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resolution authorizing Committee on, to re-

port immediately, and fixing a day for
the cousideration of the, bill-[By Mr.

Bingham, January 13, 1868.]
adopted, 476.
bill (Ú. R. No. 439) additional and supple-

entary to an act entitled "An act to
provide for the more efficient govern-
ment of the rebel States," passed March
2, 1867, and to the acts supplementary

thereto-[By Mr. Bingham.]
reported, 476; discussed, 610; amendment

printed, 517; discussed, 541, 543, 571,
673,578,582, 593, 600, 602, 639, 642, 644,

662; passed, 644; vote recorded, 734.
In Senate : received from House, 652;

laid over, 674; discussed, 699, 704, 722,
768, 789, 818, 848, 880, 923, 953, 984,

1001, 1071, 1098, 1373, 1406, 1431.
remarks by-
Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.

.517
Mr. Beck..... ..542, 543, 546, 548
Mr. Bingham...476, 510, 511, 512, 513,

514, 515, 542, 546, 583, 584, 585,

586, 589, 639, 644, 646, 647, 664
Mr. Boutwell......

...510,
550, 579, 587, 593, 695, 597
Mr. Boyer.........

..543
Mr. Brooks........ .476, 510, 597, 598
Mr. Bromwell.............

.543
Mr. Burr.........
Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts...549, 551,

572, 639, 644, 145,

646, 648, 662, 663
Mr. Cake............

... 664

..642, 647
Mr. Dawes......

.548,
550, 551, 579, 581, 582, 583

...514
514, 515, 542, 543, 548, 580, 585,

586, 587, 588, 589, 605, 662, 664
Mr. Eliot........

.... 571, 572, 573, 598
Mr. Farnsworth.

...513,
648, 549, 550, 551, 644
Mr. Garfield.
Mr. Getz.........

.543, 582, 593
550, 551

..548
.573, 663
.687, 588, 589

.604, 605

58, 61,

......583

Mr. Cary.....

Mr.
Ege.......... 476, 511, 512, 513,

Reconstruction-Continued.
resolution authorizing Committee on, to

inquire what combinations have been
made or attempted to obstruct the due
execution of the laws, &c.—[By Mr.

Spalding, January 27, 1868.]
read, 781; adopted, 785.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 186) declaratory

of the rights and powers of the Federal
and State Governments, and the rights

of citizenship-[By Mr. Johnson.]
referred, 838.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 196) requesting

the Committee on, to inquire and re-
port if there is any further legislation
necessary to insure a more speedy res-
toration of the ten late rebel States to
full political rights, with a sufficient

guarantee-[By Mr. Miller.]
referred, 1082.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 206) to restore

the State of Alabama to representation

in Congress-[By Mr. Bingham.]
read and referred, 1217.
bill (H. R. No. 904) for the admission of

the State of Alabama-[By Mr. Stevens,

of Pennsylvania.]
reported, 1790; discussed, 1818, 1828,

1862, 1869, 1934 ; recommitted, 1988;
bill (H. R. No. 935) reported as sub-

stitute, 1972.
remarks by-
Mr. Arnell.....

.1827
Mr. Ashley, of Ohio......... .1820
Mr. Baker...

..1869
Mr. Beck

..1821, 1937
Mr. Blaine

.1862
Mr. Boyer...

1790, 1819,
1820, 1828, 1862, 1934, 1937, 1938
Mr. Eldridge..

1820, 1821
Mr. Farnsworth. ....1790, 1818,

1819, 1820, 1821, 1828, 1937, 1938
Mr. Garfield.....

..1862, 1938
Mr. Hulburd

1821
Mr. Judd.

1828
Mr. Kerr....

1819, 1820, 1821
Mr. Kelley

.1819
Mr. Loan....

1819, 1820, 1937
Mr. Maynard

1828
Mr. Paine

1938
Mr. Ross....

1820, 1938
Mr. Poland.

.1938
Mr. Price

1828
Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania .....1790,

1818, 1819, 1820, 1821, 1862, 1938
Mr. Wood....

.1819, 1938
bill (H. R. No. 126) to guaranty to the

several States of the Union a repub-
lican form of government-[By Mr.

Broomall.]
motion to reconsider called up, 1939; dis.

cussed, 1954, 1961, 1968, 1973.
bill (H. R. No. 935) to admit the State of

Alabama to representation in Con-

gress-[By Mr. Farnsworth.)
reported and recommitted, 1972; bill (H.

R. No.970) reported as substitute, 2137.
bill (H. R. No. 970) to provide for a tem-

porary and provisional government for

Alabama-[By Mr. Farnsworth.]
reported as substitute for bill (I. Ř. No.

935), 2137; discussed, 2137, 2143, 2165,
2193, 2199, 2201, 2207; passed, title
amended, 2217; indefinitely postponed

by Senate, 3266.
In Senate : received from House, 2217;

referred, 2221; indefinitely postponed,

3213
remarks by-
Mr. Arnell.......

.2216
Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.......
Mr. Beck.....

.2139, 2200, 2207
Mr. Bingham........

.2138,
2209, 2211, 2212, 2213
Mr. Boutwell... .2211, 2214, 2215
Mr. Bromwell..

.2214, 2215
Mr. Brooks......................

...2216
Mr. Dawes....

...2212, 2213
Mr. Eldridge.....2188, 2189, 2148. 2193.

2204, 2211, 2218, 2215, 2216, 2217

Reconstruction, bill (H. R. No. 970)--Con.

tinued.
remarks by-

Mr. Farnsworth, 1972, 2137, 2138,2139,

2143, 2193, 2198, 2213, 2214, 2215, 2216
Mr. Hunter....

.2217
Mr. Kelley.

.2139, 2140, 2194
Mr. Kerr

,2138,
2139, 2143, 2193, 2194, 2195, 2198
Mr. Miller......

..2208
Mr. Mullins..........................
Mr. Niblack

.2217
Mr. Paine ...................

.2143, 2199, 2200
Mr. Pike

.2137
Mr. Plants...............

2141
Mr. Spalding.........2137, 2138,2208, 2212
Mr. Sievens, of Pennsylvania...... 2143,

2195, 2214, 2215
Mr. Upson.......

..2198
Mr. Ward.

... 2216
Mr. Washburne, of Illinois............ 2214
Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania.....2138,

2209
Mr. Wilson, of Iowa....... .2165
Mr. Woodward

2140, 2217
yeas and nays on the........ .2216, 2217
bill (H. R. No. 1026) to admit the State of

Arkansas to representation in Con.

gress-[By Mr. Paine.]
referred, 2331.
bill (H. R. No. 1030) to admit the State of

South Carolina to representation in

Congress--[By Mr. Paine.]
referred, 2832.
bill (H. R. No. 1031) to adınit the State of

North Carolina to representation in

Congress-[By Mr. Paine.]
referred, 2332.
bill (H. R. No. 1032) to admit the State of

Louisiana to representation in Con-

gress-[By Mr. Paine.]
referred, 2332.
bill (H. R. No. 1039) to admit the State of

Arkansas to representation in Con-
gress-[By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsyl-

vania.]
reported and recommitted, 2375; reported,
2390; discussed, 2390; passed, 2399;
votes, 24v1, 2412, 2498; passed Senate
with amendments, 2773; referred, 2776;
reported, 2811; report not received,
2812; non-concurrence reported, 2836;
conference, 2836, 2876; conference re-
port, 2921 ; agreed to by Senate, 2910;
agreed to by House, 2937, 2938; enrolled,
2943; vetoed, 3330 ; passed over veto,
3331; passed Senate over veto, 3381;
votes, 3397; presented to Secretary of

State, 3397.
In Senate: received from House and

printed, 2417; discussed, 2136 ; re-
ferred, 2440; reported, 2487 ; discussed,
2517, 2561, 2600, 2628, 2659, 2690, 2736;
passed, with amendments, 2750; con-
ference, 2858; conference report, 2901,
2904; concurred in by Senate, 2904 ;
concurred in by House, 2925; enrolled,
2927; vetoed, 3324 ; passed House over
veto, 3324; veto message, 3325; dis-

cussed, 3361.
remarks by

Mr. Ashley, of Ohio............. 2811, 2812
Mr. Baker.....

... 2391
Mr. Beaman........

. 2921, 2938
Mr. Beck ........... 2391, 2392, 2394, 2396
Mr. Blaine, 2391, 2392, 2398, 2399, 2811
Mr. Boutwell.

2391
Mr. Brooks ..............

2811, 2812, 2938
Mr. Burr.....

..2412
Mr. Eldridge.

.2390, 2391,
2392, 2394, 2395, 2399, 2921, 2937
Mr. Farnsworth......... 2899, 2811, 3330
Mr. Getz..

..2401
Mr. Jobnson....
Mr. Jones, of Kentucky ........2498, 2499
Mr. Kelley.....

2412
Mr. Miller....

.8397
Mr. Mungen

2875
Mr. Paine.........

.2394, 2396, 2811, 2812
Mr. Pike

2375
Mr. Pile

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597, 663
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598, 641
476, 514, 515, 516

......644
..573, 574

...605

...589

.548, 662
-515, 549, 550, 551

..589
..541

Mr. Gravely.
Mr. Harding...
Mr. Higby.
Mr. Holman...
Mr. Hubbard, of Connecticut .........599
Mr. Jenckes.
Mr. Kelley
Mr. Kerr.....

550, 578, 579, 680, 581, 595, 602
Mr. Ketcham
Mr. Koontz ...............:
Mr. Loan ................
Mr. Logan...
Mr. Loughridge...........
Mr. Mallory,
Mr. Marshall......
Mr. Maynard.........
Mr. Mungen........
Mr. Niblack....
Mr. Nicholson .....
Mr. Paine, 551, 571, 572, 573, 574, 646
Mr. Peters....
Mr. Phelps.......
Mr. Pruyn ........542, 604, 605, 639, 640
Mr. Randall...
Mr. Robinson..
Mr. Ross....

542, 543, 650, 584, 602, 603, 604
Mr. Scofield.
Mr. Spalding........

.....541, 542, 639
Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania .........663
Mr. Upson...
Mr. Van Trump...
Mr. Ward .......

..583, 684, 648, 664
Mr. Washburne, of Illinois......

551, 599, 603, 604, 605, 734
Mr. Wilson, of low&........

.477
Mr. Windom .............................."
Mr. Wood......

......517, 541,
542, 543, 546, 551, 697, 662, 663, 664
Mr. Woodbridge....
Mr. Woodward ......

........612, 640
yeas and nays on the......

-599, 601
.542, 642

550, 551
477,514

..476,

......640, 663

..516
..514, 664

.477,

...2193

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CCCXVI
Reconstruction, bill (H. R. No. 1039)--Con- Reconstruction, bill (H. R. No. 1058)--Con- | Reconstruction, bill (H. R. No. 1450)-Con-

tinued.
tinued.
tinued.
remarks by-
remarks by

remarks by-
Mr. Randall

...2921
Mr. Prayn........ 2445, 2456, 2461, 2462

Mr. Beck ....... 1416, 4419, 4421
Mr. Robinson ... 2392, 2899, 3831
Mr. Randall

Mr. Bingham

.4416, .2463

Mr. Raum..........
Mr. Spalding...............2891, 2892, 2397

4420, 4421, 4422, 4423 Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania.....2375, Mr. Robinson

...2445,

Mr. Boutwell... ......4419, 4423 2390, 2391, 2392, 2395, 2896, 2397,

2453, 2455, 2456, 2465, 3094, 3484

Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, 4420, 4421 2898, 2999, 2811, 2836, 3331, 3397 Mr. Scofield.

***...........................3623

Mr. Covode ................

4422 Mr. Upson....,

.2938
Mr. Shellabarger

Mr. Eldridge.........

4421, 4423 Mr. Van Wyck.....

2392
Mr. Spalding..............3090, 3093, 3094

Mr. Miller....

4420 Mr. Ward

2399
Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania.......2412,

Mr. Paine.

4421 Mr. Welker.....

2392
2413, 2445, 2446, 2456, 2462,

Mr. Randall.

4416 Mr. Woodward...2392, 2395, 2896, 2398

2463, 2464, 2465, 2466, 3484

Mr. Scofield....

4423 ..2451

Mr, Upson yeas and nays on the.........2399, 2937, 3331

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois... 4420, 4423 bill (H. R. No. 1044) to admit the State of Mr. Van Horn, of New York.. .2455

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

4423 South Carolina to representation in

Mr. Van Trump

..2452, 2453

questions relating to, discussed in Commit

Mr. Van Wyck ........
Congress-[By Mr. Paine.]

...........................2453

Mr. Ward reported and recommitted, 2399.

tee of the Whole. .2450

remarks by

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois... 2456, 3092
jaint resolution (H, R. No. 255) declaring
the officers-elect of the State of South Mr. Wilson, of Pennsylvania 2453,

Mr. Archer....

......... 4017

.....4016 Carolina to be the provisional govern

Mr. Blair

2455, 2456 ment of said State-[By Mr. Shanks.] Mr. Woodbridge

Mr. Burleigh.

4015, 4016 Mr. Woodward............2455, 2462, 3095 referred, 2399.

2401

Mr. Cook ....... resolution calling for a statement of the

..4063 .2463, yeas and nays on the....

Mr. Van Trump........

2465, 3097, 3484 number of votes cast for and against

.4014,

Mr. Washburn, of Indiana... the constitutions of North Carolina, bill (H. R. No. 1194) to provide for the in

4015, 4016

2053 South Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana,

Mr. Woodward........ auguration of State officers in Arkansas, and Alabama--(By Mr. Coburn, May North Carolina, Sonth Carolina, Louisi- credentials of Representatives.elect from 11, 1868.]

Ana, Georgia, and Alabama, and for the Arkansas presented and referred, 3396 ; agreed to, 2407.

meeting of the Legislatures of said reported, 3139; Representatives.sworn in, bill (H. R. No. 1058) to admit the States of States-[By Mr. Paine.]

3440. North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisi- referred, 2936; reported and passed, 2971; credentials of Representative-elect from ana, Georgia, and Alabama to repre- indefinitely postponed by Senate, 3852.

Florida presented and referred, 3614; resentation in Congress-[By Mr. Stevens, In Senate : received from House, 2963;

ported, 3655; Representative sworn in, of Pennsylvania.] referred, 2995; indefinitely postponed,

8655. reported, 2412; disciissed, 2445, 2461 ;

8814.

credentials of Representatives-elect from bill (H. R. No. 1268) to authorize and repassed, 2465; votes, 2498; passed Sen.

North Carolina presented and referred, ate with amendments, 8067 ; referred, quire the Secretary of War to deliver 8078; reported, 3090; discussed, 3090

3761, 4082, 4252; reported, 3764, 4007,

certain ordnance to the States of Ark. Senate amendments concurred in, 3097 ansas, Louisiana, South Carolina, North

4083, 4254; Representatives sworn in,3764, enrolled, 3105; vetoed, 3484; passed

4007, 4083, 4254.

Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Florover veto, 8185 ; passed Senate over ida, for the use of the militia upon the

credentials of Representatives-elect from veto, 3488; presented to Secretary of discontinuance of military governments

South Carolina presented and referred, State, 3523.

therein-[By Mr. Paine.]

4080, 4252 ; reported, 4215, 4254, 4499;

4216, In Senate: received from House and

Representatives sworn in referred, 3164 referred, 2488 ; reported, 2759; dis- joint resolution (S. R. No. 139) escluding cussed, 2858, 2861, 2895, 2901, 2904, from the Electoral College the votes of credentials of Representatives-elect from 2927, 2963, 2998, 3023 ; passed with States lately in rebellion which shall not Alabama presented and referred, 4173, amendments, 3029; motion to recon. have been reorganized.

4213, 4293; reported, 4293; Representbider, 3052; withdrawn, 3052; amend- received from Senate, 3967; referred, atives sworn in, 4295, 4334. ments agreed to by House, 8089 ; en- 3967; reported, 3974; discussed, 3974; credentials of Representatives-elect from rolled, 3089; vetoed, 3466; passed over passed with amendments, 3981; agreed Louisiana presented and referred, 4186, veto, 3466.

to by Senate, 4002; enrolled, 2002; 4213; reported, 4215; Representatives remarks by

vetoed, 4258 ; passed over veto, 4259. sworn in, 4216.
Mr. Baker....
......3093 remarks by-

credentials of Representativer-elect from Mr. Beaman...i p...................3037

Mr. Beck.......

......3977
Mr. Beck...

.2413, 2445,
Mr. Boutwell........

Georgia presented and referred, 4334,

..3974, 3975, 3976, 2446, 2447, 2449, 2450, 2451, 3096

3977, 3978, 3979, 3980, 3981, 4259

4412, 4433, 4491 ; reported, 4471, 4472, Mr. Beajainin...

..2463
Mr. Brooks........3976, 3977, 3979, 4259

4499, 4500; Representatives sworn in, Mr. Bingbam

..2413
Mr. Dawes.....

4492, 4499, 4500.

.8976 2446, 2447, 2462, 2463, 3090, 3091, Mr. Eldridge......

Reconstruction laws, resolution calling for

...3974, 8092, 3098, 3094, 3095, 3096, 3097

8975, 5978, 3980, 3981, 4259

copies of all orders promulgated at the Mr. Boyer.. 2445, 8097 Mr. Farnsworth...

South for the execution of the-[By Mr.
Mr, Bromwell

..3967, 3976
...... 2464, 3093
Mr. Marshall...........

Brooks, December 12, 1867.]

-3978, 3979, 3980
Mr. Brooks...............
2446, 2450, 2456,
Mr. Schenck.

objected to, 153; adopted, 936.

....3979, 3980 2461, 2462, 2464, 3094, 3095, 8097 Mr. Stevens, of Pa......3976, 3977, 3978

bill (H. R. No. 320) making appropriations Mr. Burr

..3069
Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, 3091, 3092
yeas and nays on the .....3980, 3981, 4259

to supply deficiencies in the appropriaresolution for printing the general and spe.

tions for the execution of the, and for Mr. Chanler .3092

the service of the quartermaster's de-
cial orders pertaining to, transmitted
Mr. Cullom....

... 3090
Mr. Eldridge..
from the War Department-[By Mr.

partment of the Government for the fis-
.......2413
Laflin, July 18, 1868.]

cal year ending June 30, 1868–[By Mr. 2464, 2465, 8096, 3097, 3484

Butler, of Massachusetts.]
reported and agreed to, 4213.
Mr. Farnsworth

..2413, joint resolution (S. R. No. 173) respecting
2450, 2451, 2462, 2463, 3090,

reported and printed, 200; discussed, 287, the provisional governments of Virginia 8092, 8093, 8094, 3095, 3484

290; passed, 201; passed Senate with and Texas. Mr. Garfield .... 2451, 2452, 2453

amendment, 582; referred, 589; reMr. Higby .........2150, 2453, 2455, 2463 received from Senate, 4896.

ported, 673 ; called up, 687; discussed, Mr. Hulburd joint resolution (H. R. No. 357) placing the

688 ; Senate amendment non-concurred Mr. Ingersoll 3092, 3093 loyal citizens of the State of Alabama

in, 690; Senate insists, 735, 806; con......................2463 Mr. Jones, of Kentucky........ on equal terms with citizens of other

ference, 783 ; report, 836; agreed to by 2498 States, according to the act of July 4,

Senate, 836; agreed to by House, 836 ; .2465 Mr. Lawrence, of Pennsylvania .....2455 1864-[By Mr. Haughey.]

enrolled, 838. Mr. Loan.......

referred, 4416. .................... 2463

In. Senate: received from House and reMr. Miller.......

bill (H. R. No. 1450) for the more speedy .2452

ferred, 299; reported, 434; called up, Mr. Morgan reorganization of the States of Virginia,

537.; discussed, 561; passed with amend-
.2451, 2452
Mr. Mungen

Mississippi, and Texas--[By Mr. Bing:
..2464
.2455, 3097

amendments, 678;. referred, 703; reMr. Paine..........

reported, 4416; discussed, 4416, 4422;

.. 2445,
2452, 2155, 2462, 2464, 3091
passed, 4423.

agreed to, 722;
conference, 789;

report, In Senate : received from House, 4485; Mr. Pile...... ..2,453 read, 4443; discussed, 4506.

818; concurred in by Senate, 818; enrolled, 818.

1200, 1499.

.....

........

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

ham.]

ments, 565; disagreed to by House with ported, 721; House amendments dis

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

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Reporters, resolation directing the, of the Reservation Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 1045) making appropriations Congressional Globe to report in full each bill (H. R. No. 550) providing for the sale

to supply deficiencies in appropriations distinct proposition, motion, resolution, or of a portion of the Fort Gratiot military,
for the execution of the, in the third bill, and each amendment or modification in St. Clair county, in the State of Mich-
military district for the fiscal year end- thereto, or substitute therefor, offered for igan-[By Mr. Trowbridge.]
ing the 30th of June, 1868–[By Mr. the consideration of this House by any referred, 779; reported, 3728; passed,
Washburne, of Illinois. ]

member or Delegate[By Mr. Chanler, 3724; passed Şenate, 3928; enrolled,
reported, 2400; discussed, 2411; passed, May 14, 1868.).

3981; approved, 4255
2412; passed Senate, 2532; enrolled, referred, 2457.

In Senate : received from House, 3714;
2535; not returned, become a law, 2776. | Republican form of government, bill (H. R. referred, 3715; reported, 3814; passed,
In Senate: received from House and re- No. 126) to guaranty to the several States

8874.
ferred, 2417; reported, 2435; passed, of the Union a-[By Mr. Broomall.] bill (H. R. No. 737) relating to settlers on
2509; enrolļed, 2518.

motion to reconsider called up, 1939; dis- that portion of the Fort Randall mili-
resolution calling for a report of the number cussed, 1954, 1961, 1968, 1973.

tary, vacated by the order of General
of votes cast ander the, up to the present remarks by-

Grant in 1867—[By Mr. Glossbrenner.]
time for and against the adoption of the Mr. Beaman

.1968, 1971 referred, 1217.
constitution for the State of Alabama-

Mr. Blaine............... ........

...1959 resolution in reference to the military, at
[By Mr. Bearpan, March 9, 1868.]

Mr. Boyer.
**!!!!!!..............1959

Fort Snelling=[By Mr. Dodge, Febru-
proposed, 1667; reported and adopted, Mr. Broomall

....1939, 1955,

ary 25, 1868.]
1761.

1958, 1959, 1960, 1964, 1971, 1974 adopted, 1419.
Records, bill (H. R. No. 944) to provide a Mr. Burr.......

1959

bili (H. R. No. 850) to authorize the sale
remedy for the loss or destruction of judg. Mr. Chanler......

.1966

of a, of public lands in Dubuque, Iowa-
ment, or decrees pertaining to proceedings Mr. Eldridge....

1960, 1965
in the United States courts-[By Mr.

[By Mr. Allison.]
Mr. Farnsworth.........................

..1972 referred, 1681.
Wilson, of Iowa.]

Mr. Kelley...

1958, bill (H. R. No. 938) to authorize the sale
referred, 2022.

1959, 1964, 1965, 1971, 1972 of twenty acres of the land of the mili-
Reed, Lieatenant Paris L., bill (H. R. No. Mr. Kerr............................

.1972, 1973 tary, at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas-
1421) for the relief of-[By Mr. Welker.]

Mr. Knott.....

. 1960, 1961

{By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.)
referred, 4000.

Mr. Lawrence, of Pennsylvania...1965, referred, 1993; reported and discussed,
Reens, Henry, bill (S. No. 495) for the relief of.

1971, 1973 2680; passed, 2081; passed Senate,
received from Senate, 3345 ; referred, 3346 ; Mr. Maynard..

..1971 4002; enrolled, 4014; approved, 4255.
reported and passed, 3898.

Mr. Mullins......

.1965 In Senate: received from House, 2690;
Reeside, J. E., joint resolution (H. R. No. 243)

Mr. Randall..

1974

referred, 2701 ; reported, 8983; passed,
for relief of-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas. Í Mr. Schenck..

........................1966

8984; enrolled, 3986.
referred, 2070.

Mr. Scofield.........

remarks by-
Register of deeds, bill (H. R. No. 969) supple- Mr. Spalding:

.1939, 1971
Mr. Cobb.....

.2681
mentary to an act entitled “An act to Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania ......1965, Mr. Dodge.

.2680, 2681
establish the office of, for the District of

1966, 1968
Mr. Garfield

.2681
Columbia,'' approved February 14, 1863— Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania......1965 Mr. Logan...

..2681
[By Mr. Ingersoll.]

Mr. Woodward.

..1958,

Mr. Paine...
referred, 2109.

2680, 2681
1959, 1960, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1972

Mr. Ross........

...... 2680, 2681
bill (S. No. 491) to provide for the appoint. Reservation, joint resolution (H. R. No. 150) Mr. Washburne, of Illinois... 2680, 2681

nient of, in the District of Columbia.
received from Senate, 3761 ; passed, 4490;

authorizing the Leavenworth and North- bill (H. R. No. 1155) declaring the lands
enrolled, 4496.

western Railroad Company and the Leav- constituting the Fort Jessup military,
enworth and Des Moines Railroad Com-

in the State of Louisiana, subject to
Registration-see Vessels.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 198) to author-

pany to construct their roads through the homestead entry and settlement-[By
ize the Secretary of the Treasury to

military, at Fort Leavenworth-[By Mr. Mr. Julian. ]
prescribe rules and regulations for, of
Clarke, of Kansas.]

reported and recommitted, 2813.
certain vessels of western and northern
referred, 474.

remarks by-
bill (H. R. No. 400) authorizing the con: Mr. Julian.
lakes on payment of internal revenue

2813
struction of a bridge across the Missouri Mr. Pile.....
tax-[By Mr. Spalding.)

2813
river upon the military, at Fort Leav-

Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin....
referred, 1083.

2813
Registration of voters, resolution instructing

enworth, and to provide for the reduc- bill (H. R. No. 1276) for the sale of the Hot
Committee on Territories to inquire into

tion of said.[By Mr. Clarke, of Kan- Springs, in Arkansas--[By Mr. Julian.)
sas. ]

referred, 3223; leave to report asked,
the expediency of providing for a uniform
system of, in all the Territories of the
referred, 474,

4083; reported, 4485; passed, 4487.
United States-[By Mr. Flanders, Febru-

bill"(H. R. No. 358) for the relief of settlers In Senate : received from House, 4501.

on the late Sioux Indian, in the State remarks by-
ary 19, 1868.]
agreed to, 1277.
of Minnesota-[By Mr. Windom.]

Mr. Hinds.

,4486
Registry, bill (H. R. No. 378) to further regu.
referred, 331 ; reported and passed, 538 ; Mr. Hopkins.

.4485, 4487
passed Senate, 1633; 'enrolled, 1668; Mr. Julian
late the, of vessels-[By Mr. Humphrey.]

4089, 4084
approved, 1806.

bill (8. No. 215) to vacate and sell the Uma-
Reilly, Michael, bill (H. R. No. 1390) grant-

In Senate: received from House, 520; ti Ha, in the State of Oregon.
ing a pension to-[By Mr. Miller.]

referred, 552; reported, 786 ; passed, received from Senate, 3310; referred,
reported and passed, 3891; passed Senate,
1622; enrolled, 1657.

-4432,
4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498.

bill (H. R. No. 498) to declare the Fort Jes. bill (S. No. 16) donating a portion of the
In Senate : received from House and re-

sup, of lands restored to the United Fort Leavenworth military, for the ex-
ferred, 3917; reported, 4146 ; passed,

States and subject to homestead entry clusive use of a public road.
and settlement--[By Mr. Julian.]

received from Senate, 3974 ; passed, 4492 ;
referred, 687.

enrolled, 4496.
resolution inquiring the number of acres of bill (H. R. No. 1447) granting the right of
ing a pension to, widow of William K.

land contained in the military, of Fort way to certain railway companies over
Rennard, deceased, late a private in the

Riley, and whether the whole of said, the military, at Fort Leavenworth,
is needed for military purposes--[By Kansas-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas. ]

Mr. Clarke, of Kansas, Jan. 22, 1868.] read and passed, 4380 ; passed Senate,
agreed to, 687.

4488; enrolled, 4495 ; approved, 4500.
resolution calling for certain information In Senate : received from House, 4400;

respecting the Sioux Indian, in the State referred, 4403 ; reported and passed,
of Minnesota, exposed to sale on the 2d 4452.;, enrolled, 4501.
of December, 1867, under proclamation Reservations, bill (S. No. 170) to provide for
of the President-[By Mr. Donnelly, deficiency of expenses incurred 'in the
January 22, 1868.]

survey of Indian.
adopted, 691.

received from Senate, 2533 ; referred, 2544;
bill (H. R. No. 511) authorizing the Secre- reported and discussed, 3097.; recom-

tary of the Interior to cause the lands mitted, 3100.
known as the Miami Indian, in the State remarks by-
of Indiana, to be patented-[By Mr. Mr. Allison, 2544,8097, 3098, 3099,8100
Shanks.]

Mr. Blaine......
reported, 692; passed, 693.

Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts......3097,

3100
In Senate: received from House, 703;

2008, 3099,

2544
referred, 720.

Mr. Chanler......

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referred, 473.

4368; enrolled, 4143.
Religious societies--see Churches.
Rennard, Eliza J., bill (H. R. No. 519) grant-

Renault, Philip, joint resolution (H, R. No.

tenth battery Obio volunteers in the war

of 1861-[By Mr. Miller.]
reported, 734; passed, 735; passed Senate,

3336; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3731.
In Senate: received from House, 731 ; re-
ferred, 764; reported, 1311; passed, 3817 ;
enrolled, 3359.
239) authorizing

a settlement of the claim
of the heirs of, for certain lands-[By Mr.

Lawrence, of Pennsylvania.]
Reporter, bill (H. R, No. 1336) to provide for

the employment of a stenographic, for the
district court of the United States for the
eastern districtof Missouri-[By Mr. Pile. ]
reforred, 3587.

referred, 1900.

..3098, 3100

.13, 18 .16, 17

............35

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

...............898

.31, 36

.........

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

CCCXVIII
Reservations, bill (S. No. 1709_Continued. Revenue, bill (H. R. No. 207)-Continued.

remarks by-
remarks by-
Mr. Higby....

.3100

Mr. Farnsworth.
Mr. Loughridge..

.... 3098
Mr. Garfield....

.18, 27

Mr. Griswold.
Mr. Maynard ...... .8098, 3099, 3100
Mr. Price........

3098, 3099
Mr. Harding.....

.741
3100
Mr. Scofield.

Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts........

..36 Mr. Spalding.

.3100

Mr. Hooper, of Utah.... Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...8099, 3100 Mr. Humphreys .......

15

Mr. Ingersoll resolution in reference to the Ottawas and

Mr. Kelley....

.15, 28, 898 Chippewas — [By Mr. Ferry, July 6,

..32

Mr. Kerr
· 1868.]
adopted, 3766.

Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio........
Mr. Logan

28, 673 Reservoir, bill (S. No. 39) to provide means

Mr. Marshall..

...32 for the prosecution of the work on the distributing, of the Washington aqueduct. Mr. Maynard ........28, 35, 741, 897, 898

Mr. McCarthy...

..29 reported adversely, 282.

Mr. Miller......... .30, 31, 32, 36 Restaurant, resolution permitting James Perry

Mr. Moorhead.

.30, 741, 898 to resume his contract to keep the House

Mr. Mullins

. 16, 898 [By Mr. Schenck, Deceniber 4, 1867.]

Mr. Niblack

.....17 referred, 27.

Mr. Nunn

30 remarks by

Mr. Pike

..897 Mr. Eldridge

27
Mr. Pile

.18, 81, 506 Mr. Garfield

...27
Mr. Robinson

.....35 Mr. Kelley

27
Mr. Schenck

.13, Mr. Schenck...

..27

30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 389, 505, 506, Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.............. 27

648, 740, 741, 742, 743, 896, 897 resolution committing the subject of leasing Mr. Spalding ....

36 the, and prescribing the rules under

Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania.... 506 which it shall be kept to the Committee

Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky.... ...897 on Revisal and Unfinished Business,

Mr. Upson....

....898 with full power to make such regula

Mr. Ward.

.36, 898 tions as may to them seem expedient

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, 36, 742, 743 [By Mr. Blaine, December 17, 1867.]

Mr. Windom......

.29 adopted, 232.

yeas and nays on the...............36, 742, 898 Restoration-see Reconstruction.

resolution limiting the amount of, to be col. Retrenchment, the joint Committee on...36, 37

lected and the amount of appropriainstructions to..... .1769, 2332, 2937

tions By Mr. Hooper, of Massachureports from.....134, 1828, 1860, 2466, 3310 bill (H. R. No. 894) to reduce the expenses

setts, December 9, 1867.).

proposed, 66; read and withdrawn, 91;
of the Government - [By Mr. Van
Wyck.]

proposed, 96.

remarks byreferred, 1760.

Mr. Allison

.......97 Revenue, bill (H. R. No. 207) to provide for the exemption of cotton from internal

Mr. Baker

....97 Mr. Boutwell........

... 65 tax-[By Mr. Schenck.] reported, 13; discussed, 13, 27; passed, 36;

..65, 96 passed Senate with amendments, 384;

Mr. Eldridge .........

...96, 97 referred, 389; reported, 505; discussed,

Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts... .65, 505 ; non-concurred in, 506; conference,

91, 96, 97 638, 648; conference report, 673; no

Mr. Pruyn .....

96 agreement, 673; new conference, 694;

Mr. Spalding...

.65 report, 740; agreed to by Senate, 735;

Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania ...........97 disagreed to by House, 742; third confer

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois ......... 65, 91 ence, 742, 830; report, 895; agreed to by bill (H. R. No. 227) to exempt from taxaSenate, 895; agreed to by House, 898;

tion all manufactured goods where the enrolled, 899; approved, 937.

product produced or manufactured shall In Senate: received from House and re

not exceed $5,000 per annum, except
ferred, 38; reported, 145; discussed, 164, certain manufactured articles specified
197, 220, 244, 299, 346; passed with [By Mr. Williams, of Indiana.]
amendments, 358; non-concurred in by referred, 89.
House, 500; called up, 552, 565; confer- bill (H. R. No. 229) to regulate the compen.
ence, 627, 652; report, 675; disagreed to sation of assistant assessors and assist-
by House, 674; new conference, 674, 677; ant collectors of internal, in certain
report, 703; concurred in by Senate, 703;

cases

es—[By Mr. Kerr.]
non-concurred in by House, 764; third referred, 89.
conference, 793 ; report, 861; concurred joint resolution (H. R. No. 115) requiring
in by Senate, 861; concurred in by House, the Military Committee to inquire into
886 ; enrolled, 886.

the justice and expediency of reporting
remarks by-

a bill refunding the income tax collected Mr. Allison

17,

from officers of the Army and Navy dur-
742, 743, 895, 896, 897, 898 ing the war-[By Mr. Logan.]
Mr. Archer...

.28, 33 referred, 90.
Mr. Baker

29 resolution for abolishing all internal taxes
Mr. Barnes..

except on whisky and tobacco--[By
17, 33, 34, 506, 742, 898 Mr. Eldridge, December 9, 1867.]
Mr. Beck........

741 proposed, 97.
Mr. Benjamin..

742 resolution making inquiry respecting the Mr. Bingham

amount of, on distilled spirits collected Mr. Blaine....

.742, 743, 897

in the State of Illinois for the six Mr. Brooks.....

months ending November 30, 186734, 35, 36, 743, 895, 896 [By Mr. Burr, December 12, 1867.] Mr. Bromwell........

.....30 agreed to, 155. Mr. Barr.........

...31, 36 Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts ............17

resolution instructing Committee of Ways Mr. Chanler.....

and Means to inquire into the expedi

..... .13, 27
Mr. Covode. ....

ency of exempting from paying tax all
..14, 29, 742, 897
Mr. Cullom ...................

incomes which do not exceed $2,500 per

...898 Mr. Ela........

annum.-[By Mr. Ingersoll, December

.16, 897 Mr. Eldridge........

12, 1867.] .86, 506

agreed to, 156.

Revenge-Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 321) to provide internal, to

support the Government, to pay interest

on the public debt--[By Mr. Hunter.]
referred, 267.
bill (H. R. No. 369) to prevent frauds in the

collection of the tax on distilled spirits

[By Mr. Schenck.
reported, 364; discussed, 864; passed, 366;

passed Senate with amendment, 422;
concurred in, 422; enrolled, 433; ap-
proved, 510.
In Senate: received from House, 846
referred, 358; reported, 404 ; passed
with amendment, 404; concurred in by

House, 405; enrolled, 434.
remarks by-
Mr. Hunter .....

.365, 366 Mr. Moorhead

365 Mr. Mungen ....

.865 Mr. Schenck.. ....364, 365, 366, 422 Mr. Wood..

...422 resolution for printing the report of the

Special Commissioner of the-[By Mr.

Schenck, January 8, 1868.] referred, 388; reported and agreed to, 664. resolution directing Committee of Ways and

Means to inquire into the expediency of abolishing the internal, taxon manu. factures of cotton, wool, iron, and steel

[Mr. Broomall, January 8, 1868.) agreed to, 403. resolution that the revenue laws ought

speedily to be adapted to the raising of, sufficient to meet the annual expenditures of the Government, including the interest, and no more-[By Mr. Lynch,

January 10, 1868. ] referred, 452 joint resolution (H. R. No. 143) relative to

the passage of a tariff law with as little delay as possible affording adequate protection to the industrial interests of the

country- [By Mr. Miller.] referred, 473. joint resolution (H. R. No. 148) in relation

to certain officers of the-[By Mr. An

derson.] referred, 474. joint resolution (H. R. No. 156) to exempt

from taxation all such manufactures as relate to the industrial interests of the

country-[By Mr. Miller.) referred, 636. resolution instructing Committee of Ways

and Means to provide for the total abo. lition of taxes on all such articles of manufacture as enter into general home consumption, and to confine the taxa. tion of manufactures hereafter to articles of luxury-[By Mr. Selye, January

20, 1868.] referred, 641. bill (H. R. No. ,510) to facilitate the collec.

tion of the direct tax in the State of Del.

aware- --[By Mr. Nicholson.] referred, 691; reported, 1115; passed,

1116; passed Senate, 1214 ; enrolled,

1255 ; approved, 1319. In Senate: received from House, 1125;

referred, 1142; reported and passed,

1230; enrolled, 1260. bill (H. R. No. 587) to so construe the words

* books and book-binding" in section ten of the act to reduce internal taxation, &c., approved June 30, 1864, and acts amendatory thereof, approved July 13, 1866, as to include albums for pho

tographs-[By Mr. O'Neill.] referred, 830. resolution for printing extra copies of the

annual report of the Commissioner of

[By Mr. Schenck, January 30, 1868.] referred, 865; reported and agreed to,

1661. resolution calling for information in refer

ence to seizures and to measures taken for the prevention and punishment of frauds upon the customs-[By Mr. Blaine, January 81, 1868. ] adopted, 890.

Mr. Brooks ........

16,

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..14,

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

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

h

Revenue-Continued. resolution in reference to removals made

during the fiscal year 1867 upon the recommendation of the Commissioner of the Internal, and the falling off of inter

nal-[By Mr. Cake, February 7, 1868.] objected to, 1053. bill (H. R. No. 682) in addition to an act to

protect the-[By Mr. Butler, of Massa

chusetts.) referred, 1082. bill (H. R. No. 813) declaratory of the mean

ing of a certain clause in section ninety. four of an act to provide internal, &c.

[By Mr. Spalding.) referred, 1419; reported and passed, 1470. In Senate : received from House, 1464;

referred, 1486. resolation for the reduction of the internal,

tax-[By Mr. Morrell, February 25,

1868.] proposed, 1421. joint resolution (H. R. No 231) to amend

section two of an act entitled "An act to provide increased, from imported wool," approved March 2, 1867—[By

Mr. Hotchkiss. ] referred, 1759. bill (H. R: No. 900) to exempt certain

manufactures from internal tax-[By

Mr. Schenck.) read, reported, and recommitted, 1774; reported, 1794; discussed, 1794; passed, 1796; passed Senate with amendments, 2022 ; referred, 2022; reported, 2081; called up, 2082; discussed, 2099, 2103; amendments concurred in with amendment, 2108; disagreed to by Senate, 2143; conference, 2143 ; conference report, 2171; discussed, 2171 ; agreed to by House, 2175; disagreed to by Senate, 2207; new conference, 2207; conference report, 2228; agreed to by Senate, 2227; discussed, 2228; agreed

to by House, 2231; enrolled, 2232. In Senate: received from House, 1789;

referred, 1789; reported, 1887 ; discussed, 1913, 1944, 1978; passed with amendments, 1992'; non-concurred in by House, 2114; conference, 2114, 2128; conference report, 2160; discussed, 2160, 2177; non-concurred in by Senate, 2191; new conference, 2191, 2217 ; conference report, 2220; discussed, 2220, 2221; con: curred in by Senate, 2224 ; concurred in by House, 2227; enrolled, 2227.

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Revenue, bill (H. R. No. 900)--Continued.
remarks by-
Mr. Orth..

.1796 Mr. Paine..................

2229, 2231 Mr. Pike...........

..2104, 2174, 2230, 2231 Mr. Price...

.2100, 2108 Mr. Raum

.1796 Mr. Ross

.2108 Mr. Schenck

.1774, 1794, 1795, 1796, 2082, 2100, 2101, 2102, 2103, 2105, 2107, 2108, 2171, 2172,

2173, 2174, 2228, 2229, 2230, 2231 Mr. Scofield....

1795, 2100, 2102, 2103, 2105, 2106, 2107 Mr. Selye ......

... 2101, 2174 Mr. Spalding

2100, 2104 Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania......2174,

2175 Mr. Van Wyck..... .....

2107, 2173 Mr. Ward

2108 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois....... .2100 Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts, 2104,

2105 Mr. Welker ......

.2230 Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania ...... 2107 Mr. Wood......... 1796, 2102, 2106 Mr. Woodward.

1795 yeas and nays on the .......... 1796, 2107, 2108 resolution in reference to the reduction of

the force now employed in the collection of the internal, taxes-[By Mr.

Bailey, March 31, 1868.] agreed to, 2228. resolution calling for a statement of the

amount of tax collected on distilled spirits since the 1st of January last

[By Mr. Ingersoll, April 17, 1868.] adopted, 2306. bill (H. R. No. 1060) to reduce into one act

and to amend the laws relating to internal

taxes- [By Mr. Schenck.] reported and recommitted, 2420; reported,

2609; notice, 2712; discussed, 2753, 2817, 2836, 2849, 2876, 2886, 2910, 2943, 2948, 2977, 2987, 3035, 3042, 3064, 3067, 8069, 3105, 3107, 3133, 3144; committee instructed to report bill on spirits and

tobacco, 3165; laid aside, 3887. remarks by~ Mr. Allison, 2822, 2827, 2837,2838, 2839,

2840, 2841, 2843, 2852, 2853, 2883, 2884, 2885, 2948, 2949, 2950, 2952, 2953, 2954, 2955, 2977, 2978, 2980, 2981, 2982, 2983, 2985, 2988, 2989, 2990, 2991, 2992, 2993, 3036, 3037, 8039, 8040, 3041, 3043, 3044, 3045, 3046, 3047, 8069, 3070, 3071, 3072, 8107, 3110, 3111, 3112, 3113, 3136,

3138, 3139, 3140, 3142, 3143, 3144 Mr. Archer.....

.2994 Mr. Barnes....... 2980, 2982, 2985, 2991,

2992, 2993, 2995, 3037, 3048, 3068,

3070, 3105, 3106, 3108, 3109, 3110 Mr. Beaman ......

2887, 2893, 2991, 3035, 3069 Mr. Beck... .2840, 2844, 2845, 2879,

2889, 2890, 3040, 8046, 3047, 3048 Mr. Benjamin.....2919, 2920, 3137, 3145 Mr. Benton .... .2843, 2919, 2986,

3036, 3112, 3113, 3140, 3141, 3142 Mr. Blaine...

. 2610, 2712, 2838, 2843, 2844, 2845, 2846, 2847, 2850, 2851, 2854, 2855, 2878, 2889, 2890, 2891, 2954, 2979, 2980, 2985, 2988, 2990, 3038, 3049, 3050, 3065,

3073, 3111, 8112, 3113, 3114, 3135 Mr. Blair.....

.2979, 2981, 3070 Mr. Bromwell....

2988, 2989, 3044, 3047 Mr. Brooks.......

2845 Mr. Broomall.....2826, 2986, 2989, 3045 Mr. Buckland.

...2978 Mr. Burr ......

3036 Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, 2878,2880,

2881, 2990, 2991, 2992, 2993,

2994, 2995, 3035, 3036, 3042 Mr. Cake.....

2838, 2988, 3065 Mr. Churchill.

.2892, 3046, 3047, 3048, 3065 Mr. Clerke, of Ohio............3042, 3043 Mr. Cobb............. .2846, 2989, 3144

Revenue, bill (H. R. No. 1060)-Continued.
remarks by-

Mr. Coburn..... .2950, 2953, 3043, 3140
Mr. Cornell......

...3140 Mr. Covode, 2840, 2884, 2979, 2994,3145 Mr. Cullom....

.2985, 2993, 2994, 3064, 3071, 3141, 3144 Mr. Dawes......

..2877, 2878, 2879, 2887, 2011, 2990, 3112 Mr. Delano.....

.2851, 2852 Mr. Driggs.

...3143 Mr. Eggleston....2983, 2990, 3046, 3048 Mr. Ela...... .2891, 2892, 2914, 2915,

2981, 2986, 3035, 3066, 3133, 3141 Mr. Eldridge.....

.2822, 2823, 2824, 2825, 2018, 2944 Mr. Eliot........

.3048, 3049 Mr. Farnsworth...

2819, 2850, 2851, 2852, 2853, 2953, 2990, 2991, 3038, 3047, 3048, 3114,

3134, 3140, 3143, 3144, 3145 Mr. Ferry.....

.8049, 3050 Mr. Flanders......

.3064, 3065 Mr. Garfield

.2420, 2848, 2851, 2854, 2855, 2881, 2886, 2887, 2888, 2889, 2894, 2914, 2916, 2953, 2978, 2981, 2992, 3041, 3064, 3066,

3070, 3071, 3073, 3110, 3134, 3136 Mr. Getz..... 3041, 3044, 3106 Mr. Griswold.....2855, 2984, 3041, 3047,

3106, 3108, 3134, 3139, 3141, 3144 Mr. Halsey

...3139 Mr. Harding

.2841, 2882, 2979, 3036, 3143 Mr. Higby, 2824, 2825, 2826, 2855, 2887,

2955, 2957, 2986, 2987, 2988, 2989,

3050, 3071, 3108, 3142, 3143, 3144 Mr. Holman...

.2853, 2891, 2892, 2918, 2921, 2944, 2948, 2949, 2950, 2955, 2956, 2957, 2978, 2983, 2989, 2990, 3067, 3072,

3114, 3134, 3135, 3136, 3137, 3139 Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts...... 2824,

2850, 2851, 2853, 2854, 2887, 2890, 2917, 2978, 2980, 2982, 2987, 2988, 2989, 2990, 3037, 8039, 3043, 3048, 3049, 3050, 3065,

3067, 3111, 3112, 3139, 3141, 3144 Mr. Hopkins.....

....3140 Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia...2892,

2989, 3045, 3046, 3047,

3113, 3114, 3135, 3136, 3137 Mr. Hunter....... 2821, 2840, 2885, 2888 Mr. Ingersoll....

.2843, 2849, 2852, 2853, 2855, 2879, 2880, 2881, 2882, 2891, 2892, 2893, 2916, 2918, 2919, 2920, 2981,

2982, 2984, 3066, 3067, 3142, 3143 Mr. Jenckes

2889, 2893, 2894, 2911, 2912, 2913, 2014, 2948,

2949, 2951, 2952, 2953, 2936, 2957 Mr. Johnson ....

.2826 Mr. Jones, of Kentucky.... .. 2846,

2847, 2852 Mr. Judd..

.2844, 2846, 2885, 2886, 2887, 8038, 3139, 3142 Mr. Kelley...

2420, 2753, 2755 Mr. Knott....

.2881, 2883 Mr. Koontz

2915, 2955, 3142 Mr. Lawrence, of Obio, 2852, 2890, 2891 Mr. Loan...

.2954 Mr. Logan. 2840, 2843, 2844, 2845,

2846, 2847, 2848, 2879, 2882, 2884, 2885, 2990, 2992, 3037, 8038, 3039,

3040, 3043, 3048, 3114, 3133, 3134 Mr. Loughridge

..2019, 2920, 2978, 3071, 3138 Mr. Lynch .....

.2984, 3036, 3114, 3134, 3136, 3141 Mr. Maynard...

.2825, 2826, 2827, 2837, 2843, 2845, 2850, 2853, 2877, 2878, 2888, 2891, 2894, 2913, 2018, 2919, 2020, 2921, 2948, 2950, 2951, 2955, 2956, 2957, 2978, 2980, 2984, 2987, 2988, 2989, 3037, 3038, 3039, 3041, 3044, 3047, 3049, 3064, 3065, 3066, 3070, 3072, 3107, 3108, 3109, 3111, 3134,

3135, 3137, 3138, 3141, 3143, 3144 (See Appendix.)

2983 Mr. McCarthy...

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remarks by

Mr. Allison

Mr. Baker

Mr. Benjamin.. Mr. Benton...... Mr. Blaine .............. Mr. Boutwell .... Mr. Brooks.................. Mr. Broomall

Mr. Eggleston

Mr. Ferry
Mr. Garfield.....

Mr. Griswold.........

.2102, 2103, 2104, 2105, 2106, 2107

2231 Mr. Banks.........2100, 2102, 2104, 2105

..2103 .2174, 2175 .1795, 2230, 2231

.2174 .2172, 2229

2103 Mr. Dawes......... 1796, 2102, 2103, 2106

2173 Mr. Farnsworth... 1796, 2082, 2100, 2102

.2229,

2230

.2102, 2105, 2106, 2229, 2231

.1796

2230 Mr. Holman ......2099, 2102, 2173, 2207 Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts......2143 Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia.....2104 Mr. Hunter ........2103, 2173, 2174, 2231

..1796, Mr. Judd..........2100, 2102, 2103, 2105

2100, 2105, 2108, 2229 .1796, 2106, 2174

2103 ..2103, 2106 ..1796, 2100, 2102 .2105, 2230

... 2229 1796, 2108 .1795, 2230 .2104, 2172

Mr. Halsey

2821,

Mr. Ingersoll.......

Mr. Kelley. Mr. Koontz.... Mr. Maynard Mr. Miller....... Mr. Moorhead.. Mr. Mullins... Mr. Mungen... Mr. Myers...... Mr. Niblack.......

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