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H. R. No. 1265—

Establishing certain post roads in the State of Indiana,-[By Mr.

Department against John A. Dix, Richard M. Blatchford, and
Concerning the natualization of aliens.-[By Mr. Churchill.]

H. R. No. 1257—

H. R. No. 1275–
Relative to lands sold for non-payment of Federal taxes or under Relating to the Alexandria cànal.“--[By Mr. Ingersoll.]

a judgment or decree of the courts of the United States in the Reported, 3062 ; discussed, 3199 ; passed, 3201 ; passed Senate
States lately in rebellion.—[By Mr. Julian.]

with amendment, 4422; concurred in, 4428; enrolled, 4478; Referred, 3132

approved, 4498.

In Senate: Received from House, 3215; referred, 3216; reported, H. R. No. 1258 To define felonies and misdemeanors and to regulate peremptory

3856 ; discussed, 4400; passed with amendments, 4402; agreed challenges in the courts of the United States, and for other

to by House, 4435; enrolled, 4450.
purposes. - [By Mr. Churchill.)

H. R. No. 1276–
Referred, 3164.

For the sale of the Hot Springs reservation in Arkansas.-[By

Mr. Julian. ]
H. R. No. 12594

Referred, 3223; leave to report asked, 4083 ; reported, 4485;
Amendatory of the homestead law.-[By Mr. Koontz.]
Referred, 3164.

passed, 4487.

In Senate: Received from House, 4501.
an
H. R. No. 1260_

H. R. No. 12774
Being a further addition to an act to promote the progress of the
useful arts.-[By Mr. Myers. ]

To provide for the distribution of the reward offered by the

President of the United States for the capture of Jefferson Referred, 3164.

Davis.- [By Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts. ] H. R. No. 1261

Reported and recommitted, 3226; reported, 3763; called up, 3928; Amendatory of an act relating to habeas corpus and to regulate

discussed, 3928; passed, 3937; passed Senate with amend. judicial proceedings in certain cases, approved March 3,

ments, 4380; conference, 4390, 4395; conference report, 4477 ; 1863.-[By Mr. Thomas. ]

agreed to by Senate, 4474; enrolled, 4493 ; approved, 4498. Referred, 3168; reported, 3267 ; passed, 3268.

In Senate: Received from House, 3956 ; referred, 3982; reported In Senate: Received from House, 8279; reported, 4321 ;

and passed with amendments, 4346; conference, 4400 ; con. discussed, 4404, 4462.

ference report, 4447; concurred in by Senate, 4448; enrolled, H. R. No. 1262

4462. Granting a pension to Wesley P. Davis.--[By Mr. Van Trump.] || 8. R. No. 1278– Referred, 3164.

Providing for the appointment of a commission to examine and H, R. No. 1263—

report upon certain claims of the State of New York.-- (By

Mr. Ketcham.]
Granting a pension to Joseph A. Fry.-[By Mr. Van Trump. ]
usted
Referred, 3164; reported and passed, 3894 ; passed Senate,

Reported and recommitted, 3294 ; reported and discussed, 3944;

recommitted, 3946.
4895; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498.
In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; reported, H. R. No. 1279—
4145; passed, 4367; enrolled, 4443.

In relation to additional bounties.--[By Mr. Washburn, of Indiana.] H. R. No. 1264

Reported and recommitted, 3294; reconsideration moved, 3294;

reconsidered and passed, 3722. For granting a pension to Sarah Benedum, widow of Nelson orked

In Senate : Received from House, 3714; referred, 3715; reported, Benedum. - [By Mr. Van Trump.]

4197. Referred, 3164

H. R. No. 1280—

For the relief of Lieutenant Leonidas Smith, late of the twentyAmendatory of an act entitled "An act to facilitate the settlement

second regiment Indiana volunteer infantry.--[By Mr. Kerr.]
of paymasters' accounts," approved March 16, 1868.-[By Referred, 3327.
Referred, 3164.

H. R. No. 1281-
For the relief of Jacob Briggs.-[By Mr. Kerr.)

Referred, 3327.
To aid in ascertaining the value of certain public lands. -[By Mr. || H. R. No. 1282—
Referred, 3164,

Authorizing certain banks named therein to change their names.

[By Mr. Pomeroy.]

Reported, 3327; passed, 3328; indefinitely postponed by Senato, For the relief of Charles V. Kelley.--(By Mr. Paine. ]

3535. In Senate: Received from House, 3324; reported adversely and

indefinitely postponed, 3504... To authorize and require the Secretary of War to deliver certain

H. R. No. 1283— ordnance to the States of Arkansas, Louisiana, South

Relating to the Covington and Ohio railroad, and its establishment Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida, for

as a post route and military road of the United States. -[By the use of the militia upon the discontinuance of military

Mr. Polsley. ]
governments therein.—[By Mr. Paine.]

Referred, 3331.
H. R. No. 1284-

Imposing taxes on distilled spirits and tobacco.-[By Mr.
To provide for the construction of a wagon-road for military and

Schenck.) postal purposes through the Territories of Dakota, Montana,

Reported, 3337; business limited to, 3171, 3377; discussed, and Washington. --[By Mr. Cavanaugh.]

3378, 3397, 3403, 3411, 3413, 3417, 3441, 3444, 3454, 3456, 3478, 3481, 3485, 3488, 3490, 3525, 3535; passed, 3538;

passed Senate with amendments, 3894; referred, 3894 ; To provide for the publication of the treaties and laws of the

reported, 3981; conference, 3981, 3999, 4002; conference United States in the States of California, Nevada, and Oregon,

report, 4088; agreed to by Senate, 4088; discussed, 4088; and in the Territories of Washington, Idaho, and Montana.“

agreed to by House, 4090; enrolled, 4225; approved, 4384,

4381. In Senate : Received from House, 3540; referred, 3540; reported,

3708; discussed, 3728, 3749, 3771, 3818, 8831, 3860 ; passed with amendments, 3869; vote, 3901 ; conference, 3966, 3984; conference report, 4079; concurred in by Senate, 4080;

House, 4199; enrolled, 4210.

H. R. No. 1285–
To promote the efficiency of the revenue, &c.—[By Mr. Hooper,

To repeal an act concerning the registering and recording of ships

or vessels, approved December 21, 1792, and for other

purposes.-[By Mr. Pike.]

Referred, 3865.

H. R. No. 1286la reference to certain accounts on the books of the Treasury

To allow drawback on articles used in the construction of

vessels.-[By Mr. Lynch.]

Referred, 2363 ; printed, 3897.
H. R. No. 1287–
To provide for funding the national debt, and for taxing the

interest-bearing bonds hereafter issued by the United States,

and for other purposes.--[By Mr. Kelsey:] Referred, 3363.

Mr. Adams. ]

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H. R. No. 1266

Julian.)

H. R. No. 1267

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Referred, 3164. H. R. No. 1268–

Referred, 3164. H. R. No. 1269

Referred, 3164. H. R. No. 1270

[By Mr. Cavanaugh. ]

Referred, 3164 H. R. No. 1271

by

Niblack.]

Referred, 3164
H. R. No. 1272

of Massachusetts.]

Referred, 3164.
H. R. No. 1273—

George Opdyke. --(By Mr. Pruyn.]
Referred, 3164.

H. R. No. 1274

Referred, 3164.
40TH Cong. 21 Sess.

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3917;

HOUSE BILLS.
H. R. No. 1288.
To aid in the construction of a railroad for military and postal

H. R. No. 1309
purposes through the wilderness of northern New York, from
Schenectady to the St. Lawrence river.-[By Mr. Marvin.]

For the relief of Charles Wilkes, rear admiral of the Navy.+[By Referred, 3363

Mr. Woodbridge, )

Referred, 3377. H. R. No. 1289

H. R. No. 1310For the relief of Edward W. Wardell.--[By Mr. Woodward.)

To provide for the granting of pensions to those ex-officers of the Referred, 3363.

United States Army, according to their rank at date of final H. R. No. 1290

muster-out, who were wounded while serving as enlisted men Relative to indentared apprentices and apprentices under instruc

and who are not now drawing pensions as officers. - [By Mr.

O'Neill.]
tions in the mechanical shops and sail lofts of navy-yards.-
[By Mr. O'Neill.)

Referred, 3397.
Referred, 3363.

H. R. No. 1311H. R. No. 1291

For the relief of Walter Sherwood and David W. Martindale.

[By Mr Johnson.] To provide for the relief from disabilities of certain persons who

Referred, 3477, have been engaged in rebellion.-[By Ar. Coburn.)

H. R. No. 1812 Referred, 3363.

To add to the service three adjutants general.-[By Mr. Johnson.] H. R. No. 1292

Referred, 3477. To increase the pension of Andrew J. Gray. [By Mr. Holman.] H. R. No. 1313 Referred, 8363.

Granting a pension to Sarah Hackleman, widow of Brigadier H. R. No. 1293

General Pleasant A. Hackleman.--[By Mr. Holman.) To incorporate the Washington and Georgetown Coal-Tar and

Referred, 3477; reported and passed, 3524; indefinitely postponed Gus-Light Company.--[By Mr. Ingersoll.]

by Senate, 3852.. Referred, 3303.

In Senate; Received from House, 3521; referred, 3521; H. R. No. 1294

reported and indefinitely postponed, 3767; recommitted, 4096. To incorporate the Citizens' Gas Company.—[By Mr. Ingersoll.] H. R. No. 1814Referred, 3363.

To provide for the issue of arms for the use of the militia.--[By II. R. No. 1205–

Mr. Paine.)
Granting a' pension to William J. Cotty, late of the twenty-first

Referred, 3523.
Missouri infantry.-[By Mr. Benjamin.]

H, R. No. 1815-
Referred, 3363; reported and passed, 3893 ; passed Senate, 4395; For the relief of Seth Lea. [By Mr. Hawkins.)
enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498.

Reported and referred anew, 3524; substitute reported and In Senate: Received from House and referred, reported,

passed, 3899; passod Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4145; passed, 4367; enrolled, 4443.

4498. H, R. No. 1296

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 8917; reported, To establish a post route from Buckingham, Iowa, to Laporte City,

4145; passed, 4367; enrolled, 4443.
Iowa. By Mr. Loughridge.]

H. R. No. 1316—
Referred, 3363

For the relief of soldiers honorably discharged from the service H. R. No. 1297

of the United States.- [By Mr. Boles. ] ?'" To grant the right to lay and land an ocean telegraph cable.+[By

Referred, 3525.
Nr. Cobb.)

II. R. No, 1316!
Referred, 363.

Granting a pension to Sarah A. Briggs.--[By Mr. Paine.]
H. R. No. 12984

.[

Referred, 3552.
To transfer the counties of Sierra and Nevada from the Sacramento H. R. No. 1317-

land district to the Marysville land district. --[By Mr. Johnson.] Granting a pension to E. R. Caine.-[By Mr. Paine.]
Referred, 3364.

Referred, 3652..
H. R. No. 1299-

H. R. No. 1318 Conferring certain rights on settlers on the public lands of the Authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to issue a new bond to United States.--[ By Mr. Windom. }'

Rebecca J. Sheppard. of Philadelphia, in place of one destroyed Referred, 3364.

by fire.--[By Mr. Myers.) HI: R. No. 1300-

Referred, 3552. Authorizing repayments in cases of illegal entries under the H. R. No. 1319_ homestead law.-[By Mr. Windom.]

For the relief of Abednego B. Rowden, late second lieutenant * Refurred, 3364.

eleventh Tennessee cavalry.-[By Mr. Washburn, of Nassa. H. R. No. 1301

chusetts. ]
To aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph line from the Reported, 3553; récommitted, 3564.

Humboldt to the Colorado river.-[By Mr. Ashley, of Nevada.] | H. R. No. 1320-
Referred, 3364.

For the relief of L. Merchant & Co. and Peter Rosecranz.–[By H. R. No. 1802-1

Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts. ]
To regulate treaties with Indian tribes.-[By Mr. Toffe.]

Reported, 3554; discussed, 3942; passed, 3943 ; passed Senate,
Referred, 3364.

4176; enrolled, 4182; approved, 4422. H.R. No. 13034

In Senate: Received from House, 3956 ; referred, 5982; reported, To establish certain mail routes in the State of Nebraska. - [By Mr.

4093; enrolled, 4151.
Taffe.]

H. R. No. 1321
Referred, 3364.

Granting 4 pension to Mrs. Susan Carson.--[By Mr. Baker.] H. R. No. 1304

Referred, 3554.
To remit the duty on a meridian circle imported as a present for H. R. No. 1822-

the Astronomical Observatory, Cambridge, Massachusetts. - For the relief of Major F. F. Stevens, assistant paymaster United
[By Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts. ]

States Army, Wisconsin volunteers.--[By Mr. Harding:] Referred, 3364.

Reported and passed, 3554; passed Senate, 4430; enrolled, 4479; H. R. No. 1305_, To repeal an act relative to islands in the Great Miami river, approved

approved, -4498.

In Senate: Received from House, 3551; referred, 3552; reported,
March 2, 1868.--[By Mr. Mungen.]
Referred, 3364.

4093; passed, 4405; enrolled, 4451.

H. R. No. 1323-
H. R. No. 1306--
Allowing prize money to the officers and crew of the Monitor for

For the relief of Walter D. Plowden.—[By Mr. Harding.] the fight with the Merrimac in Hampton Roads, March 9, || H. R. No. 1324–

Reported, 3554; recommitted, 3555,
1862.-[By Mr. Griswold.]
Referred, 3364.

For the relief of Mrs. Mary Harris, of Oregon: [By Mr. Harding.) H. R. No. 1307–

Reported and passed, 3555.
In relation to the transportation of United States mails by railroad

In Senate: Received from House, 3551; referred, 3562.
companies.-[By Mr. Twichell.]

H. R. No. 1825-
Referred, 3364.

in

For the relief of B. B. French.-[By Mr. Mercur. ]
H. R. No. 1308+,
To modify the warehousing system.-[By Mr. Morrell. ]

Reported and passed, 3555; passed Senate; 3761; enrolled, 3804;

approved, 4003. Reported and recommitted, 3365.

In Senate: Received from House, 8551; referred, 3552; reported,

3607; passed, 3721; enrolled, 3770.

concurred in by Senate, 4282; by House, 4312; enrolled, 4312.

104.

To supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal year ending | H. R. No. 1357—

the 30th of June, 1868. --(By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania.] Reported, 8590; discussed, 3725, 3730, 3731, 3938; passed,

6939; passed Senate with amendments, 4210; conference, 4307; by House, 4307 ; enrolled, 4334; approved, 4477.

4259, 4293 ; conference report, 4307; agreed to by Senate, In Senate: Amendment proposed, 3767; received from House,

3956; referred, 3982, amendment submitted, 4024, 4070 ; reported, 4070;. discussed, 4149, 4151, 4161; passed with amendments, 4172; conference, 4238; conference report, 4281;

LXVII H. R. No. 1326– - By

H. R. No. 1342-
For the relief of Anthony Bacher.-[By Mr. Harding.]

For the relief of A. R. Thomas.--[By Mr. Paine.]
Reported, 3555; discussed, 3723, 3761; passed, 3761.

Referred, 3614.
In Senate: Received from House, 3748; referred, 8748.

H. R. No. 13434
H. R. No. 1927-

To confirm the title to certain land to the pueblo of Santa Anna,
To amend an act entitled "An act to exempt certain manufactures

in the Territory of New Mexico.-[By Mr. Orth.]
from internal tax, and for other purposes,"? approved March Reported and passed, 3655, 3050.
31, 1868.-[By Mr. Brooks. ]

In Senate; Received from House, 3645; referred, 3645.
Referred, 3556; reported and recommitted, 4306.

H, R. No. 1344H. R. No. 1328

To confirm certain private land claims in the Territory of New To authorize the corporate authorities of Georgetown to subscribe

Mexico.-[By Nr. Orth.] the sum of $300,000 to build a branch railroad to connect

Reported and passed, 3655, 3656. said city with the Alexandria, Loudoun, and Hampshire In Senate: Received from House, 3645; referred, 3645.

railroad, and to levy a tax therefor.–[By Mr. Welker.] Referred, 3587.

H. R. No. 1345– H. R. No. 13294

I To amend an act entitled "An act to confirm certain private For the relief of the heirs of W. R. Silvey, late of company B,

land claims in the Territory of New Mexico."--[By Mr. second Tennessee infantry.-[By Mr. Stokes.)

Loughridgc.]
Referred, 3587.

Reported and passed, 3656. die

.

In Senate : Received from House, 3671; referred, 3681. H. R. No. 1330— For the relief of William E. Byrd, of Tennessee.-[By Mr. Butler,

H, R. No. 1346of Tennessee.]

For the relief of William A. Davn, of Virginia.-[By Mr. Butler, 91 Referred, 3587.

of Tennessee.] H. R. No. 1331

Referred, 3656.
For the relief of Nancy Cook, of Tennessee.-[By Mr. Butler, of i H. R. No. 1347–
Tennessee.]

For the relief of Lucinda Pangle.-[By Mr. Buller, of Tennessee. ]
IB;
Referred, 3687; reported and passed, 3894 ; passed Senate, 4395;

Referred, 3656, enrolled, 4134; approved, 4498.

H. R. No. 1348— In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; reported, For the relief of S. K. N.' Patton, late colonel of the eighth 4145; passed, 4367; enrolled, 4443.

Tennessee cavalry.—[By Mr. Butler, of Tennessee. ]
H. R. No. 1832

Referred, 3656.
For the relief of Barbara Stout, of Tennessee.-[By Mr. Butler, H. R. No: 1849—::

of Tennessee.]
Referred, 3587; reported and passed, 3894 ; passed Senate,

To increase the revenue from duties on imports and tending to

equalize exports and imports.--[By Mr. Moorhead.]
4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498.
In Senate : Received from House and referred, 3917; reported,

Reported, 3658; laid aside, 8887; discussed, 4008; statement,

4216. 4145; passed, 4367; enrolled, 4443.

H. R. No. 1350

To, authorize internal tax on the interest of bonds and other To establish & post route in Tennessee.-[By Mr. Butler, of securities of the United States.--[By Mr. Hooper, of MassaReferred, 3587

chusetts. ]

Substitute moved, 3613 ;i bill reported, 3689.

H. R. No. 1351--
For the relief of Lieutenant George A. Miller, of Tennessee.--[By
Mr. Butler, of Tennessee.]

To provide for the erection of not more than two additional States

out of the territory of the State of Texas. - [By Mr. Stevens,

of Pennsylvania. For the relief of McHenry Bray, late first lieutenant company I,

Reported and recommitted, 3689.
Eighth Tennessee infantry. -[By Mr. Butler, of Tennessee.]

H. R. No. 1852-
To aid the building of a rolling-mill and nail factory in the city of

Washington, to be named the Washington Iron Works.-[By

Mr. Laurence, of Pennsylvania.]
To provide for the employment of a stenograpbic reporter for the
district court of the United States for the eastern district of

Referred, 3722.
Missouri.-[By Mr. Pile.] it.fo

H. R. No. 1353+
For the removal of certain disabilities from the persons therein

named.-[By Mr. Paine. ] Granting an increase of pension to Frances T. Richardson, widow

Reported and recommitted, 3724; reported, $814; discussed, of the late Major General Israel B. Richardson.--[By Mr.

8850; passed, 3852; passed Senate with amendment, 4080;

referred, 4080; reported, 4083; agreed to, 4083; enrolled, Referred, 3588; reported and passed, 3893 ; passed Senate, 4296 ;

4131; approved, 4255.

In Senate : Received from House, 3857; referred, 3857 ; passed In Senate : Received from House, 3902; referred, 3916; reported;

with amendment, 4041; agreed to by House, 4080; enrolled, 4146 ; called up, 4251 ; discussed, 4269 ; passed, 4270; enrolled, H. R. No. 1354–

4096; motion to recall, 4111,

To provide for the issue of arms for the use of the militia. [By To aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph -line from

Nr. Paine.]
the Rio Grande to the Pacific ocean. [By Mr. Loughridge.]

Reported and passed, 3732.
In Senate: Received from House, 8748; referred, 3748; reported,

3814. To establish a new land district in the State of Nebraska. -[By Mr.

H. R. No. 1355—

For the encouragement of immigration. [By Mr. Cullom.]
Reported as substitute for bill (H. R. No. 1139,) and recom-

mitted, 3732. For the relief of Major G. Chapin, United States Army:+[By

H. R. No. 1356–

In relation to the service of the filing of a bill in equity in the 1

district court of the United States for District of Columbia.

[By Mr. Miller. ] Referred, 3757.

2

H. R. No. 13334

Tennessee.)

H. R. No. 1334

Referred, 3587. H. R. No. 1335

Referred, 3587. H. R. No. 1386

Referred, 8687. H. R. No. 1337

Trowbridge.]

4275. H. R. No. 1338—

Referred, 3588. H. R. No. 1339—

Taffe.]

Referred, 3588. H. R. No. 1340

Mr. Clever.]

Referred, 3588. H. R. No. 1341–

- Making an appropriation to reimburse the city of Washington for

expenses incurred in improving the property of the General

Government in said city.-[By Mr. Upson.]

Referred, 8767.
H. R. No. 1358-
Providing for the payment of like back pay and bounty to persons

marked "slave" apon the rolls as to other soldiers.—[By

Mr. Hinds. ]
Referred, 3757.

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HOUSE BILLS.
H. R. No. 1359
Approving the sale of certain lands in the city of Dubuque by said

H. R. No. 1376
city.--[By Mr. Allison.]
Referred, 3757.

For the relief of the loyal Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians.-[By

Mr. Windom.] H. R. No. 1860

Reported, 3854; discussed, 3854, 3881; passed, 3882; passed Granting lands to the Iowa Southern Railway Company.--[By Mr.

Senate with amendment, 4293 ; concurred in, 4341; enrolled, (Loughridge.]

4375. Referred, 3757.

In Senate: Received from House, 3869; referred, 3873; reported, H. R. No. 1361

4096; discussed, 4096 ; passed with amendments, 4238; agreed To establish certain mail routes in the State of Nebraska.--[By H. R. No. 1377

to by House, 4321; enrolled, 4346. Mr. Taffe.] Referred, 3757.

To reduce and fix the military peace establishment.--[By Mr. H, R. No. 1362

Garfield.)

"Reported and recommitted, 3882; reported, 3948; discussed, To establish a commission of charities for the District of Columbia.

3948, 3967, 3973, 3974, 3982; recommitted, 3982; reported [By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, ]

and recommitted, 4062. Referred, 3758.

H. R. No. 1378— H, R. No. 1363

Declaring the meaning of the several acts in relation to retired Granting a pension to Emily B. Bidwell, widow of Brigadier General

officers of the Army.--- [ By Mr. Garfield.) Daniel D. Bidwell.--[By Mr. Van Horn, of New York.]

Reported and recommitted, 3883; reported, 3946; discussed, Referred, 3758; reported and passed, 3896 ; passed Senate with

3946; passed, 3948. amendment, 4495; agreed to, 4496; enrolled, 4497 ; approved,

In, Senate : Received from House, 3956; referred, 3982. 4500,

H. R. No. 1379—In Senate: Received from House, 3902 ; referred, 8916; reported,

To aid in ascertaining the value of certain public lands in Story 4146; passed with amendments and title amended, 4462 ;

county, in the State of Nevada.-[By Mr. Julian.] agreed to by House, 4506; enrolled, 4506.

Referred, 3883. H. R. No. 1364

H. R. No. 1380— To provide for a gradual resumption of specie payments.--[By Mr.

To equalize taxation and reduce the interest on the public debt.Lynch.]

(By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.] Reported and postponed, 8761.

Referred, 3883
H. R, No. 1366

H. R. No. 1381-
For the relief of Captain Thomas W. Miller.-[By Mr. Cobb.] Providing for an election in Virginia.—[By Mr. Farnsworth:]
Reported and passed, 3762; passed Senate, 4480; enrolled, Reported and passed, 3887.
4479; approved, 4498.

In Senate: Received from House, 3877; referred, 3900; reported,
In Senate : Received from House, 3770; referred, 3771 ; referred

4821. anew, 3983; reported, 4093 ; passed, 4406; enrolled, 4451. H. R. No. 1382H. R. No. 1366–

To establish a system of common schools for the District of

Columbia.- [ By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania.]
For the relief of Captain A. G. Oliver.--[By Mr. Stokes.]
Reported, 3762; called up, 8943 ; passed, 3943 ; passed Senate,

Reported, 3888.
4430; enrolled, 4479; approved, 4498.

H. R. No. 13824
In Senate: Received from House, 3956 ; referred, 3982; reported,

Granting a pension to Sarah E. Ball, widow of James Ball, 4093; passed, 4406; enrolled, 4451.

deceased, late a fireman on the steamer Vidette, connected

with the Burnside expedition. - [By Mr. Miller.] H. R. No. 1367– :: For the relief of George Kaiser.--[By Mr. Stokes:]

Reported and passed, 8890 passed Senate, 4895; enrolled,

4431; approved, 4497.
Reported and passed, 3763.
In Senate : Received from House, 3770; referred, 3771.

In Senate: 'Received from House, 3917; reported, 4145; passed,

4367; enrolled, 4443.
H. R. No. 1368
To eqnalize the taxes and reduce the interest on the public debt.

H. R. No. 1983
(By Mr. Donnelly.]

Granting a pension to Miss Ann E. Hamilton, of Alleghany City,
Read, 375B.

Pennsylvania, aunt

and adopted mother of James E. McKillip

and Charles B. McKillip, deceased, late soldiers in the Union H. R. No. 1869

Army. [By Mr. Miller.] To provide for the payment of certain demands for stores and

Reported and passed, 3890; passed Senate, 4895; enrolled, articles used by the engineer department of the Army of the

4434; approved, 4497. United States. +[By Mr. Delano.]

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 8917; reported, Referred, 3786.

4145; passed, 4367; enrolled, 4443. H. R. No. 1870 To fix the time for holding the terms of the United States district | H. R. No. 1884– court in Virginia.-[By Mr. Boutwell.]

Granting a pension to Mrs. Elizabeth Lane, of Boston, MassaReferred, 3786; reported and passed, 3966,

chusetts, mother of John Lane, deceased, late private in t The Senate: Received from House, 8956; referred, 8982.

company A, twelfth regiment Massachusetts volunteers.—[By

Mr. Miller.] 11. R. No, 1371–

Reported and passed, 8890; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, To modify the warehousing system.-[By Mr. Morrell.]

4434; approved, 4497. Reported, 3794; discussed, 3794; referred anew, 3804.

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; reported, H. R.' No. 1372-

4145; passed, 4367; enrolled, 4443.
For the better security of life on board of vessels propelled in

H, R. No, 1385-
whole or in part by steam. (By Mr. Washburne, of Tuinois.]
Reported and recommitted, 3850.

Granting a pension to Rosalinda McCabe, widow of Barney

McCabe, deceased, late private tently regiment New York H. R. No. 1373

cavalry volunteers.--[By Mr. Miller.] Establishing rules and articles for the government of the armies of Reported and passed, 3800; passed Senate 4395; entolled, the United States. -[By Mr. Garfield. ]

4434; approved 4498. Reported and recommitted, 3853.

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 8917; reported, H. R. No. 1374

I

4146; passed, 4367; enrolled, 4443.
For the relief of Dent, Vantine & Co., for provisions furnished to | H. R. No. 1386

the Indians of California during the years 1851 and 1852.-
[By Mr. Windom.]

Granting a pension to Hinman L. Hall.-[By Mr. Miller.]
Reported, 3853; called up, 3943.

Reported and passed, 8891; passed Senate, 4895 ; enrolled,

4434; approved, 4498. H. R. No. 1375– To transfer to the Department of the Interior certain powers and

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917 ; reported, (473&#} duties now exercised by the Secretary of the Treasury in | H. R. No. 1387–

4146; passed, 4368 ; enrolled, 4443..
connection with Indian affairs.--+[By Mr. Windom.]
Reported, 3853; discussed, 3853; passed, 3854; passed Senate

Granting a pension to Elizabeth G. Tibben, widow of Rev. Samuel with amendments, 4434; concurred in, 4472; enrolled, 4493;

Hibben, deceased, late chaplain of the fourth cávalry regiment approved. 4498.

Illinois volunteers.-[By Mr. Miller. ]
In Senate: Received from House, 8876; teferred, 3875; reported,

Reported and passed, 3801; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4440; passed with amendments, 4440; agreed to by House,

4434; approved, 4498. 4451; enrolled, 4454.

In Senate Received

from House and referred, 8917; reported, 4146 ; passed, 4308; enrolled, 4443.,

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434; approved, 4487cm. House and referred, 3917; reported,

H. R. No. 1394—

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; reported,
Reported and passed, 8892 ; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled,

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; reported,
Granting an increased pension to William B. Edwards.--[By Mr. || H. R. No. 1413—
Reported and passed, 8898; passed Senate, 4395 ; enrolled,

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 8917; reported,
Granting a pension to Jonathan H. Perry -[By Mr. Benjamin.]
Reported and passed; 3893 ; passed Senate, 4895; enrolled,
Is-Senate: Received from House and referred, 8917 zu reported,

LXIX H. R. No. 1388

H. R. No. 1401–
Granting a pension to Kate Higgins.--[By Mr. Miller.]

1; Granting a pension to John La Mursh.--[By Mr. Beatty. ] Reported and passed, 3891.

Reported and passed, 3894; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, In Senate : Received from House and referred, 3917; reported,

4435; approved, 4497. illed, 4146; called up, 4368; indefinitely postponed, 4869,

In Senate; Received from House and referred, 3917; reported, H. R. No. 1889

4197 ; passed, 4369; enrolled, 4443. rted

Granting a pension to Eliza Donnelly, mother of Dudley Donnelly, H. R. No. 1402–

deceased, late colonel of the twenty-eighth regiment infantry
New York State volunteers.-[By Mr Miller.

Granting a pension to Catharine Skinner:--[By Mr. Beatty ]

Reported and passed, 3894; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, Reported and passed, 3891 ; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled,

; , !:): 4485; approved, 4497. Nr . 4434; approved, 4498.

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 8917; reported, In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; reported, 4146; passed, 4368; enrolled, 4443, .;

4197; passed, 4869; enrolled, 4443. ried

H. R. No. 1403—
H. R. No. 1390—
Granting a pension to Michael Reilly.-[By Mr. Miller.] 1

Granting a pension to Helen L. Wolf.-(By Mr. Beatty. ]
Reported and passed, 3891; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled,

Reported and passed, 3894; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4484; approved, 4408: I

4435; approved, 4497. In Senate : Received from House and referred, 3917; reported,

In Senate : Received from House and referred, 3917; reported, 4146; passed, 4368; enrolled, 4443.

4197 ; passed, 4369; enrolled, 4443. H. R. No. 1391

H. R. No. 1404–
Granting a pension to Jane McNaughton.(By Mr. Miller. ]

Granting a pension to William Smith.--[By Mr. Beatty.]
Reported and passed, 3891; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled,

Reported and passed, 3894; passed Senate, 4395; eurolled, LOFT 4434; approved, 4497.

4435; approved, 4497. In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; roported,

In Senate : Received from House and referred, 3917; reported, 4146; passed, 4368; enrolled, 4443.

4197; passed, 4869; enrolled, 4443. H. R. No. 1392–

H. R. No. 1405–
Granting a pension to Chauncey D. Rose, father of Alvin G. Rose,

Granting a pension to Elizabeth Lamar. - [By Mr. Beatty.] late a sergeant veteran of company A, second regiment of

Reported and passed, 3894 ; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, Ohio cavalry volunteers, who was killed in action at Five

4435; approved, 4497. Forks, Virginia, April 1, 1865.-[By Mr. Miller.]

In Senate : Received from House and referred, 3917; reported, Reported and passed, 3891 ; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled,

4197; passed, 4369; enrolled, 4443.
701

H. R. No. 1406—
In Senate: Received from

Granting a pension to Patrick Collins.--[By Mr. Tan Acrnam.] 4197; passed, 4368; enrolled, 4443.

Reported and passed, 3896. H, R. No. 1393

In Senate : Received from House and referred, 3917; reported, d Granting & pension to Hugo Eichholtz.-[By Mr. Miller.]

4197; indefinitely postponed, 4369.
Reported and passed, 3891, passed Senate, 4396; enrolled, || H. R. No. 1407—
4434; approved, 4498.

Granting a pension to John Gridley.-[By Mr. Van Aernam.] In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; reported,

Reported and passed, 3896; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4197; passed, 4368; enrolled, 4448.

4485; approved, 4497,

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; reported, Granting a pension to Daniel Sheets.—[By Mr. Miller.]

4197 ; passed, 4369; enrolled, 4443.
Reported and passed, 3891; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, H. R. No. 1408–

4434; approved, 4498.
In Senate : Received from House and referred, 3917; reported,

Granting a pension to Catharine Gensler.-[By Mr. Van Aernam.]

Reported and passed, 140$; passed Senate, 4395; eprolled, 4197 ; passed, 4368; enrolled, 4443.

4435; approved, 4497.

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; reported, Granting a pension to Esther C. C. Van Gilder, widow of Charles

4197; passed, 4369 ; enrolled, 4443. F. Van Gilder, deceased, lato a private in company M, first

H. R. No. 1409— regiment Vermont heavy artillery volunteers.--[By Mr. Granting a pension to Asa F. Holeomb.-[By Mr. Van Aernam.] Reported and passed, 3891; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled,

Reported and passed, 3896; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 44B5 In Senate : Received from House and referred, 3917; reported,

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; reported, 4197; passed, 4368; enrolled, 4443.

4197; passed, 4369; enrolled, 4443.

H. R. No. 1410— Granting i pension to Stephen T. Carver.--[By Mr. Miller)

a pension to the minor children of Joseph Berry:-[By Reported and passed, 3892; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled,

Mr. Perham.]

Reported and passed, 3898; passed Senate, 4896; enrolled, In Senate : Received from House and referred, 3917; reported,

4435; approved, 4497. 4197; passed, 4369; enrolled, 4143.

In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; reported,

7° 4197; passed, 4869; enrolled, 4443. Creating a pension to Prescott Y. Howland. - [ By Mr. Miller.]. ... Granting a pension to Polly W. Cotton.--{By Mr. Perham.] Reported and passed, 3802; passed Senate, 4395 enrolled,

Reported and passed, 8898; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4435;

approved, 4498. ris. In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; reported,

4197; passed, 4370; enrolled, 4448. Granting a pension to Martin Barke. -[By Mr. Miller.]

H. R. No. 1412-
Granting a pension to the children of William R. Silvey -[By

Mr. Perlam.]
Reported and passed, 3898; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4435;

approved, 4498.
In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3917; reported,

4197; passed, 4870; enrolled, 4443.
Granting & pension to Jane Rook.-[By Mr. Perham.]

Reported and passed, 8899 ; passed Senate, 4395; entolled,
-4486;: approved, 4458.
In Senate : Received from House and referred, 3917 ; reported,

4197 ; passed, 4370; enrolled, 4443.
IH. R. No. 1414–

Grantinig a pension to Sarah K. Johnson.-By Mr. Perham.)
Reported and passed, 8899; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 14435;

approved, 4498.
In Senate Received from Honse and referred, 3917; reported,
4197; passed, 4370; enrolled, 4448. I

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4435; approved, 4497.1

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H. R. No, 1396

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4435; approved, 4497.

H. R. No. 1397–

4435; approved, 4497.
4197 ; passed, 4369; enrolled, 4443.

H.R. No. 1398

4435; approved, 4498.
4137 ; passed 4369; enrolled, 4443.

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