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Pike, Frederic A., a Representative from | Pile, William A., a Representative from Mis- | Pile, William A., a Representative from Mig-
MaineContinued.
souri-Continued.

souri --Continued.
remarks on the bill to admit Arkansas to rep- joint resolutions introduced by

remarks on the case of Charles W. Woolley,
resentation in Congress. .....2375 No. 268—for the relief of Robert L. Lind-

a recusant witness....... 2589, 2672, 2941
on the bill for the relief of E. Shead, 2459

say......

2501 on the bill to promote American com-
on the resolution asking Senate for a copy No. 274-anthorizing the appointment of merce........ ....3613, 3237, 3238

of the impeachment proceedings... 2530 a commercial commissioner ........,2569 on the Indian appropriation bill...... 2617,
on the bill to promote American com. resolutions submitted by

2710, 2711
merce, 2614, 3230, 3235, 3236, 3237, 3238 inquiring whether since the 1st day of on the bill to regulate the appraisement
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)......3112, July last past any national banks have

of imports......

. 2635, 2636
3113, 3114, 3135, 3136, 3140 changed their securities held in the during call of the House ......... 2647, 2648
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......3503, Treasury to secure their circulation and on the resolution relating to a guard-room

3525, 3581, 3532 Government deposits, and, if so, what at the Capitol......... .......... 2650
on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341), banks, &c.-[December 16, 1867)...210 on the bill to amend an act concerning

3726 calling for the report of Captain James B. Mlinois and St. Louis bridge, 2973, 2974
on the purchase of Alaska..................3810 Eades on the iron-clads of Europe and

on the resolution relating to the occupancy
on the bill for the relief of iron-clad con: this country-[July 2, 1868] ......... 3692 of a room by Miss Vinnie Ream.....2706

tractors..............3940, 3941, 3942, 4415 for printing report and drawings of Cap- on the bill in relation to the Fort Jessup
on the bill to fix the military peace estab-
tain James B. Eades on the iron-clads

reservation ....

.2813
lishment..........

........3949

of Europe and this country--(July 6, on the tax bill(H. R. No. 1060), 2843, 2847,
on the bill relating to the Freedmen's 1868]

.3764

2854, 2893, 2917, 2019, 2980, 2981,
Bureau ....
.........4005 reports made by...592, 714, 3501, 3944, 4062

8043, 3045, 3046, 3050, 3139, 3141
on the tariff bill...
.4013, 4014 motions made by.

... 67, on the resolution of instructions on the
on the state of the Union....... .....4092
517, 717, 966, 1088, 1819, 1451, tax bill...........

.8165, 3166
(See Appendix.)

1860, 2501, 2544, 3524, 3538, 4429 on the river and harbor bill.... ...3205,
on the funding bill
.4176, 4177, incidental remarks by, 37, 155, 210, 443, 592,

8206, 3209, 3212, 3558, 3563, 3565
4178, 4182, 4183, 4185, 4186, 4187,

638, 838, 936, 1046, 1161, 1334, 1400, on the tax bill (H. R. No.1284), 3402,3409,
4188, 4189, 4192, 4196, 4218, 4219,
1760, 1859, 1860, 2676, 2973, 2974,

8419, 3487, 3494, 3497,
4221, 4222, 4299, 4300, 4301, 4302
8337, 3524, 3759, 1377, 4378, 4499

3498, 3499, 3531, 3538
on the bill to improve the Mississippi remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from on the bill in regard to land claims in
river

.....4256
internal tax,..... ...........18, 31, 506

Missouri........
on the taxation of Government bonds-see on the resolution for the impeachment of on the bill to modify the warehousing
Appendix.
the President, reported from the Judi- system.c.....

.3802, 3803
Pile, William A., a Representative from Mis-

ciary Committee.....

.......67 on the joint resolution relating to Missouri
souri............
............2 on the order of business... .91, 2471,

volunteers.....

.....3944
(See Contested Election.)

2537, 2542, 2543, 2592, 2681, 4343 on the bill to fix the military peace estab-
petitions presented by.

........267,
on the Union Pacific railroad bill......2

.212

lishment......... .3950, 3970, 3972, 4062
295, 692, 1759, 2308, 4002 on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 309), 215 on the funding oli.

.4180
bills introduced by-

on the bill relatiug to deserters... 283, on the bill to improve the Mississippi
No. 235—for the relief of Marie and Apol-

284, 285, 286 river........
louia Hasendabel, of St. Louis, Mis. on the joint resolution to provide for the Qua the Missouri contested election (case
souri.......

.....90

examination of distillery meters..... 425, of Hogan vs. Pile).................. ..4381
No. 391-relieving S. C. Lyford, of the

430, 432, 443, 444, 445 on the bill for the relief of certain con-
ordnance department, United States personal and explanatory...469,687, 1088 tractors for iron-clads........ ..4896,
Army, from responsibility for money on the bill defining a quorum of the Su-

4413, 4414, 4415
lost in the Government mail............474

preme Court......

......481 leave of absence granted to....... 2239
No. 451--providing for the sale of the on the bill to provide for the sale of the Pine Bluff, joint resolution (H. R. No. 267) to

arsenal grounds at St. Louis and Lib. St. Louis arsenal grounds.............578, change the name of the steamboat, to that
erty, Missouri......... ..........578

714, 715, 716, 717, 4341 of Endora-[By Mr. Jones.]
No. 631-amendatory of act approved on the Southern Minnesota railroad bill, 666 referred, 2500.

July 26, 1866, entitled "An act to on the death of Hon. Thomas E. Noell, a Pitcher, Charles, bill (H. R. No. 269) for the
authorize the construction of certain Representative from Missouri......... 698 relief of-[By Mr. Cook.]
bridges, and to establish them as post on bill in relation to additional bounty, 712 referred, 105; reported and passed, 1503.
routes

.935 on the bill to prevent the payment of cer- In Senate : received from House, 1497; re-
No. 966_authorizing the construction of

tain claims.........

..737, 739, 740, 782 ferred, 1498.
a bridge across the Mississippi river in on the President's message...............748 Plants, Tobias A., a Representative from

Madison county, Illinois..............2083 on the bill concerning land grants to Ohio.....
No. 987--for the relief of Benjamin At- southern railroads.................806, 812, petitions presented by...

552,
king........

.2228
815, 833, 834, 841, 974, 979, 985

1189, 1229, 1741, 2007, 4501
No. 1050-providing for the appointment on the bill relating to the rights of Ameri. incidental remarks by.

332
of an inspector of cavalry United States can citizens abroad.

..883, remarks on the bill in relation to taxing
Army
.......2406

868, 869, 1103, 1129
national bank shares........

803
No. 1067-to establish telegraphic com- on the Rock Island bridge resolution, 966 on the resolution reported for the impeach-
munication between military posts, and in regard to amplification of speeches, 989 ment of the President......

.1398
for the construction of a telegraph line on the legislative appropriation bill, 1088 (See Appendix.)
to Puget sound......

.2457 on the Army appropriation bill, 1277, 1278, on the bill to admit Alabama to represent:
No. 1081—for the relief of John A. Neu.
1280, 1281, 1282, 1283, 1286, 1302, 1305 ation in Congress...,

2141
staedter ......

.2501 on the bill relating to the naturalization Plowden, Walter D., bill (H. R. No.657) pro-
No. 1115—for the relief of Samuel Hyer, of sailors........

........ 1298 viding payment 'to, for services done the
of Rolla, Missouri......... ....2569

on the resolution reported for the impeach- Government of the United States during
No. 1116-authorizing the nationalization ment of the President............. ..1367 the late war[By Mr. Logan.]
of certain steamships.................. 2569 (See Appendix.)

referred,

966.
No. 1204~to confirm certain private land on the New Jersey resolution ......... 2225 bill (H. R. No. 1323) for the relief of-[By

claims in the State of Missouri...... 2971 on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri- Mr. Harding.)
No. 1336—to provide for the employment can citizens abroad.

.2311 reported, 3554; recommitted, 3555.
of a stenographic reporter for the dis. on the Alta Vela resolution..... 2344, 2367 || Plum, Obadiah T., bill (S. No. 382) granting
trict court of the United States for the on questions relating to impeachment, 2364 an increase of pension to.

eastern district of Missouri............3587 on the joint resolution for the protection received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869;
joint resolutions introduced by-

of fishing vessels..............

,2377, 2379
No. 191--for the relief of Captain J. A. on the bill to admit Arkansas to repre-

reported and passed with amendment,3892;

conference report agreed to by House,
Neustaedter, of St. Louis........ ..935 sentation in Congress... 2395, 2997, 2398 4031; by Senate, 4182; enrolled, 4186.
No. 193—in regard to the Rock Island on the joint resolution relating to the pub- | Poland, Luke P., a Representative from Ver;
bridge.........
lic buildings in St. Louis.............. 2399 mont

..2
No. 249-relieving the quartermaster's on the joint resolution to regulate the petitions presented by ......... 209, 901, 1025,
department from responsibility for hos-

freight tariff on the Pacific railroad, 1189, 1806, 2505, 3566, 4024, 4092, 4501
pital tents loaned to the city of St.

2425, 2426 bills introduced by
Louis

.2227 on bill to admit North Carolina, &c., 2458 No. 218-granting a pension of seventeen
No. 256}--authorizing the Secretary of on the bill for the relief of Robert L. dollars per month to David Duhigg, of
the Treasury to appoint a commission Lindsay ...

Lyndon, Vermont, father of late First
to examine certain buildings in the city on the bill for the relief of John Neu- Lieutenant Dennis Dubigg, of company
of St. Louis, Missouri........... ...2399

staedter...

..2501, 2502, 2677 11 , first regiment Vermont artillery ... 89

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Poland, Luke P., a Representative from Ver Poland, Luke P., a Representative from Ver, Pomeroy, Theodore M., a Representative from
mont-Continued.
mont-Continued.

New York ........

.2
bills introduced by~

remarks on the bill for the relief of E R. bills introduced by-
No. 285--regulating writs of error and

and S. W. Clarke.......

3591

No. 972—for the relief of Helen L. Wolf,
appeals from the supreme court of the on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341),
District of Columbia ........

2143
......... 208

3728, 3729
No. 335–in relation to appeals in equity, Police, joint resolution (H. R. No. 128) to
leave of absence granted to ......... 2287, 2937

No. 973–for the relief of Samuel Farns-
worth.

...2143
No. 491-giving a bounty to soldiers drafted construe the provisions of certain acts

No.1282authorizing certain banksnamed
into the
Army of the United States, 637
which require the authorities of the Dis-

therein to change their names ......3327
No. 608---for the enforcement of contracts
trict of Columbia to pay any part of the

resolution submitted by
payable in coin......

allowing the Committee on Banking and
934

Metropolitan-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
No. 680—for the relief of Hiram A. Cut- referred, 229.

Currency a clerk, and fixing bis com-
ting.
bill (H. R. No. 428) to repeal section three

pensation-[January 14, 1868] ......507
No. 681--for retiring United States notes

of the act approved July 23, 1866, estab- reports made by.... .801, 803, 3327
and for a free system of national bank-

lishing a metropolitan board of, for the

motions made by.....

... 803,
ing.........

.. 1082
District of Columbia—[By Mr. Ashley,

805, 4295, 4431, 4489
No. 1082--construing an act for the col-

of Ohio.)

incidental remarks by ........

....505,
lection of abandoned property and for
referred, 475; reported adversely and

1668, 3556, 4259, 4262, 4430, 4489
the prevention of frauds in insurrection-

tabled, 2162

remarks on the bill in relation to taxing
ary districts in the United States, ap-

Polsley, Daniel, a Representative from West national bank shares........801, 802, 803
proved March 12, 1863.........

Virginia....
.2526

.2 on the bill to regulate the deposit of public
resolutions submitted by-
petitions presented by ...........163, 517, 719, moneys....

.803, 804, 805
for the appointment of a committee to

1068, 1428, 1806, 1939, 2307, 3073

on the National Safe Deposit Company
bills introduced by-

bill.

8225
which shall be referred the report of the
commissioners heretofore appointed to

No. 771-granting a pension to John L. on the bill authorizing a change of names
Lay.

......1296
revise the statutes of the United States-

by certain national banks..... 3327, 3328
(December 9, 1867)...........

No. 772-granting a pension to Robert during call of the House...
...91
McCrory..........

1296 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)....., 3528,
that Robert T. Van Horn is entitled to a
No. 773-granting a pension to William

3529, 3530, 3534, 3535,
seat in this House as a Representative

3537
H. McDonald........

.1296
from the sixth district of Missouri-

on the river and harbor bill... .3565
[December 18, 1867),

No. 774-granting a pension to Amos on the legislative appropriation bill, 3703,
............ 257
Witham

..1296
that James H. Birch is not entitled to a

3704
seat in this House as a Representative

No. 775-granting a pension to the widow on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341),
from the sixth district of Missouri-
and minor children of E. Kinsel, 1297

4259
[December 18, 1867}.

No. 823-granting a pension to George on the bill relating to vacancies in the
...257
W. Locker....

1449
to provide for a new drawing of seats-

Departments ......

.....4259,
No. 925—to establish a district court at
(February 7, 1868]......

4260, 4261, 4262, 4263, 4265
. 1043
for printing three thousand additional

Lewisburg, West Virginia ............1900 on the resolution concerning the pay of
copies of the articles of impeachment
No. 1124--to provide for the removal of certain House employés.......

4268
certain suits from the State courts to
adopted by the House-[March 5,

on the bill providing for the pay of tempo-
1868].
circuit court of the United States, 2633

.4390
1681

No. 1228-granting a pension to Joanna on the order of business..
that George W. Anderson is not entitled to

4430
L. Shaw..

......3102 on the Western Pacific railroad bill....4482
a seat as a Representative from the ninth
district of Missouri—[Darch 23, 1868],

No. 1229-granting a pension to Anna H. leave of absence granted to.................2233
Pratt...

.........3102 || Pond, Harriet W., bill (S. No. 501) granting
2071
that William F. Switzler is entitled to a
No. 1230-granting a pension to Hannah

a pension to.
K. Cook...

..3102
seat as a Representative from the ninth

received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346;
district of Missouri-[March 23, 1868),

No. 1231-granting a pension to John reported and passed, 3896.
Morley .

..3102
2071

Porter, James S., bill (H. R. No. 255) for the
directing $2,500 to be paid to William
No. 1232-granting a pension to Ruth

relief of the heirs of, late of Hancock
Barton

.3102
McGrorty for expenses of contesting

county, West Virginia—[By Mr. Hubbard,
the seat of William H. Hooper, Dele-
No. 1233—-granting a pension to William

of West Virginia.]
F. Moses

..3102
gate in the Fortieth Congress from the

referred, 90; reported and passed, 3762.
Territory of Utah-[July 25, 1868], 4472

No. 1234-granting a pension to Frederica
Brielmayer

In Senate : received from House, 3770; re.

........ 3102
reports made by ........257, 2071, 2073, 4084
No. 1235--granting a pension to Jobannah

ferred, 3771 ; referred anew, 3983.
.. 403,
Connelly

........3102

Port of delivery, bill (H. R. No. 849) to con-
1044, 1115, 1688, 2072, 2073, 3101 No. 1236-granting a pension to the minor

stitute St. Joseph, in the State of Missouri,
..1273,
1448, 1988, 3327, 3556, 3981, 4083, 4084

children of Michael Travis............3103 a-[By Mr. Loan.)
remarks on the Missouri contested election

No. 1237-granting a pension to the widow referred, 331,
(case of Birch vs. Van Horn )........... 237,

aud minor children of James Cox, 3103 bill (S. No. 533) to establish Cambridge, in

No. 1238--granting a pension to Lavinia the State of Maryland, a.

389, 400, 403 A. Gittings, mother of Andrew J. Git- received from Senate, 3271; referred, 3476.
on the Kentucky election (case of Samuel
. 1043, 1044 tings..

..... 3103 | Ports of delivery, bill (H.R. No. 460) to author-

No. 1244-granting a pension to the widow ize the Secretary of the Treasury to estab-
on the resolution reported for the im:

:1198, 1199

and minor children of S. Gause.....3103 lish-[By Mr. Pike.]
peachment of the President......... 1394

No. 1283--relating to the Covington and referred, 635.
on the civil appropriation bill...1481, 1482

Ohio railroad, and its establishment as

bill (H. R. No. 578) to revive section two
on the articles of impeachment........ 1615,
a post route and military road of the

of the act of April 5, 1866,'entitled "An
United States.......

..3331

act to constitute Hannibal, Missouri,
on the Tennessee election (case of R. R.
1618, 1619 joint resolution introduced by

and Peoria, Illinois!--[By Mr. Inger-
No. 284-to provide for the removal of a

soll.]
on the order of business, 1668, 1689, 3852
1688, 1689, 1690 suit pending in the circuit court of Jef-

referred, 780.
on questions relating to impeachment, 1681

ferson county, West Virginia, to the cir.

bill (H. R. No. 656) to make St. George and
cuit court of the United States..... 2773

Boothbay-[By Mr. Blaine.]
resolution submitted by~

referred, 966.
on the Donnelly and Washburne contro-

instructing Committee on Military Affairs
to inquire whether the expenses of the

bill (H. R. No, 785) to revive the second
2756, 2757 War Department cannot be reduced by

section of an act to establish Hannibal,

Missouri, and Peoria, Illinois-[By Mr.
mustering out of service supernumerary
........2705, 2706 adjutant generals and inspector gen-

Washburne, of Illinois. ]
2910, 2911, 2012, 2014, 2019, 2920
erals[January 28, 1868)..

reported and passed, 1319; passed Senate,
reports made by ......

..., 1296, 1813 ; enrolled, 1828 ; approved, 1861.
1297, 1449, 2910, 3102, 3103

in Senate : received from House, 1316;
3371 motions made by

... 1296, referred, 1330; reported, 1461 ; passed,
1297, 1449, 1450, 2910, 3102

1789; enrolled, 1812.
incidental remarks by...

...3331

remarks by--
4084, 4085, 4086, 4087,

remarks on the joint resolution regarding the Mr. Dawes..
removal of a suit............

... 2773 Mr. Ingersoll........,
4088, 4181, 4132, 4133

1819
leave of absence granted to.......... 2308, 3597 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois....

rary clerks....

411,

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on drawing for seats .......

E. Smith)...

Butler)

on the bill providing for the prompt set-

tlement of public accounts............ 2073

versy..
on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a

recusant witness.....
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060).....2850,
on the Kentucky election (eașe of McKee

os. Young)...
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)...... 3536
on the Missouri contested election (case

of Switzler vs. Anderson)...3616, 3884,

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Parts of delivery-Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 786) declaring St. George

and Boothbay, in the State of Maine,
and San Antonio, Texas, and authoriz.
ing the establishment of bonded ware-
houses at Bucksport and Vinal Haven,

in the State of Maine-[By Mr. Eliot.] reported and passed, 1332; passed Senate

with amendments, 2614; concurred in,

2712 ; enrolled, 2751; approved, 2876. In Senate: received from House, 1870;

referred, 1371; reported, 1863 ; passed with amendments, 2595; concurred in

by House, 2736 ; enrolled, 2736. Ports of entry, bill (H. R. No. 1444) changing

the, from Plymouth to Edenton, in North Carolina, and Port Royal to Beaufort, in

South Carolina-[By Mr. O'Neill.] reported and passed, 4293 ; enrolled, 4435;

approved, 4498. In Senate: received from House, 4275 ;

referred, 4275; passed, 4396 ; enrolled,

4443. Posey, Charlotte, bill (S. No. 318) for the

relief of, widow of Sebastian R. Posey. received from Senate, 1859 ; referred, 1869;

reported and passed, 3898. Postal conventions, resolution relating to

[By Mr. Banks, December 9, 1867.] referred, 97. joint resolution (H. R. No. 118) in regard

to the publication of, made with foreign

Governments-[By Mr. Banks.] referred, 97; reported and passed, 152;

(see J. R. No. 120.) joint resolution (H. R. No. 120) in regard

to the publication of, made with foreign

Governments-[By Mr. Laflin.] reported and passed, 152. In Senate : received from House, 150;

referred, 151; reported, 271, Postal contracts, joint resolution (H. R. No.

116) providing for the printing of the,

of the Government-[By Mr. Lallin.] referred, 90. Postal currency, resolution inquiring by what

regulations and in what mauner frauds are detected and prevented in the printing and issue of, and fractional currency-[By

Mr. Chanler, March 17, 1868.] agreed to, 1927. Postal laws, bill (H. R. No. 863) to amend

and construe certain-[By Mr. O'Neill.] referred, 1681. bill (H. R. No. 1205) to further amend them

[By Mr. Farnsworth.] reported and passed, 2973 ; passed Senate

with amendment, 4175 ; conference, 4340, 4345; conference report, 4412; discussed, 4412; agreed to, 4413; en

rolled, 4478; approved, 4499. In Senate : received from House, 2963 ;

referred, 2995; reported, 1504; confer: ence, 4321 ; conference report, 4360; concurred in, 4300; by House, 4403 ;

enrolled, 4450. remarks by

Mr. Farnsworth ......... 4340, 4412, 4413

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...4412, 4413 Postal telegraph, resolution directing Commit

tee on the Post Office and Post Roads to inquire into the expediency of providing for the adoption of a, system in connection with the Post Office Department; and also into the expediency of modifying or repealing the franking privilege-[By Mr.

Farnsworth, January 16, 1868.] objected to, 578. bill (H. R. No. 1083) for the construction of

à Government, under the direction of the Post Office Department, between New York and Washington-[By Mr.

Washburne, of Illinois. ]

referred, 2526. Postal Telegraph Company, bill (H. R. No.

1415) to incorporate the United States, and to establish a postal telegraph sys

tem-[By Mr. Farnsworth.] referred, 3987.

Post Office and Post Roads, the Committee Post Office Department, joint resolution (H.
on the.

R. No. 119)- Continued.
instructions to............ 694, 2320, 2609, 2751 remarks by-
reports from..

107, 286,

Mr. Allison...
,

,234
666, 667, 1705, 1769, 1993, 2024, 2025,

.................... 71 2571, 2757, 2973, 2974, 2976, 3199, 4002 Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts ..... 234 adverse reports from......*

.667, 2973

Mr. Farnsworth........... 70, 71, 107, 234 discharged from subjects...........2024, 2973 Mr, Laflin....

232, 234 Post office, joint resolution (H. R. No. 34) Mr, Maynard.

..71 to provide for the erection of a building in Mr. Mungen ......

.71 Peoria, Illinois, for the accommodation

Mr. Schenck.....

..70, 71 of the, and internal revenue officers--[By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania............ 70 Mr. Ingersoll.]

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, 71, 232, 233 reported and referred anew, 666.

joint resolution (H. R. No. 102) authorizing bill (H. R. No. 814) to secure the comple- the Postmaster General to print an addition of the, and custom-house at Cairo,

tional number of his report-[By Mr. Illinois-[By Mr. Raum.]

Farnsworth.]
referred, 1419.

referred, 70, 71.
resolution in reference to estimates of the resolution instructing the Committee on

cost of the proposed, and court-house Southern Railroads to examine into the
building in the city of New York-[By subject of contracts by the, for the
Mr. Van Wyck, March 6, 1868.]

transportation of the United States mail
agreed to, 1707.

and report whether there is any evi-
joint resolution (H. R. No. 228) relative to dence of corruption, &c.---[By Mr. Mc-

the, and enb-Treasury in the city of Clurg, February 20, 1868.]
Boston--[By Mr. Twichell.]

reported, 1294; discussed, 1294; adopted,
referred, 1712; reported and discussed, 1295; letter of Postmaster General, 1318,

1769, 1770; passed, 1771; passed Sen. remarks by-
ate, 1780; enrolled, 1806; approved,

Mr. Chanler...,

1295, 1296 1860.

Mr. Dawes ...

13, 19 In Senate : received from House, 1782; Mr. Farnsworth.....

1295, 1296 passed, 1782; enrolled, 1812.

Mr. Kelley...

1295 remarks by

Mr. McClurg

1294, 1295 Mr. Ashley, of Ohio...................1770 Mr. O'Neill....

1295
Mr. Banks........

..1770
Mr. Pile.......

1319
Mr. Farnsworth..., 1769, 1770, 1771 Mr. Spalding ......

.1295
Mr. Hopkins.......

.1770
Mr. Van Wyck .......

.1295
Mr. Hulburd..

.1770

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois......... 1295,
Mr. Logan......

.1770
Mr. Spalding

.1770
Mr. Wilson, of Iowa....

1295
Mr. Van Wyck..

1770, 1771 resolution referring the testimony taken
Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin ......... 1770 before the Committee on Southern Rail.
bill (H. R. No. 1214) to provide for the roads to the Committee on Expenditures

erection of a building for a, and United in the--[By Mr. Lawrence, of Penn-
States courts in the city of New York-

sylvania, February 22, 1868. ]
[By Mr. Farnsworth.]

agreed to, 1334.
reported and recommitted, 3034; reported, bill (H. R. No. 832) making appropriations
3199.

for the service of the, during the fiscal
Post Office Department, calls for information year ending June 30, 1869-[By Mr.
upon.........
......... 134, 443, 1294, 1449

Blaine.]
communications from..... 195, 210, 668, 781, reported, 1501; discussed, 1634; passed,

1473, 1632, 1681, 1712, 2419, 2910, 4003 1637; passed Senate with amendment,
communication in relation to printing an 2045; amendment concurred in, 2072;
additional supply of Postmaster Gen-

enrolled, 2082. eral's report.

In Senate : received from House, 1657; relating to alleged fraudulent mail con- referred, 1658; reported, 1775; amend. tracts

1318

ment, 1900; called up, 2010; passed with in reference to contract for postage

amendment, 2031; agreed to by House, stamps, &c.........

...... 1035

2075; enrolled, 2078.
concerning mail service of Greathouse remarks by-
and Kelley......

......1705

Mr. Blaine, 1634, 1635, 1636, 1637, 2072
in relation to case of Jonathan Jessup, Mr. Farnsworth...........1634, 1635, 1636

1705
Mr. Flanders................

1635
in reference to bill for the relief of James Mr. Kelsey
C. Sloo........

..2025

Mr. O'Neill.. joint resolution (H. R. No. 99) to allow

Mr. Price..... members of Congress to inspect papers

Mr. Pruvn....

1636
in the--[By Mr. Julian.]
referred, 9; motion to reconsider, 11;

Mr. Spalding............. 1635, 1636, 1637

resolution calling for information in refer-
reported and passed, 107.
In Senate : received from House, 119;

ence to the special agents employed by

the-[By Mr. Washburn, of Indiana, referred, 123.

March 19, 1868.] remarks by

agreed to, 1993. Mr. Boyer

107

Post road, bill (H. R. No. 435) to establish a,
Mr. Farnsworth..

107

and mail route in the State of Ohio-[By Mr. Julian...

..9, 11, 107 Mr. Bingham.] Mr. Mungen

.107 referred, 475. Mr. Ward..

......... 107

bill (H.' R. No. 471) to establish a, from
joint resolution (H. R. No. 119) to authorize Berne station, via Hartzler, Fairfield

the Postmaster General to print five
hundred extra copies of his report and

county, Ohio, to West Rushville, Fairfield

county, Ohio-By Mr. Van Trump.]
accompanying documents-[By Mr. referred, 636.
Farnsworth.

bill (H. R. No. 563) providing for establish-
referred, 70; reported and passed, 107

ing a, from Rolla, in the State of Miso passed Senate with amendments, 172;

souri, to Batesville, in the State of Ark-
called up, 232; discussed, 233; con-

ansas---[By Mr. Newcomb.]
curred in, 234; enrolled, 260; approved, referred, 780.
399.

bill (H. R. No. 590) establishing a, from
In Senate : received from House, 119; Marathon to Smithville Flats, New
- referred, 122; reported, 168 ; passed York-[By Mr. McCarthy. ]

with amendment, 164; enrolled, 244. referred, 837.

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bill (H. R. No. 591) establishing a, from

Syracuse to Euclid, New York-[By

Mr. McCarthy.]
referred, 837.
bill (H. R. No. 700) to establish a, from

Cold Water, Michigan, to Flint, in the

State of Indiana-(By Mr. Upson.]
referred, 1083.
bill (H. R. No. 915) to establish a, in the

State of Delaware-[By Mr. Nichol-

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referred, 1900.
bill (H. R. No. 918) to establish a, from

New Holland, in Pickaway county, Ohio,
via Clarksburg and Greenland, in Ross
county, to Chillicothe, Ohio[By Mr.

Van Trump.]
referred, 1900.
bill (H. R. No. 1056) to establish a certain,

in the State of Oregon-[By Mr. Mal-

lory.]
referred, 2406.
bill (H. R. No. 1065) to establish a-[By Mr.

Van Auken.]..
referred, 2457.
bill (H. R. No. 1184) to establish a certain,

in Montgomery county, Maryland-[By

Mr. Stone.]
referred, 2935.
Post roads, bill (H. R. No. 328) to establish

certain-[By Mr. Farnsworth.]
reported and passed, 286; passed Senate
with amendments, 1861; referred, 1861;
reported and concurred in with amend-
ments, 1993 ; _agreed to by Senato, 2045;
agreed to by House, 2073 ; enrolled, 2132.
In Senate : received from House, 281; re-
ferred, 282; reported, 1026 ; discussed,
1808 ; passed with amendment, 1809;
agreed to by House with amendment,

2021 ; concurred in, 2030; enrolled, 2128.
bill (H. R. No. 381) to establish certain, in

the State of Delaware-[By Mr. Nich-

olson.
referred, 473.
bill (H. R. No. 437) to establish certain, in

the Territory of Montana-[By Mr.

Cavanaugh. ]
referred, 475.
bill (H. R. No: 725) supplemental to an act

approved July 14, 1862, entitled "An
act to establish certain'-[By Mr. Eg.

gleston.
referred, 1161; reported and passed, 1473.
In Senate : received from House, 1464;

referred, 1486; reported, 1863.
bill (H. R. No. 789) to establish, in Mont-

gomery and Howard counties, Mary-
land-[By Mr. Stone.]
referred, 1217.
bill (H. R. No. 1043) to establish certain,

in Howard, Anne Arundel, and Calvert
counties, in the State of Maryland-

[By Mr. Stone.]
referred, 2380.
bill (H. R. No. 1090) to establish certain

post offices and, in the Territory of New

Mexico-[By Mr. Clever.]
referred, 2527.
bill (H. R. No. 1271) establishing certain, in

the State of Indiana-[By Mr. Niblack.]
referred, 3164.
bill (S. No. 589) to establish certain.
received from Senate, 3967; passed with

amendments, 4492
bill (H. R. No. 1427) to establish certain-

{By Mr. Farnsworth.]
reported and passed, 4002 ; passed Senate

with amendment, 4307 ; concurred in,
4341 ; enrolled, 4283 ; approved, 4477.
In Senate: received from House, 4031 ;
referred, 4031; reported, 4146; dis-
cussed, 4264 ; passed with amendments,
4266; agreed to by House, 4321 ; en-

Post route-Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 243) to establish a, from

Greensburgh Cross Roads to West Mill

Grove, Obio-[By Mr. Buckland.]
referred, 90.
bill (H. R. No. 272) to establish a certain-

[By Mr. Archer.]
referred, 129.
bill (H. R. No. 352) to establish a, from

Vinton, Iowa, via Belle Plain, to Victor,

in same State-[By Mr. Loughridge.]
referred, 331.
bill (H. R. No. 353) to establish a, from

Orleans to Wells' Mills, Iowa-[By Mr.

Loughridge.]
referred, 331.
bill (H. R. No. 434) to establish a, from

Shadesville, Ohio, to Genoa, Ohio-[By

Mr. Van Trump.]
referred, 475.
bill (H. R. No. 464) to establish a, from

Little Valley to Randolph, New York-

[By Mr. Van Aernam.]
referred, 636.
bill (H. R. No. 536) for the establishment

of a, from Damascus, via West Damas.
cus and New Albany, to Philadelphia-

[By Mr. Van Auken.]
referred, 778.
bill (H. R. No. 600) establishing a, from

Macon city to Clifton, in the State of

Missouri-[By Mr. Benjamin.]
referred, 891.
bill (H. R. No. 604) establishing à, from

Rolla, Missouri, to Jefferson City, Mis-

souri-[By Mr. Newcomb.]
referred, 299.
bill (H. R. No. 627) to abolish the post from

Pequia, Ohio, to New Bremen, Ohio,
and to establish a, from New Bremen to
Auna Station, via the Dayton and Michi.

gan railroad—[By Mr. Mungen.]
referred, 934.
bill (H. R. No. 630) to declare a certain road

in Missouri a—[By Mr. Gravely.]
referred, 935.
bill (H.R. No. 632) to establish a, from Mor-

rison's Station, in the State of Missouri,
to Fredericksburg, in the same State-

[By Mr. Newcomb.]
referred, 935.
bill (H. R. No. 640) to establish a, from Ot-

tawa, Iowa, to Sigourney, Iowa—[By

Mr. Loughridge.]
referred, 935.
bill (H. R. No. 780) to establish a, from

Noxelsville to Beaver Springs, in Snyder

county, Pennsylvania-By Mr. Miller.]
referred, 1178.
bill (H. R. No.736) extending a, from Chap-

elsburg to Humphrey's Centre, Catta-
raugus county, New York-[By Mr. Van

Aernam.]
referred, 1216.
bill (H. R. No. 752) to establish a, from

Van Wert, Ohio, to Celina, Ohio—[By

Mr. Mungen.]
referred, 1217.
bill (H. R. No. 753) to establish a, from

New Bremen to Dinsmore, in the State

of Ohio-[By Mr. Mungen.]
referred, 1217.
bill (H. R. No. 796) to establish a, from

Olive Hill, via Epperhartz and Blair's
Mills, to West Liberty, in the State of

Kentucky-[By Mr. Golladay.]
referred, 1418.
bill (H. R.' No. 808) to establish a, from

Sigourney, Iowa, via Webster, White
Pigeon, Millersburg, and Genoa Bluffs,
to Marengo, Iowa-[By Mr. Lough-

ridge.]
referred, 1418.
bill (H. R. No. 817) to establish a, from

Findlay, via Benton Ridge, Bluffton,
and

Beaver Dam, to Lima, in the State
of Ohio, and to abolish post route No.

9388-[By Mr. Mungen.)
referred, 1421.

Post route-Continued..
bill (H. R, No. 821) to establish a, from

Gowanda, via Collins Center and Mour-
ton's Corner, to Springville, Erie county,

New York-[By Mr. Humphrey.]
referred, 1449.
joint resolation (H. R. No. 244) to establish

a, in Dakota--[By Mr. Burleigh.]
referred, 2070.
bill (H. R. No. 974). establishing a, from

Montgomery Station, by way of Mount
Zion, to Elemsport, in Lycoming county,

Pennsylvania- [By Mr. Miller.]
referred, 2165.
bill (H. R. No. 1008) to establish a, from

Plainfield to Smootsdell, Indiana-[By

Mr. Coburn.]
referred, 2291.
bill (H. R. No. 1025) to establish

ay

from
Lower Lynxville to Freeman, in the

State of Wisconsin-[By Mr. Cobb.]
referred, 2330.
bill (H. R. No. 1055) to establish a certain, in

the State of Oregon-[By Mr. Mallory.]
referred, 2406.
bill (H. R. No. 1072) to declare a, from

Lake View, Erie county, New York, by
way of North Evans, Eden Valley, Eden,
Collins, and Shirley-[By Mr. Hum.

phrey.)
referred, 2461.
bill (H. R. No. 1084) to establish a, from

Iconium to Unionville, in the State of

Iowa-[By Mr. Loughridge.]
referred, 2526.
bill (H. R. No. 1095) to establish a certain,

in Indiana—[By Mr. Kerr.]
referred, 2527.
bill (H. R. No. 1113) to establish a, in the

State of California-[By Mr. Higby.]
referred, 2569.
bill (H. R. No. 1215) to establish a, from

Rocksport to Glasgow, in Missouri-

[By Mr. Benjamin.]
referred, 3061.
bill (H. R. No. 1296) to establish a, from

Buckingham, Iowa, to Laporte City,

Iowa-(By Mr. Loughridge.]
referred, 3363
bill (H. R. No. 1333) to establish a, in Ten-

nessee - [By Mr. Butler, of Tennessee.]
referred, 3587.
bill (H. R. No. 1442) to establish a, from

Springfield, Iowa, to Victor, Iowa-

[By Mr. Loughridge.]

referred, 4252.
Post routes, bill (H. R. No. 221) to establish

certain-[By Mr. Churchill.
referred, 89.
bill (H. R. No. 231) to establish certain-

By Mr. Cook.]
referred, 89.
bill (H. R. No. 261) to establish, in the Ter.

ritory of Idaho—[By Mr. Holbrook.]
referred, 90.
bill (H. R. No. 342) to establish certain-

[By Mr. Kerr.]
read and referred, 331.
bill (H. R. No. 362) to establish certain, in

New Mexico--(By Mr. Clever.]
referred, 331.
bill (H. R. No. 392) to establish, from Sagi-

naw to St. Louis, and from Isabella to
Midland, in the State of Michigan-[By

Mr. Driggs.]
referred, 474.
bill (H. R. No. 487) to establish certain, in

the Territory of Colorado--[By Mr.

Chilcott.]
referred, 637.
bill (H. R. No. 549) to establish certain-

[By Mr. Upson.]
referred, 779.
bill (H. R. No. 740) to create, in the coan.

ties of Muskingum, Coshocton, Licking,
and Knox, in the State of Ohio-[By

Mr. Morgan. ]
referred, 1217.
bill (H. R. No. 873) to establish certain, in

Ohio-[By Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.js
referred, 1716.

Post route, bill (H. R. No. 225) to establish a,

rolled, 4365.
from Copley to New Portage, in Sum;
mit county, Ohio-[By Mr. Spalding.)
referred, 89,

.12, 13

95, 144

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Post routes-Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 1066) to establish, in Ohio-

[By Mr. Beatty. ]
referred, 2457,
joint resolution (H. R. No. 285) for the

establishment of certain, in the county
of Monroe, in the State of New York-

(By Mr. Selye.]

referred, 2773.
Potomac Navigation Company, bill (H. R.

No. 1218) to incorporate the---[By Mr.

Welker.]
referred, 3031.
Potomac river, bill (H. R. No. 620) provid-

ing for dredging a part of the channel of

the, by convict labor--[By Mr. Koontz.)
referred, 934.
Potter, Mrs. L. T., bill (S. No. 596) for the
relief

of.
received from Senate, 4080; referred, 4492.
Potts, John, bill (S. No. 595) for the relief of.

received from Senate, 3928; referred, 4491,
Powder magazines, joint resolution (S. R. No.

118) for the appointment of a commission

to select suitable locations for.
received from Senate, 1693; referred, 2028;

reported and passed, 2321 ; enrolled, 2475.
Powell, John W., bill (H. R. No. 795) for the

relief of-[By Mr. Eckley. ]
referred, 1418.
Powell, Joseph, resolution for the payment of

$2,000 to, for expenses in contesting the
seat of Hon. R. R. Butler, 3 Represent-
ative from the first district of Tennesseo-

[By Mr. Higby, July 6, 1868.]
referred, 3759.
Powers, Charles J., bill (H. R. No. 441)

authorizing the Second Auditor of the
Treasury to settle and pay the bounty of,

to his father[By Mr. Farnsworth.]
referred, 510.
Powers, William Grant, bill (H. R. No. 1453)

for the relief of-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
read and passed, 4431,
In Senate: received from House, 4445*

referred, 4445.
Pratt, Anna H., bill (H. R. No. 1229) grant-

ing a pension to-[By Mr. Polsley.)
reported and passed, 3102; passed Senate,

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

ferred, 8119; reported, 3900; passed,

4365; enrolled, 4443.
Preble, Captain George Henry, bill (8. No.

351) for the relief of, a commander in the

Navy of the United States.
received from Senate, 1661; referred, 1791.
Preëmption laws, bill (H. R. No. 558) amend-

atory of the-[By Mr. Taffe.]
referred, 779.
Presentation of bills, bill (S. No. 366) regu-

lating the, to the President and the re

turn of the same.
received from Senate, 2083; called up, 2543,

4341; referred, 4342.
President of the United States--see Impeach-

ment,
calls for information upon., .96, 230,

286, 901, 1087, 1244, 1286, 2400, 2585,

2592, 2763, 2756, 3175, 3477, 3764, 4001 communications from...

..... 36, 90, 92, 291, 295, 399, 447, 510, 805, 986, 990, 1086, 1107, 1161, 1280, 1282, 1319, 1326, 1643, 1703, 1706, 1860, 1960, 2026, 2103, 2108, 2130, 2133, 2236, 2238, 2320, 2324, 2332, 2363, 2365, 2408, 2409, 2573, 2582, 2712, 2713, 2776, 2876, 2894, 2937, 8063, 3403, 3439, 3481, 3731, 3809, 3841, 8928, 4003, 4084, 4217, 4222,

4255, 4422, 4477, 4497, 4500, 4501 annual message communicated...............11 referred.........

-71, 92 message transmitting the final report of the Attorney General in regard to pardons granted to persons engaged in the late rebellion.......

..........86 communication transmitting papers relating to trial of Albert M. D. C. Lask........218

President of the United States---Continued. President's message, premature publication of message asking some public recognition by the, discussed................

..........11
Congress of General Hancock's ser- remarks by
vices .....

.......... 264
Mr. Boyer

18 transmitting papers relating to diplomatic Mr. Covode...,

..........12, 18 and consular service

....399
Mr. Eldridge...

.12 transmitting information concerning al- Mr. Farnsworth...

.12 leged interference of Russian vessels Mr. Getz ....

12, 13 with American whale ships............399

Mr. Logan

.12 transmitting a report of the number of

Mr. Maynard ..........

..........13 State Legislatures that have ratified the Mr. Robinson

12, 13, amendment of the Constitution known Mr. Ross ...... as the fourteenth article................ 447 Mr. Schenck.

..11, 12, 13 in relation to seizure of a Spanish steamer Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.............12

in the harbor of Port Royal, South Car- comnunication from correspondents of the olina, in 1861.........

.... 447 press in relation to publication of the, in transmitting report of Abraham S. Hewitt, advance of its presentation to Congress, commissioner to the Paris exhibition, 805

37 transmitting report of the Secretary of | President's message discussed............ 71, 92, State in relation to the transfer of

134, 157, 172, 284, 261, 366, Alaska .....

.......805

456, 606, 745, 1054, 2368, 2713 transmitting report of the Secretary of remarks byState in relation to an appropriation

Mr. Allison..... for clerks..........

....943

Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.....2713, 2716, 2725 correspondence with General Grant in re

Mr. Baker................. .........

.195, 606 lation to the Secretary of War........977, Mr. Baldwin......

.......,371, 456 1107, 1116 Mr. Banks.... 92, 93, 95, 134, 135 communication transmitting information in Mr. Barnes

.459 relation to trial of American citizens in

Mr. Blaine .......

.75, 76, Great Britain ........ .............. 1086

77, 93, 371, 469, 606, 619, 624 transmitting information relative to tim

Mr. Boyer.....73, 179, 185, 186, 187, 235 ber for the Navy..........................1086

Mr. Brooks..

71, 92, 95, 162 transmitting information in reference to the Mr. Broomall...........139, 143, 178, 469 appointment of a special agent...... 1086

Mr. Burr ..... order addressed to Hon. Edwin M, Stanton, Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.... .73, February 21, 1868, removing him from

92, 93, 94, 144, 263, 366 office as Secretary for the Department Mr. Cary ..... of War.......

. 1326 Mr. Cavanaugh ............749, 750 communication in relation to trial of Ameri. Mr. Clarke, of Ohio.......... can citizens in Great Britain ............ 1861

Mr. Cullom..

750 message returning to the Senate with his

Mr. Dawes....................

.77, 178, 179 objections thereto the bill (S. No. 213) Mr. Driggs.. entitled "An act to amend an act enti

Mr. Ela....... tled 'An act to amend the judiciary act, Mr. Eldridge... 73, 161,172,178, 179, 181, passed the 24th of September, 1789,'

182, 185, 186, 187, 463, 750, 2868 2165 Mr. Farnswortb....

...73, 93, 94, 172 respecting the sale of vessels........... 2409

Mr. Garfield .............

. 73, 76, 173, 371 transmitting constitution of Florida, 2676 Mr. Getz...... transmitting report in relation to treaty Mr. Harding

.73 with the Osage Indians................3171 Mir. Hawkins

........759, 1054 returning to the House, with his objections Mr. Higby

263, 463, 760
thereto, the “bill (H. R. No. 1089) to Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia.......19
admit the State of Arkansas to repre- Mr. Hunter.
sentation in Congress”.

... 3330
Mr. Ingersoll

...94
returning to the House, with his objections, Mr. Johnson.........................
the bill (W. R. No. 1058) to admit the Mr. Kelley

745 States of North Carolina, South Caro

Mr. Kelsey...
lina, Louisiana, Georgia, Alabama, and

Mr. Kerr.....
Florida to representation in Congress, Mr. Lawrence of Ohio

.175, 3484

177, 179, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, in relation to convict immigrants......3732

186, 187, 195, 619, 2716, 2722, 2729 transmitting joint resolution proposing Mr. Marshall.

162 amendments to the Constitution..... 4222 Mr. Maynard..... 139, 144, 157, 161, 764 returning to the Senate with his objections Mr. McClurg.

.72 the joint resolution (S. R. No. 139) ex- Mr. Morgan

...2722, 2723, 2724, 2725 cluding from the Electoral College votes Mr. Morrell. of States lately in rebellion which shall

Mr. Mullips not have been reorganized.... ... 4258

Mr. Mangen

.181 returning to the Senate the bill (S. No.

Mr. Newcomb. 567) relative to the Freedmen's Bureau

Mr. Niblack ............

143 and providing for its discontinuance,

Mr. Paine
4479

Mr. Pike
bill (H. R. No. 572) to provide for the office Mr. Pile......... ... *****
of, of the United States in case of the

Mr. Price
expiration, before the next presidential Mr. Pruyn........
election, of the term of service of the

Mr. Robinson.. in...

.95 United States Senator acting as [By

Mr. Ross ........
Mr. Coburn.]

.71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 77

Mr. Schenck
referred, 780.
bill (H. R. No. 982) to amend an act enti-

Mr. Sitgreaves....... 745, 747, 748, 749
Nr. Spalding.....

75. #tled "An act relative to the election of

77, 93, 240, 261, 263, 2368 clathe, and Vice President of the United Mr. Stevens, of New Hampshire...1060 -fyzo States, and declaring the officer who Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania......... 71,

shall act as, in case of vacancies in the
office both of and Vice President,''

Mr. Stone ...
- * approved March 1, 1792-[By Mr. Mr. Van Trump....... 162, 172, 175, 177
Churchill.]

Mr. Ward........ referred, 2224.

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...75, 76, 77, remarks by

92, 93, 94, 95, 143, 144, 157, 234, 2368 Mr. Chanler, Mr. Churchill .......................

Mr. Washburn, of Indiana......... 624, 2224

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