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Yessels--Continued.

Vincent, Frederick, bill (S. No. 580) for the War Department-Continued. bill (H. %. No. 1119) for the registration or relief of, administrator of James Le Case, communications from, 19, 151, 552, 764,758 eprollment of certain foreign. surviving partner of Le Caze & Mollet

876,950, 980, 1094, 1165, 1371, 1410, received from House, 2600; referred, 2622; [By Mr. Nye.]

1620, 1703, 1812, 1939, 2274, 2134, reported, 8767; passed, 8954; enrolled, reported, 8666.

2505, 2583, 2769, 3022, 3212, 3521, 3988. Virginia-see Reconstruction.

3551, 3983, 4092, 4210, 4312, 4436 bill (H. R. No. 1120) to authorize the Secre- Volant and Science, bill (S. No. 551) to carry

joint resolution (H. R. No. 203) reducing tary of the Treasury to change the names into effect the two several decrees of the

the expenses of the. of certain.

district court of the United States for the received from House, 1144; referred, 1102; received from House, 2600; referred, 2622; district of Louisiana in the cases of the reported, 1162; discussed, 1231; passed. reported, 2856 ; passed, 3242; enrolled, British vessels--[By Mr. Sumner.]

1232; enrolled, 1260. 3279. reported, 3146,

remarks by-. bill (8. No. 505) to amend an act entitled Voters, resolution calling for certain informa.

Mr. Howe

.......... 1231 "An act concerning the registering and tion in regard to the registration of voters

Mr. Wilson ..................

........ 1162, 1231 recording of ships or"-[By Mr. Morunder the reconstruction acts in the rebel

bill (8. No. 660) to transfer the Indian Bu. rill, of Maine. ] States-[By Mr. Willey, December 5,

reau and Indian affairs from the Interior referred, 2689; reported, 3051 ; passed, 1867.)

Department to the [By Mr. Pomeroy.] 3245; passed House, 8783; enrolled, agreed to, 38.

referred, 3275. 3748; approved, 8771. In House : received from Sepate, 8271 ; resolution referring the reconstruction bill

Ward, Thomas W., bill (S. No. 542) for the referred, 3477 ; reported and passed,

(H. R. No. 439) to the committee with

relief of, collector 'of customs at Corpus 9732; enrolled, 8762.

instructions to insert certain provisions

Christi, Texas-[By Mr. Chandler.] joint resolution (H. R. No. 388) exonerating

referred, 8116; reported, 3240; passed,

relating to the qualifications of-[By Mr. certain, of the United States from the

Doolittle, January 23, 1868.]

3247 ; passed House, 3860 ; enrolled, payment of tonnage fees to consular

3872; approved, 3984. read and discussed, 699.

In House : received from Senate, 8271; reagents in Canada.

W.

ferred, 3476 ; reported and passed, 3883; received from House, 8984; referred, 4034; reported, 4146; passed, 4160, 4161; Wade, Benjamin F., a Senator from Ohio, and

enrolled, 3886.

..1

President pro tempore... enrolled, 4210.

Wareboase, joint resolution, (S. R. No. 117)

to authorize the erection of a, at Fort bill (8. No. 623) for the registration or en

joint resolution introduced by rollment of certain foreign-built-[By No. 120—for the relief of Major A. L,

Monroe, Virginia--[By Mr. Wilson.) Mr. Morrill; of Maine.]

Brewer, late a paymastor in the United

referred, 1644 , reported and passed, 1669; States Army

..............1717 reported, 4098.

passed House, 1843; enrolled, 1843; ap

proved, 1887. Veto of the bill (S. No. 213) to a.mend an act

Wagon.road, bill (S. No. 167) granting lands In House ; received from Senate, 1693; entitled “An act to amend the judicial to the State of Oregon to aid in the con

passed, 1848; enrolled, 1859. act passed the 24th of September, 1789,"

struction of a military, from the navigable Warehonses, resolution inquiring the amount 2088, 2094 waters of Coos baj to Roseburg-[By Mr.

paid for rent of the public stores in the of the bill (H. R. No. 1039) to admit the

Willianis.)

city of New York, and whether a more State of Arkansas to representation in referred, 38; reported, 845.

suitable location for customs, may not be Congress

...3325 bill (S. No. 219) to provide for the con- obtained-[By Mr. Morgan, February 8, of the bill (H. R. No. 1058) to admit the struction of a, from the Horse Plains to 1868. ] States of North Carolina, South Carolina, Cabinett Landing, on the Pen D'Oreille

agreed to, 922. Louisiana, Georgia, and Alabama to rep- river, in Montana Territory-[By Mr. resentation in Congress.......

bili (S. No. 604) to amend an act entitled .....8466 Williams.)

An act to extend the warehousing sysof the joiat resolution (S. R. No. 139) ex. referred, 343.

tem by establishing bonded"-[By Mr. cluding from the Electoral College the bill (H. R. No. 761) to construct a, from Morrill, of Maine.] yotes of States lately in rebellion which West Point, in the county of Orange, referred, 2689.) shall not have been reorganized........4235 State of New York, to Cornwall Land- Warehousivý system, resolution in relation to of the bill (S. No. 567) relating to the Freed- ing, in said county.

the cnstoms-[By Mr. Sprague, March 13, men's Bureau and providing for its dis- received from House, 4031; referred, 4031; 1868. continuance

:..4450 reported and passed, 4075; enrolled, reported, 1863. Vickers, George, a Senator from Maryland, 4151.

Warner, Willard, a Senator from Alabama, 4465 resolation referring the credentials of, á Wagon:roads, bill (H. R. No. 650) to amend Warrant, joint resolution (H. R. No. 19) diSenator-elect of Maryland, to the Com. the act of March 3, 1865, providing for the recting that certain moneys now in the mittee on the Judiciary with certain in. construction of certain, in Dakota Terri- hands of the United States Treasurer, as structions--[By Mr. Sumner, March 3, tory.

special agent of the Treasury Department, 1868.)

received from House, 1464; referred, 1486; be covered by, into the United States proposed, 1742.

reported, 2623; passed with amendment,

Treasury. remarks by

2624; récalled from House, 3213; re- reported, 98; corrected, 119; discussed, 120, Mr. Anthony

1743 turned, reconsidered, and recommitted, 145, 373, 1211, 1232, 1466, 1489 ; passed Mr. Conness

.1743, 1744 3243 ; reported, 3463 ; passed with amend. with amendments and title amended, 1497; Nr. Grimes....

. 1744 ment, 3505; concurred in by House, 3872; agreed to by House, with amendment, Mr. Johason... 1742, 1743, 1744 enrolled, 3904.

1744; called up, 1782 ; non-concurred in, Mr. Nye......

1743, 1744 | Walker, A. W., joint resolution (S. R. No. 1809; conference, 1809, 1812, 1843 ; conMr. Sumner.... .1742, 1743, 1744 9) 'in favor of-[By Mr. Patterson, of ference, report, 2176 ; concurred in by qualified.... ....1744 Tennessee.]

House, 2160 ; concurred in by Senate, petitions presented by ........2080, 3213, 3504 reported, 8504; indefinitely postponed, 4405. 2176; enrolled, 2192. incidental retoarks by.. .8060, 4024 || Wall, Perry G., bill (S. No. 388) to remove Washington-see District of Columbia. remarks on the order of business.. ..2904 political disabilities from, of Florida—[By Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria on bill to admit North Carolina, &c., 2927 Mr. Ferry)

Steam Packet Company, bill (S. No. 236) (See App: ndix.) referred, 1371.

in addition to the act entitled "An act to on the bill relating to contested elections | Wallace, Margaret Ann, bill (H. R. No. 1227) incorporate the''-[By Mr. Willey.) in Washington city - .........3130 granting a pension to.

referred, 404; reported, 3671; passed, 3718. on the bill to relieve certain citizens of received from Honse and referred, 3119; In IIouse: received from Senate, 3761; re

North Carolina from disabilities.....3180 referred anew, 3900;, reported, 4146 ; ferred, 4490. on the deficiency bill (H. R, No. 1341), passed, 4270; enrolled, 4276.

Washington Territory, bill (S. No. 181) to 4172 || Walters, Orlena, bill (H. R. No. 1247) grant. establish certain post roads in the State on the bill to reduce the military peace ing a pension to

of Oregon and-[By Mr. Williams.) establishment of the United States, 4249, received from House and referred, 8119; referred, 99.

4250, 4251 reported, 8954 ; passed, 4366; enrolled, bill (S. No. 273) to establish certain post on the Ohio river bridge bill...... .4291 4443.

routes in the State of Oregon and-[By on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri- || Wands, Catharino, bill_(S. No. 497) for the Mr. Williams. ] can citizens abroad ............... .4829 relief of--[By Mr. Van Winkle.)

referred, 650. on representation in Congresg--gee Ap. reported, 2688; passed, 3824 ; passed Hoase, bill (S. No. 487) to disapprove an act of the pendix. 8902; enrolled, 3968; approved, 3984.

Legislative Assembly of redistricting the Victoria, joint resolution (H. R. No. 331) to In House: received from Senate, 3345 ; Territory and reassigning the judges

grant an American register to the Ha- referred, 3846 ; reported and passed, 3898. theretu-[By Mr. Nye.]
waiian brig.
War claims-gee Claims.

reported, 2594 ; passed, 3709; passed received from House, 3956; referred, 3983; War Department, calls for information upon, House, 4454; approved, 4517.

reported, 4146; passed, 4161; enrolled, 19, 38, 308, 625, 050, 999, 1143, 1204, In House : received from Senate, 8782 ; 4210.

1058, 2241, 8463, 8710, 3901, 4462 passed, 4489; enrolled, 4496.

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Waters, George Ro, bill (H. R. No. 662) grant || Whistler, Julia, bill (. No. 516) granting a Willey, Waitman T., a Senator from West Viro. ing a pension to the widow and children of.

pension to +[By Mr. Van Winkle.] zo ginia. Continued., 11!... Hillid received from House, 1038; referred, 1068; reported, 2922, passed, 3324.

resolutions submitted by saying reported, 1461 ; passed with amendments, In House: received from Senate, 3345; calling for certain information in regard 13319; conference, 3688; conference report, referred, 8346; reported adversely, 3896. to the registration of voters under the 3857 ; concurred in by Senate, 3857; by | Whitt, Martin, bill (S. No. 499) granting a

reconstruction acts in the rebel StatesHouse, 3954; enrolled, 3958. pension to the widow and child of, de

[December 5, 1867)....................38 Watson, Robert, bill (S. No. 606) granting a

ceased-[By Mr. Van Winkle.]

inquiring how many justices of the peace pension to-[By Mr. Fowler.) reported, 2889; passed, 3324.

are now in commission in each ward rereferred, 3857; reported, 4197; passed, 4368; In House : received from Senate, 8345;

spectively of the city of Washingtonpassed House, 4451 ; enrolled, 4459 ;

referred, 3346.

[January 30, 1868]. approved, 4506.

reports made by

242, 721, 1095, In 'House : received from Senate, 4395; || Whyte, William Pinkney, a Senator from passed, 4477; enrolled, 4492.

Maryland............... ........4024

online 1162, 1870, 1807, 1940, 2030, 2144,

De 22594, 2759, 2935, 3074, 8213, 3240, Watts, Isaac, bill (H. R. No. 1128) for the || Wilcox, Charles W., bill (H. R, No. 672)

IV. 113274, 3462, 3856, 4070, 4093, 4230 relief of. START har visst

motions made by.

120, 921, received from Honse, 2690; referred, 2701;

children referred anew,

b. 1070, 1487, 2624, 2773, 2792, 2856, 3347 2759. 54770191 received from House, 1038; referred, 1068; incidental remarks by.....

..537, Webb, Sarah, bill (S. No. 839) granting a pena 13820; conference, 8688; conference

report

, reported, 1515; passed with amendments,

$50, 2279, 3716, 4111, 4400 asion to, widow of William R. Webb, and her minor child-[By Mr. Van Winkle.] d1 8857 concurred in by Senate, 3857; by

remurks on the bill regulating corporations

in the District of Columbia....242, 454, reported, 1070; passed, 1841; passed House, House, 3954; enrolled, 3958. lingi

455, 886, 887, 888, 889, 3716, 3717 2925; enrolled, 2927; approved, 3053. Wilklow, Myron, bill (H. R, No. 669) grant- on the memorial of the Virginia convenIn House: received from Senate, 1859; re- ing a pension to the widow and children

.299 -9 ferred, 1869; reported and passed, 2910.

Den 4.6 is

on printing the reports relating to the susWebster, Frances M., bil! (H. R. No. 1254) received from House, 1038 ; referred, 1068; pension of Secretary Stanton.........817

granting a pension to. &cs,ballona reported, 1515 ; passed with amendments, received from House and referred, 8120 ;

3320; conference, 3688; conference report

,

on the bill for the relief of the heirs of General Richardson.....

1118 Iz reported, 3954 ; passed, 4866; enrolled, 3857; concurred in by Senate, 3857; by on the bill providing for the sale of Har: 4443. rd House, 3954 ; enrolled, 3958.

per's Ferry lots.........1446, 1447, 1448 Weed, John A. and Elizabeth J., bill (S. No. Willey, Waitman T., a Senator from West Vir- on the bill concerning the renewal of **?383) granting a pension to, minor children

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patents ... .........

1487, 1488 of Robert T. Weed, deceased--[By Mr. petitions presented by......... 18, 78, 299, 404, on the consular and diplomatic bill, 1746 Van Winkle.]

433, 624, 649, 674, 765, 920, 1069, on the resolution providing tickets to the reported, 1311 ; passed, 1842; passed House

1203, 1567, 1620, 1717, 1862, 2176, impeachment trial. .........1776, 1777 Jill with amendment, 3902 ; conference, 8954,

2237, 2240, 2431, 2506, 2583, 2653, on the bill to exempt certain manufa:od 3984; conference report, 4097 ; concurred

3313, 3327, 3423, 3540, 5953, 3983

tures from tax....

1989 87 in by Senate, 4097; by House, 4147 ; bills introduced by, I

on the joint resolution for the relief of at enrolled, 4159; approved, 4235. Lige

J. M. Palmer..

2144, 2283, In House i raceived from Senate, 1859; re

No. 183—for the relief of William H.
Harman.

..120 ferred, 1869; reported and passed with

2284, 2285, 2286, 2566, 2567, 2935

on the resolution for a recess until May aniendment, 3895 ; conference report No. 186-providing for the sale of the

.2493, 2496 6 agreed to by House, 4131 ; by Senate, 4182; enrolled, 4186.29 0

and near Harper's Ferry, in the county

on the bill to admit Arkansas to repre

2517 of Jefferson, West Virginia ............ 120 Weeks, Mrs. Nancy, bill (H. R. No. 453)

26 sentation in Congress,
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No.
addition to the act entitled

on the impeachment trial-personal ex increasing the pension of, widow of Francis

planations.......

2584 Weeks, of Georgia. lioincorporate the Washington,

on the bill for the relief of Samuel N. received from House, 627; referred, 682;

Georgetown, and Alexandria Steam

Miller......

2624 Packet Company

....404 Et reported, 1404; passed with amendinent, 3318; agreed to by House, 3749; enrolled, No. 241-authorizing Commissioner of

on the joint resolution to authorize a transfer of a suit to the

Federal courts, 2926 3770.

Patents 10 puy certain employés of the Weisse, Barbara, bill (H. R. No. 1226) grant

Patent Office for services rendered, 453

Dit on the bill to adınit North Carolina, &c., bul, ment,20440196 %

2935, 2963, 3029 "ing a pension to.cioculos sitio agital/

207–for the relief of Robert B.

(See Appendix.), inter received from House and referred, 8119; ods

No, 313–requiring persons applying to

18 on the bill relating to contested elections 52. reported, 3900; passed, 4365; enrolled,

.8128

in Washington city: L 4443. Ted: 1 1995 laissa

Congress for the extension or renewal Welch, A. S., a Senator from Florida......8672

on the bill for the relief of Israel T. Canis of patents to give public notice thereof,

by's sureties..

3274

921 petitions presented by ...................3708

No. 391—to provide for the incorporation

on the bill for the relief of

Segar, bal introduced by - 91991989 be hogar

3540, 4407, 4408, 4409, 4410 No. 604-regulating the times and places

be of religious societies in the District of

..1404
on the civil appropriation

3637, Columbia. of holding the district and circuit courts -boa

3638, 3639 of the United States for the northern

No, 433 Tauthorizing the trustees of Union of

u on the bill for the relief of Martha M.

Chapel of the Methodist Episcopal motions made by........anatdir....109.4144

1 Jones.......

Church, in the city of Washington, to ineidental remarks by........ ..........4144

Hi on the bill for the removal of certain dis. property for church pur.

..4041 remarks on the Electoral College resolu.

poses..

..1807

on the bill for the relief of L. Merchant tion........ oceano.3923 .::No. 438--for the relief of Jobn B. Earle,

--on the resolution relating to the pay of

des P. Rosecrantz

1864 southern Senators......... ......... 4461 No. 439 for the relief of Asbury Stal.

naker Wesson, D. B., bill (8: No. 229) for the relief

.1864

dasz 4109, 4170, 4171

on the bill to reduce the military of lof Horaee Smith and, or their assignsNo. 454—for the relief of Samuel N. Mil.

peace

establishment of the United States, 4241, [By Mr. Terry:]

Loler...........

. 2030
niso912, b. 110.

4242, 4243 referred, 372; reported, 404 ; passed, 519 ;

No. 636—for the relief of Elizabeth Car:

te on the Ohio river bridge bill, 4291, 4292 passed House, 1816; enrolled, 1382;

son........

..3074

He on the resolution for a recess froin July, approved, 1439.

bez?
No. 559-to authorize the Secretary of the

4326

gitlagih.ro Interior to rent rooms necessary for the In House: referred, 991; reported, 1816;

E on diton representation in Congress-see Ap

passed, 1317; enrolled, 1393. aldaag

speedy and convenient transaction of pendix. Western Pacific railroad-see Railroad. the business of the Patent Office...3240 || Williams, Anp, bill (H. R. No. 8

No. 851) granting Wharves, joint resolution (H. R. No. 296) No. 575 to refer the claim of Joseph giving the assent of the United States to

received from

and referred, 3917; the construction of certain, in the harbor

No. 592—relating to the Commissioner of

Patents...... of Oswego, New York.

to reported, 4145;i passed, 4367; enrolled, received from House, 4075; referred, 4092;

No. 635-to extend the term of letters

Williams, George H., a

1... Senator from Ore: reported, 4228 ; passed, 4403, 4404; patent issued to Richard M. Hoe, 4230

...

.1 enrolled, 4451. Chung joint resolution introduced by

petitions presented by, 10, 62, 209, 433, 618, Whisky frauds, resolution in reference to a No. 161-providing that a certain part of

document purporting to be a report from 9; the act making appropriations for sun- the Committee on Retrenchinent on the dry civil expenses of the Government No. 167-granting lands to the State of subject of-[By Mr. Edmunds, March 17, 10 for the year ending June 30, 1869, shall 1868.]

;:50 Oregon to aid in the construction of a : TT

El not take effect until the 1st day of March, toglio military wagon-road from the navigable reported, 1910.1074/;0-11

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Williams, George H., & Senator from Ore

gou-Continued. bills introduced byNo. 181-to establish certain post roads

in the State of Oregon and Washington Territory...........

..99 No. 213—to amend an act entitled "An

act to amend the judiciary act passed on the 24th of September, 1789.'' ....318 No. 215—to vacate and sell the Umatilla

reservation in the State of Oregon...318 No. 216-to amend an act entitled " An

act granting land to aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph. line from the Central Pacific railroad, in

California, to Portland, in Oregon''...818 No. 219-to provide for the construction

of a wagon-road from the Horse Plains to Cabinett Landing, on the Pen D'Oreille river, in Montana Territory,

343 No. 273-to establish certain post routes

in the State of Oregon and Washington Territory....

....... 650 No. 288-for the relief of P. Jennings, 765 No. 299--for the creation of a national bureau of insurance............

816 No. 347—to confirm the title of Ethan

Ray Clarke and Samuel Ward Clarke to certain lands in the State of Florida, claimed under a grant from the Spanish Government...

...1095 No. 371-relative to the military reserva.

tion at Fort Dalles, in Oregon ...... 1257 No. 384-to provide for the registration

of electors in the Territories of the

United States........
No. 385—in part execution of section four

of article four of the Constitution...1371 No. 447—to provide for a temporary gove ernment for the Territory of Alaska,

1911 No. 471-to indemnify Abial Morrison for

property destroyed by hostile Indians ia Washington Territory in the years 1855 and 1856....... ............. 2240 No. 513-concerning land claims in the

State of Arkansas..... ......... 2857 No. 522-to authorize the Cominissioner

of the Revenue to settle the accounts of Andrew S. Core ...................?

... 2922 joint resolutions introduced byNo. 84-to provide for adjusting the ac

counts of acting collectors of internal revenue ....

...........843 No. 115--to abolish the present Bureau

of Statistics and transfer the duties thereof to the Special Commissioner of Revenue.....

.1486 No. 141-requiring the Special Commis

sioner of the Revenue to act as superintendent of tbe Bureau of Statistics in the office of the Secretary of the Treas. ury.........

............. 2922 No. 158-to-extend the act establishing

the Court of Claims to the claims arising under the act of the 2d of Mareh, 1861, providing for the payment of the expenses of the Washington and Oregon

Indian war of 1855-56......... ..3901 No. 172-to construe an act entitled 'An

act to agihorize the accounting officers of the Treasury to settle the accounts

of Andrew S. Core"...... ..4361 resolutions submitted by~ instructing Committee on Indian Affairs

to inquire into the expediency of adopting a specified policy toward the

dians--(December 2, 1867]....... 1 instructing Committee on Finance to in

quire into the expediency of funding and consolidating the national debt in a certain manner, preventing the imposition of high discriminating duties, and amending the national bank act

[January 14, 1868].......................491 requesting the Secretary of the Treasury

to inform the Senate for what reasons and under what law he withhelds from the Governor of Idaho Territory his salary-[February 29, 1868)........1515

Williams, George H., a Senator from Ore:

gon-Continued. resolutions submitted by calling upon the Secretary of the Treas.

ury for information in reference to the number of clerks removed, and the number appointed in his Department since the 1st of January, 1868--[March 20, 1868]. .........

., 2009 directing Secretary of the Senate to pre

sent to the Secretary of State the bill entitled "An act to amend an act entitled 'An act to amend the judiciary act, passed the 24th of September, 1789,''

&c.--[March 27, 1868).................2149 calling for a description of the Presidio military reservation, ineluding Black Point, lying upon the Bay of San Francisco, accompanied by a diagram show. ing the external boundaries, the area,

&c.--[July 10, 1868)....... 3901 reports made by................219, 271, 296, 318,

404, 552, 625, 703, 845, 1095, 1117, 1257, 1466, 1486, 2176, 2259, 2653, 2922,

3146, 3213, 8566, 4197, 4346, 4361, 4452 motions made by.

625, 1404, 1717, 1807, 1847, 1865, 1900, 2094,

2128, 2233, 2289, 2804, 3709, '3966 incidental remarks by.....

..490, 625, 816, 933, 1442, 1461, 1645, 1646, 1658, 1809, 2031, 2088, 2240, 2280, 2516,

4095, 4105, 4249, 4281, 4346, 4397, 4453 remarks on the bill in relation to additional bounty

.................165 on the bill to repeal the cotton tax... 205,

222, 306, 346, 353, 355, 357, 358 on the resolution in reference to the occu

pation of San Juan Island.............. 243 on the joint resolution concerning Michigan and Wisconsin land grants......244,

2511 on the bill for the relief of towns in the

State of Nevada............... 271, 320, 405 on deficiency bill (H. R. No.313)... 276, 278 on the Central Pacific railroad bill..... 318,

1095, 1096, 2594 on the resolution relating to southern State governments

...........84 on the bill for the relief of land warrant No. 3217.....

404, 626, 627 on the bill to suspend the further reduction of the currency

436 on the case of Hon. Philip F. Thomas, 656,

657, 658, 1148, 1152, 1241, 1242 on supplementary reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 439)...

.702, 703, 933, 953, 954, 955, 957 on the bill in addition to the tenure-ofoffice act

.........846, 953 'on printing the reports in reference to the

suspension of Secretary Stanton. ... 1034 on the bill for the relief of the beirs of * General Richardson .....1097, 1118, 1119 on the bill for supplying vacancies in the

Executive Departments........ 1164, 4025 on the order of business..... .1807,

1865, 3075, 3248 on the supplementary reconstruction bill

(H. R. No. 214)......... 1411, 1413, 1414 on the bill regulating the presentation of

bills to the President..... ... 1372 on the bill to amend an act providing for

the settlement of accounts... .... 1404 on the bill for surrender of criminals; 1429 on deficiency bill (S. No. 170)...1439, 1441 on the bill in relation to Nevada land grants ........

.....1443, 1646 'on the Western Pacific railroad bill... 1462 on the rules for the court of impeachment......

1525, 1527, 1529, 1534, 1571, 1572, 1578, 1581, 1582, 1585, 1587, 1588, 1689, 1591, 1592,

1593, 1597, 1998, 1600, 1601, 1602 on the bill to facilitate the payment of soldiers' bounties.

1622, 1788 on the organization of the Senate as a : court of impeachment...... ............1073 on the bill to facilitate the settlement of paymasters' accounts

1696 on the suspension of the Governor of

Idaho........ ..1717, 1718, 1710, 1834

Williams, George H., a Senator from Ore.

gon-Continued. remarks on the consular and diplomatic bill,

1752, 1753, 1764 on the resolution providing tickets to the

impeachment trial.......... ......... 1776 on the bill relating to the central branch of the Union Pacific Railroad Company,

1897, 4444 on the bill for the relief of the Navajo

Indiang ..... 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015 on the bill to amend the judiciary act, 1807,

1847, 2094, 2095, 2097, 2098, 2099,

2115, 2119, 2126, 2127, 2128, 2149 on the bill for the relief of exporters of spirits.....

1836, 3276 on the bill to exempt certain manufactures from tax.....

.....1980, 1982, 1983, 2161, 2182, 2183, 2184 on the Army appropriation bill, 2036, 2040 on the revision of the rules. on the naval appropriation bill..........2156 on the bill to extend the charter of Wash

ington city ................ ....2261, 2267 on the resolution for a recess until May 26 ......

.2488, 2489 on the bill for the sale of the Umatilla reservation ........

..........2597 on the resolution for printing the report of J. Ross Browne.

2687 on the resolution of thanks to Edwin M. Stanton.....

2735 on the bill to confirm land titles in Ne. braska......

.........2760 on the bill to provide for appeals from the Court of Claims.....

....2767 on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1117),

2772 on the bill to admit Arkansas to repre. sentation in Congress. ....

2901 on the bill to provide a temporary gov. ernment for the Territory of Wyoming,

2794, 2797, 2801. 2802 on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c...........

,2930, 2966, 2967, 2969, 2999, 3001, 3004, 3005, 3008,

3009, 8010, 3013, 3020, 3022, 3023 on the supplementary bill concerning - .national bauks...3078; 3217, 3218, 3219 on the bill relating to contested elections

in Washington city.......... .3126, 3129 on the joint resolution for the relief of cer

tain contractors .........3147, 3148, 3150 on the bill to relieve certain citizens of North Carolina from disabilities...3177,

3179 on the Rock Island Bridge resolution, 3254 on the bill for the relief of Israel T. Canby's sureties.....

3275 on the legislative appropriation bill, 3432,

3474, 3507, 3512, 3518, 3519 on the credentials of the Senators from Florida..........

3604 on the civil appropriation bill.......... 3610,

3612, 3633, 3636, 3637, 3641, 3642 on the bill in reference to judges of Wash

ington Territory............ ...3709 on the bill regulating the rights of property

of married women in the District of 1. Columbia....... ...............3715 on the bill regulating corporations in the

District of Columbịa... .........2716 on the order providing for evening sessions.........

..3738 on the bill concerning district judges, 3768,

3769 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......3776,

8777, 3785, 3825, 8826, 3829,

8830, 3862, 3863, 3864, 3867 on the bill for the relief of 0. N. Cutler.........

..3874 on the resolution relatiog to reservations in San Francisco bay

.3901 on the Electoral College resolution...3919,

3923, 3925, 3966 on the bill for the further issue of temporary loan certificates..

....4028 on the bill for funding the national debt,

4037, 4038, 4041, 4046 on the bill to provide for an American

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Williams, George H., a Senator from Ore

gon-Continued. remarks on the deficiency bill (H. R. No.

1341) ........4149, 4154, 4161, 4163, 4282 on the bill in relation to California land

claims......... ......... 4197, 4361, 4362 on the bill relating to pensions ........4228 on the bill concerning the rights of American citizens abroad...4232, 4234, 4237,

4329, 4330, 4332, 4350, 4857, 4359 on the resolution for a recess from July,

4276, 4282, 4322 on the credentials of Frederick A. Saw. yer...........

.4816 on the motion for an evening session,

4320, 4321 on the bill relative to the removal of eauses

from State, courts.. .........4404, 4463 on the bill for the relief of Joseph Segar,

4409, 4410 on the bill relating to the administration

of territorial governments....4452, 4502 Williamson, Mrs. Susan Ten Eyck, bill (H. R.

No. 829) granting a pension to. received from House, 1463; referred, 1464;

reported, 1669; passed, 3823 ; etrolled,

3359. Williston, Louisa M., bill (H. R. No. 1166)

granting a pension to. received from House, 2925; referred, 2935;

reported, 3814; passed, 4363 ; enrolled,

4142 Wills, ball (S. No. 612) in relation to the proof

of, in the District of Columbia-[By Mr.

Conkling.) referred, 3954. Wilson, Ann, bill (H. R. No. 827) granting a

pension to. received from House, 1463 ; referred, 1464 ;

reported, 1669; passed, 3323; enrolled,

3359. Wilson, Mrs. Emma, bill (S. No. 174) for the

relief of, of the State of Indiana-[By Mr.

Hendricks. ] referred, 79; reported adversely,491; passed,

4351. In House : received from Senate, 4382. Wilson, Henry, a Senator from Massachusetts, 1 petitions presented by........... .......38,

163, 242, 843, 404, 433, 453, 490, 518, 624, 619, 786, 845, 921, 1069, 1094, 1142, 1162, 1870, 1486, 1515, 1644, 1741, 1940, 1975, 2030, 2084, 2240, 2274, 2506, 2556, 2583, 2652, 2686, 2895, 2922, 3073, 3145, 3288, 3274, 3428, 3504, 8814, 3900,

3953, 3983, 4024, 4092, 4144, 4197, 4227 bills introduced byNo. 160-extending the provisions of the

pension laws to provost marshals, dep. uty provost marshals, and enrolling officers killed or wounded in the dis

charge of their duties.......... 19 No. 161--to amend an act entitled “An

act to provide for the more efficient government of the rebel States," passed March 2, 1867, and the several acts amendatory thereto......... ............19 No. 178-to remove the disability of cer.

tain citizens of Alabama.................98 No. 179-to facilitate the settlement of

the accounts of disbursing officers..... 99 No. 196-to continue to certain officers

and agents of the Freedmen's Bureau the powers conferred on them by the acts creating said bureau ................ 196 No. 197—to fix and limit the compensa

tion of diplomatic and consular officers, and in part to define their duties..... 196 No. 198---to organize the Department of State and reduce the expenses thereof,

196 No. 222--vacating certain offices in Geor

gia, and empowering the constitutional

convention to fill the same............ 843 No. 268-granting a pension to Carrie E. Burdelt...

.....434 No. 260—to prohibit the payment of

bounty to deserters.............. ......625 No. 261-to grant one million acres of

public lands for the benefit of public schools in the District of Columbia, 265

Wilson, Henry, a Senator from Massachusetts -- Wilson, Henry, a Senator from Massachusetts
Continued.

Continued.
bills introduced by-

joint resolutions introduced by No. 285--to remove the disability of cer- No. 148--10 authorize the Secretary of the

tain citizens of Virginia .................. 765 Treasury to remit the duties on certain No. 311-to provide for a gradual reduc- religious books donated to the people

tion of tbe military forces, and to dis. of the United States....................3213 continue certain unnecessary grades No. 149_authorizing the sale of damaged therein .......

.....921

or unserviceable arms, ordnance. or No. 375-to provide for retiring Army

ordnance stores.........

..... 8213 officers for wounds received in the vol- No. 161-to drop from the rolls of the

unteer service in the late war......... 1287 Army certain officers absent without No. 376-to facilitate the settlement of authority from their commands.....3275 payınasters' accounts ..................

.1288 No. 173-respecting the provisional gov. No. 399-to incorporate the National So- ernients of Virginia and Texas..... 4396

ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to concurrent resolution submitted by-
Animals.

1487 for suspension of the sixteenth and sevenNo. 400-granting a pension to Maria teenth joint rules [July 25, 1868], 4442

Raftery, widow of Patrick Raftery, cor- resolutions submitted by
poral company H, thirty-third Massa- instructing the Committee on Naval Affairs

chusetts infantry volunteers ......... 1487 to make certain inquiries in relation to No. 413-granting a pension to Mrs. Sallie the changes that have been made in the Griffin.......

......... 1621 organization of the several navy yards in No. 430-to provide for the conversion and the various civil departments thereof,

funding of the interest-bearing debt, and [December 5, 1867) ....................... 38 to amend the banking laws of the United instructing the Attorney General to report States ....

...... 1742

the number of assistant district attorneys No. 459—to reorganize the Department he has appointed in the several districts

of State and to reduce the expenses of the United States, their names and thereof

.....2068 salaries, &c.--[December 5, 1867)...38 No. 470--to remove the political disabili. calling for information in regard to the ia

ties resting upon certain citizens of crease in the number of employés in the Georgia .....

2240

New York custom-house, and the addiNo. 511--to remove the disability of cer- tional expense to the Treasury, &c.

tain citizens of Georgia .............. 2789 [January 24, 1868) .....................722 No. 529-establishing rules and articles calling for the circular of the Commissioner

for the government of the armies of the of the Freedmen's Bureau discharging United States.........

.... 2959 the officers and agents of said bureau on No. 531--for the organization, govern- the 16th of February proximo, in certain

ment, and payment of the Army...2996 States, &c.--[January 24, 1868] ...722 No. 566--to authorize a bridge to be con: inquiring in relation to subsistence stores

structed between Boston and East Bos. issued under the orders of the War De. ton.........

partment for the support of Indians in No. 600—to authorize the sale of portions charge of the Indian Bureau-[February of the military reservations at Forts 13, 1868] ..............

........ 1143 Leavenworth and Riley, in the State of calling for a statement showing the comKansas ..

....3817

parative rates now paid by the United No. 017—to reduce the military peace States for the transportation of troops

establishment of the United States, 4070 and military stores to certain railroad No. 627-granting an increase of pension companies--[February 13, 1868)... 1143

to Sarah Hackleman, widow of Briga- inquiring whether any new military depart. dier General Pleasant A. Hackleman, ment has been authorized under orders

4146

issued by the President of the United No. 629-granting a pension to Mrs. Sallie States, and if so, ander what authority Griffin .......

............4197 of law-[February 14, 1868)........ 1163 No.639–providing for a more ethicient pro. directing Comınittee on Printing to con:

visional government for Mississippi, 4346 sider the expediency of employing a No. 648-- respecting the organization of suitable person to prepare an index to

the militia in the States lately in rebel. the Congressional Globe on the plan of lion ..........

......4467 Moore's improved index-[March 20, joint resolutions introduced by—.

1868)...........

... 2009 No. 81-placing certain troops in Missouri inquiring the number of persons employed

on an equal footing with others as to in the navy-yards January 1, 1868, and bounties......

...........271

July 1, 1868, &c.-[July 8, 1868]...3818 No. 87--to provide for the gradual reduc. calling for the facts relative to the trial of

tion of the Army..... ...........471 Albert M. D. C. Lusx by a military comNo. 93-granting permission to officers mission at New Orleans, for the murder

and soldiers to wear the badge of the of a colored boy, together with a copy
corps in which they served daring the of the record in the case-[July 23,

........ 765
1868)......

..4346 No. 111-providing for the issue of cloth- reports made by....

. 196, 219, 271, ing to soldiers and others, to replace 404, 470, 491, 678, 765, 921, 1070, 1162, clothing destroyed to prevent contagion, 1204, 1404, 1486, 1567, 1911, 2075, 2084,

1257 2259, 2274, 2485, 2759, 2789, 2958, 3146, No. 112-to restore Alabama to represent- 3239, 3313, 3314, 3347, 3873, 3983, 4070, ation in Congress.......

1257 4075, 4146, 4197, 4452, 4453, 4462, 4467 No. 117-to authorize erection of a ware- motions made by.

.256, house at Fort Monroe, Virginia .... 1644 320, 443, 565, 722, 730, 765, 815, No. 122—for the relief of the heirs of 1231; 1232, 1370, 1444, 1498, 1603, 1022,

Major A. L. Brewer, late a paymaster 1624, 1647, 1695, 1702, 1725, 1744, 1758,

in the United States Army........... 1911 1886, 2224, 2505, 2507, 2500, 2609, 2633, No. 127-expressive of the thanks of Con- 2769, 2957, 3051, 3052, 3053, 3255, 3523,

gress to Dr. Isaac I. Hays.............2030 3580, 3860, 3873, 3954, 3956, 4039, 4075, No. 129-donating certain captured ord- 4159, 4230, 4238, 4397, 4451, 4503

nance for the completion of a monument incidental remarks by...... .79, 165, 470, to the memory of the late Major General 491, 765, 1123, 1177, 1702, 1744, 2303, John Sedgwick........

...2068 2599, 2735, 2759, 2789, 2798, 3147, 3240, No. 135—to restore Alabama, North Caro- 32.1, 3767, 3956, 4041, 4077, 4141, 4145,

lina, South Carolina, Georgia, Louisi- 4160, 4161, 4231, 4328, 4396, 4403, 445.
ana, and Florida to representation in remarks on the bill to amend the reconstric-
Congress.......

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Wilson, Henry, a Senator from Massachusetts || Wilson, Henry, a Senator from Massachusetts Wood, Cyrus K., bill (H. R. No. 663) grant:
Continued.
Continued.

ing arrears of pension to, legal representremarks on printing the President's mes- remarks on the bill establishing rules for the atives of Cyrus D. Wood. sage..

........ 22, 23

government of the armies of the United received from House, 1038; referred, 1068; on the bill for the further security of

States

.....2959, reported, 1461; passed with amendments, equal rights in the District of Colum

3239, 8580, 3581, 3582, 3583, 3319; conference, 3688; conference rebia.....

.89

8584, 3585, 3586, 3587, 3873 port, 3857; concurred in by Senate, 3857 ; on the bill in relation to additional bounty, on the bill concerning a bridge at Fort by House, 3954; enrolled, 3958.

79, 165, 1210

Leavenworth............... ..3146, 4075 | Wolfe, Thomas, bill (8. No. 379) for the relief on the bill to repeal the cotton tax... 197, on bill to relieve certain citizens of North of, of Macoupin county, Illinois--[By Mr. 203, 245, 353, 354, 356, 565 Carolina from disabilities.....3179, 3180

Yates.] on the Cincinnati memorial concerning on the Rock Island bridge resolution, 3252, referred, 1311; committee discharged, rethe rights of naturalized citizens.....270

3254, 3816, 3817, 3902 ferred anew, 1466; reported adversely and on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 313), on the legislative appropriation bill, 8358, indefinitely postponed, 3504.

273, 278 8360, 3429, 3512, 3514, 3617, 3518, 3522 Wolf, Helen L., bill (H. R. No. 1403) granting on the bill to facilitate the payment of on the joint resolution directing the sale a pension to. soldiers' bounties....

404,
of damaged ordnance....

3389 received from House and referred, 3917; 650, 651, 1622, 1623, 1624, 1886, 1940 on the bill to admit Colorado......... 3541, reported, 4197; passed, 4369; enrolled, on the bill to suspend the further contrac

3545, 3546, 3547 4448. tion of the currency.................... 443, on the credentials of the Senators from Wooten, William M., bill (S. No. 521) grant523, 524, 525, 582, 536 Florida.....

.3599 ing a pension to the children of, deceased on the joint resolution to provide for the on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284), 3837, 3839 [By Mr. Van Winkle.]

reduction of the Army...471, 491, 565 on the Electoral College resolution, 3921, reported, 2922 ; passed, 3325, passed House op the resolation in reference to Mr. Bur.

3922, 3923, 3924, 2926 with amendments, 3902; conference, 3954, lingame's mission.......,

.471 on the Freedmen's Bureau bill, 3954, 4039 8984; conference report, 4097; concurred on the order of business..., :554, 650, on the bill to reduce the military peace

in by Seoate, 4097 ; by House, 4147; en: 1260, 1647, 1701, 2657, 2904, establishment of the United States, 4070, rolled, 4159; approved, 4235. 3052, 3053, 3569, 8570, 8607

4161, 4230, 4238, 4289, 4242, In House ; received from Senate, 3345; re. on the joint resolution for the relief of the

4243, 4246, 4247, 4248, 4251 ferred, 3346; reported and passed with destitute in the South.............678, 722 on the bill to increase the pension of Sarah

amendments, 3892 ; conference report on supplementary reconstruction bill (H. Hackleman

.4146

agreed to by House, 4131 ; by Senate, R. No. 489)............ 699, 702, 730, 768 on the bill granting a pension to the widow

4182; enrolled, 4186. on the joint resolution to provide for com

of General Richardson .......... 4146, 4269

Wright, George, joint resolution (H. R. No. mission to examine spirit meters, 799 on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341),

246) directing the Secretary of State to on bill in relation to Missouri troops... 922

4162, 4163, 4165, 4171 present, master of the British brig J. & on the joint resolation reducing expenses on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri

G. Wright, a gold chronometer, in appreciof War Department............. 1162, 1231

ation of his personal services in saving the can citizens abroad...

.4212, on the case of Hon. Philip F. Thomas,

4231, 4380, 4333

lives of three American seamen wrecked 1210, 1243 on the bill relating to pensions, 4229, 4230

at sea on board of the American schooner on the joint resolution to restore Alabama on the resolution for a recess from July,

Lizzie F. Choate, of Massachusetts. to representation................ 1257, 1744

received from House, 2088; referred, 2114; on_supplementary reconstruction bill (H.

4278, 4279, 4322, 4327 on the credentials of Fredertck A. Sawyer,

reported, 2623; passed, 8242; enrolled, R. No. 214)......1412, 1414, 1415, 1416

3279. on the bill in relation to Nevada land

4312, 4314, 4319 on the bill granting the right of way to

Writs of error, bill (8. No. 280) authorizing, grants.........

........ 1443, 1444 on the bill providing for the sale of Har

the Denver Pacific Railroad Company,

from the circuit to the district courts of

the United States in certain criminal

4442 per's Ferry lots......... 1444, 1447, 1448 on the bill for funding the national debt, on the bill for the more speedy reorgani,

cases-[By Mr. Howard.] zation of Virginia, Mississippi, and

referred, 884 ; reported, 2435. 1464, 3993, 3998, 3999

Texas....... on the Military Academy appropriation

..4443, 4506, 4507

bill (S. No. 472) supplementary to an act on the resolution relating to the bill................

entitled “ An act to allow the United

of .1498

pay

southern Senators ......... on the bill relating to cashiered Army

4459, 4460 States to prosecute appeals and, withofficers.......... 1498, 1499, 1501, 8956 on the bill concerning the militia in south.

out giving security"'-[By Mr. Trumern States,

.4467

ball.) on the rules for the court of impeachment,

read, 2240; passed, 3240; passed House 1588, 1589, 1603 Wisconsin, joint resolution (s. R. No. 103)

with amendment: 4445 ; agreed to, 4445 ; on the bill to facilitate the settlement of

construing and giving effect to the joint • paymasters' accounts, 1695, 1696, 1702 resolution entitled "A resolution for the

enrolled, 4451 ; approved, 4506. on the consular and diplomatic bill, 1748, relief of the State of," approved July 1,

In House : received from Senate, 3271 ; 1864-[By Mr. Howe.]

passed with amendment, 4481 ; agreed 1753, 1757 on the Army appropriation bill...... 2031, referred, 1070.

to by Senate, 4471; enrolled, 4479. 2082, 2088, 2004, 2088, 2040 joint resolution of the Legislature of, in. Wyeth, Almira, bill (H. R. No. 411) for the on bill to amend the judiciary act..... 2097 structing their Senators and requesting

relief of. on the supplementary bill concerning

their Representatives to adhere to the

received from House, 781 ; referred, 764 ; national banks......

2148,
policy of Congress............

reported, 1811 ; passed, 3317; ecrolled, .1974

8688. 2762, 3081, 8082, 8084, 8087, Witham, Amos, bill (H. R. No. 774) granting Wyoming, bill (S. No. 857) to provide a tem

3088, 3187, 8188, 8189, 8190 a pension to on the naval appropriation bill........2150, received from House, 1292 ; referred, 1308;

porary government for the Territory of 2161, 2153, 2167, 2158, 2256, 2348 reported, 1669; passed, '3322; enrolled,

(By Mr. Yates.) on bill for the relief of W. H. Otis. ...2279

referred, 1143; reported, 1621; discussed,

8359. on the bill providing for the expenses of

2792; passed, 2802; passed House, 4322; Witness, resolution in relation to the attend.

enrolled, 4352. the impeachment trial.......... .2300 ance of a member of the Senate before a on the resolution for furnishing supplies

In House : received from Senate, 2828; Committee of the House to be examined to an exploring expedition...... .2435, as a-[By Mr. Buckalew, May 27, 1868.]

printed, 3255; discussed, 4344 ; passed, 2563, 2566

4345; enrolled, 4880. laid over, 2609. on the resolution for a recess until May

remarks by
Witnesses, bill (S. No. 806) for the protection
26.........

-2489, 2495
in certain cases of persons making dis.

Mr. Anthony...

.............................2794 on the resolution relating to a monument

Mr. Buckalew.......................

....2794 to General Sedgwick.........

closure as parties or testifying as - [By
.2566
Mr. Frelinghuysen.]

Mr. Cameron...

..2795, 2796 on the resolution for printing the report

Mr. Cole .............................

.2795, 2800 of J. Ross Browne.

referred, 845; reported, 950; passed, 951; .2569

Mr. Conkling ..........................2796 on the bill to admit Arkansas to reprepassed House, 1369; enrolled, 1882; ap

Mr. Conness

..2795, sentation in Congress.... .. 2608, proved, 1439.

2797, 2798, 2799, 2802 2609, 2663, 2668, 2690, In House: received from Senate, 970; re

Mr. Corbett

...2795, 2800 2692, 2699, 2749, 2750 ferred, 984; reported and passed, 1984;

Mr. Doolittle .2798, 2796, 2797, 2800 on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c., enrolled, 1393.

Mr. Edmunds

..2795, 2796 2759, 2859, 2866, 2867, 2869, remarks by~

Mr. Ferry

...2794 2871, 2872, 2896, 2896, 2982, Mr. Davis.

951

Mr. Hendricks........ ......... 2793, 2796, 2968, 2006, 3013, 3023, 3029 Mr. Frekingbuysen .846, 960, 951

2797, 2798, 2799, 2800, 2801, 2802 on the bill to continue the Freedmen's Mr. Henderson

...950, 951
Mr. Howard

.2798, 2799, 2801 Barean........... .2769, 2770, 3058, 8058 Mr. Howard ......

................. 951
Mr. Howe......

..2798, 2799 on the eight hours labor bill......2804, 3125

Mr. Trumbull..............................

...251
Mr. Morton....

,2794, 2800

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