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Van Wyck, Charles H., a Representative from Vessels-Continried.

Vessels-Continued. New York--Continued.

resolution inquiring the number of, built, bill (H. R. No. 1120) to authorize the Secremarks on the joint resolution relative to purchased, or chartered for the War retary of the Treasury to change the

the Boston post office.......... 1770, 1771 Department since April 1, 1861, their names of certain-[By Mr. Eliot.] on the report on the cancellation and

names and tonnage, cost, &c.-[By Mr. reported and passed, 2612; passed Senate, destruction of United States bonds, 1828, Randall, January 27, 1868.]

8271; enrolled, 3299; approved, 3731. 1829, 1830, 1831, 1849, 1851, agreed to, 784.

In Senate : received from House, 2600; 1852, 1854, 1855, 1856, 1857 resolution calling for a statement of the referred, 2622; reported, 2856; passed, on the report in reference to whisky number of, owned by the United States 3242; enrolled, 3279. frauds........

1860, 1869 on the 1st of January, 1861, of their bill (H. R. No. 1285) to repeal an act cou. on the order of business...

..2022
armament, the number of officers and

cerning the registering and recording of on the bill to exempt certain manufactures men employed, their annual pay, and ships or, approved December 21, 1792– from tax

... 2107, 2173

the annual expenses of the entire Naval [By Mr. Pike.] on the House joint resolution to regulate Department for five years preceding referred, 3363

the freight tariff on the Pacific rail- that day--[By Mr. Selye, Jan. 27, 1868.) bill (S. No. 505) to amend an act entitled road....... ....... 2180, 2421, 2426, 2427 agreed to, 784.

"An act concerning the registering and on the Donnelly and Washburne contro- bill" (H. R. No. 622) to repeal section five recording of ships or." versy...

...2360, 2361 of an act entitled "An act concerning received from Senate, 3271; referred, 3477; on sundry questions relating to impeach- the registering and recording of ships reported and passed, 3732; enrolled, ment...

...2364
or,'' approved December 31, 1792-[By

3762. on the bill to admit Arkansas to repre

Mr. Buckland.]

Veto of the bill (S. No. 213) to amend an act sentation in Congress.... 2392 referred, 934.

entitled "An act to amend the judiciary act on the Puget Sound railroad bill...... 2442 joint resolution (H. R. No. 198) to authorize

passed the 24th of September, 1789"... 2165 on the bill to admit North Carolina, the Secretary of the Treasury to pre- of the bill (H. R. No. 1039) to admit the &c.............

....... 2453 scribe rules and regulations for regis- State of Arkansas to representation in on the bill for the relief of William McGar. tration of certain, of western and north- Congress ....

..,3330 rahan.......... ,2473, 2474, 2475, 2478 ern lakes on payment of internal revenue of the bill (H. R. No. 1058) to admit the on the resolution asking Senate for a copy

tax-[By Mr. Spalding.)

States of North Carolina, South Carolina, of the impeachment proceedings... 2530 referred, 1083.

Louisiana, Georgia, and Alabama to repon the resolution in reference to the death bill (H. R. No. 875) to indemnify owners resentation in Congress...

.3484 of ex-President Buchanan .......... 2810, of, for property sacrificed to save human of the joint resolution (S. R. No. 139) ex2811, 2817 life at sea-[By Mr. Eliot.)

cluding from the Electoral College votes on the clerks' twenty per cent. resolu- referred, 1759.

of States lately in rebellion which shall tion ......

.2937

bill (S. No. 373) to amend an act entitled not have been reorganized................4258 on the joint resolution in regard to the

"An act to provide for recording the con- of the bill (8. No. 567) relative to the Freedsale of damaged ordnance... ...3376 veyances of,'' approved July 29, 1850.

men's Bureau, and providing for its dison the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284), 3381, received from Senate, 1960; referred, continuance.

.4479 3397 2029.

Victoria, joint resolution (H. R. No. 331) to on the bill for the relief of contractors for bill (H. R. No. 1007) to amend an act enti

grant an American register to the Hairon-clads ...

..3554, 4415

tled "An act concerning the registering waiian brig-[By Mr. Axtell.) during call of the House..... ........3455

and recording of ships or,'' approved reported and passed, 3967; passed Senate, on the rights of American citizens abroad,

December 30, 1792-[By Mr. Lynch.] 4216; approved, 4255.
4182
referred, 2291.

In Senate : received from House, 3956 ; reresolution calling for information in regard (See Appendix.)

ferred, 3983; reported, 4146; passed,

to, and property captured or destroyed on the resolution for an adjournment to

4161; enrolled, 4210.

by the Navy from April 15, 1861, to September..... 4376

Vidal, Michael, a Representative from Louis

April 20, 1865—[By Mr. O'Neill, April iana on the purchase of Alaska......

.4186,4215 ...3589 leave of absence granted to..

80, 1868.]

Virginia--see Reconstruction.

adopted, 2333. Varian, Mary Randall, bill (H. R. No. 1441)

Volunteer officers, joint resolution (H. R. No. joint resolution (H. R. No. 254) for the

121) in relation to retaining certain---[By granting a pension to-[By Mr. Spald

protection of American interests in the Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.] ing]

Gulf of St. Lawrence-[By Mr. Pike.] referred, 153 referred, 4252.

referred, 2332; reported, 2372; discussed, Vaughn, Annie, bill (H. R. No. 824) granting

2372, 2375; passed, 2379; explanation,

Votes, bill (H, R. No. 800) to provide for the a pension to-[By Mr. Beatty.]

2400.

rejection as void of all, cast at any elecreported and passed, 1450; passed Senate, In Senate : received from House and re

tion for members of the House of Repro3340; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3731.

ferred, 2417.

sentatives of the United States for any In Senate: Received from House, 1463 ; remarks by

person known to be ineligible by the per: referred, 1464; reported, 1669; passed,

Mr. Banks...

...2379

Bons casting them--[By Mr. Coburn.] 3322; enrolled, 8869.

referred, 1418.

Mr. Benjamin ............ 2372, 2373, 2374 Ventilator, resolution instructing Committee Mr. Blaine.....

...2378 on Public Buildings and Grounds to in

Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.. ...2373 || Wade, Mary Anu, bill (H. R. No. 884) for the quire into the practicability of applying

Mr. Chanler

..2373, 2374 relief of-[By Mr. Sawyer.] Gouge's atmospheric, to the Hall of this

Mr. Eldridge..

.2378 referred, 1759. House, with the cost thereof-[By Mr.

Mr. Farnsworth

.2374 Wagner, William, bill (H. R. No. 1440) for the Lawrence, of Pennsylvania, February 12,

Mr. Harding

(2379 relief of-[By Mr. Cake.] 1868.]

Mr. Kelley

.2378, 2379 referred, 4252. agreed to, 1127.

Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.

,2374 Wagon-road, bill (H. R. No. 355) granting Vessels—see Passengers.

Mr. Miller

.2877 lands to the State of Wisconsin for &(By resolution calling for information in refer.

Mr. Myers...

2377, 2378 Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin.] ence to public, sold since the close of

Mr. Phelps

.2400, 2401 referred, 831.

Mr. Pike the war, and the proceeds of said sales

.2332, 2872, 2373, 2374, bill (H. R. No. 708) to construct a, from [By Mr. Banks, December 12, 1867.]

2376, 2377, 2378, 2379, 2400, 2401 Cinnamon to Virginia City, New Mex. objected to, 108; agreed to, 152.

Mr. Pile...

.2377, 2379 ico-[By Mr. Clever. ]

Mr. Randall resolution calling for certain information in

.2374 referred, 1083; reported adversely, 8943. regard to the names, number, tonnage,

Mr. Robinson

2379 bill (H. R. No. 1269) to provide for the con; Mr. Scofield

.2374 &c., of, belonging to the Navy Depart

struction of a, for military and postal ment-[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois,

Mr. Spalding

.2374

purposes through the Territories of DaJanuary 6, 1868.]

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois..... 2372, kota, Montana, and Washington-[By

2873, 2374, 2879, 2400 Mr. Cavanaugh. ] adopted, 333; motion to renew the call,

Mr. Wilson, of Iowa.....

.2400 referred, 3164. - 1860, yeas and nays on the.............. 2374, 2379 bill (H. R, No. 761) to construct a,

from bill (H. R. No. 378) to further regulate the

bili (H. R. No. 1119) for the registration or West Point, in the county of Orange, registry of-[By Mr. Humphrey. ]

enrollment of certain foreign-[By Mr. State of New York, to Cornwall Landing, referred, 473. Eliot.]

in said county-[By Mr. Van Wyck.) joint resolution (H. R. No. 155) in relation

reported and passed, 2612; passed Sen- referred, 1217; reported and passed, 4051; to, enrolled and licensed for employ. ate, 2974; enrolled, 4002; approved, passed Senate, 4088; enrolled, 4173 ; ment in the coasting trade and fisheries4255.

approved, 4422. [By Mr. Moore.]

In Senate: received from House, 2600 ; In Senate : received from House, 4031; referred, 636; reported, 2324; recommit

referred, 2622; reported, 3767 ; passed, referred, 4031; reported and passed, ted, 2372. 3954; enrolled, 8988.

4075; enrolled, 4161.

.....4392

W.

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Sean

Wagon-roads, bill (H. R. No. 650) to amend War Department-Continued.

the act of March 3, 1865, providing for the resolution calling for certain inforination in
construction of certain, in Dakota Terri. regard to the adıninistration of the
tory--[By Mr. Burleigh.)

[By Mr. Burr, December 19, 1867.]
referred, 935; reported and passed, 1470 ; referred, 286.

passed Senate with amendment, 2037; re- resolution instructing Committee on Military
called by Senate, 3236; returned, 3236 ; Affairs to inquire whether the expenses
passed Senate with amendments, 3535; of the, cannot be reduced by mustering
agreed to, 3888; enrolled, 3989; approved, out of service supernumerary adjutant
4004.

generals and inspector generals--[By
In Senate : received from House, 1464; re- Mr. Polsley, January 28, 1868.]
ferred, 1486; reported, 2623 ; passed with agreed to, 805.
amendment, 2624; recalled from House, resolution for printing extra copies of the
3218; returned, reconsidered, and recom- correspondence between the President
mitted, 3243 ; reported, 3463 ; passed with and General Grant concerning the vaca-
amendment, 3505 ; concurred in by House, tion of the--[By Mr. Windom, February
8872; enrolled, 3904.

10, 1868. ]
Walker, Gideon, bill (H. R. No. 477) for the referred, 1084.

relief of the heirs of, of Indiana-[By Mr. resolution requesting the President to trans-
Hunter. ]

mit further correspondence with Gen-
referred, 686; reported adversely, 2538; eral Grant on the subject of the recent
discussed, 2538.

vacation of the-[By Mr. Brooks, Feb.
remarks by-

ruary 10, 1868. ]
Mr. Holman....

2539

agreed to. 1087.
Mr. Hunter..

.2538, 2539 joint resolution (H. R. No. 203) reducing
Mr. Paine......

.2538, 2539 the expenses of the-[By Mr. Ketcham.]
Mr. Washburn, of Indiana... 2538 reported, 1160; passed, 1161; passed

Mr. Washburn, of Mass......... 2538, 2539 Senate, 1250; enrolled, 1280 ; approved,
Wallace, Margaret Ann, bill (H. R. No. 1227)

1319.
granting a pension to--[By Mr. Burr.] In Senate: received from Honse, 1144 ;
reported and passed, 3102 ; passed Senate, referred, 1162; reported, 1162; dis-
4296 ; enrolled, 4302; approved, 4422.

cussed, 1231 ; passed, 1232; enrolled,
In Senate : received from House and re-

1260.
ferred, 3119; referred anew, 3900 ; re- Ward, Margaret, bill (H. R. No. 709) for the

ported, 4146 ; passed, 4270; enrolled, 4275. relief ot-[By Mr. Clever.]
Wallace, M. A., bill (H. R. No. 694) granting referred, 1083; reported adversely, 3555.

a pension to, widow of Brigadier General | Ward, Hon. Hamilton, letter of, to Charles
W. H. L. Wallace-[By Mr. Cook.]

Francis Adams, United States minister,
referred, 1093.

&c........

....334
Walters, Orlena, bill (H. R. No. 958) for the
relief of-[By Mr. Gravely.]

Ward, Hamilton, a Representative from New
York .........

.........36
referred, 2070.

.490,

petitions presented by......
bill (H. R. No. 1247) granting a pension
to—[By Mr. Van Aernam.]

720, 950, 1256, 1862, 2811

bills introduced by-
reported and passed, 3104 ; passed Senate,
4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498.

No. 217--to provide bounty for James C.
In Senate: received from House and re-

Hewett and six others, members of com-
ferred, 3119; reported, 3954; passed,

pany F, thirty-fifth New York volun.

............53

teers
4366; enrolled, 4443.
Wampanoag, resolution calling for copy of the

No: 562-for the relief of William A. Ca-
order directing a trial of the United States

hill, late first lieutenant of the eighty-

ninth New York volunteers............ 780
steamer, together with the reports of the
trial of said vessel-[By Mr. Pike, July

No. 1070--for the relief of James Rock, of
8, 1868.]

Saginaw, in the State of Michigan...2460
agreed to, 3853.

joint resolutions introduced by--
Wands, Catbarine, bill (S. No. 497) for the

No. 210—in relation to mustering out
relief of.

quartermasters, &c......... .1418
received from Senate, 3845; referred, 3346;

No. 240---in relation to retiring oflicers of
reported and passed, 8898.

the Army.....

.....1900

No. 260-for the purchase of a full-length
War Department, calls for information upon,

portrait of the late President Lincoln,
51, 134, 286, 361, 417, 551, 602, 687,

2407
633, 784, 936, 1053, 1116, 1513,

resolutions submitted by-
1668, 1797, 1806, 2164, 2291, 2441, instructing Committee on the Rules to

2872, 2976, 3029, 3174, 3613, 3804
communications from ......11, 36, 37, 67,

report a rule that will confine members
152,

to the legitimate objects of a personal.
157, 213, 260, 295, 333, 363, 371,

explanation-[December 11, 1867], 134
399, 447, 476, 571, 668, 736, 781,

requesting Committee on Foreign Affairs
784, 844, 875, 977, 1019, 1112,

to investigate the matter of the arrest
1161, 1183, 1282, 1326, 1421, 1449, and imprisonment of Daniel Fitzgerald
1638, 1712, 1828, 1934, 2108, 2137,

by the British authorities-[January 6,
2165, 2199, 2236, 2288, 2289, 2324,

1868]
2333, 2362, 2368, 2633, 2592, 2804,

instructing the Committee on Military Af-
2812, 2943, 2971, 3034, 3063, 3202, fairs to inquire what further legislation
3226, 3238, 3294, 3439, 3462, 3552, is needed for the protection of soldiers
3589, 3613, 3692, 3804, 3884, 3981,

and sailors from the frauds of claim
4052, 4124, 4182, 4224, 4306, 4380
communication relating to trial of Albert M.

agents-[March 4, 1868)........... ... 1668

inquiring what extra compensation has

.213
withdrawing recommendation of an in.

been allowed to civil and military offi.

cers who were authorized by the act of
crease of twenty per cent. to the pay of

July 20, 1867, to act as a commission to

.213
transmitting correspondence between the

establish peace with certain hostile In-
President and General Grant in rela.

dian tribes-[May 21, 1868)........... 2544
tion to the Secretary of War............ 977

calling for copies of all vouchers on file
transmitting an order from the President

with the accounting officers for expend-
removing Hon. Edwin M. Stanton from

itures made by authority of the Indian
office as Secretary for the Department

peace commission under the act of July

20, 1867-[June 22, 1868]......... ...3377

1326
in reference to the discontinuance of the

. 1540
report made by..

motions made by .:32, 801, 949, 1540,
...1817

1869, 2544, 2571, 339, 3377, 1191, 4492

Ward, Hamilton, a Representative from New

York-Coniinued.
incidental remarks by ......117, 153, 156, 210,

280, 489, 1286, 1419, 1860, 2029,
2108, 2216, 2498, 2504, 2528, 2835,
3199, 3223, 3331, 3365, 3375, 8377,

4215, 4255, 4263, 4310, 4311, 4334
remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from
internal tax........

.36, 398
on the resolution for the impeachment of

the President reported from the Judi-

ciary Committee....... ........66, 67, 68
on the resolution concerning the inspec.

tion of papers in the Post Office De-
partment

................ 107
on the resolution in regard to the arrest

of David Fitzgerald abroad......333, 334
on the Missouri election (case of Birch

rs. Van Horn).......................899, 401
on the joint resolution to provide for the

examination of distillery meters....427
on the President's message.........462, 463
on the supplementary reconstruction bill

(H. R. No. 439)......583, 584, 648, 664
on the bill for the sale of the arsenal
grounds at St. Louis.......

........ 715
on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri-

can citizens abroad. ........ 865, 866
on the articles of impeachment........

1606
on the Tennessee election (case of R. R.
Butler)..........

1665
on the bill for the relief of the heirs of
General Duncan L. Clinch........ 1867,

1902, 1903, 1904
on the Donnelly and Washburne contro-
versy....

....... 2358, 2359
on the bill to admit Arkansas to repre-

sentation in Congress.......
(Not published.)
on the bill to admit South Carolina, &c.,

2450
on the bill for the relief of James Rock,

2460
on the bill for the relief of William Mc-
Garrahan........

....... 2478
on the impeachment trial-alleged corrupt

practices.......
on the order of business, 2535, 2541, 2681
on the Indian appropriation bill....... 2641

2643, 4304
during call of the House ........, 2045, 2646
on the bill to increase registers' and re-

ceivers' compensation.......
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)..... 2848,

2854, 2876, 2877, 3136, 3138
on the bill relating to the Indian commis-
sion appropriation.

.3175
on the bill for the relief of Chanipe Car-
ter, jr......

..... 8131, 8132
on the bill to relieve certain citizens of

North Carolina from political disabili.
ties...

3301, 3366, 3367
on the joint_resolution in regard to mail

service in Dakota..... .8311, 3312, 3326
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......8337
on the resolution for an adjournment to

September............ 4376, 4377, 4378
on the joint resolution for the relief of cer-
tain contractors for iron-clads ......4396,

4413, 4414, 4415
on the bill for the relief of Israel T. Can-
by's sureties........

.4432, 4433
leave of absence granted to....... ...1109
Ward, Thomas W., bill (S. No. 542) for the

relief of, collector of customs at Corpus

Christi, Texas.
received from Senate, 3271 ; referred, 3476 ;

reported and passed, 3883; enrolled, 3886.
bill (H. R. No. 962) for the relief of—[By

Mr. Eliot.]

referred, 2070.
Wardell, Edward W., bill (H. R. No. 1289)

for the relief of-[By Mr. Woodward.)
referred, 3363.
Warden, bill (H. R. No. 419) to provide for

the appointment of a, and physician of
the jail in the District of Columbia, and
for å stenographer of the supreme court

thereof-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
referred, 178

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War Claims-see Claims.

....334

D. C. Lusx......

the clerks....

of War

Freedmen's Bureau ........

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Ware, Emma, bill (H. R. No. 1000) for the Washburn, Cadwalader C., a Representative | Washburn, Cadwalader C., a Representative
relief of-[By Mr. Hunter.]
from Wisconsin-Continued.

from Wisconsin- Continued.
referred, 2289.
bills introduced by-

remarks on the joint resolution relating to the Warehouse, joint resolution (S. R. No. 117) No. 355—granting lands to the State of Northern Pacific railroad .............3588

to authorize the erection of a, at Fort Wisconsin for a wagon road........... 331 on the bill for distributing the rewards for Monroe, Virginia.

No. 961-making an appropriation for the the capture of Jefferson Davis......3935 received from Senate, 1693; passed, 1848 ; improvement of the Mississippi river be- leave of absence granted to ......... 2297, 3982 enrolled, 1859.

tween the mouth of the Minnesota river Washburne, Elihu B., a Representative from Warehouses, bill (H. R. No. 316) to amend an and St. Anthony's Falls...... ........ 2070 Illinois

2 act entitled “An act to extend the ware- No. 1085-to amend an act entitled "An petitions presented by..

.453 housing system by establishing private act to aid in the construction of certain

815, 901, 1094, 2652, 2686, 4227, bonded-[By Mr. Lynch.)

railroads in the State of Wisconsin," bills introduced by-referred, 241.

approved May 5, 1864......... .2326 bill (H. R. No. 786) declaring St. George joint resolutions introduced by

No. 233—to provide for the record of

deeds in the clerk's office of district and and Boothbay, in the State of Maine, No. 167—in relation to the prosecution of and San Antonio, Texas, ports of de claims before the Departinents. ....., 637

circuit courts, United States............90 livery, and authorizing the establish- No. 209—to provide for the regulation of

No. 234-to prevent the payment of certain

claims........ ment of bonded, at Bucksport and Vinal fare on the lines of the Pacific rail.

.....90 Haven, in the State of Maine-[By Mr.

No. 313-making, partial appropriations way

.2118 Eliot. No. 283-relating to confederate property

for deficiencies in the appropriations for reported and passed, 1932; passed Sen

tbe service of the Government for the in foreign countries...

..2773 ate with amendments, 2614; concurred resolutions submitted by

fiscal year ending 30th June, 1868...215 in, 2712 ; enrolled, 2751 ; approved,

No. 346-to authorize the sale of the Laza. calling for all correspondence in regard to 2876.

retto near Philadelphia........ „,331

the question of Russian America-[De. In Senate: received from House, 1870 ;

No. 411—for the relief of Almira Wyeth, 474 cember 19, 1867)...

..286 referred, 1871; reported, 1863 ; passed

No. 515-making appropriations for the in relation to the removal of Major Genwith amendments, 2595 ; concurred in

naval service for the year ending 30th eral Sheridan from the command of the

June, 1869......

783 by House, 2736 ; enrolled, 2736.

fifth military district and the action of resolution in relation to the purchase of

No. 599-making appropriations for the

General Grant in reference, theretoground on the Battery in the city of

support of the Military Academy for the [January 6, 1868)...........

.332 New York for the erection of-[By Mr.

fiscal year ending 30th of June, 1869,891 Stewart, March 4, 1868.]

inquiring if the Union Pacific railroad and No. 601-making appropriations for the

Other railroads named in an act ap. agreed to, 1668.

naval service for the year ending June proved July 1, 1862, have made the 30, 1809 ........

...... 899 Warehouse system, joint resolution (H. R. No.

reports required by the same, and, if so, 123) to abolish the bonded--[By Mr. Bald

No. 602--making appropriations for the calling for copies of said reports--[Feb

consular and diplomatic expenses of the win.]

ruary 4, 1868).........

...970

Government for the year ending the 30th referred, 209.

report made by..........

..2171 bill (H. R. No. 844) to modify the-[By

of June, 1869...

..899 Mr. Morrell.]

inotions made by.

333, 637, 970, No. 605-making appropriations for the referred, 1631.

1427, 1451, 1693, 1761, 1806, 2171 legislative, executive, and judicial exbill (H. R. No. 1308) to modify the-[By

incidental remarks by

.332, 1218,

penses of the Government for the year Mr. Morrell.]

1771, 1860, 2773, 2872, 3055, 3658

ending 30th June, 1869..................920 reported and recommitted, 3365. remarks on the President's message....., 73,

No. 718---making appropriations for the bill (H. R. No. 1371) to modify the-[By

75, 76, 77, 94, 135, 139

consular and diploinatic expenses of the Mr. Morreil. ] on the purehase of Alaska, 135, 139, 1874,

Government for the year ending 30th 1875, 3556, 3625, 3658, 3661, 3809

June, 1869........ reported, 3794; discussed, 3794; referred,

........... 1093

No. 785-to revive the second section of an anew, 3804.

(See Appendix.) remarks byon the New Orleans and Chattanooga

act to establish Hannibal, Missouri, and railroad bill....... Mr. Allison .....

Peoria, Illinois, ports of delivery...1319 ..3794, 3803

........... 209, 666 on the bill relating to land grants to south

No. 818-making appropriations for sun-
Mr. Cake..........

.3794
Mr. Lynch
ern railroads.

dry civil expenses of the Government for .3803

....311
Mr. Morrell ......3794, 3802, 3803, 3804
on the bill amendatory of the homestead

the year ending June 30, 1869. ......1424 law.......

No. 999--for the better protection of emiMr. O'Neill .3802, 3803

......540

.2232

grants and passengers......
Mr. Pile ............

on the bill to prevent the payment of
.3802, 3803
certain claims...

No. 1018-to amend certain acts relating

..... 740
Mr. Raum
..5802, 3804

to the appointment of fleet oficers of the Mr. Schenck....

on the Rock Íslaud bridge resolution, 1086,
.3803

1087
Navy.

.......2307 Warnings, joint resolution (S. R. No. 95) au

on the Union Pacific railroad bill......1451,

No. 1045-making appropriations to supthorizir.g the Light-House Board to place,

2133, 2131, 2135

ply deficiencies in appropriations for over obstructions at the entrance of har: on the civil appropriation bill..... .. 1455,

the execution of the reconstruction bors or in the fair way of bays and sounds.

1456, 2005, 3848

laws in the third military district for received from Senate, 1160; referred, 1451; on the bill to prevent the sale of public

the fiscal year ending the 30th of June, reported and passed with amendments,

lands ...

1863.....

.1093, 2383 1470; concurred in by Senate, 1501; en: on the joint 'resolution relating to the

No. 1083—for the construction of a Gov. rolled, 1512.

Osage Indian lands... ......... 1704, 1705

ernment telegraph, under the direction Warren and Costello, resolution in reference

on the joint resolution concerning captured

of the Post Office Department, between to imprisonment of Messrs., convicted and

property

1761,

New York and Washington.......... 2526 sentenced in Great Britain-[By Mr. Rob

1762, 1763, 1764, 1765, No. 1117—to supply partial deficiencies inson, June 15, 1868.]

1766, 1767, 1768, 2171 in the appropriations for the service of agreed to, 3175.

on the joint resolution relative to the Bos- the fiscal year ending on the 30th June, Warren, James M., bill (H. R. No. 1125) to

ton post office.....

.....1770

1868.. 1. authorize, to transfer or locate a cerlain on the bill for the relief of the heirs of

No. 1362—to establish a commission of military land warrant therein named-(By General Duncan L. Clinch........... 1867,

charities for the District of Columbia, Mr. Raum.]

3758

1868, 1903 referred, 2634.

on the joint resolution to regulate the

No. 1372--for the better security of life on Warren, John, a prisoner in Dublin jail, letter freight tariff on the Pacific railroad, 2029,

board of vessels propelled in whole or in of, to Hon. Fernando Wood..............418

2111,2113, 21:29, 2427,(not publi-hed.)

part hy steam...

........3850 Washburn, Cadwalader C., a Representative on the bill in relation to the Fort Jessup No. 1428_authorizing the admission in from Wisconsin......

2
reservation

.2813

evidence of the copies of certain papers, petitions presented by...

..605, on the joint resolution relative to the documents, and entries......

673, 1418, 1759, 2070 Cherokee and Osage Indian lands, 2815 joint resolutions introduced bybills introduced by~

on the bill to confirm certain claims in No. 279--in relation to the breakwater at No. 252—to amend an act entitled "An Yosemite valley.......

.2816
Portland, Maine.........

.2634 act to amend an act entitled 'An act to on the river and harbor bill.....3204, 3206 No. 294-donating to the Washington City aid in the construction of a railroad and on the bill to promote American com

Orphan Asylumn the iron railing taken telegraph line from the Missouri river

merce......

......3235

from the old Hall of the House of Repto the Pacific ocean' .......... 90 concerning the sale of Osage Indian lands,

resentatives. No. 296—to declare the railroad and

8262 No. 310—for the relief of Peter M. Carbridges of the New Orleans, Mobile, on the bill in relation to the reports of the michael, surveyor of the port of Albany, and Chattanooga Railroad Company a Pacific railroad companies............3328 post route....................

209 during call of the House............... 8455 No. 841—for the relief of Z. M. Hall, 4080

........... 2400

..2572

.4003

.....3089

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Washburne, Elibu B., a Representative from

Illinois-Continued.
concurrent resolution submitted by
for an adjournment to September—[June
30, 1868].

3615
resolutions submitted by-
to wait on the President-[December 2,
1867)...

.2
calling for the items of expenditure for
salaries of supervising and local steam-
boat inspectors under the act of the 30th
of August, 1862; and also the fees col.
lected and prosecutions instituted, &c.-
(December 5, 1867)....

.53
condemning the President for his action in

removing Major General Sheridan from
the command of the fifth military dis-
trict, and thanking General Grant for
his letter in relation thereto-[January
6, 1868].....

.332
calling for certain information in regard

to the names, nomber, tonnage, &c.,
of vessels belonging to the Navy De-

partment-[January 6, 1868)......... 333
authorizing the Doorkeeper to transfer

laborers from the folding to the labor-

ers' room-[January 21, 1868)........ 664
proposing an amendinent of the rules with

regard to dilatory motions-[February
25, 1868].......

1424
proposing a rule for the government of

the proceedings of the House when the
articles of impeachment of the Presi:
dent of the United States are reported

to the House [February 25, 1868], 1424
calling for a copy of the contract made

under the act of June 16, 1860, relating
to the Pacific telegraph, and for certain
information in connection therewith-

[March 12, 1868].........................1858
inquiring by what authority lands have

been certified and confirmed to the State
of Iowa for the purpose of building a
railroad from the city of Dubuque to a
point on the Misso:ri river near Sioux
City-[March 16, 1868]....

............... 1901
assigning a room for the use of the Com.
mittee on Appropriations-[March 23,
1868).....

.... 2070
directing that the resolution of the Legis-

lature of New Jersey, purporting to
withdraw the assent of that State to the
constitutional amendment, be returned
by the Speaker to the gentleman who
presented it, and that its title only shall
be referred to in the Journal of the
House and in the Congressional Globe-
(March 30, 1868].....

..2226
calling for the facts connected with the

mortgage held on the steamship Atlan.
tic, and the reasons why the sale has
been so long postponed - April 8, 1868],

2287
instructing the Committee on Foreign Af:

fairs to inquire in relation to the reported
efforts that are being made by a private
company to procure the transfer of the
island of St. Paul, in the territory lately

ceded by Russia-[April 13, 1868], 2291
calling for the report of Hon. Freeman H.

Morse, United States consulat London,
on the mercantile marine and commer-
cial policy of Great Britain-[April 14,

.2297
instructing the joint Committee on Re-

trenchment to inquire into the alleged
frandalent sale by the Navy Department
of the iron-elads Oneota and Catawba -
[April 29, 1868]....

....2332
inquiring in relation to judgments of the

Court of Claims paid by the Treasury

Department-[May 4, 1868]........ 2354
directing inquiry into all the facts con-

nected with alleged fraudnlent hay con-
tracts entered into in 1864 at Fort
Smith, Arkansas, by W.J. Chanler-

............. 2937

Washburne, Elihu B., a Rrpresentative from

Illinois-Continued.
reports made by .........

.6,
134, 733, 836, 891, 899, 920, 1092, 1319,
1424, 2291, 2304, 2306, 2308, 2400, 2611,

2634, 3034, 3732, 3765, 3850, 4081, 4082
motions made by...

....2, 37,
95, 282, 315, 363, 366, 371, 473, 475, 602,
605, 637, 638, 668, 783, 836, 1019, 1022,
1050, 1053, 1054, 1107, 1109, 1112, 1161,
1183, 1184, 1188, 1250, 1286, 1308, 1316,
1319, 1327, 1329, 1335, 1401, 1424, 1425,
1427, 1448, 1455, 1512, 1540, 1858, 1869,
1901, 1906, 1960, 1993, 2022, 2028, 2113,
2129, 2227, 2292, 2332, 2371, 2380, 2445,
2529, 2585, 2974, 2977, 8029, 3365, 3397,
3477, 3613, 3616, 3887, 4008, 4091, 4135,

4254, 4312, 4469, 4473, 4477, 4493, 4494
incidental remarks by.

.12, 37,
55, 56, 65, 91, 97, 105, 108, 153, 154,
217, 229,257, 264, 282, 314, 362, 371, 417,
443, 473, 474, 475,517,538, 571, 590, 592,
636, 637,667, 668, 691,693, 694,736, 781,
784, 801, 865, 934, 948, 967, 1039, 1040,
1045, 1046, 1088, 1116, 1161, 1178, 1179,
1183, 1189, 1218, 1250, 1271, 1316, 1318,
1319, 1327, 1419, 1420, 1421, 1427, 1449,
1454, 1501, 1633, 1806, 1848, 1858, 1860,
1861, 1901, 1906, 1927, 1999, 2022, 2028,
2071, 2073, 2082, 2100, 2108, 2109, 2214,
2228, 2236, 2287, 2288, 2307, 2371, 2372,
2400, 2429, 2480, 2502, 2526, 2532, 2541,
2542, 2570, 2571, 2585, 2610, 2634, 2678,
2630, 2937, 3130, 3165, 3199, 3255, 3364,
3476, 3477, 3478, 3554, 3555, 3614, 3619,
3658, 3690, 3692, 3722, 3724, 3758, 3759,
3763, 3766, 3793, 3841, 3883, 3987, 3940,
3979, 3981, 4001, 4002, 4003, 4005, 4007,
4051, 4062, 4080, 4083, 4090, 4124, 4215,
4256, 4259, 4293, 4295, 4296, 4306, 4343,
4370, 4372, 4380, 4382, 4390, 4430, 4432,
4433, 4467, 4468, 4472, 4478, 4479, 4484,

4485, 4490, 4491, 4492, 4494, 4501, 4520
remarks on the order of business... .......9,

11, 26, 65, 105, 154, 156, 157, 210,
229, 260, 291, 294, 295, 315, 384,
489, 505, 589, 592, 593, 901, 1044,
1045, 1087, 1092, 1127, 1178, 1189, 1200,
1201, 1218, 1243, 1276, 1277, 1501, 1504,
1857, 1858, 1869, 1927, 2006, 2022, 2028,
2099, 2225, 2234, 2239, 2289, 2291, 2304,
2306, 2307, 2308, 2328, 2329, 2354, 2365,
2367, 2368, 2388, 2401, 2479, 2481, 2498,
2542, 2543, 2574, 2575, 2592, 2681, 2943,
3063, 3397, 3658, 3694, 3707, 3708, 3723,
8764, 3765, 8766, 3841, 3884, 4135, 4186,
4261, 4262, 4307, 4345, 4382, 4390, 4428
on the resolution in regard to the House
restaurant

.27
on the bill to exempt cotton from internal
tax........

-36, 742, 743
on the reappointment of the joint Com-
mittee on Retrenchment ..........

...........37
on the resolution for the impeachment of

the President reported from the Judi-

ciary Committee......... .... 62, 66, 75
on the resolution to print extra copies of
the Postmaster General's report...... 71,

232, 233
on the President's message ..... 75, 76, 77,

92, 93, 94, 95, 143, 144, 157, 234, 2368
on the bill to prevent the payment of cer:
tain claims...

-90, 507,
786, 737, 738, 789, 740, 782, 783
on the rule relating to the printing of
bills .......

91
on the bill to declare forfeited certain land
grants.........

....... 95, 311,
810, 811, 812, 836, 837, 979, 984, 985
on the joint resolution concerning Michi-
gan and Wisconsin land grants ... ... 106,

107, 1427, 2459, 2460
on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 309),

210, 213, 214, 215
on the bill in regard to the meeting of the

stockholders of the Union Pacific Rail.
road Company

..211, 212, 233
on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 318),

215, 216, 309, 312, 315, 316, 506
on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 320),

288, 289, 290, 291, 678, 688; 689, 788, 836

Washburne, Elihu B., a Representative from

Illinois-Continued.
remarks on resolutione allowing clerks to

committees ..............312, 313, 314, 315
on the resolution of thanks to General
Hancock

.382
on the bill constituting eight hours a day's
work.......

......335, 336
on the resolution authorizing the sale of
iron-clads.......

........359
on the resolution limiting contracts for

stationery in the Departments. ....... 362
on the bill to prevent further sales of the
public lands...

..... 371, 508
on the supplementary reconstruction bill
(H. R. No. 439).

651, 599, 603, 604, 605, 734
on the bill in relation to islands in the

Great Miami river..................508, 509
on the bill amendatory of the homestead
law....

539, 540
on the Dubuque and Sioux City railroad
bill

.....540,
541, 566, 567, 568, 569, 570, 571
on the bill for the relief of A. F. Rock-
well......

.... 590, 591
on the resolution relating to the settlement

of certain officers' accounts.....591, 592
on the resolution limiting contracts for
stationery.........

... 665
on the New Orleans and Chattanooga rail.
road bill..........

..... 666
on Southern Minnesota railroad bill, 666
on the bill to provide for the appointment

of a marshal for the District of Colum-
bia........

....... 669, 672
on the resolution to withhold the Congres-
sional Directory...

692
on the bill for the sale of the arsenal

grounds at St. Louis.........714, 715, 716
on the naval appropriation bill........... 733
on the bill granting a pension to Eliza J.
Rennard.

734
on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri-

can citizens abroad... 783, 986, 1127, 1159
on the bill to incorporate ihe Washington

Target Shooting Association........... 830
on the resolutions of the Legislature of

Obio in regard to the fourteenth constitu-
tional amendment.........

.......890
on the Military Academy appropriation
bill... .891, 992, 993, 994, 995,

996, 997, 1019, 1020, 1021, 1022, 1540
on the naval appropriation bill, 899, 1319,

1320, 1322, 1324, 1325, 1326, 1327,
1328, 1329, 1420, 1421, 1422, 1423,

1424, 2287, 2335, 2336, 2337, 3034
on the consular and diplomatic appropria.

tion bill (H. R. No. 602)..... .899
on the Kentucky election (case of John
Young Brown).....

.900, 901
on the legislative appropriation bill, 920,

1019, 1020, 1022, 1023, 1024, 1025, 1046,
1047, 1048, 1049, 1050, 1051, 1032, 1053,
1088, 1089, 1090, 1091, 1092, 1109, 1110,
1111, 1112, 1113, 1114, 1115, 1131, 1132,
· 1133, 1134, 1135, 1136, 1138, 1139, 1140,
1141, 1250, 1252, 1253, 1254, 1255, 1256,
1273, 1274, 1275, 1276, 8620, 3694, 8696,
8698, 3699, 3701, 3702, 3703, 3704, 3705,

3706, 3707, 3724, 3725, 3764, 3981, 3982
on the Army appropriation bill, 1019, 1277,

1283, 1284, 1285, 1286,

1302, 1305, 1307, 1308
on drawing for seats...

1043
on the resolution in regard to George F.
Sawyer.......

...: 1093
on the consular and diplomatic bill(H. R.
No. 718).

. 1092, 1201, 1202,
1218,1219, 1210, 1221, 1222, 1228, 1224,

1225, 1226, 1227,1228, 1858, 1869, 1960
on the Kentucky election (case of Samuel

E. Smith), 1184, 1188, 1189, 1194, 1198
on the bill granting pensions to the sol.
diers of 1812..

. 1244,
1245, 1246, 1247, 1249, 1250
on the bill for the surrender of crim-
inals ....

súvi. 1273
on the

resolution concerning contracts of
the Post Office Departınent.....

1295,

.........

1868]

(June 8, 1868]
informing Senate of error in announce-

ment of legislative appropriation bill-
(July 8, 188]...

...,8841

1296, 1819

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..... 4090

Washburne, Elibu B., a Representative from Washburne, Elihu B., a Representative from Washburn, Henry D., a Representative from
Illinois---Continued.
Illinois-Continued.

Indiana....

......2 remarks on the bill for the relief of Horace remarks on the bill to promote American petitions presented by ................... 217, 517, | Smith and D. B. Wesson ......1316, 1317 commerce............

............. 2013 998, 1202, 2291, 2292, 2304, 2416, 3655 on the bill for the relief of Martha M. on the bill to regulate the appraisement of bills introduced by

.1817, 1318
imports.....

...... 2635

No. 292-to pay balance of bounty to nonon the resolution reported for the im- on the bill to regulate immigrant ships,

commissioned officers honorably mus. peachment of the President...... ...1346,

2232, 2669

tered out of service as supernumeraries, 1347, 1369, 1899, 1401 on the bill to amend an act concerning the

under the order of the War Department on questions relating to impeachment, Illinois and St. Louis bridge, 2669, 2974 authorizing the consolidation of regi&c.

1401, 1425, 1426, 1033, on the bill authorizing the sale of Fort ments by reason of the casualties of 1868, 1905, 1906, 2021, 2081, 2175, 2176, Leavenworth reservation...... 2680, 2681 the service.......

................ 208 2232, 2233, 2234, 2236, 2287, 2288, 2289, remarks on the bill for the relief of John No. 331-to facilitate the payment of sol. 2291, 2292, 2298, 2303, 2304, 2306, 2307, Neustaedter............

...... 2677

diers' bounties under act of 1866, 295 2319, 2320, 2329, 2330, 2331, 2332, 2333, on the bill to increase registers' and receiv. No. 340——to amend section twenty-five,

2335, 2349, 2351, 2362, 2305, 2367, 2497 ers' compensation ............... 2972, 2973 ehapter one hundred and sixty-two, of on the Indian appropriation bill... ... 1451, on reception of the Chinese embassy, 2937 the acts of the second session Twenty.

1452, 1454, 2176 on the New Orleans and Mobile Railroad Fifth Congress, relative to paymasters on the civil appropriation bill......... 1454, bill..........

.2976
in the Army.....

.331 1455, 1456, 1457, 1458, 1459, 1460, on the bill for the relief of certain citizens No. 474--to provide for the payment of 1473, 1474, 1175, 1476, 1477, 1478, 1479, of Arkansas..........

8030
pensions in coin ........

..686 1480, 1481, 1483, 1484, 1485, 1505, 1506, on the ocean steamers bill, 3032, 4390, 4391 No. 922--in relation to the Supreme 1507, 1508, 150, 1510, 1511, 1512, 1998, on the tax bill(H. R. No. 1060), 3035, 3136

Court ..........

1900 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, on the bill to incorporate the National Art No. 940-to equalize the bounties of sol2006, 20:26, 2027, 2028, 3724, 3765, 3811, Union Association .............. 3061, 3062

diers, sailors, and marines who served 8842, 3813, 3844, 3816, 3850, 4061, 4083 on the case of Rev. John McMahon, 3062 in the late war for the Union........2022 on the resolution for the appointment of a on the bill relating to the Alexandria No. 1049--for the relief of the president document file clerk......

1501
caval......

.3063, 3200, 3201 and directors of the Terre Haute and on the bill for the relief of R. M. Hol- on the joint resolution for the donation of Richmond Railroad Company.......2406 lister ........

...1502
iron railings.........

.3089 No. 1080--for the relief of Edward B. on bill for relief of J. M. Palmer, 1510, 1541 on the bill for the survey of certain Indian

Allen .............

2500 on the articles of impeachment, 1558, 1560 reservations ...... ......... 3099, 3100 No. 1279-in relation to additional boun. on the joint resolution to regulate the on the bill for the relief of the heirs of

ties.....

3294 freight tariff on the Pacific railroad, Thomas W. Harvey.....

..3133 No. 1433—to amend an act entitled "An 1861, 2110, 2112, 2113, 2129, 2130, on the resolution of instructions on the tax act to secure homesteads to actual set2421, 2123, 2426, 2127, 2428, 2429 bill........

......3166, 3171

tlers on the public domain”. on impeachinent replication......2072, 2074 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......3172, concurrent resolution submitted byon the resolution to print the report of

3479, 3535 for an adjournment over until May 26 J. Ross Browne .......... .2130, 2132 on clerks' twenty per cent. resolution,3199 [May 11, 1868).........

..2407 on the letter of the Secretary of the Treas. on the National Safe Deposit Company resolutions submitted byury relative to the Union Pacific rail.

bill........

..3224 continuing the special Committee on Solroad......... .2133, 2134, 2135, 2137 on the bill to relieve certain citizens of diers' and Sailors' Bounties-[Decemon the Counecticut avenne railway bill, North Carolina from political disabili. ber 2, 1867)...

...3 2103, 2164, 2388 ties

..... ...3229 in reference to an increase of pensions on the New Jersey resolution...2225, 22:26 on the bill to provide for appeals from the to the widows of deceased soldiers on the motion to print Manager Butler's Court of Claims.....

... 3267 [December 9, 1867)......................97 argumenton the impeachment trial, 2228, on the bill to amend the habeas corpus instructing Committee on Military Affairs 2232, 2305, 2308 act........

.3268 to inquire into the expediency of extend. on the bill providing for the expenses of on resolution of adjournment to July,3615 ing the bounty act of 1866 to the widows the impeachment trial......... ....2305, on the bill in relation to district courts in of those soldiers who have died since 2308, 2009, 2310

New York ......... ...........3619, 3620 the passage of said act-[December 12, during call of the House...2305, 4521, 4522 on the purchase of Alaska..... .3620, 1867] ....

........ 154 on the bill to amend the bankrupt act, 2310,

8883, 8884, 4055, 4392 in reference to the propriety of requiring 2318, 2326, 2328 on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341), ex-members of Congress seeking admis. on the resolution concerning the sale of

3726, 3727, 3728, 3729, 3780,

sion to the floor of the House to take the públic vessels.....

..2310

3731, 3939, 4259, 4307, 4308 test-oath--[January 28, 1868]........806 on the House joint resolution regarding the on the bill distributing the rewards for the calling for information in reference to the sale of iron-clads ............ .2332

capture of Jefferson Davis...3764, 4390 special agents employed by the Post on the Alta Vela resolution.... 2333, 2334, on the bill for the relief of Peter A. Car

Office Department-[March 19, 1868), 2337, 2338, 2339, 2341, 2344, 2347, 2348

michael.........
.....4051

1993 on the Donnelly and Washburne contro- on the joint resolution relative to lighting construing the resolution of March 3, 1868, versy

..2350,

the streets of Washington ............4052 in reference to the compensation of the 2351, 2852, 2353, 2354, 2359, 2361 on the bill making appropriations for the clerks to committees, &c.---[March 23, on the House joint resolution for the proColumbia Deaf and Dumb Institution, 1868] ..........

.. 2071 tection of fishing vessels........ 2372,

4056, 4058, 4059, 4060, 4061, 4081, calling for a statement showing the quantity 2378, 2374, 2379, 2400

4082, 4341, 4372, 4373, 4374, 4375 in feet of illuminating gas furnished the on the bill for the relief of William Mc- on the funding bill..

..4133,

Government of the United States, &c.Garrahan........... 2889, 2478, 2474, 2479 4173, 4174, 4210, 4227, 4302 [June 17, 1868]............

..3223 on the reconstruction deficiency bill, 2400, on the bill for the relief of Mrs. Sophia for a committee to investigate into the dis

2411, 2412
Beeler.........

4172

bursement of the contingent fund of the on the Puget Sound railroad bill...... 2441, on printing specifications of patents... 4213, House for the years 1867 and 1868 2442, 2443, 2445

4214

[July 15, 1868]..... on the bill to admit North Carolina, on the suspension of the rules...4262, 4263 reports made by ...295, 694, 844, 2022, 2333, &C.........

2456, 3092
on bill to amend the postal law, 4412, 4413

2499, 2500, 3226, 3294, 3524, 4090 on the bill providing for the sale of the on the land titles in Nebraska .... .4343 motions made by...

site of Fort Covington..... .........2457 on the bill to provide a government for incidental remarks by.....153, 333, 648, 781,
on the impeachment trial--corrupt prac-
the Territory of Wyoming ......... .4344

1993, 2022, 2071, 2834, 2407, 2445, 2498, Àtices........

... 2505 on the resolution for an adjournment to 3097, 3197, 3223, 3655, 3689, 3722, 4491 on the resolution asking Senate for a copy September

.4375, remarks on the resolution for the impeach. of impeachment proceedings, 2530, 2532

4370, 4377, 4378, 4380, 4411 ment of the President reported from on the Indian appropriation bill, 2533, 2618, on the joint resolution providing for the the Judiciary Committee.....

2637, 2682, 2684, 2707, 2708, exchange of public documents...... 4391 on the bill relating to deserters........ 258,

2709, 2710, 2711, 2712, 4175 on the reconstruction bill (H. R. No.
personal and explanatory.. ....2587

1450)
... 4420, 4423 on the order of business...

.291, on the partial deficiency bill.....2572, 2573 on the bill to regulate the daty on copper

3707, 3722, 3723, 4186 on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a

.4467, 4495 on the bill to facilitate the payment of recusant witness......... 2589, 2937, 2942 on the Western Pacific railroad bill...4479, bounties, 295, 336, 340, 841, 342, 358,593 on the river and harbor bill... ..... 2611,

4480, 4482, 4483, 4484 on the bill for the relief of Orlaf E. 3203, 3204, 3206, 3207, 3208, on the bill to establish a collection district Dreutzer................

.421 3210, 3211, 3557, 3559, 3564, 3565, in Alaska ...................4485, 4487, 4488 on the bill in relation to islands in the 3593, 3595, 3586, 3597, 3614, 3615 leave of absence granted to .2882, 2943

Great Miami river .........

...509

...4080

. 1054, 2501

........... 67

283, 285

........

ores....

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