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Mail-Continued.

Mail service, joint resolution (H. R. No. 181) || Mallory, Rufus, a Representative from Oreresolution inquiring the reasons for the dis- to secure the carrying of a daily midnight gon--Continued.

bills introduced by-, mail from New York to Philadelphia, continuance of the midnight, from the city of New York to Philadelphia--[By Baltimore, Washington, and intermediate No. 555-10 provide for the payment of Mr. O'Neill, January 10, 1868. ] places, and to provide for the expense of {wo companies of Oregon volunteers,

and their expenses...... such-[By Mr. O'Neill.]

............779 agreed to, 443

No. 1055—to establish a certain post route referred, 780. resolution calling for copies of all contracts

in the State of Oregon................ 2406 bill (H. R. No. 782) to provide for, between with Benjamin Holliday for the trans

No. 1056-to establish a certain post road Fort Abercrombie, Dakota Territory, portation of the overland, &c.—[By Mr.

in the State of Oregon.... and Helena, in Montana Territory-(By Clarke, of Kansas, Janitary 27, 1868.]

.2406

joint resolations introduced by

Mr. Cavanaugh.] objected to, 783.

No. 194-extending the provisions of an referred, 1318. resolution calling for certain information in

act entitled "An act to provide for the bill (H. R. No. 865) to authorize contracts reference to the overland, contracts with Benjamin Holliday--[By Mr. Clarke, for foreign, and to aid in the construc- payment of expenses incurred in the

suppression of Indian hostilities in the of Kansas, February 20,

tion and employment of American-built 1868.]

Territories of Oregon and Wasbington steamers-(By Mr. Eliot.) adopted, 1294. referred, 1709.

in the years 1855 and 1856," approved Mailable matter, bill (H. R. No. 380) relating joint resolution (H. R. No. 258) in regard to March 2, 1861.........

..967 to, sent to certain societies and public

the, from Fort Abercrombie, Dakota No. 851-extending the act of July 17, libraries--[By Mr. O'Neill.].

Territory, to Helena, in Montana Ter- 1854, providing for the payment of the referred, 473.

ritory-By Mr. Cavanaugh.]

expenses of the Rogue River Indian Mail contractors, joint resolution (H. R. No. referred, 2406.

war to two companies of Oregon volun. 43) authorizing the Postmaster General to

joint resolution (8. R. No. 184) authorizing teers........ secure to. in the Pacific States and Terri

& change of, between Fort Abercrombie resolutions submitted bytories the payınent of their contract pay and Helena.

in relation to the entployment of legal. at San Francisco, California—[By Mr. received from Senate, 2570; discussed, tender notes and gold to a loán, and the Mallory. ]

8311; passed, 3326; enrolled, 3865; ap- national banks (January 27, 1868], 780 - reported adversely and tabled, 667.

proved, 3761.

inquiring the number of soldiers stationed Mail route, bill (H. R. No. 337) to establish remarks by

at certain military posts on the Pacific a, from Mt. Carmel, in the county of Mr. Cavanaugh.....

.8312

coast, and the expense of maintaining Northumberland, Pennsylvania, to Dan. Mr. Covode.....

..3312

the same-[March 10, 1868)..........1806 ville, in said State-[By Sir. Miller.)

Mr. Delano...
.3312, 3313 motions made by.........

. 1505, 2109 referred, 330.

Mr. Donnelly .....3311, 3312, 8313, 3326 incidental remarks by........ 1806, 2175, 8659 bill (H. R. No. 390) to establish a, in Illi

Mr. Farnsworth..

..3311, 8326 remarks on the resolution reported for the nois-[By Mr. Burr.)

Mr. Maynard.

..3312

impeachment of the President....... 1393 referred, 473.

Mr. Ward ........

.8311, 3312, 3326 (See Appendix.) bill (H. R. No. 435) to establish a post road Mr. Washburn, of Indiana...3311, 3326 on the civil appropriation bill..1505,1506 and, in the State of Ohio-[By Mr. yeas and nays on the .......

Malone, Benjamin, bill (H. R. No. 431) for Bingham.]

Mail steamship service, joint resolution (S. R. the relief of, late additional paymaster in referred, 475.

No. 104) relating to the ocean, between the Army-[By Mr. Myers. ] bill (H. R. No. 588) to establish a--(By the United States and China, authorized referred, 475. i Mr. Burr.)

by act of Congress approved February 17, Managers elected to conduct the impeachment referred, 834. 1865.

before the Senate.........

........ 1619 bill (H. R. No. 620) to establish a, from received from Senate, 4334.

Manifests, bill (H. R. No. 334) to relieve ves. Cumberland to Caldwell, in the State | Mails, bill (H. R. No. 176) to amend an act sels engaged in the coasting trade from of Ohio-[By Mr. Bingham.]

entitled “An act to provide for carrying filing-By Mr. Pike.] referred, 934.

the, from the United States to foreign referred, 830. bill (H. R. No. 628) to establish a. in the ports,". approved March 25, 1864—[By Mann, James, a Representative from Louisi:

..4186, 4215 Mr. Chilcott.) State of Texas—[By Mr. Burr.] referred, 935.

reported and passed, 667; passed Senate Manufactured goods, bill (H. R. No. 227) to

with amendment, 3034; discussed, 3308; bill (H. R. No. 641) to establish a, in the

exempt from taxation all, where the proStates of Iowa and Minnesota-[By Mr. concurred in, 3310 ; enrolled, 8327; ap

dact produced or manufactured shall not Hubbard, of Iowa.] proved, 3782

exceed $5,000 per annum, except certain hi Senate : received from House, 674; rereferred, 935.

manufactured artieles specified--[By Mr.

ferred, 699; reported, 1669; discussed, bill (H. R. No. 655) for a, from Rock Island

Williams, of Indiana.]
2996 ; passed with amendments, 2998;
to Galesburg,' in Illinois-[By Mr.

referred, 89.
Harding.)

concurred in by House, 3316; enrolled, || Manufactures, the Committee on.

3821. referred, 936.

reports from ........

.... 1804, 3365, 3794 remarks bybill (H. R. No. 701) to establish a, from

Manufactures, joint resolution (H. R. No. 156)

Mr. Ashley, of Nevada.... 3309
Toledo, Iowa, to Brooklyn, Iowa-[By

to exempt from taxation all such, as relate

Mr. Bashford
Mr. Loughridge.]

.8310 to the industrial interests of the country

Mr. Cavanaugh. referred, 1083.

.3308, 3309 [By Mr. Miller.]

Mr. Chilcott.... bill (H. R. No. 909) to establish a, between

..3308, 3310 referred, 636. Mr. Clarke, of Kansas...

.3309 St. Louis, Missouri, and Hamburg,

Mr. Farnsworth ......... 3308, 3309, 3310

bill (H. R. No. 900) to exempt certain, from Illinois--[By Mr. Burr.]

internal tax-(By Mr. Schenck. ]
resolution inquiring why the railroads be-
referred, 1847

tween Baltimore and New York city re

read, reported, and recommitted, 1774; bill (H. R. No. 964) to establish a, from

reported, 1794 ; discussed, 1794; passed, ceive for the transportation of the, $100 Rockingham to' Waterloo-[By Mr. per mile more than first-class roads, like

1796 ; passed Senate with amendments, Lougbridge.]

2022referred, 2022; reported, 2081;

the New York and Erie-[By Mr. Van referred, 2070.

Wyck, February 26, 1868.]

called up, 2082"; discussed, 2099, 2103 ; bill (H. R. No. 1017) to extend a, from

amendients concurred in with amendagreed to, 1449. Serena to Ottawa, in the State of Illijoint resolution (H. R. No. 242) relating to,

ment, 2108; disagreed to by Senate, nois-[By Mr. Cook.] and mail service-[By Mr. Driggs.]

2143; conference, 2143; conference rereferred, 2305. referred, 2070; reported adversely, 2978.

port, 2171; discussed, 2171; agreed to bill (H. R. No. 1147) to establish a, in the bill (H. R. No. 1307) in relation to the

by House, 2175; disagreed to by Senate, State of New Jersey-(By Mr. Haight.] transportation of United States, by rail.

2207; new conference, 2207 ; conference referred, 2750. road companies—[By Mr. Twichell.]

report, 2228; agreed to by Senate, 2227;

discussed, 2228; agreed
Mail routes, bill (H. R. No. 703) to establish | Mallory, Rufus, a Representative from Ore-
referred, 3364.

2231; enrolled, 2232.
certain, in the State of Minnesota-[By
Mr. Donnelly. ]

In Senate : received from House, 1789 ; rę. gon

........2 referred, 1083. petition presented by.....

ferred, 1789; reported, 1887; discussed,

.......9 bill (H. R. No. 1303) to establish certain, bills introduced by

1913, 1944, 1978; passed with amend in the State of Nebraska-[By Mr. No. 459-to aid in the construction of a

ments, 1992; non-concurred in by

House, 2114 ; conference, 2114, 2128 railroad and telegraph line from PortTaffe.] referred, 3364. land, Oregon, to connect with the Pa

conference report, 2160 ; discussed,

2160, 2177; non-concurred in by Senate,

cific railroad at the northern bend of bill (H. R. No. 1361) to establish certain,

2191; new conference, 2191, 2217; con the Humboldt, in the State of Nevada, in the State of Nebraska-[By Mr. and to secure to the Government the

ference report, 2220; discussed, 2220,

2221; concurred in by Senate, 2224; use of the same for postal, military, and referred, 3757.

concurred in by House, 2227; cu rolled, :.605

2227.

Ana...

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to by House,

Taffe.]

other purposes....... ***

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Manufactures-Continued..
Maritime liens-see Salvage.

Marshal, bill (H. R. No. 288)-Continued.
joint resolution (H. R. No.257) declaring that Market, bill (S. No. 394) to provide for the remarks by
it is inexpedient for this Government to removal of the Center, in the city of Mr. Mullins....

......671
enter into a treaty with any foreign Power Washingtou, and for the erection of a, Mr. Myers...

669
which tends to discriminate against the, building in a more suitable locality.

Mr. Orth .........

.671, 672, ( 78
States and give such foreign Power an received from Senate, 3535; discussed, 4433; Mr. Spalding.

669
undue advantage over the industry of our referred, 4434.

Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania .........070
country-{By Mr. Miller.]

Marriages, bill (H. R. No. 414) to preserve Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...... 669, 672
referred, 2406.
the evidence of, in the District of Colum-

Mr. Woodbridge.

672
bill (H. R. No. 1327) to amend an act to bia—[By Mr. Welker.]

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

... 673
exempt certain, from internal tax, and referred, 474 ; reported, 2163.

Marshals--see Courts.
for other purposes, approved March 31, Married women, bill (H. R. No. 91) concern- Martin, James, bill (H. R. No. 488) for the
1868-[By Mr. Brooks.]

ing the property of, in the District of relief of-[By Mr. Chilcott. ]
referred, 3556; reported and recommitted, Columbia- (By Mr. Niblack.]

referred, 637.
4306.
reported and recommitted, 2162.

Martindale, David W., bill (H. R. No. 1311)
resolution for printing report of Committee Marsball, Samuel S., & Representative from for the relief of Walter Sherwood and
on-[By Mr. Moore, July 3, 1868. ]

Illinois

...2 [By Mr. Johnson.]
referred, 3722; reported and agreed to, resolution submitted by

referred, 3477.
3881.

in relation to the occupancy of room A Marvin, James M., a Representative from New
Maquoketà river, joint resolation (8. R. No. in the Capitol by Miss Vinnie Ream-

York ........

.2
107) in relation to the, in the State of [May 30, 1868]....

.2706 petitions presented by...... ....98, 403,
lowa.

report made by.......

1769

876, 949, 1514, 2233, 2390, 2652, 3238
received from Senate, 3535; passed with motion made by ....

..1769 bill introduced by
amendment, 3881 ; agreed to by Senate, incidental remarks by..... 162, 2773, 3658 No. 1288—to aid in the construction of a
8967; enrolled, 3973.

remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from railroad for military and postal purposes
Marble, resolution in reference to the selling internal tax.......

32

through the wilderness of northern New
of the surplus, and other materials not on the order of business.....

230

York, from Schenectady to the St. Law.
required for completion of public build- on the joint resolution to provide for the

rence river.......

..3363
ings-[By Mr. Driggs, March 24, 1868. }
examination of distillery meters... 432, leave of absence granted to..

..2671
adopted, 2083.

444, 445 Maryland, resolution authorizing Committee
Marie, Henry B. Ste., joint resolution (H. R. (See Appendix.)

on the Judiciary to continue the inquiries
No. 326) for the relief of-[By Mr. Stokes.] on the bill defining a quorum of the Su- heretofore ordered by the House concern-
reported and passed. 3763; passed Senate,

preme Court......

.477, ing public affairs in-[By Mr. Thomas,
4214; approved, 4255.

478, 479, 480, 481, 483, 484 December 17, 1867.]
In Senate : received from House, 3749; re- on the bill in relation to islands in the reported, 230; adopted, 231.
ported, 3983; passed, 4159; enrolled, 4210.

Great Miami river......

509

remarks by-
Maríue corps, bill" (H. R. No. 941) to amend on the supplementary reconstruction bill

Mr. Burr......

231
certain acts in relation to the Navy and

(H. R. No. 439).

...589
[By Mr. Pike. ]

Mr. Phelps....

.230, 231
on the bill to provide for the appoint-

Mr. Thomas...
reported and recommitted, 2022 ; reported,

..230, 231
ment of a marshal for the District of
2328 ; passed, 2324; (see bill H. R. No.

certified copy of the action of tho Legislature
Columbia ........

..669, 670
1023 ;) passed Senate with amendments,

of, ratifying the fourteenth article of
personal and explanatory.... ....861,
4088; referred, 4340.

amendment of the Constitution of the Uni.
862, 987, 988, 989, 990
ted States ....

.4186
In Senate: received from House, 2829; on the correspondence relating to the
referred, 2329; reported, 3671; recom.

Mascher, Eliza, bill (S. No. 295) for the re-
Seeretary of War...

......978
mitted, 3767; reported, 3857 ; discussed,

lief of, widow of John F. Mascher.
in regard to the amplification of speeches,
3986, 4069; passed with amendments,

received from Senate, 3310; passed, 4432;

987, 988, 989, 990
4070; disagreed to by House, 4400.
on the resolution reported for the impeach-

enrolled, 4479.
bill (H. R. No. 1023) to amend certain acts

Mason, Alcy, bill (H. R. No. 992) granting

ment of the President....... ...1398
in relation to the Navy and-[By Mr. (Noi published.)

back pension to—[By Mr. Gravely.]

referred, 2228.
on the articles of impeachment......... 1613
reported, 2323 ; passed, 2324 ; passed (Not published.)

Mason, Oliver P., bill (H. R. No. 560) for the
Senate with amendments, 4088; re-

relief of-[By Mr. Taffe.]
on the bill for the relief of James C.
Sloo.......

..2026

referred, 779.
In Senate: received from House, 2329;

..2339
on the Alta Vela resolution.....

Mathews, Forman, joint resolution (H. R.
referred, 2329; reported, 3671 ; recom-
on the bill for the relief of William Mc-

No. 103) for the relief of David Stout
mitted, 3767; reported, 3857; discussed,

Parker and, owners of the schooner Twi.
Garrahan......

.... 2478, 2479
3896, 4069; passed with amendments,

light-[By Mr. Haight.]
on the resolution asking Senate for a

referred, 71.
Marine schools, bill (H. R. No. 514) to en-

copy of the impeachment proceedings,

2531

Matthews, Eliza, bill (H. R. No. 1170) granting
courage the establishment of public-[By
on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a

a pension to-[By Mr. Perham.]
recusant witness......... 2591, 2675, 3061

reported and passed, 2907; passed Senate,
on the resolution relating to the occu-

4394; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498.

In Senale: received from House, 2925; re-
vide for the examination of masters and

pancy of a room by Miss Vinnie Ream,

2706, 2707

ferred, 2935; reported, 3814; passed, 4363;
on the resolution concerning the taxation

enrolled, 4442.

of United States bonds .......
Marine torts, resolution in relation to--[By

2943

Maus, Charles, bill (H. R. No. 469) granting
on tbe Electoral College bill...........3978,

a pension io, of Lewisburg, Pennsylvania,
8979, 3980

a soldier in the war of 1812–[By Mr.
on the Missouri contested election (case

Miller.]
of Switzler vs. Anderson)........... 4131

referred, 636.
sontation of the United States at the inter-
on the bill in reference to vacancies in

May, Charles, bill (H. R. No. 1109) for the

relief of, of Milwaukee, in the State of
the Departments.................

.4134, 4135
4307

Wisconsin-[By Mr. Paine. ]
on the funding bill.
(See Appendix.)

referred, 2569; reported and recommitted,

3655.
to by Senate, 1797; enrolled, 1806.

on the bill regulating the presentation of

bills to the President........ .... 4342 resolution in reference to the claim of-[By
on the bill relating to appeals and writs

Mr. Bailey, July 1, 1868. ]
.1771, 1772
of error ......

4431 agreed to, 3655.
.1771 leave of absence granted to........ 2319; 8692

2319, 8692 Maynard, Horace, a Representative from Ten.
nessee......

.2
1771 || Marshal, bill (H. R. No. 288) to provide for

490, 562,
1771

petitions presented by.
the appointment of a, for the District of
.1771 Columbia-[By Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.]

699, 998, 1142, 1162, 2292, 2307, 2789
.1771 referred, 208; reported, 669; discussed, bills introduced by-
.................. 1772
669, 671; tabled, 678.

No. 310--for the better establishment of

......213
...... 1771 remarks by

certain claims.......
.1771, 1772

Mr. Holman... .........669, 670, 672 No. 311-to pension the soldiers of the
..1771
Mr. Julian......

....671

War of 1812..
..........1771
Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio ........

No. 312-making provision for officers
...... 1771

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Pike.]

ferred, 4340.

4070.

Mr. Eliot.]
referred, 694.
Marine service, bill (H. R. No. 513) to pro;

mates in the-[By Mr. Eliot.]
referred, 694.

Mr. Niblack, December 9, 1867.]
adopted, 97.
Maritime exhibition at Havre, joint resolu.

tion (S. R. No. 89) providing for the repre-
national.
received from Senate, 1045; discussed, 1771;
passed with amendments, 1772; agreed

...............

remarks by

Mr. Banks...............
Mr. Blaine.....
Mr. Chanler
Mr. Harding.
Mr. Ingersoll
Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio...
Mr. Paine .............*
Mr. Ranm
Mr. Schenck.......................
Mr. Scofield..
Mr. Spalding
Mr. Van Wyck ...
Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin....

.....213

.....208,

669, 670, 671, 672 and soldiers not mastered into the ser.
.1771
Mr. Marshall....... ...... 669, 670

vice...

....218

nessee

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1868).....

Maynard, Horace, a Representative from Ten-Maynard, Horace, a Representative from Ten.

Maynard, Horace, a Representative from Ten. Maynard, Horace, a Representative from Ten- Continued. nessee--Continued.

nessee-Continued. bills introduced by

remarks on the Kentucky election (case of remarks on tax bill (H. R. No. 1060), 2825, No. 979—for the relief of Miss Sue MurSymes vs. Trimble)...449, 450, 451, 452

2826, 2927, 2837, 2843, 2846, phey, of Decatur, Alabama ..........2207 on the bill defining a quorum of the Su

2830, 2853, 2877, 2878, 2888, 2891, No. 1013-couferring the franking priv.

preme Court.........
.........478, 485

2894, 2913, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2921, ilege npon Miss Dorothy L. Dix...2304 on the supplementary reconstruction bill

2948, 2950, 2001, 2955, 2966, 2957, No. 1014-to aid the Memphis, El Paso, (H. R. No. 439) .........548, 662

2978, 280, 2984, 2987, 2988, 2989, and Pacific Railroad Company of Texas on the Dubuque and Sioux city railroad

3037, 3038, 3039, 3041, 3044, 3047, in the construction of a railroad and

biil....
.........566, 568

8049, 3064, 3065, 30066, 3070, 8072, line of telegraph from the Mississippi on the resolution limiting contracts for

3107, 3108, 3109, 8111, 3134, 3135, river to the Pacific ocean..... ....2804

stationery.....

.........665

3137, 3138, 3141, 3143, 3144 joint resolution introduced by

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 320), (See Appendix.) No. 184--for the settlement of certain

058, 689 on the bill to improve the Mississippi claims of Joseph Segar, of Virginia, 805 on the bill for the sale of the arsenal river........ ..2834, 3927. 4256, 4257 resolutions submitted by

grounds at St. Louis.........715, 116, 717 on the bill for the relief of Thomas Mcin relation to drawing for seats-[Decem- on the bill to prevent the payment of

Lean ......

..... 2905 ber 2, 1867).........

certain claims... 787, 738, 739, 740, 782 on the bill relating to swamp lands in instructing Committee on Foreign Affairs on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri

Wisconsin ...

.2906 to inquire into the propriety of provid- can citizens abroad......853, 1104, 1806 on the resolution relating to the pay of ing by law that the representatives of on the southern land grants bill .........844

clerk to a committee. .........2909 this Government to Hayti, Liberia, and on the resolution concerning the arrest on the bill for the relief of certain citi. other parts of Africa, shall be selected and trial of Stephen J. Meany, 945, 949

zens of Arkansas...

..... 3030 from citizens of African descent-[De- on the Military Academy appropriation on the bill for relief of Sarah Lea, 8132 cember 12, 1867)............

.......154

bill....... ....... 992, 995, 996, 997, 1020 on the resolution relating to the Great calling for any report made to Major Gen. on the legislative appropriation bill, 1019, and Little Osage Indians............8182 eral Winfield S. Hancock by Lieutenant

1020, 1024, 1046, 1048, 1031, 10.52, on the resolution of instructions on the tax William Hawley, commanding post at

1053, 1111, 1114, 1187, 1138, 3699,

bill...........8165, 3166, 8168, 8170, 3171 Marshall, Texas, of a riot at that place

3700, 3704, 370.), 8707, 3724, 372.) on the bill relative to contested elections on the 31st of December, 1867---[Jann. on the bill granting a pension to Eliza

in Washington city ............... .8174 ary 22, 1868).

.693
beih Builer

...1042 on the Tennessee election (case of R. R. in reference to the regulation of import on the Kentucky election case of Samuel

Butler)........

.....3198 duties by treaty, &c.--[February 4, E. Smith) ......... 1184, 1185, 1186, 1188 on the clerks' twenty per cent. resolution,

......
.967 on questions relating to impeachment.

3199, 8256 requiring the House to appear at the bar

1774, 1868, 1899, 2197 on the national safe deposit bill....... 3202 of the Senate each day pending the trial on the joint resolution concerning cap. on the bill to relieve certain citizens of of the President, &c.-[March 13, 1868], tured property..... .....1762, 1763, 1767 North Carolina (rom political disabili 1868 on the bill to establish an assay office in

ties......

.8300 for the payment of Joseph Powell, contest

Idaho......

.1768, 1769 on the joint resolution in regard to the ing the seat of Hon. R. R. Butler, a Rep. on the report on the cancellation and

mail service in Dakota......

..3812 resentative from the first district of Ten

destruction of United States bones, on the tax bill (H.R. No. 1284) 3337,8407, nessee-[June 30, 1868]..

.3614
1854, 1855, 1856, 18.77

3111, 34448448, 2486, 3490, 8491, reports made by. 8356, 4469 on the bill for the relief of the heirs of

8492, 3500, 3.502, 8527, 3536, 3537 motions made by..

11, 13, 65,

General Duncan L. Clinch............. 1867 on the qualification of the Arkansas mem312, 602, 764, 1116, 1141, 1769, on the amendment of the judiciary act,

bers.........

.3396 1774, 1938, 2163, 2329, 2526, 2532,

1881, 1882, 2003, 2004 during call of the Honse, 8416, 8454, 3455 2533, 3733, 4062, 4186, 4429, 4430 on the bill for the relief of W. W. Holden on the bill for the relief of contractors for incidental remarks by. and others......... 1906, 1907, 1929, 1930 iron-rlads.......

..3554, 4414 154, 155, 332, 361,899,638.693,899,967, on the civil appropriation bill.........2003, on the bill for relief of B. B. French. 3555 1729, 1761, 1768, 1769, 1806, 1828, 1859,

3848, 3849, 8850, 4062 on the taxation of interest on bonds, 3588, 1860, 1971, 2082, 2162, 2103, 2193, 2:310, on the bill for relief of William Shank, 2025

3589 2318, 2335, 2570, 2012, 273, 2912, 2830, on the bill to exempt certain manufactures on the bill for the relief of Anthony Bucher, 2835, 2872, 2876, 2905, 3199, 3364, 3.524,

froin tax......

210:3, 2106 3554, 3556, 3597, 3614, 3655, 3758, 3739, on Cornecticut avenue railway bill, 2163

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341), : 3761, 3764, 3890, 3895, 3943, 3953, 4001, on the bill to amend the judiciary act,

3726, 3727, 3728, 3729, 3730, 4003, 4082, 4172, 1252, 4296, 4334, 4378,

2166, 2170

3731, 3939, 4239, 4307, 4308 4432, 4433, 4472, 4177, 4479, 4489, 4490 on the Ohio election (case of Delano vs. personal and explanatory. remarks in reference to drawing for seats, 3

Morgan).......

.2288 on the bill for tlie removal of certain polit. on the Kentucky election (cases of Grover, on the report in regard to lighting the ical disabilities ........

.3852 Knott, &c.). ..........

„11, 13
Hall.....

...2319

on the resolution for a clerk to the Comion the bill to exempt cotton from internal on the bill for the relief of J. S. Cun.

mittee on Invalid Pensions....... .3893, 28, 35, 741. 897, 898

ningham....

........... 2321, 2322 on the Kentucky election (case of George on the bill to amend bankrupt act, 2:3:27 on the bill granting a pension to Mrs. D. Blakey) ..50, 60, 61 on the Donnelly and Washburne contro

Emma M. Moore...... on the resolution for the impeachment of

versy....

.2757 on the bill in relation to New York war the President, reported from the Judi- on the resolution concerning a letter to claims........ ciary Committee ..

.65, 67

Senator Henderson...... .2498, 2527 on the tariff bill... on the resolution to print extra copies of on the resolution asking Senate for a on the resolution for an investigation of

the Postmaster General's report...... 71 copy of the impeachment proceedings, the disbursement of the contingent fund, on the order of business...... 98, 105, 156,

2530, 2532 295, 2304, 2574, 2905, 2906, 2943, on the bill for the relief of Palemon

on the presidential election............4186 3723, 3765, 4003, 4186, 4307, 4390

John..........

.... 2540 (See Appendix.) on the President's message.. ..139, on the report concerning the steamboat on the funding bill, 4173, 4188. 4222, 4225 144, 157, 161, 764 J. H. Cheeseman's crew........

.......2540

on the joint resolution adinitting steam on the purchase of Alaska........189, 1870, on the bill for the survey of certuin Indian plows free of duty ......... 1871, 3623, 2625, 3628, 3658, 3660, reservations ...............3098, 3099, 3100

on the bill to create an additional land 3661, 3665, 3670, 3811, 4055, 4392 on the partial deficiency bill... 2572, 2573 district in Minnesota....................4343 (See Appendix.)

on the river and harbor bill..... .. 2611, on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 809),

on the bill to provide n government for the 2957, 3203, 3560, 3590, 3591 213, 214, 215 on the bill to promote American com.

Territory of Wyoming .........4344, 4345

on the bills making appropriations for the on reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 214),

merce............

,2613, 3236

Columbia Deaf and Dumb Institution. 265, 266 on the Indian appropriation bill, 2617,2682,

4377 on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 313).....312,

2683, 2684, 2685, 2707, on the resolution for an adjonrnment to 315, 316

2708, 2709, 2710, 2712 on allowing a clerk to a committee.....314 on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a

September........................4379, 4411 on the resolution authorizing the sale of recusant witness......... 2704, 2705, 2938

on the bill relating to appeals and writs of iron-clads......... 359, 360, 361 on the Donnelly and Washburne contro- on the bill to regulate the duty on copper on the joint resolution relating to Ameri

versy.
.....2757

.4495 can citizens imprisoned in Ireland...420

on the joint resolution relative to the on the bill to amend the tax laws-see on the joint resolution to provide for the Cherokee and Osage Indian lands, Appendix. examination of distillery meters ....433

2814, 2816, 2816 I leave of absence granted to........ 2888, 3422

.... 37,

3723

....,3801

tax....

3900, 3927

.8896, 3897

.8945 4009, 4010

4084, 4427

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CCLXXXIII
MeBride, Phæbe, bill(H. R. No. 1180) grant- McClurg, Joseph W., a Representative from McCullough, Hiram, a Representative from
ing a pension to, mother of Thomas Mc- Missouri-Continued.

Maryland-Continued.
Bride, deceased--[By Mr. Miller.]
resolutions submitted by—

remarks on report concerning certain charges
reported and passed, 2909; passed Senate, that John D. Young is not entitled to take against the Sergeant-at-Arms........1293
4395; enrolled, 4134 ; approved, 4498.

the oath of office as a Representative on the bill to incorporate the National
In Senate: received from House, 2925; from the ninth district of Kentucky or Art Union Association ... ... 3061, 3062

referred, 2985; reported, 3857 ; passed, to bold a seat therein as such Repre- on National Life Insurance Company, 4342
4364; enrolled, 4443.

sentative-[March 23, 1868]....... 2072

leave of absence granted to........

.223€
McBride, Samuel, bill (H. R. No. 226) for the that Samuel McKee is not entitled to a seat McDonald, Francis S., joint resolution (H. R.

relief of, a soldier of the war of 1812–[By as Representative from the ninth district No. 237) for relief of-[By Mr. Donnelly.)
Mr. Arnell.]

of Kentucky--[March 23, 1868]...2072 referred, 1900,
referred, 89.

directing the Speaker to notify the Gov. || McDonald, William H., bill (H. R. No. 773
McCabe, Rosalinda, bill (H. R. No. 1385) ernor of Kentucky that a vacancy ex- granting a pension to-[By Mr. Polsley. ]

granting a pension to, widow of Barney ists in the representation in this House reported and passed, 1296 ; passed Senate
McCabe, deceased, late private tenth regi- from the ninth district of Kentucky- with amendinents, 3310; disagreed to,
ment New York cavalry volunteers-[By [March 23, 1868]..........

2072 3693; conference, 3694, 3732; conference
Mr. Miller.]

in reference to a grant of land, including report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928;
reported and passed, 3890; passed Senate, the vacant land along the course of the by House, 3938; enrolled, 3981; approved,
4395 ; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498.

Osage river, in the State of Missouri, 4255.
- In Senate : received from House and re.

for the improvement of said river- In Senate: received from House, 1292; re-
ferred, 3917; reported, 4146; '-passed, [June 22, 1868)...........

3364 ferred, 1308; reported, 1669; passed with
4367; enrolled, 443.

directing $1,500 to be paid to A. C. Hunt amendment, 3321, 3322; conference, 3688;
McCall, Mrs. C. F., resolution in reference to for expenses of contesting the seat of conference report, 3857 ; concurred in by
the expediency of granting a pension to-

George M. Chilcott, Delegate in the Senate, 3857; by House, 3954; enrolled,
[By Mr. Harding, February 26, 1868.)

Fortieth Congress from the Territory of 3958.
agreed to, 1449.

Colorado--[July 25, 1868]...........4471 | McDougall, Captain David, joint resolution
McCann, Dwight J., bill.(H. R. No. 1209) for reports made by.......... .1294. 2072, 2233
the relief of-[By Mr. Taffe.]

(H. R. No. 270) tendering the thanks of
incidental remarks by, 1050, 3364, 3940, 4471 Congress to, of the United States Navy-
referred, 2977.

reinarks on the President's message....... 72 [By Mr. Coburn.)
McCarthy, Dennis, a Representative from New on the order of business.....

.884 referred, 2526.
York....

.2 on the bill in relation to the Missouri joint resolution (H. R. No. 307) tendering
petitions presented by.....
....................433,

troops..........

......... 473, 991 a vote of thanks to- [By Mr. Archer.]
845, 1189, 1287, 1460, 1644, 1833, on the bill concerning land grants to referred, 3377.
2406, 2456, 2471, 2622, 2726, 3212 southern railroads........

.812, || Mcllroy, John P., bill (H. R. No. 634) grant-
bills introduced by

813, 814, 815, 1050 ing a pension to Walter H. Tinker and
No. 590-establishing & post road from

on the resolution concerning contracts of [By Mr. Anderson.]
Marathon to Smithville Flats, New

the Post Office Department...1294, 1295 referred, 935.
York..........

...837 on the Kentucky election (case of McKee McGarrahan, William, bill (H. R. No. 65) for
No. 591—establishing a post road from

vs. Young).... ......... 2072, 2073, 3372 the relief of-[By Mr. Wilson, of Iowa.]
Syracuse to Euclid, New York, ......837 || McCormick, James R., a Representative froin reported, 2388; report read, 2389; discussed,
resolution submitted by

Missouri.....

229 2471, 2475; passed, 2479 ; indefinitely
in relation to the right of expatriation and

petitions preseuted by........517, 1514, 1541 postponed by Senate, 4489.
the protection of American citizens-
bill introduced by-

In Senate : received from House, 2505; refer-
[January 14, 1868]..............

No. 1151--for the relief of Lewis J. Car- ence discussed, 2506; referred, 2507; re-

..505
report made by

4051

diff, of St. Francis county, Missouri, 2750 ported adversely, 3566; indefinitely post-
motion made by..

.4051

joint resolution introduced by-
incidental remarks by......

poned, 4453.
. 105

No. 160-granting a pension to Helia B. remarks by-
remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from

Cooksey.

636

Mr. Boutwell..... 2472, 2473, 2478, 2479
29
resolutions submitted by-

Mr. Eldridge.....

................ 2476, 2477
on the resolution reported for the im-
in relation to the pay, bounty, and pension

Mr. Ferriss ...............................

.2473
peachment of the President........... 1388
of certain officers and soldiers-[March

Mr. Higby

.2389,
4, 1868).....,

1668

2474, 2475, 2476, 2477, 2478, 2479
on the articles of impeachment

..1566
that there be paid to James H. Birch, of

Mr. Johnson......

...2474, 2475
during call of the House...

Missouri, $2,500 for time spent and Mr. Marshall
.2645

.2478, 2479
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)........2983
expenses incurred in prosecuting his Mr. Pruyn.........

...2472, 2476
on the purchase of Alaska ........3807, 4055
claim to a seat in this House-[March

Mr. Robinson.

...2479
on the tariff bill

9, 1868].....

.1761
Mr. Spalding.......

2389
leave of absence granted to ........

..4010
..1277,
motion made by.

..3456

Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania........ 2389
1668, 1968,2233, 2318, 2480, 3034

incidental remarks by ........1772, 2570, 3375 Mr. Taffe
McCarty, Charles, bill (H. R. No. 692) for the

.2475
remarks on death of Hon. Thomas E. Noell, Mr. Van Wyck...2173, 2474, 2475, 2478
relief of, of Indiana-[By Mr. Hunter.]
a Representative from Missouri .........698 Mr. Ward.....

.... 2478
on the resolution reported for the impeach- Mr. Washburne, of Illinois......... 2389,
McClurg, Joseph W., a Representative from

ment of the President ..................
.. 1394

2473, 2474, 2479
(See Appendix.)

Mr. Wilson, of lowa.....
petitions presented by .......

.2
..403, 980,

on the bill for the relief of Robert L. Lind-
1716, 1806, 1910, 1974, 2526, 2593, 3462

2389, 2471, 2472, 2473, 2474,
say..

.2501

2175, 2476, 2477, 2478, 2479
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)....., 3037 yeas and nays on the.....

nen.... 2479
No. 629-to confirm certain entries of

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284), 3420, 3446 || McGarvey, William M., bill (H. R. No. 289)
public lands made at the land office at

during call of the House..

..3455 confirming the title of, to certain lands ir
Boonville, Missouri..........

on the river and harbor bill.....3596, 3597 Iowa--[By Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.]
No. 1186-lo amend the charter of the

.....935

leave of absence granted to.... .2193, 3552 referred, 208.
National Capital Insurance Company,

McCreary, Charles O., bill.(H. R. No. 1097) || McGrorty, Bridget W., bill (S. No. 319) grant-
for the relief of-[By Mr. Holman.]

ing a pension to, and the minor children
2985
referred, 2534.

of

William B. McGrorty, deceased.
No. 147-placing certain troops of Mis-

McCreary, Robert, bill (H. R. No. 228) for the received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869;
souri on an equal footing with others as
relief of-[By Mr. Kerr.]

reported and passed, 2910; enrolled, 2942.
referred, 89.

McGrorty, William, a contesting Delegate from
....473 || MeCrory, Robert, bill (H. R. No. 772) grant- Utah

.3886
ing a pension to-[By Mr. Polsley. ] (See Contested Election.)
reported and passed, 1296; passed Senate, remarks on the Utah contested election, 4888

3340; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3732. resolution that, is not entitled to a seat in this
In Senate : received from House, 1292; House as a Delegate from the Territory of

referred, 1308; reported, 1669; passed, Utah-[By Mr. Chanler, July 9, 1868.]
instructing the Committee on Southern | McCullougb, Hiram, a Representative from

105
3321; enrolled, 3359.

reported, 3886; notice, 4133 ; discussed,

4383 ; adopted, 4389.
Maryland .....

......2 resolution directing $2,500 to be paid to, for
reports made by......

expenses of contesting the seat of Wil-
motions made by.

... 3061

; liam H. Hooper, Delegate in the For.
incidental remarks by:

....... 3061

tieth Congress from the Territory of
remarks on the resolution relating to the Utah-[By Mr. Poland, July 25, 1868.]
District jail...

862, 863 reported and objected to, 4472

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internal tax.....

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referred, 1083.

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Missouri......

bills introduced by-

. 2388,

joint resolution introduced by-5

to bounties.........
resolutions submitted by
authorizing the payment of two witnesses,
..Mr. Gould and Mr. Pickerell, who have
testified before the select Committee on
Southern Railroads -- [December 10,
1867]
Railroads to examine into the subject
of contracts by the Post Office Depart-
ment for the transportation of the United
States mail and report whether there is
any evidence of corruption, &c.-[Feb.
ruary 20, 1868)...vr. van

..: 294

...... 3060, 4477

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Mellvaive, Lavina J., bill (H. R. No. 336) for Meany, Stephen J., resolution in relation to the Mercur, Ulysses, a Representative from Pent-
the relief of—[By Mr. Koontz.]
rights of adopted citizens[By Me. Rob- sylvania .....

..295 referred, 330.

inson, February 3, 1868.]

petitions presented by. ........ 295, 342, McIntosh, James, joint resolution (S. R. No. read and discussed, 945 ; referred, 249.

872, 605, 785, 920, 1460, 1514, 102) instructing the superintendent of the remarks by-

1910, 2887, 2582, 2757, 3212 Asylum for the Insane in the District of

Mr. Allison ............

...945 bills introduced by“ Columbia, to admit, on the same footing Mr. Banks................945, 947, 948, 949 No. 389-granting an increased pension to as indigent insane persons of the District. Mr. Bingham....945, 946, 947, 948, 949

Elizabeth Magee..

.......831 received from Senate, 1045; passed, 1768;

Mr. Eldridge.

..947 No. 483—for the relief of Palemon Jobu, EL. enrolled, 1774.

Mr. Higby.....
.947

475

10.45 McKean, Captain William, bill (H. R. No. 828)

Mr. Holman....

949 No. 1325--for the relief of B. B. French, for the relief of-[By Mr. Van Aernam.] Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio......... .946

8555 reported and passed, 1450; passed Senate,

Mr. Maynard..

...945, 949 No. 1419—in addition to the act of July 4, 3340 ; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3781.

Mr. Niblack

...946

1836, to promote the progress of the In Senate: received from House, 1463; re

Mr. Pruyn.....

..947
useful arts ........

..........4000 ferred, 1464 ; reported, 1669; passed,

Mr. Robinson ...945, 946, 947, 948, 949 resolution submitted by3321; enrolled, 3359.

Mr. Ward

.949 authorizing Clerk of the House to pay McKee, Samuel, resolution that, is not enti

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.......

F. B. Meigs, elerk of the select Com. tled to a seat as Representative from he

Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania ......946 mittee on Southern Railroads, the usual ninth district of Kentucky-[By Mr. „Ic

yeas and nays on the ....

..945, 949 allowance for one month's service tenClurg, March 23, 1868.)

Mears, Henry B., bill (H. R. No. 325) for the dered said committee-[December 20, reported, 2072, 2773; recommitted, 2812. relief of-[By Mr. Coburn.]

1867)...............

..........314 referred, 286. resolution that, was duly elected a member

.314,

reports made by of the House in the Fortieth Congress Meeker, Rebecca C., bill (S. No. 597) granting

1504, 2589, 2540, 3568, 3761 from the ninth district of Kentuckya pension to.

motions made by.....

. 735, 3762 [By Mr. Cook, June 17, 1868.] received from Senate, 4395 : referred, 4477.

.8875 incidental remarks by...

remarks on the resolution authorizing the reported, 3223 ; notice, 3266 ; discussed, | Meeting of Congress, bill (H. R. No. 81) in 3328, 3331, 3336, 3337, 3340, 3346, 3368;

regard to the--[By Mr. Hooper, of Mas- Committee on Southern Railroads to

sachusetts.] adopted, 3875.

employ a clerk .......

.....814 McKee, Samuel, a Representative from Ken: | Meigs, F. B., resolution authorizing, Clerk of called up, 3765; laid aside, 3884.

on the bill for the relief of Palemon John,

2539, 2340 tucky..

.......3375

the House to pay, clerk of the select Com. on the report concerning the steamboat J. (See Contested Election.) incidental remarks by....,

mittee on Southern Railroads, the usual H. Cheeseman's crew................... 2540 ....... 4002

allowance for one month's service rendered on the bill for the relief of John Sedg: remarks on the river and harbor bill...3593, said committee--[By Mr. Mercur, Decem

wick....

..... 2540, 2610, 2611
3597
ber 20, 1867.]

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)... ...2954
on the bill relating to vacancies in the
adopted, 314.

during call of the House............ 3416 Departments......... .4134, 4260, 4262 leave of absence granted to .........

Meigs, Flora, bill (H. R. No. 582) to grant a on the bill for the relief of B. B, French, .3589

3555 McLean, Thomas, bill (H. R. No. 1033) for

pension 10-[By Mr. Humphreys. referred, 780.

leave of absence granted to, 1689, 2388, 3887 the relief of-[By Mr. Eldridge.] referred, 2332; reported, 2895; passed.2905; Mellon, Michael, bill (H. R. No. 826) grant

Meridian circle, bill (H. R. No. 1364) to remit passed Senate, 2976 ; enrolled, 2977; aping a pension to--[By Mr. Beatty. ]

the duty on a, imported as a present for proved, 3063. reported and passed, 1450 ; passed Senate,

the Astronomical Observatory, Cambridge, In Senate: received from House, 2904 ; re3340; enrolled, 3876; approved, 3781.

Massachusetts-[By Mr. Hooper, of MasIn Senate : received from House, 1463 ; re

sachusetts.] ferred, 2904 ; reported and passed, 2959 ; enrolled, 2963.

ferred, 1464; reported, 1669 ; passed, 8322,

referred, 3364. McMahon, Rev. John, joint resolution (H. R.

8323; enrolled, 3359.

Meridian circles, joint resolution (H. R. No. Merchandise, bill (H. R. No. 569) allowing, to

327) authorizing the Secretary of the No. 137) requesting the President to interbe withdrawn from warehouse at Indianola

Treasury to remit the duty on certaincede with her majesty the queen of Great Britain to secure the speedy release of, and to be transported in bond to San

(By Mr. Schenck.] convicted as a Fenian raider, and now

Antonio, Texas-[By Mr. Eliot.]

reported, 3854 ; passed. 3854. confined at Kingston, Canada West—[By referred, 780.

In Senate : received from House, 8876; Mr. Ortb. ] bill (H. R. No. 1071) to further prevent | Meters, joint resolution (H. R. No. 127) rela

referred, 3876. reported, 385; discussed, 385, 417 ; passed

undervaluation of, imported into the
United States-[By Mr. Woodbridge.]

tive to furnishing, to certain distillersSenate, 3107; enrolled, 3182. In Senate : received from House, 405; rereferred, 2461.

[By Mr. Koontz.) ferred, 407; reported and passed, 3074; Merchant, L., & Co., bill (H. R. No. 1320) for

referred, 230. enrolled, 3130.

the relief of, and Peter Rosecranz-[By

resolution calling for certain information in remarks by Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts.]

reference to, for distilleries--[By Mr.

Mungen, December 18, 1867.]
Mr. Bank&.......

reported, 3554; discussed, 3942; passed,
420

referred, 264.
3943; passed Senate, 4175; enrolled, 4182
Mr. Brooks
420

joint resolution (H. R. No. 140) to provide Mr. Cullom

386

approved, 4422
In Senate: 'received from House, 3956 ; re-

for & commission to examine and reMr. Higby

.420
ferred, 3982; reported, 4093; enrolled,

port on, for distilled spirits-[By Mr.
Mr. Kerr
420

Schenck.)
4151.
Mr. Orth:.... .885, 386, 417, 419, 420
Merchant marine, bill (H. R. No. 1101) in re-

reported, 421; discussed, 422,443 ; passed, Mr. Paine........

.885, 386, 417
lation to the, of the United States-[By

447; passed Senate with amendments, Mr. Shanks......

419
Mr. Eliot.)

830 ; motion to take up. 844; amendo Mr. Wood..

.417, 418, 419 McManus, Jobn, bill (H. R. No. 412) for the Merchant, Mary, bill (H. R. No. 815) for the referred, 2542.

ments concurred in, 865; enrolled, 875;

approved, 937. relief of, of Chautauqua county, New

In Senate: received from House, 434; York-[By Mr. Van Aernam.]

relief of, of Hancock county, Ohiom[By referred, 448 ; reported, 491; discussed,

Mr. Mungen.] referred, 474.

651, 794 ; passed, 800; enrolled, 876. referred, 1419.

remarks byMcMurray, Janè, bill (S. No. 546) for the bill (H. R. No. 1178) granting a pension to,

Mr. Brooks....

446 relief of.

'mother of Timothy H. Pittsford, late a Mr. Boger... received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346;

private in company G, first regiment Mr. Burr..
committee discharged, 'referred anew, United States veteran engineer corps

Mr. Chanler.....
8613.
[By Mr. Miller.]

Mr. Covode ................... ***** *********

.432 MeNaughton, Jane, bill (H. R. No. 1391)

reported and passed, 2908 ; passed Senate, Mr. Driggs.. grauting a pension to-[By Mr. Miller.)

4395 ; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. Mr. Eldridge.
reported and passed, 8891; passed Sen- In Senate : received from House, 2925 ; Mr. Glossbrenner
ate, 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, referred, 2935; reported, 3814 ; passed, Mr. Higby.
4364; enrolled, 4443.

Mr. Hunter...
In Senate: received from House and re-
Merchants' books, resolution instructing Com. Mr. Ingersoll.

................................430 ferred, 8917; reported, 4146; passed, mittee on Commerce to inquire into the

Mr. Kerr.....
4368; enrolled, 4443.
expediency of repealing so much of the act

Mr. Koontz......
McNeal, Lutber, bill (H. R. No. 860) for the

to regulate the disposition of fines as pro- Mr. Logan, 424, 426, 426, 427, 429, 430 relief of, late postmaster at Lancaster, Erie vides for the search and seizure of, and

Mr. Marshall..
county, New York-{By Mr. Humphrey.)
papers-(By Mr. Pike, January 22, 1868.] Mr. Maynard.

.....................433
referred, 1668.
agreed to, 693.

Mr. Mungen...................... 428

.........................

........

...............

482 426, 427

446

..444,

.................. 044

427, 447, 844

.447 .424 430

4497.

423,

.............................440

.423

432, 444, 445

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