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CCCXXXV
Tariff laws, resolution instructing Committee | Tennessee, resolution in reference to the recent | Thanks of Congress-- Continued.

of Ways and Means to inquire into the murder of two ex Federal soldiers, Henry joint resolution (H. R. No. 270) tendering
expediency of so amending the, as to Fitzpatrick and Mr. Lincoln, in the county the, to Captain David McDougall, of the
restrain importations and retain the specie of Maury--(By Mr. Arnell, June 1, 1868. ] United States Navy-[By Mr. Coburn.]
of the country at home-[By Mr. Moor- adopted, 2752

referred, 2526.
head, January 20, 1868.]

Tenure of certain civil offices, bill (S. No. 269) Senate concurrent resolution tendering the,
agreed to, 644.

in addition to an act entitled "An act reg- to Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, late Secre-
Tarr & Kimberland, bill (H. R. No. 1196) for
ulating the."

tary of War.
the relief of, of Wellsburg, West Virginia- received from Sepate, 1054; printed, 1156 ; received from Senate, 2753; concurred
[By Mr. Hubbard, of West Virgipia.] referred, 1769.

in, 3311.
referred, 2936.

Territorial officers, resolution in relation to Thatcher, Rear Admiral H. K., joint resolu-
Tax-see Revenue.

the payment of salaries to, absent from tion (S. R. No. 70) authorizing, to accept
bill (II. R. No. 510) to facilitate the collec-

their duties–[By Mr. Holbrook, March a decoration from the king of the Ha-
tion of the direct, in the State of Dela-
10, 1868.]

! waiian Islands.
--[By Mr. Nicholson.]
objected to, 1806.

received from Senate, 144 ; passed, 362;
referred, 691; reported, 1115; passed,
1116; passed Senate, 1244; enrolled,
Territories, the Committee on the.

enrolled, 388.
instructions to
1255; approved, 1319.

..........1277, 2429 | Thomas, A. R., bill (H. R. No. 1342) for the
In Senate : received from House, 1125;

adverse report from.......

....4481

relief of-[By Mr. Paine.]
referred, 1142; reported and passed,

bill (H. R. No. 343) repealing a certain por- referred, 3614.
1230; enrolled, 1260.

tion of an act of the Legislative Assem || Thomas, Caroline E., bill (S. No. 421) grant:

bly of Colorado Territory authorizing a
Tax commissioners, bill (S. No. 79) to confirm

ing a pension to.
certain sales made by the direct, for South

lottery, and to prevent swindling in received from Senate, 1359; referred, 1869;
Carolina to persons in the Army, Navy,

the-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]

reported and passed, 3104; enrolled, 3144.
or Marine corps.

read and referred, 331.

Thomas, Francis, a Representative from Mary-
reported adversely, 24, 58.
bill (H. R. No. 802) supplementary to the

.2
resolution calling for an official copy of the

several acts for organizing certain, of the petitions presented by ...........876, 998, 1999
instructions issued by Abraham Lincoln,

United States—[By Mr. Loan.]

bills introduced by-
President, to the, of South Carolina on
referred, 1418.

No. 470—to authorize the building of a
the 16th day of September, 1863-[By
bill (H. R. No. 1458) to provide for the

railroad from Wasbington city, District
Mr. Paine, January 28, 1868.]
more economical administration of the

of Columbia, to connect with the North-
adopted, 801.
government of the several—[By Mr.

ern Central railroad at or near the State
bill (S. No. 564),concerning, of Arkansas.

Mullins.)

line between Pennsylvania and Mary.
received from Senate, 3732; referred,
read and passed, 4485.

land.......

.636
3883; reported and passed, 4002; en-

In Senate : received from House, 1454; No. 788-to fix the salary of the collector
rolled, 4052.
called up, 4459, 4502; tabled, 4503.

of customs for the district of Annapolis,
• Taxes, bill (H. R. No. 1257) relative to lands Territory, resolution in relation to the annex- in the State of Maryland......

sold for non-payment of Federal, or under ation of-[By Mr. Bromwell, March 9, No. 1121-to prevent an appropriation
a judgment or decree of the courts of the 1868.]

therein mentioned from lapsing because
United States in the States lately in rebel-
lion-[By Mr. Julian.]
referred, 1761.

of delay in adjustment.................2621
referred, 3132.
Testimony, bill (H. R. No. 220) to perpetuate,

No. 1261-amendatory of an act relating
Taylor, Caleb N., a Representative from Penn-
in the courts of the United States—[By

to habeas corpus and to regulate judicial
sylvania
Mr. Ferriss. ]

proceedings in certain cases, approved
..2

March, 3, 1863.....

.8268
petitions presented by......

referred, 89.

....1644,
1669, 2217, 2318, 2921, 8628
bill (H. R. No. 712) to allow the respondent

resolutions submitted by
Taylor, Captain Isaac A., bill (H. R. No. 1437)

in criminal proceedings to testify in his

authorizing Committee on the Judiciary
for the relief of, of Tennessee-[By Mr.

own behalf in any court of the United to continue the inquiries heretofore
Butler, of Tennessee.]

States held in any State where such ordered by the House concerning pub-
referred, 4215.

privilege is allowed in the courts of lic affairs in Maryland-[December 17,
Taylor, James W., resolution for printing the
such State by the statute thereof-[By 1867) .........

..... 230
report of, upon gold and silver mines and

Mr. Peters. ]

in reference to the amounts severally due
mining east of the Rocky mountains-[By
referred, 1083.

to loyal claimants by the United States
Mr. Scofield, May 5, 1868.]

for which payment is not now authorized
Texas-see Reconstruction.
referred, 2362; reported and agreed to, 2372.

by law, and of providing for the pay.
resolution relating to the partition of-[By
Telegraph-see Railroad,

ment thereof by grants of public land-
Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, Decem-
bill (H. R. No. 1067) to establish, commu•

[March 27, 1868]....

...... 2164
ber, 3, 1867.]
nication between military posts, and for

authorizing the select committee on the
objected to, 11.
the construction of a telegraph line to

charges against Messrs. Donnelly, Wash-
resolution in relation to public affairs in-
Puget sound—[By Mr. Pile.]

burne, and Butler to employ a clerk-
[By Mr. Loan, March 3, 1868.]

[May 11, 1868]..

...... 2408
proposed, 1421, 1632; adopted, 1760.
bill (H. R. No. 1083) for the construction

reports made by .................

.230, 2812, 3267
bill (H. R. No. 1203) to erect two additional

motions made by...

....3268
of a Government, under the direction
of the Post Office Department, between

States out of the territory of the State incidental remarks by........1426, 2408, 2409
New York and Washington—[By Mr.

of-[By Mr. Beaman.)

remarks on the resolution in regard to the
Washburne, of Illinois. ]
reported and recommitted, 2971, 3689.

State government of Maryland... 230, 231
joint resolution (H. R. No. 298) for the on the bill for the relief of R. M. Hollis-
Telegraph cable, bill (H, R. No. 1297) to grant

division of the State of, and the admis-
the right to lay and land an ocean-

sion of the same into the Union-[By on the order of business......... 2541, 2542
-[By Mr. Stokes.)

on the bill to amend the habeas corpus
referred, 3363.
referred, 3164

act.............

.... 3267, 3268
Telegraph Company, bill (H. R. No. 1415) to

bill (H. R. No. 1351) to provide for the on the bill to regulate the duties on cop
incorporate the United States Postal, and
erection of not more than two additional

per pres......

.4485, 4496, 4499
to establish a postal telegraph system-

States out of the territory of the State leave of absence granted to .........2103, 2307
[By Mr. Farnsworth.]

of--[By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania.] Thompson, Hampton, bill (H. R. No. 822)
referred, 3937.
reported and recommitted, 3689.

granting a pension to-[By Mr. Perham.]
Telegraph lines, bill (H. R. No. 846) supple.

bill (8. No. 417) to amend an act proposing reported and passed, 1449 ; passed Senate
mentary to an act entitled "An act to aid

to the State of, the establishment of her with amendments, 3340; concurred in,
in the construction of, and to secure to the

northern and western boundaries, &c., 3397; enrolled, 3411 ; approved, 3731.
Government the use of the same for postal,

and to establish a territorial government In Senate : received from House, 1403; re.
military, and other purposes," passed Jaly
for New Mexico.

ferred, 1464; reported, 1669; passed with
24, 1866–[By Mr. Farnsworth.)

received from Senate, 3762 ; passed, 4490; amendment, 3322; agreed to by House,
referred, 1631; substitute reported and re-

enrolled, 4496.

3389; enrolled , 3389.
committed, 2974.
Telegraphs, resolution instructing Committee

Thanks of Congress, joint resolution (H. R. Thompson, Major James B., bi!l (H. R. No.
on the Post Office and Post Roads to in-

No. 135) tendering, to Major General W. 17) for the relief of, of Perrysville, Juni-
quire into the expediency of securing, to
S. Hancock-[By Mr. Eldridge.]

ata county, Pennsylvania-[By Mr. Mil-
the General Government the exclusive
tabled, 332.

ler.)
control of all, within the United States-

joint resolution (H. R. No. 307) tendering, reported adversely, 4001.
[By Mr. Ingersoll, April 21, 1868.]

to Captain D. W. McDougal-[By Mr. Thurnick, Major A. S., bill (H. R. No. 920)
agreed to, 2320.

Archer.]

for the relief of-[By Mr. Stokes.]
referred, 3377.

referred, 1900.

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referred, 2457.

........

referred, 2526.

ter ......

Mr. Cobb.]

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CCOXXXVI

'Tibbetts, Samuel, bill (H. R. No. 396) for the Townsend's Historical Record, resolution in. Treasury Department - Continued.
relief of-[By Mr. Loughridge.]

stracting Committee on the Library to in. resolution calling for the names and occupa.
read and referred, 474; reported and passed, quire into the expediency of purchasing,

tions of all the officers of the, against
3763 ; passed Senate, 4493 ; enrolled, 4495; and Encyclopedia of the Rebellion--[By whom written charges have been pre-

Mr. Ferriss, April 30,
approved, 4500.

ferred, or who may have been recom-

1868.]
In Senate; received from House, 3749; agreed to, 2333.

mended by the Commissioner of Internal
referred, 3677; reported, 4450; passed, Townsend, William, bill (H. R. No. 76) for Revenue for removal since the 1st day
4460.
the relief of-[By Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.]

of Jnly, 1867, and the action taken in
Tift, Nelson, of Georgia, bill (H. R. No. 1459)
committee discharged, tabled, 507.

each case-[By Mr. Logan, January 28,
to relieve, from disabilities-[By Mr.
Town sites, bill (H. R. No. 370) to prevent the

1868. ]
Dawes. ]
further sale of the public lands of the Uni-

agreed to, 806.
read and passed, 4499 ; passed Sonate, 4500;

ted States except as provided for in the

resolution inquiring the number of general
enrolled, 4500; approved, 4499.

and special agents in the, their compen.
preëmption and homestead laws and the
In Senate'; received from House, 4517;
laws for disposing of, and mineral lands-

sation, &c.-[By Mr. Van Wyck, Feb-
passed, 4517; enrolled, 4517.
[By Mr. Julian.)

ruary 26, 1868.]

objected to, 1451.
Tift, Nelson, a Representative from Geor-

reported and recommitted, 371; reported
gia.....

Ar... 4500
back, 508; postponed to January 28 and

calling for information concerning removals

of clerks in-[By Mr. Mullins, June 1,

printed, 508'; motion to reconsider, 538;
Tillson, Brigadier General David, letter of,

1868.]
April 7, 1866, to Major General 0. 0. called up, 1693; discussed, 1712, 2379,
Howard

......... 184
2380, 2383.

objected to, 2010, 2752; referred, 3759.
Timber, resolution calling for tabular state- Trade, bill (H. R. No. 1190) to regulate, on

bill (H. R. No. 1189) authorizing the Sec-
ments of the amount of seasoned, now our northern frontier-[By Mr. Beaman.]

retary of the, to sell at public auction
stored in each of the dock.yards of the

certain property of the United States at
referred, 2935.

Mackinaw, in the State of Michigan-
United States, and the amount of green, Trade with the British Provinces, resolution [By Mr. Ferry:]
bought during each year from 1860 up to calling for a statement of the, since the

referred, 2935.
date-[By Mr. Chauler, December 9,

abrogation of the reciprocity treaty, &c.-

resolution in reference to appointments and
1867.]
[By Mr. Ingersoll, February 7, 1868.]

removals in the-[By Mr. Allison, June
agreed to, 96.
agreed to, 1033.

29, 1868.]
Tinker, Walter H., bill (H. R. No. 634) grant-

resolution for printing ten thousand copies agreed to, 5588.
jog a pension to, and John P. McElroy-

of the report of the Secretary of the Treasurer, Assistant, bill (H. R. No. 238) to
[By Mr. Anderson.]

Treasury in reference to the, since the abólish the office of, of the United States,
referred, 935.

abrogation of the reciprocity treaty- authorized by act of Congress, approved
Title, bill (H. R. No. 394) confirming, to

[By Mr. Ingersoll, March 31, 1868. ] March 3, 1863—[By Mr. Newcomb.]
Little Rock Island, in the Mississippi

referred, 90.

referred, 2232
river-[By Mr. Price.]

Treaties, resolution in reference to the execu-

resolution for printing extra copies of the
referred, 474; reported and passed, 1703.

tion of, with foreign nations - [By Mr.“

letters of the Secretary of the Treasury,
In Senate: received from House, 1702; re-

dated March 30 (Ex. Doc. No. 240) and Spalding, December 12, 1867.]
ferred, 1702; reported, 3566.

May 14, 1868, together with the reports referred, 153.
bill (H. R, No. 891) in regard to the, of

of Xr. George W. Brega upon-[By Mr.

bill (H. R. No. 923) to restore to certain
individuals to publie lauds-[By Mr.

parties their rights under the, and laws
Ingersoll, May 15, 1868.]
Burleigh.]

of the United States-[By Mr. John-
referred, 2480.
referred, 1759.

son.]
Travis, Michael, bill (H. R. No. 1236) granting
Titles, bill (H. R. No. 337) quieting doubts in

referred, 1900; reported and recommitted,
a pension to the minor children of-[By
relation to the validity of the, to four tracts

2592.
Mr. Polsley. ]
of land in the State of Missouri-[By Mr.

bill (H. R. No. 1270) to provide for the pub.
reported and passed, 3103; passed Senate,
Newcomb.]

lication of the, and laws of the United
4395; enrolled, 4431; approved, 4198.
referred, 90; substitu e reported and passed,

States in the States of California, Ne.
In Senate : received from House and re-
2499.

vada, and Oregon, and in the Territories

ferred, 3119; reported, 3900; passed,
i In Senate: received from House, 2505 ;

of Washington, Idaho, and Montana-
4365; enrolled, 4443.
referred, 2506.

[By Mr. Cavanaugh.]
Tobacco--see Revenue.
Treasury Department, calls for information

referred, 3164.
Todd, James S., bill (H. R. No. 523) grant-

upon... 20, 53, 129, 134, 153, 162, 264, 314,

Treaties with Indian tribes-see Indian Lands.
ing a pension to--[By Mr. Van Aernam.]

332, 361, 506, 566, 644, 691, 801, 806,

Treaty, joint resolution (H. R. No. 257) de.

861, 890, 970, 1053, 1116, 1293, 1302,
reported and passed, 736; passed Senate

claring that it is inexpedient for this Gov.

1448, 1449, 1707, 1771, 2070, 2306,
with amendment, 3336; agreed to, 3692 ;

ernment to enter into a, with any for-

2307, 2310, 2354, 2865, 2366, 2511,
en rolled, 3702; approved, 3809.

eign Power which tends to discriminate

2528, 2569, 2571, 2752, 3377,3588, 4055
In Senate : received from House, 731; re-

against the manufactures or productions
communications from, 18, 55, 62, 95, 104, 157,
ferred, 764; reported, 1311; passed with
amendment, 3318; enrolled, 3688.

210, 287, 833, 358, 363, 433, 541, 736,

in any part of the United States, and give

such foreign Power an undue advantage

784, 805, 806, 844, 893, 943, 944, 977,
Todd, Samuel P., joint resolution (H. R. No.

over the industry of our country-[By
301) relative to the claim of, deceased -

1019, 1050, 1160, 1185, 153), 1632, Mr. Miller.]
[By Mr. Robinson.)

1689, 1692, 1774, 1793, 1847, 1934, referred, 2406.
referred, 3363

1938, 2071, 2082, 2108, 2109, 2133, || Treaty-making power discussed in Committee
Todd, William B., bill (H. R. No. 503) for

2199, 2227, 2232, 2236, 2298, 2008, of the Whole.
the reliet' of-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]

2324, 2330, 2331, 2332, 2335, 2348, remarks by-
reported and passed, 668; passed Senate,
2440, 2456, 2166, 2475, 2009, 2812,

4136

Mr. Mullins........

3063, 3202, 3397, 3462, 3476, 3552,
3732; enrolled, 3758; approved, 3809.
In Senate : received from House, 652; re.

3613, 3616, 3657, 3658, 3804, 4380

Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania....... 4136
ferred, 674; reported, 3629; passed, 3713;
communication from Solicitor of the, in re-

Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania.....4136

resolution in reference to the-[By Mr. Del-

lation to sale of lots at Waterford, Penn.
enrolled, 3748.

ano, June 30, 1868.]

sylvania ......
Tonnage fees, joint resolution (H. R. No. 338)

.....693

referred, 8616.
exonerating certain vessels of the United relating to sale of ten-forty bonds..... 1298, Trimble, John, a Representative from Tennes;
States from the payment of, to consular

1301

.2
agents in Canada-[By Mr. Spalding. ]

inclosing an estimate of cost of the United
read and passed, 4003; passed Senate, 4216;

petitions presented by .............9, 490, 1054

States court-house, &c., at Des Moines, bill introduced by-,
approved, 4265.

1476, 2005
In Senate: received from House, 3984;
in regard to appropriation for completion

No. 385--to appropriate money for rebuild-

ing the Tennessee blind-school building,
referred. 4034; reported, '4146; passed,
of custom-house, &c., at Cairo, Illinois,

473
4160, 4161; enrolled, 4210.

1484 joint resolution introduced by--
Tonnage tax, bill (H. R. No. 790) relative to

elative to the erection of an assay office

No. 109--authorizing the Secretary of War

in Idaho.........
fishing license and the payment of the-

.1769

to audit and pay the elaim of Robert T.
[By Mr. Pike.]
relating to the appointment of Assistant

Kirkpatrick, a loyal citizen of Nashville,

Secretary Cooper.......
referred, 1418.

2081

Tennessee.
Toombs, Robert, letter of, to Mayor Wood,

inclosing the address of the Chamber of resolution submitted by-
January 24, 1861........

Commerce of Geneva, Switzerland, 2298
...,584

on repealing the tax on the circulation of

in relation to appointments........
Torpedo machine, resolation in reference to

2330

State banks-[January 28, 1868).....806
in relation to reappraisement of foreign
Weeks's---[By Mr. Donnelly, February 14,

motions made by..
1868.]

manufactures

..38836 remarks on the bill relating to land grants

in relation to tonnage duties on Spanish
objected to, 1184.

to southern railroads......
vessels

13883

leave of absence granted to........ 1908, 1682

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Iowa.........

.89

..1567, 2533

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bill .......

Trimble, Lawrence Sa resolation that the Trowbridge, Rowland E., a Representative Upson, Charles, a Representative from Mich-
oath of office be administered to, and that from Michigan-Continued.

igan-Continued.
he be admitted to a seat as a Representa- resolutions submitted by-

bills introduced by
tive from the first district in Kentucky- in relation to reorganization of the De- No. 493-granting a pension to Abigail
{By Mr. Upson, January 7, 1868.]
partment of Agriculture-[December 9, Reynolds

......637
reported, 362; discussed, 447; adopted, 1867]

..97 No. 494-making an appropriation for the
452; Mr. Trimble sworn in, 452.

for printing the agricultural report for improvement of Saugatuck harbor, in
Trimble, Lawrence S., a Representative from 1867—[May 13, 1868]........ 2441

the State of Michigan.... .......637
Kentucky
...... 452 motions made by..

.403, No. 495-making appropriation for the
(See Contested Election.)

1184, 2582, 3063, 3724, 4062, 4063, 4264 improvement of the harbor of St.
petition presented by.......

...3953 incidental remarks by... .. 210, 720, Joseph and the harbor of South Haven,
bills introduced by-

2441, 8295, 3375, 3538, 3597, 3655, 4468 in the State of Michigan...............637
No. 384-authorizing the building of a remarks on the legislative appropriation bill, No. 548-making an appropriation for

the
railroad bridge across the Ohio river at 1114, 1135, 1136, 1137, 1138, 1139, 3702 improvement of the harbor at New Buf-
Paducah, Kentucky.......

473 on the civil appropriation bill, 1474, 2001 falo, in the State of Michigan.........779
No. 525-granting a pension to Jeremiah on the bill concerning collection districts No. 549 — to establish certain post
T. Hallett ....

.... 736
in Michigan........

.... 2612
routes......

....... 779
No. 1422—appropriating $100,000 for the on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060).....2891, No. 699-granting a pension to Hannah
erection of a custom-house, post office,

3050, 3064, 3073, 3114

Brown.....

........ 1083
and court-rooms at Paducah, Ken- on the resolution concerning the taxation No. 700-to establish a post road from
tacky.........

4000
of United States bonds................ 2936

Cold Water, Michigan, to Flint, in the
report made by..
736 on the order of business...

State of Indiana..........

...... 1083
motions made by.
.945, 2133

3064, 3616, 3723 No. 1188-making an appropriation for
incidental remarks by, 571, 3063, 8097, 3364 on the resolution of instructions on the the payment of the reward offered by
remarks on the Kentucky election (case of tax bill..

....3165

the President of the United States, in
Symes vs. Trimble)................ 418, 452 on the bill relating to the Alexandria April, 1865, for the capture of Jeffer.
on the bill to prevent the payment of cer- canal, ......

.....3200
son Davis......

.. 2935
tain claims.......

738 on the Kentucky election (case of McKee No. 1357-making an appropriation to
on the death of Hon. Elijah Hise, a Rep-

vs. Young)......

...... 3375 reimburse the city of Washington for
resentative from Kentucky..... 744 during call of the House .........3416, 3454 expenses incurred in improving the
on the bill in relation to taxing national on the bill in relation to Fort Gratiot res-

property of the General Government in
bank shares........

.........803
ervation

3724
said city.......

.........8757
on the bill concerning land grants to leave of absence granted to... .2030 resolutions submitted by—

southern railroads..... 807, 811, 814, 975 Truax, George, bill (H. R. No. 256) granting instructing Committee on Commerce to
on the Kentucky election (case of Jobn a pension to, late a private in company inquire into the expediency of improv:

Young Brown) ..............895, 944, 945 H, first regiment Virginia volunteers-[By ing Saugatuck harbor, at the mouth of
on the bill 10 repeal the cotton tax..... 897 Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia.]

the Kalamazoo river, in the State of
on the Military Academy appropriation referred, 90 ; substitute reported and passed, Michigan--[December 9, 1867] .......97

....... 1019, 1021 2909; passed Senate, 4304; enrolled, 4434; in relation to the appointment of civil
on the Kentucky election (case of Samuel
approved, 4198.

officers in the States lately in rebel-
E. Smith).......

........... 1194 In Senate : received from House, 2925; re- lion--[January 6, 1868]..............331
on the resolution reported for the im. ferred, 2935; reported, 3814; passed, that G. G. Symes is not entitled to a seat
peachment of the President, 1358, 1359 4363 ; enrolled, 4442.

as a Representative from the first dis-
on questions relating to impeachment, Trueman, Mrs. Mary J., bill (H. R. No. 886) trict in Kentucky-[January 7, 1868),

1425, 1905
for the relief of-[By Mr. Hubbard, of

862
on the Paducah bridge bill..... ..... 1471, West Virginia.]

that the oath of office be administered to
1472, 1473, 1638 referred, 1759; reported and passed, 3894; Lawrence S. Trimble, and that he be
on the articles of impeachment, 1567, 1604 passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4434; ap- admitted to a seat as a Representative
on the bill to continue the Freedmen's
proved, 4498.

from the first district in Kentucky-
Bureau.....
.1815, 1993 In Senale: received from House and referred,

[January 7, 1868]
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)......3012, 3917; reported, 4145; passed, 4367; en- to pay James H. Birch $2,500 for ex.
3136, 3141, 3143, 3144 rolled, 4442.

penses in prosecuting his claim to a seat
on the bill for the relief of Champe | Tarner, J. T., bill (H. R. No. 1198) for the

a Representative from Missouri-
3131 relief of-[By Mr. Flanders.]

[July 20, 1868].....

.4233, 4254
on the Tennessee election (case of R, R. referred, 2936.

report made by..

...362
..............3198

motions made by
Turner, Jonathan S., joint resolution (S. R.

.832,
on the bill to amend the habeas corpus
No. 147) for the relief of.

452, 830, 898, 979, 1115, 1161, 1450,
on the order of business

1774, 1901, 2328, 2906, 2971, 3199, 8294,
received from Senate, 3271; passed, 4431,
3345 4432; enrolled, 4479.

3310, 3327, 3477, 3625, 3722, 2786, 3883
on the Kentucky election (case of McKee Twichell, Ginery, a Representative from Mas- incidental remarks by ......... 382, 516, 592,
vs. Young)....
....3347 sachusetts.

.988

691, 694, 1012, 1451, 1683, 1703,
petitions presented by........988, 1054, 1068,

1706, 2071, 2198,2328, 2407, 2408,
1369, 1460, 1693, 2143, 2416, 2471, 3381

2409, 2471, 2527, 2569, 2649, 3061,
..4308 bill introduced by-

3202, 3525, 3555, 4001, 4131,4227
No. 1307-in relation to the transporta- remarks on the New Mexico election case, 292
on the resolution for an adjournment to

tion of United States mails by railroad on the Kentucky election (case of Symes
4377

.3364

companies
leave of absence granted to.........2303, 8597

362,

vs. Trimble).
Troops, resolution inquiring the number of,
joint resolution introduced by—

447, 448, 449, 450, 451, 452
stationed along the line of the Union Pa-
No. 228-relative to the post office and on the resolution relating to the District

jail.........

863
cific railroad between Omaha, Nebraska,

sub-Treasury in the city of Boston, 1712
and Great Salt Lake City-[By Mr. Bur-

incidental remarks by........ 1085, 1861, 2288 on the bill granting a pension to Eliza J.
remarks on the legislative appropriation Rennard

735
bill.....

1133, 3702 on the bill granting pensions to the soldiers

1482

on the civil appropriation bill.....
Trowbridge, Rowland E., a Representative

of 1812....

........899
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)......3140 on the Kentucky election (case of John
petitions presented by.....217, 490, 649, 673,

.......2

during call of the House.........3416, 3455 Young Brown)........902, 937, 944, 1161
leave of absence granted to....

...2291, 2505

on the resolution authorizing the Secre-
1,287, 1460, 1620, 1644, 2298, 3508 | Tyler, Henry C., bill (H. R. No. 1002) for tary of War to employ counsel in certain

cases..

,992
No. 550—providing for the sale of a por-

the relief of-[By Mr. Woodward.]
tion of the Fort Gratiot military reser-
referred, 2288.

on drawing for seats...... 1043, 1044, 1085
U.

on Rock Island bridge resolution...... 1087
vation, in St. Clair county, in the State Union Pacific Railroad Company-see Rail- on the legislative appropriation bill...1088,

......... 779
Company.

1110, 1112, 1115, 1141, 1253
to Frances T. Richardson, widow of

on the bill granting a patent to Charles G.

Prge
the late Major General Israel B. Rich-

ing a pension to--[By Mr. Farnsworth.]
referred, 1083.

on the Kentucky election (case of Samuel
3588 | Upson, Charles, a Representative from Mich- E. Smith)
igan.....
......... 2 on the bill relating to the nateralization

1297
petitions presented by........, ....37,

of sailors
217, 295, 552, 745, 1256, 1287, on the civil appropriation bill.......... 1454,
.......779
1330, 1775, 1833, 1886, 2726, 2895

1459, 1476, 1479, 1481, 1486
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Carter, jr ..............

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(See Appendix.)
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284), 3411, 3415
on partisan vindictiveness. ....
(See Appendix.)

September....

leigh, July 7, 1868.]
agreed to, 3804.

from Michigan..........

bills introduced by-

of Michigan

No. 183 granting an increase of pension Upright, Eliza? Ann; bill (1. R. No. 695) grant-

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CCCXXXVIII

Upson, Charles, a Representative from Mich

igan-Continued. remarks on the articles of impeachment, 1619 on the Tennessee election (case of R. R. Butler).....

1690, 1691 on questions relating to impeachment, 1683 on the bill for the relief of James C. Sloo,

.2025 on the bill for the relief of J. S. Cun: ningham .......

.2321, 2323 on the order of business......... 2328, 3345 on the Alta Vela resolution..............2345 on the joint resolution to regnlate the

freigbt tariff on the Pacific railroad, 2421 on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c....

..... 2151 on the resolution asking Senate for a copy

of the impeachment proceedings... 2530 on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a recusant witness.....

.2541, 2668, 2669, 2672, 2945, 2946 on the joint resolution to supply docu.

nients to the national asylums...... 2634 during call of the House....

2648 on the Kentucky election (case of McKee vs. Young)

.2773,

3333, 3372, 3373, 3374 on the bill to confirm certain claims in Yosemite valley........

2816 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)...... 2845,

2853, 2018, 2993, 3039, 3139 on the bill relating to pension...........2875 on the resolution in relation to the clerks'

twenty per cent........... 2936, 2937, 3165 on the bill to admit Arkansas... 2938 on the river and harbor bill......3210, 3211 on the bill to regulate immigrant ships,

3272 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......3494,

3525, 3537, 4089 on the bill distributing the rewards for the captare of Jefferson Davis...........3763,

3764, 3929, 3030, 3934, 3935, 3937 leave of absence granted to......

.2233, 4382 Utah, the Territory of, bill (H. R. No. 202) to

create the office of surveyor general for, and establish a land office in said Terri. tory, and extend the homestead and preemption laws over the same-[By Mr.

Hooper, of Utah.] referred, 6,11; reported, 2813; passed, 2814;

passed Senate with amendments, 3928 ; concurred in, 4090; enrolled, 4131; ap

proved, 4217. In Senate: received from House, 2857;

referred, 2860; referred anew, 3629; reported, 3733 ; passed with amendinents, 3874; agreed to by House, 4095; enrolled,

4096. bill (H. R. No. 203) for the admission of

Deseret into the Union-[By Mr.

Hooper, of Utah.] referred, 6. bill (S. No. 576) relating to the district

courts of.
received from Senate, 3928 ; passed, 4491 ;
enrolled, 4496.

V.
Vacancies, bill (S. No. 352) to authorize the

temporary supplying of, in the Executive

Departments.
received from Senate, 1183 ; referred, 1769;

substitute reported and passed with amend.
ment, 3765; agreed to by Senate with
amendment, 4061; disagreed to by House,
4062; conference, 4062, 4082; conference
report, 4133; agreed to by Senate, 4133;
discussed, 4133; disagreed to by House,
4135; new conference, 4135, 4182; con-
ference report, 4259; agreed to by Senate,
4217; discussed, 4259, 4261, 4263, 4295;
report agreed to by House; 4296; by Sen.

ate, 4302; enrolled, 4306. remarks by

Mr. Boutwell,3765,4062,4183,4184,4135
Mr. Bromwell...

.4260
Mr. Eldridge.

..4261
Mr. Farnsworth..
Mr. Logan.

4259, 4260

Vacancies, bill (S. No. 352)-Continued. Van Aernam, Henry, a Representative from
remarks by-

New York--Continued.
Mr. Marshall

4134, 4135 resolution submitted by—
Mr. McKee..... .4134, 4290, 4262 instructing Committee on Invalid Pensions
Mr. Myers, 4134, 4135, 4260, 4261, 4295

to inquire whether the Pension Bureau Mr. Pomeroy..

.4259,

cannot be reorganized so as to promote 4260, 4261, 4262, 4263, 4295

the efficiency and economy of its adminMr. Welker.......

4260, 4261

istration-[February 12, 1868)...... 1127

reports made by ...........592, 735, 736, 1012, yeas and nays on the .........

.4135, 4295

1043, 1450, 3104, 3105, 3327, 3524, 3896 Van Aernam, Henry, a Representative from

motions made by...... 592, 735, 786, New York .........

......... 2

1042, 1043, 1450, 3104, 3105, 3327, 3896 peticions presented by, 62, 490,592, 649, 1117,

remarks on the bill granting a pension to 1308, 1759, 2387, 2416, 2827, 3598, 4396

Sarah Hackleman....

3524 bills introduced by

on the river and harbor bill. ....... 3564 No. 412--for the relief of John McManus, leave of absence granted to, 1906, 2412, 3364

of Chautauqua county, New York...474 Van Auken, Daniel M., a Representative from No. 464--10 establish a post route from Pennsylvania ...

2 Little Valley to Randolph, New York, bills introduced by

636 No. 536---for the establishment of a post No. 463-to amend an act for the relief

route from Damascus, via West Damasof certain drafted men, approved Feb. cus and New Albany, to Philadelphia, ruary 28, 1867........... ....635

778 No. 613-making an appropriation for the No. 1065—to establish a post road...2457 completion of the improvements of the incidental remarks by.....

2310, harbor at Dunkirk, New York........934

2498, 2649, 2650 No. 736-extending a post route from remarks on the resolution reported for the

Chapelsburg to Humphrey's Centre, impeachment of the President...... 1398

Cattaraugus county, New York .....1216 (See Appendix.)
No. 828—for the relief of Captain William on the articles of impeachment, 1551, 1617
McKean...
.1150 on the order of business...

.2304 No. 876--to extend the provisions of the on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060), 8042, 3070

acts of July 22, 1861, and July 28, 1866, leave of absence granted to... .2308,
in relation to bounties......
1750

2329, 3089, 3730 No. 456-granting a pension to the minor | Vanderbilt, resolution inquiring what service

children of Pleasant Stoops...........592 the United States steamship, is employed No. 5:22-granting a pension to W. W. in, where stationed, and the present eon: Cunningham ......

.735 dition of the hull and machinery of said No. 524-granting a pension to Austin M. vessel--[By Mr. Taber, January 22, 1868.] Partridge....

.....735

agreed to, 687. No. 523--granting a pension to James S. Van Gilder, Esther C. C., bill (H. R. No. Todd ......

736 1395) granting a pension to, widow of No. 612-granting a pension to William Charles F. Van Gilder, deceased, late 8

Chamberlain, a soldier of the war of private in company M, first regiment Ver. 1812. ......

.934 mont heavy artillery volunteers-[By Mr. No. 609-granting a pension to the widow Miller.]

and children of Myron Wilklow.....1042 reported and passed, 3891 ; passed Senate, No. 670--granting a pension to the widow 4395; enrolled, 4435; approved, 4497.

and children of Andrew Holman... 1042 In Senate: received from House and reNo. 671-granting a pension to the widow ferred, 3917; reported, 4197 ; passed,

of Henry Kaneday ... ....... 1042 4368 ; enrolled, 4443. No. 672-granting a pension to the widow Van Hoffman, L. A. & Co., bill (H. K. No. and minor children of Charles W. Wil. 912) to authorize the payment of the

1042 claim of William H. Newman & Co. and, No. 673-granting a pension to Saffrona C. of New York city-[By Mr. Taber. ]

Phelps, widow of John S. Phelps... 1042 referred, 1900.
No. 674-granting a pension to the widow Van Horn, Burt, a Representative from New

of William S. Hamlin ................. 1043 York
No. 675—granting a pension to the widow petitions presented by.

719, 815, and child of Cornelius L. Rice..... 1043

980, 1142, 2332, 2387, 2686, 2810, 2827 No. 676-granting a pension to Thomas bills introduced byConnolly

....1043

No. 314--to amend section eleven of the
No. 1408--granting a pension to Catharine
Gensler.

supplemental pension act approved June
...1408
6, 1866 .....

229 No. 827--granting a pension to Ann Wil. No. 791- for the relief of the beirs of

1450 No. 829--granting a pension to Mrs. Susan

Captain Joshua Chamberlain, deceased,

1418
Ten Eyck Williamson... ........1450 No. 792--to provide for the construction
No. 1245-granting a pension to Mathew
C. Griswold.

of a ship.canal around the Falls of ....3104

Niagara..... No. 1246-granting a pension to the widow No. 1363-granting a pension to Emily B, and minor chiluren of Hiram Hitch

Bidwell, widow of Brigadier General cock....

.......3104
Daniel D. Bidwell........

....3758
No. 1247--granting a pension to Orlena
Walters......

joint resolution introduced by

...3104 No. 216—to authorize the Secretary of No. 1248--granting a pension to Elizabeth

War to place at the disposal of the Lin; Richardson.....

.3104

coln Monument Association damaged No. 1249-granting a pension to Margaret C. Long......

and captured ordnance.......

.3105 resolutions submitted byNo. 1250---granting a pension to James

calling for information relative to the har

.....3105 bor at Wilson, Niagara county, New No. 1251-granting a pension to Charles Hamstead

York, and the propriety of making an

....3105 No. 1252-granting a pension to the chil.

appropriation for the improvement of dren of Garrett W. Freer......

said harbor-[February 26, 1868]... 1449

....3105 in relation to the Niagara ship-canalNo. 1406-granting a pension to Patrick Collins...

[July 7, 1868]....

.8896 report made by....... No. 1407-grunting a pension to John

motions made by...... 1044, 1451, 2289, 4092 Gridley.......

........3896 No. 1409-granting a pension to Asa F.

incidental remarks by........1188, 1450, 2570 Holcomb

remarks on the resolution allowing ......8896

to two committees...

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CCCXXXIX
Van Horn, Burt, a Representative from New Van Trump. Philadelph, a Representative Van Wyck, Charles H., a Representative from
York - Continued.
from Ohio-Continued.

New York-Continued.
remarks on the resolution reported for the bills introduced by-

resolutions submitted by-
impeachment of the President......1388 No. 471-to establish a post road from calling for information in reference to the
on the joint resolution concerning the Lin- Berne station, via Hartzler, Fairfield Indian lands in Kansas-[December
colo Monument Association.......... 1450 county, Ohio, to West Rushville, Fair. 11, 1867)

..134
on the Connecticut avenue railway bill, field. county, Ohio.......

....636 inquiring the reasons for the exemption
2163, 2164, 2388, 3881 No. 918-to establish a post road from of the scheme known as “The Gettys-
on the bill to admit North Carolina to rep- New Holland, in Pickaway county, burg Asylum for Invalid Soldiers” from
resentation in Congress....... .2455

Ohio, via Clarksburg and Greenland, in the payment of the special tax-[De-
on the river and harbor bill...... 2611, 3565 Ross county, to Chillicothe, Ohio, 1900 cember 12, 1867]....

162
on Republican policy........

.4140 No. 1262--granting a pension to Wesley requesting the Commissioner of Internal
leave of absence granted to.

.2937
P. Davis....

.3164

Revenue to revoke the permit hereto-
Van Horn, Robert T., resolution that, is enti- No 1264--for granting a pension to Sarah fore given exempting the Gettysburg

tled to a seat in this House as a Repre- Benedum, widow of N. Benedum, 3164 Asylum for Disabled Soldiers from the
sentative from the sixth district of Mis- No. 1263-granting a pension to Joseph payment of special tax and license-
souri-[By Mr. Poland, December 18,

A. Fry

3164

[January 22, 1868].............. 691
1867.]
joint resolution introduced by-

in reference to the cost of the arrest and
reported, 257; discussed, 389, 399; adopted, No. 117–providing for an amendment of trial of John H. Surratt, &c.-(January
403.
section thirty of an act entitled “An 27, 1868]..

.... 784
Van Horn, Robert T., a Representative from act to provide a national currency se- inquiring why the railroads between Bal.
Missouri....

.2

cured by a pledge of United States timore and New York city receive for
(See Contested Election.)

bonds, and to provide for the circula-

the transportation of the mails $100
petitions presented by....
.217, tion and redemption thereof”.

...91

per mile more than first class roads,
403, 490, 649, 745, 785, 1693 resolutions submitted by-

like the New York and Erie-[Febru-
bills introduced by-
in relation to the printing of a book known

ary 26, 1868]....

....... 1449
No. 367-to provide for the consolidation as “ Tributes of the Nations to Abra- inquiring the number of general and spe.
of the Indian tribes and the organization ham Lincoln”—[May 25, 1868].....2570 cial agents in the Treasury Department,
of a system of government in the In- for the purchase of the Bastile key-[June their compensation, &c.-[February 26,
dian territory..
340 1, 1868]....

.2751
1868).

1151
No. 696–for the relief of Hull & Cozzens incidental remarks by ........

..890,

directing the Secretary of the Treasury
and John Naylor & Co................. 1083

2021, 2227, 2570, 2751, 4494

to suspend work on the new clock and
No. 697 – regulating the terms of the remarks on the President's message.....162, weather-vane on the custom-house at
United States court for the western dis-

172, 175, 177

New York city until he reports to this
trict of Missouri.....

.... 1083 on the supplementary reconstruction bill House the estimated expense of the
No. 728—relating to the Bureau of Steam (H. R. No. 439).... ........514, 001

same-[February 27, 1868)...........1435
Engineering in the Navy Department, on the bill (H. R. No. 5841) concerning in reference to estimates of the cost of the

1177

the rights of American citizens abroad,
No. 976—amendatory of an act entitled

proposed post office and court-house
832, 1127

building in the city of New York-
"An act making appropriations for the on drawing for seats......

1043
naval service for the year 1863,"

[March 6, 1868]...

1707
ap- on the resolution reported for the impeach-
proved July 14, 1862........

for printing extra copies of the report of
2193
ment of the President........

1393
No. 977—to amend an act entitled "An

the Committee on Retrenchment on
(Not published.)
act to reorganize the Navy Department

whisky frauds--[March 13, 1868), 1869
on the bill (H. R. No. 768) concerning the
of the United States," approved July 5,
rights of American citizens abroad,

inquiring why the members of the eighty.
1862....

fourth regiment of New York volun-
2193

1800, 1801, 1803, 1805, 2311
No. 1187--granting the right of way and
on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c.,

teers, who served three years, are al-
lands to the Pecos and Placer Mining

2152, 2453

lowed only fifty dollars additional
and Ditch Company of New Mexico, on the resolution for printing the “Tribuie

bounty-[March 26, 1868]........... 2137
2935
to Abraham Lincoln'',

2570

in relation to the sale of the iron elads
No. 1208—to provide for the consolidation on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a

Oneota and Catawba-[May 8, 1868],
of the Indian tribes, and to organize a

recusant witness... ......2588, 2669, 2702
system of government in the Indian on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)....... 2815,

directing the Committee for the District
territory.....

.2977
2816, 2893, 2920, 2950, 3042, 3015

of Columbia to inquire into the expe-
joint resolution introduced by-
on the bill for the relief of Champe Car-

diency ot' requiring the Georgetown and
No. 159-in regard to rights of natural-

ter, jr.....

3131

Washington Railroad Company to run
ized citizens....
on the river and harbor bill...... .3206

their cars at greater speed-[May 14,
....636
report made by.

2457

1868]......
2977 on the bill to promote American com-
motion made by...

in reference to the imprisonment of Aineri.
......... 1861
incidental remarks by...............3758, 3765
on the bill to amend the habeas corpils

can citizens abroad-[June 25, 1868),
remarks on the Missouri contested-election

act........
3268

3223
during call of the House...... 3116
......399

in relation to the absence of the United
on the Kentucky election (case of John

on reconstruction....

4063

States consul at Panama-[July 24,
Young Brown)....

1868].......

4427
943

on the Indian appropriation bill......4304,
on the articles of impeachment........ 1616

4305, 4306
report made by...

..1829
on sundry questions relating to impeach-

leave of absence granted to, 2233, 3658, 3981 motions made by 162, 1303, 2361, 2400
ment......
Van Wyck, Charles H., a Representative from incidental remarks by.

.1183, 1771,
during call of the House....

.2364
New York...

.89

2130, 2137, 2409. 3223, 3477, 3554
on the Indian appropriation bill......

2684,

petitions presented by .........876, 1250, 1693 remarks on the Gettysburg asylum gist enter:

bills introduced by-
2685, 2709, 2710, 2711

prise....

506
on the joint resolution relative to the

No. 449--authorizing the Secretary of the on the joint resolution to provide for the
Cherokee and Osage Indian lands, 2814,

Treasury to change the name of the ship examination of distillery meters ....422,
Ericssou to Grand Duchess............566

429, 430, 445
leave of absence granted to ......... 1218, 2335

2815, 2816

No. 634-making a grant of land to the on the Dubuque and Sioux City railroad
Van Nordstrand, David, bill (H. R. No. 455)
Midland Pacitic Railway Company, to bill....

570
granting a pension to—[By Mr. Perham.)

aid in the construction of a certain rail. on the bill for the sale of the arsenalgrounds
reported and passed, 592; passed Senate

road in Nebraska .............. ......... 778

at St. Louis...

..... 716
with amendments,' 8336; concurred in,

No. 761—to construct a wagon-road from on the bill to incorporate the Washington
3346; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3731.

West Point, in the county of Orange, Target-Shooting Association........ ...830
In Senate: -received from House, 627; re-

State of New York, to Cornwall Land-
ferred, 632; reported, 1911; passed with

ing, in said county.

........... 1217

cutting screws..... 1179, 1180, 1182, 1183
amendments, 3317; concurred in by House,

No. 894-10 reduce the expenses of the on the Army appropriation bill.0... 1280,
8848; enrolled, 3359.

Government

........ 1760

s 1283, 1284, 1285, 1286, 1302, 1303
Van Trump, Philadelph, a Representative
joint resolutions introduced by-

on the resolution concerning contracts of
from Ohio

No. 105—authorizing the Comptroller of the Post Office Department -.. 1295
petitions presented by ........

2

the Currency to revoke the order ap. ot on the naval appropriation bill..........1328
.....605, 1094,

1481,
1330, 1460, 1939, 1974, 2030, 2760

pointing a receiver to take charge of on the civil appropriation bill
any bank, and to restore said bank to

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1608, 1510

. 1619
the owners.thereof.............

on the articles of impeachmenti...
No. 233—in regard to the fees of clerks on the joint resolution concerning

captured
and marshals in bankrupt cases.....1869 property. 1764, 1766, 1767, 1708

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bills introduced by-
No. 434–establish a post route from
Shadesville, Ohio, io Genoa, Ohio, 475

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