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Revenue, bill (H. R. No. 1284)- Continued.
Revenue, bill (II. R. No. 1060)- Continued.
Revenue, bill (H. R. No. 1060)--Continued.

remarks by-
remarks by-
remarks by-

3087

Mr. Van Auken....... Mr. McCormick..

Mr. Archer ... 3042, 3070

******.................3404 2954

.2845, Mr. Van Trump

Mr. Barnes..... Mr. Mercur.....

.3447,
2836,
Mr. Miller

8151, 3461, 3534, 3536, 3536
2846, 2893, 2920, 2950, 3012, 3015
Mr. Ward

2848,
Mr. Beck.........

3406, 8407,
2852, 2882, 2883, 2891, 2892,

8411, 8414, 3415, 344, 3445,

2854, 2876, 2877, 3130, 3138
2894, 2948, 2949, 2950, 2952, 2953,

8447, 8481, 3486, 4089, 4090
Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, 3035, 3136
2957, 2979, 2983, 2986, 2989, 2990,

Mr. Benjamin......
Mr. Washburn, of Indiana... 2850, 2855

..8536
3036, 3037, 3045, 3071, 3106, 3114

2987 Mr. Moorhead

Mr. Benton .....
Mr. Washburn, of Mass........3042, 3050

.3530,3532, 3537
.....3135
Mr. Morrell.......

Mr. Welker.

2956,
Mr. Blaine

3461, 3537, 3538 Mr. Mullins..

2822, 2826,
2982, 2984, 3046, 3049, 3066, 3071

Mr. Boutwell. ......3378, 3379,
2847, 2850, 2853, 2880, 2885, 2886,
Mr. Wood.... 2712, 2817, 2820,

3381, 8401, 3403, 8417, 3421,
2892, 2893, 2944, 2952, 2953, 2981,
2821, 2823, 2826, 2839, 2844, 2815,

345, 3452, 3153, 3478, 3481,
2988, 2993, 3035, 3046, 8049, 3030,
2818, 2876, 2877, 2878, 2883, 2885,

8182, 3188, 3489, 190, 3528

Mr. Brooks 2887, 2888, 2913, 2916, 2017, 2018

.3196
8004, 3068, 3107, 3112, 3137, 3138
Mr. Myers.....

.2810, 2886
Mr. Woodward .

.2815,
Mr. Broowall

..3400, Mr. Niblack......,

.2821,
2950, 2978, 2983, 2987, 2988, 3039

3112, 34-13, 3458, 3535
2822, 2823, 2824, 2825 yeas and nays on them.

..3035

Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, 3378, 3380, Mr. Nicholson ......2845, 2846, 3071, 3072 bill (H. R. No. 1071) to further prevent

3398, 3406, 8108, 3109, 3411, Mr. O'Neill........ 2851, 2890, 2952, 2953, undervaluation of merchandise imported

3117, 3118, 3120, 3421, 3450, 3013, 3108, 3114, 3133, 3134, 3139 into the United States, and for other

3460, 3179, 3480, 318, 3490, Mr. Paine..... ..... 2847, 2919, 2952, purposes-[By Mr. Woodbridge.]

3531, 3535, 3586, 3537, 3538 reierred, 2461. 2953, 2956, 3035, 3044, 8045, 3019,

...... 3491

Mr. Cary...... 3064, 3066, 3070, 3073, 8106, 3139 bill (H. R. No. 1211) to increase the, from

3492, 3433, 3434, 3195, 3500 Mr. Peters.... .....2878, duties on imports and tend to equalize

:3100, 4335 exports and imports-[By Mr. Moor: 2879, 2883, 2889, 2955, 2956, 2984,

..8494

Mr. Coburn.. 8067, 3072, 3106, 3135, 3136, 3139 head.]

Mr. Cook.....

..3337 Mr. Phelps .3071 reported and recommitted, 3029.

Mr. Covode

..3401, Mr. Pike. ......3112, bill (H. R. No. 1272) to promote the effi

3103, 3404, 3409, 3448, 3100, 3185 ciency of the, &c.-[By Jir. Hooper, of 3113, 3114, 3130, 3136, 3141

.3171

Mr. Dawes...
Mr. Pile .......

.2848, 2817,
Massachusetts.]

Mr. Delano
2854, 2893, 2917, 2919, 2580, 2981, referred, 3104.

Mr. Eggleston... 3043, 3045, 3016, 3050, 3139, 3141 resolution instructing the Committee of

3102, 3418, 3419, 3459, 8186 Mr. Poland

2850,

Ways and Means to report without delay Mr. Eldridge .....3377, 3401, 3492, 4090 2910, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2919, 2920 & separate bill for the revision of the

Mr. Eliot........

...3171 Mr. Price.....

2820,

taxes on the manufacture and sale of Mr. Farnsworth, 3377,3398, 3101, 3402, 2821, 2839, 2840, 2952, 2953, 2954, distilled spirits and tobacco-[By Mr.

3108, 8109, 3114, 3415, 3417, 3118, 2978, 2982, 3065, 3066, 3067, 3106, Shanks, June 15, 1868.]

8120, 3121, 3179, 8180, 3484, 3537 3111, 3112, 8118, 8114, 3134, 3136 read and discussed, 3165; adopted, 3171. Dr. Garfield Mr. Randall.... .2847, remarks by

3377, 3379, 3399, 8415, 3422, 3111, 2848, 2890, 2921, 2988, 3134 Mr. Benjamin......

.....3166

3112, 3145, 3460, 3179, 3191, 3197, Mr. Raum

,2913
Mr. Butler, of Mass.....3106, 3169, 3170

3198, 3199, 3528, 353, 3557, 4089 Mr. Robertson

.2977
Mr. Farnsworth

.3166
Mr. Getz.

3493, 3537, 468) Mr. Robinson......

8035, 3037,
Mr. Garfield

..3108
Mr. Gravely

..9494 8040, 3041, 3069, 3070, 3110,

Mr. Harding......

....3166

Mr. Griswold .....3401, 3118, 3-181, 3198 3111, 3114, 8115, 3137, 3188 Dir. Maynard..

....3105
Mr. IIarding

..3172, 3400, 3106, Mr. Ross......... ...2712, 2919, 2980

3166, 3108, 3170, 3171

3421, 3422, 3412, 3416, 3180, 3ta1 Mr. Sawyer...

.....3111
Mr. Mullins...

..3109, 3170

Mr. Higby .........3402, 3411, 3422, 3502
Mr. Schenck

.2420,
Mr. Niblack

.3168

Mr. Holman 2009, 2010, 2712, 2753, 2826,

Mr. Pile..........

.3165, 3166

3106, 3440, 3101, 3189, 3434, 3301, 2827, 2886, 2844, 2815, 2846, 2817,

Mr. Price........

...3170

3503, 3525, 3528, 3550, 3535, 3536 2848, 2849, 2850, 2851, 2852, 2853,

Mr. Pruyn

.3170

Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts.....3149, 2854, 2855, 2876, 2877, 2878, 2879,

Mr. Scbenck

....3165,

8157, 3461, 3480, 3528, 3537 2880, 2881, 2882, 2888, 2881, 2885,

3166, 3168, 3169, 3170, 3171 Mr. Hubbard, of West Va....3502, 3525 2886, 2887, 2888, 2889, 2890, 2891,

Mr. Scofield...

...3166, 3170 2892, 2893, 2894, 2910, 2011, 2912,

Mr. Ingersoll...........5171, 3377, 3380, Mr. Shanks ......... 3165, 3109, 3170, 3171 2913, 2914, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2920,

8381, 3398, 3401, 3403, 3405, 3406, Mr. Trowbridge...

....3165 2921, 2944, 2948, 2950, 2951, 2952,

3109, 3110, 3414, 3415, 3117, 3418, Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...3166, 3171 2963, 2954, 2955, 2956, 2957, 2977,

3119, 3421, 3422, 3442, 3443, 5145, Mr. Washburn, of Indiana.... ....3169 2978, 2979, 2980, 2981, 2982, 2983,

3116, 3147, 3418, 3449, 8458, 3459, yeas and nays on the ...... 3105, 3166, 3171 2981, 2985, 2986, 2987, 2988, 2989,

8460, 3486, 3487, 3488, 3492, 3193, bill (H. R. No. 1284) imposing taxes on 2990, 2991, 2992, 2993, 2994, 2995, distilled spirits and tobacco-[By Mr.

3530, 3533, 3531, 3536, 3537, 3538

Mr. Jenckes...
3035, 3036, 3037, 3038, 3039, 3040,
Schenck.]

Mr. Johnson
8011, 3042, 3043, 3014, 3045, 3016, reported, 3337; business limited to, 3171,

.3337 3048, 8049, 3050, 3064, 8065, 3060,

Mr. Jones, of Kentucky, 3377; discussed, 3378, 3397, 3103, 3411,

Mr. Judd 3067, 3068, 3069, 3070, 3071, 3072,

8413, 8417, 3411, 3144, 5454, 3156, 3478, 3073, 3106, 3107, 3108, 3109, 3110,

3159, 3160, 8179, 3450, 5498, 3537
3481, 3485, 3488, 3190, 3525, 3535 ;
3111, 3112, 3113, 3114, 3116, 3133,

Mr. Kelley......
passed, 3538; passed Senate with
3134, 3135, 3136, 3137, 3138, 3139, Amendments, 8891; referred, 3891;

3400, 3487, 3488, 3320, 3533, 3534

Mr. Kerr.
3140, 3141, 3142, 3143, 3144, 3145 reported, 3981; conference, 3981, 3999,
Mr. Scofield.....

Mr. Knott.
.3039, 3010, 3072
Mr. Selge.........
4002; conference report, 4088; agreed

Mr. Koontz
2852, 2853, 3136
Mr. Shellabarger
to by Senate, 4088; discussed, 4088;

3444, 3451, 3490, 3191, 4089 2879

agreed to by House, 4090; enrolled, Mr. Logan.....

.2990,
2995, 3036, 3039, 3040, 3042, 3018,

4225; approved, 4334, 4381.
In Senate : received from House, 3540;

3101, 3407, 3408, 3409, 3110, 3411, 3067, 3068, 3106, 3107, 3113, 3140

3418, 3419, 3420, 3121, 8422, 3442 Mr. Starkweather........2985, 2986, 8140 referred, 3540; reported, 3708; dis

3146, 3419, 3450, 151, 3454, 3456, Mr. Stevens, of New Hampshire...2955,

cussed, 3738, 3749, 3771, 3818, 3831,
8860 ; passed with amendments, 3869;

3457, 3458, 3461, 3178, 3180, 3481, 2990, 3044, 3015, 3072,

3486, 3494, 3497, 198, 3532, 3533
vote, 3901; conference, 3966, 3984;
8073, 3110,3134, 3137, 3141

Mr. Lynch....
Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania........ 2880
conference report, 4079; concurred in

Mr. Maynard.
Mr. Stewart.......

by Senate, 4080 ; by House, 4199 ;
2985, enrolled, 4210.

3411, 3444, 3418, 3486, 3490, 3191, 2986, 2987, 3043, 3114, 3139

3492, 3500, 3502, 3527, 3536, 3537 remarks byMr. Trowbridge

Mr. McCormick. .2891,

Mr. Adams 3050, 3064, 3073, 3114

.3337

Mr. Miller..
Mr. Trimble, of Kentacky..... ......3042,

Mr. Allison, 3171, 3398,3399,3405,3407,
3136, 3141, 3143, 3144
3408, 3409, 3410, 3411, 3413, 3414,

Mr. Mullins.
Mr. Twichell.

3418, 3419, 3118, 3415, 3448, 3452,

...3140
Mr. Upson.......

3453, 3450, 3457, 3458, 3479, 3480,
.2845,
2853, 2918, 2993, 3039, 8139
3483, 3487, 3488, 3492. 3494, 3496,

Mr. Mungen....
3600, 3526, 3527, 3528, 8537, 3588

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Mr. Spalding.

... 3108 .3337, 3407,

...3120, 3416 ...3101, 3402

.... 6106, 3420,

3422, 3443, 3444, 3148, 3450, 3452, 3185, 3488, 349, 3197 8877, 3411, 3422, 3446, 8446

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CCOXXI Revenue, bill (H. R. No. 1284)Continued. Revenue, bill (H. R. No. 1349)-Continued. Revenue stamps, resolution instructing Comremarks byremarks by

mittee on the Judiciary to inquire into the Mr. Myers .3380, 8443, Mr. Maynard ......

4009, 4010 propriety of so amending the act of 3494, 8496, 3497, 3499, 3500, 1 Mr. McCarthy......

as to authorize the payee in alt bills, &c., 3501, 3502, 3503, 8525, 3526

Mr. Miller......

4013 to affix and cancel the, in all cases where Mr. O'Neill......3444, 3460, 3484, 8485, Mr. Moorhead

3658, 3887, the maker thereof has failed to do so3487, 3495, 3499, 8527, 3533, 4089

4008, 4009, 4010, 4011, 4013, 4216 (By Mr. Hawkins, January 22, 1868.] Mr. Orth

.3404
Mr. Mullins..

.4013

agreed to, 694. Mr. Paine..ver. ..... 3402, 3403, 8404,

Mr. O'Neill......

4010

joint resolution (H. R. No. 820) in relation 8421, 8441, 3442, 8453, 3479, 3489 Mr. Pike.........

.4013, 4014 Mr. Peters........3533, 3534, 3587, 4089

to affixing, to written instruments-[By Mr. Sebenck........

Mr. Benton.]
Mr. Phelps ........

..... 3495

joint resolution (H. R. No. 329) to amend referred, 3616. Mr. Pike .........8503, 8525, 3531, 3532 the fourteenth section of the act ap Revisal and Unfinished Business, the CommitMr. Pile ......... 3402, 3409, 3419, 8487, proved July 28, 1866, entitled “ An act tee on.......

4495 3494, 8497, 3498, 9499, 8631, 3538

to protect the''-[By Mr. Schenck.] Mr. Poland .... ... ...bvände.

instructions to......

... 232 reported and passed, 8928 ; passéd Sen. Mr. Pomeroy .................

reports from.......

.... 1448, 2073, 3327 ate, 4133 ; enrolled, 4173; approved, Revisal of the laws, report of the Committee on ***8529, 8680, 3634, 3635, 3537

4422.
Mr. Price.......
.8172,

the Rules for establishing a Committee on.
In Senate; received from House, 3904;
3408, 3412, 8451, 8453, 3458, 8461,
referred, 8916; reported and passed, Revision of the Laws of the United States, the

adopted, 4495. 3462, 3478, 3479, 8489, 8492, 3493,

4095; enrolled, 4151.
8494, 3525, 3526, 3528, 3529, 3531

Committee on
Mr. Pruyn
bill (H. R. No. 1452) to repeal section one

........105, 4495 -...3377,

instructions to

91 bundred and thirty-six of the act of 8899, 3417, 3418, 3419, 8420, June 30, 1864, entitled "An act to pro: Revolutionary and War of 1812 Pensions, the

reports from........ 3421, 3487, 3529, 3530, 3534

....... 2310, 2324 Mr. Raum.

vide ways and means for the support of
..3421,

Committee on.
8422, 8479, 3482, 3488, 3537
the Government” -(By Mr. Cullom.]

reports from...

592, 809, 1160, 1297, 2874 Mr. Robinson... .3377, 3410, 3415,

referred, 4431; reported and passed, 4469,
In Senate: received from House, 4460;

adverse reports from .....

.....312, 3103 3417, 3422, 3451, 3488, 3493, 3494,

discharged from subjects.............

3890, 4469 3496, 3500, 3502, 8528, 8686, 3537

referred, 4450. Mr. Schenck......

Reynolds, Abigail, bill (H. R. No. 493) grants .3171, 3172,

bill (H. R. No. 1455) to correct an error
3337, 3377, 3378, 3379, 8380, 3381,
in the enrollment of the act imposing

ing a pension to-[By Mr. Upson.]

referred, 637. 3397, 8398, 3400, 3401, 8402, 8403,

Rice, Cornelius L., bill (H. R. No. 675) grant3406, 3407, 3408, 3409, 3410, 3411,

[By Mr. Schenck
3412, 3413, 8414, 3417, 3419, 3420,
reported and passed, 4770 ; passed Sen-

ing a pension to the widow and child of

[By Mr. Van Aernam.]
3421, 3422, 3441, 3442, 3443, 3444,

ate, 4496; enrolled, 4496.
3445, 3446, 3448, 3450, 3451, 3452,
In Senate : received from House, 4451;

reported and passed, 1043 ; passed Senate

with amendments, 8840 disagreed to, 8456, 3467, 8458, 8459, 3460, 8461,

referred, 4453 ; reported and passed,
4362, 3478, 3479, 3480, 8482, 8483,
4467; enrolled, 4501.

3694; conference, 3694, 3732; conference
3484, 8485, 3487, 3488, 3489, 3490,
resolution in reference to the non-appoint.

report, 3937; agreed to by Senate, 3928;

by House, 3937 ; enrolled, 4002 ; ap3491, 3492, 3493, 3494, 3495, 3496,

ment of supervisors of the internal-
8499, 3500, 3501, 8502, 3503, 8525,
[By Mr. Schenck, September 21, 1861.]

proved, 4255.

In Senate : received from House, 1038; re3527, 3529, 8638, 3634, 3585, 8536,

objected to, 4520
3537, 3538, 3981, 4088, 4089, 4090 | Revenue inspectors, resolution calling for in-

ferred, 1068; reported, 1515 ; passed with
Mr. Shellabarger, 8409, 3410, 3488, 8490
-...formation in regard to the number, &c.,

amendments, 3321 ; conference, 3688 ;

conference report, 3857 ; concurred in by .3171, 3377, 3537 of, and special Treasury agents now in the Mr. Stevens, of New Hampshire...3402,

Senate, 3857; by House, 3954; enrolled, employ of the Government-[By Mr. In:

3958.
8405, 3501 gersoll, January 9, 1868.]
Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, 3406, 8487

Richardson, Elizabeth, bill (H. R. No. 1248)
read, 430; objected to, 694.
3381, 3414,

granting a pension to-[By Mr. Van Aer-
2420, 3488, 3491, 8492, 3493, 3502
Revenue law, resolution for printing the in-

nam.]
Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky.....3411, 3415
ternal-[By Mr. Laflin, July 18, 1868.]

reported and passed, 3104 ; passed Senate,
Mr. Upson........3494, 3625, 8587, 4089
reported and agreed to, 4213.

4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. resolution instructing Committee of Ways

In Senate : received from House and re.3381, 3397 and Means to inquire into the expedi

ferred, 3119; reported, 3954 ; passed,
..3337
Mr. Washburne, of Illinois ir.........3172,

ency of so amending the internal, as to
provide for the distribution of Govern-

4368; enrolled, 4443.
Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts, 3526,

3479, 8535
ment stamps through the post office or

Richardson, Major General I. B., bill (S. No. otherwise-[By Mr. Baker, February

302) for the relief of the heirs of the late,
Mr. Wilson; of lowa......
8532

deceased.
11, 1868.]
3419,

received from Senate, 1134; referred, 1184 ;
3456, 8468, 8479, 8492, 8500, 3534
agreed to, 1116.

reported and passed, 1503 ; enrolled, 1535. Révenue laws, bill (H. R. No. 535) to pro... 43404, 3405

bill (H. R. No. 1837) granting an increase hibit assessors and collectors of United ni. vi... 3493

of pension to Frances T. Richardson, bill (8. No. 442) to amend section one of an

...8538
States revenue and their deputies from

widow of the late-[By Mr. Trow. being interested directly or indirectly in

bridge. )
act to prevent and punish frauds upon

any forfeiture for a violation of the-(By
the, approved Mareh 3. 1868.
Mr. Miller.]

referred, 3688; reported and passed, 3898;

passed Senate, 4296; enrolled, 4302 ; referred, 778. 3476 ; reported and passed, 4469 ; en

approved, 4422. bill (H. R. No.571) to prevent compromises

In Senate : received from House, 8902; of offenses against the, and making such

referred, 8916; reported, 4146 ; called compromises felonious—[By Mr. Co

up, 4251 ; discussed, 4269; passed, 4270; burn. ]

enrolled, 4275:
approved

referred, 780.
bill (H. R. No: 965) to amend the—[By Richmond, Isaac I., resolution in relation to

the claim of (By Mr. Baker, July 7,
Mr. Cullom.]

1868.]
referred, 2072.
bill (H. R. No. 1060) to reduce into one act

agreed to, 3786.
ize exports and imports(By Mr. Moor-

and to amend the laws relating to inter: Right of way-see Railroad; Public Lands.
nal taxes-[By Mr. Schenck.]

Rights of American citizens-see Citizens.
reported and recommitted, 2420; reported, Riparian owners, bill (H. R. No. 1012) defining
2609; notice, 2712; discussed, 2753,

the rights of, of land acquired by pur

chase from the United States on the Men-
2817, 2836, 2849, 2876, 2886, 2910, 2943,
2948, 2977, 2987, 3035, 3042, 3064, 3067,

omonee river, in the States of Michigan
... 4008

and Wisconsin--[-By Mr. Sawyer.]
3069, 3105, 3107, 3133, 3144; commit-
4013, 4014, 4216 tee instructed to report bill on spirits

referred, 2304.
.4008, 4009, 4010 and tobaeco, 3165; laid aside, 3887. bill (H. R. No. 1161) to authorize front pro-

.4011 resolution for printing extra copies of the prietors on the Menomonge river, in
..4008

bill to reduce into one act and to amend Michigan and Wisconsin, as, to have
... 4013

the laws relating to internal tax-[By surveyed and to enter the fast lands in
... 4009, 4010 Mr. Lakin, May 12, 1888. ]

said river- [By Mr. Driegs.]
bv..... ..4013
reported and agreed to, 2429.

referred, 2878.
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Mr. Eldridge .............
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Rivers and harbors, bill (IL. R. No. 1046) mak. ting appropriations for the repair, preser.

vation, and completion of certain public

works--[By Mr. Eliot.] referred, 2206 ; reported, 2611 ; notice, 2957,

3171; discussed, 3202; postponed, 3271; discussed, 3556, 3563, 3590, 3595, 3596,

3597, 3614 ; passed, 3615. In Senate : received from House, 3630; re

ferred, 3632; amendment, 3767. remarks byMr. Allison.....

..2611, 3171, 3203, 3204, 2205, 3208, 3562 Mr. Arnell....

...3597 Mr. Ashley, of Ohio

.3210 Mr. Axtell...

.3596 Mr. Bailey.

.3558, 3562 Mr. Baker..

2611, 3565, 3566 Mr. Baldwin

3563 Mr. Banks

3207 Mr. Barnes

.8561 Mr. Benjamin........

.3593 Mr. Bingham...

.3202 Mr. Blaine.... .3171, 8203, 3558, 3593 Mr. Blair.............

..3211 Mr. Bromwell........

.3593 Mr. Buckland ...

.3210 Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts..... .3207 Mr. Cake..

...3563 Mr. Cary

....3595, 3596 Mr. Cobb.......

...................3204 Mr. Cornell...

...............................8596 Mr. Cullom..

3203 Mr. Dawes........

.3171 Mr. Delano ......3205, 3206, 3211, 3212,

3556, 3557, 3560, 3562, 8303, 3564 Mr. Driggs...

............3208, 3211, 3560 Mr. Eggleston..

.....3209, 3210, 3271, 3557, 3558, 3559,

3562, 3565, 3593, 3595, 3616 Mr. Eldridge........ .3206, 3207, 3208 Mr. Eliot ......

.2406, 2011, 2957, 3171, 3202, 3203, 3205, 3207, 3208, 3209, 3210, 3211, 3271, 3557, 3559, 3563, 3564, 3565, 3566,

3591, 3592, 3593, 359G, 3597, 3615 Mr. Farnsworth

.3202, 3204, 3205, 3208, 3210, 3593, 3597 Mr. Ferry, 3209, 3557, 3559, 3560, 3614 Mr. Garfield...

.3202, 3593 Mr. Griswold......

..3565 Mr. Grover.................

8594, 3595 Mr. Hinds......

3592, 3596 Mr. Hopkins...

3204, 3205 Mr. Hotehkiss....

...3593 Mr. Humphrey.

.3559, 3563 Mr. Jenckes ........

.3208, 3211 Mr. Jadd.......

...3560, 3562 Mr. Kelsey....

....3203 Mr. Lynch.....

.8593, 3596 Mr. Maynard.

.2611, 2957, 3203, 3560, 3590, 3591 Mr. McCormick.... c.in.3596, 3597 Mr. McKee .......... ......3598, 3597 Mr. Miller....... .3205, 3596, 3597 Mr. Moorbead

......3592 Mr. Mullins......

3503, 3592 Mr. Niblack

.......................3592 Mr. Nicholson

.3211 Mr. Paine .........

3202, 3206, 3207, 3209, 3557, 3559, 3593, 3614 Mr. Phelps.....

.3208, 3562, 3593 Mr. Pile

3205, 3206, 3209, 3212, 3558, 3563, 3565 Mr. Pomeroy

...3565 Mr. Price..

3559, 8560, 3614

3211 Mr. Randall.

.3211, 3597, 8614 Mr. Robinson

.8569 26.1315Mr. Roots.............

.3593, 3697 -1864 Mr. Ross

..3593 Mr. Sawyer..

..8597 #EHMr. Schenck.

3202, 8211

3203, 3204, 3205, 3211 Mr. Shanks

...3596 07 Mr. Shellabarger

..8564 a Mr. Spalding...... ....3202, 3203;

3208, 3210, 3271, 3560, 3593,

3594, 3595, 3597, 3614, 3615 Mr. Stevens, of New Hampshire... 3564 Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, 3614,3615

Rivers and harbors, bill (H. R. No. 1046) ||Robinson, William E., a Representative from
Continued.

1699

New York-Continued.
remarks by
1.156. BBC

joint resolutions introduced by
Mr. Stokes

........... 3591 No. 269--proposing an amendment to the Mr. Upson................

... 3210, 3211 DE Constitution of the United States ... 2526 Mr. Van Aernam..... .............3564 - No. 301--relative to the claim of Samuel * Mr. Van Horn, of New York, 2611,3565 P. Todd, deceased...................3363 Mr. Van Trump.......

resolutions submitted byMr. Washburne, of Illinois............ 2611, instructing Committee on Foreign Affairs

3203, 3204, 3206, 3207, 3208, to inquire into the conduct of William 3210, 3211, 3557, 3559, 3564, 3565, B. West, American consul at Dublin,

3593, 3595, 3596, 3597, 3614, 3615 regarding American prisoners in that Mr. Washburn, of Indiana............ 3596 city--(December 2, 1867)..................3 Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts...3207 requesting the President to take inmeMr. Washburn, of Wisconsin, 3204, 8206 diate action on the cases of William J. Mr. Welker.........

.3210, 3565 Nagle and John Warren, now in British Mr. Woodward............3204, 3206, 3208 prisons-[December 20, 1867)........317 yeas and nays on the...

...3563, in relation to the rights of adopted citi3564, 3596, 3597, 3614. 3615 zens-[February 3, 1868)...........945 joint resolution (H. R. No. 323) in relation rescinding the resolution of impeachment

to the surveys and examinations of against Andrew Johnson, President of [By Mr. Sawyer.]

the United States, passed February 24, read and passed, 3758; enrolled, 4435; 1868—[April 8, 1868)................2287 approved, 4498

for expunging the impeachment resolaIn Senate : received from House, 3748; tion adopted by the House February referred, 3748; reported, 5983; passed,

24, 1868-[May 7, 1868) .........2379 4399; enrolled, 4143.

in relation to General Orders Nos. 15 and Roads and Canals, the Committee on.

17--[May 18, 1868).....................2532 instructions to ...................

154, 2331

in reference to imprisonment of Messrs. reports from.....

984, 1470, 1471,

Warren and Costello, convicted and 1473, 1791, 2977, 3658, 4051, 4090

sentenced in Great Britain—(June 15,

1473 adverse reports from...

.8175

1868)............ discharged from subjects.............. ....1473 motions made by....37, 673, 944, 2532, 3212

incidental remarks by....... 12, 13, 37, Road, bill (H. R. No. 758) to reopen the mili. tary, over the Cour d'Alene mountains,

475, 714, 936, 987, 944, 1116, 2335, [By Mr. Flanders.)

2364, 2407, 2411, 2480, 2527, 2528, referred, 1217; reported adversely, 3943.

2529, 3105, 3175, 3331, 3485, 3588 joint resolution (H. R. No. 223) concerning

remarks on the resolution directing an incertain lands granted to the States of

quiry into the conduet of William B. Michigan and Wisconsin for a military,

West, American consul at Dublin, 3, 4, 6

..3,

on the order of business....
to Lake Superior-[By Mr. Driggs.]
referred, 1631.

315, 505, 2318, 2533, 2585, 3345, 3346 bill (S. No. 331) to extend the time for com.

on the bill to exempt cotton from interual tax.........

.85 pleting a military, in the State of Wisconsin,

on the resolution for the impeachment of received from Senate, 1906; referred,

the President, reported from the Judi2029; reported, 2829; passed, 2830 ;

ciary Committee....... enrolled, '2876.

on the President's message.................95 bill (H. R. No. 1134) to construct a, to the

on a change of reference of certain pa

229, 230

pers ......
pational cemetery of West Tennessee-
[By Mr. Nunn.]

on the joint resolution relating to Amerireferred, 2750.

can citizens imprisoned in Ireland...420 bill (S. No. 16) donating a portion of the

on the supplementary

reconstruction bill

(H. R. No. 439).. Fort Leavenworth military reserve for

.............477, 514 the exclusive use of a public.

on the bill defining a quorum of the Su. received from Senate, 3974; passed, 4492;

preme Court ........ enrolled, 4496.

personal and explanatory...

on the resolution concerning one of the Roberts, Thomas F., joint resolution (H. R. justices of the Supreme Court........865

No. 195) for the relief of, late first ser on the communication in regard to special geant of company D, fifth Pennsylvania agents in the Treasury Department...944 cavalry-[By Mr. Boyer.]

on the resolution in reference to Stephen J. referred, 1082.

Meany ..............945,946, 947, 948, 949 Robertson, William H., a Representative from

on the legislative appropriation bill...1182 New York....

on the bill relating to the rights of Ameripetitions presented by..

can citizens abroad. ................1160 552, 589, 649, 1202, 1308, 1400, 1515, on the consular and diplomatic appropria:

1644, 2113, 2236, 2290, 2827, 2895, 3073 tion bill..............1222, 1223, 1224 bill introduced by

on the bill for surrender of criminals, 1273 No. 1417-to release the sureties on the

on questions relating to impeachment,2287, official bond of Otis A. Whitehead, an

2819, 2320, 2364, 2365, 2379 additional paymaster in the Army of

on the Alta Vela resolution,2848,2844,2347 the United States, for moneys lost after

on the Donnelly and Washburne controhis death.....

.... 4000

versy........ motions made by

on the joint resolution for the protection incidental remarks by..

....316

of fishing vessels.... remarks on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060),

on the bill to admit Arkánsas to repre2977

sentation in Congress... 2392, 2399, 3331 leave of absence granted to.................3782

on the bill to relieve certain citizens of Robinson, William E., a Representative from

North Carolina from political disabil: New York.......

ities..........................2418, 2414, 2415

.2 petitions presented by..........195, 241, 1117,

on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c.; 1806, 2332, 2387, 2471, 3503, 3539, 3598

2445, 2453, 2455, 2456, 2465, 3094, 3484 bills introduced by

on the bill for the relief of William Mc.

Garrahan.........
No. 432-for the relief of James Keenan, on the resolution concerning a letter to

475

Senator Henderson .......
No. 615—to establish a nuiform rule of
Daturalization...

on the impeachment trial--alleged corrupt

...934 No. 751--for the erection of buildings in

i practices.... the city of Brooklynomisinga1217

6. pn the resolution asking Senate for a copy <10of impeachment proceedings, 2001,

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Robinson, William E., a Representative from Rose, Chauncey D., bill (H. R. No. 1892) | Ross, Lewis W., a Representative from Illi: New York-Continued.

granting a pension to, father of Alvin G. nois-Continued. remarks on Indian appropriation bill, 2533 Rose, late a sergeant veteran of company remarks on the resolution in reference to on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a A, second regiment of Ohio cavalry vol. one of the justices of the Supreme recusant witness.........8586, 2537, 3069 unteers, who was killed in action at Five

Court.............

....865 on tax bill (H. R. No. 1060).....3085, 8037, Forks, Virginia, April 1, 1865-[By Mr. on the Military Academy appropriation 8040, 3041, 3069, 3070, 8110, Miller.]

bill. .....

..995 3111, 3114, 8115, 8137, 3138 reported and passed, 3891; passed Senate, on the Army appropriation bill........ 1019 on the bill relative to contested elections 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4497. on the legislative appropriation bill...1024, in Washington city.............. .....3172 In Senate: received from House and re

3697, 8699, 3701 on the bill to regulate immigrant ships, ferred, 8917; reported, 4197 ; passed, 4368; on the bill granting a pension to Elizabeth

3273
enrolled, 4443.

Butler........

....1041 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284).....3377, || Rosecranz, Peter, bill (H. R. No. 1320) for on the resolution reported for the impeach

3410, 3415, 3417, 3422, 3451, 3488, 3493, the relief of L. Merchant & Co. and-[By ment of the President..... ......1358, 8494, 3496, 3500, 3502, 3528, 3536, 3537 Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts. ]

1360, 1399, 1401, 1402 during a call of the House.. .....3416

reported, 8554; discussed, 3942; passed, on the naval appropriation bill........1423, on the river and harbor bill.. ......3563 3943; passed Senate, 4175; enrolled, 4182;

2335, 2337 leave of absence granted to... 1336, 2542, 3589 approved, 4422.

on the Indian appropriation bill.......1453 Robinson, Benetta, bill (H. R. No. 1019) for In Senate: received from House, 3956 ; re. on the articles of inpeachment...... 1546, the relief of-[By Mr. Anderson.] ferred, 3982; reported, 4093; enrolled,

1619, 1607, (not published.) referred, 2307. 4161.

on the bill for the adınission of Alabama, Rock, James, bill (H. R. No. 1070) for the Ross, Lewis W., a Representative from Illi.

1820, 1938 relief of, of Saginaw, in the State of Mich nois........

.2 on questions relating to impeachment, igao--[By Mr. Ward.]

petitions presented by........
........... 4264

1905, 1906, 2175, 2232
reported, 2460; passed, 2461.
resolutions submitted by-

on the civil appropriation bill..........2003, In Senate: received from House and re instructing Committee on Military Affairs

2004, 2006, 2027 ferred, 2488.

to inquire into the expediency of reduc on Connecticut avenue railway bill, 2163 Rockwell, A. P., joint resolution (H. R. No. ing the Army to a peace establishment on the motion to print Manager Butler's 158) for the relief of-[By Mr. Garfield.] [December 12, 1867)........ .......... 155

argument on the impeachment trial, reported, 590; recommitted, 591. inquiring what number of commissioned

2228, 2232 remarks by

Officers are employed in the various on the Alta Vela resolution ......2342, 2344 Mr. Garfield.....

.590, 591

governmental Departments, with their on the Donnelly and Washburne controMr. Paine ... names, rank, and pay--(December 19,

versy.....

...2301 ....590

1867)...... Mr. Spalding......

......286 on the bill for the relief of E. Shead, 2459 ..590 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.....590, 591

calling for a statement of expenses in on bill for relief of E. B. Allen, 2500, 2501 Rodden, Joseph B., bill (H. R. No. 1169)

curred by the Government in printing on the bill for the relief of John Neu

and furnishing currency to the national staedter.......... .......2501, 2502 granting a pension to-[By Mr. Perham.)

bauks for their circulation--[January on the impeachment trial--alleged corrupt reported and passed, 2907; passed Senate, 14, 1868] .......

.....506
practices ...

.......... 2508, 2504
4394 ; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498.
In Senate : received from House, 2925; re-

instructing Secretary of the Treasury to on the resolution asking Senate for a copy ferred, 2935; reported, 3814; passed, 4363;

saspend any further issue of ten-forty of the impeachment proceedings... 2530

United States bonds until further con on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a enrolled, 4442. gressional action shall be had thereon

recusant witness........

..2587 Rogers, Jane E., bill (H. R. No. 1224) grant January 22, 1868).......... ...694 on the Indian appropriation bill...... 2042, ing a pension to-[By Mr. Burr.] in relation to governmental policy

2643, 2710, 2711 reported and passed, 3101; passed Senate, [March 16, 1868).................. . 1901 during call of the House .........2644, 2645

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

directing compensation to be paid to Wil on the bill authorizing the sale of the Fort
liam Henry Hall, jr., an assistant in the

Leavenworth reservation...... 2680, 2681 ferred, 3119; reported, 3900 ; passed, 4364; east cloak-room-[July 25, 1868), 4494 on the tax bill (H. R, No. 1060)..... 2712, enrolled, 4443. motions made by.... 282, 264, 666, 673, 785,

2019, 2980 Rogers, Sarah J., bill (H. R. No. 1221) grant

1906, 2006, 2330, 2409, 2570, 2813, 8928 on the bill granting a pension to Christo. ing a pension to-[By Mr. Burr.)

incidental remarks by.........12, 55, 97, 105, pher M. Cornmesser....... .... ... 2910 reported and passed, 3101 ; passed Senate,

155, 156, 260, 310, 332, 475, 573, 591, on the bill for the relief of the Navajo 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. 784, 1042, 1046, 1401, 1424, 1426, 1859,

Indians

..................... 2972 In Senate; received from House and re.

1869, 1901, 1907, 2071, 2082, 208, 2108, on the bill to increase registers' and referred, 3119; reported, 3867; passed, 4364;

2226, 2499, 2502, 2: 27, 2542, 2543, 2680, ceivers' compensation......... 2972, 2973 enrolled, 4443.

2910, 3885, 3886, 4090, 4295, 4376, 4378, on the New Orleans and Mobile railroad Rolling mill, bill (H. R. No. 1352) to aid the 4379, 4472, 4477, 4493, 4494, 4496, 4499 bill .....

...... 2975 building of a, and nail factory in the city

remarks on the resolution relating to the on the river and harbor bill........ ...3593 of Washington, to be named the Washing

rights of American citizens abroad.....6 on the funding bill..............., 4133, 4175, ton Iron Works--[By Mr. Lawrence, of on the order of business... 154, 280,

4176, 4177, 4178, 4182, 4184, 4193, 815, 2006, 2225, 2239, 2535, 3707

4224, 4225, 4301, 4308, 4311, 4497 referred, 3722.

on the resolution for the impeachment of on the remission of penalties........ ... 4217 Rook, Jane, bill (H. R. No. 1418) granting a

the President, reported from the Judi. on the bill to improve the Mississippi pension to-By Mr. Perbam.] ciary Committee....

river

4257 reported and passed, 3899 ; passed Senate,

on the President's message.. ............ 71, on the ocean steamers bill........ ..4391 4395; enrolled, 4485; approved, 4498.

72, 73, 75, 76, 77 on the bill relating to appeals and writs of In Senate: received from House and reon the joint resolution concerning Mich

error......

..4481 - ferred, 3917; reported, 4197; passed, 4370;

igan and Wisconsin land grants......106 on the bill providing for the pay of temenrolled, 4443. on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 320), 288, 689

porary clerks...

......4478 Rooney, James, bill (H. R. No. 1250) grant

on the bill relating to land grants to south on the bill to regulate the duty on copper ing a pension to-[By Mr. Van Aernam.] ern railroads.., .... 311, 784, 979 ores...............

....... 4499 reported and passed, 3105; passed Senate,

on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 313), 315, 316 Rowden, Abednego B., bill (H. R. No. 1319) 4395 ; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498.

on the resolution to allow a clerk to two for the relief of, late second lieutenant In Senate : received from House and re

committees.........

312, 313 eleventh Tennessee cavalry-[By Mr. ferred, 3120 ; reported, 3954 ; passed, 4866;

on the joint resolution to provide for the Washburn, of Massachusetts.]

examination of distillery meters...... 426 reported, 3553; recommitted, 3554. Roots, Logan H., a Representative from

on the joint resolution to provide for the Rudd, Emmeline H., bill (H. R. No. 1431)

examination of distillery meters.....426 granting a pension to—[By Mr. Miller. 3396, 3440

on the supplementary reconstruction bill reported and passed, 4062, 4063 ; passed No. 1424-to amend an act entitled “An

(H. R, No. 489) ........... ....476, Senate, 4396 ; enrolled, 4435; approved,

4497. act making grants of lands in alternate

543, 550, 584, 602, 603, 604 sections to aid in the construction and

on the bill defining a quorum of the Su. In Senate: received from House, 4071; re. extension of the Iron Mountain Rail.

preme Court................... 477, 478, 488 ferred, 4075; passed, 4362; enrolled, 4443. road Company from Pilot Knob, in the

on tbe bill in relation to islands in the Rule, resolution directing that after the report State of Missouri, to Helena, in the

Great Miami river......... ..........509 of a tax bill no other business shall be in on the censure of Hon. Fernando Wood, order but the consideration of the bill so

542 reported except reports from the Commits .8888

personal and explanatory...........605, 606 tee on Enrolled Bills-(By Mr. Schenck,

on the bill to incorporate the Washington June 16, 1868.) 3697

Target-Shooting Association........ 830 agreed to, 8171...

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enrolled, 4443.

Arkansas.....
bill introduced by—

State of Arkansas .................... 4000
incidental remarks by
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Rule-Continued.

Safety-valves, resolution in reference to the Sawyer, Philetus, a Representative from Wisresolution for taking a vote on Senate bill law requiring the use of lock-up-[By Mr. consin-Continued. No. 634 after twenty minutes' debate on Sawyer, July 6, 1868.]

bills introdnced by each side without any dilatory motions agreed to, 3758.

No. 593-to amend an act entitled "An whatever---[By Mr. Schenck, June 15, Saint Ores, Albert, bill (H. R. No. 1108) to act to authorize the construction of cer. • 1868.]

reimburse, of Guallala, in the State of tain bridges, and to establish them as adopted, 3171. California, for certain expenditures in the

post roads!

..844 Rules, the Committee on,

recruiting service in the year 1862-[By No.884-for the relief of Mary Ann Wade, - instructions to ......... 153, 806, 3616 Mr. Paine.]

1759 l reports from ........ 232, 4495 referred, 2542.

No. 960-granting lands to the State of resolution to provide by amendment of the, Saint Pauls, resolution instructing the Com

Wisconsin to aid in the construction of for leave to print bills before they are mittee on Foreign Affairs to inquire in a breakwater and harbor and ship-canal reported on by the committees of the relation to the reported efforts that are at the head of Sturgeon bay, in said House--[By Mr. Eliot, December 9, being made by a private company to pro

State..........

........ 2070 1867.]

cure the transfer of the island of, in the No. 1012-defining the rights of riparian read, 91; rejected, 92.

territory lately ceded by Russia--(By Mr. owners of land acquired by purebase bill (H. R. No. 66) to amend the act of April Washburne, of Illinois, April 18, 1868.]

from the United States on the Menomo10, 1806, to establish, and articles for agreed to, 2291.

nee river, in the States of Michigan and the government of the armies of the St. Vrain, Vincent, bill (H. R. No. 888) for Wisconsin ....

........ 2304 United States-[By Mr. Dodge.] the relief of-By Mr. Clever.)

No. 1136-to authorize front proprietors reported adversely, 132. referred, 1759.

on the Menomonee river, in Michigan bill (H. R. No. 171) to amend an act passed | Salaries, bill (H. R. No. 711) relating to the, and Wisconsin, to have a survey and

April 10, 1806, for establishing, and of certain clerks in the Patent Office[By enter the fast lands in said river.....2750 articles for the government of the armies Mr. Peters. ]

joint resolution introduced byof the United States-[By Mr. Dodge.] referred, 1083,

No. 323-in relation to the surveys and reported adversely and tabled, 132.

bill (H. R. No. 838) to fix the, of certain examinations of riversand harbors, 3758 bill (H. R. No. 278) to amend the act of territorial officer's-[By Mr. Burleigh.] resolutions submitted byApril 10, 1806, for establishing, and referred, 1512.

that there be paid to Samuel E. Smith articles for the government of the armies | Salary--see Compensation ; Pay.

$2,500, in full for time spent and exof the United States—[By Mr. Dodge.] || Salary, bill (H. R. No. 738) to fix the, of the penses incurred in prosecuting his claim reported and passed, 132.

collector of customs for the district of to a seat in this House-[February 25, In Senate: received from House and re Annapolis, in the State of Maryland

1868]

...1419 ferred, 128. [By Mr. Thomas.]

in reference to the law requiring the use resolution proposing an amendment of the, referred, 1217.

of lock-up safety valves- [July 6, 1868], with regard to dilatory motions--[By resolution authorizing the Doorkeeper of

3768 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, February the House of Representatives to appoint directing that the expenses incurred by the 25, 1868. a document file clerk and fixing his

committee in taking testimony in the adopted, 1424.

[By Mr. Broomall, February 28, 1868.] investigation ordered by resolution of resolution for the suspension of the, during reported and adopted, 1501.

July 6, 1868, into the purchase machin. the pendency of the impeachment of the resolution in reference to the, of the Assist

ery at the Philadelphia navy.yard be President, to proceed to the considera ant Librarian---[By Mr. Blaine, June paid out of the contingent fund-[July tion of any matter which may be reported 22, 1868.)

20, 1868)........

.4253 by the managers on the part of the agreed to, 3346.

reports made by

844, 3656 Honse of Representatives -[By Mr. Sales, bill (S. No. 79) to confirm certain, made motions made by........

1419, 1427 Butler, of Massachusetts, March 16, by the direct tax commissioners for South incidental remarks by...

...3758 1868.]

Carolina to persons in the Army, Navy, remarks on the resolution for the impeachadopted, 1905, or Marine corps.

ment of the President, reported from bill (H. R. No. 1378) establishing, and arti reported adversely, 24, 58.

the Judiciary Committee... .68 cles for the government of the armies | Salter, Felix A., bill (H. R. No. 663) for the

on the articles of impeachment......... 1642 of the United States-[By Mr. Garfield.] relief of-[By Mr. Kelley. ]

on the civil appropriation bill...........1999 reported and recommitted, 3853. referred, 935; reported, 2400.

on the tax bill" (H. R. No. 1060)......3111 bill (S. No. 529) establishing, and articles || Salyers, John W., bill (S. No. 341) granting a during call of the House. ...3416

for the government of the armies of the pension to, a soldier of the war of 1812. on the river and harbor bill...... .8597 United States.

received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869. Scales, bill (H. R. No. 270) to provide for the received from Senate, 3928; referred, || Sanders, Lewis, funeral expenses of, directed

sealing of, weights, and balances used by 4491.

to be paid out of the contingent fund of resolution in relation to suspending the, dur

the House.......

national banks, navy-yards, and custom......4473

houses--[By Mr. Hooper, of Massachuing the remainder of the session-[By Savings Institution, bill (H. R. No. 686) to

setts.] Mr. Schenck, July 20, 1868.]

incorporate the Columbia - (By Mr. referred, 105. read, 4262, 4520.

Koontz.)

Schenck, Robert C., a Representative from Senate concurrent resolution for the suspen referred, 1083. sion of the sixteenth and seventeenth Sawyer, Ethan A., joint resolution (H. R. No.

...9,

petitions presented by ......... joint.

309) for the relief of, of Jefferson county, 78, 98, 195, 217, 342, 403, 452, 490, received from Senate, 4434 ; non-con Tennessee-[By Mr. Stokes.]

589, 719, 745, 845, 876, 998, 1117, curred in, 4472.

referred, 3177. resolution for printing the usual edition of Sawyer, George F., assistant engineer of the

1189, 1229, 1620, 2318, 2332, 2537, 2758, the Constitution, and Manual, together United States Navy, reference of the

2921, 3856, 4024, 4144, 4227, 4312, 4396

bills introduced bywith Barclay's Digest-[By Mr. Banks, papers in the case of, discussed........ 1092 No. 207--to provide for the exemption of July 25, 1868.] remarks by

cotton from internal tax ..................13 agreed to, 4485.

Mr. Ela..

1093 No. 213—to suspend the further reduction Rusling, Brevet Brigadier General James F.,

Mr. Garfield

.1093
of the currency.

53 resolution calling for the report of, in:

Mr. Niblack.

1093 No. 304--supplemental to and explana. spector in quartermaster's department, to

Mr. O'Neill....

1093

tory of certain acts of Congress relating the Quartermaster General for the year

Mr. Pruyn

1093
to officers of the Navy.........

..209 ending the 30th of June, 1867—[By Mr.

Mr. Randall..............

...1093 No. 369-to prevent frauds in the collec. Dawes, June 5, 1868. ]

Mr. Schenck

.666, 1092, 1093 tion of the tax on distilled spirits... 364 agreed to, 2872.

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois..........1093 No. 764—for the relief of certain export Russ, Horatio G., resolution directing that resolution calling for the record of the pro

ers of rum ...... there be paid out of the contingent fund ceedings of the court-martial convened No. 839—to fix and equalize the pay of of this House to the widow of, a sum equal on the 2d day of October, 1867, at the officers, and to establish the

рау

of ento his salary to the end of December, 1867, navy.yard at Portsmouth, New Hamp listed men of the Army ....... and also his proper funeral expenses --[By

shire, in the case of, second assistant No. 900-tó exempt certain manufactures Mr. Pérham, February 26, 1868.]

engineer of the United States Navy-

from internal tax...

...........1774 adopted, 1451.

[By Mr. Schenck, January 27, 1868.] No. 1060—to reduce into one aet and to Russian America-see Alaska.

objected to, 666; agreed to, 783.

amend the laws relating to internal Sawyer, Philetus, a Representative from Wis. taxes.....

.2420 S. cousin.........

.........2 No. 1126 for the relief of the heirs and Sabine, resolution in relation to the detention petitions presented by..... .935, 980, legal representatives of George Fisher, of the, at New London, Connecticut-[By

1418, 1681, 1759, 1775, 2075, 3767 deceased....
Mr. Starkweather, April 21, 1868. ]
billsintroduced by

No. 1284—imposing taxes on distilled objected to, 2307; adopted, 2818. No. 261-forthe relief of John Gestiger, 90 spirits and tobacco ......

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