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Smithsonian Institution, joint resolution (s. Spalding, Rufus P., a Representative from Spalding, Rufus P., a Representative from
R. No. 83) for the appointment of Regents Ohio-Continued.

Ohio---Continued.
of the.
bills introduced by

remarks on the bill amendatory of the home. received from Senate, 361; passed, 863 ; No. 1015_-lo amend an act entitled "An stead law ...........

.........538 enrolled, 388.rar

act for the punishment of certain crimes on the Dubuque and Sioux City railroad Regents of, appointed..

363

against the United States," approved He bill .................................510, 541 resolution for printing report of the-[By April 30, 1790, so as to extend the time on the supplementary reconstruction bill Mr. Laflin, June 5, 1868.]

within which certain offenses may be (H. R. No. 489)... .........541, 639 reported and adopted, 2872

prosecuted.........

.....2305

on the censure of Hon. Fernando Wood, $mythe, Henry A., resolution instructing Com No. 1441-granting a pension to Mary

542 mittee on Public Expenditures to inquire Randall Varian.......

..4252 on the bill for the relief of A. F. Rockinto the receipts of, collector of the port joint resolutions introduced by

well.................................590 of New York-[By Mr, Hulburd, Febru No. 179-giving twenty per cent. addi

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 320). 688 ary 20, 1868.]

tional compensation to the clerks and

on the resolution to withhold the Conagreed to, 1293.

other employés of the Executive De gressional Directory .................... 692 Snyder, Captain Samuel P., joint resolution

partments at Washington city receiving

on the naval appropriation bill............ 733 (H.R. No. 131) to pay--(By Mr. Eckley. ] salaries not under one thousand nor over

on the bill concerning the rights of Amerireferred, 286.

two thousand dollars per year in the

can citizens abroad............831, 2313 Soldiers-see Army.

aggregate..........

on the legislative appropriation bill, 1022, bill (H, R. No. 311) to pension the, of the No. 198—to authorize the Secretary of the

1048, 1090, 1091, 1110, 1113, 1133, war of 1812--[By Mr. Maynard.] Treasury to prescribe rules and regula

1135, 1139, 1252, 1254, 1255, 3694, referred, 213. tions for registration of certain vessels

3697, 3699, 3701, 3702, 3704, 3705, 3706 bill (H. R. No. 312) making provision for of western and northern lakes on pay

on drawing for seats............

...... 1043, 1044 officers and, not mustered into the ser.

ment of internal revenue tax........1083

on the consular and diplomatic approprio vice-[By Mr. Maynard. ] No. 250-imposing a duty on native petro

ation bill .........., 1201, 1223, 1224, 1228 referred, 213.

leum intended for export...............2228

on resolution concerning contracts of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Bounties, the select Com.

Post Office Department...........
No. 338-exonerating certain vessels of

.1295 mittee on....

3
the United States from the payment

on the Army appropriation bill, 1303, 1304 instructions to .............

153
of tonnage fees to consular agents in

on the bill for the relief of Horace Smith report from .......

.295
Canada....

..4003

and D. B. Wesson........ 1316, 1317 resolution continuing the special Committee resolutions submitted by

on the naval appropriation bill........1322, on-[By Mr. Washburn, of Indiana, December 2, 1867.] in reference to the execution of treaties

1323, 1324, 1327, 1328

on the resolution reported from the Com. adopted, 3,

with foreign nations—[December 12,
1867).........

mittee on Reconstruction for the im. resolution directing Committee on, to report

..153 the result of their investigations at the directing Committee on Accounts to report

peachment of the President...1339,1340 earliest possible day-[By Mr. Wilson,

the expense of the stenographic report

on the civil appropriation bill......... 1474,

1479, 1485, ing for committees of the House-[Jan.

1505, 1511, of Ohio, December 12, 1867.]

1512, 1999, 2000, 3842, 3845 agreed to, 158.

uary 8, 1868] ..........

...389

on the articles of impeachment ........1546 Soldiers' Home, resolution instructing Com

authorizing Committee on Reconstruction mittee on Military Affairs to inquire into

to inquire what combinations have been

on the Post Office appropriation bill

, the expediency of providing for the transmade or attempted to obstruct the due

1635, 1636, 1637 fer of the, at Washington to the National

execution of the laws, &c. -[January 27,

on the bill for the relief of the heirs of

General Duncan L. Clinch...1540, 1904 Asylum for Disabled Volunteers, and

1868].......

.......784 changing the name of the institution to

on the joint resolution relative to the Bos. for suppressing the publication of part of

ton post office.......... the House proceedings of May 2, 1868–

..........1770 "The National Soldiers' llome!' –[By

[May 4, 1868)........ Mr. Schenck, January 8, 1868.]

..2356

on the joint resolution providing for the adopted, 388. instructing the Committee of Ways and

maritime exhibition at Havre........1771 Means in reference to the tariff bill

on questions relating to impeachment, South America, resolution in relation to the [May 11, 1868]....

1868, 1869, 2021, 2175

2108 nations of, now at war-[By Mr. Chanler,

on the bill for the relief of W. W. Holden April 9, 1868.)

in reference to sessions of committees
during the recess—[July 25,1868]...4171

and others.........

........1907, 1928 referred, 2288. reports made by.........S61, 1010, 1033, 4139

on the bill to guaranty a republican form South Carolina-see Reconstruction, motions made by .........3, 96, 163, 317, 784,

of government credentials of Representatives-elect pre

785, 934, 1040, 1034, 1202, 1484, 1761,

on the impeachment replication......... 2073 sented and referred, 4080, 4252; re

1768, 1939, 2071, 2109, 2217, 2108, 5759,

on the bill to exempt certain manufac-
ported, 4215, 4204, 4499.
3885, 3890, 3983, 4003, 4203, 4476, 4189

tures from tax.....

......2100, 2104 remarks byincidental remarks by.......

on the bill to admit Alabama to repreMr. Dawes.....

.... 65, .4254

........2187,

sentation in Congress.......
105, 163, 232, 282, 310, 317, 334, 475,
Mr. Farnsworth
..........................4254
637, 638, 669, 690, 736, 875, 936, 966,

2138, 2208, 2212
Mr. Mullins..........

........4254
1045, 1177, 1256, 1302, 1304, 1501, 1542,

on the Indian appropriation bill, 2171,2176 Southern Railroads, the select Committee on. 1847, 1901, 2073, 2083, 2236, 2310, 2324,

on the bill providing for the expenses of instructions to......

.. 1294, 1295
2329,2400, 2407, 2414, 2416, 2426, 2427,

the impeachment trial .........

2308, 2309 reports from........105, 131, 314, 1050, 1294

3089, 3164, 3171, 3199, 3255, 3365, 3556,

during call of the House...2305, 3416, 4522 Spalding, Rufus P., a Representative froin 3615, 3732, 3758, 3864, 3805, 3881, 3927,

on the bill for the relief of J. S. Cunning: Ohio .......

.2
3928, 3944, 4051, 4052, 4031, 4084, 4124,

ham...... petitions presented by....

...343,
4172, 4215, 4216, 4295, 4335, 4377, 4382

on the bill to amend the bankrupt act, 2325 408, 998, 1256, 1308, 1775, 1806, remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from

on the bill relating to the Navy and Marine

2324 1862, 2113, 2165, 2217, 2387, 3212

corps..... internal tax.......

....36 bills introduced by

on the resolution for the impeachment of

on the Donnelly and Washburne contro

versy..... No. 225—to establish a post route from the President, reported from the Judi.

.2356, 2359, 2360, 2361 " Copley to New Portage, in Summit ciary Committee...

on the House joint resolution for the 62, 66, 68 protection of fishing vessels, ....

.2374 county, Ohio.........

....89 on the order of business... .....65, on Connecticut avenue railway bill, 2388 No. 541--making an appropriation for the

209, 215, 267, 282, 443, 1927, 2328, on the bill for the relief of William Mc. service of the Columbia Institution for

3034, 3346, 3694, 4135, 4186, 4335

Garrahan ......

..... 2389 the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb, on the President's message... .75, and establishing additional regulations

on the bill to admit Arkansas to represent

77, 93, 240, 261, 263, 2368 ation in Congress........ 2391, 2392, 2397 for the government of the institution, 779 on the joint resolution concerning Michi. on the bill to amend an act concerning the E: No. 721–10 increase the pension of Amos gan and Wisconsin land grants......106 Illinois and St. Louis bridge.........2974 Bi Armstrong, who was wounded in the on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 309), on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)......2990 battle of Queenstown during the war of

214, 215

2995, 3036, 3039, 3040, 3042, 3048, Lisi 1812........

......1156
on the resolution allowing a clerk to two

3067, 3068, 3106, 3107, 3113, 3140 5.No. 813--declaratory of the meaning of committees .......

......313 w on the joint resolution for the donation of 01 a certain clause in section ninety-four on the bill constituting eight hours a day's iron railings........

.................3089 le of an act to provide internal revenue, work......

......... 834 Du on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c., &c ....... ............ 1419 on the bill to facilitate the payment of

23090, 3093, 3094 No. 859--appropriating money in support moly bounties...........

............886 on the bill for the sarvey of certain Indian ber of benevolent institutions and in aid of o on the bill defining à quorum of the Su : reservations..................... .........3100

charities in the District of Columbia nodipreme Court......... ........ 481, 482 tu on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284).. 3171, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1869, on the bill in relation to islands in the

bog togeita 10 1688 Great Miami river.................508, 509 on clepks' twenty per cent. resolution, 8199

......... 1971

... 2321

3377, 3531

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CCCXXXI
Spalding, Rufus P., a Representative from Stage, Marindn, bill (H. R. No. 917) for the State Department-Continued.
Ohio-Continued.
relief of—[By Mr. Buckland.]

communication in reply to inquiry of what remarks on river and harbor bill, ..3202, 3203, referred, 1900.

State Legislatures have ratified the 3208, 3210, 3271, 3560, 3593, || Stamp duty, resolution instructing Committee amendment of the Constitution known

8594, 3595, 3597, 3614, 3615 of Ways and Means to inquire into the as the fourteenth article ........ .447 on the bill to promote American com

expediency of so amending the internal in relation to treaty with Japan .476 .3226, 3235

revenue law as to exempt from payment resolution calling for certain information on the bill concerning Missouri judicial of, all official bonds executed to corpora

respecting the contingent fund of them districts.....

3619

tions, &c., organized for benevolent pur [By Mr. Schenck, Feoruary 18, 1868.] on the bill in relation to district courts in

poses—[By Mr. Kerr, December 12, 1867.] agreed to, 1256.
New York.........

.3619, 3620
agreed to, 162.

State governments-see Reconstruction.
on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1314); Stansbury, Ellen M., bill (H. R. No. 253) Stationery, joint resolution (S. R. No. 75) lim.

8728, 3729, 3731
on the purchase of Alaska......
granting a pension to-[By Mr. Donnelly.)

iting contracts for, and other supplies in
.3809,
referred, 90.

the Executive Departments to one year. 8810, 4053, 4055 on the bill making appropriations for the Stanton, Edwin M., Secretary of War, cor:

received from Senate, 154 ; referred, 362; Columbia Deaf and Dumb Institution, respondence relating to the removal of,

reported and passed with amendment, 3886, 4056, 4060, 4061, 4081, 4082, communicated... ..... 240, 977, 1107, 1115

665; concurred in by Senate,694; enrolled, 4341. 4372, 4373, 4374, 4375, 4489 remarks by

692. on the bill for the relief of contractors for

Mr. Bingham

joint resolution (S. R. No. 175) relative to

1109 the iron-clads.......

the recent contracts for, for the Depart-
..... 3940, 3941
Mr. Boutwell

1115
on the bill in relation to New York war
Mr. Boyer

ment of the Interior.

..1109 claims.........

received from Senate, 4474; motion to
....... 3945
Mr. Brooks.................

241, 1109
on the joint resolution in reference to :he
Mr. Covode..

take up, 4477, 4494.
Hawaiian brig Victoria......

Stationery bureau, resolution in relation to the ......3967 Mr. Dawes

.240, 241 on the funding bill.......... 4172, 4173, 4216

Mr. Eldridge.

expediency of establishing a, from which

.241 on the bill to provide a government for

Mr. Higby...

all Departments of the Government in the

.241 the Territory of Wyoming...

District of Columbia shall obtain supplies .... 4345 Mr. Ingersoll.

241 on the report concerning the treatment

Mr. Logan....

of stationery-[By Mr. Laflin, July 18, .1109

1868.]
of prisoners by rebels..................

4489
Mr. Marshall......

..978

read and withdrawn, 4213. leave of absence granted to......

Mr. Pruyn..

..241 Special agent, resolation calling for informa

Mr. Randall

Statistics, bill (H, R. No. 499) to abolish the .241

office of director of the Bureau of, and tion in regard to the appointment of any

Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania .........977 transfer the business of the bureau to the person as, to take charge of the post office

Mr. Wilson, of Iowa..... 977, 978 at Penn Yan, New York-[By Mr. Kelsey,

Mr. Wood.

Department of Education-[By Mr. Bald....241

win.]
February 1, 1868.]
resolution requesting Secretary of War to

referred, 637.
agreed to, 901.

transmit all correspondence between pecial license receipts, resolution in refer

bim and the Executive limiting his

Statuary, joint resolution (H. R. No. 343) to

admit free of duty certain-[By Mr. Steence to amending the internal revenue law authority to issue orders; and between in relation to the transfer or assignment

him and the General-in-Chief on the

vens, of Pennsylvania.]

read and passed, 4081 ; passed Senate, 4293; of, &c.-[By Mr. Kerr, March 31, 1868. ]

same subject; and between the Presi

enrolled, 4302 ; approved, 4422. referred, 2228.

dent and tbe General-in-Chief relating to In Senate: received from House, 4080 ; Specie payments—see Currency,

the disobeying by the General of any referred, 4092; reported, 4197 ; passed, bill (II. R. No. 240) to provide for the re

order of the War Department-[By Mr.
sumption of-[By Mr. Lynch.]
Hubbard, of West Virginia, February 3,

4251 ; enrolled, 4275.

remarks by-
referred, 90; question of order, 91.
1868. ]

Mr. Boutwell.

665 bill (H. R. No. 307) to facilitate the resumpagreed to, 936.

Mr. Maynard.

665 tion of—[By Mr. Hubbard, of Iowa.] Senate concurrent resolution tendering the Mr. Pruyn...

....665 referred, 209.

thanks of Congress to, late Secretary of Mr. Washburne, of Illinois............665 bill (H. R. No. 1364) to provide for a grad

War.

Statutes of the United States, resolution for ual resumption of-[By Mr. Lynch.] received from Senate, 2753; concurred in,

the appointinent of a committee to which reported and postponed, 3761.

3311.

shall be referred the report of the comSpeeches, resolution relating to the revision Starkweather, Henry H., a Representative missioners heretofore appointed to revise of, for publication in the Congressional

from Connecticut....

.....2 Globe-[By Mr. Covode, February 5,

the-[By Mr. Poland, December 9, 1867.] petitions presented by..

.. 649,

adopted, 91. objected to, 990.

673, 745, 2292, 2622 Steadman, James B., resolution calling for the bill introduced by

reasons assigned by the Commissioner of No. 763—for the relief of American citi Internal Revenue in his request for the 989 zens abroad.....

1243 removal of, collector of internal revenue ..988, 989 resolution submitted by

for the first district of Louisiana-[By Mr.
....990 in relation to the detention of the Sabine Shanks, March 23, 1868.]
................... 990

at New London, Connecticut-[April objected to, 1939 ; adopted, 2070.
.988
21, 1868].

.2307 Steamboat Company, bill (H. R. No. 734) to .987, 888, 989, 990 motions made by......

J244, 2330 incorporate the Washington and Norfolk ....987, 988, 989, 990 incidental remarks by ....

.2307, 2318

Mail-[By Mr. Pike.]
988
remarks on drawing for seats ..............

.... 1044

referred, 1216. 989 on the bill for the relief of American citi. Steam plows, joint resolution (H. R. No. 354) 987

zens abroad ....... ...... 1243, 1244 admitting, free of duty for one year from

988 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...

on the resolution reported for the impeach June 30, 1868–[By Mr. Allison.) .990

ment of the President..................1398 read and passed, 4253; passed Senate, 4295; Spinner, F. E., letter of, on the propagation (Not published.)

enrolled, 4302; approved, 4422. on the civil appropriation bill..........1506 In Senate : received from House, 4286;

.2529 on the bill for the relief of J. 8. Cunning: referred, 4236; reported, 4266; passed, resolution inquiring what measures have ham ....

.2323 4267; enrolled, 4275. been taken to obtain indemnity from

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060) ......2985, | Steamships-see Mail Service; Passengers.

2986, 3140 the Spanish Government for, on the

bill (H. R. No. 939) to provide for an Ameriduring call of the House

.....3454 can line of mail and emigrant passenger, commerce of American citizens during State Department, calls for information upon,

between New York and one or more
the late war with the South American
republics—[By Mr. Banks, May 26,

26, 184, 257, 340, 361, 371, European ports--[By Mr. Hill.]
693, 784, 806, 1084, 1116, referred, 2022; reported and recommitted,

1243, 1256, 1761, 2297,4427 2757; substitute reported, 2976; disSponsler, William, bill (H. R. No. 466) for

communications from.....

....

61, 104, 210, cussed, 3031 ; passed, 3034 ; passed Sen943, 1085, 2528, 2976, ate with amendments, 4380; conference,

3841, 3953, 4052, 4501 4390, 4396, 4430; conference report, communication in regard to removal of 4467 ; agreed to, 4467; approved, 4498.

papers from the archives of the Depart In Senate: received from House and rement.........

-... 134, 358

ferred, 3058; reported, 3240; laid over, ing a pension to, and the children of Parks

in relation to case of John Warren, a 3709; discussed, 4071, 4346 ; passed with prisoner in Dublin jail

.418

amendments, 4348; conference, 4400, in reference to case of 0. E. Dreutzer, 4403 ;, conference report, 4404; conlate consul at Bergen, Norway........421 curred in, 4404; enrolled, 4481

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remarks by

Mr. Burr
Mr. Chanler...........................
Mr. Covode..............................
Mr. Dawes..............
Mr. Eldridge......
Mr. Logan.........
Mr. Marshall...
Mr. Niblack
Mr. Pile.........
Mr. Ross
Mr. Schenck ......

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Mr. Welker......

.990

of fish...... Spoliations-see Claims.

1868.]

agreed to 2592
the relief of, late a private in company B,
one hundredth regiment Pennsylvania vol-

unteers-[By Mr. Koontz.]
referred, 636 ; reported adversely, 2907.
Stackhouse, Almanda, bill (8. No. 648) grant-

J. Stackhouse, deceased. received from Senate, 8845; referred, 2846.

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Steamships, bill (H. R. No. 939)- Continued. Stevens, Thaddeus, a Representative from Stevens, Thaddeus, a Representative from remarks by

Pennsylvania --Continued.

Pennsylvania-Continued. Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.. 3033 bills introduced by—

remarks on the resolution for the impeach. Mr. Delano ..... 3032, 3033, 4391 No. 214–to amend the act passed March

ment of the President, reported from Mr. Farnsworth...3032, 3033, 3034, 4391 23, 1867, entitled “An act supplement

the Judiciary Committee.................65 Mr. Hill

... 2757,
ary to an act to provide for the more

on the resolution to print extra copies of
2976, 3031, 3032, 3033,
efficient government of the rebel States,"

the Postmaster General's report. ...... 70
3034, 4390, 4391, 4467
passed March 2, 1867, and to facilitate

on the President's message ................ 71, Mr. Miller.....

....3032, 4391
the restoration thereof................. 1448

72, 73, 93, 94, 263
Mr. Phelps..
.3031, 3032, 3033
No. 904--for the admission of the State

on the confiscation bill..

.108 Mr. Ross...

4391
of Alabama......

............. 1790

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 309), Mr. Scofield.

4391
No. 1039—to admit the State of Arkansas

210, 213, 214, 215 Mr. Shellabarger

.3042
to representation in Congress........2375

on reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 214), Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.........8032, No. 1058—to admit the States of North

265, 266, 267, 1461
4390, 4391
Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana,

on the bill to repeal the cotton tax.....506 Mr. Welker.........

.4391 Mr. Windom.........

Georgia, and Alabama to represent

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 313)...506 .3032 ation in Congress........

... 2412

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 320)...506, yeas and nays on the.....

No. 1341-to supply deficiencies in the bill (H. R. No. 1040) to provide for an appropriations for the fiscal year ending

on the bill in relation to schools in the American line of mail and passenger, the 30th of June, 1868...............3590

District of Columbia .......................506 between Philadelphia and one or more No. 1351-to provide for the erection of

on the supplementary reconstruction bill European ports--By Mr. O'Neill.] not more than two additional States

(H. R. No. 489)...... ...........663 referred, 2380; reported, 2611.

out of the territory of the State of

on the bill to provide for the appointment bill (H, R. No. 1116) authorizing the nation

Texas

.3689

of a marshal for the District of Colum. alization of certain-[By Mr. Pile.] No. 1382-to establish a system of com

bia.........

...........670 referred, 2569.

mon schools for the District of Colum

on the bill for the sale of the arsenal Steepleton, Elizabeth, bill (S. No. 494) grant

bia..........

...................... 3888 grounds at St. Louis ................... 716 ing a pension to, widow of Harrison W. No. 1429--to amend an act entitled "An on the bill to prevent the payment of cerSteepleton, deceased.

act to establish á uniform rule of

tain claims........

.....738, 739 received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346 ; naturalization," passed April 14, 1802, on the correspondence relating to the Secreported and passed, 3898; enrolled, 3948.

4003
retary of War..

........977 Stevens, Aaron F., a Representative from joint resolution introduced by

on the legislative appropriation bill... 1022, New Hampshire.......

.....2
No. 343—to admit free of duty certain

1047, 1048, 3697, 3698, 3702, 3704, petitions presented by.....

3705, 3706, 3707, 3724, 3725, 3764 950, statuary .....

....4081

on the Rock Island bridge resolution, 1087 2075, 2304, 2921 resolutions submitted by

on the resolution referring the impeachjoint resolutions introduced by—

relating to the partition of Texas--[De ment testimony to the Committee on No. 104-authorizing the transmission cember 3, 1867)...............

.....11

Reconstruction......... ........, 1087 through the mails free of postage of concerning the tax on spirits-[December on the bill extending certain patents for certain certificates of the Legislature 3, 1867]....

.......... 11
cutting screws..

....... 1181 of New Hampshire..........

.89 referring the President's message to the No. 293—to provide for the appointment

several committees - [December 7,

on the resolution reported from the Com

mittee on Reconstruction for the imof an auditor of accounts....... ..2976

1867]..............

......... 71

peachment of the President... 1836, 1388, incidental remarks by......... 3191, 3524 referring the evidence taken on impeachremarks on the President's message. ... 1060

1340, 1346, 1347, 1398, 1399, 1400, 1402

ment by the Committee on the Judiciary on the resolution to present the impeach(See Appendix.)

to the Committee on Reconstruction

ment articles to the Senate...1400, 1402 on the articles of impeachment........1552

[February 10, 1868] .....................1087

on questions relating to impeachment, on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060), 2955, 2990, for the appointment of a committee to

1421, 2175 3044, 3045, 3072, 3073, communicate to the Senate the action

on the civil appropriation bill......... 1475, 3110, 3184, 3137, 3141 of the House ordering an impeachment

3845, 3846, 8847, 3848, 3850 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284).....3402,

of the President of the United States

on the articles of impeachment... 1612, 1615 3405, 3501 [February 24, 1868] ............ ... 1400 on the bill for the admission of Alabama, on the river and harbor bill....... ...3564 for the appointment of a committee of

1790, 1818, 1819, 1820, 1821, 1862, 1938 on the bill for the relief of loyal Choctaw

seven to prepare and report articles of

on the report on the cancellation and and Chickasaw Indians.... .8855 impeachment against Andrew Johnson, destruction of United States bonds, leave of absence granted to. ...1426, 2807 President of the United States--[Feb

1854, 1856 Stevens, Major F. F., bill (H. R. No. 1332)

ruary 24, 1868].......... ........... 1401

on the bill for the relief of W. W. Holden for the relief of, assistant paymaster Unifor printing five hundred copies each of

and others...........

...... 1932 the constitutions of South Carolina and ted States Army, Wisconsin volunteers

Arkansas-[April 30, 1868).........2333

on the bill to guaranty a republican form [By Mr. Harding.] requesting the Senate to direct that a cer

of government.............1965, 1966, 1968 reported and passed, 3554; passed Senate,

on the bill to admit Alabama to repre4430; enrolled, 4479; approved, 4498. tified copy of the proceedings of the last sentation in Congress.......

.2143, In Senate : received from House, 3551 ; re

two days in the trial of the impeach-
ment of the President be sent to the

2195, 2214, 2215 ferred, 3552; reported, 4093; passed, 4405;

House of Representatives--[May 18,

on the bill to exempt certain manufactures enrolled, 4451.

from tax.......... 1868] ....

.2529 Stevens, Simon, joint resolution (H. R. No.

instructing the Committee of Ways and

on the Alta Vela resolution..... 2366, 2367 79) suspending the payment on the claim

on the bill to admit Arkansas to repre

Means to inquire into the expediency of of, for the purchase of Hall's carbines

.2375,

sentation in Congress....

bringing in a bill to collect the revenue [By Mr. Pile.] on distilled spirits on the principle of

2390, 2391, 2392, 2395, 2396, 2397, In Senate: committee discharged, referred taxing the capacity of the still- [June

2398, 2399, 2811, 2836, 3331, 3397 anew, 79; reported adversely, 625.

on the bill for the relief of William Mc17, 1869)..........

......3223
Garrahan....

..2389 Stevens, Thaddeus, a Representative from directing the Clerk to present to the SecPennsylvania... ............11

on the bill for the readmission of North

retary of State the act to admit the State petitions presented by...719, 785, 2895, 3598 of Arkansas to representation—[June

Carolina, &c...... 2412, 2413, 2445, 2446, bills introduced by

23, 1868]...........

2456, 2462, 2463, 2464, 2465, 2466,3484

...3397 No. 206-to establish a system of common proposing additional articles of impeach

on the resolution asking Senate for a copy

of the impeachment proceedings, 2529, schools for the District of Columbia, 11 ment against the President of the Uni. ted States-[July 7, 1868)............3786

2530, 2531, 2532 No. 309-making appropriations to sup

on the case of Charles W. Woolley...2537 ply deficiencies in the appropriations

reports made by................., 210, 282, 865, for the service of the Government for 1790, 2390, 2412, 2828, 3590, 3689, 3888

ou the resolution relating to the death of the fiscal year ending the 30th of June, motions made by ..........

ex-President Buchanan........2810, 2811

214, 265, 267, on the partial deficiency bill.....2812, 2828 1868

........210 443, 1400, 1402, 2416, 2466, 2776, 4081 No. 374-to establish a system of schools incidental remarks by....

on the bill in regard to the heirs of George ..11, 70, 97

Fisher ........
for the District of Columbia which shall 282, 443, 641, 890, 978, 1296, 1858, 1859,
serve as a model for similar institutions 1861, 2366, 2412, 2529, 2532, 2751, 2753,

on the bill to improve the Mississippi
river

.2830 throughout the Union......... ........ 443 3089, 3223, 3367, 3377, 3614, 3659, 3885, on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)......2880 No. 595-making appropriations for the 3927, 4081, 4134, 4217, 4335, 4343, 4372 on the bill for the relief of certain citizens

legislative, executive, and judicial ex remarks on the order of business.... 11, of Arkansas.....
penses of the Government for the year

213, 230, 263, 1086, 2304, 2865, on the bill for the relief of the heirs of ending the 30th of June, 1869..........865

2828, 3694, 3723, 3764, 3765, 3766 Thomas W. Harvey.............3183

2174, 2175

..........2828

3030

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CCCXXXIII Stevens, Thaddeus, a Representative from Stockman, M. D.; bill (H. R. No. 545) for the Stone, Frederick, a Representative from Mary. Pennsylvania-Continued.

relief of Thomas W. Gaff, Thomas Gaff, land-Continued. remarks on the bill to provide for appeals and-[By Mr. Holman.]

bills introduced by“ from the Court of Claims ..............3267 referred, 779.

No. 739—to establish post roads in Monton the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284), 3406, 3487 | Stocks, Nancy A., bill (S. No. 630) granting gomery and Howard counties, Mary. on the deficiency appropriation bill (H. increase of pension to.

land.....

.1217 R. No. 1341).

3590 received from Senate, 4395; passed, 4477; No. 1043-to establish certain post roads on the river and harbor bill.....3614, 3615 enrolled, 4492.

in Howard, Anne Arundel, and Calvert on the bill in relation to district courts in Stokes, Hon. W. B., letter of, to W. Bosson, counties, in the State of Maryland, 2380 New York..........

..3619
January 7, 1861...

No. 1184—to establish a certain post road
on the purchase of Alaska........ .3659, Stokes, William B., a Representative from in Montgomery county, Maryland, 2935
3660, 4003, 4053, 4054
Tennessee.....

......2 motions made by.
(See Appendix.)
petitions presented by. ..62, 78, 217,

remarks on the President's message... ...755 on the bill in reference to private land

268, 469, 1025, 1054, 1094, 1162, (See Appendix.) claims in California....

.3690

1229, 1308, 1428, 1620, 1910, 2406, on the resolation reported for the impeachon the bill for the relief of E. R. and S.

2416, 2652, 2957, 3051, 3115, 3273, ment of the President........... 1398 W. Clarke......... .........3691, 3692

3539, 3628, 3671, 4000, 4196, 4435 (See Appendix.) on the bill in regard to additional boun bills introduced by

on the articles of impeachment........1607 ties ....

...3722
on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341),
No. 333—to amend the act of July 4,

(See Appendix.)
1864, to allow the further time of two

on the bill relating to private land claims 3726, 3727, 3728, 3729, 3730, 3731, 3938, 3939 years for the filing of applications for

in California ......3656, 3657, 3689, 3690 pensions.... on the additional articles of impeach

on the state of the Union.... ........317

.4092 No. 689—for the relief of Mary J. Stone,

(See Appendix.) ment.....

...... 3786 on the Electoral College bill........... 3976,

of Jackson county, Tennessee. 1083

on the taxation of United States bonds No. 741—for the relief of William Haynie,

see Appendix.
3977, 3978
on the bill making appropriations for the

administrator of Ann Haynie........1217

leave of absence granted to........1927, 2461 Columbia Deaf and Dumb Institution, No. 742—for the relief of the heirs of

Stone, Mary J., bill (H. R. No. 689) for the 4056, 4059, 4082, 4372, 4374 Elizabeth Yancey, widow of John Yan.

relief of, of Jackson county, Tennessee on the funding bill....

cey...

..1217

[By Mr. Stokes. ]
...4133,
No. 743—for the relief of colored laborers

referred, 1083.
4135, 4173, 4174, 4177, 4178
on the treaty-making power.......

on Fort Cleveland, near Carthage, Ten Stonewall, joint resolution (H. R. No. 276)

...4136 on resolution relating to the occupancy

nessee, in 1864.....

1217

relative to the sale of the war vessel-[By of a room by Miss Vinnie Ream....4253 No. 920—-for the relief of Major A. S.

Mr. Banks. ] personal and explanatory ...,

Thurnick.........

.1900 referred, 2571. Stevens, Captain Thomas H., joint resolution

No. 1329—for the relief of the heirs of Stoops, Pleasant, bill (H. R. No. 456) grant(H. R. No. 172) relative to, United States

W. R. Silvey, late of company B, second ing a pension to the minor children of Navy-[By Mr. Scofield.]

Tennessee infantry.

..3587 [By Mr. Van Aernam.] referred, 673 ; 'reported and recommitted,

No. 1366--for the relief of Captain A. G. reported and passed, 592; passed Senate 1813; reported, 2872; passed, 2873.

Oliver........

..3762

with amendments, 3337; disagreed to, In Senate : received from House, 2861; re

No. 1367—for the relief of G. Kaiser, 3763 3693; conference, 3694, 3732; conference ferred, 2861, joint resolutions introduced by

report, 3937; agreed to by Senate, 3928; remarks by

No. 129–to amend the act of July 4, by House, 3937; enrolled, 3981; approved,
Mr. Bromwell.........
1864, to more effectually secure the pay-

4255.
.2873
Mr. Ferry

ment of claims of loyal persons for

In Senate: received from House, 627; reStewart, Thomas, bill (S. No. 342) granting a

..2372, 2873

property taken and used by the Federal ferred, 632; reported, 1404; passed with pension to.

forces during the late war ..286 amendments, 3318; conference, 3688; conreceived from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869 ;

No. 265—for the relief of Edward E. ference report, 3857; concurred in by Senreported and passed, 3894 ; enrolled, 3948.

Shead, of Eastport, Maine.... ...2459 ate, 3857; by House, 3954; enrolled, 3958. Stewart, Thomas E.,

No. 298—for the division of the State of a Representative from

Stout, Barbara, bill (H. R. No. 1332) for the

Texas and the admission of the same relief of, of Tennessee-[By Mr. Butler, petitions presented by .........

into the Union .......

.......3164

of Tennessee.] -2622, 2652

No. 302—for the relief of the heirs of referred, 3587; reported and passed, 3894; No. 446—to amend an act entitled "An

Mary Hassett, of the State of Alabama, passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4434; apact to create the eastern judiciat district

3363

proved, 4498. of the State of New York," approved

No. 309—for the relief of Ethan A. Saw In Senate : received from House and reFebruary 25, 1865......

yer, of Jefferson county, Tennessee, 3477 ferred,3917; reported, 4145; passed, 4367; No. 463-for the relief of Charlotte Crane,

.517

No. 326--for the relief of Henry B. Ste. enrolled, 4443.
Marie.........

.3763
636

Stout, Martha, bill (S. No. 520) granting a penNo. 858-to amend an act entitled "An reports made by. ..2400, 2459, 3762, 3763

sion to. act to provide for the better security of

motions made by. 2459, 3763, 4124 received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; the lives of passengers on board of ves

incidental remarks by, 2400, 3030, 3763, 4002 reported and passed, 3892. sels propelled in whole or in part by

remarks on the resolution reported for the || Straight, Mahala A., bill (H. R. No. 373) to steam

impeachment of the President...... 1395 ............1631

place the name of, upon the pension-roll on the bill for the relief of Edward Shead,

of the United States-[By Mr. Cullom.] 2459

referred, 417 ; reported and passed, 1039; during call of the House....... .2646

passed Senate with amendments, 3337; on the Tennessee election case of R. R. disagreed to, 3693; conference, 3693, 1668 Butler)...

3198

3732; conference report, 3937; agreed to on the bill to relieve certain citizens of

by Senate, 3928; by House, 3937; enNorth Carolina from political disabili rolled, 3981 ; approved, 4255. ties...

3298 In Senate : received from House, 1038; reon the river and harbor bill............

...3591

: ferred, 1068; reported, 1404; passed with on the bill for the relief of Samuel Tib.

amendments, 3318; conference, 3688 ; .2537 betts.....

.3763

conference report, 3857; concurred in by .2985, on the bill for distributing the rewards for

Senate, 3857; by House, 3954; enrolled, 2986, 2987, 3048, 3114, 3139 the capture of Jefferson Davis......3935

8958. on the resolution for an adjournment to

Suffrage, joint resolution (H. R. No. 275) in September.........

.4377

relation to the right of-[By Mr. Chanler.] on the bill providing for the pay of tem

referred, 2569. .....4478

Suit, joint resolution (H. R. No. 284) to pro.3454, 3455 leave of absence granted to...

........638,

vide for the removal of a, pending in the 899, 1998, 2498, 3690

circuit court of Jefferson county, West Stone, Frederick, a Representative from Mary.

Virginia, to the circuit court of the United land..

..340

States-[By Mr. Polsley.] petition presented by.

... 1460

referred, 2773; reported and passed, 2812 ; bills introduced by

passed Senate, 2942; enrolled, 2943 ; apNo. 366- to incorporate the National proved, 3063.

Hotel Company of Washington city, 340 In Senate : received from House, 2857 ; disNo. 504mto regulate the sale of hay and cussed, 2926 ; passed, 2927; enrolled,

straw in the District of Columbia ...687 2927.

New York

....517

bills introduced by

resolution submitted by-
in relation to the purchase of ground on

the Battery in the city of New York for
the erection of warehouses-[March 4,

1868).
incidental remarks by.........875, 2389, 3887
remarks on the resolution reported for the

impeachment of the President...... 1394 (Not published.) on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a

recusant witness..... on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060). on the National Safe Deposit Company

bill..... on the tax bill (H.R. No. 1284)........8381,

3414, 3420, 3488, 8491, 3492, 8493, 3502 during call of the House... leave of absence granted to.........2303, 2541 Stock, joint resolution (H. R. No. 180) in re

lation to the sale of, of the Dismal Swamp Canal Company [By Mr. Woodward.) read and passed, 286; passed Senate, 888 ;

enrolled, 399; approved, 510. In Senate : received from House, 281; re

ferred, 282; reported and passed, 809 ; enrolled, 384, 404.

......3224

porary clerks...

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

OCCXXXIV

Taffe, John, a Representative from Nebraska, Sweden--Conlinued. Suit-Continued.

779 joint resolution (H. R. No. 311) to remove resolution calling for information relative to

the famine in, and Norway-[By Mr. a, from the circuit court of Franklin

......998, petitions presented by .........

2113, 2505, 2895, 8175 Harding, January 28, 1868.) county, Arkansas, to the circuit court of the United States-[By Mr. Boles.] agreed to, 806.

bills introduced byreferred, 3525.

Swiss Benevolent Society, bill (H. R. No. 567) No. 558-amendatory of the preëmption Suits, resolution calling for information in to incorporate the, of Washington, Dis

laws......

.......... 779 reference to certain, known as the cham. trict of Columbia-[By Mr. Kelley.]

No. 559—to extend the provisions of an pagne cases, lately pending in New York, referred, 780.

act entitled "An act to enable the State and said to have been compromised and Switzler, William F., a contesting Represent

of Arkansas and other States to reclaim

2071

ative from Missouri discontinued—[By Mr. Hulburd, January

the swamp lands within their limits to 28, 1868.] (See Contested Election.)

the State of Nebraska". ................779 agreed to, 806. remarks on the Missouri contested election

No. 560—for the relief of Oliver P. bill (H. R. No. 801) relative to, in the courts (case of Switzler vs. Anderson), 4131, 4132

Mason.....

779 of the United States-[By Mr. Cook.] (See Appendix.)

No. 806-granting lands to aid in the couresolution that, is entitled to a seat as a Rep. referred, 1418; reported adversely, 3267.

struction of a railroad from Brownsville,

resentative from the ninth district of bill (H. R. No. 1124) to provide for the re

and for aiding other railroads in the Missouri-[By Mr. Poland, March 23, moval of certain, from the State courts

State of Nebraska, to intersect the Union 1868. ] to the circuit court of the United States

Pacific railroad............................1418 reported, 2071 ; notice, 3616, 3884; dis[By Mr. Polsley. ]

No. 975 -making agricultural and me.

cussed, 4094, 4124, 4131; recommitted referred, 2633.

chanical college scrip receivable in pay.

with instructions, 4133, 4172. bill (H. R. No. 1423) to provide for bring.

ing, in the courts of the United States resolution in relation to charges of disloy. ment of preëmption claims........... 2165 against railroad corporations where por alty made by Hon. J. F. Benjamin No. 1209—for the relief of Dwight J.

against the contestant for a seat in the tions of the line are in several States

..2977

McCann ...... [By Mr. Cook.]

case of Switzler vs. Anderson-[By Mr. No. 1302—to regulate treaties with Indian referred, 4000.

Dawes, July 18, 1868.]

tribes

3364 Sullivan, Mrs. Mary, joint resolution (H. R. reported and agreed to, 4215.

No. 1303—to establish certain mail routes No. 187) providing for the payment of the Symes, G. G., contestant for a seat as a Rep.

in the State of Nebraska.............3364 amount due, for property wrongfully seized resentative from Kentucky.. ..........362

No. 1839—to establish a new land district by order of the provost marshal of Wash (See Contested Election.)

in the State of Nebraska.............3588 ington and used in the medical depart remarks on the Kentucky election (case of

No. 1361-to establish certain mail routes ment of the United States Army-[By Mr.

.448 Symes vs. Trimble ...........

in the State of Nebraska..............3757 Cullom.] (See Appendix and Contested Election.)

.4428

motion made by........... resolution that, is not entitled to a seat as a referred, 891.

incidental remarks by.....

3525 Surge reliever, resolution in reference to Bing: Representative from the first district in ham's—[By Mr. Kelley, January 27, Kentucky--[By Mr. Upson, January 7,

remarks on the civil appropriation bill, 1507,

3845 1868.]

1868.] agreed to, 783. reported, 362; discussed, 447; adopted,

on the bill for the relief of William Mc

.2475

Garrahan..........

452. Surratt, John H., resolution in reference to the cost of the arrest and trial of, &c. resolution that there be paid to, $2,500, in

on the Indian appropriation bill, 2637, 2710 [By Mr. Van Wyck, January 27, 1868.] full for time spent and expenses incurred

on land titles in Nebraska.

.4342, 4343 agreed to, 784.

in prosecuting his claim to a seat in this leave of absence granted to........ 2225, 2505 Surrender, bill (H. R. No. 719) for the, of House-[By Mr. Hopkins, February 25, || Talcott, Wait, bill (H. R. No. 1099) for the persons convicted of certain crimes—(By 1868.]

relief of-[By Mr. Harding.] Mr. Wilson, of lowa.] adopted, 1419.

reported and passed, 2538; passed Senate, referred, 1127; reported, 1273; passed, Sypher, J. Hale, a Representative from Louis 3967; enrolled, 3981; approved, 4255. 1273.

.4186, 4215 In Senate : received from House, 2545; In Senate: received from House, 1260; bill introduced by

referred, 2548; reported, 3856; passed, referred, 1287; reported and discussed, No. 1449—to enforce the third section of

3916; enrolled, 3938. 1429; recommitted, 1431.

the fourteenth article of amendinents to || Tanner, Charles B., bill (R. R. No. 1069) for Survey, bill (H. R. No. 300) to amend the the Constitution............

.4416 the relief of, late first lieutenant sixty. various acts establishing the Navy Depart. joint resolution introduced by

ninth Pennsylvania volunteers-[By Mr. ment of the United States, and to create No. 355—to extend to the State of Lonisi Cobb.) a board of-[By Mr. Pike.]

reported and passed, 2459; passed Senate,

ana the provisions of an act of Conreferred, 209. bill (H. R. No. 1136) to anthorize front pro

gress, approved July 4, 1864, entitled 3761; enrolled, 3804; approved, 4004.

"An act to restrict the jurisdiction of In Senate: received from House and referred, prietors on the Menomonee river, in Michigan and Wisconsin, to have a, and

the Court of Claims, and to provide for 2488 ; reported, 3115 ; passed, 3720; enenter the fast lands in said river-[By

the payment of certain demands for rolled, 3770. Mr. Sawyer.]

quartermasters' stores,”' &c..........4335 Target-Shooting Association, bill (H. R. No. referred, 2750.

resolution submitted by-
in reference to the levees of the Missis-

344) to incorporate the Washington, in the Sutler, resolution instructing Committee on

District of Columbia-[By Mr. Ingersoll.] Military Affairs to inquire into the neces

sippi-[July 22, 1868).................. 4335 referred, 331; reported and passed, 830; sity of reëstablishing the office of, in the

r.

passed Senate with amendment, 3793 ; Army for the Pacific States and Territo- || Taber, Stephen, a Representative from New

disagreed to, 3888; conference, 3967; ries-[By Mr. Johnson,January 20, 1868.] York.......

conference report, 4004; agreed to by adopted, 638. petitions presented by...

enrolled, House, 4004; by Senate, 4061;

778, 2297 Sutlers, joint résolution (H. R. No. 13) in rebill introduced by

4173 ; approved, 4422. gard to goods furnished by, to officers, No. 912—to authorize the payment of the

In Senate: received from House, 818; re. soldiers, &c.—[By Mr. Dodge.]

clain of William H. Newman & Co.

ferred, 845; reported, 2594; passed with reported adversely, 3943.

and L. A. Van Hoffman & Co., of New

amendments, 3713, 3714; disagreed to by Sutro tunnel, bill (H. R, No. 1153) to aid in York city .....

House, 3872; motion to recede, 3872; the construction of the-[By Mr. Ashley,

conference, 3916, 3956; conference report, joint resolution introduced byof Nevada.]

4025; concurred in by House, 4024; by No. 346—for heating and ventilating Hall reported and recommitted, 2812.

Senate, 4025; enrolled, 4151.

of the House of Representatives...4252
resolution proposing an evening session for resolution submitted by-

Tariff-see Revenue.
the purpose of receiving and considering
the report of the Committee on the Pub-

inquiring what service the United States Tariff bill, resolution instructing the Commitlic Lands on the-[By Mr. Julian, July

steamship Vanderbiit is employed in,

tee of Ways and Bleans in reference to 13, 1868.]

where stationed, and the present condi.

the-[By Mr. Spalding, May 11, 1808. ] objected to, 4004.

tion of the hull and machinery of said

adopted, 2408. Swamp lands—see Public Lands.

vessel-[January 22, 1868].. 687

resolution for printing-[By Mr. Miller, July Swartwout, Caroline and Margaret, bill (S.

report made by..

1703

1, 1868.] No. 344) granting a pension to.

motion made by............

1703 referred, 3707; reported and agreed to,
received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869;
incidental remarks by........ 1703, 1901, 2018

3881.
reported and passed, 3104; enrolled, 3144.
remarks on the bill relating to land grants to

Tariff law, joint resolution (H. R. No. 143) Sweden, joint resolution (H. R. No. 183) for

southern raiiroads, 311, 836,837,844, 985

relative to the passage of

a, with as little the relief of the famishing people of, and

on the civil appropriation bill..... .1458 delay as possible affording adequate proNorway-[By Mr. Harding.)

during call of the House........... .3416 tection to the industrial interests of the

leave of absence granted to ..... referred, 780.

..2199, country-[By Mr. Miller.] 2461, 2643, 3568, 3658 referred, 473.

iana........

...687

...... 1900

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