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Wisconsin-Continued.

Wisconsin-Continued.
remarks on the bill to amend the judiciary remarks on the bill relating to vacancies in
aci................2166, 2167, 2169, 2170 the Departments.......

..4261 on the New Jersey resolution....2225, 2226 on the suspension of the rules, 4262, 4263 koot on the moriou to priul Manager Butler's on the resolation concerning the pay of is argument on the impeachment trial, certain House employés...., 4263

2227, 2228, 2232, 2292, 2308 on the reconstruction bill (H. R. No. on the bill providing for the expenses of

07.1450)

..4421, 4423 the impeachment trial......... 2308, 2309 Juon bill to regolate railroad land grauts; 4429 on the vill to amend the bankrupt act, 2318 leave of absence granted to.......... o on the Alta Vela resolution....2334, 2335, Election-see Contested Election.

to 2337, 2339, 2840, 2341, 2343, bill (H. R. No. 215) to fix the time for the,

2344, 2345, 2346, 2366, 2367 of Representatives and Delegates to the on the Donnelly' and Washburne contro

Congress of the United States-[By Mr. versy, 2349, 2355, 2356, 2359, 2360, 2861 Ashley, of Ohio.] on the Brooks and Butler controversy, referred, 53; motion to reconsider, 67.

2363, 2364 bill (H. R. No, 294) to fix the time for the, on the joint resolution for the protection of Representatives and Delegates in the of fishing vessels.......

.2378

Congress of the United States-[By Mr. on the bill to admit Arkansas to repre

Julian.) sentation in Congress......... 2390, 2391, referred, 209.

2392, 2394, 2395, 2899, 2921, 2937 bill (H. R. No. 800) to provide for the reon the bill to extend the charter of Wash

jection as void of all votes cast at any, ington city................. 2409, 2410, 2411 for members of the Honse of Repreon the reconstruction deficiency bill, 2411, sentatives of the United States for any

2412 person known to be ineligible by the on the bill for the readmission of South persons casting them-[By Mr. Coburn.] Carolina, &C........

.2413,

referred; 1418.
2164, 2465, 3096, 3097, 3484 resolution calling for reports made by Major

to relieve certain citizens of General Meade to General of the Army North Carolina from political disabilities, relating to the, in Alabama in February

2413, 3208, 3307, 3308, 3366 last-[By Mr. Boutwell, March 27,1868.] on the resolution concerning a letter to adopted, 2164, Senator Henderson....

.2471, bill (H. R. No.982) to amend an act entitled 2497, 2502, 2503, 2527

"An act relative to the, of the Presi on the bill for the relief of William Mc

dent and Vice President of the United Garrahan......

.2476, 2477 States, and declaring the officer who an the impeachment trial--alleged cor- shall act as President in case of vacanrupt practices....... ..2503, 2504

cies in the office both of President and on the purchase of Alaska......... ...2534

Vice President," approved March 1, on the resolution asking Senate for a copy 1792-[By Mr. Churchill.]

of the impeachment proceedings, 2530 referred, 2224. on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a re- bill (H. R. No. 1381) providing for an, in cusant witness........

.2536, Virginia-[By Mr. Farnsworth.] Lada 2537, 2541, 2579, 2580, 2581, 2585, 2586, reported and passed, 3887.

2587, 2588, 2580, 2590, 2591, 2592, 2643, In Senate : received from House, 3877; Ab 2651, 2652, 2670, 2672, 2673, 2675, 2670, referred, 3900 ; reported, 4321. I 2702, 2708,2704, 2705, 2706,2938. 2939, | Elections, the Committee of..... 4500 2940, 2941, 2942, 2945, 2946, 3034, 3069 instructions to.......

..282 on the Indian appropriation bill.........2641 reports from, 3, 257, 291, 312, 362, 664, 1426,

on the resolution relating to a guard-room 2071, 2072, 2233, 2571, 2872, 3223, 3266, buy at the Capitol.....2643, 2649, 2650, 2651 8439, 3655, 3704, 3886, 4007, 4083, 4215, during call of the House.... ...2644, 4254, 4293, 4334, 4471, 4472, 4499, 4500

B 2645, 2646, 2647, 2648, 2649 adverse reports from...... ......3, 257, 362 on the Ohio election (case of Delano vs. discharged from subjects.......

4215 Morgan)

..2784, 2789 bill (H. R. No. 1185) to alter the laws of on the resolution in reference to the death Ohio as to the manner of electing Rep

of ex-President Buchanan....2810, 2817 resentatives in Congress-[By Mr, Shelon the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060).. .2822,

2823, 2824, 2825, 2018, 2944 referred, 2035. on the bill for the relief of Thomas bill (S. No: 538) in addition to an act to McLean

..........2905

regulate the times and manner of hold. on the reception of the Chinese embassy, ing, for Senators in Congress.

2906 received from Senate,3413; referred, 4433. to contested elections Elective franchise, resolution concerning the, in Washington city......3172, 3173, 3174 in Montana-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas, on the resolution in regard to the removal January 27, 1868.), of the Capitol......

......3174 adopted,

781. on the river and harbor bill...... ...3206, Electoral College, joint resolution (S. R. No.

139) excluding from the, the votes of

States lately in rebellion which shall not merce...... 3233, 3234, 3235, 3236, 3237 bave been reorganized. on the Kentucky election (case of McKee received from Senate, 3967; referred, 3967; vs. Young)..

3344, 3347

reported, 3974; discussed, 3974 ; passed on the tax bill (H, R. No. 1284). ...3377, with amendments, 3981; agreed to by

8491, 3492, 4096 Senate, 4002 ; enrolled,' 4002; vetoed, on the bill to limit admiralty jurisdiction, 4258; passed over veto, 4259.

Saloww 36i6, 8617, 8618 Electors, resolution in reference to such an on the Electoral College bill...........3974, amendment to the Constitution as shall

3975, 3978, 3980, 3981, 4259 settle the qualifications of, uniformly in all on the bill relating to the Freedmen's the States--[By Mr. Newcomb, March 9, Bureau ....

.4007 1868.] on the tariff bill.....

4008 referred, 1760. on the resolution for an investigation of resolution instructing Committee on the

the disbursement of the contingent Judiciary to inquire into the expediency fund

........4084

of providing by law for the settlement ou the funding hill.......... 4192, 4193, 4194, of contested elections for, of the Presi.

4195, 4299, 4300, 4301, 4312, 4497 dent and Vice President-[By Mr. Gar. on the resolution relating to the occupancy field, March 24, 1868.]

of a room by Miss Vinnio Ream.....4253 adopted, 2083.

Elgood, John H., bill (H. R. No. 637) grant

ing a pension to--(By Mr. Perbam.) referred, 985. Eliot, Thomas D., a Representative from Massachusetts...

..2 pétitions presented by .....195, 342, 648, 673,

815, 890, 901, 998, 1994, 1117, 1189, 1202, 1693, 1790, 2227, 2298, 2318,

2332, 2471, 2682, 3145, 3381, 3538 bills introduced byNo. 377—to continue the Bureau for the

Relief of Freedinen and Refugees...473 No. 513-to provide for the examination

of masters and mates in the marine service ........

...........694 No. 514-to encourage the establishment

of public marine schools................ 694 No.569-allowing merchandise to be with

drawn from warehouse at Indianola and to be transported in bond to San Antonio, Texas.......

..780 No. 598—to continue the Bureau for the ""*, Relief of Freedmen and Refugees... 890 No. 723-to create the collection district

of Island Pond............ .......... 1161 No. 724 to extend the boundaries of the

collection district of Champlain.... 1161 No. 735-to repealan act approved March

2, 1867, entitled "An act to regulate the disposition of fines, penalties, and for feitures received under the laws relating to the customs'',

........ 1216 No.786---declaring St. George and Booth

bay, in the State of Maine, and San Antonio, Texas, ports of delivery, and authorizing the establishment of bonded warehouses .at Bucksport and Vinal

Haven, in the State of Maine......... 1832 No. 841-concerning the Solicitor and

Naval Judge Advocate General..... 1630 No. 861--relating to the Supreme Court of the United States......

......... 1081 No. 865-toanthorize contracts for foreign

mail service, and to aid in the construc. I tion and employment of American wilt steamers.......

... 1703 No. 875-to indemnify owners of vesseis

for property sacrificed to save human life at sea..

......... 1759 No. 947--to provide for the examination

of masters and mates in the merchant service, and to encourage the establishment of public marine schools...... 2069 No. 962-for the relief of Thomas W. Ward ............

.........2070 No. 981-relating to third assistant engi.

néers in the Naval Academy ...... ... 2224 No. 1046-making appropriations for the

repair, preservation, and completion of certain public works..... .... 2406 No. 1101-in relation to the merchant

marine of the United States..... 2542 65. No. 1119--for the registration or euroll.

ment of certain foreign vessels...... 2012 No. 1120-to authorize the Secretary of

the Treasury to change the names of certain vessels.......

... 2612 No. 1255--for the relief of Champe Car: ter, jr.

3131 joint resolutions introduced byNo. 101-declaratory of an act entitled

"An act relating to the public schools of the District of Columbia," approved July 23, 1866....

12.51 No. 171--for the relief of destitute' persons in the South ......

.....664 No. 282-authorizing assignment of a lot

of land in St. Augustine, Florida, to the Commissioner of the Bureau of Refngees and Freedmen for educational purposes.......

.: 1791 No. 246—directing the Secretary of State

to present George Wright, master of the British brig J. & G. Wright, e gold clironometer, in appreciation of his per: sonal services in saving the lives of three American seamen wrecked at sea on board of the American schooner Lizzio F. Choate, of Massachusetts,

2082 More it

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on the bill relative to

.........

on the bill to promote Ameri2017

, 3208

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.........-871
.... ... 1255

Eliot, Thomas D., a Representative from Emigrants, bill (H. R. No. 999) for the better Executive Mansion, joint Committee to Ex

! Massachusetts - Continued.

protection of, and passengers--[By Mr. amine the Accounts for Repairs to, 36, 96 resolutions submitted by

Washburne, of Illinois.]

Senate concurrent resolution reappointing n to provide by amendment of the rules for referred, 2232.

the joint Committee to Examine the leave to print bills before they are re- Emigrant ships, joint resolution (H. R. No. 173) Accounts for Repairs to the. ported on by the committees of the to protect passengers on board of, and to received from Senate, 30; concurred in, 96.

House---[December 9, 1807]............ 91 correct certain abuses—[By Mr. Chanler.] || Expenditures of the Treasury Department, the directing Committee on Commerce to in- referred, 788.

Committee on .......

... 3556, 3503 quire into the causes which have pro- resolution for a select committee to inquire | Expenditures of the War Department, the duced the present depression of shipping into the best means for the protection

Committee on..

.95, 105 interests,&c.--[December 12,1867), 152 of passengers on board of, and to cor. || Expenditures on Public Buildings, the Compcalling for information in reference to rect certain abuses-[By Mr. Chanler,

mittee on ......

... 96, 105 American whaling vessels in the Oklotek January 24, 1868.]

Expenses, bill (H. R. No. 894) to reduce the, sea, off Tchantar Island, having been adopted, 738

of the Government-[By Mr. Van Wyck.] fi recently ordered off the coast by Russian Emigration-see Immigration.

referred, 1760. war vessels-[December 18, 1867], 257 bill (11. R. No. 1145) lo establish unpaid im- bilt (H. R. No. 985) to amend an act encalling for information concerning a con: migration agencies at Liverpool, Glas, titled "An act to indemnify the States tract made in the spring of 1866 with gow, and Dublin, in Great Britain and

for, incurred by them in defense of the Busen Henry S. Welles for the removal of Ireland-[By Mr. Flanders.)

United States, approved July 27, pois obstructions in the Savannah river- referred, 2760; committee discharged, 1861–[By Mr. Cullom.] 035.... [January 16, 1868.] 2.7.14

3732.

referred, 2227. gott adopted, 566. 1;:

bill (H. R. No. 1139) to establish, under the Exploring Expedition, joint resolution (S. R. reports made by ....... .662, direction of the Secretary of State, agen

No. 111) directing that the Government 516 664, 1332, 1470, 1791, 1798, 2082, 2811, cies in Great Britain, Germany, Sweden,

of Great Britain bè supplied with certain 1312612, 2013, 3131, 3850, 8881, 3883, 4469 and Norway for the promotion of, to

yolumes of the Narrative of the. motions made by ..

....257,

the United States-[By Mr. Donnelly.] received from Senate, 1393 ; passed, 1451; 664, 1333, 1451, 1470, 1761, 1791, referred, 2750; bill (H. R. No. 1356) re

enrolled, 1460. 2083, 2108, 2637, 3308, 3768, 3883 .*.ported as substitute and recommitted,

joint resolution (H. R. No. 251) to author. incidental remarks by........... 152, 602, 830, 3732; committee discharged, 3732.

ize the Secretary of War to furnish sup. 9.2. 1084, 1244, 1291, 1332, 1761, 1852, 1973, resolution for the appointment of a standing

plies to an-[By Mr. Cullom.) 2334, 2421, 2458, 2532, 3084, 4003, 4470 committee on-[By Mr. Chapler, July referred, 2304; passed Senate with amend. remarks on the rule relating to the printing 15, 1868. ]

ments, 2575 ; concurred in, 2976; en: It is of bills......... .91, 92 referred, 4088.

rolled, 2977; approved, 3063. on the supplementary reconstruction bill Enrolled bills, the Committee on ........3271, 09

In Senate: received from House and re. (H. R. No. 439). ......671, 572, 573, 598

8944, 4433 on the bill to prevent the payment of cerEnrollment-see Vessels.

ferred, 2417; reported, 2435; discussed,

2563 ; passed with amendments, 2566; tain clairus...... 737 Equal rights, bill (S. No. 141) for the farther

concurred in by House, 2963; enrolled, on the bill concerning southern land security of, in the District of Colambia.

2963. *tu grants......

received from Senate, 65; passed, 96 ; en- joint resolution (H. R. No. 261) authorizing on the legislative bill........ rolled, 107.

the Secretary of War to furnish supplies * won the bill relating to the naturalization Ericsson, bill (H. R. No. 449) anthorizing the 11 of sailors........ 1297 Secretary of the 'Treasury to change the

to an-[By Mr. Garfield.] is on the bill to provide for the payment of name of the ship, to Grand Duchess, Exporters, bill (H. R. No. 764) for the relief

read, 2407; passed, 2408. ui certain pensions.......

..1298 [By Mr. Van Wyck.] on the order of business, 1688, 1689, 1857, referred, 566.

of certain, of rum-[By Mr. Schenck.] EEL, 1858, 2574, 2575. 2943, 3034, 3035 Evening Star Newspaper Company, bill (H.

referred, 1256; reported, 1513; discussed, on the joint resolution assigning a lot for R. No, 793) to incorporate the--[By Mr.

1618; withdrawn, 1514; reported back a school in Florida....... 1791 Welker.]

and passed, 1637; passed Senate with 0 on the bill to continue the Freedmen's referred, 1418.

amendment, 3310; concurred in, 3311; 1:37 Bureau, 1793,1818,1814,1815, 1817, 1934, bill (S. No. 209) to incorporate the.

enrolled, 3327; approved, 3731. 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 3310 received from Senate, 3271; passed, 4432;

In Senate : received from House, 1657 ; reon the bill concerning the rights of Ameri- enrolled, 4479.

ferred, 1658; reported, 1835; discussed, can citizens abroad ...... 1799, Evidence, bill (H. R. No. 1428) authorizing

1836, 3249; rejected, 3251; reconsidered, 12.sh" 10 1800, 1805, 2011, 2013, 2316 the admission in, of the copies of certain

8251, 3275; discussed, 8275 ; passed with on the bill to amend the bankrupt act, 2325 papers, documents, and entries—[By Mr.

amendments, 3278; concurred in by on the river and harbor bill........ .2406, Washburne, of Illinois.]

House, 3316; enrolled, 3321. 18!!! 2611, 2957, 3171, 3202, 3203, 3205, read and passed, 4003.

remarks bymit 101.3207, 3208, 3209, 3210, 3211, 3271, In Senate : received from House, 3984 ; re

Mr. Blaine..... 10 min.3557, 3559, 3563, 3564, 8565, 3566, ferred, 3987 ; reported, 4264..

Mr. Covode.

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1514 3591, 3592, 8593, 3596, 8597, 3615 Evrett, Henry, bill (H. R. No. 754) for the Mr. Harding ut on the bill in regard to customs regula- relief of-[By Mr. Harding.)

Mr. Mungen

........1514 * tions 2612 referred, 1217.

Mr. Paine on the bill changing the names of certain Executive Departments, bill (S. No. 352) to

Mr. Price

.1513, 1637 Spleasure yachts..,

.... 2612
authorize the temporary supplying of

Mr. Randall .....

1256 tu on the bill concerning collection districts vacancies in the.

Mr. Schenck.. .1256, 1513, 1514, 1637 10 in Michigan..... ............ 2612 received from Senate, 1183 ; referred, 1769 ;

Mr. Scobeld

. 1614 I on the bill to promote American com- substitute reported and passed with áinend- joint resolution (H. R. No. 318) to correct 1) merce..... ..2613, 2014, 3064, ment, 3765; agreed to by Senate, with

an act entitled “An act for the relief of 3226, 3227, 3228, 3229, 3236, 3238 amendment, 4061; disagreed to by House, certain, of rum'' -- [By Mr. Butler, of on the Indian appropriation bill........2637 4062 ; conference, 4062, 4082; conference Massachusetts. ]

on tax bill (H, R. No. 1060)......3048, 3049 report, 4133; agreed to by Senate, 4133; dis- referred, 3589; reported and passed, 3689; Hon bill for relief of C. Carter, jr., 3131, 3132 cussed, 4133; disagreed to by House, passed Senate, 3705; enrolled, 3722; h on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......3171 4135; new conference, 4135, 4182; con- approved, 3809. 15. on clerks' twenty per cent resolution, 3256 ference report, 4259; agreed to by Senate, In Senate : received from House, 3671; 7 on the purchase of Alaska....

.3620, 4217; discussed, 4259, 4261, 4263, 4295 ; passed, 3681 ; enrolled, 3715. 03.

3659, 3805, 4053, 4055 report agreed to by House, 4295; by Sen. || Express companies, bill (H. R. No. 638) to c. on the joint resolution for issuing a regis- ate, 4302; enrolled, 4306.

regulate the charges and compensation ter to the Hawaiian brig Victoria... 3967 | Executive expenses, bill (H.R.No.1448)making of-[By Mr. Loughridge.] is on the bill relating to the Freedmen's appropriations for certain, of Government Bureau......4004, 4005, 4006, 4007, 4479

referred, 935. for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1869–

F.. on the funding bill....

...4302 [By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts. ] on the bill relative to Prince Edward's reported, 4389 ; passed, 4390 ; passed Sen. Falardo, Mary A., bill (H. R. No. 1179) grantIsland

4470, 4471 ate with amendments, 4476 ; conference, ing à pension to, widow of Onesimus leave of absence granted to... ..2643 4478, 4490 ; conference report, 4494 ; Falardo, tate a private of company K, Ellis, Captain Daniel, bill (S. No. 474) for the agreed to by Senate, 4493 ; by House, one hundred and twenty-fifth regiment relief of.

4194; enrolled, 4495 ; approved, 4500. New York volunteers-[By Mr. Miller.] received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2544 ; In Senate: received from House, 4400 ; reported and passed. 2908; passed Senate, reported and passed. 3552.

referred, 4403 ; passed, 4449 ; couference, 4395; enrolled, 4434; approrel, 478. Ellis. Jolin II., hill (S. No. 25) for the relief 4451 ; conference report, 4159 ; concurred In Senate: received from flouse, 2927), 2035; of, paymaster United States. Army.

in by Senate, 4459; by House, 4462 ; reported, 3857 ; passed, 4364; eurolled, reported and passed, 1540; enrolled, 1619. euroiled. 4501.

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TUTTI Farnsworth, John F., a Representative from Ferriss, Orange, a Representative from New | Filler, Mary 1., bill (H. R. No. 425) for the Illinois-Continued. York- Continued.

relief of-[By Mr. Koontz.) remarks on the river and barbor bill... 3202, bilis introduced by

In Senate: received from House, 2690 ; re3204, 3205, 3208, 3210, 3593, 3597 No. 220--to perpetuate testimony in the ferred, 2701; referred anew, 2759. on the bill to promote American com

courts of the United States..............89 Filson, Margaret, bill (H. R. No. 1223) grant| Merce...

.3229 No. 530-granting a right of way to the ing a pension to-[By Mr. Burr.] on the bill to amend an act for carrying Whitehall and Plattsburg Railway Com- reported and passed, 3101; passed Senate, the mails........ ..3308, 3309, 3310

pany..

778 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. on the joint resolution in regard to the No. 614-for the relief of Mrs. Alice A. In Senate: received from House and remail service in Dakota... 3311, 3326 Dryer.......

934 ferred, 3119; reported, 3900; passed, on the bill authorizing certain banks to resolutions submitted by

4364; enrolled, 4443. change their names.

3328 in reference to services performed by the Financial questions discussed in Committee on the lax bill (H, R. No. 1284) ....3377, judges and arbitrators appointed in pur- of the whole.

3398, 3401, 3402, 3408, 3409, suance of the provisions of the treaty remarks byW3114, 3415, 3417, 3418, 3420, with Great Britain of April 7, 1862– Mr. Blaine......

.1733 3121, 3479, 3480, 3484, 3537 [January 28, 1868)............. ......806

Mr. Blair ........... 2045, 2048, 2049 during call of the House, 3415, 3416, 3455 instructing the Committee on the Library Mr. Broomall.

........ 139, 1734 on the deliciency bill (H. R. No. 1341), to inquire into the expediency of pur. Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, . 144, chasing Townsend's Historical Record

4092 on the civil appropriation bill..... and Encyclopedia of the Rebellion

Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.... on tho bill for the removal of certain [April 30, 1868]... ..................2333

Mr. Ela ..........

4016 political disabilities.....3851, 3852, 4083 remarks on the resolution reported for the

Mr. Garfield ............. • •

2480 on the elections in Virginia...... ...3887 impeachment of the President....., 1385 Mr. Holman

1735 on the resolution for a clerk to the Com. (See Appendix.)

.1736 mittee of Invalid Pensions.... .3927 on the articles of impeachment.........1007

Mr. Mungen.

2048 on the bill in relation to retired officers of (See Appendix.)

Mr. Niblack

143, 2048 the Army.... 3946, 3947 on the bill for the relief of William McGar

Mr. Perham .....

2049 on the Electoral College bill, 3967, 3976 rahan ........

...... 2473
Mr, Selye........

1875 on the finding bill... 4174, 4177 on tbe bill to promote American com

Mr, Washburne, of Illinois on the admission of the South Carolina

merce ....
3228

, Representatives

.4254 during call of the House.... .3416, 3155 on tie bill relating to vacancies in the on the parchase of Alaska... ..3602,

Mr. Welker

2049 Departments....

,4259

8663, 3665, 3666, 3668 Fines, bill (H. R. No. 735) to repeal an act on the bill to annend the postal laws, 4340, on the bill to establish a collection district approved March 2, 1867, entitled "An act

4412, 4413
in Alaska......

4488 on the bill to provide a government for

to regulate the disposition of, penalties, leave of absencei granted to.......... .3658 and forfeitures received under the laws the Territory of Wyoming ............ 4344 Ferry, Thomas W., a Representative from relating to the customs'?—[By Mr. Eliot.] on the resolution for an adjonrnment to Michigan .......

......2 referred, 1216; reported and passed, 2612. September......

4376, 4411
petitions presented by.....

.9, 78, In Senate : received from House, 2000; releave of absence granted to......... 2225, 2571

90, 103, 490, 605, 018, 901, 1054, ferred, 2622 ; reported, 4264. Farnsworth, Samuel, bill (H. R. No. 973) for

1068, 1161, 2075, 2233, 2789, 3708 résolution remitting the fees and, imposed the relief of-[By Mr. Pomeroy.] bills introduced by

upon members of this House for being referred, 2143. No. 551--for the relief of Lewis' D.

absent without leave at the present sesFaulkner, Hester, bill (H. R. No. 506) grant: Smith .........

779

sion--[By Mr. Getz, July 22, 1868.] ing a pension to widosv ofJohn Faulkner- No. 636---making appropriations for cer- agreed to, 4430. [By Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.]

tain harbors in Michigan ..........935

935 Finlay, John H., resolution requesting Comreferred, 687.7 3

No. 1189--authorizing the Secretary of the mittee on Invalid Pensions to report on Fees, bill (H. R. No. 78) to amend an act Treasury to sell at public auction certain the expediency of granting a peosion to,

entitled "An act to regulate the, and costs property of the United States at Vacki. late a private in company G, second Illi: to be allowed clerks, inarshals, and attor.

naw, in the State of Michigan.........2935 nois, cavalry-[By Mr. Harding, Decemneys of the circuit and district courts of joint resolution introduced by

ber 12, 1867.] the United States," approved February

No. 207---for the relief of S. S. Bailey, 1217 agreed to, 155. 26, 1853–[By Mr. Kelley.] resolutions submitted by

bill (H, R. No. 770) granting a pension tocommittee discharged, 668, 669.

instructing Committee on Naval Affairs to [By Mr. Nunn:] joint resolution (H. 1. No. 233) in regard

inquire into the expediency of estab- reported and passed, 1296 ; passed Senato to the, of clerks and marshals in bank. lishing a navy-yard and naval depot at with amendments, 3340 ; disagreed to, fi rupt cases--[By Mr. Van Wyck. 1.,

Grand Haven, Michigan-[January 22, 3693; conference, 3694, 3732; confer: - referred, 1869.

1868].....

.687

ence report, 3937; agreed to by Senate, Felonies, bill (H. R. No. 1258) to define, and

instructing the Superintendent of the Pub. 3928; by House, 3937; enrolled, 3981; misdemeanors and to regulate peremptory

lic Grounds to transmit flowers from the approved, 4255. challenges in the courts of the United

public gardens to the national cemete- In Senate: 'received from House, 1292; States--[By Mr. Churchill.) i

ries--[May 27, 1868)...... .2610

referred, 1308; reported, 1515; passed referred, 3164.

in reference to the Ottawas, and Chippe- with amendments, 3921;, conference, Felty, John P., bill (S. R. No. 518) granting

was réservations--[July 6, 1868]...3766 3688; conference report, 3857; cona pension to the widow and child of.

reports made by......

1813, curred in by Senate, 3857; by House, received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346 ;

2024, 2025, 2571, 2872, 3199 3954; enrolled, 3958.

motions made by .. reported and passed, with amendment,

2020, 3811 Finney, Darwin A., a Representative from 3892; conference report agreed to by remarks on the bill for the relief of Williain Pennsylvania......

11 House, 4181; by Senate, 4182; enrolled,

Shunk....
2024, 2025 leave of absence granted ......

11 on bill for relief of F, C. Sloo, 2025, 2026 4186. Fendall, Philip R., bill (S. No. 268) for the

on the bill to exempt certain manufactures 157) in regard to requiring steamboats to use

'from tax ..... relief of.

.2229, 2230 a newly.invented-[By Mr. Eggleston.]

.2420 received from Senate, 1667; passed, 1768;

on the New York post office...

referred, 636.

on the bill concerning collection districts First Presbyterian church-see Church. enrolled, 1774.

in Michigan.....

2612 Fish, joint resolution (H. R. No. 273) making Ferguson, Melinda, bill (H. R. No. 177)

on the joint resolution relative to Captain an appropriation for the expenses of exgranting a pension to, widow of James Thomas H. Stevens... 2872, 2873 periments in the propagation of-[By Mr. Ferguson, late a private in company C, on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060), 3049, 3050 Myers ] first regiment Kentucky cavalry-[By Mr.

.3209,

on the river and harbor bill.. Miller. ]

referred, 2529.

8557, 3559, 3560, 3614 Fisher, George, bill (H. R. No. 1126) for the reported and passed, 2908 ; passed Senate, on the order of business...

8766 relief of the heirs and legal représenta4895; enrolled, 4434 ; approved, 4498. lease of absence granted to..,

2288 tives of, deceased-[By Mr. Schenck.] In Senate: received from House, 2925; | Fields, William C., a Representative from referred, 2634. referred, 2935; reported, 8814 ; passed, New York.........

...2 Fisheries, joint resolation (H. R. No. 308) 4364; enrolled, 4443.

petitions presented by......

.785, relative to the--[By Mr. Butler, of MassaFerriss, Orange, a Representative from New

815, 1428, 1909, 2113, 2487, 3145 chusetts.] York .....

......2
bill introduced by

referred, 8462. petitions presented by..

433, 452, No. 286—relating to the back pay of Fishing license, bill (H. R. No. 790) relative 552, 648, 785, 1025, 1094, 1202, soldiers and sailors............ .208

to, and the payment of the tonnage tax1229, 1980, 1485, 1644, 1774, 2287, incidental remarks by ............

..1619 [By Mr. Pike.] 2290, 2304, 2318, 2587, 3050, 4092 leave of absence granted to.......... 2304 referred, 1418.

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his Fishing vessels--see Gulf of St. Lawrence; | Fleming, James, bill (H. R. No. 417) for the Frauds, bili (H. R. No. 369) to prevent, in the Vessels.

relief of, a soldier of the war of 1812--[By collection of the tax on distilled spirits Fisk, Esther, bill (H. R. No. 1242) granting Mr. Scofield.)

[By Mr. Schenck.] a pension to-[By Mr. Benjamin. referred, 474.

'reported, 364; discussed, 364; passed, 366; reported and passed, 3103 ; passed Senate, Florida--see Reconstruction.

pasged Senate with amendment, 422; con4395 ; eni olled; 4134; approved, 4498. credentials of Representatives-elect pre- curred in, 422 ;

enrolled, 433; approved, In Senate: received from House and re

sented and referred........ .3614 510. ferred; 3119; reported, 3954; passed, reported, 3655.

: 'In Senate: received from House, 346; re. 4366; enrolled, 4143.

Flowers, resolution instructing the superin- ferred, 358; reported, 404 ; passed with Fttch, Louisa, bill' (S. No: 359) granting a

tendent of the public grounds to transmit,

amendment, 404; concurred in by. House, pension to, widow of E. P. Fitch, de. from the public gardens to the national

405; enrolled, 434. ceased.

cemeteries-[By Mr. Ferry, May 27,

bill (H. R. No. 899) explanatory of an act received from Senate, 1839; referred, 1869 : 1868.)

entitled "An act to prevent, in the colreported and passed, 3892; enrolled, 3948. Fitzgerald, Daniel, resolution requesting Com

lection of the tax on distilled spirits," adopted, 2610.

approved January 11, 1868-[By Mr. mittee on Foreign Affairs to investigate Floyd, Rachel, bill (H. R. No. 396) granting

Chanler.] the matter of the arrest and imprisonment a pension to, widow of Joseph Floyd, late

referred, 1769. of, by the British authorities-[By Mr.

private in company B, twentieth Iowa vol

: bill (S. No. 442) to amend section one of an Ward, January 6, 1868.]

unteer infantry-[By Mr. Price.] adopted, 334. referred, 474

act to prevent and punish, upon the

revenue, approved March 3, 1863. Fitzgerald, David, letter of, to Hon. Hamilton Forfeiture, bill (H. R. No. 536) to prohibit

received from Senate, 3271; referred, Ward....

..833
assessors and collectors of United States

3476 ; reported and passed, 4469; enFlanders, Alvan, a Delegate from Washington revenue and their deputies from beiug in

rolled, 4492. Territory.

terested directly or indirectly in any, for

Freedmen, bill (H. R. No. 438) to promote petitions presented by.. 678, a violation of the revenue laws-[By Mr.

agricultural industry in the States recently 1418, 1833, 1900, 1909, 1974 Miller.]

in rebellion, and to secure homesteads to bills introduced by-' referred, 778.

[By Mr. Boutwell.] No. 758—to reopen the military road over Ford, Robert, bill (8. No. 550) for the relief of.

referred, 47a. the Cæur d'Alene mountains........1217 received from Senate, 3761; passed, 4090; bill (H. R. No. 122) to facilitate the occupaNo. 926–in relation to certain overflowed enrolled, 4183.

tion of public lands by, under the homelands in King county, Washington Ter | Foreign Affairs, the Committee on, 3556, 3563 stead actr[By Mr. Paine.] ritory 1900 instructions to...

..........3, 8, 154,

reported and tabled, 538; (see bill H. R. No. 927—for the relief of E. Hig:

334, 806, 1218, 2291, 2307, 2570, 2976 No. 267.) gins...

.1900
reports from...

....152,

Freedmen's Affairs, the Committee on. No. 1004-granting the right of way to the 385, 783, 831, 1294, 1797, 2528, 3732 instructions to.....

...967 Lake Washington Coal Company, in discharged from subjects...... ..3732

reports from, 601, 664, 890, 1791, 1793, 3131 King county, in the Territory of Wash || Foreign intercourse, statement of expenditures resolution calling for reports of Major Gen. ington .....

.2289 from the fund for contingent expenses of, eral Carlin for the past six months relNo. 1041-granting the right of way to the from December 1, 1865, to November 30, ative to the condition of, in the States Walla-Walla and Columbia River Rail

1866, inclusive ......

...1224

of Tennessee and Kentucky--[By Mr. road Company.

.2380

Fort Covington, joint resolution (H. R. No. Arnell, July 1, 1868.] No. 1042-to aid in the construction of a railroad from Walla-Walla to the Colum

264) to provide for the sale of the site of, objected to, 1613; agreed to, 3658.

in the State of Maryland-[By Mr. Gar: resolution for printing five thousand extra bia river......

.2380
field.)

copies of the report of the Committee No. 1057-in relation to the judicial dig.

on--[By Mr. Paine, April 21, 1868.] triet of Washington Territory........2406

reported, 2457; passed, 2457; passed SenNo. 1145 – to establish unpaid immigra

ate, 3381 ; enrolled, 3411 ; approved, 3731. referred, 2320; reported and agreed to, In Senate : received from House and re

2372. tion agencies at Liverpool, Glasgow, and

ferred, 2488; reported and passed, 3347; Freedmen's Bureau, bill (H. R. No. 377) to Dublin, in Great Britain and Ireland, enrolled, 3389.

continue the-[By Mr. Eliot.] 2750 No. 1160--to enable the county of Clark, Fortifications, bill (H. R. No. 393) defining the Fort Leavenworth-see Reservation,

referred, 473. in the Territory of Washington, to pro

bill (H. R. No. 598) to continue the-[By vide a fund for extinguishing the in

act making appropriations for the repair, Mr. Eliot.) debtedness of said county......

reported and recommitted, 890; substitute 2874

&c., of certain, approved March 2, 1862No. 1198—for relief of J. T. Turner, 2936 [By Mr. Driggs. ]

reported, 1793; discussed, 1813, 1934, joint resolution introduced byreferred, 474.

1993 ; passed, 1998; passed Senate with No. 334-in relation to the

amendment, 3089; concurred in, 3310; pay

Four-and-a-Half street, joint resolution (H. R.

of the messenger and acting teller in the office i No. 253) to change the name of, in the

enrolled, 3327 ; not returned, become a of the Sergeant-at-Arms.......

law, 3928. .4000 city of Washington, to Lincoln avenueresolations submitted by-... [By Mr. Farnsworth.

In Senate : received from House, 1992; to permit members necessarily absent from »: referred, 2331.

referred, 1992; reported, 2274 ; dis the House in drawing for seats to have | Fox, Jacob, bill (H. R. No. 532) for the relief

cussed, 2769, 3053; passed with amend selections made for them by friends- of-[By Mr. Humphrey.]

ments, 3058 ; concurred in by House, [February 10, 1868).................... 1084 * referred, 778.

3316; enrolled, 3321. inquiring the amount of Indian spoliation || Fox, John, a Representative from New

remarks byclaims now on file, growing out of the

...mi 1829

Mr. Adams..... .1817, 1934, 1997 Indian war of 1855 and 1856, in Oregon, incidental remarks by .......

.....1329

(See Appendix.) Washington, and Montana—[February remarks on the articles of impeachment,

Mr. Arnell..................

.1995, 1996, 1998 14, 1868].....

1616 | noii; Mr. Banks

1814 instructing Committee on Territories to Franking privilege, bill (H. R. No. 897) reg.

Mr. Barnes inquire into the expediency of providing

Mr. Blaine.....

1997 ulating the use of the-[By Mr. Loughfor a uniform systénı of registration of ridge.]

...1817

Mr. Cullom legal voters in all Territories of the Uni.

Mr. Eldridge...

.1814, referred, 474. ted States--[February 19, 1868]....1277

1815, 1817, 1997, 3310 instructing Committee on Territories to resolution instructing Committee on the Post

Mr. Eliot.....

. 1793, 1813, Office and Post Roads to inquire into inquire in regard to the location of a

1814, 1815, 1817, 1934, 1993, penitentiary in the Territory of Wash.

the , expediency of totally abolishing
the-[By Mr. Julian, January 22, 1868.

1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 3310 ington-[May 12, 1868)...... 2429

Mr. Farnsworth

..1997 incidental remarks by..... agreed to, 694.

Mr. Haight

..1993 remarks on drawing for seats.............. 1085 bill (H. R. No. 1013) conferring the, upon

Mr. Holman.

.1813, 1997 on the civil appropriation bill....vo.. 1454, Miss Dorothy L. Dix-[By Mr. May.

Mr. Kerr............................

..1813, 1998 1457, 1458 nard.]

Mr. Pike

.1998 on the Post Office appropriation bill, 1635 referred, 2304.

Mr. Taylor ...........

...1998 on the Walla-Walla and Colombia rail- resolution in relation to the extension of the, Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky... 1815, 1998 road bili.....

2380

to the heads and members of the legis. Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.. .1997 on the Puget sound railroad bill...... 2443 lative branches of such foreign Govern

Mr. Wood............. .1993, 1996, 1997 on the bill to increase registers' and re. ments as shall extend the same privilege

yeas and nays on the ...... 1997, 1998, 3310 ceivers' compensation ......... 2972, 2973

to the members of the Government of

joint resolution (H. R. No. 200) in reference on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060), 3064, 3065

the United States--[By Mr. Driggs, to the continuance of the, in the State on the joint resolution in reference to the April 21, 1868.]

of Tennessee--[By Mr. Arnell.] teller of the Sergeant-at-Arms...... 4000 agreed to, 2820.

referred, 1082.

... 1177

...1998

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