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Freedmen's Bureau-- Continued.
joint resolution (H, R. No. 232) authorizing

assignment of a lot of land in St. Au.
justine, Florida, to the Commissioner
of the, for educational purposes-[By

Mr. Eliot.) reported and passed, 1791. In Senate: received from House, 1789;

referred, 1782. bill (8. No. 567) relating to the, and provid

ing for its discontinuance. received from Senate, 3974; discussed,

4004; passed with amendments, 4007; agreed to by Serrate, 4080; enrolled, 4082; vetoed, 4479; passed over veto

by Senate, 4478; by House, 4479. remarks byMr. Adams.....

.4005, 4006 Mr. Allison

...4005 Mr. Arnell ....... .4005, 4006, 4479 Mr. Boyer......

4004, 4007 Mr. Brooks.... ..4004, 4005, 4007 Mr. Eldridge.

.4007 Mr. Eliot

..4004,

4005, 4006, 4007, 4479 Mr. Paine ..................................

-4007 Mr. Pike

.4005 yeas and nays on the.......... 4007, 4479 Free ports, resolution in reference to the action

of the Mexican Government in establishing, at Matamoras and other points on the Rio Grande---[By Mr. Blaine, June

10, 1868.] agreed to, 2976. Freer, Garrett W., bill (H. R. No. 1252) grant.

ing a pension to the children of-[By

Mr. Vau Aernam.] reported and passed; 3105; clerical error

corrected, 3i33; passed Senate, 4395;

enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate : received from House and re

ferred, 3120; reported, 3954; passed,

4366; enrolled, 4143. French, B. B., bill (H. R. No. 1825) for the

relief of-[By Mr. Mercur.] reported and passed, 3555; passed Senate,

3761; enrolled, 3804; approved, 4003. In Senáte: received from House, 8551; re.

ferred, 3552; reported, 3607; passed, 3721;

enrolled, 3770. Frencli, John R.; a Representative fronı North Carolina.......

....3761, 3764 Fruit trees, resolution 'iostracting the Com.

inittee of Ways and Means to inquire into the expediency of allowing to be deducted from the income of any person the cost of purchasing and planting-[By Mr.

Nicholson, May 29, 1868.] agreed to, 2682. Fry, Joseph A., bill (H. R. No. 1263) granting

a peusion to-[By Mr. Van Trump.] referred, 3164; reported and passed, 3894;

passed Senate; 4395; enrolled, 4484; ap

proved, 4-198. In Senate: received from House and re

ferred, 3917;. reported, 4145; passed,

4367; enrolled, 4443... Fuhrman, Captain Jacob 8., joint resolution

(H. R. No. 347) to pay the claim of-[By

Mr. Cake.] referred, 4252. Funding bill-see Bonds. resolution in reference to a-[By Mr. Blaine,

July 1, 1868. ) objected to, 3655.

.........802

Garfield, James A., a Representative from Garfield, James A., a Representative from

.2 Ohio-Continued. petitions presented by ......9, 37, 62, 78, 119, remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from 241, 295, 312, 433, 652, 690, 949,

internal tax....

16, 17 1054, 1558, 1909, 2050, 2233, 2318, on the resolution in regard to the House 2330, 2348, 2351, 2387, 2456, 2544,

restaurant

..27 2582, 2957, 3814, 3853, 4092, 4264 on the bill to suspend the further reduction bills introduced by

of the currency....

... 70 No. 319-to furnish honorable discharges on President's message...73, 76, 179, 371

to certain soldiers and sailors, and to on the rule relating to the printing of repeal section twenty-one of an act to bills. ........

.91 provide for enrolling and calling out on the resolution relating to the reorgani. the national forces, approved March 3, zation of the Department of Agricul. 1865.....

,257
ture.........

.97 No. 687--to provide for the gradual re- on the resolution for printing the loan and

turn to specie payments............... 1083 currency laws........ No. 688-toauthorize gold contracts...1083 on the pay of committee clerks. ..... .132 No. 866-to facilitate the settlements of on the bill relating to cashiered Army

the accounts of paymasters of the officers........ ...., 132, 133, 134, 232 Army

.......... 1703 on the Union Pacific railroad bill, 212, 233 No. 905—to establish å national system on the memorial of Captain E. V. Brook, of military education....................-1791 field ......

.......231 No. 1084-granting a pension to Mrs. on the bill in relation to additional Kezie Holman

......2349
bounty ......

.232, 713 No. 1062-to grant the right of way to the on the bill in relation to deserters.....257, Whiteball and Plattsburg Railroad Com

258, 259, 260, 283, 285 pany......... ..... 2440 on the order of business...

.294, No. 1152-to restore the Bureau of Indian

489, 1858, 2083, 2239, 2291, Affairs to the Department of War...2756

2306, 2471, 2498, 2543, 2574, No. 1128—for relief of Isaac Watts, 2677

3064, 3364, 3804, 3841, 4343 No. 1873-establishing rules and articles on the bill defining a quorum of the for the government of the armies of the Supreme Court....

..488 United States .....

......... 3853 on the suppleinentary reconstruction bill No. 1377--to reduce and fix the military (H. R. No. 439)... 543, 582, 593 peace establishment......

.8882 on the bill for the relief of A. F. BockNo. 1378-declaring the meaning of the well.......

.590, 591 several acts in relation to retired officers on the bill authorizing the sale of a miliof the Army........

3883

tary site at Waterford, Pennsylvania, 693 joint resolutions introduced by

on the petition askivg extra pay to volNo. 153–for the relief of A. F. Rock

unteer officers.......

........ 714 well................

.......590 on the bill for the sale of the arsenal No. 226-appointing managers of the Na. grounds at St. Louis.........714, 715, 716

tional Asylum for Disabled Soldiers. 1683 on the bill in relation to taxing national No. 261-authorizing the Secretary of War bank shares .........

to furnish supplies to an exploring expe. on the resolution concerning one of the dition

.2407

judges of the Supreme Court. ......... 863 No. 264-to provide for the sale of the on the resolution authorizing the Secre

site of Fort Covington, in the State of tary of War to employ counsel in certain
Maryland.....
.2437

... 991, 992 No. 266--to authorize the enlargement on the Military Academy appropriation of the Hygeia llotel at Fortress Mon

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

.........996, -1510 .2500 on drawing for seats...

. 1085 resolutions submitted by

on the legislative appropriation bill... 1132, directing the joint Committee on the Pay

1133, 1140, 1141, 3702, 3703, of the Employés of the two Houses to

3705, 3706, 3707, 3724, 3725 inquire into the expediency of fixing on the civil appropriation bill . 1511, the pay of clerks of the committees of

1512, 2001, 2028 this House by law-[December 11, on the articles of impeachment....... 154+, 1867) ............ ....... 132

1560, 1039 directing Committee on the Rules to in. on questions relating to impeachment, quire into the expediency of adopting a

1504, 1868, 2292 rule that members having received con- on report on the cancellation and dest, ucsent of the House to make personal tion of United States bonds, 1847, 1852 explanation shall confine their remarks on the bill to facilitate the settlement of strictly to personal matters--[December paymasters! accounts...........1847, 1848 12, 1867] ......

.........153 on the joint resolution to regulate the instructing Committee on the Judiciary freight tariff on the Pacific railroad, 1861

to inquire into the expediency of provid- on the bill for the admission of Alabama, ing by law for the settlement of con

1862, 1938 tested elections for electors of the Pres- on the bill for the relief of W. W. Holden ident and Vice President-[March 24,

and others........

.1933 1868)........

2083 on the joint resolution for the relief of reports made by, 132, 231, 232, 257, 590, 693, the heirs of Major A, L. Brewor, 2029

714, 1791, 2082, 2083, 2400, 2500, 2572, on the bill to exempt certain manufactures 2677, 2679, 2680, 3105, 3199, 3594, 3882, from tax...2102, 2105, 2106, 2229, 2231

3883, 3943, 3946, 3948, 4080, 4215, 4493 on the motion to print Manager Butler's motions made by ........... 155, 232, 363, 571, , argument on the impeachment trial, 590, 1633, 1683, 1772, 1790, 1791, 1848,

2292, 2305 1860, 1861, 2028, 2082, 2307, 2408, 2416, during call of the House..... 230.5 2441, 2499, 2500, 2671, 2679, 2680, 3073, on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri 3308, 3311, 8365, 8594, 3595, 3671, 3853, can citizens abroad......

2:11 3938, 3946, 3973, 4215, 4429, 4490, 4492 on the report in regard to lighting the incidental remarks by....

.70,
Hall.....

2318 152, 156, 257, 282, 291, 363, 402, on the Alta Vela resolution......2345, 2346 671, 693, 836, 1093, 1161, 1540, 1683, on the Washburne and Donnelly contro1772, 1774, 1790, 1791, 1848, 1860, 1866,

versy......... 2349, 2359, 2360, 2361 2070, 2071, 2082, 2099, 2292, 2364, 2407, on the tax bill ( H. R. No. 1060), 2420, 2848, 2409, 2410, 2480, 2502, 2582, 2544. 2680,

2851, 2854, 2855, 2881, 2886, 2887, 2753, 3376, 3525, 8588, 8689. 3615, 3758,

2888, 2889, 2594, 2914, 2016, 2553, 3760, 3762, 3841, 3982, 4069, 4082, 4239,

2978, 2981. 2.392, 3041, 3061, 3066, 4306, 4469, 4490, 4491, 4494, 4500, 4520

3070, 3071, 3073, 8110, 3134, 3136

cases..........

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Gaff, Thomas W., hill (H. R. No. 545) for the

relief of, Thomas Gaff, and M. D. Stock

man--[By Mr. Holman.] referred, 779. Gaither, Mrs. Mary, bill (S. No. 321) for the

relief of, widow of Wiley Gaither, de

ceased. received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869 ;

reported and passed, 3898; enrolled,

3948. Gardner, Emily, bill (H. R. No. 919) for the

relief of-[By Mr. Eckley. ] referred, 1900.

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Garfield, James A., a Representative from Gass, Mrs. Helen L., bill (H. R. No. 138) for Getz, J. Lawrence, a Representative from Ohio-Continued. the relief of-By Mr. Pile.]

Pennsylvania--Continued. remarks on the Whitehall and Plattsburg reported adversely, 361.

remarks on the legislative appropriation railroad bill ............ 2440 Gates, Jacob, bill (H. R. No: 619) granting an bill........

........1051 on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c., invalid pension to~[By Mr. Morrell.] on questions relating to impeachment, 1345 2451, 2452, 2453 referred, 934.

on the articles of impeachment........1560 on the joint resolution providing for the || Gaugers, bilt (H. R. No. 1061) providing for

1618, 1639 sale of the site of Fort Covington, 2457 the appropriation of four additional, for the (See Appendix.) on the resolution concerning a letter to port of Philadelphia-[By Mr. O'Neill.] on the order of business...

...2368 Senator Hendersou.......... .2471 referred, 2440

on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a on the financial policy of the country, 2480 | Gause, Solomon, bill (H. R. No. 1244) grant- recusant witness...............

2587, 2675 on the bill for the relief of Charles E. ing a pension to the widow and minor during call of the House..... ..., 2644, Capehart................ ............... 2499 children of-[By Mr. Polstey.]

2648, 3416, 3454, 3455 on the joint resolution relating to the hotel reported and passed, 3103 ; passed Senate,

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)......3041, at Fortress Monroe..... ..2500 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498.

3044, 8106 on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a re- In Senate: received from House and re- on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......3493, casant witness............. 2586, 2941, 2944 ferred, 3119; reported, 3954 ; : passed,

3537, 4089 on Indian appropriation bill....2592, 2614 4366 ; enrolled, 4443.

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341), on the joint resolution to supply docu- General Orders, resolution in relation to, Nos.

3731 ments to the national asylums.......2610 15 and 17--[By Mr. Robinson, May 18, leave of absence granted to ............. .3730 on the bill for the relief of Isaac Watts, 2677 1868.]

Gibbons, Henry S., joint resolution (H. R. on the bill authorizing the sale of Port proposed, 2532.

No. 211) for the relief of, late postinaster Leavenworth reservation.............. 2681 Gensler, Catharine, bill (H. R. No. 1408) grant- at St. Johns, Michigan-[By Mr. Driggs.] on reception of the Chinese embassy, 2906 ing a pension to—[By Mr. Van Aernám:] referrred, 1419. on the bill for the relief of certain citizens

reported and passed, 1408 ; passed Senate, Gilmer, John A., letter of, February 11, 1868, of Arkansas......

........ 8030 4395; enrolled, 4435; approved, 4497. relating to reconstruction in North Caro: on the resolution of instructions on the In Senate : received from House and referred, lina....

1906 tax bill............

.8168 3917 ; reported, 4197; passed, 4369; en- Ginsler, Catharine, bill (H. R. No. 1222) on the national safe deposit bill, 3201,3202 rolled, 4443.

granting a pension to-[By Mr. Burr.] on the river and harbor bill.....3202, 8593 Geological and mineralogical survey, bill (H. reported and passed, 3101 ; passed Senate, on the bill to promote American coin- R. No. 360) to provide for a, of the Terri- 4395. merce..

8229 tory of New Mexico-[By Mr. Clever.] In Senate : received from House and reon the bill for the relief of the heirs of referred, 331.

ferred, 3119; reported, 3900; passed, Thomas W. Harvey ............: 3295, 3297 || Georgia-see Reconstruction.

4364 ; enrolled, 4443. on the bill to relieve certain citizens of credentials of Representatives-elect pre- || Gittings, Lavinia A., bill (H. R. No. 1238) North Carolina from political disabili.

sented and referred.....

.4334, granting a pension to, mother of Andrew ties ...... .8307

4412, 4433, 4491 I. Gittings-[By Mr. Polsley. ] on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284). 3337, reported ........... .4471, 4472, 4499, 4600 reported and passed, 3108; passed Senate,

3377, 3879, 3399, 3415, 3422, 3441, || Gestiger, John, bill (8. R. No. 251) for the 4895 ; enrolled, 4484; approved, 4498. 3442, 3445, 3460, 3479, 3494, 3497, - relief of-[By Mr. Sawyer.]

In Senate : received from House and re3498, 3499, 3528, 3585, 3537, 4089 referred, 90.

ferred, 8119; reported, 3900; passed, on the joint resolation in regard to the || Gettysburg Asylum for Invalid Soldiers, reso- 4365 ; enrolled, 4443.

sale of damaged ordnance.. ..8376 lution inquiring the reasons for the exemp- Globe, resolution directing that the numbers on the bill for the relief of Abednego B. tion of the scheme known as the, from the Rowden ...............

of all-bills and joint resolutions, with their .8553 payment of the special tax- [By Mr. Van on tbe bill in relation to additional boun

titles, shall be inserted in the-[By Mr. Wyck, December 12, 1867.)

Lawrence, of Ohio, March 13, 1878.] ties........

............... 3722 agreed to, 162. on the bill relating to Fort Gratiot reserva

referred, 1870 ; reported and adopted, 2204. requesting the Commissioner of Internal

resolution relating to the revision of speeches tion, in the State of Michigan, 3728,8724 Revenue to revoke the permit hereto

for publication in the Congressionalon the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341), fore given exempting the, from the pay. [By Mr. Covode, February 5, 1868.]

3729, 3730, 3939 ment of special tax and license-[By on the bill to fix the military peace estab.

objected to, 990.

Mr. Van Wyck, January 22, 1868.] lishment............ 3882, 3948, 3949, 3950,

resolution directing the reporters of the Conreported and agreed to, 691. 8951, 3952, 3958, 3968, 3969, 3970,

gressional, to report in full each distinct Getz, J. Lawrence, a Representative from 3971, 3972, 3973, 1974, 3982, 4493

proposition, motion, resolution, or bill, Pennsylvania

.2

and each amendment or modification on the bill concerning retired officers in petitions presented by.

.9, 18,

thereto, or substitute therefor, offered the Army...........3888, 3946, 3947, 8948 490, 1833, 2582, 2686, 2725, 2757, 4264

for the consideration of this House by on the bill in relation to New York war bilt introduced by

any member or delegate-[By 'Mr. claims.......

3945, 3946 No. 1132_to authorize the construction Chenler, May 14, 1868.) on the tariff bill......

64013

of a railroad and telegraph line from referred, 2457. on the state of the Union ......... 4092

the city of Washington, District of

Glossbrenner, Adam J., & Representative (See Appendix.)

Columbia, to the city of Cleveland, in on the funding bill........4133, 1174, 4181,

from Pennsylvania..

.2 the State of Ohio, by the nearest direst

.217, 4184, 4187, 4188, 4189, 4190, 4192, 4196,

line......

petitions presented by

.....2750 4217, 4218, 4224, 4225, 4801, 4802, 4497 résolutions submitted by~

1402, 1428, 1909, 2582, 2789, 3116 personal and explanatory, 4370, 4371, 4372 instructing Committee on Reconstruction

bills introduced by on the resolution for an adjournment to to inquire whether the States of Massa- No, 737-relating to settlers on that porSeptember...........

4376
chusetts and Pennsylvania have repub-

tion of the Fort Randall military reser. on the amendment to the homestead law, lican forms of government, or do not

vation vacated by the order of General ,4415 need reconstruction-[December 12,

Grant in 1867. on the taxation of bonds-see Appendix. **1867]......

153 No. 820-granting a pension to Martha. leave of absence granted to.......... 1218 in relation to the expenses of collecting

Lindsay extended....

1451, 2233 revenue-[June 30, 1868]. .......3614 motions made by ........ 1347, 2305 Gas Company, bill (H. R. No. 1294) to incor- remitting the fees and fines imposed upon

incidental remarks by.............156, 157, 417, porule the Citizens'-[By Mr. Ingersoll.] members of this House for being absent

695, 1161, 1334, 1893, 2216, 3273 referred, 3363,

without leave at the present session

remarks on the resolution reported for the Gas-Light Company, resolution in reference [July 22, 1868)........

...4430 impeachment of the President... 1347, to the complaints made of extortionate incidental remarks by:

. 1084,

13.18 charges by the Washington –[By Mr.

1861, 2129, 2164, 2366, 2401, 2756, (See Appendix.) Raum, March 5, 1868.]

3331, 3375, 3440, 3485, 3614, 4379 on the articles of impeachment........1606 agrrent 10, 1681.

remarks on the premature publication of the (See Appendix.) biil (H R. No. 1293) to incorporate the President's

s message........
leave of absence granted to.....

3877 Washington and Georgetowu Coal-Tar personal and exptauatory.

51 Golconda, bill (H. R. No. 448) to change i lig and-[By Mr. Ingersoll.] on the President's message..

name of the ship-[By Mr. O'Neill.] referred, 3363.

on deficieney bill (H. R. No. 320): 289 referred, 551; reported adversely, 2:31; Gas, resolution calling for a statement showing on the bill to facilitate the payment of sent to Senate and recalled, 2828; re. the quantity in feet of illuminating, fur- bounties .......

340, 341 turned, 2876. nished the Government of the United on the supplementary reconstruction bill In Senate : received from Honce, 2627: re. States, &c.-[By Mr. Washburn, of Indi. (H. R. No. 439). ......550, 551 ferred. 2628; recalled by House. 2857; una, Jurur 17, 1868.]

on the joint resolution relating to Govern- returned, 2861 ; committee discharged, agreed to, 3223.

ment advertisements....... ...667 2922.

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12, 13

95, 185

Gold-see Coinage.

Gouler, Charles, bill (H. R. No. 664) granting resolution calling for information in relation a pension to the children of-[By Mr.

to amount of money in, deposited by Perham.]
the Treasury or State Department with reported and passed, 1040; amended, 1092 ;
bankers or brokers-[By Mr. Hunter, passed Senate with amendments. 3340;
May 25, 1868.]

disagreed to, 3693; conference, 3694, 3732; agreed to, 2571.

conference report, 3338; agreed to by Gold and silver, resolution in reference to the Senate, 3928; by House, 3938; enrolled,

expediency of repealing so much of all 4002; approved, 4255. acis as make Treasury notes or anything

In Senate : received from House, 1097 ; reelse tban, coin a legal tender in payment ferred, 1098; reported, 1461; passed with of debts-[By Mr. Woodward, March 23, amendments, 3319; conference, 3688; 1868.]

conference report, 3857; conearred in by agreed to, 2072.

Senate, 3857; by House, 3954; enrolled, Gold contracts, bill (H. R. No. 688) to author.

8958. ize-[By Mr. Garfield.]

Governmental policy, resolution in relation referred, 1083.

to-[By Mr. Ross, March 16, 1868.) Goldsmith Brothers, bill (S. No. 151) for the

referred, 1901. relief of, of the cities of San Francisco,

Governments-see Reconstruction. California, and Portland, Oregon, brokers.

joint resolution (H. R. No. 186) declaratory received from Senate, 2289 ; referred, 2543 ;

of the rights and powers of the Federal reported adversely, 3553.

and State, and the rights of citizenship

(By Mr. Johnson.) Golladay, Jacob S., resolution that the oath

referred, 838. of office be administered to, and that he

Gove, Sainuel F., a Representative from be admitted to a seat from the third dis

Georgia.......

........4412, 4472 trict in Kentucky-[By Mr. Dawes, De.

Graham, Mary, bill (H. R. No. 667) for the cember 2, 1867.]

relief of-[By Mr. Perham.] reported, 3 ; discussed, 56 ; adopted, 61.

reported and passed, 1040; passed Senate, Golladay, Jacob S., a Representative from 3340; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3731. Kentucky.....

........61

In Senate : received from House, 1038; re(See Contested Election.)

ferred, 1068; reported, 1515 ; passed, petitions presented by...........

.98,

3321 ; enrolled, 3359.
119,318, 815, 1025, 1162, 1308, Grant, Albert, bill (s. No. 367) for the relief
1428, 1514, 1716, 1774, 2083

of, bill introduced by

received from Senate, 1633 ; reported and No. 796-to establish a post route from passed, 3558; enrolled, 3563.

Olive Hill, via Epperhartz and Blair's Grant, General V. S., communication from,
Mills, io West Liberty, in the State of relating to trial of Albert M. D. C. Lusa,
Kentucky......
1418

213 joint resolation introduced by

communication from, inclosing, in response No. 236-to authorize a settlement of the

to a resolution of the House,correspond claim of R. H. Earnest, lieutenant

ence relating to removal of Hon. Edwin colonel one hundred and fifteenth Uni

M. Stanton as Secretary of War, and ted States colored troops.............. 1900

also to the removal of Generals Sberidan

and Sickles... resolution submitted by

.240, 241

inclosing a copy of a telegram from Gen. on the death of Hon. Elijah Hise, late a eral Meade...

.........517 Representative from Kentucky---[Janu

correspondence with President in relation ary 24, -1868.)......

.745

to the Secretary of War...............977, incidental remarks by... ......... 3105

978, 1107, 1115 remarks on the Kentucky election........... .59

correspondence with General Hancock on the death of Hon. Elijah Hise, a Rep

relative to, removal of councilmen in resentative from Kentucky.............. 743 New Orleans........

............ 1200 on the resolution reported for the im- communication reporting number of votes

peachment of the President .........1393 cast for constitution in Alabama ... 1813 (See Appendiz.)

Gravely, Joseph J., a Representative from on the Kentucky election (case of McKee Missouri....

..2 vs. Young)...............3389, 3840, 3344 petitions presented by.......... .1025, on reconstruction - see Appendix.

1402, 2075, 2544 leave of absence granted to....... .1998 bills introduced byGoodbue, Justin A., bill (H. R. No. 1048) for No. 209–for ihe relief of Robert V.

payment to, company C, twenty-sixth Ohio Keller, of Neosho, Missouri ............51

volunteer infantry-- [By Mr. Beatty.]: No. 509—to create the southwestern judi. referred, 2406.

cial district of Missouri................ 687 Gorham, George F., bill (H. R. No. 518)

No. 630-to declare a certain road in granting a pension to, late a private in

Missouri a post route......

.935 company B, twenty-ninth regiment Mas- No. 698-in aid of the Atlantic and Pasachusetts volunteer infantry-[By Mr.

cific railroad..........

. 1083 Miller.) ..

No. 958---for the relief of Orlena Walreported and passed, 734; passed Senate

.2070 with amendments, 8386 ; disagreed to,

No. 959—for the relief of Nancy Cox, 8693 ; conference, 3694, 3782; conference

widow of Jesse N, Cox, late of the report, 3988; agreed to by Senate, 3928;

seventy-second enrolled Missouri miliby House, 8938; enrolled, 4002; approved,

tia...... 4255.

No. 990-—-for the relief of Abby Benton, In Senate: received from House, -731 ; re

2228 ferred, 764; reported, 1311 ; passed with

No. 991-for the relief of Zadock T.
Newman...........

.2228
amendments, 3317, 3318; conference,
8688; conference report, 3857 ; concurred

No. 992-granting back pension to Alcy
Mason .......

.2228 in by Senate, 3857 ; by House, 3954 ;

No. 993—for the relief of Pleasant M. enrolled, 3958.

2228 Goss, James H., a Representative from South

No. 994—for the relief of Hugh Boyle, 2228 Carolina ......

.4080, 4215

No. 995—for the relief of J. Booker, 2228 Goulding, Captain Charles N., bill (S. No.

No. 9871—for the relief of William B. 251) for the relief of, late quartermaster Edwards .....

2228 of volunteers.

No. 988—for the relief of James T. received from Senate, 2289, referred, 2459; Wheeler ......... reported and passed, 3554; enrolled, No. 989—for the relief of Charles Har8588.

.2228

vey.

Gravely, Joseph J., a Representative from

Missouri --Continued. motion made by........... ..........901 incidental remarks by ........1022, 1217, 1761 remarks on the Missouri election (case of Birch vs. Van Horn).......,

....401 on the supplementary reconstructiou bill

(H. R. No. 489).... .......... 548 on the Kentucky election (euse of John

Young Brown)............... 900, 901, 942 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......8494 leave of absence granted to........... 98, 4383 Graves, Esther, bill (H. R. No. 1167) granting

a pension to [By Mr. Perham.) reported and passed, 2907 ; passed Senate,

4394; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate: received from House, 2925; re

ferred, 2935; reported, 3814; passed, 4363;

enrolled, 4442. Gray, Andrew J., bill (H. R. No. 1292) to in.

crease the pension of-[By Mr. Holman.] referred, 3363. Greatbouse, Henry, bill (S. No. 108) for the

relief of, and Samuel Kelley. received from Senate, 282; referred, 362;

reported and passed with amendment, 1705; disagreed to by Senate, 1858; conference, 1839, 1860; conference report, 2182; concurred in by Senate, 2108 ; con.

curred in by House, 2132; eurolled, 2143. Gridley, John, bill (H. R. No. 1407) granting

a pension to--[By Mr. Van Aernam.] reported and passed, 8896; passed Senate,

4395 ; enrolled, 4435 ; approved, 4497. In Senate: received from House and re.

ferred, 3917; reported, 4197; passed, 4369;

enrolled, 4143, Griffin, Owen, bill (H. R. No. 282) for the

relief of--[By Mr. Paine.) referred, 162. bill (H. R. No. 1239) granting a pension to

[By Mr. Benjamin.] reported and passed, 4103 ; passed Senate,

-- 4395; enrolled, 4434 ; approved, 4498. In Senate : received from House and re

ferred, 3119; reported, 3954; passed,

4365; enrolled, 4443. Griffin, W. A., bill (S. No. 643) for the relief

of. received from Senate, 4495. Griswold, Mathew C., bill (H. R. No. 1245)

granting a pension to-[By Mr. Van Aer

nam.] reported and passed, 3104; passed Senate,

4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate: received from House and referred, 3119; reported, 3954; passed, 4366 ; en

rolled, 4443. Griswold, John A., a Representative from New York.....

............2 petition presented by.....

2976 bill introduced byNo: 1306-allowing prize money to the

officers and crew of the Monitor for the I fight with the Merrimac in Hampton

Roads, March 9, 1862.......... 3364 joint resolutions introduced by No. 213-in relation to the rights of Amer.

ican citizens abroad......... ......... 1420 No. 339-authorizing the remission of the

duties on a chime of bells imported for presentation to the Episcopal church at Hoosack, Rensselaer county, New York ........

..... 4007 No. 344-authorizing the Secretary of the

Treasury to refund duties paid on a
chime of bells and clock imported for
St. Joseph's cathedral, Buffalo, New
York...........

.4172
resolutions submitted by-
calling for a copy of report of Abraham

S. Hewitt, special commissioner from the United States to the Paris Exposi

tion-[January 22, 1868)................693 in relation to the rights of American citi.

zens abroad-[February 17, 1808), 1229 for printing extra copies of the report of

Abraham S. Hewitt, commissioner to the Paris Exposition-[February 26, 1868)...

.... 1419

ters..

... 2070

Wear

....2228

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Griswold, John A., a Representative from

H.

Hall, Hinman L., bill (H. R. No. 1386) grantNew York-Continued.

Habeas corpus, bill (H. R. No. 1219) amend- ring a pension to--[By Mr. Miller. reports made by..............4007, 4052, 4172 atory of an act entitled “An act relating reported and passed, 38917 passed Senate, motion made by...

......4008 to, and regulating judicial proceedings in 4395;. enrolled, 4434 ; approved, 4498. remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from certain cases"-[By Mr. Woodward.] In Senate: received from House and reinternal tax.........

.....18, 27 referred, 3101; reported adversely, 3267. ferred, 3917; reported, 4146; passed, 4368; on the bill in relation to southern land remarks by

enrolled, 4443. grants.........

......979
Mr. Ingersoll.....

.8267

Hall, William Henry, jr., resolution directing on the legislative appropriation bill, 1089 In Mr. Thomas.....

......3267, 3268

compensation to be paid to, an assistant on the resolution relating to the rights of Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky.............3268 in the east cloak-room--[By Mr. Ross, American citizens abroad.....1229, 1420 Mr. Van Trump.......

......3268

July 25, 1868.] and on the bill to exempt certain manufactures Mr. Washburne, of Illinois............ 3268

agreed to, 4494. from tax........... ..................... 1796 bill (H. R. No. 1261) amendatory of an act w on the Ohio election (case of Delano vs. relating to, and to regulate judicial pro

Hall, Z. M., joint resolution (H. R. No. 341) El Morgan)............. ........ 2784 ceedings in certain cases, approved

for the relief of-[By Mr. Washburne, of on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060), 2855, 2984, March 3, 1863—[By Mr. Thomas.]

Illinois.)

und brom e 3041, 3047, 8106, 3108, referred, 3168; reported, 3267; passed,

reported and passed, 4080; passed Senate, 3134, 3139, 3141, 3144 3268.

4216; approved, 4255. on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284).....3404, In Senate : received from House, 8279 ;

'n In Senate: received from House, 4080 ; re- 3418, 3481, 3498 reported, 4321; discussed, 4404, 4462.

ferred, 4092; reported, 4146, passed, 4161; during call of the House... ...3454 Hackleman, Sarah, bill (H. R. No. 1313)

enrolled, 4210. on the river and barbor bill. .........3565

granting a pension to, widow of Brigadier | Hallett, Jeremiah T., bill (H. R. No. 525) on the tariff bill........ 4009, 4010 General Pleasant A. Hackleman — [By granting a pension to-[By Mr. Trimble, Tres on the funding bill...... ..4177, 4178 ,Mr. Holman. ]

of Kentucky. ] leave of absence granted to ........ ..4381 referred, 3477; reported and passed, 3524 ; reported and passed, 736 ; passed Senate Grover, Asa P., a Representative from Ken

indefinitely postponed by Senate, 3852. with amendments, 3336 ; disagreed to, tucky........ In Senate : received from House, 3521 ; re

3692; conference, 3692, 3732 ; conference petitions presented by.. ........ 119, 901,

ferred, 3521; reported and indefinitely report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928; 2075, 2287, 2371, 2622, 3273, 3767, 4312

postponed, 3767 ; recommitted, 4096. it is by House, 8938; enrolled, 3981; ap. bill introduced by

Haight, Charles, a Representative from New proved, 4255.
Jersey.

.617 . In Senate: received from Honse, 731; reNo. 953—to encourage commerce and

.3363

petitions presented by.......... internal trade by facilitating direct im

ferred, 764; reported, 1404 ; passed with bills introduced by

amendments, 3319 ; conference, 8688 ; portations

2070

No. 810—for the relief of the widow and conference report, 3857; concurred in by remarks on the death of Hon. Elijah Hise, heirs of Thomas W. Harvey, deceased, Senate, 3857; by House, 3954; enrolled, a Representative from Kentucky.....744

1419 3958. during call of the House

.3454

No. 1147—to establish a mail route in the Halsey, George A., a Representative from on the river and harbor bill .....3594, 3595 State of New Jersey...... ......... 2750 leave of absence granted to.....

New Jersey.....
......, 1906, 3597
No. 1158---for the relief of Commander petitions presented by:

267, 699, Gruetti Society, bill (H. R. No. 566) to incor- John L. Davis. ......

2873

1815, 1141, 1162, 1330, 1369, 1460, 1668, porate the, of Washington, District of joint resolutions introduced by

2143, 2176, 2348, 2387, 2622, 2827, 2503 Columbia-[By Mr. Kelley.)

No. 103—for the relief of David Stout

bill introduced by referred, 780; reported and passed, 2163.

Parker and Forman Mathews, owners in Senate : received from House, 2149.

of the schooner Twilight..........

No. 577—to incorporate the Washington

....71 Guard-room, resolution assigning rooms Nos. No. 287—for the restoration of Captain

Coöperative Association in the District

....780

of Columbia....... A and B, opposite the room of the soli- James F. Armstrong, United States citor of the Court of Claims in the Capitol, Navy, to the active list from the retired

remarks on the report on the cancellation as a, and office for the Capitol police

list......
... 2878

.1831,

of United States bonds... [By Mr. Bingham, May 28, 1868.1 resolutions submitted by—

1850, 1851, 1854 reported, 2643 ; agreed to, 2651.

instructing Committee on Commerce to on the bill to exempt certain manufacremarks by-iten

inquire into the condition of the light

tures from tax....... Mr. Allison ........

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)......3139 .2650 house on Absecom Inlet, and what legis.

leave of absence granted to

.. 1711, Mr. Beaman ........!

lation is needed to prevent the destruc

2650 Mr. Bingham .....2643, 2649, 2650, 2651 tion of said property-[January 14,

1927, 2232, 2297 Mr. Brooks....

.2643, 2649
1868]

.........517 | Halstead, George B., joint resolution (S, R. Mr. Broomall... ............ 2649, 2650 in reference to the necessity of opening No. 128) for the relief of. Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, 2649, 2650

an inlet on the New Jersey coast from received from Şenate, 2289; referred, 2544. Mr. Covode......

..2650

the Atlantic ocean to a point near the Hamel, Edward, bill (S. No. 381) granting a outro Mr. Eldridge .......2648, 2649, 2650, 2651

head of Barnegat bay—[February 4, pension to, minor child of Edward Hamel, Mr. Johnson...

.2650
1868] .......

deceased. Mr. Logan......... ......2649, 2650

in reference to the erection of a light-house received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; Mr.Morgan..

.2649

on Raritan bay-[March 5, 1868]... 1681 reported and passed, 3893 ; enrolled, 3948 Mr. Mullins ..........2650, 2651 report made by....

2873 | Hamilton, Miss Ann E., bill (H. R. No. 1383) Mr. Pile........

.....2650
motion made by..

granting a pension to, of Alleghany City, Mr. Schenck..........

.....1127,
2649, 2650
incidental remarks by......

Pennsylvania, aunt and adopted mother 12. Mr. Wood......... .2649, 2650, 2651

1419, 1993, 3375, 3477

of James E. McKillip and Charles B. Mcyeas and nays on the ...............2650, 2651 remarks on the resolution reported for the resolation suspending the execution of the

impeachment of the President....g.1398314 Army-[By Mr. Miller.]

Killip, deceased, late soldiers in the Union resolation setting apart rooms A and B,

(See Appendix.)

reported and passed, 3890; passed Senate, on the New Jersey resolution...2225, 2226 in the Capitol as a, for the use of the

4395; enrolled, 4484; approved, 4497. on the joint resolution relative to Captain Capitol police-[By Mr. Morgan, June

In Senate: received from House and re

James F. Armstrong............ 2873, 2874 1, 1868.]

ferred, 3917; reported, 4145; passed, tabled, 2751.

NA
leave of absence granted to... 117, 2207, 3597

4367; enrolled, 4143.
Hall of the House, resolution relative to the
Gulf of St. Lawrence, joint resolution (H. R.

Hamilton, Charles M., resolution that, is enti

means of lighting the-[By Mr. Broomall, No. 254) for the protection of American

tled to a seat as a Representative from April 4, 1868.] interests in the-[By Mr. Pike.].

Florida--[By Mr. Scotiela, July 1, 1868.] reported and recommitted, 2238; motion to referred, 2332; reported, 2372; discussed, to reconsider, 2318 report read, 2318; Hamilton, Charles M., a Representative from

; , ;

reported and agreed to, 3655. 2372, 2375; passed, 2379; explanation, resolution adopted, 2319. 2400. remarks by

Florida...!

.3614, 3655 In Senate : received from House and re

4253 Mr. Broomall..... 2238, 2239, 2318, 2319

petition presented by...........

IRI ferred, 2417. sem Mr. Garfield..........

2318 resolution submitted byGuthrie, James A., bill (S. No. 420) granting Mr. Holman..

.2238 for the impeachment of Andrew Johnsona pension to.

Mr. Maynard.

2319
25,

4473 received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; Mr. Miller..

.2319 motion made by

.4492 reported and passed, 3102; enrolled, Mr. Pike.....

......2318 incidental remarks by..

3980 8144.

Mr. Washburn, of Indiana ... ...2318 remarks on the resolution for an adjourn. Gymnastic Association, bill (H. R. No. 1200) joint

resolution (H. R. No. 346) for heating so won the bill regulating United States eourts

ment to

4378 to incorporate the Washington-[By Mr. and ventilating the-[By Mr. Taber.] ]

A referred to a select committee, 4252; com. in Florida........
,
mittee named, 4259.

on questions relating to impeachment, 4478

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Hamilton, Hon. Cornelius S., resolution on Harbor-Continued. H

Harding, Abner C., a Representative from IDithe death of, late Representative from the resolution calling for information relative to nois--Continued. heighth district of Ohio-[By Mr. Law. llaethe, at Wilson, Niagara connty, New resolutions submitted by Dr. rence, of Ohio, January 23, 1868.]

York, and the propriety of making an in relation to soldiers' pay or bounty with adopted, 717.

ht appropriation for the improvement of held because of sentences which have remarks by- I.

said harbor-[By Mr. Van Horn, of New been reversed or set aside-[January 8, Mr. Buckland........

tale..... 718
York, February 26, 1868.]

1868]...................................... 403 ani. Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio..........717 agreed to, 1449.

calling for information relative to the fam3 Mr. Morgan.....

........... 718

bill (H. R. No. 880) for the completion of a, 801 ine in Sweden and Norway-[January Mr. Welker............ ............ 719

of commerce and refuge at Michigan 28, 1868]........aniwite.......... 806 resolution directing the Sergeant-at-Arms

City, Indiana-[By Mr. Colfax.] ? in reference to the expediency of granting PUS6.referred, 1759. godine

la pension to Mrs. C. F. McCall-(Februito pay to the widow of, deceased, the (118. amount of compensation that would

19 resolution calling for information in reference Tary 26, 1868]...............................1449 10 have been due to him on the 6th day of li to the, at Michigan City, Indiana—[By ** calling for the names of all persons who February, 1868–[By Mr. Beatty, Feb. 27. Mr. Orth, March 10, 1868. ]

at have applied for appointments in the 89 ruary 26, 1868.] ang buabarren

adopted, 1797.)

1294 Treasury Department, and the name h resolution in reference to a donation of lands agreed to, 1451.73

1" of any member of Congress recommend

to aid in improving the, of Erie-[By Hamilton, John, bill (H. R. No. 388) granting

ing the same in any way since the 20th DES Mr. Scofield, March 17, 1868.]

day of February, 1868-[April 20, 1 pension to, of Ohio-[By Mr. Lawrence,

objected to, 1927. This of Ohio.]

1868] .........

...... 2807 bill (H. R. No. 960) granting lands to the in relation to the pay of Lieutenant John referred, 473. Tid I reall

1 State of Wisconsin to aid in the con- H. Hayes-[May 8, 1868)............ 2400 Hamiin, William S., bill (H. R. No. 674) | struction of a breakwater and, and ship- concerning a pension to Amanda Hop

granting a pension to the widow of--[By canal at the head of Sturgeon bay, in per-[June 9, 1868]..... ...2971 Dart Mr. Van Aernam. ] Orta Boy

said State--[By Mr. Sawyer.]

concerning a pension to Otis Hull-[June st reported and passed, 1043; indefinitely post- referred, 2070.

9, 1868]................

2971 8909 poned by Senate, 1707.

resolution calling for the report of Major H. concerning a pension to Isabella C. HoffIn Senate : received from House, 1038 ;

C. Long on the improvement of the, at man-[June 9, 1868].... ..2971 [ referred, 1068; reported adversely and Alton, Illinois-[By Mr. Baker, April reports made by.........

.... 184, indefinitely postponed, 1694.

13, 1868.]

1141, 1503, 2499, 2587, 2538, 3554, 3555 Hammond, G., letter of, British foreign office, adopted, 2291.

motions made by,

.1112, 1503, 15 January 8, 1857...

joint resolution (S. R. No. 46) in relation to 1504, 2330, 2406, 2408, 2416, 3554, 3555 Hamstead, Charles, bill (H. R. No. 1251) a, at or near Point Sal, on the coast of incidental remarks by.

.668, granting a pension to - [By Mr. Van California.

783, 838, 1177, 1503, 1668, 1711, Aernam.) received from Senate, 2575; referred, 3476.

2429, 2872, 2971, ' 3166, 3441 reported and passed, 3105 ; passed Senate,

resolution calling forinformation concerning remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from 88 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. the condition of the, of Oswego and Sal- internal tax..

.35 Ta In Senate : received from House and re- mon river, on Lake Ontario-[By Mr. on the President's message... 945 ferred, 3120; reported, 3954 ; passed, Churchill, January 17, 1868.]

on the Union Pacific railroad bill...... 211 8844366 ; enrolled, 4143. DEI

agreed to, 602.

on the bill in relation to islands in the Hancock, Major General W. S., joint resolu: Harbors-see Rivers and Ilarbors. 07 3070

Great Miami river...

.....509 tion (H. R. No. 135) tendering thanks of bill (H. R. No. 636) making appropriations on the supplementary reconstruction bill Congress to-[By Mr. Eldridge.]

for certain, in the State of Michigan

(H. R. No. 439)...... .573, 663 tabled, 332.

[By Mr. Ferry]

on the bill for the sale of the arsenal Hand-loom products, resolution in relation to referred, 935.

grounds at St. Louis..... .... 716 the exemption of, from tax-[By Mr. s

joint resolution (8. R. No. 95) authorizing on the bill in relation to taxing national Myers, December 5, 1867.]

the Light-House Board to place warn- barik shares............. .....802 agreed to, 51.

ings over obstructions at the entrance on legislative appropriation bill, 1112, 1251 Harbor, resolution instructing Committee on of, or in the fair-way of bays and sounds. on the Kentucky election (case of Samuel

Commerce to inquire into the expediency received from Senate, 1160; referred, E. Smith)................. ........ 1185

of improving the, at Port Washington, in 1451 ; reported and passed with amend- on the Army appropriation bill, 1285, 1286 111 the State of Wisconsin, and making an ments, 1470; concurred in by Senate, on the resolution reported for the impeachfor appropriation therefor-[By Mr. Eldridge, 14 1501: enrolled, 1512.

ment of the President.................. 1396 December 2, 1867.]

Harding, Abner C., a Representative from Illi: on the civil appropriation bill... 1506, 1507 agreed to, 3.

10 ball
nois......

2 on the bill for the relief of certain exportresolution instructing Committee on Competitions presented by ....144, 617, 745, 949, ters of spirits.................. ........... 1637 merce to inquire into the expediency or bills introduced by—

1229, 1287, 1330, 1644, 1774, 2330, 2827 o on the Tennessee election (case of R. R. 1500 of the Kalamazoo river, in the State of

Butler)...... 1686, 1693, 1707, 1708, 1711 of improving Saugatuck, at the mouth

No. 655 -- for a mail route from Rock on the bill for the relief of the heirs of Michigan--[By Mr. Upson, December

Island to Galesburg, in Illinois......936 General Duncan S. Clinch............ 1681 9, 1867.)

No. 754_for the relief of Henry Evrett, BACS

on the joint resolution relating to the Osage

OSTE TES agreed to, 97. ligona bue bar197

1217 ) Indian lands......... ........... 1704 bil H. R. No. 382) making appropriation

No. 755—for the relief of William W. Wil on the bill prescribing an oath of office in for the improvement of the, of Port

.... 1217 000 certain cases.............. 1707, 1708, 1711 Todo Clinton, Ohio-[By Mr. Buckland.] No. 834—for the relief of Hon. George on the joint resolution providing for the reierred, 473,

W. Bridges, a member of the Thirty- maritime exhibition at Havre........1771 bill (H. R. No. 494) making an appropria

Seventh Congress. .........1503 on the bill providing for the prompt settion for the improvement of Saugatuck,

No. 901—to amend an act supplementary 13 20 tlement of public accountseen..... 1774 in the State of Michigan -[By Mr.

to an act entitled "An act granting pen is on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri

sions,” &c., approved July 4,1864...1774 can citizens abroad............... 2315 101 19

No. 1099—for the relief of Wait Talcott, be referred, 637.

on the bill relating to the Navy and Marine 91

2538 bill (H. R. No. 495) making appropriation

corps......

...... 2323, 2324 -109 x for the improvement of the, of St.

No. 1322—for the relief of Major F. F. on the Alta Vela resolution.........2338 Joseph's and the, of South Haven, in monts

States Army, Wisconsin volunteers, 3564 ashoon the bill to relieve certain citizens of

Stevens, assistant paymaster United on the joint resolution for the protection f8a2t the State of Michigan-[By Mr. Upson.]

of referred, 637

No. 1323 — for

r the relief of Walter D. hepe bad boe7. bill (H. R. No. 548) making an appropriation

Plowden......

3554 North Carolina from political disabilifor the improvement of the, at New BufNo. 1:24–for the relief of Mrs. Mary Lisaties.

...2414, 3307, 3308 Harris, of Oregon.......

on the bill for the relief of John NeuBufalo, in the State of Michigan-[By Mr. Upson.]

No. 1326 — for the relief of Anthony

4 bustaedter...

2502, 2677 Bucher....

3555 on the order of business, 2533, 3346, 3381 referred, 179. td hatdim de Bolo bill (H. R. N6. 613) making an appropriation )

joint resolutions introduced by
No. 110–to amend the pension laws...89 ferits on the Indian appropriation bi...2533

on the bill to promote. American comfor the completion of the improvements Set

No. 183—for the relief of the famishing merce.... 2614, 3228, 3285, 3238 of the, at Dunkirk, New York-[By Mr. le people of Sweden and Norway......78 during call of the House........2646, 2671 Van Aernam.] loot M: o En resolutions submitted by

on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a reore referred, 934.

2669 cusant witness

(COSE 1.-9to report of

on the bill to increase compensation of SPA Milwaukee for expenses on the, of that co a pension to John H. Finlay, late a pri- registers and receivers.

2835 211, city [By Mr. Paine.]

vate in company G, second Illinois cav- on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1040) 2841, referred, 1228. alry—[December 12, 1867)............155

2882, 2979, 3036, 3143

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