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Hughes, John W., bill (H! R. No. 825) grant | Humphrey, James M., a Representative from | Hunter, Morton C., a Representative from ing a pension to--[By Mr. Beatty.] New York-Continued.

Indiana-Continued. reported and passed, 1450; passed Senate bills introduced by

remarks on the bill for the relief of the heirs with amendinents, 3840; disagreed to, No. 1078—to grant a pension to the rep- of Gideon Walker ............... 2338, 2539 3693; conference, 3693, 3782; conference résentatives of Agatha Huber, deceased, during call of the House.............l2646 report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928;

2500 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060).....2821, by House, 3938; enrolled, 3981; approved, No. 1079-to grant à pension to Stephen

2840, 2886, 2888 4255.

F. Carver........

2600 on the case of Rev. John McMahon, 3062 In Senate: received from House, 1463 ; incidental remarks by ....

..898, on the funding bill................4226, 4227 referred, 1464; reported, 1669; passed

1184, 1218, 8476 on the bill to amend the tax laws-see with amendment, 3322; conference, 3688; remarks on the civil appropriation bill, 1459 Appendix.

conference report, 3857; concurred in by on the articles of impeachment...... 1560 leave of absence granted to the ......... 284, Senate, 8857; by House, 3954; enrolled, (See Appendix.)

2287, 8034, 4428 3958.

on the river and harbor bill.....3569, 3568 | Huston, Margaret, bill (H. No. 280) to grant Hulburd, Calvin T., & Representative from leave of absence granted to.........1712, 3597 a pension to-[By Mr. Kerr.] New York..... .....2 || Hunt, A. C., resolution that there be paid to,

referred, 154; reported and passed, 735; petitions presented by: 78, contestant from Colorado, $2,500, for sal

passed Senate, 3386; enrolled, 8375; ap 605, 719, 1068, 1833, 2895 ary and mileage as such contestant-[By

proved, 3731. bill introduced by

Mr. Farnsworth, March 16, 1868.)

In Senate : received from House, 731; reNo. 933—to repeal an act entitled "An referred, 1901.

ferred, 764; reported, 1311; passed, 3317; act to create the eastern judicial district resolution directing $1,500 to be paid to, for

enrolled, 3359. of the State of New York," approved expenses of contesting the seat of George | Hutchens, William, bill (H. R. No. 508) granton the 25th day of April, 1865, and to M. Chilcott, Delegate in the Fortieth Con

ing a pension to, a soldier of the war for make provision for the trial of causes gress from the Territory of Coloradopending ja said district......

the suppression of the rebellion--[By Mr. .1901 [By Mr. McClurg, July 25, 1868.)

1

Lawrence, of Ohio.] resolutions submitted by—

reported and agreed to, 4471, Hunter, Henry H., bill (H. R. No. 666) grant- Hutchings, J. M., bill (H. R. No. 1118) to con

referred, 687; reported adversely, 3102. calling for information in reference to certain suits known as the champagne ing a pension to-[By Mr. Perham.)

firm to, and J.C.Lamon their preëmption cases, lately pending in New York, and reported and passed, 1040; passed Senate said to have been compromised and with amendments, 3340 ; disagreed to,

claims in the Yosemite valley, California

[By Mr. Julian.] discontinued-(January 28, 1868,) 806 3693; conference, 3694, 3732; conference

reported and recommitted, 2585; reported, Instructing Committee on Public Expend- report, 3937; agreed to by Senate, 3928;

2816 ; passed, 2817. itures to inquire into the receipts of

by House, 3937;

enrolled, 4002; approved, In Senate: received from House, 2857; re

4255. Henry A. Smythe, collector of the port In Senate: received from House, 1038 ; re

ferred, 2860; reported adversely, 4846. of New York-[February 20, 1868,]

Hyer, Samuel, bill (H. R. No. 1115) for the .....

1293

1. ferred, 1068; reported, 1461 ; passed with i motions made by...

relief of, of Rolla, Missouri-[By Mr. 1293 amendments, 8320; conference, 3688;

Pile.]
Cineidental remarks by........

.... 1054
conference report, 3857 ; concurred in by

referred, 2569. remarks on the resolution of the Judiciary

Senate, 3857 ; by House, 3954; enrolled, Hygeia Hotel, joint resolution (H. R. No. 266)

3958. 110. Committee for the impeachment of the

to authorize the enlargement of the, at f. 1.. President..............

Hunter, Morton C., a Representative from so i'de ......... 681

Fortress Monroe-[By Mr. Garfield.] niis on the resolution reported from the Com.

Indiana.......
***................ 2

reported and passed, 2500; passed Senate, Filmittee on Reconstruction for the impetitions presented by....................342,

3336 ; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3731. **** peachment of the President........ 1388

648, 2227, 2767, 3050, 4264 In Senate : received from House, 2505; re(See Appendix.) bills introduced by

ferred, 2506; reported, 2958 ; passed, 3314; on the civil appropriation bill.........1474, No. 321--to provide internal revenue to

enrolled, 3359. 10tiche di 34 2001, 2002, 2003, 3844 support the Government, to pay interest

I. ps on the joint resolution relative to the

on the public debt...................... 267 mi Boston post office............ ...1770

No. 386—-for the funding of the national | Idaho, the Territory of, bill (H. R. No. 261) ** on the bill for the admission of Alabama,

debt..........

473 to establish post routes in-[By Mr. Hol1821

No. 477--for the relief of the heirs of brook.] 1 on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c.,

Gideon Walker, of Indiana............ 636 referred, 90.

No. 544-for the relief of Artbur Orr, bill (H.'R. No. 262) authorizing a survey of Toll

3092, 3093
,1.is
leave of absence granted to ....... 2429, 3375

Bryant N. Lanham, and Samuel J. the southern boundary line of-[By Mr.
Smith

..779

Holbrook.) Hull & Cozzens, bill (H. R. No. 696) for the

No, 690--for the relief of Rice M. Brown, referred, 90. TS Trelief of, and John Naylor & Co.--[By

of Indiana.......

. 1083

bill (H. R. No. 268) amendatory of the Mr. Yan Horn, of Missouri.]i referred, 1083,

No. 691-to grant relief to the soldiers of organic act of, by extending the jurisHuli, Otis, resolution concerning a pension

the one hundred and forty-fifth Indiana diction of justices of the peace-[By volunteers

1083

Mr. Holbrook.]
to-[By Mr. Harding, June 9, 1868.]
agreed to, 2971

No. 692--for the relief of Charles Mc- referred, 90; reported, printed, and re-
Carty, of Indiana..

. 1083 committed, 692; reported, 3618; passed, Humphrey, James My a Representative from

No. 815—for the relief of Thomas F.

3619. New York.... quam bo............. ........

Bowler, of New Mexico..... 1631 In Senate : received from House, 3630; petitions presented by.. No. 862—for the relief of James P. F.

referred, 3632.. 1189, 1644, 2365, 2387, 3381

Beck, administrator of the estate of bill (H. R. No. 264) to locate and establish bills introduced by.--.

James P. Beck, sen., deceased...... 1681 an assay office in-[By Mr. Holbrook.] : No. 378-eto farther regulate the registry No. 1000-for the relief of Emma Ware, referred, 90; reported, 1768, passed, 1799. 103... af vessels.........................473.

2239 In Senate: received from House, 1782; No. 531-for the relief of Thomas J. Cant- joint resolution introduced by

referred, 1782; reported, 1910, Oror welt.dara varanded congue to.778 No. 176--for the relief of Gallus Kirchper, bill (H. R. No. 265) to reimburse the people 1. No. 532 for the relief of Jacob Fox, 778 7,11 of Indiana ...........

.779

of, for losses sustained by Indian depe No. 638—for the relief of Charles 0. Con- resolution submitted by

redations and for money expended in Jout norge, Weidede berodua vodo.qw7781|| f calling for information in relation to protecting their property against hostile bb No. 582 to grant a pension to Flora

b»måmount of money in gold deposited by Indians--(By Mr. Holbrook.] Meigs...

dibdib ........ 780 - the Treasury 'or State Department with referred, 91. No. 720-lo amend an act entitled: "An lí bankers or brokers--[May 25,1868], 2571 bill (H. R.'No. 266) to reimburse the citizens

tõotions made by. ...,

1068, 3062 acuito es tend the jurisdiction of district

of Wasco, Umatilla, Union, Grant, and to certain cases upon the lakes," incidental remarks by.......1107, 2217, 2571 Baker counties for losses sustained by Inadie&o., passed February 26, 1845.. 1127 teniarks on the bill to prevent frauds in the dian depredations-[By Mr. Holbrook.] No. 821-—to establish a post route from collection of the tax on spirits... 365, 366 referred, 91; reported, 361.

Gowanda, via Collins Center and Mour- on the joint resolution to provide for the bill (H. R. No. 299) extending the preëmp; ton's Corner, to Springville, Erie county, examination ofdistillery meters, 423, 430

tion and homestead laws of the United New York....

on the joint resolution concerning the N6.8602_for the relief of Luther McNeal,

States in-[By Mr. Holbrook.] rights of American citizens abroad, 1098 referred, 209. late postmaster at Lancaster, Erie on the President's message.... ..1055, bill (H. R. No. 652) to increase the com*** county, New York.......... .. 1668

1069, 1066

pensation of registers and receivers inNo. 10724td declare a post route from on the resolution reported for the impeach. [By Mr. Holbrook. }

Lake View, Erie county, New York, by ment of the President................... 1389 referred, 935; reported and recommitted, 30% Away of North Evans, Eden Valley, Eden, on the bill to exempt certain manufac- 2461 ; reported, 2836"; called up, 2972; Collins, and Shirley..........

tures from tex.....2108, 2173, 2174, 2231 tabled, 2078

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Impeachment-Continued.
resolation that Andrew Johnson, President

of the United States, be impeached of

High crimes and misdemeanors. I remarks bysti. Mr. Plants..... .................. 1398 Mr. Poland. ............

........1394 43. Mr. Ross...1358, 1360, 1899, 1401, 1402 50. Mr. Price acroit.c.

.... 1367 UL. Mr. Pruyn.......

........1340, 1345 1346, 1358, 1359, 1360, 1893, 1394 Tom Mr. Smith shorter

1393 Oni Mr. Shanks..

dial" 37

1396 Mr. Sitgreaves

14001

1394
Mr. Spalding....
Mr. Starkweather.no
Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania...... 1336,

1338, 1840, 1846, 1317,

1398, 1399, 1400, 1402 Mr. Stewart.....

1394 Mr. Stokes Mr. Stone.

2015

1398 Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky... 1858, 1359 HALMr. Van Auken.....

..1398 Mr. Van Horn, of New York......... 1388 Mr. Van Trump.....

..1398 ?? Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.. .... 1345,

1347, 1369, 1399, 1401 Mr. Welker.........

1890 Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania.....1398 Mr. Wilson, of Iowa............ 1346, 1386 Mr, Windom.....

1367 Mr. Wood..... Mr. Woodbridge

1387 Mr. Woodward... .1340, 1369, 1382 yeas and nays on the......

.1400 resolution for the appointment of a commit

tee to communicate to the Senate the action of the House ordering an-[By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, February

24, 1868. ] read, 1400; adopted, 1402; committee

appointed, 1402; report, 1421. resolution for the appointment of a commit

tee of seven to prepare and report articles of-[By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsyl

vania, February 24, 1868.]
read, 1401; adopted, 1402.
remarks by- tai

Mr. Burr ........ ................ 1401
Mr. Eldridge ......... 1401, 1402
Mr. Holman ...

.....1401 Mr. Randall...

1401 Mr. Ross........ ...2..3.. .1401, 1402 Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, 1400, 1402 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.......... 1401 Mr. Wood ......

...1402 yeas and pays on the...... ......1102 committee to prepare articles of.......... 1402

instructions to ...............: 1402, 1427

reports from .................1470, 1542, 1613 resolution proposing a rule for the govern

ment of the proceedings of the House when the articles of, are reported to the House-[By Mr. Washburne, of

Illinois, February 25, 1868.] read, 1424; adopted, 1425.11 resolution granting leave to the committee

appointed to prepare and report articles of, and to the Committee on Reconstruction, to'sit during the sessions of the House-[By Mr. Boutwell, Febru

ary 25, 1868.] agreed to, 1427 resolution permitting the committee ap. Choi pointed to prepare and report articles porn of, to report in print-[By Mr. BoutThe well, February 27, 1868.

reported and agreed to, 1470. articles of, reported February 29, 1868, 1542;

discussed, 1542, 1558, 1608; amend. Dett, ments, reported, 1613; Mr. Jenckes' TORT amendment, 1614; Mr. Butler's amendoni ment, 1615; articles adopted, 1616,

1617, 1618; first and last paragraphs

adopted, 1618; election of managers, is! 11. 1619; tenth article reported and dig. Col.cussed, 1638; adopted, 1642; eleventh

article reported, 1642; adopted, 1642;

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Impeachment-Continued.

additional articles proposed, 1643 ; dis. cussed, 1658; referred to managers,

1661. remarks byMr. Allison

............................... 1546 Mr. Archer...

.................................. 1616 Mr. Ashley, of Nevada.

1610 Mr. Axtell.........

................................... 1607 Mr. Baker....

1660 MrBingham.....

.1614, 1615, 1642, 1643, 1660, 1661 Mr. Blaine

1554, 1619 Mr. Boutwell.... 1542, 1543, 1547, 1554,

1558, 1613, 1614, 1616, 1619, 1643 Mr. Bromwell..

.1545, 1546 Mr. Brooks......

... 1642, 1643 Mr. Brooiball.

...1618 Mr. Burr ............1544, 1545, 1619, 1642 Mr. Builer, of Massachusetts, 1558, 1615,

1616, 1688, 1639, 1640, 1641, 1642 Mr. Cobb.

1612 Mr. Cook ...

1545 Mr. Cullom....................................

..1604 Mr. Dawes..............................

... 1661 Mr. Driggs..

.........1613 Mr. Eckley

........1616, 1618, 1642 Mr. Eldridge

1543, 1616, 1618, 1638, 1639, 1640, 1642 Mr. Farnsworth

1616 Mr. Ferriss .................................

1607 Mr. Fux.......

1616 Mr. Garfield..... 1544, 1560, 1639 Mr. Getz......

1560, 1618, 1639 Mr. Glossbrenner

.. 1606 Mr. Higby..

1613, 1643, 1659 Mr. Holman

1616, 1617, 1638, 1642, 1643 Mr. Hubbard, of Connecticut......1609,

1610 Mr. Humphrey..

.1560 Mr. Ingersoll. ........ Mr. Jenckes.....

. 1558, 1014, 1615, 1658, 1659, 1660 Mr. Julian....

1613 Mr. Kelley.

...J608 Mr. Kelsey

.1642 Mr. Kerr

1546, 1517, 1564, 1565, 1615, 1617, 1618,

1619, 1642, 1643, 1669, 1661 Mr. Koontz

1607, 1616 Mr. Lallin.........

.1642, 1661 Nr. Lawrence, of Ohio............... 1548,

1549, 1610, 1660, 1661 Mr. Lawrence, of Pennsylvania ... 1560,

1565 Mr. Loan.....

1616, 1642 Mr. Logan........

..1641, 1642, 1643 Mr. Loughridge Mr. Lynch......

............................1606 Mr. Marshall.... ......

.1613, 1619
Mr. McCarthy
Mr. Miller.... .1613, 1614, 1642
Mr. Morgan..

1554 Mr. Mullins

1546, 1557 Mr. Mungen

1639 Mr. Myers....

1547, 1548 Mr. Niblack ..... 1545, 1562, 1619 Mr. Nicholson

1642 Mr. O'Neill......... Mr. Orth

.1616 Mr. Paine.................

1567, 1619 Mr. Perham

1608 Mr. Peters

1618, 1619 Mr. Pike......

1564, 1616 Mr. Poland

1615, 1618, 1619 Mr. Price

1610, 1616 Mr. Randall... . 1546, 1615, 1619 Mr. Rauni ...........................

. 1608, 1609 Nr. Ross............................

1546, 1619 Mr. Sawyer.

... 1642 Mr. Spalding.

1546 Mr. Sievens, of New Hampshire... 1552 Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, 1612,1615 Mr. Stone.........

1607 Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky.....1567, 1604 Mr. Upson

....1619 Mr. Van Auken ........ 1651, 1617 Mr. Van Horn, of Missouri..........1616 Mr. Van Wyck...

Impeachment- Continued.
articles of, reported February 29, 1868.
remarks by-

Mr. Washburne. of Illinois... 1558, 1560
Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania ......1562
Mr. Wilson, of Iowa... 1616, 1640, 1641
Mr. Woodbridge

1640
Mr. Woodward......
yeas and nays on the...

1616,

1617, 1618, 1642, *1643 motion to suspend the rules for the purpose

of placing upon the Journal the protest of certain members in reference to the proceedings of the House on the-[By

Mr. Eldridge, March 2, 1868. ] discussed, 1619, 1682 ; disagreed to, 1633. remarks byMr. Blaine.

1633 Mr. Boutwell

.1619 Mr. Boyer ...... Mr. Broomall

1633 Mr. Burr.........

.1620, 1633 Mr. Dawes

.1633 Mr. Eldridge...... 1619, 1620, 1632, 1633 Mr. Farnsworth

1633 Mr. Holman ....

1633 Mr. Johnson..

1633 Mr. Kelley

1619, 1632, 1633 Mr. Koontz .........

1620 Mr. Nicholson

........................... 1633 Mr. O'Neill.....

1683 Mr. Randall

1619 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.. 1633 yeas and nays on the.........

1633 examination of the question of, and the authorities relating to.....

1559 managers to conduct, before the Senate elected ....

. 1619 instructions to ...............

1642, 1706, 2503 reports from .....

1638, 1642, 1706, 1711, 1861,

2073, 2175, 2307, 2503 resolution directing the Senate tobe informed

that this House have appointed managers to conduct the, and have directed the said managers to carry to the Senate the articles agreed upon-[By Mr. Boutwell,

March 2, 1868. ] agreed to, 1619. resolution directing ihat the articles of, be

carried to the Senate by the managers

[By Mr. Boutwell, March 2, 1868.) agreed to, 1619. resolution for printing one thousand copies

of the articles of-[By Mr. Boutwell,

March 2, 1868.] referred, 1619; reported and agreed to,

1661. joint resolution (II. R. No. 221) requiring

the, to be proceeded in with as little delay as justice may require-[By Mr.

Miller.) rcferred, 1681. resolution directing that the additional arti

cles of, agreed to by the House, be carried to the Senate by managerse

[By Mr. Bingham, March 3, 1868.] agreed to, 1642. resolution authorizing, the managers to

appoint a clerk and a messenger, to be paid at the usual rates, and to send for persons and papers-[By Mr. Bingham,

March 3, 1868.] Agreed to, 1642. resolution that the House attend the man.

agers to the Senate-[By Mr. Bingham,

March 4, 1868.] agrecd to, 1661. resolution for printing three thousand addi:

tional copies of the articles of, adopted by the House-[By Mr. Poland, March

5, 1868. ] referred, 1681. resolution authorizing the managers to sit

during the sessions of the House, and
to send for persons and papers, admin-
ister oaths, and take the iestimony of
witnesses-[By Mr. Bingbam, March 6,

1868. ]
reported and agreed to, 1706.

Impeachment-Continued. resolution that the stenographers of the

House attend the managers to the Senate to report the proceedings of the trial of the, and that ibe same be printed by the Congressional Printer, &c.--[By

Mr. Bingham, March 12, 1868.] referred, 1861. resolution directing the CongressionalPrinter

to furnish copies of the trial of, &c.

[By Mr. Laflin, March 13, 1868.] reported and adopted, 1868. resolution for the suspension of the rules

during the pendency of the, to proceed to the consideration of any matter which may be reported by the managers on the part of the House of Representatives--[By Mr. Butler, of Massachu: setts, March 16, 1868. ] adopted, 1905, resolution that when the Senate shall sit for

the trial of the, the House, in Commit. tee of the whole, will attend with the managers at the bar of the Senate

[By Mr. Boutwell, March 20, 1868] agreed to, 2021. replication to the answer. reported, 2072;. discussed, 2072, 2073,

2078; adopted, 2081.
remarks by-
Mr. Bingham..

2072, 2074, 2075, 2080, 2081 Mr. Blaine......... 2072, 2073, 2078 Mr. Boutwell....

... 2073, 2074, 2079, 2080, 2081 Mr. Butler.......

2074, 2075 Mr. Chanler........ .2073, 2074, 2079 Mr. Eldridge...... 2072, 2078. 2079, 2080 Nr. Farnsworth... .2072, 2078, 2075 Mr. Highy...

.. 2079 Mr. Logan.

.. 2080 Mr. Niblack

2072 Mr. Randall Mr. Spalding..

.. 2073 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, 2072, 2074 Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania... 2079,

2080, 2081 Mr. Wood ......... 2072, 2074, 2075, 2081 Mr. Woodward.

.. 2072, 2073, 2074, 2080, 2081 yeas and nays on the ......

... 2081 resolution directing the Senate to be in

formed that the House of Representatives has adopted a replication to the answer of the President on the articles of, and that the same will be presented to the Sepate by the managers-[By Mr. Boutwell, March 24, 1867.] adopted, 2081. resolution postponing action apon all mat.

ters except questions relating to the, until the conclusion of the trial now perding before the Senate-[By Mr.

Boutwell, March 27, 1887.) reported, 2175. resolution for printing five thousand copies

of the opening address of Hon. Ben. jamin F. Butler, on the trial of, with the accompanying brief of law authorities, and forty thousand copies without the accompanying brief-[By Mr.

Schenck. March 30, 1868. ] referred, 2226; reported, 2228; called up,

2292, 2205 ; recommitted, 2308.
remarks by-

Mr. Brooks.......
Mr. Eldridge.........

2227, 2228, 2232, 2292, 2308 Mr. Garfield..

2292, 2305 Mr. Lalin.....

.2228, 2232 Mr. Ross.........

2228, 2232 Mr. Schenck.......

.2226, 2228 Mr. Washburne, of Ulinois.. .. 2228,

2232, 2305, 23087 bill ($. No. 462) making appropriations for

the expenses of the trial of the, and other contingent expenses of the Senate

for the year ending June 30, 1868. received from Senate, 2305 ; referred,

2305; reported, 2308; discussed, 2008;

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Impeachment--Continued..itaqob weibn || Impeachment-Continued.

175 buil || Impeachment-Continued.h noite passed with amendment, 2310 ; agreed resolution directing the managers on the, sundry minor questions relating to, disto by Senate, 2830 ; enrolled, 2475. trial to investigate the means alleged to

cussed. remarks by

have been used corruptly to influence remarks byMr. Banks.... 2308 the determination of the Senate upon the

Mr. Covode...

1329, 1330 Mr. Ohanler..

.2308

articles of—[By Mr. Bingham, May 16, Mr. Dawes... Mr. Dawes.......

.1868, 1869, 2175, 2176 .2309 1868. ]

Mr. Eldridge.

1425, 1706, 2. Mr. Eldridge... 2308, 2309 reported and discussed, 2503; adopted,

1774, 2227, 2232, 2292, 2307, 2319, 2012 Mr. Spalding.

2308, 2309

2505. Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.........2305, remarks by

2320, 2355, 2364, 2365, 4473, 4474

Mr. Farnsworth.
41790 2308, 2309, 2310
Mr. Baker...

.. 1683,

......2503 Mr. Welker......

...2309
Mr. Bingham.. .2503, 2504, 2505

1905, 2022, 2364, 2365, 4473

Mr. Garfield.... resolution instructing the Committee on

Mr. Boyer....
2528

1504, 1868, 2292

Mr. Hamilton
Mr. Brooks..................

.4473 Printing to order ten thousand additional

2503, 2504

Mr. Jenckes. Mr. Chanler.... copies of the, trial-[By Mr. Miller,

.2503, 2504

2021 800

Mr. Jones, of Kentucky...
Mr. Eldridge
April 17, 1868.]

4473 2503, 2504

Mr. Judd. referred, 2306.

1683
...2505
Mr. Holman.

Mr. Kerr.
Mr. Johnson

1869 resolution for a seleet committee to investi

... 2503, 2504
Mr. Koontz...

1426 gate the facts in connection with a letter

Mr. Kelsey.

... 2503, 2504

Mr. Laflin........ written by certain of the managers in

Mr. Mungen..
...2503, 2504

1868, 2232

Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio....
Mr. Phelps

1906 relation to the Island of Alta Vela

.2503
Mr. Lynch.....

1681 [By Mr. Brooks, May 1, 1868.]

Mr. Ross....

.2503, 2504

Mr. Robinson proposed, 2388, 2337.

Mr. Maynard......1774, 1868, 1869, 2497 .2503, 2504, 2505 Mr. Ward

.2505 remarks by

Mr. Mullins...
Mr. Anderson..

2339
Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.......... 2505

Mr. Mungen....

1906 Mr. Ashley, of Ohio..

2338
yeas and nays on the ..............2503, 2505

Mr. Nicholson
committee to investigate alleged corrupt

.1905, 2175 Mr. Banks..... .2366, 2367

Mr. Phelps...... influences on the Senate, &c...2503, 2505

2320 **** Mr. Bromwell........

.2340 Mr. Brooks ........

reports from.........
.....2535,

1905, 2175 .2333,

2364 2575, 2643, 2651, 2938, 3731, 4474

1681 2334, 2337, 2019 2039,

Mr. Poland
2340, 2341,
resolution requesting the Senate to direct

1905 Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts

that a certified copy of the proceedings 2338,

Mr. Robinson

.2287, 2343, 2344, 2345, 2346, 2341

of the last two days in the trial of the, Mr. Chanler......2340, 2342, 2344, 2347 be sent to the House of Representa

2319, 2320, 2364, 2365, 2879 tives--[By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylva

Mr. Ross..... Mr. Eldridge......

1905, 1906, 2175, 2232 2334, 2335,

Mr. Schenck. nia, May 18, 1868. ]

... 2226, 2227 2337, 2339, 2340, 2341, 2343,

Mr. Scofield.. read, 2529, 2530; adopted, 2532.

. 1425, 2175, 2364 2344, 2345, 2346, 2366, 2367 remarks by

Mr. Spalding......1868, 1869, 2021, 2175 Mr. Farnsworth...

.2366

Mr. Allison....... Mr. Garfield....

2530, 2532

Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, 1421, 2175
..2345, 2346
Mr. Blaine....

.2532
Mr. Thomas.....

1426 Mr. Harding.

.2338
Mr. Boyer.

.2530

Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky... 1425, 1905 Mr. Higby.

2338, 2339
Mr. Brooks....

2530 Mr. Trowbridge
Mr. Logan..
2341, 2342, 2345
Mr. Chanler

.2530
*Mr. Upson .......

1683 Mr. Marshall...

.2339
Mr. Eldridge..

2530

Mr. Van Horn, of New York........ 2304 Mr. Mullins. .2366, 2387

2532 Mr. Kelley...

Mr. Van Wyck .........

2364 Mr. Niblack..

them
.2341, 2348
Mr. Lynch......

2531

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois... 1425, 142i, 2341 Mr. Marshall..

......2531

1868, 1905, 1906, 2021, 2081, 2175. .2344, 2367 Mr. Robinson ........ Mr. Maynard.

2176, 2232, 2233, 2234, 2236, 2239, ,2343, 2344, 2347

.2530, 2532 Mr. Pike .....

..........2530

2287, 2288, 2289, 2291, 2292, 2298, Mr. Ross.....

2342, 2344
Mr. Robinson....

2531, 2532

2303, 2304, 2306, 2307, 2319, 2320, Mr. Schenck...

.2346
Mr. Ross.....

......2530

2329, 2330, 2331, 2332, 2333, 2335, Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, 2366, 2367 Mr. Schenck........... ........ 2531, 2532

2349, 2354, 2362, 2365, 2367, 2497 2345 Mr. Upson. Thail

Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania ......2529,

Mr. Windom....

2354, 2355 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois... .2333,

2580, 2531, 2532 Mr. Wood..

.1329, 2334, 2337, 2338, 2339, Mr. Upson........

2530

1425, 1426, 1905, 2021 2341, 2344, 2347, 2348 Mr. Van Wyck....

yeas and nays on the.........

.2232 Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania ....2366 Mr. Woodward...

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...2530, 2532 || Importation, bill (H. R. No. 878) to encour: 2344

Mr. Woodward............ 2530, 2531, 2532 age commerce and internal trade by faciliyeas and nays on the.

2348 resolution for a select committee to investi

resolution discharging select committee on tating direct--[By Mr. Nicholson.

alleged corruption in the, trial from referred, 1759. gate concerning a letter purporting to

further consideration of the subject- || Iinportations, bill (H. R. No. 953) to encourhave been written by seven members of

[By Mr. Bingham, July 25, 1868.] this House to one of the Senators from

age commerce and internal trade by faciliMissouri in relation to the trial now reported and agreed to, 4474.

tating direct-[By Mr. Grover.] pending in the Senate-[By Mr. Eld. resolution for printing five thousand extra

referred, 2070.

copies of the, trial-[By Mr. Laflin, Imports, bill (H. R. No. 589) to regulate the ridge, May 16, 1868.] proposed, 2497; not entertained, 2498.

July 25, 1868.]

appraisement and inspection of-[By Mr. reported and agreed to, 4501. remarks by

Judd.]
resolution proposing additional articles of,
Mr. Banks........

.2498
[By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, July

referred, 836.
Mr. Benjamin ..........
....2502, 2503

bill (H. R. No. 788) to regulate the appraise

.7, 1868. ] Mr. Blaine.......... ..2498 read and discussed, 3786.

ment and inspection of, in certain Mr. Chanler............ 2502, 2503 remarks by-,

cases-[By Mr. Eggleston.) Mr. Eggleston ....................

2527, 2528
Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania....... 3786

reported and recommitted, 1334; reported Mr. Eldridge........

.. 2471,
Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania..... 3793

and discussed, 2634 ; passed, 2637. OUT 2497, 2502, 2503, 2527 resolution for the-[By Mr. Hamilton, July

In Senate: received from House, 2633 ; Mr. Garfield

..2471
25, 1868.]

referred, 2659; reported, 4098. Mr. Higby...

2502, 2503
read, 4473; referred, 4474.

Income tax, joint resolution (H. R. No. 115) LOTE Mr. Loan....

.2471 sundry minor questions relating to, dis- requiring the Military Committee to inMr. Maynard ..... vo......... 2498, 2527 cussed.

quire into the justice and expediency of Mr. Newcomb... ...................2471 reinarks by

reporting a bill refunding the collected Mr. Robinson...

........ 2498
17. Mr. Banks.

2364

18 from officers of the Army and Navy dueMr. Woodward.......

Mr. Benjamin ............ 2254, 2255, 2364 ring the war-[By Mr. Logan.] 71 yeas and nays on the.................2498 1. Mr. Bingham..... 1683, 1706, 1711, 4474 referred, 90.

iyisi resolution for a select committee to investi

Mr. Blaine.

1330, 1425 resolution calling for a report of the number gate the circumstances connected with STS Mr. Boutwell

.1330, 1426, (1!1? of persons paying an, in each State, the the writing of a letter by the Missouri TOP 1427, 2021, 2175, 2176, 4473, 4474 aggregate amount so paid by States, the delegation to Senator Henderson on the BATMr. Brooks.

.1425, 1706, 2232 number of manufacturers in each State question of-[By Mr. Eggleston, May 07 Mr. Burr

.1425, 1427 paying revenue tax, and the aggregate 19, 1868.] alona

01. Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, 1905, 1906 amount paid in each State--[By Mr. read, 2527; adopted, 2528; committee ap- Mr. Cary ....

2364 iste Selye, Jannary 80, 1868.] pointed, 2532.

Mr. Chanier.

objected to, 834; agreed to, 861,

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Index, resolution directing the preparation of Indian department, bill (H. R. No.819)--Con- Indian department, bill (H. R. No. 1073)--alih an, to the internal revenue act-[By Mr. ad tinuedand again

Continued. turato Laflin, July 22, 1868.] bi

> 2070 ; discussed, 2170; `referred, 2175; remarks byreported and agreed to, 4335. 094 motion to reconsider, 2176. Han

Mr. Pruyn

.2615 Indexing, bill (H. R. No. 1457) to pay for, In Senate: received from House, 1463; re- BOST

Mr. Raum

**... ... 2639 the tax bill. - [By Mr. Schenck. 1 ,!!! ferred, 1464 ; reported, 1694; referred, Mr. Robinson

.2533 reported and passed, 4485; passed Senate, 1887; reported, 1910; discussed, 2041; Mr. Ross .. 2642, 2643, 2710, 2711 4495; enrolled, 4496; approved, 4500. passed with amendment, 2043.2017

Mr. Schenck

...2637 In Senate : received from House, 4454 ; remarks by

Mr. Scofield...... 2592, 2619, 2709 called up, 4459; passed, 4466; enrolled, Mr. Banks......... ...............2176

Mr. Taffe.

2637, 2710 Mr. Blaine...... .2170, 2171, 2175 Mr. Van Horn, of Missouri..........2884, Indian Affairs, the Committee on..........3063 wa Mr. Burleigh ........ 1451, 1454

2685, 2709, 2710, 2711 reports from......

...692, Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts........1424, Mr. Yan Trump.......... 4304, 4305, 4306 693, 1448, 3761, 3853, 3854 08

1452, 1453, 1454, 1455 Mr. Ward........ 2641, 2643, 4304 discharged from subjects... ..693, 3853 LOS Mr. Cavanaugh...................... 1454 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, 2533, 2618, bill (H. R. No. 1152) to restore the Bureau 226 Mr. Chanler.... ..................... 1424,

2637, 2682, 2684, 2707, 2708, of, to the Department of War[By Mr. GOC

1451, 1452, 1454, 1455

2709, 2710, 2711, 2712, 4175 2009 Mr. Clarke, of Kansas......... 1424, 1453 Mr. Welker.......................2709 referred, 2756. Mr. Farnsworth ........................2176

Mr. Windom..........

2615, 2616, bill (H. R. No. 1375) to transfer to the De- MES Mr. Holman .........

.................2170

2617, 2618, 2020, 2621, 2642, partment of the Interior certain powers 800 Mr. Ross

..................1453

32643, 2682, 2707, 2710, 2711 Irland duties now exercised by the Sec- HOS Mr. Spalding

2171, 2176
Mr. Wood......

.2710, 2711 retary of the Treasury in connection 7089 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois......... 1451, | Indian depredations, bill (H. R. No. 705) to with-[By Mr. Windom.]

1452, 1454, 2176 provide for a commission to investigate reported, 3853; discussed, 3853; passed, 7. Mr. Windom...... 2170, 2171, 2175, 2176 claims arising from-[By Mr. Clarke, of $854; passed Senate with amendments, bill (H. R. No. 1073) making appropriations

Kansas. ] 4434; concurred in, 4472; enrolled, 4493; JATUT for the current and contingent expenses read, referred, and printed, 1083. OS approved, 4498.

of the, and for fulfilling treaty stipula- bill (H. R. No. 748) providing for the exam. In Senate : received from House, 3875; tions with various Indian tribes for the ination of claims for, in the Territory of referred, 3875; reported, 4440; passed 174 year ending June 30, 1869—[By Mr. New Mexico-[By Mr. Clever.] with amendments, 4440; agreed to by Butler, of Massachusetts.]

referred, 1217. PT House, 4451; enrolled, 4454.

reported,

2466; called up, 2583; discussed, bill (H. R. No. 265) to reimburse the people

02592, 2614, 2687, 2682, 2707 ; passed, of the Territory of Idaho for losses susMr. Allison.........

2712, passed Senate with amendments, tained by, and for moneys expended in Mr. Mullins...............

.8853

4175; conference, 4175, 4196; confer- protecting their property against hostile Mr. Chanler..

.3853

ence report, 4302; agreed to by Senate, Indians-[By Mr. Holbrook.] 10 Mr. Windom.... :8853, 3854, 4472 4302; discussed, 4802; agreed to by referred, 91. Indian commission, bill (H. R. No. 854) to dis- House, 4306 ; enrolled, 4478; approved, bill (H. R. No. 266) to reimburse the citi. at solve the, authorized by the act to estab- SRO 4498.

for 12

zens of Wasco, Umatilla, Union, Grant, PC tablish peace with certain hostile tribes of In Senate: received from House, 2736 ; and Baker counties for losses sustained

Indians, approved July 20, 1867-[By Mr. referred, 2736; amendment submitted, by-[By Mr. Holbrook.] Juba Clarke, of Kansas.] dan

03389; reported, 3552; amendment, 3570; referred, 91; reported, 361. Preferred, 1631.

ray.710

086...called up, 4050; discussed, 4075, 4097, Indian hostilities, joint resolution (H. R. No. resolution inquiring what extra compensa- 09294113; passed with amendments, 4123 ; 194) extending the provisions of an act Nation has been allowed to civil and mili- Le conference, 4148; conference report, entitled “An act to provide for the pay.

1 tary officers who were authorized by the EU4271 ; discussed, 4271; concurred in by ment of expenses incurred in the suppres; Fact of July 20, 1867, to act as an, to Ira Senate, 4275; by House, 4346; enrolled, sion of, in the Territories of Oregon and establish peace with certain hostile In- SRS 4450.

Washington in the years 1855 and 1856," 175dian tribes-[By Mr. Ward, May 21, remarks by

approved March 2, 1861–[By Mr. Mal85 1868.] 08.03

18 Mr. Allison ...............2708, 2709, 2710 lory.] agreed to, 2544.00

0874. Mr. Ashley, of Nevada......... ..2618 referred, 967. resolution calling for information in regard O. Mr. Ashley, of Ohio................... 2682 Indian lands, bill (H. R. No. 247) to prohibit to a treaty now being negotiated between .es Mr. Bashford .......

.2682 the sale of the Cherokee lands in a body, E the Great and Little Osage Indians, and SEO Mr. Brooks

.2533, and providing for the sale thereof-[By 1802 a special-[By Mr. Julian, June 1, 1868.]

2592, 2641, 2642, 4175, 4303 Mr. Loughbridge.] agreed to, 2753. oyat bro boy 09. Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts....... 2466, referred, 90. bill (H. R. No. 1218) appropriating money SHS DE 2592, 2614, 2615, 2616, 2617, resolution calling for information in refer- to sustain the, and to carry out treaties SENSIS 2618, 2619, 2620, 2621, 2637, 2638, ence to tlie, in Kansas-(By Mr. Van

made thereby -[By Mr. Butler, of Mas- 102639, 2641, 2642, 2648, 2682, 2683, Wyck, December 11, 1867.)
sachusetts. ]
mit 2684, 2707, 2708,2710, 2711, 2712,

agreed to, 134. 455 reported, 3100; passed, 3174, 8175; passed da 4175, 4802, 4303, 4304, 4805, 4306 resolution in relation to the Pottawatomie-

Senate, 3271 ; enrolled, 3299; approved, Mr. Cavanaugh............ 2617, 2638, 2642 [By Mr. Julian, July 7, 1868.] 8731. 01

Mr. Chapler............. 2538, 2616, 2642 agreed to, 3786. In Senate : received from House, 3183; 187774 Mr. Clarke, of Kansas..........2688, 2684 Joint resolution (H. R. No. 149) for the reoch referred, 3183; reported and passed, Mr. Clarke, of Ohio....... ....2709 lief of the settlers on the Osage, in Kan. 3249; enrolled, 3279.

Mr. Clever..................2642, 2643, 4304 sas-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.] remarks by

Mr. Donnelly .................2619, 2620 referred, 474; committee discharged, reMr. Butler, of Massachusetts......3100, Mr. Eldridge......

.................2641

ferred anew, 693.
3174, 3175
Mr. Eliot .......

..........2637 alat Mr. Holman.

joint resolution (H. R. No. 227) enabling Mr. Farnsworth

..........2637 actual settlers to purchase certain, ob. 15. Mr. Schenck............

.8100

Mr. Garfield............. .2592, 2614 tained of the Great and Little Osage Mr. Ward......

.8175
Mr. Harding

2533

Indians--[By Mr. Julian] resolution calling for copies of all vouchers Mr. Higby...............2617, 2621, 2637, reported and discussed, 1703 ; passed, on file with the accounting officers for

B2638, 2639, 2640, 2641, 2682, 2712

171 1705. expenditures made by authority of the, Mr. Holinan...

...... 2533 "In Senate : received from House, 1702; under the act of July 20, 1867—[By Mr. Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts...... 2709, 144. referred, 1702; reported, 2922. 1811 Ward, June 22, 1868].

2710 remarks byagreed to, 8377 mp3

Mr. Johnson......2640, 2641, 2710, 2712 Mr. Cary..... ......... 1704, 1705 resolution calling for copies of all treaties Mr. Julian...

THE Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.... ..........1704 at made by the, with the several tribes of Mr. Kelley

...2708 1179. Mr. Donnelly ....

...... 1704 western Indians during the last and

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

.2711, 2712

19. Mr. Driggs .... present years--[By Mr. Cavanaugh, Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio...............2616, Mr. Harding.....

1704 July 13, 1868.]

178169

tilt 2617, 2618, 2684, 2685, 2710, 2711 ES: Mr. Ingersoll................... 1708, 1704 19d agreed to, 4000.

teiten ! Mr. Maynard......2617, 2682, 2683, 2684, - Mr. Julian............... 1703, 1704, 1705 Indian department, bill (H. R. No. 819)

2685, 2707, 2708, 2009, 2710, 2712 drin Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin, 1704, 1705 od making partial appropriations for the fur- 21 Mr. Miller

2643, 2682, 2707 | sale of Osage, discussed .................2305. #inther expenses of the, and for fulfilling Mr. Mullins.

.............2708 delat

2894, 8171, 3256 e treaty stipulations--[By Mr. Butler, of Mr. Niblack....

.2641, 2707, 2708 Tu remarks byMassachusetts.) Mr. Orth ........... S................2709 Mr. Brooks.........

.......2895 reported, 1424; discussed, 1451,1458; passed, Mr. Paine, 2616, 2017, 2618, 2619, 2637 8. Mr. Burleigh ........

..3264 1455; passed Senate with amendment, Mr. Pile

2617, 2710, 2711
Mr. Cary ......

3265

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