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on the articles of impeachment........1546 | American citizens-see Citizens.
on the bill to establish an assay office in
on the bill providing for the prompt set-
Nement of public accounts...........1773 || Amnesty, resolution requesting the President

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Allison, William B., a Representative from | Allison, William B., a Representative froni Anderson, George W., a Representative from lowa.........

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Missouri.....

...........2 petitions presented by ......

342, remarks on the letter of the Secretary of the (See Contested Election.)
805, 1643, 2456, 3953 Treasury relative to the Union Pacific
bills introduced by-

railroad ..

petitions presented by ...............2217, 2582

.2135 bills introduced byNo. 354-to amend an act entitled "An on the Puget sound railroad bill. ..2442

No. 634-granting a pension to Walter H. act to restrict the jurisdiction of the on the resolution asking Senate for a Tinker and John P. McElroy....

.935 Court of Claims, and to provide for the copy of impeachment proceedings, 2530, No. 635-in relation to the clains of col. payment of certain demands for quar

2532

ored soldiers........ termaster's stores and subsistence sup on the bill for the sárvey of certain Indian

................935

No. 957-to amend an act entitled 'An plies furnished to the armies of the

reservations..

.2544,

act to establish a uniform system of bank. United States,'' approved July 4, 1864,

8097, 3098, 3099, 3100 ruptcy throughout the United States," 1331

on the river and harbor bill.... 2611, 3171, approved March 2, 1867................ 2070 No. 850—to authorize the sale of a reser

3203, 3204, 8205, 3208, 3562 No. 1019-for the relief of Benetta Rob. vation of. public lands in Dubuque, on the bill to promote American com

inson...

...2307 ............... 1631

merce. ... ... 2613, 2014, 8236, 8237, 3238 No. 1093—for relief of S. E. Herring, 2527 No. 910--for the relief of the grantees of on the joint resolution to supply docu joint resolution introduced byAna D. Durding........

.1866

ments to the national asylums. ... ... 2634 No. 148-in relation to certain officers of No. 1077--for the relief of 0. P. Shiras, on the bill to regulate the appraisement the revenue............................. 474

2500
of imports......

.2635
report made by......

..2137 No. 1369-approving the sale of certain on the resolution relating to the guard incidental remarks by....... 2143, 3707 lands in the city of Dubuque by said room at the Capitol..........

remarks on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 10 city .....

... 3757

on the bill to amend an act concerning 320). No. 1439--authorizing the remission of the Illinois and St. Louis bridge...2974 on the Kentucky election (case of John

penalties in certain cases....... .4216 on the case of Charles, W. Woolley, a Young Brown)...... joint resolutions introduced by

recusant witness........

2706, 3034

on the Alta Vela resolution ......... No. 134-relatiog to the publication of

on the Indian appropriation bill...... 2708, on the Missouri contested election (case official notices in bankruptcy .........331

2709, 2710 of Switzler vs. Anderson).....4131, 4132 No. 354-admitting steam plows free of

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060).....2822, (See Appendix.) duty for one year from June 30, 1868,

2827, 2837, 2838, 2839, - 2840, leave of absence granted to, 1712, 2592, 4335 4253

2841, 2843, 2852, 2853, 2883, resolution that, is not entitled to a seat as reports made by......

895, 4216

2884, 2885, 2948, 2949, 2950, 2952, a Representative from the ninth district motions made by... .217, 742, 784,

2953, 2954, 2955, 2977, 2978, 2980, of Missouri-[By Mr. Poland, March 1061, 1420, 1427, 1637, 1668, 1716,

2981, 2982, 2983, 2985, 2988, 2989,

23, 1868.] 1761, 1833, 1886, 1993, 2006, 2082,

2990, 2991, 2992, 2998, 3036, 3037, reported, 2071; notice, 3616, 3884; dis. 2109, 2634, 8365, 3381, 3588, 3759,

3039, 3040, 3041, 3043, 3044, 3045, cussed, 4084, 4124, 4131; recommitted 3897, 3943, 4433, 4474, 4175, 4490

3046, 3047, 3069, 3070, 3071, 3072, with instructions, 4183, 4172. incidental remarks by......

....... 70,

3107, 3110, 3111, 3112, 3113, 3136, | Anderson, M., bill (H. R. No. 707) for relief 153, 156, 1427, 1658, 1769, 1860, 1866,

3138, 3139, 3140, 3142, 3143, 3144 01-[By Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia.) 1901, 2099, 2543, 2544, 2756, 2817, 2972,

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)...... 3171, referred, 1083. 3031 , 3202, 3365, 3376, 3397, 3588, 3589,

3898, 3399, 3405, 3407, 3408, || Anderson, Milton, bill (H. R. No. 246) to 3590, 3885, 4263, 4412, 4472, 4476, 4177

3409, 3410, 3411, 3413, 3414, grant a pension to-[By Mr. Loughridge.] remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from

8418, 8419, 3443, 3445, 8448, 3452, referred, 90; reported and passed, 735 ; ........., 17,

3458, 8456, 3457, 3458, 3479, 3480, passed Senate, 3336; enrolled, 3375; 742, 743, 895, 896, 897, 898

3483, 3487, 8488, 8492, 3494, 3496, approved, 3781. on the President's message ......... 95, 144

3500, 3526, 3527, 3528, 3587, 3538

In Senate: received from House, 731; reon the resolution concerning revenue and during call of the House...3415, 3454, 3456

ferred, 764; reported, 1311; passed, 3816; expenditure.........

on the bill to modify the warebousing enrolled, 3359. in regard to the official conduct of the

.....97
system .......

.3794, 3803 Appeal, bill (H. R. No. 913) allowing a reSergeant-at-Arms.... ......105, 1293

on the bill to transfer the control of Indian hearing in patent cases before the district on printing extra copies of the Postmaster affairs to the War Department......8853

court of the United States for the Dison the bill for the relief of loyal Choctaw

trict of Columbia, and to allow an, there. on the bill relating to deserters... 259, 260

...234

and Chickasaw Indians.... ....... 3855 from to the Supreme Court of the United

on the bill for the relief of iron-clad con: States—[By Mr. Miller.]

.294,
2535, 2574, 2575, 2828,
tractors...

.3940 referred, 1900; printed, 1960.
3381, 4135, 4186, 4345

on the bill to fix the military peace estab. || Appeals, bill (H. R. No. 285) regulating writs on the bill to regulate the deposits of public

lishment

.3949, 3951 of error and, from the supreme court of the on the bill relating to the Freedmen's

District of Columbia-[By Mr. Poland. ] .........804 Bureau.....

referred, 208. on the tariff bill..

.4008 bill(H. R. No. 335) in relation to, in equityon the joint resolution to regulate the

.....811, 812
on the funding bill.

4183, 4184, [By Mr. Poland.] freight tariff on the Pacific railroad,

4188, 4189, 4190, 4194,

referred, 330. 1861, 2110, 2111, 2129

4217, 4218, 4220, 4221,

bill (H. R. No. 552) supplementary to an 4222, 4225, 4227, 4390

act entitled "An act to allow the United on the bill authorizing the remission of Stales to prosecute, and writs of error

....4216, 4217 :, without giving security":-—[By Mr. Wilon the joint resolution admitting steam ..994

son, of lowa.) plows free of duty.........

.4253 referred, 779. Teave of absence granted to...361, 2894, 3089

bill (S. No. 164) to provide for, from the 1114

"Court of Claims. .1394 investigate the facts in connection with a

received from Senate, 2810, referred, 3034; letter written by certain of the impeach

reported, 3266 ; passed with amend. ment managers in relation to the Island ments, 3267 ; agreed to by Senate, 3234; ... 1427, 1449 of-[By Mr. Brooks, May 1, 1868.]

enrolled, 3308; approved, 3701.

remarks by proposed, 2333, 2337.

Mr. Boutwell ....

3266, 3267 letter of Benjamin F. Butler on the subject Mr. Brooks .................

.....3267 ......... 1502 'of.........

...2338 letter of Jeremiah S. Black on the contro

Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania........ 3276

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.......... 8287 1641, versy relating to......

..2346

bill (S. No. 472) supplementary to an act

entitled “ An act to allow the United Ames, Oakes, a Representative from Massa States to prosecute, and writs of error

without giving security."
* re... 1768, 1769 petitions presented by..........673, 1141, 1939 received from Senate, 3271 ; passed with
leave of absence granted to.

...2331

amendinent, 4431 ; agreed to by Sen

ate, 4471; enrolled, 4479. to issue a proclamation of, for political remarks by

offenses to all persons engaged in the late Mr. Bingham.
.......... 2102,

rebellion-[By Mr. Jones, of Kentucky, Mr. Marshall.........
July 25, 1868.]

"Mr. Maynard ...............

.4431 objected to, 4601.

Mr. Ross.

..................4431

internal tax

General's report.......

on the order of business..

moneys...

on the bill concerning land grants to south:

ern railroads

...... 4005

on the resolution concerning the arrest and trial of Stephen J. Meany........945 on the Military Academy appropriation on the legislative appropriation bill, 1113,

bill............

penalties

bill.........1

ment of the President............. (See Appendix.) on the Dubuque and Sioux City railroad on the civil appropriation bil............ 1459 on the bill for the relief of R. M. Hollison the bill for the relief of George W.

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INDEX TO;..
OXOVI
Appointments, resolution calling for the names Appropriation-Continued.

of all persons who have applied for, in the bill (H. R. No. 961) making an, for the im-
Treasury Department, and the name of provement of the Mississippi river be-
any member of Congress recommending tween the inouth of the Minnesota river
the same in any way since the 20th day and St. Anthony's Falls--[By Mr. Wash-
of February, 1868--[By Mr. Harding, burn, of Wisconsin.]
April 20, 1868.]

referred, 2070. agreed to, 2307.

bill (H. R. No. 963) appropriating money

for the construction of a bridge across Appraisement, bill (H. R. No. 589) to regu

late the, and inspection of imports--[By the Mississippi river at Rock IslandMr. Judd.]

(By Mr. Price.]

referred, 2070. referred, 836. bill (H. R. No. 788) to regulate the, and

bill (H. R. No. 1061) providing for the, of

four additional gaugers for the port of inspection of imports in certain cases,

Philadelphia-- [ By Mr. O'Neill. [By Mr. Eggleston:]

referred, 2440. reported and recommitted, 1384; reported

bill (H. R. No. 1096) making an, of money and discussed, 2634; passed, 2637. In Senate: received from House, 2633;

to carry into effect the treaty with Russia

of March 30, 1867-{By Mr. Banks. ] referred, 2659; reported, 4093.

reported, 2528; discussed, 3620,3658,3661, reinarks by

3804, 3809, 3888, 8943, 4052; passed, Mr. Allison....

.2635

4055; passed Senate with amendment, Mr. Boutwell..

.2635, 2037

4216; conference, 4340, 4345; conferMr. Covode.

2636

ence report, 4392; discussed, 4392; Mr. Eggleston....2634, 2685, 2036, 2637 agreed to, 4394 ; enrolled, 4478; apMr. Farnsworth

.2636

proved, 4498. Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts......2636,

In Senate : received from House, 4031; 2637

referred, 4031; reported, 4145; passed Mr. Jndd..

2635

with amendments, 4159; conference, Mr. Myers

2636

4321 ;. conference report, 4404; conMr. O'Neill...

2635

curred in, 4404; by House, 4400; en: Mr. Pile.....

. 2635, 2636

rolled, 4450. Mr. Schencki...

.2637

joint resolution (H. R. No. 273) making an, MF. Washburne, of Illinois....... ... 2635

for the expenses of experiments in the yeas and nays on the....... ... 2637

propagation of fish-By Mr. Myers.) Appraisements, resolution calling for the, of referred, 2529.

land made in pursuance of the treaty of bill (H. R. No. 1121) to prevent an, therein July 19, 1866, between the United States mentioned from lapsing because of deand the Cherokee nation-[By Mr. Law

lay in adjustment-[By Mr. Thomas.] rence, of Ohio, July 8, 1868.]

i referred, 2621 ; reported and passed, 2828. objected to, 3853;

In Senate : received from House, 2857; Appraisers' department, resolution in refer referred, 2860.

ence to a contract made for labor in the bill (H. R. No. 1188) making an, for the public store or, in the city of New York

payment of the reward offered by the [By Mr. Welker, February 26, 1808, )

President of the United States, in April, agreed to, 1449.

i

1865, for the capture of Jefferson DavisApprentices, bill (H. R. No. 1290) relative to [By Mr. Upson.]

indentured, and, under instructions in the referred, 2935. mechanical shops and sail lofts of navy:

bill (H. R. No. 1218) appropriating money yards--[By Mr. 'O'Neill.]

to sustain the Indian commission, and referred, 3363.

to carry out treaties made thereby- [By Appropriation, bill (H. R. No. 382) making,

Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.) for the improvement of the harbor of Port reported, 3100, passed, 3174, 8115; passed Clinton, Ohio-(By Mr. Buckland.]

Senate, 3271; enrolled, 3299; approved, referred, 473.

3731. * bill (H. R. No. 385) to appropriate money

In Senate : received from House, 3183; for rebuilding the Tennessee blind.

referred, 3183; reported and passed, 'school building-[By Mr. Trimble, of

3249; enrolled, 3279, Tennessee.]

bill (H. R. No. 1357) making an, to reimreferred, 473.

burse the city of Washington for exbill (H. R. No. 461) making an, for rebuild

penses incurred in improving the prop; ing the United States military asylum

erty of the General Government in said at Togus, Maine-[By Mr. Blaine.]

city--(By Mr. Upson.] referred, 635.

referred, 3757. bil (H. R. No. 494) making an, for the

Appropriations, the Committee on, instructions

to... improvement of Saugatnck harbor, in

153, 2289, 3346 the State of Michigan-[By Mr. Upson.]

reports from..

........ 210, 260, 506, 507, referred, 637.

566, 665, 673, 733, 861, 865, 891, 899, bill (H. R. No. 495) making, for the im.

920, 967, 1018, 1040, 1045, 1092, 1184,

1424, 1501, 1504, 1633, 1768, 1813, 2308,
provement of the harbor of St. Joseph's
and the harbor of South Haven, in the

2335, 2400, 2466, 2828, 2971, 3097, 3100,
State of Michigan-[By Mr. Upson.]

3524, 3590, 3620, 3724, 4080, 4372, 4389

282

adverse reports from..... referred, 687.

discharged from subjects........ bill (H. R. No. 548) making an, for the im.

. 134,

506, 1045, 1633, 3061, 3524, 3928
provement of the harbor at New Buffalo, bill (H. R. No.658) making, for the support
in the State of Michigan-[By Mr.
Upson)

of the Army for the year ending June
referred, 779..

30, 1869–[By Mr. Blaine.] bill (H. R, No. 613) making an, for the com

reported, 1018; discussed, 1277, 1280,1283, pletion of the improvements of the har

1302, 1304 ; passed, 1308; passed Senate bor.at Dunkirk, New York-[By Mr.

with amendments, 2057; returned to Van Aernam.]

Senate, 2071 ; passed Senate with amendreferred, 934.

ments, 2575 ; non-concurred in, 2609; bill (H. R. No. 859) appropriating money in

conference, 2009, 2643 ; conference resupport of benevolent institutions and

port, 2872; concurred in by Senate, 2817; in aid of charities in the District of

by House, 2872; enrolled, 2910; apColumbia for the fiscal year ending June

proved, 2937. 30, 1869-[By Mr. Spalding. ).

in Senate: received from House, 1816; 1. i reported, 1633; minority report, 2400;

referred, 1380; reported, 1910; dis-
discussed, 8886.

eussed, 2031 ; passed with amendments,
2040; recalled, 2068; returned, 2076';

Appropriations---Contimed..lias..

recommitted, 2088; reported, 2240 ;
passed with amendments, 2561 ; --con-
ference, 2597, 2623 ; conference report,
2803 ; concurred in by Sennte, 2808 ;
concurred in by House, 2861; eurdled,

2001.
bill (H. R. Nox 678) making, for the payment

of invalid and other pensions of the
United States for the year emiling the
30th of June, 1869-[By Mr. Botler, of

Massachusetts.)
reported, 1045; discussed, 1335; passed,
1836; passed Senate with amendments,
1729 ; referred, 1769; reported and dis-
agreed to, 1813, conference, 1813, 1904,
1998, 2006; conference report, 4131;
agreed to by Senate, 4088; by House,

4131 ; enrolled, 4173 ; approved, 4122.
In Senate : received from House, 1369;

referred. 1971; reported, 1094; dis-
cussed, 1719; passed with amendments,
1725; disagreed to by llouse, 1812 ; con-
ference, 1812, 1886, 1977, 2010, 2559;
conference report, 4076 ; concurred in
by Senate, 4075; by House, 4147, en-

rolled, 4151.
bill (H. R. No. 718) making, for the consular

and diplomatic expenses of the Govern.
ment for the year ending 30th June,

1869-By Mr. Washturne, of Illinois.
reported, 1092; discussed, 1201, 1218,

1226 ; passed, 1228; passed Senate wish
amendments, 1813, referred, 1828; re-
ported and disagreed to, 1858; confer-
ence, 1858, 1865, 1809; conference re.
port, 1960; agreed to by Senate, 1960;

enrolled, 2006.
In Senate : received from House, 1232;

referred, 1256; reported, 1094; dis-
cussed, 1725, 1746, 1783 ; passed with
amendments, 1787 ; disagreed to by
House, 1864; conference, 1864; con-
ference report, 1944; concurred in by
Senate, 1944; concurred in by House,

1976; enrolled, 1992.
bill (H. R. No. 818) making, for'sundry civil

expenses of the Government for the year
ending June 30, 1869-[By Mr. Wash-

burne, of Mlinois.]
reported, 1424; discussed, 1454, 1455,

1473, 1484, 1505, 1512, 1998, 2026;
passed, 2028; passed Senate with

amend
ments, 3724 ; referred, 3724; reported,
3765 ; discussed, 3841; conference, 3850,
8885; conference report, 4061; agreed
to by Senaté, 4061 ; by House, 1062;
recalled by Senate, 4082; not returned
by House, 4083; enrolled, 4088; ap-

proved, 4255.
In Senate: received from House, 2040;
referred, 2040, amendment, 2144 ;
amendment reported, 2594; amendment
submitted, 3183, 3424; reported, 3463;
amendment, 8552, 3566, 3570, 3845;
discussed, 8571, 3608,' 3632, 3681;
passed with amendments, 3688;" con-
ference, 3818, 3904; conference report,
4033; concorred in by Senate, 4035;
recalled from House, 4070; not returned,
House having agreed to conference re-

port, 4075; enrolled, 4075.
bill (H. R. No. 819) making partial; for the

further expenses of the Indian depart-
ment and for fulfilling treaty stipnla-
tions [By Mr. Butler, of Massaehu-
setts.)
reported, 1424; discussed, 1451, 1453;

passed, 1455; passed Senate with amend.
ment, 2070; discussed, 2170; referred,

2175; motion to reconsider, 2176.
In Senate : received from House, 1463;
referred, 1464; reported, 1694;

referred,
1887 ; reported, 1910; discussed, 2041;

passed with amendment, 2043.
bill (H. R. No. 882) making, for the service

of the Post Office Department during
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1869–

[By Mr. Blaine.]
reported, 1501 ; discussed, 1684'; passed,

1687; passed Senate with amendment,

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bill (H. R. No. 341) to amend the twelfth

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Appropriations--Continued.

204.; amendment concurred in, 2072;

enrolled, 2082.
In Senate: received from House, 1657;

referred, 1658; reported, 1776; amend-
ment, 1900, called up, 2010; passed
with amendment, 2031 ; agreed to by

House, 2076; enrolled, 2078.
bill (H. R. No. 885) to amend an act enti-

iled "An act making, for the support of
the Army for the year ending June 30,
1868,'' and for the relief of the Colo-
rado and Nevada volunteers-[By Mr.

Higby)
referred, 1739.
bill (H. R. No. 242) to amend the twelfth

and thirteenth sections of an act making,
for sundry civil expenses of the Govern-
ment forthe year ending June 30, 1867—

(By Mr. Buckland. ]
referred, 90.
bill (H. R. No. 309) making, to gipply de-

ficiencies in the, for the service of the
Government for the fiscal year ending
the 30th of June, 1868–[By Mr. Stevens,
of Pennsylvania.]
reported and printed, 210, discussed, 213 ;

tabled, and bill (H. R. No. 313) substi

tuted, 215. bill (H1

. R. No. 313) making partial, for deficiencies in the, for the service of the Government for the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1868–[By Mr. Washburne, of Ilinois.] substituted for bill (H. R. No. 309,) 215;

passed, 216; passed Senate with amend. ments, 309, discussed, 315;, non-concurred in, $16; recalled from Senate and recommitted, 506; motion to reconsider, 506. In Senate : received from House, 220; referred, 220; reported, 271; discussed,

271; passed with amendments, 271. bill (H. R. No. 320) making, to supply defi

ciencies in the, for the execution of the reconstruction laws, and for the service of the quartermaster's department of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1868-[By Mr. Butler,

of Massachusetts. ] teported and printed, 260; discussed, 287, 290 ; passed, 291 ; passed Senate with amendment, 582; referred, 589; re. ported, 673 ; called up, 687; discussed, 688; Senate amendment non-concurred in, 690 ; Senate insists, 735, 806 ; conference, 783 ; report, 836 ; agreed to by Senate, 836: agreed to by House, 836 ; enrolled, 838. In Senate: received from House and re. ferred, 299; reported, 434; called up, 537; discussed, 561 ; passed with amendments, 565 ; disagreed to by House with amendments, 678; referred, 703 ; reported, 721: House amendments disagreed to, 722;

conference, 789; 'report, 818 ; concurred in by Senate, 818; enrolled, 818.

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Appropriations---Continued.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 164) explana-

tory of section thirteen of the act ap-
proved July 28, 1866, entitled "An act
making, for sundry civil expenses of

the Government for the year ending
", June 30, 1867 - [By Mr. Churchill.]
referred, 637.
bill (H. R. No. 515) making, for the naval

service for the year ending 30th June,

1869—[By Mr. Washburne, of Mlinois. ]
reported and recommitted, 733.
bill (H. R. No. 595) making, for the legisla-

tive, executive, and judicial expenses
of the Government for the year ending
the 30th of June, 1869–[By Mr. Ste-

vens, of Pennsylvania.]
"reported and recommitted, 865.
bill (H. R. No. 599) making, for the sup-

port of the Afilitary Academy for the
fiscal year ending the 30th of June,

1869-[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.)
reported, 891 ; discussed, 992, 1019, 1020,

passed, 1022; passed Senate with amend.
ments, 1540;. concurred in by House,
1540; enrolled, 1019; not returned, be.

come a law, 1960.
In Senate: received from House, 1006;

referred, 1011; reported, 1287; dis-
cussed, 1497 ; passed with amendments,
1498; agreed to by House, 1515; 'en-

rolied, 1624.
bill (H. R. No. 601) making, for the naval

service for the year ending June 30,

1869–[By Mr. Washburne, of (Hinois. ] reported, 899;" discussed, 1319, 1327,

1329, 1420, 1421; passed, 1424 ; passed
Senate with amendments, 2286; re-
'ferred, 2287; reported, 2335 ; discussed,
2335; conference, 2337, 2355; confer:
ence report, 3034; agreed to by Senate,
3034; agreed to by House, 3034; én:

rolled, 3073.
In Senate : received from House, 1431 ;

referred, 1442; reported, 2088; dis-
cussed, 2149, 2214, 2267; passed with

amendments, 2274 ; conference, 2348,
nt !
6 obvirsi 2736; conference report, 2998; con

curred in by Senate, 2998; concurred

in by House, 3053; enrolled, 3077.
bill (H. R. No. 602) making, for the con-
** sular and diplomatie expenses of the

Government for the year ending the
30th of June, 1869–[By Mr. Wash-

burne, of Illinois. ]
reported and recommitted, 899.
bill (II. R. No. 605) making, for the legis-
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lative, executive, and judicial expenses
of tbe Government for the year ending
30th June, 1869—[By Mr. Washburne,

of Illinois.)
reported, 920; discussed, 1019, 1022,

1046, 1050, 1088, 1109, 1112, 1131,

1134, 1250, 1255, 1273 ; passed, 1276;
for passed Senate with ameudments, 3563 ;
Din referred, 3563: reported, 3620; dis-
r. cussed, 3694, 3702, 3705, 3724; confer-

ence, 3764, 3786, 3793; error corrected,
3811; conference report, 3981 ; agreed
to by Senate, 3974; by House, 3981,

3982; enrolled, 4080; approved, 4255.
i, In Senate: received from House, 1292;
-T)!!' referred, 1308; amendment submitted,

2260; amendments reported, 2769, 2856; orarum reported, 2995 ; . amendments, 2996,

3130, 3243 ; discussed, 3351, 3360, 3389, itin 3429, 3403, 3466, 3506, 3521 ; passed

with amendments, 3623; conference, ·!!. 3748, 3749; error corrected, 3814; con. to ference report, 3957; concurred in by

Senate, 3958; by House, 4024; en

rolled, 4075.
bill (H. R. No, 606) to limit and control

the expenditure of certain-[By Mr.

Blaine.]
referred, 931,
bill (H. R. No. 636) making, for certain

harbors in the State of Michigan-[By

Mr. Ferry.] referred, 935.

Appropriations-Continued.
resolution assigning a room for the use of

the Committee on-- [ By Mr. Wash

burn«, of Illinois, March 23, 1868.) adopted, 2070. bill (II. R. N», 976) amendatory of an act

entitled An act making, for the naval service for the year 1803," approved July 14, 1862—[By Mr. Van Horn, of

Missouri.] referred, 2133. resolution directing Committee on, to inquire

into the expediency of defining more accurately the time and manner of car: rying unexpended, to the surplus fund and covering the same in the Treasury Department-[By Mr. Blaine, April 9,

1868.) adopted, 2289. bill (S. No. 4ū2) making, for the expenses

of the trial of the impeachment of Andrew Johnson, and other contingent expenses of the Senate for the year end

ing June 30, 1868. mais received from Senate, 2805;' referred,

2305, reported, 2808 ; discussed, 2308; passed with amendments, 2310 : agreed

to by Senate, 2330; enrolled, 2475.:. bill (H. R. No. 101.5) making, to supply de

ficiencies in, for the execution of the reconstruction laws in the third military

district for the fiscal year ending the ??. 1 30th of June, 1868-[By Mr. Wash

burne, of Dlinois.]

reported, 2400; discussed. 2411; passed, wis 2412; passed Senate, 2532; enrolled,

2535; not returned, become a law, 2776. In Senate : received from House and re

ferred, 2417; reported, 2435; passed,

2509 ; enrolled, 2518. bill (H. R. No. 1073) naking, for the cur. ms.rent and contingent expenses of the

$. Indian department, and for fulfilling il treaty stipulations with various Indian

tribes for the year ending June 30, 1869–

[By Mr, Butler, of Massachusetts.) !! reported, 2466 ; called up, 2333; discussed,

2392, 2014, 2037, 2632, 2707's passed,

2712; passed Senate with amendments, 4175 ; conference, 4175, 4196 ; conter: ence report, 4302; agreed to by Senate, 4302; discussed, 4302; agreed to by House, 4306; enrolled, 4478; approved,

4198. In Senate: received from House, 2736;

referred, 2736; amendment submitted, 3389 ; reported, 3552; amendment, 3570; called up, 4030; discussed, 4075, 4097, 4113; passed with amendinents, 4123 ; conference, 4148; conference report, 4271; discussed, 4271; concurred in by Senate, 4276; by House, 4846 ; en

rolled, 4450 bill (H. R. No. 1117) to supply partial de

ficiencies in the, for the service of the fiscal year ending on the 30th June,

1868– [By Dr. Washburne, of Illinois.) discussed, 2572; passed, 2573 ; passed Sen

ate with amendments, 2810; referred, 2812; reported and concurred in with amendment, 2828; agreed to hy Senate,

2876; enrolled, 2010, approved, 2:37. In Senate : 'received from House, 2566;

referred, 2569; reported, 2727;, discussed, 2770; passed with amendments, 2772; concurred in by House, with an "amendment, 2857; concurred in by Sen

ate, 2860; enrolled, 2901. þill (H. R. No. 1311) to supply deficiencies

in the, for the fiscal year ending the 30th of June, 1868--[By Mr. Stevens, of

Pennsylvania.] reported, 8590; diseussed, 3725, 3780,

3731, 3938; passed, 3939 ; passed Sen. ate with amendments, 4216 ; conference, 4259, 4293 ; conference report, 4307'; agreed to by Senate, 4307; by House,

4307; enrolled, 4334; approved, 4177.
In Senate : amendment proposed, 3767;

received from House, 3956 ; referred,
89823 amendmontsubmitted, 4024,4070 ;

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section of the soldiers' bounty law as contained in an act making, for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the year ending June 30, 1867, approved July 28, 1866–[By Mr. Kerr.] joint resolution (H. R. No. 132) in regard to

the construction of section ten of an act approved March 2, 1867, entitled "An act saking, for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the year ending June 30, 1898"'[By Mr. Farnsworth.) referred, 331substitute reported, 666; In Senate: received from House, 674; re

ferred, 699; reported, 845. bill (H. R. No. 393) defining the act making,

for the repair, &c., of certain fortifica tions, approved March 2, 1862–[By

passed, 667.

alr. Driggs.) referred, 414.

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OXCVITI
Appropriations-Continued.

Armies of the United States--Continued. reported, 4070; discussed, 4149, 4151, bill (H. R. No. 60) to amend the act of 4161; passed with amendinents, 4172; April 10, 1806, to establish rules and conference, 4238; conference report, articles for the government of the-[By 4281 ; concurred in by Senate, 4282; by

Mr. Dodge.] House, 4312; enrolled, 4312.

reported adversely, 132. bill (H. R. No. 1448) making, for certain bill H, R. No. 273) to amend the act of

executive expenses of the Government April 10, 1806, for establishing rules for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1869

and articles for the government of the [By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts. ]

[By Mr. Dodge.]

reported and passed, 182. reported, 4389; passed, 4390; passed Sen.

In Senate: received from House and ale with amendments, 4476; conference,

referred, 128. 4478, 4490; conference report, 4494 ;

bill (II. R. No. 1373) establishing roles and agreed to by Senate, 4493 ; by House,

articles for the government of the-[By 4494; enrolled, 4195; approved, 4500.

Mr. Garfield, ] In Senate: received from House, 4400 ;

reported and recommitted, 3853. referred, 4403 ; passed, 4449; confer

bill (S. No. 529) establishing rules and artience, 4451; conlerence report, 4459 ;

cles for the government of the. .concurred in by Senate, 4459; by House,

received from Senate, 3928; referred, 4491. 4462 ; enrolled, 4501,

Armigo, Francisco, bi l (H. R. No. 1142) for Arbitrators, resolution in reference to services

the relief of, of Ibuquerque, New Mexperformed by the judges and, appointed

ico--[By Mr. Clever.) in pursuance of the provisions of the treaty referred, 2750. with Great Britain of April 7, 1862--[By | Armory, resolution in reference to establishMr. Ferriss, January 23, 1868.]

ing a national, within some one of the agreed to, 806.

anthracite coal' fields of Pennsylvania for Archer, Stevenson, & Representative from the manufacture of ordnance, &c.-[By Maryland......

.......2

Mr. Woodward, January 27, 1868.] petitions presented by ....

.452,

objected to, 783. 648, 1460, 2143, 2288 Arms-see Ordnance. bill introduced by

resolution calling for information in referNo. 272-- to establish a certain post route. ence to an expenditure for supplying,

129

and munitions of war to loyal citizens joint resolution introduced by

in revolted States-[By Mr. Mungen, No. 307--tendering a vote of thanks to December 9, 1867:]

Captain D. W. NicDougal.. 3377 objected to, 98. incidental remarks by ......... 216, 8377, 4084 bill (H. R. No. 1814) to provide for the remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from issue of, for the use of the militia-[By internal tax.....

...28, 33

Mr. Paine.] on the naval appropriation bill.... 1825 referred, 3523. on the articles of impeachment......... 1616 bill (H. R. No. 1354) to provide for the on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060,) ...... 2994 issue of, for the use of the militia--(By on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)...... 3404 Mr. Paine.] during the call of the House.... .3416 reported and passed, 3732. on questivns relating to reconstruction, In Senate; received from House, 3748;

4017 referred, 3748: reported, 3814. leare of abgence granted to. .2304, Armstrong, Amos, bill H. R. No. 721) to

2383, 3422, 3503, 3658 increase the pension of, who was wounded Arizona, the Territory of, bill (H. R. No. in the battle of Queenstown during the

490) to create the collection district of war of 1812–[By Mr. Spalding.] [By Mr. Bashford.)

referred, 1156. referred, 637.

Armstrong, Captain James F., joint resolution bill (H. R. No. 1089) for the relief of the

(H. R. No. 287) for the restoration of,
inhabitants of towns and villages in

United States Navy, to the active list
New Mexico and, who settled upon

from the retired list-[By Mr. Haight.]
public land--[By Mr. Clever.]

reported, 2873; passed, 2874 ; passed Senreferred, 2527.

ate, 2942; enrolled, 2543; approved, 3063. Arkansas-see Reconstruction.

In Senate: received from House, 2861; resolution calling for a statement of the

referred, 2861; reported and passed, 2922;
number of votes cast for and against the Army, bill (H. R. No. 211) to increase and

enrolled, 2927.
Siate constitution at the election in-
[By Mr. Paine, May 2, 1868.]

fix the subsistence department of the-

[By Mr. Myers. ] adopted, 2349.

referred, 51.
resolution referring the credentials of the bill (H. R. No. 260) to furnish certain sol.

Representatives-elect from, to the Com diers and sailors therein designated with
mittee of Elections-[By Mr. Paine, honorable discharges—[By Mr. Dodge.]
June 28, 1868.]

referred, 90; reported and tabled, 257; new
agreed to, 3396.

bill (H. R. No. 319) substituted, 257. credentials of Representatives-elect from, bili (H. R. No. 201) declaratory of the law

preseuted and referred, 3396 ; reported, in regard to officers cashiered or dis-
8439.

missed from the, by the sentence of a
remarks by-

general court-martial-[By Mr. Gar. Mr. Brooks.....

3439, 3440

field.] Mr. Ingersoll.

reported, 132; discussed, 132; recomMr. Mayward..

3396

mitted, 134; reported and passed with Mr, Paine.......

.8396

title amended, 232 ; passed Senate, 3974; Mr. Schenck......,

enrolled, 4002; approved, 4255. Mr. Scofieid.........

3440

In Senate : received from House, 244;
Feas
and
nays on the .........

.3440

referred, 256; reported, 470 ; discussed, protest of James Brooks and others against

1498 ; passed, 3556; enrolled, 3986. tbe swearing in of the Representatives

remarks byelect from........

Mr. Dawes.... ..... 3441

133 Armies of the United States, joint resolution

Mr. Eldridge..

...232
(H. R. No. 117) to amend an act passed

Mr. Garfield. 132, 133, 134, 232
April 10, 1806, for establishing rules and

138, 134

Mr. Munger... articles for the government of the-[By

133, 134

Mr. Niblack
Mr. Dodge:]

132, 133

Mr. Paine....... reporiti niveisely and tabled, 132.

133, 134

232

Army-Continued.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 121) in relation

to retaining certain volunteer officers,

[By Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.)
referred, 153.
resolution instructing Committee on Military

Affairs to inquire into the expediency of
reducing the, to a peace establishment-

[By Mr. Ross, December 12, 1867.]
* agreed to, 155; reconsidered and tabled,

155.
resolution in reference to the reduction of

the military establishment of the United
States-[By Mr. Baker, December 12,

1867.]
agreed to, 156.
bill (H. R. No. 305) to amend an act eniitled

* An aet providing for the better organ:
ization of the military establishment,"
approved August 31, 1861–[By Mr.

Dodge.]
referred, 209.
bill (H. R. No. 312) making provision for

officers and soldiers not mustered into

the service-[By Mr. Maynard.]
referred, 213.
bill (H. R. No. 125) to provide for the

granting of honorable discharges to cer:
tain soldiers and sailors of tbe, and

Navy-[By Mr. Schenck.]
reported and tabled, 257; new.bill (H. R.

No. 319) substituted, 257.
bill (I. R. No. 319) to furnish honorable

discharges to certain soldiers and sailors,
and to repeal section twenty-one of an
act to provide for enrolling and calling
out the national forces, approved March

3, 1865-[By Mr. Garfield.]
reported, 257; discussed, 257, 283.
resolution instructing Committee on Military

Affairs to inquire into the expediency
of retaining in the military force of the
United States the Veteran Reserve corps
as it is now organized, &e.-(By Mr.

Kerr, Deceinber 19, 1867.]
agreed to, 295.
billo (I. R. No. 310) to amend section

twenty-five, chapter one hundred and
sixty-two, of the acts of the second ses-
sion Twenty-Fifth Congress, relative to
paymasters in the--[By Mr. Washburn,

of Indiana.)
referred, 331.
bill (H. R. No. 424) amendatory of an art

entitled "An act for the relief of certain

drafied men”—[By Mr. Koontz.] referred, 475; reported and passed, 4083.

In Senate : received from House, 4096. bill (H. R. No. 463) to amend an act for the relief of certain drafted men,

approved
February 28, 1807–[By Mr. Van Aer-

nam.]
referred, 635; reported and tabled, 4083.
bill (H. R. No. 658) making appropriations

for the support of the, for the year end

ing June 30, 1869--[By Mr. Blaine.)
reported, 1018; discussed, 1277, 1280, 1283,
1302, 1304 ; passed, 1308; passed Senate
with amendments, 2057; returned to
Senate, 2071 ; passed Senate with amend-
ments, 2575 ; nou-concurred in, 2609;
conference, 2609, 2643 ; conference re-
port, 2872; concurred in by Senate,
2817; by flouse, 2872; enrolled, 2910;
approved, 2937.
In Senate : 'received from House, 1316;

referred, 1330; reported, 1910; dis-
cussed, 2031 ; passed with amendments,
2040; recalled, 2068; returnedd

, 2075 ;
recommitted, 2088 ; reported, 2240;
passed with amendments, 2561 ; confer:
eoce, 2597, 2623 ; conference report,
2803 ; concarred iu by Senate, 2803;
concurred in by llouse, 2861; enrolled,

2901.
remarks by-

Mr. Banks..
Mr. Blaine..

1277, 1278, 1279, 1280, 1281, 1202,
1283, 1284, 12-6, 1302, 1303, 1304,
1305, 1306, 1307, 1308, 2609, 2872

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reroarks by-
Mr. Boutwell

.1284, 1307
Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts. ...1282,

1283, 1306 Mr. Chanler ............................

. 1278 Mr. Coburn......

...1303 Mr. Dodge

. 1277, 1284 Mr. Eggleston...

.1285 Mr. Eldridge...

... 1303, 1307 Mr. Farnswortb.

.1285, 1307 Mr. Harding...

.1285, 1286 Mr. Higby

1281 Mr. Holman ..........

..1019, 1302 Mr. Judd

.1285 Mr. Logan

.1278, 1279, 1282, 1285, 1305, 1306, 1307 Mr. Mullins...

...1286 Mr. Niblack...

.1303, 1304 Mr. Paine .1278, 1305, 1307, 2609 Mr. Pile...

.1277, 1278, 1280, 1281, 1282, 1283, 1286, 1302, 1305 Mr. Pruyn...

.1303, 1306, 1807

1307 Mr. Raum

1281 Mr. Rossi..

..1019 Mr. Schenck............. 1279, 1280, 1281,

1282, 1283, 1284, 1304, 1306, 1807
Mr. Scofield......

1802, 2609
Mr. Selye....... 11283, 1284, 1286, 1304
Mr. Spalding.........
Mr. Van Wyck ....

... ... 1303, 1304

..1280, 1283, 1284, 1285, 1286, 1302, 1303 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, 1019, 1277,

1283, 1284, 1285, 1286,

1302, 1805, 1307, 1308 Mr. Washburn, of Indiana.... 1277,

1278, 1280, 1286

i.. 1284 Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania.is... 1277

Mr. Wood ......... 1277, 1278, 1281, 1284 yeas and nays on the....

........ 1305 bill (H. R. No.691) to grant relief to the sol

diers of the one hundred and forty-fifth

Indiana volunteers--[By Mr. Hunter.]
referred, 1083.
bill (H. R. No. 747) giving relief to soldiers

whose discharges are dated previous to
their actual discharge, and who, in fact,
served the full term of their enlistment-

[By Mr. Loughridge.]
referred, 1217.
bill (S. No. 311) to provide for a gradual

reduction of the military forces, and to

discontinue certain unnecessary grades received from Senate: 1250 ; referred, 1772;

motion to reconsider, 1772. joint resolution (H. R. No. 210) in relation

to mustering out quartermasters, &c.

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Army--Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 1050) providing for the ap-

pointment of an inspector of cavalry

United States—[By Mr. Pile.]

referred, 2406.
1 bill (H. R. No. 1105) for the reorganization

of the United States colored troops,
their

instruction and colonization-[By
Mr. Phelps.)
si referred, 2569.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 288) amendatory

of joint resolution for the relief of cer

tain officers of the-[By Mr. Boyer. ]
reported and recommitted, 2906 ; reported

and passed, 3944.
In Senate: received from House, 3956 ; re-

ferred, 3982.
joint resolution (H, R. No. 299) for the re-

lief of certain honorably discharged sol.
diers of the volunteer forces of the

Unian-By Mr. Cobb.]
referred, 3164; reported, 3762.
resolution for collecting the proceedings of

the different cities and towns held in
commemoration of the Union dead-

[By Mr. Logan, June 22, 1868.]
agreed to, 3364.
bill (H. R. No. 1312) to add to the service

three adjutants general-[By Mr. Jobo

son.]
referred, 3477.
bill (H. R. No. 1316) for the relief of sol.

diers honorably discharged from the
service of the United States-[By Mr.

Boles. ]
referred, 3525.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 319) in regard

to charges of desertion in cases of sol.
diers honorably discharged from the

service-[By Mr. Covode.]
referred, 3614; reported and passed, 4215.
In Senate: received from House, 4210;

referred, 4210.
bill (H. R. No. 1369) to provide for the

payment of certain demands for stores
and articles used by the engincer de.
partment of the, of the United States-

[By Mr. Delano. ] -
referred, 3786.
bill (H. R. No. 1377) to reduce and fix the

military peace establishment-[By Mr.

Garfield.]
reported and recommitted, 3882; reported,

3948; discussed, 3948, 3967, 3973, 3974,
3982; recommitted, 3982; reported and

recommitted, 4062,
remarks by-
Mr. Allison...

.....3949, 3951
Mr. Axtell.................

...3972 Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts...... 3949,

3950, 3951, 3952, 3953, 3968,

3969, 3970, 3971, 3972, 3973 Mr. Cary...

3950 Mr. Garfield.

.....3882, 3948, 3949, 3950, 3951, 3952, 3953, 8968, 3969, 3970, 3971,

3972, 3973, 3974, 3982, 4493 Mr. Johnson.....

......3949 Mr. Logan......

...... 3949,

3950, 3951, 3958, 3970 Mr. Miller.........

.3953 Mr. Mungen

.3950 Mr. Paine..

......3948, 8962, 3953, 3967, 3968, 3969, 3971 Mr. Pike

......3949 Mr. Pile.............3950, 3970, 3972, 4062 Mr. Raum..

..3953 Mr. Schenck

3950, il 8951, 1952, 3974, 3982 Mr. Washburn, of Indiana ..........3948,

3950, 3970, 3974, 3982 Mr. Wilson, of lowa...8948, 3949, 8951 yeas and nays on the... ...3969, 3971, 3973 bill (H. R. No. 1878) declaring the meaning

of the several acts in relation to retired

officers of the--[ By Mr. Garfield.] reported and recommitted, 3883 ; reported,

8946; discassed, 8946 ; passed, 8948. In Senate : received from House, 3956 ;"

referred, 3982.

Army, bill (H. R. No. 1378)-Continued.
remarks by-

Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts ........8947
Mr. Farnsworth.......... 8946, 3947
Mr. Garfield......3883, 3946, 3947, 3948
Mr. Logan .......................ir

...8947, 3948 Mr. Mungen.

.............. 3917 Mr. Paine.... joint resolution (S. R. No. 151) to drop from

the rolls of the, certain officers absent

from their commands without authority. received from Senate, 3885; passed, 4490;

enrolled, 4496. bill. (H. R. No. 186) to extend an act en

titled "An act for the relief of certain drafted men,'' approved February 28,

1867-[By Mr. Covode.] reported and tabled, 4083. joint resolution (H. R. No. 350) for the re.

lief of certain honorably discharged soldiers of the volunteer forces of the

United States—[By Mr. Cobb.] referred, 4252. bill (S. No. 617) to reduce the military

peace establishment of the United States.

received from Senate, 4293 ; referred, 4493. Army Register, resolution for printing the1:(By Mr. Laflin, June 24, 1868.]

reported and agreed to, 3456. Arnell, Samuel M., a Representative from Tennessee..

...................... 2 bills introduéed by No. 226—for the relief of Samuel Me

Bride, å soldier of the war of 1812...89 No. 372--to amend an act approved March

2, 1867, entitled "An act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United States''.

.417 joint resolution introduced byNo. 200-in reference to the continuance

of the Freedmen's Bureau in the State' of Tennessee.

.........1083 resolutions submitted by calling for the report of General George H. Thomas in the Milliken case-

-[December 5, 1867)......... lur..... 51 instructing Committee on the Library to

inquire into the subject of international copyright, and the best means for the encouragement of cheap literature, and the protection of authors--[January 16, 1868] ..........

.......566 concerning the payment of loyal claimants in the State of Tennessee-[January 28, 1868)......

...806 concerning armed organizations known as

the “Kuklux Klan," and the outrages committed by them upon white and colored Unionists in the State of Tennes

see--[February 4, 1868)........ ....967 inquiring upon what authority an officer

of the grade of paymaster in the United States Navy is employed as a resident naval storekeeper at Rio Janeiro and elsewhere, at a greater salary than that provided by the law of June 17,

1844-[March 26, 1868)............... 2137 in reference to the recent murder of two

ex-Federal soldiers, Henry Fitzpatrick and Mr. Lincoln, in the county of Maury,

Tennessee-(June 1, 1868]..........2752 calling for reports of Major General Car

lin for the past six months relative to the condition of freedmen's affairs in the States of Tennessee and Kentucky-[July 1, 1868]...........

......... 1513 in reference to the protection of loyal citi

zens at the South-[July 13, 1868]... 4003 motions made by...........

3397 incidental remarks by....................... 1400,

2216, 2366, 2672, 2752, 3927, 4300 remarks on the bill to facilitate the payment of bounties....

.858 on the bill concerning land grants to

southern railroads....806, 841, 975, 979 on the resolution reported for the im.

peachment of the President.........1890 (Not published.) on the Tennessee election (case of R. R. Butler)........

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[By Mr. Ward.] referred, 1418. bilt (H. R. No. 850) for the relief of the

members of the twenty-first New York cavalry-[By Mr. Lincolu.] referred, 1631. bill (H. R. No. 8854 to amend an act enti

tled "An act making appropriations for the support of the; for the year ending June 30, 1868," and for the relief of the Colorado and Nevada volunteers--[By

Mr. Higby. ] referred, 1759. bill (H. R. No. 887) for the relief of mem

bers of company A, independent ex:

empt West Virginia volunteer infantry [By Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia.] referred, 1759. joint resolution (H. R. No. 240) in relation to retiring officers of the

[By Mr. Ward.] referred, 1900. bill (H. R. No. 956) in relation to the rank

of military officers appointed under act

of July 25, 1866-[By Mr. Callom.] bil (H. R. No, 1001) to amend the twenty:

first section of an act entitled An act to amend the several acts heretofore passed for enrolling and

calling out the national forces" -{By Mr. Shanks.] referred, 2288.

referred, 2070.

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