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CCCXLV
Washburn, Henry D., a Representative from Washburn, William B., a Representative from Waters, George R., bill (H. R. No. 662) grant-
Indiana- Continued.
Massachusetts-Continued.

ing a pension to the widow and children
remarks on the President's message.....624, remarks on the bill extending certain patents of-[By Mr. Perham.]

745, 1054, 1059, 1060 for cutting screws........1179, 1181, 1183 reported and passed, 1040; passed Senate
on the bill concerning land grants to personal and explanatory........ 1218, 2537 with amendments, 3336; disagreed to,
southern railroads

.695, 813

on the bill granting pensions to the soldiers 3693; conference, 3694, 8732 ; conference
on the bill in regard to additional bounty,

of 1812

1245

report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 8928;
694, 712, 713, 714 on the bill for the relief of R. M. Hollister, by House, 3938; enrolled, 4002; approved,
on the bill for the sale of the arsenal

1501, 1502 4255.
grounds at St. Louis.......

.716 on the bill for the relief of the heirs of Gen. In Senate: received from House, 1038; re-
on the legislative appropriation bill, 1113 Duncan L. Clinch......

1868, 1902

ferred, 1068; reported, 1461; passed with
on the consular and diplomatic bill... 1201 on the bill to exempt certain manufactures amendments, 3319 ; conference, 3688;
on the bill granting pensions to the soldiers

from tax

.........2104, 2105 conference report, 3857; concurred in by
of 1812.....

1247 on the bill for the relief of Timothy Lyden, Senate, 3857; by House, 3954; enrolled,
ou the Army appropriation bill......1277,

2458 3958.
1278, 1280, 1286 on the bill for the relief of George Calvert, || Waterson, J. W., bill (H. R. No. 539) for the
on the report in regard to lighting the

2458 relief of—[By Mr. Buckland.]
2318

on the bill to provide for certain claims referred, 779.
on the joint resolution to regulate the against the Agricultural Department, || Watson, Robert, bill (S. No. 606) granting a
freight tariff on the Pacific railroad,

2458 pension to
2421, 2423 on the bill for the relief of the heirs of received from Senate, 4395; passed, 4477,
on the bill for the relief of E. B. Allen,

Gideon Walker......
....... 2538, 2539

enrolled, 4492.
2500, 2501

on the bill for the relief of Palemon John, || Watts, Isaac, resolution directing Committee
on the bill for the relief of the heirs of

2540 on Military Affairs to inquire into the
Gideon Walker.....
.2538 on the order of business......

.... 2543, expediency of authorizing the payment to,
on the resolution in reference to the death

3707, 3708, 3722, 37:23, 3939 of the back pay and allowances due his
of ex-President Buchanan ............ 2810 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060), 3042, 3050 adopted son, Samuel Watts, who died in
on the clerks'twenty per cent. resolution, on the river and harbor bill... ... 3207 the service of the United States—[By Mr.

2936, 2937, 3164, 3165, 3199, 3256 on the bill to promote American commerce, Wilson, of Iowa, March 26, 1868. ]
on the bill concerning the amendment to

3232

agreed to, 2143.
postal laws......

..2973 on the bill for the relief of the heirs of bill (H. R. No. 1128) for the relief of-[By
on the resolution of instruction on the

Thomas W. Harvey .....3295, 3296, 3297 Mr. Garfield.]
tax bill..............
........3169 during call of the House..... ..3416

reported, 2677; passed, 2677.
concerning the sale of Osage Indian lands, on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284), 3526, 3532 In Senate; received from House, 2690;

8263 on the bill for the relief of Albert Grant, referred, 2701; referred anew, 2759.
on the bill relating to additional bounties,

3553 Ways and Means, the Committee of.
3294, 3722 on the bill for the relief of Abednego B. instructions to.

,11, 51, 53,
on the bill in regard to mail service in Rowden

153, 156, 162, 241, 286, 403, 506, 641,
Dakota........
3311, 3326 on the bill for the relief of contractors for

644, 662, 780, 806, 1116, 2228, 2408,
during call of the House, 3416, 3454, 4521 iron-clads ......... 3554, 3940, 3941, 3942

2682, 3165, 3223, 3588, 3967, 4469
on the river and harbor bill. ..3596 on the bill for the relief of Anthony Bucher,

reports from.....

13, 53, 69, 364, 421,
on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341),

3723, 3761

593, 1115, 1116, 1513, 1637, 1774, 1794,
3726, 3731 on the joint resolution concerning the pay 2081, 2420, 2609, 3029, 3105, 3337, 3376,
on the bill granting a pension to Mary A.

of volunteers...

..... 3762

3556, 3658, 3854, 3928, 3937, 4002, 4007,
.....3894
on the bill for the relief of James Hooper,

4051, 4083, 4090, 4133, 4172, 4216, 4306,
on the bill for the relief of contractors for

3763

4389, 4467, 4468, 4469, 4170, 4485, 4494
iron-clads....

....3940 on the bill for distributing the rewards for adverse reports from......
on the bill to fix the military peace estab.

..3883
the capture of Jefferson Davis......3763, discharged from subjects... ..13, 53, 97
lishment...3948, 3950, 3970, 3974, 3982

3764, 3928, 3929, 3930, 3934, Wear, Pleasant M., bill (H. R. No. 993) for
on reconstruction...........4014, 4015, 4016

3935, 3936, 3937, 4390, 4477 the relief of-[By Mr. Gravely.]
on the resolution for an investigation of on the bill for the relief of L. Merchant & referred, 2228.
the disbursement of the contingent fund,

Co. and Peter Rosecranz......3942, 3943 Weaver, W. H., bill (H. R. No. 84) for the
4080 on the funding bill...

4218
on the bill to secure homesteads to actual

* relief of, late captain company D, twelfth
on the bill to regulate the duties on copper regiment Pennsylvania Reserve corps-
settlers.........

.....4090
ores.....,

4495 [By Mr. Miller.]
on the amendment of the homestead law, leave of absence granted to...... 2333

reported adversely, 2688.
4415
leave of absence granted to ..........

Washington-see District of Columbia. Webb, Sarah, bill (S. No. 339) granting a pen-
1308,

Washington's Farewell A ddress read...... 1355 sion to, widow of William R. Webb, and
Washburn, William B., a Representative from
1512, 1667, 1769, 2070, 3034 Washington, Territory of, bill (H. R. No. 926) her minor child.

in relation to certain overflowed lands in received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869;
.....2
King county, in-[By Mr. Flanders.]

reported and passed, 2910.
.62, referred, 1900.

Webster, Frances M., bill (H. R. No. 1254)
144, 605, 920, 998, 1025, 1142,
1189, 2332, 2514, 2758, 3503, 4024
bill (H. R. No. 1004) granting the right of

granting a pension to-[By Mr. Beatty.]
way to the Lake Washington Coal Com-

reported and passed, 3105; passed Senate,
No. 833—for the relief of Rufus M. Hol-

pany in King county, in-[By Mr. Flan. 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498.
lister, of Janesville, Wisconsin....... 1501

ders.]

In Senate : received from House and re-
No. 1068—to provide for certain claims
referred, 2289.

ferred, 3120; reported, 3954; passed,
against Department of Agriculture, 2458
bill (H. R. No. 1057) in relation to the judi-

4366; enrolled, 4443.
No. 1277—to provide for the distribution of

cial district of-[By Mr. Flanders.]

Weed, John A. and Elizabeth J., bill (S, No.
the reward offered by the President of
referred, 2406.

383) granting a pension to, minor children
the Uvited States for the capture of

of Robert T. Weed, deceased.
resolution instructing Committee on Terri-

received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869;
No. 1319—for the relief of Abednego B.

3226
tories to inquire in regard to the location

reported and passed with amendment,
of a penitentiary in-[By Mr. Flanders,

3895; conference report agreed to by
Rowden, late second lieutenant eleventh
May 12, 1868.]

Honse, 4131; by Senate, 4182; enrolled,
No. 1320—for the relief of L. Merchant &
agreed to, 2429.

4186.
bill (H. R. No. 1160) to enable the county | Weeks, Mrs. Nancy, bill (H. R. No. 453) in.
..3554
of Clark, in, to provide a fund for

creasing the pension of, widow of Francis
No. 217--for the relief of Beales & Dixon,
extinguishing the indebtedness of said

Weeks, of Georgia-[By Mr. Price.]
county-[By Mr. Flanders. ]

reported and passed, 592; passed Senate
1504
referred, 2874.

with amendments, 3336; concurred in,
P. Putnam and Eliza Ketchum ......4469

bill (S. No. 487) to disapprove an act of the 3764 ; enrolled, 2804; approved, 4004.

Legislative Assembly of, redistricting In Senate : received from House, 627; re.
1504, 2458, 2459, 2538, 3103, 3226,
134, 312, 1501,

the Territory, and reassigning the judges ferred, 632; reported, 1404į passed with
thereto.

amendment, 3318; agreed to by House,
3552, 3553, 3554, 3761, 3768, 4477

received from Senate, 3732; passed, 4489; 3749; enrolled, 3770.
enrolled, 4496.

Weights-see Scales.
1504, 2458, 3104. 3553, 3943, 4469 Watchmen, resolution in relation to the em; bill (H. R. No. 654) in relation to, 'in the
2634, 2010, 3295, 3804, 8888, 3928,

. 1859, 2328, ployment of, for public buildings and District of Columbia-[By Mr. Inger-
8940, 243, 4138, 1190, 4191, 4492
!.grounds--[By Mr. Shanks, May 11, 1868.]

soll.]
objected 10, 2380; referred, 2407.

referred, 985'; reported, 2168.

Davis......

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Massachusetts.....
petitious presented by ......

bills introduced by-

Jefferson Davis..

Tennessee cavalry

,3553

Co. and Peter Rosecranz................
joint resolutions introduced by-

No. 360-relative to the accounts of George

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

motions made by .....
incidental remarks by........

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Weisse, Barbara, bill (H. R. No. 1226) grant. Welker, Martin, a Representative from Ohio Whaling vessels, resolution calling for inform. ing a pension to-[By Mr. Burr.] Continued.

ation in reference to American, in the reported and passed, 3101 ; passed Senate, remarks on the Army appropriation bill, 1284 Okhotsk sea, off Tehantar Island, having

4395 ; enrolled, 4434 ; approved, 4498. on the resolution reported for the impeach- been recently ordered off the coast by In Senate : received from House and re

ment of the President................... 1390 Russian war vessels---[By Mr. Eliot, Deferred, 3119; reported, 3900; passed, (See Appendix.).

cember 18, 1867.] 4365; enrolled, 4413.

on the civil appropriation bill......... 1506, adopted, 257. Welker, Martin, a Representative from Ohio, 2

1509, 1510 Wharves, resolution making inquiry relating petitions presented by.. ........ 62, on the bill concerning the District juil,

to the proposed construction of, in the 403, 433, 45.3, 490, 605, 745, 785,

1538, 1539 harbor of Oswego, New York-[By Mr. 1716, 2030, 2332, 2410, 2593, 4024 on the bill for the relief of George W. Churchill, June 10, 1868. ] bills introduced by--

Lane ......

........... 1541

agreed to, 2976. No. 222-to amend the several acts re

on the joint resolution concerning cap- joint resolution (H. R. No. 296) giving the lating to pensions ........ ........89 tured property.................... 1764, 1767

assent of the United States to the con. No. 290—in relation to public schools in on the report on the cancellation and

struction of certain, in the harbor of 08. the cities of Washington and George, destruction of United States bonds, 1830,

wego, New York-[By Mr. Churchill.] town, in the District of Columbia, and

1849, 1851, 1853

referred. 3164; reported and passed, 4081; on financial questions ........

2049 amendatory of existing laws in relation

passed Senate, 4430; enrolled, 4479; thereto.....

....208
on the order of business.........2162, 4003

approved, 4498. No. 414-to preserve the evidence of mar

on the bill concerning the rights of mar-
ried women .....

In Senate: received from House, 4075; riages in the District of Columbia ...474

........2162 No. 4134-to fix the compensation of the on the bill to exempt certain manufac.

referred, 4092; reported, 4228 ; passed, tures from tax...... First Comptroller of the Treasury...474

.2230

4103, 4404; enrolled, 4451. No. 624-to regulate the construction of

on the bill providing for the expenses of

Wheeler, James T., bill (H. R. No. 988) for

2309

the impeachment trial.. private buildivgs in the city of Wash

the relief of-[By Mr. Gravely.] ington, District of Columbia.......

referred, 22:28. .934

on the bill for the relief of J. S. Cunning: No. 750--to provide for juries in certain

bam ........

.. 2:22

Whisky, resolution instructing Committee of cases in the District of Columbia ... 1217 on the bill to admit Arkansas to repre.

Ways and Means to inquire into the expe. No. 793—to incorporate the Evening Star

sentation in Congress...... ..2392 diency of providing by law for the total Newspaper Company ..

on the bill to extend the charter of Wash- destruction of all high wines and, which

1418 No. 879-io incorporate the Lloyd Car:

ington city.................. 2409, 2410, 2011 may be seized as having been manufac. Heating and Ventilating Company, 1759 on the bill to regulate the civil service, 2166

tured in fraud of the revenue laws-[By No. 916-to amend an act entitled “An

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)... .2936, Mr. Ingersoll, December 12, 1867.] actio establish in the District of Co

2982, 2984, 3064, 3049, 3066, 3071

objected to, 156. lumbia a House of Correction for Boys,''

on the river and harbor bill.....3210, 3565 resolution calling for information in reference 1900

on the bill to regulate immigrant ships, to the quantity of, seized, condemned, No. 1009-to amend the law of the Dis

3269

and sold, &c., in the cities of New York trict of Columbia in relation to judicial

on the bill to relieve certain citizens of and Brooklyn--[By Mr. Allison, Janu. proceedings therein........ .2291

North Carolina from political disabili. ary 6, 1868.] No. 1027-to authorize the construction

ities......

...3307 adopted, 332. of a bridge over Black River, in Lorain

during call of the House ......... 3454, 3455

Whisky frands, memorial of Cincinnati Chamcounty, Ohio.........

.2331

on the resolution for a clerk to the Com- ber of Commerce in reference to .........417 No, 1076---for the relief of Helen M.

mittee on Invalid Pensions............ 3927 communication from Miles N. Carpenter in Smith .....

...2499
on the bill in relation to New York war reference to......

.1177 No. 1133-for the relief of Mrs. Mary

claims........

...3946

report in reference to the--[By Mr. Van Jackson

2750
on the bill making appropriations for the Wyck]........

.1860, 1869, 1926 Columbia Deaf and Dumb Institution, No. 1213-to incorporate the Potomac

remarks byNavigation Company ..................3031

4059, 4373, 4374

1926

Mr. Ashley, of Ohio...... No. 1328-to aur borize the corporate au.

on the funding bill.......

....4192

Mr. Jenckes....
on the bill to improve the Mississippi
thorities of Georgetown to subscribe the

1926, 1927 river.....

Mr. Lailin...

1927 sum of $300,000 to build a branch rail

.4255, 4256, 4257
Mr. Logan......

1926
road to connect said city with the Alex-
on the bill relating to vacancies in the

Mr. Randall

1927 Departments. andria, Loudoun, and Hampshire rail.

4260, 4261
on the National Life Insurance Company

Mr. Van Wyck ...
road, and to levy a tax therefor.....3587
bill......

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois....

....1927 No. 1421-for the relief of Lieutenant

.4342
on the ocean steamers bill.....

Mr. Wood ........
Paris L. Reed .........

..1926, 1927 ..4000

4391 on the joint resolution in relation to the

resolution for printing extra copies of the joint resolution introduced by—

payment of interest due from States,

report of the Committee on Retrench. No. 108-extending the privileges of the

4475, 4476 ment on--[By Mr. Van Wyck, March libraries to the justices of the supreme on the joint resolution relative to lighting

13, 1868. ] court of the District of Columbia..... 89

the streets of Washington city........4477

referred, 1869. resolutions submitted by

leave of absence granted to ........ .3692 resolution in reference to a document purdirecting the heads of the several Depart. Welles, Henry S., resolution calling for inform- porting to be a report from the Com

ments to furnish the aggregate amount ation concerning a contract made in the mittee on Retrenchment on the subject
of the twenty per cent. allowance to the spring of 1866 with, for the reinoval of of-[By Mr. Jenckes, March 17, 1868.]
employés of their respective Depart- obstructions in the Savannah river-[By proposed, 1926.
ments for the year ending June 30, Mr. Eliot, January 16, 1868.]
1867—[December 11, 1867)............ 134 adopted, 566.

Whistler, Julia, bill (S. No. 516) granting a calling for a statement of the amount ex- Wesson, D. B., bill (S. No. 229) for the relief

pension to. pended for repairs on the New York of Horace Smith and, or their assigns.

received from Senate, 3345; referred, 8346; custom-honse for two years prior to the referred, 991 : reported, 1316 ; passed, 1317; Whitall, Major John A., bill (H. R. No. 1091)

reported adversely, 8896.
1st day of February, 1868—[February enrolled, 1393.
26, 1868]............
.... 1448 || Weston, Charles T., joint resolution (H. R.

for the relief of the legal representatives in reference to a contract made for labor No. 224) for the relief of, of Pennsylva

of, late paymaster in the United States in the public store or appraiser's depart- nia-[By Mr. Lincoln.]

Army, on account of lost or stolen vouchment in the city of New York-[Febru. referred, 1631.

ers-[By Mr. Clever.]
ary 26, 1868].
..1449 West, William B., consul at Dublin, letters of,

referred, 2527. reports made by....

134, 2162

July 4, 1866, to Patrick J. Condon.........4 Whiteford, John, bill (H. R. No. 401) for the motions made by...... 3888, 4342, 4432, 4475 resolution instructing Committee on Foreign

relief of, late captain in the first regiment incidental remarks by

........ 668,
Affairs to inquire into the conduct of,

of Arkansas infantry-[By Mr. Clarke, of
1400, 906, 2049, 3942,
regarding American prisoners that

Kansas.)
4003, 4390, 4430, 4433
city--(By Mr. Robinson, December 2,

referred, 474. remarks on the bill defining a quorum of

1867.]

Whitehead, Otis A., bill (H. R. No. 1417) to the Supreme Court....... ..482 read, 8; discussed, 3, 7; referred, 8.

release the sureties on the official bond of, on the death of Hon. Cornelius S. Hamilremarks by

an additional paymaster in the Army of ton, a Representative from Ohio..... 719 Mr. Banks.........

....8 the United States, for moneys lost after on the bill in relation to taxing national

Mr. Farnsworth

...3 his death-[By Mr. Robertson.]
bank shares........

....... 801
Mr. Judd.....

referred, 4000.
on the Kentucky election (case of John

Mr. Logan.

Whitt, Martin, bill (S. No. 499) granting a pen. Young Brown)........... ........943

Mr. Robinson

.......... 3, 4, 6 sion to the widow and child of, deceased. on legislative appropriation bill, 1088, 3705 Mr. Ross

1:6 received froun Senate, 3345; referred, 3846.

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1860, 1869

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Whittemore, B. F., a Representative from Williams, Thomas, a Representative from
South Carolina........

4215 Pennsylvania --Continued.
joint resolution introduced by-

remarks on the amendment of the judiciary
No. 356—relative to land scrip in the State

act........

.1882
of South Carolina

.4412 on the bill for the relief of W. W. Holden
Whittlesey, E., resolution calling for transcript and others.........1908, 1928, 1933, 1934

of the records of a military court held at on the impeachment replication ......2079,
Raleigh, North Carolina, in the summer

2080, 2081
of 1866, for the trial of, and others-[By on the bill to admit Alabama to repre-
Mr. Eggleston, June 30, 1868.]

sentation in Congress.....

.2138, 2209
agreed to, 3613

on the Alta Vela resolution...

... 2366
Wilcox, Charles W., bill (H. R. 672) granting on the bill to regulate immigrant ships,
a pension to the widow and minor children

3272
of-[By Mr. Van Aernam.]

on the bill to relieve certain citizens from
reported and passed, 1042; passed Senate political disabilities ........ ...3366

with amendments, 3340; disagreed to, 3694; on the purchase of Alaska...............3662
conference, 3694, 3732 ; conference re-

3665, 3668, 3806, 3811, 3812, 3814, 3884
port, 3937; agreed to by Senate, 3928; by (See Appendix.)
House, 3937; enrolled, 4002; approved, on the additional articles of impeachment,
4255.

3793
In Senate : Received from House, 1038; re- (See Appendix.)

ferred, 1068; reported, 1515; passed with on the treaty-making power. ...4136
amendments, 3320; conference, 3688; leave of absence granted to... 2006, 2682, 4335
conference report, 3857 ; concurred in by || Williams, William, a Representative from
Senate, 3857; by House, 3954; enrolled, Indiana.....
3958.

petitions presented by.

....876,
Wilcox, William W., bill (H. R. No. 755) for
the relief of-[By Mr. Harding.)

980, 1054, 1117, 1830, 1862, 2652

bills introduced by-
referred, 1217.
Wilkes, Charles, bill (H. R. No. 1309) for the

No. 210—10 fund the interest-bearing debt
relief of, rear admiral of the Navy—[By

of the United States and to provide for
Mr. Woodbridge.]

a national tax thereon and the distri.
referred, 3377.

bution of the taxes collected to the
Wilklow, Asyron, bill (H. R. No. 669) grant-

several States, in lieu of State or local
ing a pension to the widow and children

taxation, and to provide a sinking fund
01-[By Mr. Van Aernam.]

for the payment of the public debt...51
reported and passed, 1042; passed Senate

No. 227–to exempt from taxation all
with amendments, 3340; disagreed to,

manufactured goods where the product
3693 ; conference, 3694, 3732; conference

produced or manufactured shall not ex-
report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928;

ceed $5,000 per annum, except certain
by House, 3938 ; enrolled, 4002; approved,

manufactured articles specified....... 89
4255.

joint resolutions introduced by—
In Senate : received from House, 1038; re- No. 122—to amend an act authorizing the
ferred, 1068; reported, 1515; passed with

issue of national currency, approved
amendments, 3320 ; conference, 3688; February 25, 1863...

154
conference report, 3857 ; concurred in by No. 158—for the relief of John B. Chap-
Senate, 3857 ; by House, 3954; enrolled,

.636
8958.
Wilklow, Mrs. Sarah A., bill (H. R. No. 507)

No. 188—to authorize the issue of $140,-
granting a pension to-[By Mr. Lawrence,

000,000 legal tender notes, to supply

the deficiency in the currency caused by
referred, 687.

the canceling of legal-tender and com-
Williams, Ann, bill (H. R. No. 851) granting

pound-interest notes.....
a pension to-[By Mr. Hopkins. ]

No. 291-giving additional compensation
referred, 1631; reported and passed, 3891 ;

to certain employés in the civil service
passed Senate, 4395 ; enrolled, 4434; ap-

of the Government at Washington, 2936
proved, 4498.

incidental remarks by...... ........934, 935
In Senate: received from House and re-

remarks on the President's message, 749,750
ferred, 3917; reported, 4145; passed,

(See Appendix.)
4367; enrolled, 4442.

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)...2850,2855
Williams, Thomas, a Representative from

leave of absence granted to ........ .1308,
Pennsylvania

.2

1512, 1542, 1667, 1927, 2072
petitions presented by......

145, Williamson, Mrs. Susan Ten Eyck, bill (H. R.
692, 1094, 2416, 2583, 3238, 4264 No. 829) granting a pension to-[By Mr.
report made by ...

...692

Van Aernam.]
......692

reported and passed, 1450 ; passed Senate,

3340; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3731.
remarks on the resolution of the Judiciary

1453, 1761, 1965, 2107 In Senate: received from House, 1463 ;
Committee for the impeachment of the

referred, 1464; reported, 1669 ; passed,

3323 ; enrolled, 3359.

.........69
on the bill defining a quorum of the Su-

Williston, Louisa M., bill (H. R. No. 1166)
preme Court ............478, 479, 488, 489

granting a pension to-[By Mr. Perbam.]

reported and passed, 2907; passed Senate,
on the bill concerning land grants to

4394 ; enrolled, 4134; approved, 4498.
southern railroads.....697, 970, 971, 975

In Senate: received from House, 2925 ;
on the resolution in relation to Stephen J.

referred, 2935; reported, 3814 ; passed,

4363; enrolled, 4412.

........946
on the Kentucky election (case of Samuel

Wills, Dean Addison, bill (H. R. No. 1094)
on the consular and diplomatic appropria-

......... 1199

granting a pension to-[By Mr. Holman.)

referred, 2527.
on the bill for the surrender of criminals,

Wilson, Ann, bill (H. R. No. 827) granting a

pension to-[By Mr. Van Aernam.]
on the bill for the protection of witnesses,

1273 reported and passed, 1450 ; passed Senate,

3840; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3731.
on the resolution reported for the impeach-

1334

In Senate: received from House, - - 1463 ;

referred, 1464; reported, 1669 ; passed,

.1398 3323; enrolled, 3359.
on the articles of impeachment.........1562

Wilson, Mrs. Emma, bill (8. No. 174) for the

relief of, of the State of Indiana.
received from Senate, 4382.

Wilson, James F., a Representative from
lowa..

....2
petitions presented by.....

.950,

1094, 1142, 1806, 2193
bills introduced by-
No. 308 — to authorize the companies

building the Union Pacific railroad, or
any branch thereof, to select sites for

certain purposes therein named...... 209
No. 371-for the protection in certain

cases of persons making disclosure as

defendants or testifying as witnesses, 416
No. 485—to aid the improvement of the

Des Moines and Rock Island rapids, in

the Mississippi river........ .637
No.552-supplementary to an act entitled

"An act to allow the United States to
prosecute appeals and writs of error
without giving security

.779
No. 573--for the better organization of

the district court of the United States

within the State of Louisiana .......... 780
No. 719—for the surrender of persons

convicted of certain crimes...... .1127
No. 746--authorizing the United States

district judge for the district of Iowa to
appoint clerks at the several places
where terms of the district court for
said district are provided by law.... 1217
No. 944-to provide a remedy for the loss

or destruction of judgment records or
decrees pertaining to proceedings in
the United States courts.............

....2022
resolutions submitted by—
calling on the President for the record

of the trial by military commission of
Albert M. D. C. Lusk, of Louisiana, in
New Orleans, in August last, all papers
connected with the case, and a state-
ment of his action thereon-[Decem-
ber 9, 1867]......

....96
in reference to extending aid to railroad

companies by granting subsidies in the
bonds of the United States, or by guar-
antying the payment of any stock or
other liabilities[February 25, 1868],

1420
directing Committee on Military Affairs

to inquire into the expediency of an-
thorizing the payment to Isaac Watts
of the back pay and allowances due his
adopted son, Samuel Watts, who died
in the service of the United States-

[March 26, 1868)............... .2143
in relation to the pay of southern mem.
bers—[July 21, 1868]...

.4293
directing the Committee on the Judiciary

to investigate the charges against Rich-
ard Busteed, United States district

judge of Alabama-[July 22, 1868], 4335
reports made by

..230,
477, 691, 1273, 2388, 3967, 4293, 4335
motions made by...

489, 668, 692, 977, 978, 1769, 1860,

2130, 2165, 2479, 3311, 3732, 3881, 4224
incidental remarks by.....477, 636, 690, 691,

781, 1084, 1198, 1218, 1346, 1769, 2363,

2366, 2400, 3590, 3689, 3885, 4001, 4345
remarks on the resolution for the impeach-

ment of the President, reported from the
Judiciary Committee...... ...... 65, 68, 69
(See Appendix )
on the bill relating to a quorum in the
Supreme Court......

......96
on the President's message... ............ 183
on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 309), 215
on the bill declaring what shall constitute
a quorum of the Supreme Court, 477, 478

483, 484, 485, 186, 487, 488, 489
on the Dubuque and 'Sioux City railroad

bill....... ........568, 569, 570, 571
on the bill to improve the Rock river
rapids.....

.691, 692
on the bill for the sale of the arsenal

grounds at St. Louis.............. 715, 716
on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri.
can citizens abroad...

...831,
867, 1127, 1129, 1159, 1160
on the correspondence relating to the

Secretary of War..........
personal and explanatory.......í 1045, 1927

man..

of Ohio.]

.......... 934

.96,

motion made by....
incidental remarks by.....

........ 1277,

President.........

(See Appendia.)

Meany.

E. Smith). .....
tion bill.... 1219, 1220, 1221, 1222, 1223

ment of the President....
(Not published.)
(See Appendix)

977, 978

versy:

Wilson, James F., a Representative from Wilson, Stephen F., a Representative from Windom, William, a Representative from Min-
Iowa-Continued.
Pennsylvania-Continued.

nesota-Continued. remarks on the order of business.........1156, motion made by .........

2109 reports made by.........693, 3761, 3853, 3854 2171, 4135 incidental remarks by.

.3889 motions made by....... .....648, 2329, on bill for the sorrender of criminals, 1273 remarks on the bill to admit North Carolina,

2318, 3759, 3850, 3882, 4432, 4472 on resolution concerning contracts of the &c.........

..2153, 2455, 2456 incidental remarks by..

...638, Post Office Department... 1295 leave of absence granted to.. .2497

693, 954, 1098, 1400, on the bill to punish an unlawful use of Windom, William, a Representative from Min

2217, 2351, 3692, 3943 public money. ...........1333, 1334 nesota .......

.2 remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from on the resolution reported for the impeach. petitions presented by ........ ......9, 268,

internal tax.......... ..

.29 ment of the President......... 1346, 1386

1287, 1620, 2030, 2289 personal and explanatory ............63, 64 on the civil appropriation bill....1476, 1477, bills introduced by

on the bill amendatory of the homestead 1481, 1998, 2001, 2005, 2006, 20:26 No. 254-to amend an act entitled An

law...........

......331, 539 on the articles of impeachment....... 1616, act to provide for the more efficient on the resolution concerning the Congres.

1640, 1641
government of the rebel States, and to sional Directory .....

........... 692 on the joint resolution concerning captured facilitate restoration," passed March 2, on the resolution providing a clerk to the property.....

...... 1767
1867

.....90

Committee on Printing ..........800, 801 on the bill to amend the judiciary act, 1859, No. 358--for the relief of settlers on the on the legislative appropriation bill, 1024, 1860, 2165, 2160, 2108, 2109, 2170 late Sioux Indian reservation in the

1046, 1051 on the bill for the relief of W. W. Holden

State of Minnesota

...331

on the resolution reported for the impeachand others.........

.1909 No. 359-amendatory of the homestead ment of the President.................. 1367 on the amendment of the judiciary act,

law..

...331

(See Appendix.) 2059, 2060, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 No. 581-for the relief of the Winona and on the letter of the Secretary of the Treason the bill to admit Alabama to represent- St. Peter's Railroad Company ........780 ury relative to the Union Pacific rail. ation in Congress...... 2165 No. 613-additional to an act making a road

.......... 2134 on the Donnelly and Washburne contro- grant of land to the Territory of Min- on the Indian appropriation bill......2170,

3360, 3361
nesota in alternate sections to aid in the

2171, 2176, 2176 on the bill for the relief of William Mc.

construction of certain railroads in said on the Donnelly and Washburne controGarrahan .......... 2:88, 2389, 2171, 2172, Territory, and to an act granting public versy ...

,2354, 2473, 2174, 2475, 2476, 2477, 2178, 2479 lands in alternate sections to the State

2355. 2356, 2357, during call of the House .........3415, 3451 of Alabama to aid in the construction of

2358, 2359, 2360 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......3419, a certain railroad in said State .........935 on the order of business...................

......2354 3456, 3458, 3479, 3492, 3500, 3534 No. 644--for the relief of the Winnebago on questions relating to impeachment, on the bill confirming the title to a tract

Indians.
... 935

2354, 2355 of land in Burlington, lowa. .........3477 No. 1110-to carry out certain treaty stipu- on the Indian appropriation bill, 2015, 2016, on the purchase of Alaska ......3811, 3884 lations with Creek tribe of Indians, 2569

2617, 2018, 2620, 2621, 2642, on bill making appropriations for Columbia No.1195-to carryinto effect certain treaty

26-13, 2682, 2707, 2710, 2711 Deaf and Dumb Institution...........3886

stipulations with the Choctaw nation or

on the ocean pers bill.

.8032 on ihe resolution for a clerk to the Com- tribe of Indians............... ...2936 on the bill to traustir the control of Indian

mittee on Invalid Pensions...........3927 No. 1299_conferring certain rights on set- affairs to the War Department......3853, on the bill in relation to New York war tlers on the public lands of the United

8854, 4472 claims.......

...3945
States

.3304

on the bill for the relief of loyal Choctaw on the hill to fix the military peace estah. No. 1300-authorizing repayments in cases and Chickasaw Indians.... ...........2864, lishment

.... 3948, 3949, 3951 of illegal entries under the homestead on the Missouri contested election (case law.

3855, 8856, 3881, 3882, 4341

...3364 of Switzler vs. Anderson)............ 4130, No. 1374--for the relief of Dent, Vantine

on the joint resolution continuing the

4001 4131, 4132, 4133 & Co., for provisions furnished to the

refining of bullion ......... on the admission of the Representatives

Indians of California during the years

leave of absence granted to................öltés from Alabama.......

4293
1851 and 1952.........

....3853

Wisconsin, joint resolution of Legislature of, leave of absence granted to........ .4383 No. 1375-to transfer to the Department of

instructing their Senators and requesting Wilson, John T., a Representative from Ohio, 2 the Interior certain powers and duties

their Representatives to adhere to the petitions presented by .......... ..98,

now exercised by the Secretary of the

policy of the loyal people of the Republic

.1993 403, 453, 136), 1402, 2114, 2827 Treasury in connection with Indian

as adopted by Congress bills introduced by

affairs .....

.3853

Witham, Amos, bill (H. R. No. 774) granting No, 241-to authorize State authorities to No. 1376--for the relief of the loyal Choc.

a pension to--[By Mr. Polsley.) tax non-interest-bearing United States taw and Chiekasaw Indians............3854 reported and passed, 1296; passed Senate, notes...... ......90 joint resolutions introduced by

3840; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3731. No. 245—to grant a pension to Adam No. 168-to amend an act entitled "An act In Senate: received from House, 1292: re. Carrell, of Gallipolis, Ohio..............90

to aid in the construction of a railroad ferred, 1308; reported, 1069; passed, No. 794-to reopen the land office in the and telegraph line froin the Missouri 3322; enrolled, 3353.

Virginia military district of Ohio... 1418 river to the Pacific ocean,'' approved Witness-see Woolley, Charles W. resolutions submitted by

July 1, 1862. ......

638 Witnesses, resolution authorizing the directing Committee on Soldiers' and No. 525-relative to the pay of the chief Sailors' Bounties to report the result of clerk in the office of the Sergeant at.

of two, Mr. Gould and Mr. Pickerell, who

have testified before the select Commit. their investigations at the earliest pos

Arms of the House......

..3758 tee on Southern Railroads—[By Mr. Mcsible day-[December 12, 1867).....153 No. 337-continuing the refining of bullion Clurg, December 10, 1867.] directing Committee on Public Lands to in the Mint of the United States and inquire into the expediency of ceding to branches.......

reported and adopted, 105.

.... 4001 Ohio the lands of the Virginia military resolutions submitted by

bill (H. R. No. 371) for the protection in district-[Februnry 26,1868)......... 1449 relating to the distribution of the second

certain cases of persons making disin regard to allowing newspapers upon edition of the Congressional Directory

closure as defendants or testifying aswhich the regular rate of postage has [January 22, 1868)

[By Mr. Wilson, of Iowa.]

referred, 416.
been paid to be remailed within twenty for printing extra copies of the correspond-
days from the date of publication without ence between the President and General

bill (S. No. 306) for the protection in cer. further charge-[June 1, 1868)......2751 Grant concerning the vacation of the War

tain cases of persons making disclosure incidental remarks by ......... .....37, 2751 Office-[February 10, 1868)......... 1084

as parties or testifying as. remarks on the President's message...... 755 authorizing the Doorkeeper to appoint a

received from Senate, 970; referred, 984; leave of absence granted to ......... 2335, 2459 document file clerk and pay him from the

reported and passed, 1384; enrolled,

1393.
Wilson, Stephen F., a Representative from contingent fund of the House-[Febru-
Pennsylvania....

...2
ary 10, 1868).......

.... 1084
remarks by

.1934 petitions presented by .....073, 776, 950, 3598 rescinding the resolution adopted in rela

Mr. Peters. .......... bill introduced by

tion to drawing for weats“[February 11,

Mr. Pruyn.

1334 No. 458—for the relief of the estate of 1868]. .......

....... 1098 Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania......1334 Isaac Phillips, deceased, who was a for a select committee to investigate the Wood, Cyrus K., bill (H. R. No. 663) grantprivate in the revolutionary war......601 charges made by Hon. E. B. Washburne ing arrears of a pension to, legal repre

against Hon. I. Donnelly-[May 4,1868), sentative of Cyrus D. Wood-[By Mr. 195, 388, 399. 433, 947, 1250, 1460, 1619,

2355

Perbam.] 1632, 1693, 1859, 1927, 1968, 2082, 2132, for the payment to the representatives of reported and passed, 1040; passed Senate 2143, 2217, 2175, 3692, 3918, 4002, 4052, Colonel Lewis P. Buckley, late assistant with amendments, 3340 ; 'disagreed to, 1080, 1082, 4131, 4173, 4295, 4302, 4306, doorkeeper, of one month's extra pay- 3693 ; conference, 3694, 3732; conference 1884, 1375, 1122, 1478, 4192, 4199, 4500 [July 6, 1868]..

.......3759

report, 3938; agreed to by Senaie, 3928;

payment

......692

reports made by

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Wood, Cyras K., bill (H. R. No. 668)-Con- Wood, Fernando, a Representative from New

Wood, Fernardo, a Representative from New Woodbridge, Frederiek E., « Representative
tinued.
York- Continued.

from Vermont-Continued.
by House, 3938 ; enrolled, 4002 ; ap- remarks on the supplementary reconstruction remarks on the bill in relation to southern
proved, 4255.
1787 bill (H. R. No. 439) ...............517, 541, land grants........

......... 979
In Senate : received from House, 1038; re-

543, 546, 551, 597, 662, 663, 664 on the legislative appropriation bill, 1046,
ferred, 1008; reported, 1461 ; passed with V on the resolution of censure.. .542

1048, 1052, 1090, 1091, 1274, 1275
amendments, 8319; conference, 3688 ; on the legislative appropriation bill...1111 on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri-
conference report, 3857; concurred in by on the Kentucky election (case of Samuel can citizens abroad ....

1180
Senate, 3857 ; by House, 3954; enrolled, E. Smith)..........

........ 1185

on the resolution reported for the impeach-
3958.
(Bill 31

on the consular and diplomatic appropria- ment of the President....... 1387
Food, Hon. Fernando, letter of, to President tion bill.............. 1201, 1219, 1220 on the articles of impeachment ........ 1640

in relation to arrest of John Warren... 418 on the Army appropriation bill........1277, on the Donnelly and Washburne contro-
letter of, to Robert Toombs, Jan., 1861,584

1278, 1281, 1284
versy.......

.2358, 2359
resolution that the Speaker pronounce the on the naval appropriation bill........1319, on the bill to regulate the freight tariff on
censure of the House upon, a member

1322, 1324, 1325, 1328, 1422

the Pacific railroad

..2427
of the House from New York, for hav- on the bill for the relief of the destitute in on the bill to admit North Carolina,
ing characterized in debate a measure the District of Columbia............... 1421 &c ....

2463
of the House as a monstrosity, a on the joint resolution assigning a lot for on tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)...3404, 3405
measure the most infamous of the many a school in Florida......

.1791 on the bill for the relief of the contractors
infamous acts of this infamous Con- on the bill to exempt certain manufac-

for iron-clads...
gress!? —[By Mr. Dawes, January 15, tures from tax........ .1796, 2102, 2106 on the purchase of Alaska... .4054
1868.)

on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri- (Not published.)
adopted, 542.

can citizens abroad...... ....1805, 2030 leave of absence granted to... ...... 2671, 4343
remarks by-

on the bill for the admission of Alabama, Woodward, George W., a Representative from
Mr. Bingham
542

1819, 1938

Pennsylvania ....
Mr. Burr.

542
on the order of business... 1857, 2306, 2943 petitions presented by.

.1117,
Mr. Dawes.....

542, 543 on the purchase of Alaska......1870, 1871
Mr. Eldridge

.542, 543
on the amendment of the judiciary act,

1229, 1775, 1833, 2305, 2726
Mr. Holman....................

bills introduced by-
542

1886, 2064, 2065
Mr. Kerr ......................
542 on the report in reference to whisky frauds,

No. 275--for the relief of Zephaniah
Mr. Pruyn......
542

1926, 1927

Knapp, of Pittston, Luzerne county,
Mr. Ross.....
542 on the bill to continue the Freedmen's

Pennsylvania

152
Mr. Spalding.

.542
Bureau ....

No. 951—for the relief of Samuel Healy,

...1993, 1996, 1997
Mr. Wood.......
542 on the civil appropriation bill...

late lieutenant fifty-sixth Pennsylvania
Dr. Woodbridge

volunteers

2069
542 on the impeachment replication ......2072,
yeas and nays on the.....
542

2074, 2075, 2081

No. 1002—for the relief of Henry C.
Wood, Fernando, a Representative from New

..2288
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060).....2712,

Tyler........,
York...

.........95
2817, 2820, 2821, 2823, 2826, 2839,

No. 1006-to test the constitutionality of
petitions presented by.
1428, 2827 2844, 2845, 2848, 2876, 2877, 2878, 2883,

questionable acts of Congress........2291
bills introduced by -

2885, 2887, 2888, 2913, 2916, 2017, 2918

No. 1219-amendatory of an act entitled
No. 809—to incorporate the Washington during call of the House...2644, 2647, 2648

"An act relating to habeas corpus, and
Masonic Mutual Relief Association of on the resolution relating to a guard-room

regulating, judicial proceedings in cer.
the District of Columbia..............1419

...3101
at the Capitol ............2649, 2650, 2651
No. 1200—to incorporate the Washington

No. 1289—for the relief of Edward W.
on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a
Gymnastic Association................2936

Wardell ......

.....3363
recusant witness, 2702, 2703, 2705, 2706
joint resolutions introduced by-
on the Indian appropriation bill, 2710, 2711

joint resolutions introduced by-
No.139-requesting the President to inter-

No. 130—in relation to sale of stock of
on the resolution relating to the death of
cede for the release of American citizens ex-President Buchanan.....

the Dismal Swamp Canal Company, 286

...2817
imprisoned in Great Britain and Ireland,

No. 170—in relation to the interest of the
on the reception of the Chinese embassy,
on insufficient grounds.................. 420

United States in the Dismal Swamp

2906
No. 142—to limit the time and circum-

canal..........
on the National Life Insurance Company,
stances regulating the action of the Uni-

4342

resolutions submitted by-
ted States with reference to the recog.

on the resolution for an adjournment to in reference to establishing a national
nition of belligerent rights of hostile

September......... ..4876, 4377, 4378 armory within some one of the anthra-

..473
resolutions submitted by

censured by order of the House .........543 cite coal fields of Pennsylvania for the
on questions relating to impeachment,

manufacture of ordnance, &c.-[Jan-
that this House will reserve to itself the
1401, 1425, 1426, 1905, 2021 uary 27, 1868].......

..783
right to judge of the propriety of mak.
ing disbursements of the public money
on the resolution reported for the impeach-

in reference to the expediency of repeal-
ment of the President..... .1393, 1402 ing so much of all acts as make Treas-
for the acquisition of territory without leave of absence granted to...

....2162 ury notes or anything else than gold and
reference to any action of the President | Woodbridge, Frederick E., a Representative silver coin a legal tender in payment of
and Senate--[December 16, 1867)... 213

from Vermont.....

..445

debts-[March 23, 1868).............. 2072
calling for the correspondence between bills introduced by-

that Charles W. Woolley be brought to the
the General of the Army and Major

No. 409— for the relief of Joel H. Lucia, bar of the House, and that the man.
General Hancock relating to the removal

474

agers be permitted to address to the said
of councilmen in the city of New Or-
No. 410—for the relief of Friend A.

witness any questions which the House
leans--[February 14, 1868)...........1177

Brainard..........

..474

may deeide to be proper-[May 30,
in relation to the transfer of real estate

1868]

.... 2702
within the District of Columbia since

No. 501-supplementary to an act entitled
"An act to regulate prize proceedings

on the death of Ex-President Buchanan
1861 to officers of the Government- and the distribution of prize money," [June 3, 1868).
(March 10, 1868]..........

.2810
638 report made by.......

..2499
extending to the Chinese embassy a public

motions made by

.2499
reception (June 6, 1868]
No. 565–for the relief of George Lati-

incidental remarks by..

1200,
motions made by...213, 1177, 1316, 1790, 2030

....2906

mer, formerly United States consul at
St. John, Porto Rico ....................

.780

1296, 2140, 2217, 2541, 3101, 3589, 4396
.95, 241, 333,
No. 1071-to further prevent undervalua-

remarks on the President's message..... 177,
422, 662, 1160, 1200, 1801, 1402, tion of merchandise imported into the

178, 179, 614
1421, 1426, 1854, 1901, 1907, 1927,
United States, and for other purposes,

on the Missouri election (case of Birch vs.
1989, 2651, 2676, 4259, 4416, 4423

2461
Van Horn).........

.... 401, 402
remarks on the deficiency bill (H. R. No.

No. 1309—for the relief of Charles Wilkes, on the bill defining a quorum of the Su-

...289, 290
on the resolation authorizing the sale of
rear admiral of the Navy......... .3377

preme Court............. 484, 485, 486, 487
report made by........

3618 on the reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 439),
on the resolution relating to the District

512, 640
..359, 360, 361 motions made by........

......... 1046, 3618
incidental remarks by ......

.3883 on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri:'
on the case of Rev. Jolan McMahon...417,
.........362, 363 remarks on the joint resolation to provide ean citizens abroad............... 866, 1017

for examination of distillery meters, 445 on the legislative appropriation bill, 1114,
on the joint resolution relating to Ameri-

418, 419
on the bill defining a quorum of the Su-

1115, 1251, 1252
can citizens imprisoned in Ireland...420

.....484, 489 on the resolution reported from the Com-
on the censure of Hon. Fernando Wood,542 mittee on Reconstruction for the im.
on the bill to provide for the appointment peachment of the President......... 1340,

of a marshal for the District of Colum-
430, 446, 447 bia.......

on the articles of impeachment........1547

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