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Harding, Ahner C., & Representative from Illi- || Hawkins, Isanc R., a Representative from Hell Gate-Continued. nois—Continued.

Tennessee.....

2 resolution in reference to an appropriation remarks on the bill relating to pensions, 2876 petition presented by.....

..163

for removing obstructions at, and the on the bill to incorporate the National Art bill introduced by

improvement of the eastern harbor of Union Association......

...3061 No. 1815-for the relief of Seth Lea, 3524 New York—[By Mr. Chanler, January on the bill granting a pension to Sarah A. resolution submitted by

29, 1868.] Hackleman....

3130 instructing Committee on the Judiciary to agreed to, 838. on the bill for the relief of Champe Car- inquire into the propriety of so amend- Hemp,. resolution instructing Committee of

.3131

ing the act of as to authorize the Ways and Means to inquire into the expeon clerks twenty per cent. resolution, 3165 payee in all bills, &c., to affix and can: diency of removing the tax on all articles on tho tax bill(H.R. No. 1284),3172, 3400, cel the stamps in all cases where the manufactured out of, grown and manufac

3406, 3421, 3422, 3442, 3446, 3480, 3481 maker thereof has failed to do som tured in the United States--[By Mr. Beck, on the bill for the relief of Walter D.

[January 22, 1868]....

.694 December 17, 1867.] Plowden.........

.3554, 3555 reports made by..................132, 3132, 3524 agreed to, 241. leave of absence granted to.....

1797, 2543 remarks on the bill relating to deserters, 284 | Hennessy, Michael, bill (S. No. 280) granting Harman, William H., bill (S. No. 183) for the on the bill concerning land grants to a pension to, of Platte county, Missouri

. relief of.

southern railroads......

received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; received from Senate, 2614 ; referred, 3616. on the bill to prevent the payment of reported, 2910; passed, 3101; enrolled, Harman, Joseph, bill (H. R. No. 422) for the certain claims.....

3308 ; approved, 3761. relief of-[By Mr. Coburn.]

on the President's message...... 759, 1054 Henry, Violet, bill (S. No. 634) granting a penreferred, 475.

on the bill for the relief of Seth Lca, 3132 sion to. Harner, William H., joint resolution (H. R. on the bill for the relief of Walter D. received from Senate, 4395; passed, 4477 ; No. 113) reinstating and allowing, the Plowden ....

3555 enrolled, 4492. same bounty as though he had not been leave of absence granted to ........, 2363, 2457 | Herring, Sarah E., bill (H. R. No. 1093) for mustered ont under order of June 7, 1862— || Hawley, Lieutenant William, resolution call. the relief of–[By Mr. Anderson.] [By Mr. Logan.]

ing for any report made to Major General referred, 2527. referred, 89.

Winfield S. Hancock by, commanding post | Hess, Mrs. Minne, bill (H. R. No. 546) for the Harper's Ferry, bill (ş. No. 186) providing for at Marshall, Texas, of a riot at that place relief of, of Scott county, Illinois—[By 1** the sale of the lands belonging to the mark

on the 31st of December, 1867—[By Mr. Mr. Burr.] United States at and near, in the county Maynard, January 22, 1868.]

referred, 770. *** of Jefferson, West Virginia.

agreed to, 693.

Hewett, James C., bill (H. R. No. 217) to proreceived from Senate, 1473 ; referred, 1667; || Hay, bill (H. R. No. 504) to regulate the sale vide bounty for, and six others, members

leave asked to report, 1866, 2082, 4080. of, and straw in the District of Columbia- of company F, thirty-fifth New York volHarris, John W., bill" (s. No. 332) granting a [By Mr. Stone.]

unteers-[By Mr. Ward.] pension to. referred, 687.

referred, 53. received from Sennte, 1859; referred, 1869; bill ($. No. 540) to regulate the sale of, in Hibben, Elizabeth G., bill (H. R. No. 1387) reported and passed, 3895; enrolled, 3948. the District of Columbia.

granting a pension to, widow of Rev. SamHarris, Mrs. Mary, bill (H. R. No. 1324) for received from Senate, 3236; passed, 4430; uel Hibben, deceased, late chaplain of the the relief of, of Oregon-[By Mr. Hard- enrolled, 4479.

fourth cavalry regiment Illinois volup! it?"

Hay .contracts, resolution directing inquiry teers-[By Mr. Miller.] reported and passed, 3555.

into all the facts connected with alleged reported and passed, 8891; passed Senate, In Senate: received from House, 3551; fraudulent, entered into in 1864 at Fort 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. referred, 3552

Smith, Arkansas, by W.J. Chanler-[By In Senate : received from House and reHarris Steam Engine Company, bill (H. R. Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, June 8, 1868.] ferred, 3917; reported, 4146 ; passed, No. 1074) to incorporate the, of the Dis- agreed to, 2937. Way

4368; enrolled, 4443. trict of Columbia--(By Mr. Ingersoll.] Hayes, Lieutenant John H., resolution in re. Higby, William, u Representative from Calireferred, 2480.

lation to the pay of-[By Mr. Harding,

fornia

..2 Haryey, Charles, bill (H. R. No. 989) for the May 8, 1868.]

petitions presented by...295, 475, 1294, 1308, relief of-[By Mr. Gravely.) ] agreed to, 2400.

1631, 2022, 2070, 2380, 2542, 3363, 3364 referred, 2228.

Haynie, William, bill (H. R. No. 741) for the bills introduced byHarvey, Thomas W., bill (H. R. No. 782) to relief of, administrator of Ann Haynie- No. 330--for the relief of Joseph Hill & extend certain patents for the benefit of [By Mr. Stokes.]

Sons .........

286 the heirs of the late-[By Mr. Broinwell.] referred, 1217.

No. 885—to amend an act entitled "An reported, 1179; discussed, 1179, 1180; re- Hayti, resolution instructing Committee on aćt making appropriations for the supjected, 1183.

Foreign Affairs to inquire into the propri- port of the Army for the year ending bill (H. R. No. 810) for the relief of the ety of providing by law that the represent- June 30, 1868,'' and for the relief of the

widow, and heirs of, deceased—[By Mr. atives of this Government to, Liberia, and Colorado and Nevada volunteers....1759 Haight.]

other parts of Africa shall be selected No. 1098-to aid the San Francisco and referred, 1419; reported, 8132; discussed, from citizens of African descent-[By Mr. Humboldt Bay Railroad Company in the 3295; rejected, 3297. Maynard, December 12, 1867,]

construction of a railroad from San Franremarks byreferred, 154,

cisco to the town of Humboldt Pay, in Mr. Dawes..

.3133, 3296 resolution in relation to the revolution in, the State of California......... ..2534 Mr. Garfield..

3295, 3297 and the protection of our flag-[By Mr. No. 1113—to establish a post route in the Mr. Holman .3133 Chanler, May 26, 1868.]

State of California..... Mr. Myers, 3132, 3133, 3295, 3296, 3297 adopted, 2585.

resolutions submitted by Mr. Shellabarger....

.3297 || Healy, Samuel, bill (H. R. No. 951) for the in reference to printing the report of J. Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania ........3133 relief of, late lieutenant fifty-sixth Pennto Mr. Washburne, of Illinois......

Ross Browne, special commissioner for ..3133 sylvania volunteers-[By Mr. Woodward.] the collection of mining statistics in the Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts, 3295, referred, 2069.

i jor i States and Territories west of the Rocky 3296, 3297 | Heatherly, James, bili (H. R. No. 677) grant- mountains—[December 18, 1867)...267 yeas

the... 3295, 8297 ing a pension to the children of-[By Mr. allowing a clerk to the two Committees on Hasendabel, Marie and Apollonia, bill (H. R. Nnnn.]

Mines and Mining and the Pacific RailNo. 235) for the relief of, of St. Louis, reported and passed, - 1043; passed Senate road, and fixing his compensation-[DeMissouri-[By Mt. Pile.] with amendments, 3340 ; disagreed to, cember 20, 1867).........

......312 referred, 90 ; reported adversely, 312.

8694 ; conference, 3694, 3782; conference directing the Secretary of State to inform Hassett, Mary, joint resolution (H. R. No. 302) report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928; the House of the amount of money paid

for the relief of the heirs of, of the State by House, 3938; enrolled, 3981 ; approved, out for special counsel each year since per of Alabama-[By Mr. Stokes.] 4255.

1860, besides the amount paid to salreferred, 3363.

In Senate : received from House, 1038; re- aried officers, &c.-[February 10, 1868], Haughey, Thomas, a Representative from Ala- ferred, 1068; reported, 1515; passed with

1084 4173, 4293 amendments, 3321 ; conference, 3688; for printing Land Office report joint resolution introduced by u conference report, 3857; concurred in by [June 30, 1868).

101

.3613 No. 357–placing the loyal citizens of the Senate, 3857; by House, 3954; enrolled, for the payment of $2,000 to Joseph Powell State of Alabana on equal terms with 3958.

for expenses in contesting the seat of citizens of other States, according to Heaton, David, a Representative from North Hon. R. R. Butler, a Representative the act of July 4, 1864..... 4416 Carolina.....

3082, 4083

from the first district of TennesseeHaupt, George H., resolution for paying, and Hell Gate, joint resolution (H. R. No. 106) for [July 6, 1868).......

..........3759 Lewis W. Leeds, witnesses before the Com- removing obstructions to navigation in East directing $2,500 to be paid to John D. mittee on Public Buildings and Grounds- river and, in the port of New York—[By Young for expenses incurred in the con[By Mr. Covode, June 20, 1868.] Mr. Barnes. ]

tested-electio: case between himself and agreed to, 3327. referred, 89.

Samuel McKee--[July 13, 1868]... 4002

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Higby, William, a Representative from Cali. Higgins, Isaac E., bill (H. R. No. 927) for the Hise, Hon. Elijah, resolution on the death of, fornia- Continued. relief of--[By Mr. Flanders. ]

late a Representative from Kentuckyreports made by....... ....... 312, 1791 referred, 1900.

[By Mr. Golladay, January 24, 1868.] motions inade by........ .1643, Higgins, Kate, bill (H. R. No, 1220) granting

adopted, 745.
2137, 3831, 3503, 4024, 1344
a pension to, of Louisville, Kentucky-

remarks by-incidental remarks by.........9, 241, 443, 638, [By Mr. Burr.]

Mr. Grover...

.744 801, 830, 875, 936, 967, 1189, 1631, 2082, reported and passed, 3101; passed Senate,

Mr. Golladay.

743 2132, 2366, 2527, 2649, 2650, 3615, 4002 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498.

Mr. Jones...

744 remarks on the President's inessage.....263, In Senate: received from House and re.

Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky........ .744 463, 750

ferred, 3119; reported, 8857; enrolled, | Hitchcock, Hiram, bill (H. R, No. 1246) grantou reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 214), 266 4443.

ing a pension to the widow and minor on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 320), 288 bill (H. R. No. 1388) granting a pension to

children of-[By Mr. Van Aernam.] on the resolution providing a clerk to two [By Mr. Miller.]

reported and passed, 3104; passed Senate, committees..... ......312, 313

4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. on the case of Rev. John McMahon ...420

reported and passed, 3891.

In Senate : received from House and reon the joint resolution to provide for the In Senate: received from House and re

ferred, 3119; reported, 3934 ; . passed, examination of distillery meters...... 424

ferred, 3917; reported, 4146 ; called up,

4366 ; enrolled, 4443. on the supplementary reconstruction bill 1368; indefinitely postponed, 4369.

Hitchcock, Lieutenant Samuel, bill (H. R. (H. R. No. 439)..............587, 588, 589 Highland Mary, joint resolution (S. R. No.

No. 442) authorizing the Paymaster Genon the resolution concerning one of the 118) anthorizing the Secretary of the

eral to settle the claim of, thirty-sixth Illi. justices of the Supreme Court.........864 Treasury to issue an American register to

nois in fantry volunteers-[By Mr. Farnson the bill relating to the rights of Ameri. the British-built brig.

worth.] can citizens abroad.......

..867, received from Senate, 3217; referred, 3476; referred, 510. 868, 967, 968, 1128, 1159 reported and passed, 4124; enrolled, 4133. | Hoag, E. 'B., bill (H. R. No. 281) for the on the resolution in reference to Stephen Hill, John, à Representative from New Jer. relief of-[By Mr. Ingersoll.] J. Meany.......... .947 sey...

.2 referred, 156. on the legislative appropriation bill, 1024, petitions presented by................144, 1141, | Hobart, Mrs. Ella E., resolution instructing 1053, 1088, 1113, 1253, 1254, 1274

1400, 1558, 1862, 2083, Committee on Military Affairs to inquire on drawing for seats.....

. 1044

2686, 2957, 3266, 3900 what measure of relief would be proper in on the consular and diplomatic appropria- bills introduced by

the case of, for services rendered by her tion bill....... 1201, 1222, 12:27, 1228

No. 939—to provide for an American line as chaplain of first regiment of Wisconsin ou the Army appropriation bill... .1281

of mail and emigrant passenger steam

volunteer artillery-[By Mr. Baker, Janon the articles of'impeachment... 1618, (not ships between New York and one or uary 23, 1868. ]

published), 1043, 1659 more European ports......... .....2022 agreed to, 712. on the purchase of Alaska......1870, 1871, No. 1035—to authorize the Manufacturers'

joint resolution (H. R. No. 280) for the 1874, 1875, 3625, 3659, 3669, 3670, National Bank of New York to change

relief of-[By Mr. Boyer.] 3804, 3805, 3806, 3810, 3811, 4053 its location............

.2362

reported and possed, 2678, on the impeachment replication........ 2079

In Senate: received from House, 2690 ; on the bill to regulate the freight tariff of

joint resolutions introduced by Pacific railroad...2129, 2424, 2426, 2427 No. 352—for furnishing certain ordnance | Hoffman, Isabella C., resolution concerning a

referred, 2701 ; referred anew, 2759. on the Alta Vela resolution .....2338, 2339

for soldiers' monuments in New Jersey,

pension to-[By Mr. Harding, June 9,

4252 on the Donnelly and Washburne contro

1868.] versy.

2359, 2361
No. 358-authorizing the Secretary of War

agreed to, 2971. on the bill for the relief of William McGar

to furnish cannon to Soldiers' Monu; Hogan, John, a contesting Representative from rahan.......

2389,
ment Association of Pequonnock and

Missouri.....

..3266 2474, 2475, 2476, 2477, 2478, 2479 Paterson, New Jersey..................4430

(See Contested Elections.) on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c., resolution submitted by-

remarks on the Missouri contested election, 2450, 2453, 2455, 2463 requesting the Committee of Ways and

4337, 4330 on the resolution concerning' a letter

Means to inquire into the expediency of resolution directing $2,500 to be paid lo, for Senator Henderson.... .2502, 2503 adopting such measures as will relieve, mileage and expenses incurred in conon the bill for the relief of P. John...2540 as far as practicable, the people of the testing the seat of William A. Pile from on the order of business....... ...... 2542, different cities, counties, and townships the first district of Missouri-[By Mr. 2543, 3376, 3707

from the burden of a direct tax for Cook, July 22, 1868.] on the bill for the relief of J. Sedgwick, 2611 their bounty war debt-[January 14, reported and agreed to, 4382. on the Iudian appropriation bill....... 2617, 1868)...

506 Holbrook, E. D., a Delegate from Idabo. 2621, 2637, 2638, 2639, reports made by....

.2757, 2976 petitions presented by........ .949, 1229 2640, 2641, 2682, 27712 motions made by....

.8034 bills introduced byduring call of the House... 2645, remarks on the legislative appropriation bill, No. 261-to establish post routes in the 2646, 2647, 3416

1048, 1136

Territory of Idaho..... ..........90 on the case of Charles W. Woolley...2672, on the bill to provide an American line of No. 262--authorizing, a survey of the 2704, 2705, 2706 ocean steamers

.2757, southern boundary line of the Territory on the resolution relating to the occupancy 2976, 3031, 3032, 3033, of Idaho.......

90 of a room by Miss Vinnie Ream..2706

3034, 4390, 4391, 4467 No. 263-ámendatory of the organic act on the bill to confirm certain claims in on local bounty debts.......

.4136

of Idaho Territory by extending the Yosemite valley........

2816
(See Appendix.)

jurisdiction of justices of the peace... 90 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060), 2824, 2825, leave of absence granted to.

..260,

No. 264—to locate and establish an assay 2826, 2855, 2887, 2955, 2957,

2233, 2297, 2459 office in the Territory of Idabo.........90 2986, 2987, 2988, 2989, 3050, Hill, Joseph, & Sons, bill (H. R. No. 330) for

No. 265-to reimburse the people of the 3071, 3108, 3142, 3143, 3144 the relief of-[By Mr. Higby.]

Territory of Idaho for losses sustained on the bill for the survey of certain Indian reservations........ referred, 286 ; committee discharged, 1503,

by Indian depredations and for moneys ..8100 ou the bill to promote American comHinds, James, a Representative from Arkan.

expended in protecting their property

against hostile Indians........... 91

.3396, 3440 .3234

No. 266-to reimburse the citizens of on the bill concerning the sale of the Cal.

petitions presented by..............3722, 3928 ifornia and Oregon railroad. ..., bill introduced by

Wasco, Umatilla, Union, Grant, and

Baker counties for losses sustained by on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284).....3402, No. 1358--providing for the payment of Indian depredations...

:..91 3411, 3422, 3502

like back pay and bounty to persons on the bill relating to private land claims

marked "slave" upon the rolls as to

No. 299-extending the preëmption and

hoinestead laws of the United States in in California ....

.3057, 3690
other soldiers........

......8757

the Territory of Idaho. on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341), 3726 joint resolutions introdaced by

No. 408-granting aid in the construction on the joint resolution concerning bridges No. 310-limiting the jurisdiction of the of a railroad and telegraph line from over the Ohio river...

....3759

Court of Claims to the loyal citizens of the Union Pacific railroad to Idaho, on the funding bill........,4175, 4194, 4220 the State of Arkansas....... ....3524 Portland, (Oregon,) Montana, and Puget on the Southern Pacific railroad bill, 4344 No. 315—to extend the provisions of the

sound.

.... 474 on the bill to regulate railroad land grants, act in regard to agricultural colleges to No. 652- to increase the compensation of

4428
the State of Arkansas...

3587

registers and receivers in the Territory on the Western Pacific railroad bill, 4479, incidentat remarks by.......

3524 ** of Idalio...

935 4480, 4482, 4183, 4484 remarks on the river and harbor bill... 3592, resolution submitted by ou the Vallejo and Humboldt 'railroad

3596 in relation to the payment of salaries to bill......... 4492 on the bill for sale of the Hot Springs res

territorial officers absent from their leave of absence granted to .........2071, 3422 ervation

4486 duties-[March 10, 1868].......... 1806

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Holbrook, E. D., á Delegate from Idaho Holman, William S., a Représentative from Holman, William S., a Representative from
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Indiana- Continued.

Indiana-Continued.' aima") 527142 21h motion made by...anl.........

reports made by..... 692, 838, 899, 997, 1393, remarks on the bill to exempt certain manu. incidental remarks by...

1471 1455, 1503, 1512, 1535, 1541, 1668, 1681, factures from tax, 2099, 2102, 2173, 2207 remarks on the civil appropriation bill, 1505, 1774, 1791, 1806, 1866, 2006, 2461, 2480, on the bill to regulate the freight tariff on

1506, 1501

2535, 2540, 2886, 2894, 2942, 2943, 2977, the Pacific railroad...... 2129 2130, 2428 on the resolution to print the report of 8132, 8299, 3308, 3327, 3365, 3411, 8444, on the report in regard to lighting the J. Ross Browne..................2131, 2132 3484, 3585, 3588, 3596, 8597, 8661, 3885

Hall .......

..covo......m............. ....2238 leave of absence granted to..... ...2303 motions made by.......

.98, 551, on the reconstruction deficiency bill, 2411 Holcomb, Asa F., bilt (H. R. No. 1409) grant- -689, 604, 605, 687, 740, 861, 890, 936, 949, on the Puget sound railroad bill, 2441,2442

ing a pension to--[By Mr. Van Aernam.] 970, 1050, 1084, 1218, 1278, 1603, 1542, on the joint resolution relating to Michi. reported and passed, 3896; passed Senate, 1681, 1682, 1707, 1761, 2148, 2207, 2400, ganand Wisconsin land grants, 2459,2460

4395; enrolled, 4435; approved, 4497. 2401, 2470. 2471, 2767, 2828, 2876, 2943, on the bill for the relief of Charles E. In Senate : received from House and re- 8130, 3132, 3145, 3552, 3598, 3792, 4309 Capehart...

........

....2499 ferred, 3917; reported, 4197 ; passed, 4869; incidental remarks by ......96, 152, 815, 668, on the bill for the relief of John Neuenrolled, 4443. 890, 899, 934, 935, 1185, 1297, 1329, 1393, staedter ........

.....2502 Holden, W. W., bill (81. R. No. 778) to re- 1401, 1419, 1450, 1470, 1471, 1638, 1668, on the impeachment trial-alleged corrupt lieve, and others from disabilities--[By 1681, 1683, 1716, 1847, 1848, 1860, 1866, practices ...

........ 2505 Mr. Bingham.] SETIA

2022, 2070, 2071, 2099, 2137, 2162, 2170, on the Indian appropriation bill ...... 2588 reported and recommitted, 1298; reported, 2217, 2400, 2428, 2429, 2461, 2498, 2535, on the case of Charles W. Woolley,

1906 ; discussed, 1906, 1927,; recommitted 2751, 2753, 2829, 2834, 2835, 8034, 8102, recusant witness... 2536, 2537, 2938, 2989 with instructions, 1934.311

3104, 3105, 3365, 3397, 3552, 3555, 3588, on the bill for the relief of the heirs of Hollister, Rufus M., bill (H. R. No. 833) for 3589, 3590, 4257, 4298, 4295, 4296, 4311 1. Gideon Walker.........

2539 the relief of, of Janesville, Wisconsin- remarks on the order of business.........294, on the bill for relief of H. Barricklow, 2540 (By Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts.]

506, 589, 1668, 2401, 1345, 2533 on the bill to increase registers' and receiv. reported, 1601 ; passed, 1502.

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 813), ers' compensation ...... im.... 2836 In Serate : received from House, 1497 ; re

809, 315 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060) ...2853, ferred, 1498.

personal and explanatory......
............. 310

2891, 2892, - 2918, 2021, 2944, remarks by on the bill defining a quorum of the Su

2948, 2949, 2950, 2955, 2956, 2957, Mr. Anison........!

1502
preme Court......
..........477

2978, 2983, 2989, 2990, 3067, 3072, Mr. Price.................... on the bill to prevent the payment of

8114, 3184, 3135, 3186, 8137, 3189 Mr. Thomas.........

1502
certain claims........

...507, on the bill relating to pensions......... 2876 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois........... 1502

540, 736, 737, 740, 782, 783 on the resolution relating to the pay of Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts, 1501, on the joint resolution for the relief of clerk to a committee......

brin...2909 1502 George W. Lane.......

on the resolution concerning the taxation Holman, Andrew, bill (H. R. No. 670) grant. on bill to abolish certain land offices, 538 of United States bonds.... ........ 2936

ing a pension to the widow and children on the bill amendatory of the homestead on the clerks' twenty per cent. resolution, 0f-[By Mr. Van Aernam.]

law...
......538

2937, 3166 reported and passed, 1042; passed Senate on censure of Hon. Fernando Wood, 542 on the bill for relief of Navajo Indians, 2971 with amendments, 8340; disagreed to, on the bill to provide for the appointment on the bill in relation to the Indian com8694; conference, 3694, 3782; conference of a marsbal for the District of Colum. mission appropriatiou'.................8100 report, 3937; agreed to by Senate, 3928;

bia...

... 669, 670, 672 on the bill granting a pension to Sarah A. by House, 39377 enrolled, 4002; apon the bill in relation to additional bounty,

Hackleman

.3130, 3477 proved, 4256.

694, 712, 713 on the bill for the relief of the heirs of In Senate: received from House, 1088; re- on the resolution providing a clerk to the Thomas W. Harvey.....

.3138 ferred, 1068; reported, 1515; passed with

Committee on Printing....... ...... 800 on the tax bill (H. R. No. amendments, 3320; conference, 3688; con- on the bill in relation to taxing national

3406, 3445, 3461, 8489, 8494, 3.301, serenee report, 3857; concurred in by Sen. bank shares ........ de ............... 802, 803

3503, 8525, 3528, 3530, 8535, 3536 ate, 3857 ; by House, 3954; enrolled, 3958. on the bill to incorporate the Washington during call of the House Holman, Mrs. Kezie, bill (H. R. No. 1084) Target-Shooting Association ..........830 on the bill for the relief of Walter D. granting a pension to--[By Mr. Garfield.] on the resolution concerning one of the

Plowden ......... ......... 8565 relerred, 2849.

justices of the Supreme Court......... 862 on the Wisconsin land grants........... 4252 Holman, William S., a Representative from on the bill in reference to southern land leave of absence granted to. ..... 2542, 8887 Indiana.......

grants.....875, 970, 977, 979, 985, 1050 || Homestead act, bill (H, R. No. 1191) to exs petitions presented by, 838, 1485, 1514, 8462 (See Appendix.)

tend the benefits of the, of March 20, 1862, bills introduced by 191

on the legislative appropriation bill, .! to minor cbildren of deceased soldiers No. 545—for the relief of Thomas W. Gaff,

920, 1020, 1049, 1052, 1109, [By Mr. Loughridge.] Thomas Gaff, and M. D. Stockman, 779

1135, 1136, 1137, 1138, 1252 referred, 2936. No. 596-granting a pension to Mary A.

on the Rock Island bridge resolution...966, Homestead entries, bill (HR. No. 816) to Davis, widow of William P. Davis, a

984, 1087 authorize, in the Virginia military district private in the eighteenth regiment of

on the Military Academy appropriation in Ohiom[By Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.] Indiana volunteers. .....875

.... 992, 993, 1019, 1021 referred, 1419; committee discharged, 2830. No. 693—in relation to additional bounty,

on the Army appropriation bill, 1019, 1302 Homestead entry, bill-(H. R. No. 498) to de

1083 on the bill granting a pension to Cyrus K. " clare the Fort Jessup reservation of lands No. 812-granting a bounty of fifiy dollars

Wood.

..1040 restored to the United States and subject to the soldiers of the twelfth and six- on drawing for seats...

1084 to, and settlement-[By Mr. Julian.) teenth regiments

one year Indiana on the consular and diplomatic bill (H. R. referred, 637. it is nu volunteers.

.1419

No. 718)............ 1092, 1201, 1226, 1227 Homestead law, bill (H. R. No: 859) aipend. No. 1063—for the relief of Henry Bar

on the

bill granting pensions to the soldiers atory of them [By Mr. Windom.] ricklow...

.2441
its of 1812......

......... ...1160 referred, 381; reported, 588 ; passed, 540. No. 1094-granting

pension' to Dean on the resolution relating to the sale of In Senate : received from House, 620; reAddison Wills.......

.2527

n Government bonds......... .1901, 1302 ferred, 552.70 No. 1097-for the relief of Charles 0.

on the resolation reported for the impeach- remarks by-!!!!! McCreary

.2534
ment of the President..

.1345,
Mr. Donnelly:

688, 639, 540 No. 1292-to increase the pension of

**** 1346, 1353, 1855, 1359, 1399, 1401

Mr. Holman.

538 Andrew J. Gray.........

(See Appendir.) .3363

1 Mr. Julian....!...

540 No. 1313-granting a pension to Sarah on the bill for the relief of George W. Mr. Spalding.

538 Hackleman, widow of Brigadier General

Lane.

..... 1541, 1542 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois......589, 540 Pleasant A. Hackteman.............3477

on the articles of impeachment........1616, Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin .540 joint resolution introduced by

1617, 1633, 1638, 1642, 1643

Mr: Windom ....... ...... ..381, 589 No. 219—for the relief of George W. Lane,

on the bill for the relief of the beirs of resolution in reference to the fees now re

General Duncan L. Clinch... 1681, 1707, superintendent of the branch mint ai

quired of claimants under then[By Mr. Denver, Colorado Territory, and Assist

1761, 1866, 1867, 1868, 1902, 1903, 1904 Julian, February 26, 1868.]

on the bill for the relief of Jonathan Jes. ant Treasurer of the United States, 1541

agreed to, 1449.

..1706 resolutions submitted by gina

bill (H. R. No. 1259) amendatory of them on the finances.......

..1735

[By Mr. Koontz.) in reference to the payment of the United

referred, 3164. Se puede States bonds--[March 23, 1868]... 2070 on bill

bill (H. R. No. 1300) authorizing repayin relation to the taxation of bonds and Bureau voies

..... 1818, 1997 ments in cases of 'hllegal entries under other securities issued by the United on the amendment of the judiciary act, Ce: the--[By Mr. Windom.), States-(June 1, 1868).............2763

1884, 1885 Preferred, 8864. 40TH CONG, 2D SESS.

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Homestead laws, bill (H. R. No. 298) with | Hooper, Samuel, a Representative from Massa- | Hopkins, Benjamin F., a Representative from drawing certain lands from the operation chusetts-Continired.

Wisconsin-Continued. - 8. เริ่ม of the, and preëmption laws, and to grant incidental remarks by

......55,

joint resolutions introduced by parken the same in exchange for other lands- [By

1790, 1861, 2590, 4343 No. 324—to extend the time for the comMr. Johnson.) i

remarks on the resolation relating to rev. pletion of the West Wisconsin railroad, referred, 209. enue and expenditures......65, 91, 96, 97

3758 bill (H. R. No. 299) extending the preemp- on the resolution of the Judiciary Com. No. 349---authorizing the Congressional tion and, in the Territory of Idaho

mittee for the impeachment of the Pres- Printer to print land office circulars in [By Mr. Holbrook.]

ident.

............... 69 the German language for distribution referred, 209. on the bill to provide against undue ex

in Europe bill (H. R. No. 646) to extend the preëmp- | pansion of the currency................... 216 No. 353-in regard to certain landsgranted

tion and, over certain lands, and for on allowing a clerk to a committee.....315 to the State of Wisconsin to aid in the other purposes--[By Mr. Clarke, of on the bill to repeal the cotton tax.....741 construction of railroads in said Staie Kansas. ]

on the joint resolution concerning captured by an act approved May 5, 1864...4252 referred, 935.

property.....

........... 1763 resolutions submitted byHomesteads, bill (H. R. No. 438) to promote on the report on the cancellation and calling for information in regard to the ap1, agricultural industry in the States recently destruction of United States bonds, 1857 pointment and pay of deputy collectors

in rebellion, and to secure, to freedmen- on the bill to regulate the appraisement and assessors-[December 9, 1867)...97 [By Mr. Boutwell.)

171 of imports...........

2686, 2637 instructing Committee on Invalid Pensions referred, 476.

on Indian appropriation bill....2709, 2710 to inquire into the expediency of making bill (H. R. No. 934) amendatory of the act on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060), certain amendments to the pension

entitled "An act to secure, to actual 2824, 2850, 2851, 2853, 2854, 2887, 2890, laws—[December 9, 1867]............. 97 settlers on the public domain," approved 2917, 2978, 2980, 2982, 2987, 2988, 2989, instructing Committee on the Public Lands May 20, 1862, and of the acts amend. 2990, 8037, 3039, 3043, 3048, 3049, 3050, to make certain inquiries in regard to atory thereof, approved March 21, 1864, 3065, 3067, 8111, 3112, 3139, 3141, 3144 the mode of offering for sale, &c., the and January 21, 1866-[By Mr. Julian.) on the bill to promote American com

public lands remaining unsold along reported and recommitted, 1960; reported,

3234

the lines of railroads- (January 6, 2628; passed, 2629. on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284).. .3449,

1868] .........

332 In Senate: received from House, 2857 ;

3457, 3461, 3480, 3528, 8537

that there be paid to E. E. Symes $2,500, referred, 2860.

in full for time spent and expenses

.4188,

on the funding bill.... bill (H. R. No. 1088) amendatory of an act

4190, 4191, 4192, 4390

incurred in prosecuting his claim to entitled "An act to secure, to actual set.

a seat in this House--[February 25, tlers on the public domain," approved Hooper, William H., a Delegate from Utah,

1868] ....

........ 1419

3886 May 20, 1862, and the acts amendatory thereof, approved March 21, 1864, and (See Contested Election.)

inquiring the price paid for anthracite coal

for the use of the Navy in New York June 21, 1866-[By Mr. Donnelly.] petitions presented by . .... 1668, 2652

and at Philadelphia-{July 6, 1868), referred, 2527. bills introduced by

3758 bill (H. R. No. 1418) to authorize soldiers

No. 202—to create the office of surveyor reports made by........... ..........312, to select, from the public lunds-[By general for the Territory of Utah and

815, 433, 540, 691, 875, 1084, 1131, Mr. Scofield.]

establish a land office in said Territory, 1280, 1293, 1703, 1806, 1828, 1960, 2070, referred, 4000,

and extend the homestead and pre- 2289, 2534, 2537, 2751, 2855, 2876, 2895, bill (H. R. No. 1433) to amend an act enti- emption laws over the same.........6, 11 2905, 3042, 3078, 3199, 3202, 3722, 3758, tled "An act to secure, to actual settlers No. 203--for the admission of Deseret

3762, 3804, 3809, 3886, 3938, 3973, 4014, on the public domain'-[By Mr. Wash

into the Union ......

.6

4062, 4088, 4131, 4133, 4182, 4186, 4383, burn, of Indiana.] resolution submitted by—

4396, 4468, 4478, 4479, 4485, 4493, 4496 reported and recommitted, 4090, 4124; relating to the exploration of Colorado motions made by..

.541, 1318, reconsidered and passed, 4415. river-[February 3, 1868)....... ....936

1419, 1703, 1716, 2957, 8758, 4430 In Senate: received from House, 4403. incidental remarks by..

..............11

incidental remarks by.......... ..433, Hooper, James, bill ($. No. 436) for the reremarks on the bill to exempt cotton from

1419, 2387, 3758, 4478 T lief of.

internal tax.........

.36 remarks on the Dubuque and Sioux City received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2544 ; on the civil appropriation bill......... 1507

railroad bill ......

.....540, reported, 3353 ; passed, 3703 ; enrolled, resolution that, is entitled to a seat in this

541, 566, 567, 568, 569, 670, 571 8804. Hooper, Samuel, a Representative from Massa

House as a Delegate from the Territory

on the bill in relation to southern land 1 of Utah-[By Mr. Chanler, July 9,

grants ........,

..973, 974, 976 2 1868.]

on the bill to regulate railroad land grants, petitions presented by. .........98, 785, 949, 998, 1054, 1141, 1202, 1330, 1620, 1759,

1293, 1318, 4423, 4429, 4480 reported, 3886; notice, 4133; discussed,

on the civil appropriation bill...1477, 2004 1939, 2006, 2686, 2757, 3130, 3175, 8539

4383 ; tabled, 4389.

on the joint resolution relative to the Bosbills introduced by del Hopkins, Benjamin F., a Representative from

ton post office.........

1770 No. 270-to provide for the sealing of Wisconsin.

on the bill for the relief of the beirs of scales, weights, and balances used by petitions presented by......

.9,

General Duncan L. Clinch ........... 1867 national banks, navy-yards, and custom

844,935, 949, 980, 1094,

on the joint resolution relating to Michihouses ........... .....105

gan and Wisconsin land grants......2460 No. 303--to prevent depreciating the cur

on the bill for the relief of Thomas Merency .... 209 No. 722—for the relief of Sally C. North

Lean

2895, 2905 No. 323—to authorize the taxation of Uni

rop.....

1161

on the bill concerning Wisconsin land ted States notes and national bank notes No. 767—to regulate the disposition of

grants.......

.2905 by or under State authority............ 286 lands that may be hereafter granted to on the bill relating to swamp lands in Wis. No. 574-to amend the act of July 28,

aid in the construction of railroads, 1293

consin

..2905, 2906 1866, to fix the compensation of certain No. 851-granting a pension to Ann on the order of business...

.2905 collectors of customs

.............., 780
Williams.......

......1631

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)......3140 No. 713—to provide for the exportation

No. 1051—to grant certain islands to the on the river and harbor bill..... 3204, 3205 of distilled spirits in bond, and for other

State of Wisconsin as swamp lands, 2406 on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341), purposes

.. ... 1083 No. 1052—amendatory of an act entitled No. 843–to regulate the public debt, 1631 "An act granting public lands to the on the bill for distributing the rewards for No. 1272—to promote the efficiency of the State of Wisconsin to aid in the con

the capture of Jefferson Davis......3936 revenue, &c..

...mit... 3164

struction of railroads in said State, on the joint resolution (H. R. No. 353) tod. No. 1304-to remit the duty on a meridian approved June 3, 1856........... .2406

concerning Wisconsin land grants, 4252 circle imported as a present for the

No. 1086-to amend an act entitled " An on the resolution for an adjournment to Astronomical Observatory, Cambridge, act for a grant of lands to the State of September.......

.4377 Massachusetts......

...3364
lowa in alternate sections to aid in the

on the Portage Lake ship-canal bill, 11: No. 1350--to authorize internal tax on the construction of a railroad in said State," interest of bonds and other securities of approved May 12, 1864............... 2527

on the Western Pacific railroad bill, 4480, the United States............ ....... ........3613 No. 1087—to grant lands to aid in the con

40115 resolution submitted by

struction of a railroad from the Missis. on the bill for the sale of the Hot Springs limiting the amount of revenue to be col. sippi river to Yancton, on the Missouri reservation..........

.4485, 4487 lected and the amount of appropria.

river, and to amend an act entitled "An on the Vallejo and Humboldt railroad tions-[December 9, 1867).............60 act for a grant of lands to the State of joc bill .......................... 4492 reports made by................. 286, 8689, 4389 lowa in alternate sections to aid in the Hopper, Amanda, resolution concerning a penmotions made by ..............

..... 1860,

construction of a railroad in said State," sion to-{By Mr. Harding, June 9, 1868.] 2143, 2856, 3689, 4485

approved May 12, 1864....... .2527 ngreed to, 9971. If short

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Horn, Robert C., bill (H. R. No. 971), for the Howard, Mark, bill (H. R. No. 39) autbor Hubbard, Chester D., « Representative from relief of-[By Mr. Coburn.]

izing the Commissioner of Internal Revenue West Virginia-Continued...ang referred, 2148.

to adjust the accounts of-[By Mr. Per- joint resolution introduced by for Horner, Gustavus B., bill (H. R. No. 583) for ham.]

No. 161-fixing the compensation of memthe relief of the legal representatives of, committee discharged, 97; referred anew, bers of Congress.........................687 deceased-(By Mr. Randall.]

97; substitute reported, 3761; passed,

resolutions submitted by— referred, 780.

3762; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. Horses, bill (H. R. No. 479) to pay officers, In Senate: received from House, 8748 ; re

instructing Committee on Banking and musicians, and privates for, lost in the ferred, 3748; reported, 4098; passed,

Currency to inquire into the expediency

the service, not killed in battle--[By Mr. 4361 ; enrolled, 4443.

extend its advantages to all Bromwell.]

Howard, William, bill (H. R. No. 954) for the referred, 636.

will comply with its provisions, and to relief of (By Mr. Coburn.]

restrict

et the issuing of bank notes to any Hospital, resolution instructing Committee on referred, 2070.

bank to an amount not exceeding two Commerce to inquire into the expediency || Howe, David, bill (H. R. No. 769) granting a thirds of its capital stock-[December of locating at Cairo, Illinois, the marine, pension to-[By Mr. Perham.)

96 formerly located at Paducah, Kentucky reported, 1296; passed, 1296 ; passed Sen. instructing joint Committee on Retrench

[By Mr. Logan, December 12, 1867.] ate, 3340; enrolled, 3376 ; approved, 3732. agreed to, 152. In Senate : received from House, 1292; re

ment to inquire into the expediency of reducing the

pay joint resolution (H. R. No. 182) requiring ferred, 1308; reported, 1669; passed, 8321 ; the Secretary of the Treasury to appoint enrolled, 3359.

and ten cents

present Congis per mil,000 per annum & commission to establish a marine, at

mileage-(DeHowland, Prescott Y., bill (H. R. No. 1397) cember 16, 1867)...

.217 Cairo, Illinois-[By Mr. Logan.]

granting a pension to-[By Mr. Miller.] referred, 780.

requesting Secretary of War to transmit reported and passed, 3892; passed Senate, all correspondence between him and the bill (H. R. No. 931) to anthorize the erec- 4395; enrolled, 4435; approved, 4497.

Executive limiting his authority to issue tion of a marine, at Cairo, Illinois—[By In Senate : received from House and re

orders; and between him and the Geo. Mr. Raum.]

ferred, 3917; reported, 4197 ; passed, 4369; eral-in-Chief on the same subject; and referred, 1900. enrolled, 4443.

between the President and the General. joint resolution (H. R. No. 44) relating to Hubbard, Asabel W., a Representative from the sale of the marine, at Evansville,

in-Chief relating to the disobeying by lowa...

the General of any order of the War Indiana-[By Mr. Niblack.]

petitions presented by........... 144, 241, 1256 passed Senate, 3271 ; recalled by Senate,

Department-[February 3, 1868]....936 bills introduced by

in reference to The

pay 3294.

'members of In Senate: reported, 558; passed, 3242; No. 208–extending the time for the com

.8759 Congress--[July 6, 1868)........

17.11 reconsidered and recalled, 3274, 8278;

motions made by pletion of the Dubuque and Sioux City

.217, returned from House, 3278; recomrailroad ........................................51

936, 1667, 1741, 2332, 3327, 8616 mitted, 3278. No. 295-to amend an act entitled "An incidental remarks by.

..600, Hospitais, joint resolution (H. R. No. 262) act for a grant of land to the State of

8759, 3762, 4081 Iowa of alternate sections to aid in the authorizing certain distilled spirits to be

remarks on the President's message......619

construction of a railroad in said State,' turned over to the Surgeon General for

on the Kentucky election (case of John

approved May 12, 1864...... . 209 the use of Army--(By Mr. Schenck.]

Young Brown).......

.901, 911 No. 307-to facilitate the resumption of reported, 2420 ; passed, 2420; passed Sen.

on the legislative appropriation bill... 1024

..... 209

specie payments...... nie, 3336; enrolled, 8375; approved,

on the joint resolution relating to the No. 641-to establish a mail route in the 3731.

Farmers' and Citizens' Bank......... 1213 In Senate : received from IIouse, 2433 ;

States of Iowa and Minnesota..........935 on the resolution reported for the impeach. referred, 2440; reported, 2958; passed,

remarks on the Dubuque and Sioux City ment of the President.................1393 8314; enrolled, 3359.

railroad bill......... ....... ......51, (See Appendix.) bill (S. No. 204) to provide for the appoint

541, 566, 567, 568, 669, 570

on the bill to exempt certain manufactures ment of a supervising surgeon of Hubbard, Chester D., a Representative from

from tax...... 'marine, of the United States.

West Virginia .....

.2
during call of the House

.2646, received from Senate, 3271; referred, 3477. petitions presented by...98, 217, 1229, 1287,

3416, 3455 Hospital tents, joint resolution (H. R. No. 1330, 1460, 1658, 2143, 2789, 4000, 4092 on the tax bi (H. R.No.1060)... 2892, 2989, 249) relieving the quartermaster's depart. bills introduced by

3045, 8046, 8047, 8113, ment from responsibility for, loaned to the No. 255—for the relief of the heirs of

8114, 3135, 3186, 3187 city of St. Louis-[By Mr. Pile.]

James S. Porter, late of Hancock county, on tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)... 3502, 8525 referred, 2227.

West Virginia..........

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1841), Hotebkiss, Julius, a Representative from Con- No. 256-granting a pension to George

8726, 3727 necticut....

.2 Truax, late a private in company H, on the funding bill.......... 4176, 4182, 4196 petitions presented by.

.217, 490, first regiment Virginia volunteers......90 leave of absence granted to........2162, 2333 875, 1774, 1910, 2622, 2686, 2827 No. 257—for the relief of James L. Dick || Hubbard, Richard D., a Representative from bills introduced by

erson........

.........90
Connecticut....

.....................486 No. 528—granting a pension to Margaret

No. 258—for the relief of Mary B. Craig, 90

petitions presented by.

1870, Lewis........

........778
No. 284--for the relief of N. A. Shuttle.

2067, 2113, 2233, 2433, 2767, No. 949--to authorize the building of a worth, of Harrison county, West Vir.

2780, 2827, 2856, 2896, 2995 railroad bridge across the Connecticut

ginia ..

incidental remarks by...

.... 2061 river, Connecticut, crossing at Middle

No. 445-for the relief of Timothy Lyden, remarks on the bill defining a quorum of the town and Portland................... 2069 of Parkersburg, West Virginia........517

Supreme Court.............. 486, 487 joint resolution introduced by :

No. 557--for the relief of Robert B.

on the supplementary reconstruction' bill No. 231- to amend section two of an act

Kingsbury..

.....779
(H. R. No. 439)..

***..........699 No. 707-for the relief of Mahala Anderentitled "An act to provide increased

(See Appendix.)

. 1083 revenue from imported wool, and for

on the artieles of impeachment, 1609, 1610 No. 804—for the relief of Mrs. Mary other purposes," approved March 2,

on the bill to amend the judiciary act, 2011,

.......... 1418 1867........ .................. 1759

2168, 2169 incidental remarks by......

No..805—10 amend an act entitled "An Huber, Agatha, bil! (H. R. No. 1078) to grant

3375 remarks on the resolution reported for the

act to establish and equalize the grades a pension to the representatives of, de.

of line officers of the United States impeachment of the President ......1398

ceased-[By Mr. Humphrey.) (See Appendix.)

Navy," approved July 16, 1862.....1418
No. 865—for the relief of Lot Brown, of

referred, 2500. during call of the House.....

Harrison county, West Virginia..... 1631 Hughes, Commander Aaron K., joint resolaon the river and harbor bill. No. 886—for the relief of Mrs. Mary J.

tion (H. R. No. 342) for restoration of leave of absence granted to..

Trueman......

Commander Greenleaf Cilley and, of the 2505, 3594 No. 887—for the relief of members of

United States Navy, to the active list from House of correction, bill (H. R, No. 916) to

company A, independent exempt West

the retired list- [By Mr. Pike.] amer.d an act entitled "An act to estab.

Virginia volunteer infantry...........1759

reported and passed, 4081. lish in the District of Columnbia a, for No. 1141--for the relief of David Bell, In Senate : received from House, 4080; reboys"—[By Mr. Welker.]

2750 ferred, 4092. referred, 1900.

No, 1196—for the relief of Tarr & Kim- joint resolution (S. R. No. 164) for the resHoward, Anna M., bill (S. No. 498) granting berland, of Wellsburg, West Virginia, toration of, United States Navy, to the a pension to.

2936

active list from the retired list. received from Senate, 3845; referred, 3846; No. 1484-granting a pension to William ...received from Senate, 4216; passed, 4298 ; reported aod passed, 8893; parolled, 3948. M. Simpson

.........

4124

enrolled, 4295.

..... 2104

......... 90

......... 162

son............

Clark........

......... 3454

..3593

,2163,

....... 1759

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