No. 729-
State by the statute thereof.—[By Mr. Peters.]

To forever prohibit the system of peonage and Indian slavery in
Referred, 1083.

the Territory of New Mexico and other parts of the United H, R No. 718–

States.-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.]
To provide for the exportation of distilled spirits in bond, and for Referred, 1178,
other purposes.—[By Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts.]

H. R. No. 730—
Referred, 1083.
H. R. No. 714

To establish a post route from Noxelsville to Beaver Springs, in
To regulate the duty on lumber, timber, wood, and manufaotures

Snyder county, Pennsylvania.-[By Mr. Miller.]
of wood.—[By Mr. Churchill.]

Referred, 1178.
Referred, 1083.

I. R. No. 781-
II. R. No. 715–

: To authorize Charles Grafton Page to apply for and receive a For the relief of congressional township number eight south,.

patent. - [By Mr. Myers.) range number three east, in Mercer county, State of Ohio,

Reported, 1778; passed, 1179; passed Senate, 1927 ; enrolled, in relation to school lands.-[By Mr. Mungen.]

1960; approved, 2026. Referred, 1083.

In Senate: Received from House, 1165; referred, 1166 ; reported

and passed, 1910; enrolled, 1948.

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H. R, No. 788—

H. R. No. 739–

H. R. No. 740–

H. R. No. 732

E. R. No. 750-
To extend certain patents for the benefit of the heirs of the late To provide for juries in certain cases in the District of Columbia.--
Thomas W. Harvey.-[By Mr. Bromwell.]

[By Mr. Welker.]
Reported, 1179; discussed, 1179, 1180; rejected, 1183.

Referred, 1217. H. R. No. 733

H. R. No. 751
For the relief of the Navajo Indians, at Bosque Rodondo, and For the erection of buildings in the city of Brooklyn.-[By Mr.
to establish them on a reservation.--[By Mr. Butler, of

Robinson.]
Massachusetts.]

Referred, 1217.
Reported and passed, 1184; passed Senate with amendments, H. R. No. 752-
2015; referred, 2543 ; reported, 2971; tabled, 2972.

To establish a post route from Van Wert, Ohio, to Celina, Ohio.--
In Senate: Received from House, 1211; referred, 1229; reported,

[By Mr. Mungen.]
1742; discussed, 1789, 2010; passed with amendment, 2021. Referred, 1217.
H. R. No. 734

H. R. No. 7534
To incorporate the Washington and Norfolk Mail Steamboat

To establish a post route from New Bremen to Dinsmore, in the
Company.-[By Mr. Pike.]

State of Ohio.---[By Mr. Mungen.]
Referred, 1216.

Referred, 1217.
H. R. No. 735-

H. R. No. 754-
To repeal an act approved March 2, 1867, entitled "An act to For the relief of Henry Evrett.--[By Mr. Harding.)

regulate the disposition of fines, penalties, and forfeitures Referred, 1217.
received under the laws relating to the customs."'-[By Mr.

H. R. No. 755--
Eliot.]

For the relief of William W. Wilcox.--[By Mr. Harding.]
Referred, 1216; reported and passed, 2612.
In Senate: Received from House, 2600; referred, 2622 ; reported,

Referred, 1217.
4264.

H. R. No. 756HI. R. No. 736–

To establish the cental standard of measurcment for grains, seeds, Extending a post route from Chapelsburg to Humphrey's Centre,

and cereals.--[By Mr. Pruyn.]
Cattaraugus county, New York.-[By Nr. Van Aernam.]

Referred, 1217.
Referred, 1216.

H. R. No. 757-
H. R. No. 737–

To establish a branch mint of the United States in the Territory

of Montana.-[By Mr. Cavanaugh.]
Relating to settlers on that portion of the Fort Randall military Referred, 1217.

reservation vacated by the order of General Grant in 1867.-
(By Mr. Glossbrenner.]

H. R. No. 758
Referred, 1217.

To reopen the military road over the Cour d'Alene mountains.“

By Mr. Flanders.]

Referred, 1217; reported adversely, 3943.
To fix the salary of the collector of customs for the district of H. R. No. 759-

Angapolis, in the State of Maryland.-[By Mr. Thomas.]
Referred, 1217.

Extending the provisions of an act entitled "An act granting the

right of way to ditch and canal owners over the public lands."

[By Mr. Johnson. To establish post roads in Montgomery, and Howard counties, Referred, 1217.

Maryland-[By Mr. Stone. ]
Referred, 1217.

H. R. No. 760---
To amend an act entitled “An act to quiet land titles in Califor-

nia," approved July 23, 1861.-[By Mr. Johnson.] To create post routes in the counties of Muskingum, Coshocton, Referred, 1217.

Licking, and Knox, in the State of Ohio.-[By Mr. Morgan.] / H. R. No. 761-
Referred, 1217.

To construct a wagon-road from West Point, in the county of

Orange, State of New York, to Cornwall Landing, in said For the relief of William Haynie, administrator of Ann Haynie.

county.-[By Mr. Van Wyck.] Referred, 1217; reported and passed, 4051; passed Senate, 4088;

enrolled, 4178; approved 4422.

In Senate: Received from House, 4031; referred, 4031; reported For the relief of the heirs of Elizabeth Yancey, widow of John

and passed, 4075; enrolled, 4151.
Yancey.--[By Mr. Stokes.]

H. R. No. 762-
To amend the act establishing the national banks.-[By Mr.

Butler, of Massachusetts. ].
For the relief of colored laborers on Fort Cleveland, near Cartbage,

Referred, 1248.
Tennessee, in 1864.-[By Mr. Stokes.]

H. R. No. 763--
For the relief of American citizens abroad.--[By Mr. Starlo

weather.] For the relief of Peter J. Burchell, of Kane county, Illinois.-

Read, 1243; passed, 1244.

In Senate : Received from House, 1232; referred, 1256. Referred, 1217; committee discharged, referred anew,

2680.

H. R. No. 764

For the relief of certain exporters of rum.--[By Mr. Schenck.] To provide levees to protect the low lands of Arkansas and

Referred, 1256; reported, 1513; discussed, 1513; withdrawn, Missouri from inundation, and to encourage the settlement

1514; reported back and passed, 1637; passed Senate with amendment, 3310; concurred in, 3311 ; eurolled, 3327 ; ap.

proved, 3731.

In Senate: Received from House, 1657; referred, 1658; reported, Authorizing the United States district judge for the district of Iowa

18.35; discussed, 1835, 3249; rejected, 3251 ; reconsidered, to appoint clerks at the several places where terms of the

3231, 3275; discussed, 3275; passed with amendments, 3278; district court for said district are provided by law.-[By | 2. R. No. 765–

concurred in by House, 3316; enrolled, 3321.
To establish a law department.--[By Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.]

Reported, 1271; recom initted, 1273; reported and recommitted, Giving relief to soldiers whose discharges are dated previous to

2480. their actual discharge, and who, in fact, served the full term

H. R. No. 766of their enlistment.--[By Mr. Loughridge.]

To revoke the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury to pay

percentage for the sale of Government securities or bonds, and repealing all laws or parts of laws authorizing the appoint.

ment of an agent for the purpose of negotiating or selling the

Government securities or bonds.-[By Mr. Logan.)

Referred, 1286.

H. R. No. 767Granting a pension to Hezekiah Dunn, father of La Fayette

To regulate the disposition of lands that may be hereafter granted Duon, late of company E, one hundred and twenty-third Ohio

to aid in the construction of railroads.-[By Mr. Hopkins.] volunteer infantry.--[By Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.)

Reported and recommitted, 1293; motion to reconsider, 1318;

discussed, 4428; reconsidered and passed, 4430,
In Senate: Received froin House, 4451 ; referred, 4453.

H. R. No. 741–

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[By Mr. Stokes.]

Referred, 1217. H. R. No. 742

Referred, 1217.

H. R. No. 743

Keferred, 1217. H. R. No. 744–

[By Mr. Farnsworth.]

H. R. No. 745

thereof.-[By Mr. Logan.] Referred, 1217.

H. R. No. 746

Mr. Wilson, of Iowa.] Referred, 1217.

H. R. No. 747–

Referred, 1217,

H. R. No. 748–

Providing for the examination of claims for Indian depredations

Referred, 1217.

H. R. No. 749–

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