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Currency, bíll (S. No. 148)-Continued. Custom-bouso, joint resolution (S. R. No. 144) Davis, Garrett, a Senator from Kentacky-remarks by

in relation to the erection of a, at Nash- Continued Mr. Cooness ..............................128

ville, Tennessee[By Mr. Fowler.] : remarks on the resolution in regard to the Mr. Corbett..........................

.128, 169
referred, 3116.

proceeds of confiscated property, 82, 83 Mr. Doolittle

.....88 | Cutler, 0. N., bill (S. No. 591) for the relief on the bill to amend the reconstruction Mr. Fessenden.............................128 of-[By Mr. Howe.]

act...........

........99 Mr. Grimes................................. 128 reported, 3738; called up, 8874; discussed, on the resolution of adjournment for the Mr. Hendricks ............................88 4411.

holidays...

.....167 Mr. Johnson....

...128
remarks by-

on the resolution relating to the cost of Mr. Morrill, of Vermont..... ..88,

Mr. Howe...
.8733, 3874, 4411

the Freedmen's Burean...........219, 220
123, 128, 195
Mr. Morgan.

.4411

on the bill to repeal the cotton tax, 223, resolution for printing report of the CompMr. Sherman...

224, 225, 226, 249, 346, 349, 350

.4411 troller of the Currency-[By Mr. Sher

Mr. Stewart.

.4411

on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 313), 274, 276 man, December 11, 1867.)

Mr. Williams.

on the resolution in reference to a proposed

3874 referred, 123.

yeas and nays on the.

.4411 . bill (S. No. 203) to apportion the issue of the

constitutional amendment..............470,

471, 472, 492 national, of the several States and Ter. Cutter, William M., bill (S. No. 506) for the

on the order of business........ ..491, ritories and the District of Columbiapayment of the claim of Charles A. Sum

492, 1288, 3629 ner and-[By Mr. Johnson.] (By Mr. Van Winkle.]

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 320), 663, referred, 196. referred, 2727.

664, 565

D. 7 bill (8. No. 283) to further amend an act

on the case of Hon. Philip F. Thomas, entitled "An act to provide a national, Dashing Wave, bill (S. No. 624) to camy into

661, 1207, 1266 secured by a pledge of United States effect the decree of the district court of

on the denth of Hon. Elijah Hise, a Rep bonds, and to provide for the circula- the United States for the district of Louis

resentative from Kentucky..... tion and redemption thereof"-[By Mr. iana in the case of the British brig, and

on the bill for the relief of Robert M. Van Winkle.] her cargo--[By Mr. Sumner. ]

Patton......... ............. 767, 776, 777 reported and passed, 722. reported, 4145.

on the joint resolution to provide for a comhi House : received from Senate, 743; || Davis, Garrett, a Senator from Kentucky.....1

mission to examine spirit meters.....797 referred, 991. petitions presented by... 145, 786, 1094, 1615,

on the bill for the protection of persons bill (S. No. 329) to amend an act entitled

1717, 2009, 2293, 8213, 3462, 3983

making disclosures as witnesses...... 951 "An act to provide a national, secured bill's introduced by—

on the joint resolution authorizing the by a pledge of United States bonds, No. 308---for the relief of the heirs of the

Secretary of War to employ counsel in

certain cases ......... and to provide for the circulation and late General Duncan L. Clinch, de

........982, 984 redemption thereof," approved June 3,

on the resolution with regard to vessels ceased..

....880 1864-[By Mr. Henderson, ] No. 408—for the benefit of the heirs of

...employed by the War Department, 999,

1071 reported, 999.

Asbury Dickins, deceased ............ 1568

on the resolution relating to the rights of bill (S. No. 543) to provide for a further issue No. 524to facilitate the decision of

colored persons in the cars......... 1071, of temporary loan certificates for the questions of conflict of jurisdiction be.

1121, 1122 purpose of redeeming and retiring the tween the United States and the States remainder of the outstanding compound

on supplementary reconstruction bill (H. by the Supreme Court of the United

B. No. 439)............1082, 1098, 1378 interest notes-[By Mr. Cattell.]

States........

.2922

(See Appendix.) referred, 3130; reported, 3240 ; discussed, resolutions submitted by3857, 3903, 4025, 4144, 4146 ; - passed,

on the bill for supplying vacancies in the in relation to a proposed amendment of 4146; passed House, 4400; enrolled,

Executive Departments............... 1165 the Constitution of the United States4403 ; approved, 4450.

on supplementary reconstruction bill (H.

[December 16, 1867).......... .... 196 In House: received from Senate, 4182;

R. No. 214).... sira. 1288, 1289, 1230, in relation to the cost of the freedmen

1291, 1292, 1410, 1412, 1416, 1417 referred, 4343; reported and passed, since June 30, 1865-(December 17, on the bilt regulating the presentation of 4389; enrolled, 4396.

1867)........

...219

bills to the President...... .1372, bill (S. No. 440) supplementary to an act instructing the Committee on. Commerce

1873, 1404, 1406, 1942, 2076 entitled "Au act to provide a national, to inquire into the expediency of regu. op resolution of Mr. Howard for a comsecured by a pledge of United States lating the various railroads in the United mittee on impeachment...1403, 1406 bonds, and to provide for the circulation States that extend into two or more 1: on the bill for surrender of criminals. 1431 and redemption thereof," approved States, the rates of fare, freights, &c. - on the rules for the court of impeachment, June 3, 1864-[By Mr. Cattell.] [January 7, 1867).........

1517, 1519, 1520, 1578, 1684, 1588, 1589 reported, 1887; discussed, 2145, 2760, 3077, calling for the names of vessels of all on the bill for the benefit of the heirs of

3150, 3163, 8183, 3214, 3216, 3219 ; kinds purchased or hired by the War Asbury Dickins.................. 1568, 1864 passed, 3223.

Department during the late war of rebelIn House : received from Senate, 3266;

- on questions relating to impeachment pro

lion, the tonnage, amount paid, &c. - ceedings............. referred, 4431.

[January 20, 1868)...

......625

on the organization of the Senate as a bill (S. No. 154) to provide for the issue of on the death of Hon. Elijab Hise, late a court of impeachment.........1672, 1673

gold notes in place of legal-tender notes, member of the House of Representatives on the invalid pension bill. ....... 1724, 1725 and to facilitate resumption of specie from Kentucky (January 24, 1868], 732 on tbe bill for fuuding national debt, 1812 payments—[By Mr. Corbett.]

on governmental policy-[January 27, on the bill for the relief of Asbury Dick indefinitely postponed, 4093.

1868] ......
... 765 ins's heirs...............,

1864
bill (S. No. 180) relating to United States inquiring the amount of compensation on the bill to exempt certain manufactures
potes-[By Mr. Cole.]
paid to agents by the War Department from tax...

........ 1983, referred, 99; reported and tabled, 552 ; for the purchasing; chartering, hiring,

1991, 1992, 2186. 2187, 2188 amendments reported, 2789; discussed, or employing of vessels from the 4th on the Army appropriation bill. ,2033, 2857; passed, 2857. March, 1861, to the present time-(Feb.

2034, 2035, 2039 In House : received from Senate, 2876; ruary 6, 1868)..........

... 999 on the revision of the rules..... .. 2091, referred, 4090; laid over, 4494. directing the Secretary of the Treasury to

2092, 2093 remarks by

report the amount outstanding of each on the bill to amend the judiciary act, Mr. Bayard ...............

.2857
class of the bonds of the United States,

2094, 2099, 2126, 2127 Mr. Hendricks ... ....

2857

with the rate of interest they bear and on the naval appropriation bill, 2269, 2271 Mr. Sherman........

.2789, 2857

what each class of said bonds were worth on the resolution providing tickets to the Curry, Ellen, bill (H. R. No. 945) to place the in gold at the times they respectively impeachment trial.......

.... 2238 name of, widow of James Curry, deceased, bear date [March 28, 1868)........2176 on the bill to extend the ebarter of Wash.

private soldier of company F, thirty- for a committee of three to inquire into ington eity............2261, 2262, 2263 ninth regiment Illinois volunteers, upon the unlawful means alleged to have been on the bill in relation to the qualification .. the pension-roll of the United States.

used toward members of the Senate to

of jurors... parter............2276, 2277 received from House and referred, 3119;

constrain them in their action in the on the joint resolution for the relief of reported, 3867 ; passed, 4364 ; enrolled, late impeachment trial-[May 21, 1868], Beales and Dixon ...........

.............2282 4442,

2544 on the joint resolution for the relief of Cashman, Gustavus J., bill (8. No. 565) to reports made by.......

880, John M. Palmer.........................2285 authorize the Secretary of State to adjust

1568, 3240, 3539, 8071, 4093, 4146 on the resolution for printing report of the the claim of, for office rent while commis- motions made by.

.... 145, impeachment trial.......

.2295 sioner under the reciprocity treaty-[By

163, 490, 1071, 1098, 1267, 1463 on the bill providing for the expenses of Mr. Morrill, of Maine. )

incidental remarks by......

123,

the impeachment trial...... .2299 referred, 3382; reported, 3866; passed, 4397.

491, 499, 1097, 1098, 1497, 2292, on the bill to remove political disabilities In House : received from Senate, 4395.

2435,2559, 2583, 8118, 4042, 4161 from R. R. Butler, ......... .... 3058

......... 343

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Davis, Garrett, a Senator from Kentucky Davis, Commander John L., bill (H. R. No. Deficiencies, bill (H. R. No. 313)--Continued. Continued.

1158) for the relief of.

remarks byremarks on questions reluting to impeach- received from House, 2861 ; referred, 2861 ;

Mr Davis......

..274, 276 ment proceedings......... ........2417 reported, 3589.

Mr Dixon....veronder....................

...272 on the bill to admit Arkansas to repre- || Davis, Margaret, bill (H. R. No. 1164) grant

Mr. Doolittle..................

. 277, 279, 281 Bentation in Congress...........2439, 3861 ing a pension to.

Mr. Drake...............?

.274, 278, 280, 281 on the resolution to furnish the House received from House, 2925; referred, 2935; Mr. Edmunds..... ...277, 279, 280, 281 with a copy of the impeachment pro- reported, 3814; passed, 4363 ; enrolled, Mr. Ferry.........

..279 ceedings........ ... 2523, 2524, 2625, 2526 4442.

Mr. Tessenden... 271, 278, 274, 277, 280 on the resolution to investigate alleged Day's work, bill (H. R. No. 365) constituting Mr. Frelinghuysen........

.273 in proper influences on the impeach- eight bours a, for all laborers, workmen, Mr. Grimes, 271, 272, 277, 278, 279, 280 ment trial.. .2544, and mechanics employed by or on behalf

Mr. Hendricks ...274, 280, 281 2549, 2550, 2558, 2597, 2598 of the Government of the United States.

Mr. Howe...

...278 on the Paducah bridge bill, ..,2558 received from House, 346; referred, 858; Mr. Johóson.....

......272, 276 on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c., discussed, 2802, 2808, 3424 ; passed, 3429; Mr. Morrill, of Maine...... ..271, 3006, 2007, 3023, 3466 enrolled, 3466.

277, 270, 280, 281 on the bill to continue the Freedmen's remarks by

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont......... 274, 278 Bureau.....

.......8058
Mr. Buckalew..... 2803, 3426, 8427, 3429

Mr. Morton...ooo.. ...............275 (Not published.)

Mr. Cole........

.8425

Mr. Ramsey, 274, 277, 278, 279, 280, 281 on the bil! relating to contested elections Mr. Conkling.

.8425
Mr. Sherman..

..271, in Washington city.....3116, 3117, 3118,

Mr. Conness..
2802, 2803,

272, 274, 277, 278, 280 3120, 8121, 3122, 3124, 3125, 3128

2804, 8424, 3426, 3427, 3428, 3429

Mr. Sumner.....vorsor.........

.279, 280, 281 on the supplementary bill concerning na

Mr. Edmonds .3426, 3428, 3429

Mr. Tiptov....

..275 tional banks........

.3163,
Mr. Ferry.....

.3428
Mr. Trumbull.

272, 273, 279 3184, 3185, 3186, 3219, 3222, 3223 Mr. Fessenden,... 3424, 3425, 8426, 3428

Mr. Williams...................

.....276, 278 on the bill for the relief of Robert L. Mr. Hendricks... ...2802, 2803, 3424

Mr. Wilson......

...... 273, 278 Lindsay

..3240

Mr. Morrill, of Maine...2803, 3426, 3429 yeas and nays on the........... 277, 279, 281 on the bill to relieve certain citizens of Mr. Morrill, of Vermont.... ...3426 bill (H. R. No. 320) making appropriations North Carolina from disabilities....3255

Mr. Morton ............

.8424, 3425

to supply, in the appropriations for the on the bill to regulate elections for Sen. Mr. Nye...........

3426

execution of the reconstruction laws, ators in Congress..

....3383
Mr. Pomeroy.

....3426

and for the service of the quarteron the credentials of the Senators from

Mr. Sherman, .3424, 3427, 3429 master's department of the Government Arkansas........... 3384, 3385, 3386, 3388

Mr. Stewart

.2808, 3425, 3428 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1868. on the bill for the removal of causes from

Mr. Trumbull

.2803 received from House and referred, 299 ; State courts ....... .3463, 3567 Mr. Wilson.........

2804, 3425 reported, 434 ; called up, 637; dison the bill to admit Colorado .3540, yeas and nays on the...........

3429

eussed, 561; passed with amendments, 3541, 3546, 3547, 3548, 3550, 3551 resolution in relation to the promulgation of 565 ; disagreed to by House with amend. on the civil appropriation bilt... ..3578,

the law recently enacted limiting the ments, 678; referred, 708 ; reported,

3679, 3645 hours of-[By Mr. Conness, July 1, 721; House amendments disagreed to, on the bill establishing rules for the gov.

1868.)

722; conference, 789 ; report, 818; conernment of the Armies of the United agreed to, 3629.

curred in by Senate, 818; enrolled, 818. States.......

3582, bill (H. R. No. 103) constituting eight hours remarks by3583, 3584, 8585, 3586 a, for all laborers, workmen, and me. Mt. Anthony.

.562 on the credentials of the Senators from chanics employed by or on behalf of the

Mr. Backalew..

563 Florida....... .........3602 Government of the United States.

Mr Conkling on Electoral College resolution, 8631,3870, committee discharged, 4197.

Mr. Conness............

.562 3874, 3875, 5904, 8905, 3906, Deaf and Dumb, bill (H. R. No. 541) making

Mr. Davis...... .....563, 564, 505 8908, 3910, 3911, 3912, 8913, an appropriation for the service of the

Mr. Grimég............ .561, 721, 722 3918, 8922, 3928, 3925, 4236 Columbia Institution for the Instruction Mr. Howard ........................

...1..565 on the bill to ainend an act for the relief of the, and establishing additional regula- Mr. Morgan.

.562 of A. J. Atocha......

.......3654 tions for the government of the institution. Mr. Morrill, of Maine.....434, 537, 561, on the Western Pacific railroad bill, 3680 received from House, 4080 ; referred, 4092 ;

562, 563, 564, 565, 721, 722, 818 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284), reported, 4146 ; passed with amendments

Mr. Morton ......

..564
3741, 3753, 3754, 2783, 3786,
and title amended, 4270, 4271 ; agreed to

Mr. Pomeroy.
3818, 3819, 3823, 3823, 3826,
by House with amendments, 4352; con:

Mr. Sherman....

661, 562 3837, 3838, 3839, 3868, 8869 ference, 4352, 4353, 4365; conference re.

Mr. Trumbull....

....562 on the Freedmen's Bureau bill, 3955, 3956

port, 4453 ; concurred in by Senate, 4453 ; bill (H. R. No. 1045) making appropriations on the deficiency bill (H. R, No. 1341), by House, 4454; enrolled, 4501.

to supply, in appropriations for the ex4162, 4163, 4166, 4167 Defaulting States, joint resolution (S. R. No.

ecution of the reconstruction laws in the on the Ohio river bridge bill........... 4204,

94) directing the Secretary of the Treas. third military district for the fiscal year 4288, 4289

ury, whenever any State shall have been ending June 30, 1868. on the bill to reduce the military peace

in default for the payment of interest or received from House and referred, 2417; establishment of the United States, 4239,

principal or investments in its stocks held reported, 2485 ; passed, 2509 ; enrolled, by the United States in trust, to retain

2518. 4240, 4242, 4245, 4247, 4248 on the resolution relating to the pay of

moneys due to such State from the United bilt (H. R. No. 1117) to supply partial, in the southern Senators.....

States--[By Mr. Morgan.) 4266,

appropriations for the service of the fiscal reported, 786; called up, 1695; discussed, 4454, 4455, 4458

year ending on the 30th June, 1868. 3566 ; passed 3570.

received from House, 2566 ; referred, 2569; on the credentials of Frederick A. Sawyer, In House : received from Senate, 8694; dis4313, 4316, 4317

reported, 2727 ; discussed, 2770; passed cussed, 4475; referred, 4476.

with amendments, 2772; concurred in on the bill concerning the rights of Aner.

Deficiencies, bill (S. No. 169) to amend an act by House with an amendment, 2857; ican citizens abroad......

4329 on the bill for the more speedy reorgani. entitled "An act making appropriations concurred in by Senate, 2860; enrolled,

2901. and to supply, in the appropriations for zation of Virginia, Mississippi, and

the service of the Government for the fiscal remarks byTexas

... 4506

year ending June 20, 1867," approved : Mr. Howe......... on the bil relating to the defense of offi.

....2770, 2771, 2772 March 2, 1867—[By Mr. Corbett.)

Mr. Morrill, of Maine......... .2727, cers against suits...., .....................4449 referred, 63.

2770, 2771, 2772 leave of absence granted to................. 2625 bill (H. R. No. 318) making partial appro

Mr. Sumner.....

.......2772 Davis, Jefferson, bill (H. R. No. 1277) to pro; priations for, in the appropriations for Mr. Williams........

..................... 2772 vide for the distribution of the reward

the service of the Government for the yeas and nays on the.......... ........ 2772 offered by the President of the United

fiseal year ending 30th June, 1868. bill (H. R. No. 1341) to supply, in the apStates for the capture of.

received from House, 220; referred, 220; propriations for the fiscal year ending received from House, 3956; referred, 3982;

-reported, 271 ; discussed, 271; passed the 30th of June, 1868. reported and passed with amendments, with amendments, 271.

amendment proposed, 3767; received 4346; conference, 4400 ; conference report, remarks by

from House, 8956referred, 3982; 4447 ; concurred in by Senate, 4448; en:

Mr. Anthony... cor.......... 278, 280, 281 amendment submitted, 4024, 4070; rerolled, 4462

Mr. Buckalew.......

......271,

ported, 4070 ; discussed, 4149, 4151, remarks by

273, 274, 275, 277, 286 4161 ; passed with amendments, 4172; Mr. Howard......

4447, 4448
Mr. Cameron...

275, 279, 281 conference, 4238; conference report, . 4346, 4400, 4447 Mr. Conkling.......... 278, 274, 275, 281 4281; concurred in by Senate, 4282; Mr. Pomeroyan.cmd...4846, 4448

Mr. Corbett...

conviv 274, 275 by House, 4312; enrolled, 4812.

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Deficiencies, bill (H. R. No. 1341) ---Con- | Desertion, joint resolution (H. R. No. 319) in iinued.

regard to charges of, in cases of soldiers remarks by

honorably discharged from the service. Mr. Anthony,

... 4160, 4164 received from House, 4210; referred, 4210. Mr. Cattell......

4164 Desmoines and Rock Island rapids in the MisMr. Chandler ......

.4070 sissippi river, bill (H. R. No. 485) to aid
4153, 4154, 4155, 4156, 4161, 4162 the improvement of the.
Mr. Cole............4159, 4161, 4171, 4172 received from House, 678; referred, 699;
Mr. Conkling, 4162,4170,4171,4172,4282 reported, 4146; passed, 4160 ; enrolled,
Mr. Conness.....

4149, 4210.
4150, 4153, 4154, 4161, 4164, 4165, | Destitute, bill (s. No. 270) for the temporary

4167, 4168, 4169, 4171, 4172, 4282 relief of the, people in the District of Mr. Cragin

4164 Columbia--[By Mr. Harlan.]
Mr. Davis... ...... 4162, 4163, 4166, 4167 referred, 650; reported and passed, 678;
Mr. Doolittle...... .....4164, 4165, 4166 passed House with amendment, 1431;
Mr. Drake..

.4162 non-concurred in by Senate, 1442; receded Mr. Ferry........

.4024, 4164 from by House, 1497; enrolled, 1515; Mr. Fessenden.......

.4150 approved, 1775. 4151, 4152, 4158, 4157, 4168 In House: received from Senate, 694; reMr. Fowler......

.4156 ferred, 970; reported and passed with Mr. Frelinghuysen....

.4161, 4169 amendment, 1421; disagreed to by Senate, Mr. Harlan......

4150, 4155, 1460; House recedes, 1504; passed, 1504. 4156, 4157, 4162, 4168, 4160, 4172 joint resolution, (H. R. No. 171) for the Mr. Howe........

4151, 4152,

relief of, persons in the South, 4153, 4156, 4157, 4158, 4161, 4172 received from House, 653; referred, 674; Mr, Morgan.....

.. 4070, 4164 reported, 678; discussed, 722; passed, Mr. Morrill, of Maine.......... 4070, 4149, 722; enrolled, 764.

4150, 4151, 4152, 4153, 4154, 4155, Dickerson, James L., bill (H. R. No. 257) for
4156, 4157, 4158, 4163, 4164, 4166, the relief of.

4167, 4168, 4170, 4171, 4172, 4281 received from House, 731 ; referred, 764; Mr. Morton......

.4159, 4162 reported, 1311; passed, 3316, 3317; en. Mr. Nye........

.4171 rolled, 8359, Mr. Pomeroy.

4159, 4171, 4282 Dickins, Asbury, bill (S. No. 171) to carry into Mr. Ramsey....

.....4171, 4172 effect a judgment of the Court of Claims
Mr. Sherman............. 4150, 4151, 4153 in favor of the late--[By Mr. Trumbull.]
Mr. Stewart.....4164, 4165, 4166, 4169, referred, 63.
Mr. Thayer.......

4168 bill (S. No. 408) for the benefit of the heirs Mr. Trumbull.....................

4163, 4164 of, deceased-[By Mr. Davis.] Mr. Vickers...................

4172 reported, 1568; discussed, 1863; passed, Mr. Willey ................4169, 4170, 4171

1864. Mr. Williams,4149,4154,4161,4163,4282 In House: received from Senate, 1869;

Mr. Wilson........4162, 4163, 4165, 4171 referred, 2029. yeas and nays on the.........4158, 4163, 4169 remarks by Deficiency, bill (S. No. 170) to provide for, of

Mr. Conkling..

1864 expenses incurred in the survey of Indian Mr. Davis ..

1568, 1864 reservations-[By Mr. Harlan.].

Mr. Fessenden....................

. 1863, 1864 referred, 63 ; reported, 786 ; discussed, 1439;

Mr. Harlan

................................1863 referred, 1442; motion to discharge com.

Mr. Howe................................... 1864 mittee, 2512; agreed to, 2512; discussed,

Mr. Johnson

1864 2512; passed, 2514.

Mr. Dorrill, of Vermont..........

1863 In House : received from Senate, 2533; re

Mr. Trumbull......

....1863, 1864 ferred, 2544; reported and discussed, 3097; | Diehl, Israel S., joint resolution (S. R. No. 02) recommitted, 3100.

for the relief of-[By Mr. Pomeroy.] remarks by-

referred, 625; reported, 1095 ; passed, 1095; Mr. Conkling ...... 1440, 1441, 1442, 2512 passed House, 1782; enrolled, 1789; ap. Mr. Edmunds...

..2513, 2514 proved, 1843. Mr. Fessenden

.1441 In House : received from Senate, 1107 ; Mr. Harlan ......

...1439, passed, 1772; enrolled, 1791.
1440, 1441, 1442, 2512, 2513, 2514 Diplomatic and consular officers, bill (S. No.
Mr. Henderson............1440, 1441, 1442 197) to fix and limit the compensation of,
Mr. Howe

2512 and in part to define their duties-- [By
Mr. Morcill, of Maine......... 1442 Mr. Wilson.]
Mr. Pomeroy...... 1440, 1441, 1442, 2513 read, 196.
Mr. Ramsey... .1439, 1440, 1442, 2513 | Diplomatic and consular service of the United
Mr. Sherman.... 1439, 1440, 2513 States, bill (S. No, 587) to provide for
Mr. Trumbull.......

.2512 retrenchment and greater efficiency in Mr. Williams

.1439, 1441 the-[By Mr. Patterson, of New Hamp. Delaware, bill (H. R. No. 510) to facilitate the shire.)

collection of the direct tax in the State of. reported, 3671. received from House, 1125; referred, 1142; | Disabilities, bill (S. No. 246) to remove polit

reported and passed, 1230; enrolled, 1260. ical, from Robert M. Patton, of AlabamaDenning, Frederick, bill (H. R. No. 1168) [By Mr. Stewart.] granting a pension to.

reported, 491; called up, 651; discussed, received from House, 2925; referred, 2985; 765, 776; passed, 778.

reported, 3814; paşsed, 4363 ; enrolled, In House : referred, 978. 4442.

remarks byDennistown cotton suits, resolution calling for Mr. Buckalew.

.651, 366, 777 information in reference to certain suits

Mr. Conkling

.785 in New York known as the-[By Mr.

Mr. Davis.

767, 776, 777 Stewart, February 13, 1868.]

Mr. Drake..........

.766 laid over, 1142; agreed to, 1204.

Mr. Fessenden.........

767, 777 Denver Pacific Railway Company-sce Rail

Mr. Hendricks..............................

.778 way Company.

Mr. Howard...

................................766 Depositary, bill (H.R. No. 387) to fix the com

Mr. Johnson..

651, 767 pensation of the United States, at Chicago. Mr. Pomeroy.

............................766 received from House, 4031; referred. 4031;

Mr. Stewart....

.491, .committee discharged and bill indefinitely

651, 765, 766, 776, 777, 778 postponed, 4093.

Mr. Sumner

..651, 767 Deserters, bill (S. No. 260) to prohibit the pay- Mr. Thayer.....

.........491, 778 ment of bounty to-[By Mr. Wilson.)

Mr. Trumbull.............................. 767 referred, 625.

Jeas and nays on the.........

Disabilities Continued.
bill (8. No. 370) to remove political, from

William W. Holden, of North Carolina

[By Mr. Morton.]
referred, 1257.
bill (S. No. 388) to remove political, from

P. G. Wall, of Florida-[By Mr. Ferry.]
referred, 1371.
bill (H. R. No. 834) for the reliei' of Hon.

George W. Bridges, a member of the

Thirty-Seventh Congress,
received from House, 1497; referred, 1498;

reported, 4093; passed, 4406; enrolled,

4451.
bill (H. R. No. 869) prescribing an oath of

office to be taken by persons from whom

legal, shall have been removed.
received from House, 1719; referred, 1744;

reported, 3539; passed with amend.
ments, 3733 ; agreed to by Elouse with
amendment, 3749; concurred in by Sen-

ate, 3749; enrolled, 3770.
bill (H. R. No. 870) to remove political,

from Roderick R. Butler, of Tennessee.
received from House, 1719, referred 1744;

reported, 1940; discussed, 1977, 2192,
2218, 2221; recommitted, 2267; reported,
2320 ; called up, 255); discussed, 3058;
passed with amendment, 3060; agreed

to by House, 3183; enrolled, 8133.
remarks by-
Mr. Buckalew........... 1978, 2192, 2193,

2218, 2220, 2221, 2267, 3059, 3060
Mr. Davis.

c..... 3058 Mr. Nye.........

.......... 3059, 8060 Mr. Saulsbury.... ......1977, 3058, 3059 Mr. Trumbull.... 1940, 1977, 1978, 2192,

2218, 2220, 2267, 2329, 2559, 3058 yeas and nays on the..... .....3058, 3060 bill (S. No. 429) to remove political, from

George W. Jones, of Tennessee-[By

Mr. Patterson, of Tennessee.]
referred, 1742.
bill (S. No. 470) to remove the political, rest-

ing upon certain citizens of Georgia,

[By Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 2240.
bill (H. R. No. 1059) to relieve certain citi.

zens of North Carolina of.
received from House and referred, 2488 ;

reported, 2802; amendments reported,
3089, 3176 ; passed with amendments,
3183; conference, 3223 ; conference
report, 3254; concurred in by Senate,
8255 ; concurred in by House, 3359;

enrolled, 3429.
reinarks by-
Mr, Buckalew..

.3181, 3182
Mr. Cole.........

.3179 Mr. Conkling

.3182 Mr. Conness......3178, 3179, 3180, 3181 Mr. Davis

.3255 Mr. Doolittle, 3177,3178.3181,8182,3183 Mr. Ferry..

.3178 Mr. Fowler.

.3183 Mr. Hendricks...3178, 3179, 8180, 3254 Mr. Howard.

...3181, 3182 Mr. Morrill, of Vermont. .3180 Mr. Pomeroy...

:3178 Mr. Sherman.. ..3178, 3180, 3181, 3182 Mr. Stewart

2802, 8089, 3176, 3177, 3178, 3179, 3180,

3182, 3183, 3223, 3254, 3255 Mr. Trumbull..

.3179, 3182 Mr. Vickers

......3180 Mr. Williams...

.....3177, 3179 Mr. Wilson .......

.....3179, 3180 yeas and nays on the......3179, 8189, 3255 bill (H. R. No.' 1358) for the removal of

certain, from the persons therein named.
received from House, 3857; referred,3857;

passed with amendment, 4041 ; agreed
to by House, 4080; enrolled, 4096 ;

motion to recall, 4111.
remarks by-..

Mr. Conness ............................ 4111
Mr. Doolittle

..... 4041
Mr. Hendricks.

1.4111
Mr. Sherman
Mr. Stewart

.....................4041, 4111
Mr. Willey....

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District of Columbia-Continued. -
bill (S. No. 177) regulating the rights of

property of married women in the--[By

Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 98; reported, 2084; discussed

and referred anew, 3715; reported,

4070; discussed, 4161.
bill(H.R. No. 161) to incorporate the congre-

gation of the First Presbyterian church.
received from House, 150; referred, 151;

reported and passed, 296 ; enrolled, 309. bill (S. No.192) to incorporate the Potomac

Navigation and Transportation Com

pany of the--[By Mr. Thayer.]
referred, 164; reported, 3671. :
bill (S. No. 193) to incorporate the Wash-

ington City Insurance Company [By

Mr. Thayer.]
referred, 164.
bill (S. No. 194) supplementary to an act to

incorporate the National Safe Deposit
Company of Washington, in the, ap-
proved January 22, 1867—(By Mr. Mor-

rill, of Maine.)
referred, 164.
bill (S. No. 200) to incorporate the Wash-

ington Society of the New Jerusalem

[By Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire.]
referred, 196.
bill (S. No. 206) to incorporate the Wash-

ington City Land and Building Associa

tion-[By Mr. Pomeroy.)
referred, 196.
bill (S. No. 209) to incorporate the Evening

Star Newspaper Company--(By Mr.

Patterson, of New Hampshire.) referred, 219; reported, 2176; called up,

3241; passed, 3242; passed House, 4442;

enrolled, 4451; approved, 4506.
In House: received from Senate, 3271;

passed, 4432; enrolled, 4479.
bill (S. No. 102) providing for the formation

of corporations and regulating the same

in the-[By Mr. Willey.]
reported, 242; called up, 434; discussed,

453, 886, 3716; passed, 3718.
In House : received from Senate, 3761;

referred, 4490.
joint resolution (S. R. No. 80) in relation

to the erection of a jail in the-[By

Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire.] reported, 242; discussed, 296; passed,

299 ; passed House, 346; enrolled, 384,

404; approved, 472.
In House: received from Senate, 313; dig.

cussed, 362; passed, 363; enrolled, 388.
bill (H. R. No. 105) to regulate the selection

of juries for the several courts of the.
indefinitely postponed, 242.
bill (H. R. No. 143) to regulate the selection

of officers in the city of Washington.
reported, 242; motion to take np, 889.
bill (S. No. 261) to grant one million acres

of public lands for the benefit of public

schools in the-[By Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 265.
bill (S. No. 224) to incorporate the congre.

gation of the First Reformed church of

Washington-[By Mr. Harlan.) referred, 343. bill (S. No. 225) to incorporate the English

Lutheran church of the city of Wash

ington--[By Mr. Harlan.] referred, 3.3. bill (S. No. 226) to incorporate the congre.

gation of the First Presbyterian church

of Washington-[By Mr. Trumbull.] referred, 343. bill (8. No. 228) for the further security of

equal rights in the-[By Mr. Sumner.] referred, 314. resolution instructiog the

Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds to inquire whether the expense of paving the ave. nucs of the city of Washington, could not be reduced by turfing iwenty feet of the center or ten feet on each side of such avenues, and planting the same with shade trees-[By Mr. Morrill, of

Vermont, January 8, 1868.] agreed to, 373.

Disabilities - Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 1446) to relieve from legal

and political, certain persons engaged

in the late rebellion.

received from House, 4321 ; referred,
for

4328; discussed, 4405, 4406; passed,
4448; conference, 4451, 4453 ; con-
ference report concurred in by House,

4462; enrolled, 4462.
remarks by-
Mr. Buckalew.....

...4406
Mr. Kellogg.

..4448 Nr. Pomeroy

.4405 Mr. Sawyer.......

.4405, 4406 Mr. Stewart..

4405, 4406, 4448
bill (H. R. No. 1459) to relieve Nelson Tift,

of Georgia, from.
received from House, 4517 ; passed, 4517;

enrolled, 4517.
Disability, bill (S. No. 178) to remove the, of

certain citizens of Alabama--[By Mr.

Wilson.)
referred, 98; substitute reported, 2435.

bill (S. No. 285) to remove the, of certain d 17H

citizens of Virginia-[By Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 765.
bill (S. No. 511) to remove the, of certain

citizens of Georgia--[By Mr. Wilson.]

referred, 2789, 2790.
Disbarsing officers, bill (S. No. 179) to facili-

tate the settlement of the accounts of-[By

Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 99.
Disclosure, bill (S. No. 306) for the protection

in certain cases of persons making, as
parties or testifying as witnesses—[By Mr.

Frelinghuysen.]
referred, 845; reported, 950; passed, 951 ;

passed House, 1369; enrolled, 1382; ap

proved, 1439.
In House: received from Senate, 970; re.

ferred, 984; reported and passed, 1334 ;

enrolled, 1393.
Distilled spirits--see Exporters; Revenue; Rum.
bill (H. R. No. 369) to prevent frauds in the

collection of the tax on.
received from House, 346; referred, 358 ;

reported, 404 ; passed with amendment,
401; concurred in by House, 405; en-

rolled, 434.
resolution calling for information as to the

amount of, shipped from Atlantic ports
to California during the year 1867, and
also what amount from other States was
landed in San Francisco during that year

-[By Mr. Cole, February 24, 1868.]
agreed to, 1371.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 262) authorizing

certain, to be turned over to the Surgeon

General for the use of Army hospitals. received from House, 2433; referred,

2440 ; reported, 2958; passed, 3314 ;

enrolled, 3359.
District attorney, bill (S. No. 466) fixing the

Balary of the, of the State of Nevada-[By

Mr. Stewart.) referred, 2144. District attorneys, resolution instructing the

Altorney General to report the number of assistant, he has appointed in the several States, their names and salaries, &c.--[By

Mr. Wilson, December 5, 1867.)
agreed to, 38.
District of Columbia, the Committee on the, 10

instructions to ......
reports from ......... .242, 296, 678,

1026, 1311, 1461, 1807, 2085, 2114,
2176, 2260, 2594, 2623, 8074, 3213,

3629, 3671, 3708, 3900, 4070, 4348 adverse reports from....

.3213 discharged from subjects...... .. 1461,

2084, 2594, 3213, 3274, 3716 bill (S. No. 141) for the further security of

equal rights in the--[By Mr. Sumner.] called up, 38; discussed, 38, 49,, passed,

51 ; passed House, 98; enrolled, 100;
inquiry whether bill has been delivered
to Secretary of State, 384; response of

President, 720.
In House: received from Senate, 65;

passed, 96; enrolled, 107.

578

District of Columbia Continued.
bill (S. No. 236) in addition to the act enti-

tled "An act to incorporate the Washing.
ton, Georgetown, and Alexandria Steain

Packet Company''-[By Mr. Willey.)
referred, 404; reported, 3671; passed,3718.
In llouse: received from Senate, 3761 ;

referred, 4490.
resolution calling for a statement of the

amount of money paid on account of
the new jail in the, and to whom paid

[By Mr. Corbett, January 14, 1868. ]
agreed to, 491.
bill (S. No. 258) to incorporate the National

Union Manufacturing and Publishing
Company of Washington city-[By Mr.

Ferry.]
referred, 625.
bill (S. No. 259) to renew the charter and to

extend the boundaries of the city of

Washington--[By Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 625.
bill (S. No. 270) for temporary relief of the

destitute people in the-[By Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 650; 'reported and passed, 678;

passed House with amendment, 1131 ;
non-concurred in by Senate, 1442 ; re-
ceded from by House, 1497 ; enrolled,

1515; approved, 1775.
In House : received from Senate, 694;

referred, 970; reported and passed with
amendment, 1421 ; disagreed to by Sen.
ate, 1460; House recedes, 1504 ; passed,

1504.
bill (S. No. 271) to regulate the sale of hay

and straw in the-[By Mr. Harlan.)
referred, 650 ; indefinitely postponed, 3213.
bill (H. R. No. 502) to incorporate the con-

gregation of the First Presbyterian

church of Washington.
received from House, 678; laid aside,

699; passed, 3712; enrolled, 3748.
bill (S. No. 278) to provide for the appoint-

ment of a marshal for the [By Mr.

Thayer.)
referred, 703; reported and indefinitely

postponed, 1163.
bill (H. R. No. 844) to incorporate the

Washington Target-Shooting Associa

tion in the.
received from House, 818; referred, 845;

reported, 2594; passed with amend-
ments, 3713, 3714; disagreed to by
House, 3872; motion to recede, 3872;
conference, 3916, 3956; conference
report, 4025; concurred in by House,

4024; by Senate, 4025; enrolled, 4151.
‘resolution inquiring how many justices of

the peace are now in commission in each
ward respectively of the city of Washing:

ton-[By Mr. Willey, January 30, 1868.]
agreed to, 845.
bill (S. No. 310) to incorporate the George.

town and Washington Canal and Sewer

age Company-[By Mr. Nye.]
referred, 921; reported, 4070.
resolution instructing the Committee on the,

to inquire what legislation is necessary
to secure safety and convenience to those
who ride in the street cars of the Metro.
politan Railroad Company- [By Mr.

Conkling, February 5, 1868.] agreed to, 981. resolution instructing Committee on the, to

jyquire whether the Washington Gaslight Company have forfeited their charter, and what further legislation is necessary to secure to the city the means of lighting it in a suitable manner- -[By

Mr. Thayer, February 6, 1868.] agreed to, 999. joint resolution (S. R. No. 102) instructing

the superintendent of the Asylum for the Insane in the to admit James McIntosh on the same footing as indigent

insane persons of the-[By Mr. Corbett.] reported and passed, 1026; passed House.

1744 ; enrolled, 1782; approved, 1843. In House : received from Senate, 1045;

pasged, 1768; enrolled, 1774.

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District of Columbia Continued.
bill (s. No. 362) to amend the usury laws

of the-[By Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 1204 ; reported, 1311.
resolution making certain inquiries in regard

to the number of military districts or headquarters established in [By Mr.

Morrill, of Maine, February 17, 1868.] agreed to, 1204. bill (S. No. 386) to renew the charter of the

city of Washington--[By Mr. Sumner.] referred, 1371. bill (S. No. 389) exempting property in the,

held and used for school purposes from

local taxation-[By Mr. Harlan.) referred, 1404; reported, 1461; passed,

1621; passed House with amendment, 2040; referred, 2040 ; reported, 2085;

concurred in with amendment, 2274. In House : received from Senate, 1634 ;

passed with amendment, 2028 ; agreed to by Senate with amendment, 2289;

referred, 2543. bill (S. No. 391) to provide for the incor

poration of religious societies in the

(By Mr. Willey.) referred, 1404. bill (S. No. 27) authorizing the corporation

of Washington city to make a loan aud issue stock for building a market-house

[By Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire.] committee discharged, 1461; bill (S. No.

394) reported as substitute, 1461. bill (S. No. 394) to provide for the removal

of the Centre market, in the city of · Washington, and for the erection of a

market building in a more suitable

locality-[By Mr. Corbett.] reported as substitute for bill (S. No. 27),

1461; passed, 3506. In House : received from Senate, 8535 ;

discussed, 4433; referred, 4434. bill (H. R. No. 784) to amend an act en

titled “ An act authorizing the con

struction of a jail in and for the," api proved July 25, 1866, received from House, 1515 ; referred,

1535; referred anew, 1622; reported, 2009; motion to take up, 2275; discussed, 2625; passed with amendments,

2627. bill (S. No. 409) relating to the Alexandria

canal-[By Mr. Nye.] referred, 1568. bill (S. No. 433) authorizing the trustees of

Union Chapel of the Methodist Episcopal Church, in the city of Washington, to mortgage their property for

church purposes-[By Mr. Willey. ] reported, 1807 ; passed, 2792 ; passed

House, 4400; enrolled, 4403 ; approved,

4450. In House : received from Senate, 2812 ;

passed, 4391 ; enrolled, 4422. bill (s. No. 453) 'supplementary to an act

entitled “An act to establish the office of register of deeds for the," approved

February 14, 1863–[By Mr. Morton.] referred, 2009; reported, 2260. bill (S. No. 461) to regulate the sale of hay

in the District of Columbia--(By Mr.

Cameron.] referred, 2008; indefinitely postponed,

3213. bill (S. No. 365) for the erection of school

houses and the maintenance of schools in the, outside of the cities of Washington and Georgetown-[By Mr. Har

Jan.) reported and referred anew, 2114, 3176. bill (H. R. No. 480) in relation to the pay

of grand and petit jurors in the. received from House, 2149; referred, 2176;

referred anew, 3213; reported adversely

and indefinitely postponed, 4093. bill (H. R. No. 566) to incorporate the

Græetti Society of Washington. received from House, 2149. bill (S. No. 475) to extend the charter of ce Washington city [By Mr. Harlan.]

reported, 2260; discussed, 2260; passed,

District of Columbia Continued.

District of Columbia-Continued.
2267 ; passed House with amendments, bill (S. No. 637) to authorize the city of
2417; discussed, 2417; concurred in, Washington to issue bonds for the pur-
2419; enrolled, 2488; not returned, be. pose of paying the floating debt of the
come a law, 2659.

city-[By Mr. Harlan.]
In House : received from Senate, 2286 ; read, 4321 ; passed, 4361; passed House,

discussed, 2409 ; passed with amend: 4453 ; enrolled, 4459; approved, 4506.
ments, 2410; agreed to by Senate, 2429 ; In House: received from Senate, 4395 ;
enrolled, 2475.

passed, 4485; enrolled, 4492.
bill (H. R. No. 420) to incorporate the Con bill (S. No. 642) to amend the charter of the

necticut Avenue and Park Railroad National Capital Insurance Company--
Company in the.

[By Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire.)
received from House, 2417; referred, 2417; reported and passed, 4348.

reported, 2594; passed with amend. In House: received from Senate, 4380.
ments, 3713; concurred in by House,

joint resolution (S. R. No. 57) relative to
3872; enrolled, 3904.

lighting the streets of Washington city-
bill (S. No. 491) to provide for the appoint- [By Mr. Harlan.
ment of register of deeds in the--[By

passed House with amendment, 4442;
Mr. Harlan. ]

agreed to by Senate with amendments, reported, 2623; passed, 3714; passed

4450; agreed to by House, 4451; enrolled, House, 4454; enrolled, 4501.

4159'; approved, 4506. In House : received from Senate, 3761;

In House : report objected to, 4052 ; subpassed, 4490; enrolled, 4496.

stitute reported, 4429; passed with bill (s. No. 507) supplementary to an act to amendments, 4430; agreed to with incorporate a Newsboys' Home-[By

amendments, 4476; concurred in, 4477;
Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire.]

enrolled, 4492.
referred, 2760.
bill (8. No. 508) to incorporate the America Dixon, Annie E., bill (S. No. 282) granting a
Fire and Marine Insurance Company of

pension to-[By Mr. Van Winkle.]
Washington-[By Mr. Patterson, of

reported, 721; passed, 1839 ; passed House, New Hampshire.]

8902; enrolled, 3958. referred, 2760.

In House : received from Senate, 1859; rebill (S. No. 526) to amend an act incorpo

ferred, 1869; reported adversely, 3898;
rating the Washington and Georgetown

enrolled, 3918.
Railroad Company-[By Mr. Corbett. ] | Dixon, James, a Senator from Connecticut...L
referred, 2922; reported adversely, 3213. petitions presented by.

..........217,
bill (S. No. 532) to incorporate the Union-

296, 815, 1202, 1694, 1775 town and Washington City Railroad incidental remarks by.........453, 1649, 4042

Company in the [By Mr. Harlan.] remarks on printing the President's megreferred, 3051; reported, 3708.

sage...

....... 22, 23
bill (s. No. 584) relating to contested elec- on the bill to repeal the cotton tax...... 250

tions in the city of Washington-[By on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 313). ...... 272
Mr. Stewart. ]

on supplementary reconstruction bill (H.
referred, 3051; reported, 3074; discussed,

R. No. 439)...

710
8116, 3120; passed, 3130 ; passed House, (See Appendix. )
3163; enrolled, 3183; not returned, be- on the rules for the court of impeach-
come a law, 3417.

ment...

1575, 1576, In House: received from Senate, 3145;

1577, 1578, 1581, 1582, 1583, 1584, 1585 called up and discussed, 3172; passed, on the bill for funding the national debt, 3174; enrolled, 3199; not returned,

1812 become a law, 3761.

(See Appendix.) bill (H. R. No. 366) to incorporate National

on the organization of the Senate as a Hotel Company of Washington city.

court of impeachment..... ..1680, received from House, 3053 ; referred, 3058;

1696, 1697, 1998, 1699 reported and passed, 3716; enrolled,

on the natal appropriation bill...2273, 2274 8770.

on the bill providing for the expenses of bill (S. No. 540) to regulate sale of hay in

the impeachment trial...2298, 2299, 2302 [By Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire.] on the bill to admit Arkansas to reprereferred, 3084 ; reported and passed, 3213;

sentation in Congress

.2437 passed House, 4442; enrolled, 4451 ;

on the resolution for a recess until May approved, 4506.

26 In House : received from Senate, 3236;

..2488, 2489

on bill to incorporate the National Life passed, 4430; enrolled, 4479.

Insurance Company, 2515, 2516, 2596 bill (8. No. 561) to incorporate the Citizens'

on the resolution to furnish the House Gas Company of the-[By Mr. Harlan.] with a copy of the impeachment proreferred, 3275.

ceedings.......... . 2520, 2521, 2522 bill (S. No. 582) to incorporate the, Concrete

on the legislative appropriation bill...3354,
Stone Company--[By Mr. Harlan.]

3359, 3360, 3361
referred, 3580; reported, 8671.
bill (S. No. 612) in relation to the proof of

on the bill to regulate elections for Sen-
wills in the-[By Mr. Conkling.]

ators in Congress......... 3383, 3384
leave of absence granted to.................

.......2625
referred, 3954.
bill (H. R. No. 541) making an appropria- | Dix, John A., bill (S. No. 686) in reference
tion for the service of the Columbia

to certain accounts on the books of the
Institution for the Instruction of the

Treasury Department against, Richard M.
Deaf and Dumb, and establishing addi-

Blatchford, and George Opdyke-[By Mr.
tional regulations for the government of

Morgan. ]
the institution.

reported, 4230.
received from House, 4080; referred, || Dodge, William O., bill (H. R. No. 1243)

4092; reported, 4146; passed with granting a pension to.
amendments and title amended, 4270,

received from House and referred, 3119;
4271; agreed to by House with amend- reported, 8954; passed, 4366 ; enrolled,
ments, 4352; conference, 4352, 4353,

4443.
4365; conference report, 4453; con- Donnelly, Eliza, bill (H. R. No. 1389) grant-
curred in by Senate, 4453 ; by House, ing a pension to, mother of Dudley Don-
4454 ; enrolled, 4501.

nelly, deceased, late colonel of the twenty-
bill (H. R. No. 2) to repeal an act entitled eighth regiment infantry New York State

"An act to retrocede the county of Alex. volunteers.

andria, in the, to the State of Virginia." received from House and referred, 3917; committee discharged, and indefinitely reported, 4146; passed, 4868; enrolled, postponed, 4093.

4443.

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