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Louisiana, joint resolution (S. No. 117) recog- || McDougall, James A., a Senator from Califor Minnesota- Continued.
nizing the government of the State of-Con nia-Continued.

bill (S. No.354) extending the time for the com-
tinued.

remarks on recognizing the government of the pletion of certain land-grant railroads in the
remarks on the, by-

State of Louisiana

...1108 State of, and regulating the disposal of lands
Mr. Hendricks........ ..1105, 1108, 1111 remarks on the internal revenue bill, 1195, 1197, heretofore granted said State to aid in the
Mr. Howard

..1012,

1198, 1238, 1239, 1240, 1253, construction of such roads................14, 34
1064, 1068, 1069, 1091, 1092, 1093,

1288, 1290, 1291, 1292, 1293 bill (S. No. 295) making an additional grant of
1094, 1095, 1096, 1107, 1127, 1128

remarks on the Pacific railroad.... ..1221 lands to the State of, in alternate sections, to
Mr. Johnson

.....1065,

remarks on the loan bill......... 1223, 1224, 1225 aid in the construction of a railroad in said
1066, 1070, 1095, 1096, 1097, 10 8,
remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi State............

.............360,547
1099, 1103, 1104, 1105, 1107, 1129 cial expenses of the Government..... 1226 || Mint, joint resolution (H. R. No. 45) to enable
Mr. Lane, of Kansas......1011, 1102, 1111

remarks on the Indian appropriation bill, 1231, the Secretary of the Treasury to obtain the
Mr. McDougall.......
....1108

1232, 1233 title of certain property in Carson City and
Mr. Pomeroy, 1101, 1102, 1104, 1109, 1126

remarks on the Army appropriation bill...1277 State of Nevada, for the purposes of a branch,
Mr. Powell.. .....1011, 1061, 1062, 1063,

remarks on consolidation of Indian tribes, 1310 located in said place.......... 71, 928, 983, 990
1064, 1096, 1097, 1099, 1105, 1106, 1107 remarks on the San José mission............1310 Miranda, Juan, bill (S. No. 238) to ascertain and
Mr. Riddle

..1109
remarks on duties on imports................

.. 1345 settle certain private land claims in the State
Mr. Saulsbury
.1102, remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation of California.....

..25
1103, 1107, 1108, 1109 bill ..........

.......... 1380, 1382, 1385 remarks on the, by-
Mr. Sherman..1103, 1126, 1127, 1128, 1129 McFarland, Major, joint resolution (H. R. No.

Mr. Carlile......

..25
Mr. Sprague.
...1128, 1129 145) for the relief of........ ..717, 811

Mr. Conness...

..25
Mr. Sumner
... 1011, Mcllroy, Mary, bill (S.No. 482) for relief of, 1172 Mr. Johnson

..26
1064, 1065, 1066, 1067, 1068, 1069, 1091, Medical corps-see Army.

Missouri, bill (S. No 359) to reimburse the State
1097, 1068, 1099, 1102, 1103, 1104, 1105, | Mercantile Mutual Insurance Company of New of, for moneys expended for the United States,
1107, 1108, 1109, 1110, 1111, 1126, 1129
York, bill (H. R. No. 456) for the relief of

62, 307, 380, 513, 672
Mr. Trumbull..

....1011, 2012,
the.........

.1388, 1391 remarks on the, by-
1065, 1095, 1099, 1101, 1107, 1198, remarks on the, by-

Mr. Brown......

.380
1109, 1110, 1111, 1127, 1128, 1129

Mr. Collamer....

.1391, 1392
Mr. Foster......

..672
Mr. Wade

..1105,
Mr. Conness

.1391
Mr. Harlan......

.....513
1107, 1108, 1109, 1127, 1128 Mr. Farwell....

.1392

Mr. Henderson ...........380, 513, 672, 673
Mr. Wilkinson

............. 1095
Mr. Grimes.....

..1391
Mr. Hendricks

.......513
Mr. Wilson ........

..1105
Mr. Howe........................

.1391, 1392

Mr. Johnson .............................513, 673
yeas and nays on the.........1107, 1108, 1129

Mr. Pomeroy.

.1393
Mr. Pomeroy.

.....380
Lyon, Emily A., bill (H.R. No. 390) granting a

Mr. Sherman..

.1392
Mr. Sherman...............................

.672, 673
pension to..

.63, 326, 365
Mr. Sumner....

1392
Mr. Wade......

...513
Mr. Ten Eyck...

1391
Mr. Wilson.......

...381
M.
Mr. Wade.......
.1392 yeas and nays on the...

..513
Madison, James, joint resolution (S. R. No. yeas and nays on the..... ..1389, 1391, 1392 joint resolution (H. R. No. 86) to provide

105) respecting the publication of the papers | Metacomet, bill (S. No. 457) to change the name against periodical rebel invasions of, and to
of.

..... 467, 1338, 1361 of the propeller F. W. Backus to that of, protect the interests of the Government on
remarks on the, by Mr. Collamer ............467

915, 1005 the western border.......

...63
Mail, bill (S. No.407) to authorize the establish remarks on the, by-

bill (S. No. 377) granting lands to the State of,
odment of ocean, steamship service between the Mr. Carlile.......

. 1088 to aid in the construction of certain railroads
United States and China....765,820, 849, 888 Mr. Davis........

. 1088 in said State........

..........157
- remarks on the, by-

Mr. Grimes......

1086, 1087 resolutions by the Legislature of, in favor of
Mr. Collamer...........
.765, 766 Mr. Hale.........
1087, 1088 abolishing slavery....

..358
Mr. Conness...........

.766
Mr. Hendricks

.1088 || Mock, Catherine, widow of William H. Mock,
Mr. Hale..........
..765, 766 Mr. Saulsbury...

. 1088 bill (H. R. No. 811) for the relief of.... 1389
Mr. Sumner...

..766
Mr. Sherman....

.1087 Morell, George, bill (S. No. 399) amendatory of
Mr. Trumbull....

.766

Mr. Trumbull.... .1086, 1087, 1088 the act of August 1, 1854, in relation to.. 292
yeaa and nays on the.......

.766
Mr. Wilkinson...

. 1088 Morgan, Edwin D., a Senator from New
bill (S. No. 422) relating to the, service between yeas and nays on the........

.1088
York....

..........5, 9, 71, 112,
New York and the Pacific coast......510, 511 || Metropolitan Railroad Company...................5

127, 157, 189, 248, 256, 267, 291, 292, 307,
Mails, bill (S. No. 62) to remove all disqualifica (See District of Columbia.)

326, 357,360,379, 425, 488,531,572, 602,
tion of color in carrying the..... 63, || Michigan-see Public Lands; Railroads.

669, 670, 711, 741, 765,811, 849, 885, 942,
1388, 1389, 1391 || Michigan City Harbor Company, bill (H. R. No.

980, 1045, 1050, 1124, 1272, 1286, 1363
yeas and nays on the.......
......63 781) granting to the, the use of Government resolutions by..

......256
bill (H. R. No. 623) to amend an act to pro piers in said harbor for the purpose of pro remarks on the deficiency bill...........189, 360

vide for carrying the, from the United States tecting said harbor......1012, 1017, 1089, 1125 remarks on the bill making appropriations for
to foreign ports, and for other purposes, ap- || Mileage, bill (S. No. 372) allowing, to the Jus the consular and diplomatic expenses....248

proved March 25, 1864...79, 90, 247, 293, 308 tices of the Supreme Court of the United remarks on the fortification bill...... .1050
(See Post Office.)

States.........

..........112, 1338 remarks on the internal revenue bill........1286
Manufactures, the Committee on...................8 || Military Academy, bill (S. No. 364) to increase remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation
Maps--see Surveys.
the number of cadets in the, and to raise the bill..........

.... 1363
Marine corps, bill (H. R. No. 607) to provide standard of admission to the..................72 || Morrill, Lot M., a Senator from Mainer.1,5, 157,
for an advance of rank to officers of the Navy bill (H.R. No. 621) making appropriations for

183, 185, 202, 229, 230, 247, 273, 274,
and, for distinguished merit...............
.......90 the support of the, for the year ending June

292, 293, 294, 295, 327, 332, 333, 335,
Marriage-see District of Columbia.

30, 1866...

..307, 308,

336, 361, 379, 425, 426, 450, 457, 458,
McDougall, James A., a Senator from Califor-

379, 426,571,572, 1088, 1129, 1169, 1182

467, 510, 532, 572, 589, 602, 603, 629,
nia...
..91, 92, 95, || Military Affairs and the Militia, the Committee

642, 658, 712, 713, 742, 743,745, 765, 766,
359, 379, 430, 467, 497, 522, 533, 846, 849, on.... ...........8, 13, 33, 34, 45, 46, 47, 56

811, 850, 915, 920, 987, 988, 1008, 1049,
867, 868, 888, 922, 928, 948, 991, 1108, instructions to.......34, 45, 95, 108, 112, 712, 784

1054, 1055, 1171, 1180, 1182, 1194, 1222,
1169, 1195, 1197, 1198, 1221, 1223, 1224, reports from ...........33, 56, 184, 203, 269, 307,

1223, 1226, 1227, 1249, 1250, 1251, 1952,
1225, 1226, 1231, 1232, 1233, 1238, 1239, 489, 603, 742,784, 850, 915,942,980, 1005,

1277, 1282, 1286, 1289, 1291, 1296, 1339,
1240, 1253, 1277, 1288, 1290, 1291, 12992,
1019, 1045, 1172, 1219, 1220, 1237, 1272

1340, 1341, 1343, 1351, 1352, 1353, 1355,
1293, 1310, 1311, 1345, 1380, 1382, 1385 adverse reports from ......... .....108, 157, 811

1386, 1387, 1388, 1390, 1392, 1393, 1394
remarks on the resolution instructing the Com discharged from subjects, 269, 360, 379, 402,980 resolutions by ..........

...293, 712
mittee on the District of Columbia to inquire | Military forces of the United States, joint resolu remarks on the bill making appropriations for
into the expediency of requiring all residents tion (S. No. 82) to encourage enlistments and the consular and diplomatic expenses .... 185
of the Disirict to take an oath of allegiance promote the efficiency of the.............25, 33 remarks on the joint resolution to terminate
or fidelity ........

.....92 | Millinger, Mary A., widow of C. B. Millinger, the reciprocity treaty................... 229, 230
remarks on the amendment to the internal rev bill (H. R. No. 810) for the relief of.... 1389 remarks on the insurrectionary States....... 273
enue bill, approved June 30, 1864...........91 Mills, Rachel, bill (H. R. No. 565) granting, a

274, 1351, 1352, 1353, 1355
remarks on the deficiency bill................359 pension to, widow of Peter Mills, late a major remarks on the bill to incorporate the Depot
remarks on retaliation on rebel prisoners... 430, in the United States Army.......... 1303, 1347 and Ferry Railway Company.........294, 295

497, 522 || Minnesota, joint resolution (S. R. No. 92) to post remarks on condition of the Indian tribes..327
remarks on the reception of Senators from pone and prevent the sale for less than iheir remarks on the bill regulating commerce among
Nevada.........

.......533 appraised value of certain Indian lands in, the several States....... .....332, 1008
remarks on the credentials of Hon. Joseph

203, 226 remarks on the bill for the relief of Henry
Segar .......
.........846, 849 remarks on the, by-

A. Brigham ...................332, 333, 335, 336
remarks on naval appropriation will...867, 868

Mr. Doolittle....

..226 remarks on the bill for the relief of Benjamin
remarks on the appointment of a commission

Mr. Harlan ...
.226 Vreeland..........

... 425, 467
upon the subject of raising revenue .......888 Mr. Pomeroy..

remarks on retaliation on rebel prisoners,
remarks on courts in Nevada...... ...........948 Mr. Ramsey.

.226

457, 458

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State govern-

..........

N.

Morrill, Lou M., a Senator from Maine-Con Naval service, bill (H. R. No. 676) making ap- Nethaway, Jane W., bill (S. No. 470) for the
tinued.
propriations for the, for the year ending relief of...

....981
remarks on the Congressional Directory....510 the 30th of June, 1866-Continued. Nevada, bill (H. R. No. 601) supplementary to
remarks on the Niagara fuli's canal.. 572 remarks on the, by-

an act to enable the people of, to form a State
remarks on the enrollment acis...

€42
Mr. Hale

.821,
government..

...........57, 64
remarks on recent communications from the

825, 826, 851, 852,853,854,855, 867, 869 (See Court; Territory.)
rebel Jefferson Davis.........

..658
Mr. Hendricks.

...825, 826 bill (S. No. 374) supplementary to an act to
remarks on Army appropriation bill..920, 1277 Mr. Johnson ....

869 enable the people of, to form
remarks on the bill to establish a Bureau of Mr. Lane, of Indiana...

.858 ment.......

..........

.112
Freedmen's Affairs................ 743, 987, 988 Mr. McDougall

.867, 868 reception of Senators from.....

.533
remarks on the bill to incorporate the Sisters Mr. Nye....

.859, 860, 861, 802 remarks on the, by-
of Mercy...

....745
Mr. Saulsbury......855, 858, 859, 862, 863

Mr. Conness......

-533
remarks on fortification bill... 1049, 1054, 1055

Mr. Sherman...

...820,
Mr. Davis...

.533, 534
remarks on the internal revenue bill.. 1180, 1194

821, 825, 826, 850, 851, 869
Mr. Foot...

.534
1249, 1250, 1251, 1252, 1282, 1286, 1289, 1291 Mr. Sprague..

.823, 869
Mr. Johnson.......

-533, 534
remarks on the Pacific railroad.......1222, 1223 Mr. Stewart............

...820
Mr. McDougall

.533
remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi Mr. Wade.

.823,
Mr. Sumner...

.533
cial expenses of the Government... 1226, 1227
824,825, 826,863, 864,865, 866,867, 868 Mr. Trumbull..........

.533
remarks on the posi route bill........1339, 1340 Mr. Willey.

..859 New Mexico-see Terrilory.
remarks on duties on imports......... ..1343

Mr.. Wilson..

.822, 825 | Niagara, bill (H. R. No. 126) to construct a ship-
remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation bill (H. R. No. 605) to increase the pay of mid canal around the falls of... .........547
bill .....
.1386, 1387 shipmen and others ...

..1223, Nichols, William, bill (S. No. 469) for the re-
Morris, Harriet and Emily W., bill (H. R. No.

1236, 1272, 1293, 1339, 1356 lief of..........

..980, 1057
314) for the relief of..... .850, 1024, 1057 remarks on the, by-

Norris, Ellis, of Barnstable, Massachusetts, bill
Morrison, Ambrose, bill (H. R. No. 463) for Mr. Farwell...

.1293, 1294 (H. R. No. 808) for tbe relief of......... 1389
the relief of.........

1090, 1099, 1388
Mr. Grimes .

. 1293, 1294 Northup, Sallie C., bill (H. R. No. 572) for the
Mott, Danford-- see Court of Claims.
bill (H. R. No. 801) to amend certain acts re relief of..........

....183
Mowrey, George, bill for the relief of.... 247, 271 lating to the, and for other purposes ... 1223, || Norton, Daniel S., a Senator from Minnesota,
Munson, Francis, bill for the relief of.........247

1236, 1338 credentials of, presented..... ............670
Murray, George W., bill (H. R. No. 380) for bill (H. R. No. 803) to revive in part the act Nye, James W., a Senator from Nevada......533,
the relief of ....
........ 46, 77 approved March 3, 1857, making appropria-

663, 664, 820, 859, 860, 861, 862,
tions for the, for the year ending 30th of June,

927, 928, 990, 991, 1008, 1045, 1143,
1858...
.1223, 1235, 1338

1178, 1228, 1229, 1231, 1310, 1368
National Academy of Sciences, report of, pre joint resolution (S. R. No.80) in relation to the credentials of, presented..

...533
sented....

.765, distribution of prize money .................. 1338 remarks on the admission of Nevada, 663, 664
Naval Affairs, the Commiliee on......... ..8, 13 joint resolution (S. R. No.90) to authorize and remarks on the naval appropriation bill...859,
reports from....
203, direct an inventory of articles in the quarter-

860, 861, 862
307, 425, 589, 980, 1045, 1125, 1338 masters' depots of the United States, and in remarks on the Freedmen's Bureau...........990
discharged from subjects...

..402,

the possession of the natal storckcepers of the remarks on the internal revenue bill, 1143, 1178
980, 1005, 1272, 1338, 1392

United States....... 269, 293, 1338, 1355, 1361 remarks on the Indian appropriation bin, 1228,
Naval force on the lakes, resolucion (II. R. No. || Navy, bill (S. No.466) lo amend an act to promote

1229, 1231
91) of inquiry in relation to a... 44, 292, 311 the efficiency of the, approved January 16, remarks on San José mission.... ....1310
Naval observatory, bill (S. No. 478) in relation 1857, and an actamendatory thereof, approved remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation
to the ..............1125, 1170, 1338, 1354, 1361 March 3, 1859.

..942, 1338 bill..............

.1368
Naval service, communication from the Presi bill (H. R. No. 535) to further regulate the
dent recommending a vote of thanks to Cap-

0.
appointment of admirals and for the appoint-
cain John A. Winslow..............8, 56, 64, 93 ment of certain volunteer officers to the reg Oath of office, bill (S. No. 72) supplementary to an
communication from the President recommend ular.......

......... 1223, 1236, 1338 act to prescribe an, and for other purposes,
ing a vote of thanks to Lieutenant William

Navy Department, calls upon the, for information approved July 2, 1862...... 109, 358, 379, 402
B. Cushing ...........................8, 56, 64, 93

97, 226,511, 574 remarks on the, by-
(See Thanks of Congress.)
communications from the..........467, 741, 1219

Mr. Davis........

.109
bill (S. No. 350) Lo authorize the purchase or resolution calling upon the, for the number of

Mr. Johnson.............

.109
construction of revenue culters on the lakes, soldiers and sailors furnished by each State, Mr. Saulsbury ..................

.109
1,9, 25, 45

247, 294
Mr. Sumner....

.109
bill (S. No. 358) to establish the grade of vice (See Army.)

yeas and nays on the....

.110
admiral in the United States Navy......... 62, joint resolution (No. 114) authorizing the Secre Observatory-sec Naval Observatory,
72, 77, 90, 97 tary of the Navy to expend a portion of the

Officers and soldiers of the militia of the States of
bill (H. R. No. 607) to provide for an advance contingent fund for enlarging thé.... 13, 14, 25 Kansas and Missouri, bill (S. No. 351) for

of rank to officers of the Navy and Marine Navy-yards, joint resolution (H. R. No. 128) pro the relief of the, in repelling ihe late invasion
Corps for distinguished merit. ..............90, viding for the appointment of a commission to of those States by the rebel forces under

203, 358, 365

locate one or more, and depots on the north General Sterling Price, and for other pur-
bill (8. No.382) to provide for the better organ western waters......

...........90, 1338
poses.........

.......... 1,9
ization of the pay department ofthe Navy, Nebraska, copies of the laws, joint resolutions, || Ohio, resolutions by the Legislature of, in favor

183, 307, 362, 363 and memorials of the Territory of, passed at of abolishing slavery... ..........358
remarks on the, by-

the ninth session of the Legislative Assembly
Mr. Grimes.........
........362, 363 of, with copies of the Journals of the Coun-

P.
Mr. Hale........

.363

cil and House of Representatives of the said Pacific Railroad, the Committee on.. ..8, 13
Mr. Hendricks......
.362 Legislative Assembly for the same session, reports from........

.1045, 1219
Mr. Pomeroy.
.362 presented...........

.....5
adverse report from....

...1045
Mr. Trumbull......

.362 Nesmith, James W., a Senator from Ore- || Paine, Brigadier General, of the United States
yeas and nays on the.......

..363
gon...

.......33, 112, 251, 252, Army, resolution directing the Secretary of
bill to establish the office of Solicitor and Naval

253, 269, 333, 334, 336, 360, 451, 467, 489, War, if not incompatible with the public in-
Judge Advocate

..942,

510, 532, 587, 603, 607, 725, 811,902, 903, terest, to transmit to the Senate the report and
980, 1086, 1223, 1236, 1247

919, 980, 1225, 1226, 1227, 1229, 1235, evidence taken by a military commission of
visit of Vice Admiral Farragut to the Senate 1236, 1275, 1295, 1302, 1309, 1310, 1393 which Brigadier General Speed S. Fry was
Chamber.........

.228 remarks on the resolution relating to the mas president, appointed to investigate the con-
joint resolution uuthorizing the Secretary of the sacre of the Cheyenne Indians, 251, 252, 253 duct of, in and about Paducah, Kentucky,
Navy to advance to Paul S. Forbes $250,000 remarks on the bill for the relief of Henry A.

5, 9, 14, 308, 360
additional out of the sum to be paid him Brigham ..............

.....333, 334, 336 remarks in relation to, by-
under his contract for building a steam screw remarks on passengers in steamships....... 451 Mr. Powell... 9, 10, 14, 308, 309, 310, 311
sloop-of-war...256,588,980, 1223, 1236, 1247 remarks on the enrollment acts... ....607

Mr. 'Trumbull, 9, 10, 14, 308, 309, 310, 311
bill (H. R. No. 676) making appropriations for remarks on the legislative, executive, an judi. resolution in regard to......

.269
the, for the year ending the 30th of June, cial expenses of the Government. ..725, remarks on the, by-
1866..
.628, 742, 820,

1225, 1226, 1227
Mr. Conness...

.309, 310
850, 860, 1057, 1059, 1129, 1169, 1172 remarks on the Army appropriation bill... 902,

Mr. Hendricks..................

.309
remarks on the, by-

903, 919
Mr. Wilson.....

.308, 309
Mr. Anthony...

.823, 826, 869 remarks on the Indian appropriation bill, 1229, Parsons, Solomon, bill (H. R. No. 387) for the
Mr. Collamer...
..867
1235, 1236, 1302 relief of....

........426
Mr. Conness ... ..821, 822, 854, 866 remarks on the bill for the relief of Josiah 0. Passengers, bill (S. No. 427) for the protection
Mr. Davis......
.....851, 854 Armes.......

1275 of............

.589
Mr. Doolittle........... .856, 857, 858 remarks on the military service.............. 1295 (See Steamships.)
Mr. Foster......

....820 remarks on the consolidation of the Indian Paients and the Patent Office, the Committee on, 8
Mr. Grimes....821, 822, 823, 824, 825, 826, tribes............

1309 reports from.........

..450, 981
851, 854, 855, 863, 864,865, 866, 867, 869 remarks on San José mission................1310 discharged from subject............

....654
38TH CONG.-2D SESS.

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Patents, bill (S. No. 387) amendatory of an act to Pomeroy, Samuel C., a Senator from Kansas- | Post roads, bill (S. No. 392) supplementary to
promote the progress of the useful arts... 203, Continued.

an act approved July 14, 1862, to establish
450, 1047, 1338, 1354, 1361 resolutions by ......... ........157, 784, 1088 certain....

226, 425, 511,
bill (II. R. No.793) to authorize the Commis remarks on the amendmeni to the internal rev. 573, 663, 672, 718, 776, 786, 812, 820, 838

sioner of; to extend the patent of Josiah Cope enue bill approved June 30, 1864.............91 remarks on the, by-
land for a new and useful improvement in remarks on the bill to drop from the roll of the Mr. Anthony...

.790
bool-crimps.....
1086, 1083 Army unemployed general officers.........136

Mr. Collamer...

789
Patierson, Francis, bill (H. R. No. 566) for the remarks on memorial for relief to refugees from

Mr. Cowan....... .786, 787, 788, 789, 790
relief of....
.....1272 the South...

........157
Mr. Powell..

.788, 789, 790
Pay, bill (H. R. No.583) to define the, and emol remarks on the joint resolution to encouruge yeas and nays on the.

....790
uments of certain officers...... ......45, enlistments...

.160 bill (S. No. 438) relative to the railroad bridge
56, 316, 631, 671, 860, 923 remarks on the deficiency bill............188, 189 across the Mississippi river, from Rock
bill (S. No. 103) to define the, and emoluments remarks on the bill for the relief of the Adams Island, in the State of Illinois, to Davenport,
of chaplains.......

.46, 56, 297, 328 Express Company........ ......... 204 in the State of lowa, and to establish and
bill (S. No.382) to provide for the better organ remarks on Indian lands in Minnesota ......226 declare the same a post route................ 742
ization of the department of the Navy ... 183, remarks on the joint resolution to terminate the bill (H. R. No. 774) io establish certain...983,
307, 362, 363 reciprocity treaty....

........... 233

990, 1086, 1183, 1339, 1361
bill (S. No. 419) for the better organization remarks on the bill making appropriations for remarks on the, by-

of the, department of the United States consular and diplomatic expenses........249 Mr. Buckalew..
Army...... 489, 670, 1059, 1060, 1236, 1237 remarks on the resolution relating to the mas-

Mr. Collamer.........

.1339, 1340
remarks on the, by-
sacre of the Cheyenne Indians............. 250, Mr. Conness...

1339
Mr. Conness....
1236

251, 254, 255, 256
Mr. Hale........

1340
Mr. Doolittle.... .1236, 1237, 1238 remarks on the bill to provide for the better

Mr. Johnson....

.1339
Mr: Hale......
1236 organization of the pay department of the Mr. Morrill

..... 1339, 1340
Mr. Hendricks..............
1237 Navy...

........362
Mr. Sumner..

1339, 1340
Mr. Powell...
.1237 remarks on the bill to reimburse the State of Mr. Sherman

.... 1339, 1340
Mr. Sherman...
.1236, 1237, 1238 Missouri....

.....380
Mr. Wilson

.1340
Mr. Sprague.........1060, 1236, 1237, 1238 remarks on retaliation on rebel prisoners, 461 yeas and nays on the.....
Mr. Trumbull......

...1237 remarks on the return of the State of Arkan bili (S. No. 411) to incorporate the - National
bill (S. No. 426) to amend an act to amend sec-

..532, 533 Mississippi Bridge Company.....! 1006
tion nine of the act approved July 17, 1862, remarks on representation in the Electoral Col bill (8. No. 413) to establish a bridge across
to define the, and emoluments of certain offi lege......... ....555, 556, 583, 584, 593 the Ohio river at Cincinnati, a post road, 450,
cers of the Army, and for other purposes, remarks on the admission of Nevada........664

573, 672, 812, 820, 888
approved April 9, 1864.......

.572

remarks on the bill to incorporate the Sisters of Potomac Navigation and Transportation Com-
bill (H. R. No. 624) to provide for the payment Mercy.......

..745 pany-see District of Columbia.
of the value of certain lands and improve remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi Potomac river--see District of Columbia
ments of private citizens appropriated by the cial expenses of the Government..... .717 || Pott, Charles M., bill (H. R. No. 478) granting
United States for Indian reservations in the remarks on pay to Indians in the State of Michi. a pension to..
Territory of Washington........587, 670, 923

gan .......

...927 || Powell, William H.-see Capitol.
bill (H.R. No. 767) to increase the, of officers of remarks on the Bureau of Freedmen's Affuirs, | Powell, Lazarus W., a Senator from Kentucky,
the Army, and for other purposes...915, 927

959

1, 5, 9, 10, 14, 63, 65, 73, 74, 75, 76,
bill (H. R. No. 605) to increase the, of mid remarks on the consolidation of the Indian

131, 165, 166, 167, 225, 246, 255, 269, 308,
shipmen and others.....

....1223 tribes......... ...1022, 1024, 1305, 1306 309, 310, 311, 360, 380, 381, 404, 425, 468,
Peace, joint resolution (S. No. 81) for the res remarks on recognizing the government of the 489, 511, 536, 548, 557, 558, 573, 575, 580,
toration of........
..14 State of Louisiana....

...1101, 581, 584, 595, 605, 610, 616, 636, 643, 603,
Pensions, the Committee on...

...8, 25

1102, 1104, 1109, 1126

747, 767, 768, 776, 784, 786, 788, 789, 790,
reports from... 25, 63, 203, 850, 980, 1086, 1303 remarks on the internal revenue bill.i......)184

849, 903, 915, 920, 928, 981, 1008, 1011,
adverse reports from ....
1272 remarks on the Pacific railroad........ 1222

1047, 1057, 1058, 1059, 1060, 1061, 1062,
discharged from subjects...712,885, 1112, 1303 remarks on the Indian appropriation bill, 1235, 1063, 1064, 1096, 1097, 1099, 1105, 1106,
Pensions, bill (H. R. No. 597) making appropri-

1300, 1301, 1302 * 1107, 1125, 1170, 1219, 1237, 1247, 1241,
ations for the payment of invalid and other;

remarks on military service....

..1295

1242, 1243, 1246, 1249, 1253, 1274, 1275,
for year ending June 30, 1866...57, 64,90,112 remarks on duties on imports, 1343, 1344, 1345 1277, 1278, 1286, 1208, 1289, 1292, 1293,
bill (S. No. 365) in relation to ............ 72, 203 remarks on the insurreciionary States..... 1355 1296, 1307, 1308, 1311, 1346, 1369, 1381,
"bill (H. R. No. 728) to pay to cach of the sur remarks on the Mercantile Mutual Insurance 1385, 1386, 1387, 1388, 1390, 1391, 1393
viving soldiers of the Revolution, live in num Company

..........1392 'resolutions by......5, 9, 63, 269, 360, 784, 1346
ber, whose names are on the pension rolls, || Porter, Rear Admiral-see Thanks of Congress. remarks on the resolution relating to Brigadier
ac $300 annually as a gratuity, in addition to Port of entry and delivery for the district of Phila General Paine...9, 10, 14, 308, 309, 310, 311

the, now paid them.............571, 1046, 1086 delphia, bill (S. No. 410) to enlarge the, 402, remarks on the joint resolution (S. No. 82) to
bill (H.R. No. 756) supplementary to the sev-

812, 849, 942 encourage enlistments .......65, 165, 166, 167
eral acts regulating...

...983,

Postal laws, bill (S. No.390) relating to the, 203, remarks on the resolution calling upon the Pres-
990, 1086, 1303, 1339, 1347 225, 450, 654, 656, 660, 942, 953, 1006, ident for information bearing on the arrest of
Perry, Lucretia M., joint resolution (H. R. No. 1169, 1928, 1236, 1310, 1311, 1371, 1391 Lieutenant Governor Richard T. Jacobs and
180) for the relief of, widow of Nathaniel remarks on thic, ly-

Colonel Frank Wolford, of Kentucky.... 73,
H. Perry, late purser in the United States Mr. Anthony

.662

74, 75, 76
Navy..

.1348, 1349
Mr. Clark......

.655 remarks on the bill to drop from the rolls of the
Petersburg, resolution requesting the President, Mr. Conness

..662 Army unemployed general officers.........131
if not incompatible with the public interest, Mr. Collamer, 654, 655, 656, 660, 661, 662 remarks on the resolution relating to the mas-
to furnish to the Senate a copy of the report Mr. Farwell

..655, 661, 662 sacre of the Cheyenne Indians ....255
of the committee of inquiry ordered by bim

Mr. Hale... .654, 655, 656, 661, 662 remarks on compensating loyal owners of col.
in respect to the explosion of the mine in Mr. Howe.......

..655, 656 ored slaves...

...381, 404
front of.......

.785
Mr. Johnson.....

..661 remarks on representation in the Electoral Col.
resolution instructing the committee on the Mr. Lane, of Kansas .....

.662 lege..........536, 557, 558, 575, 580, 581, 584
conduct of the war to inquire into and report

Mr. Sherman....

..661 remarks on the enrollment acis...605, 610, 636
the facts concerning the attack on, on the

Mr. Trumbull.

.655, 656 remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi.
30th day of July, 1864....
..........47 yeas and nays on the.......

.... 662 cial expenses of the Government...........747
report of the facts and circumstances concerne (Ser Mails.)

remarks on the bill to establish a Bureau of
ing the attack on, or the chil day vi July, Post Office Department, bill (S. No. 389) relating Freedmen's Affairs......... .767, 1307, 1308
1864....
..603 lo clerkships in the.

..203, remarks on the bill (S. No. 392) lo establish cer-
Pierce, William, bill (S. No. 442) for the relief 247, 293, 942, 953, 1006, 1339, 1354, 1361 tain post roads...........

786, 788, 790
of..

...742 bill (H. R. No. 659) making appropriations for remarks on the Army appropriation bill...903,
Pitcher, Charles A., bill (S. No. 338) for the re the service of the, during the fiscal year end-

920, 1277
lief of

....... 1347, 1354, 1361 ing June 30, 1866......358, 360, 379, 420, 450 remarks on recognizing the government of the
Pomeroy, Samuel C., a Senator from Kan bill (S. No. 424) to facilitate the collection of State of Louisiana....

.1011,
..35, 71, 91, 112, certain debts due the United States.......547,

1061, 1062, 1063, 1064, 1096,
127, 136, 157, 160, 183, 188, 1899, 204, 226,

670, 712, 942, 990, 1048

1097, 1099, 1105, 1106, 1107
233, 247, 249, 250, 251, 254, 255, 256, 362, calls upon the, for information....

.226 remarks on military arrests.

. 1047
380, 402, 449, 461, 488,532, 533, 547, 555, joint resolution (S. R. No. 121) to purchase remarks on a picture by Powell, ............1170
556, 572, 582, 584,587,593, 602, 603, 629, pouches or boxes of Marshall Smith's patent remarks on the pay department of the Army,
631, 643, 656, 664, 712, 717, 742, 745, 784, for the postal service, and for other pur-

1237
811, 849, 850,914,927,941, 942,959, 1022, poses...... 1005, 1046, 1383, 1387, 1391 remarks on the internal revenue bill....... 1241,
1024, 1045, 1058, 1088, 1101, 1102, 1104, Post Ofñces and Post Ronds, the Committee on, &

1242, 1213, 1246, 1249, 1253,
1109, 1124, 1126, 1129, 1172, 1184, 1222,

..247,

1278, 1:286, 1288, 1289, 1292
1235, 1295, 1300, 1301, 1302, 1303, 1305,

425, 450, 572, 1005, 1006, 1086 remarks on the bill for the relief of Josiah 0.
1306, 1311, 1343, 1344, 1345, 1355, 1392 discharged from subjects. ..572, 784, 811 Armes......

....1274, 1275

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reports from .....

Powell, Lazarus W., a Senator from Kentucky-Prisoners, joint resolution (S. R. No. 97) advis-
Continued.

ing retaliation for the cruel treatment of,
remarks on the consolidation of the Indian

by the insurgents-Continued.
tribes.........

.... 1307 remarks on the, by-
remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation

Mr. Saulsbury.

..407, 519, 520
bill..................1369, 1381, 1385, 1386, 1387 Mr. Sherman........499, 500, 520, 521, 522
Pratt, Alexander F., bill(H.R. No.574) for the Mr. Sprague

........515, 516
relief of.............

.489

Mr. Sumner........363, 381, 382, 384, 388,
Preëmption rights, bill (H. R. No. 702) in rela-

390, 391, 404, 413, 457,458,460, 472, 473,
tion to, in Colorado Territory ............. 1383

474, 495, 496,516, 517,518, 520,521,522
bill (S. No. 416) to grant the right of preëmp-

Mr. T'rumbull...........

...385
tion to the trustees of the city of Petaluma,

Mr. Van Winkle.i.....

.....520, 521
Sonoma county, California .................. 467 Mr. Wade....

..363, 364, 365,
bill (H. R. No. 702) in relation to preëmption

382, 383, 384, 385, 386, 404, 410, 431,
rights in Colorado Territory.............1383

432,433, 434, 452, 453, 454, 457, 458,
bill (H. R. No. 560) to amend the act to grant

460, 461, 491, 493, 494, 495, 496, 498,
the right of preemption to certain purchasers

499, 500, 513, 515, 516, 520, 521, 522
on the Soscol Ranche, in the State of Cali-

Mr. Wilkinson..........

.492, 493
fornia.........

..............71
Mr. Wilson........

.388, 431, 479
President and Vice President elect, notice to, of yeas and nays on the.......461, 520, 521, 522
their election......

........... 657 Private Land Claims, the Committee on..........8
President of the United States, annual message of | Private land claims, bill (S. No. 238) to ascertain
the-see Appendix.

and settle, in the State of California..631, 1296
calls upon they for information......

-4, bill (S. No. 447) to provide for the sale of re.
44, 63, 256, 270, 511, 603, 604, 785, 1046 jected

..........811, 942
communications from the....4, 8, 14, 157, 225, bill (H. R. No. 751) to provide for the settle-

532, 670, 711, 716, 784, 1182, 1236, 1348 ment of, in the Territory of Arizona, and for
Printing, the Joint Committee on.... .......8 the survey thereof.............1086, 1088, 1357
instructions to........

... 269, 489 || Privileges of the Senate, remarks in relation to,
reports from .......

.......307, 510, 589, in connection with a communication from the
712, 915, 942, 1005, 1080, 1125, 1172, 1298 : Secretary of the Navy.ccccccc.......1346, 1361
adverse reports from......

.......589 remarks on the, by-
discharged from subject......

. 1219
Mr. Collamer..core.....

.1347
joint resolution (H. R. No. 174) to amend the Mr. Conness.........

1346, 1347
joint resolution in relation to the pablic, ap-

Mr. Hale..............

.1346, 1347
proved June 23, 1860.............. 1348, 1361

Mr. Howe...iccrccrevo.................

1346
Prisoners, resolution that in the opinion of Con-

Mr. Johoson....

..1346
gress it would be wise and proper for the

Mr. Sumner.....

.1347
Secretary of War to direct that the rations,

Mr. Trumbull...

.1347
clothing, and supplies to be furnished to the

Mr. Wilson ....

....1347
rebel, in our hands be limited in amount and Prize money, bill (S. No. 8) in relation to the
kind to those furnished by the rebel author distribution of......
ities to Union troops held by them as pris. (See Naval Service.)
oners of war, and that they be treated in all || Property, bill (H. R. No. 778) in relation to the
respects as the Union prisoners are treated appropriation of private, to the public use,
by the rebel authorities.....
.73

1008, 1125
remarks on the, by-

Public Buildings and Grounds, the Committee
Mr. Johnson........

on........

...........8, 13
Mr. Wilkinson............

..............73
reports from ........

.489, 942
resolurion (S. R. No. 95) in relation to the discharged from subjects........ .489, 915
***y treatment of.........
..267, 307 Public Lands, the Committee on..........

.8, 511
remarks on the, by

reports froni........

71, 183,
Mr. Howard.........

...269

547, 631, 670, 784, 811,942,
Mr. Lane, of Indiana................. 267, 268

1005, 1012, 1017, 1045, 1172
Mr. Wade...... .......... 267, 268, 269

instructions to...............

..714
joint resolution (8. R, No. 96) in relation to adverse reports from .............670, 1005, 1006
the treatment of.......
....292 discharged from subjects.....

.71,
joint resolution (S. R. No. 97) advising retal-

811, 1006, 1086, 1172
iation for the cruel treatment of, by the in Public lands, bill (S. No. 287) granting, to aid
surgents.........

... 307, in the construction of a railroad and tele-
363, 381, 404, 426, 452, 469, 491, 513 graph line from Lake Superior to Puget
remarks on the, by-

sound...

183
Mr. Brown,390, 404, 405, 407, 408, 409, 410 bill (S. No. 391) authorizing an adjustment of
Mr. Chandler.....

.496, 497 the claims for, heretofore confirmed to any
Mr. Clark..365, 404, 413, 458, 459, 461, 473 Slate.......

..226, 631
Mr. Collamer......

.383, bill (S. No. 295) making additional grant of,
385, 388, 411, 412, 458, 459, 460 to the State of Minnesota, in alternate sec-
Mr. Cowan...............383, 384, 385, 386 tions, to aid in the construction of a railroad
Mr. Davis...... ..385, 412, 413, 426, in said State......

........360, 547
427, 428, 429, 455, 456, 469, 475, 477, 478 joint resolution (H. R. No. 99) reserving min-
Mr. Doolittle-385, 459, 460, 498, 499, 521 eral lands from the operation of all acts passed
Mr. Farwell....

...388

at the first session of the Thirty-Eighth Con.
Mr. Foster, 385,388,410,411,412, 434, 492 gress granting, or extending the time of
Mr. Grimes
...388 former grants......

......360, 451, 469
Mr. Hale... .431, 474, 475, 477,521 bill (H. R. No. 222) to extinguish the Indian
Mr. Harlan....

...365, title to, in the Territory of Utah ..........451,
389, 413, 460, 469, 470, 471, 472, 473, 492

532, 928, 990
Mr. Henderson .365, 388, 391, 404, bill (S. No. 425) to revive for a certain time the

405, 406, 407, 408, 433, 434, 460, 473, 522 provisions of the act of 1846 relative to sus-
Mr. Hendricks...

364, pended entries of...............................547
365,388, 389, 390, 391,412, 431,432, 457, bilt (S. No. 431) to amend an act for a grant of,
458, 459, 460, 493, 499, 513, 514,515, 521 to the State of Kansas, in alternate sections,
Mr. Howard..

.365, 385, to aid in the construction of certain railroads
386,387, 388,390, 410, 429, 430, 431, 453, and telegraphs in said State, approved March
454, 459, 475, 477, 478, 499, 520, 521, 522 3, 1863......

........631, 1006
Mr. Howe......

..427, - bill (S. No. 432) to extend the time limited for
428, 454, 455, 456, 457, 516, 517 the completion of the railroads mentioned in
Mr. Johnson....... .389, 412, 413, 434, 452, the act making a grant of, to the Territory of

453, 454, 460, 475, 476, 477, 495, 520, 521 Minnesota, in alternate sections, to aid in the
Mr. Lane, of Indiana...460, 518, 519, 520 construction of certain railroads in said Ter-
Mr. McDougall.................430, 497, 522 ritory, and granting, in alternate sections to
Mr. Morrill......

.... 457, 458 the State of Alabama to aid in the construc-
Mr. Pomeroy..

......461 | tion of a certain railroad in said State, ap.
Mr. Richardson....... 493, 494, 497, 498 proved March 8, 1857.vic..............670

Public lands-Continued.
bill (H. R. No.558) to authorize the issuing of

patents for certain, in the town of Stock-
bridge, State of Wisconsin, and for other pur-
poses...

..784, 1006, 1383, 1388
joint resolution (S. R. Na. 42) to extend the

time for the reversion to the United States of
the, granted by Congress to aid in the con-
struction of a railroad from Pere Marquette
to Flint, and for the completion of said
road......

...... 784, 812, 820, 849, 888
bill (S. No. 449) making a grantof, to the State

of Michigan to aid in the construction of a rail-
road along the mineral range in that State,

811, 922
bill (S. No. 445) making a grant of alternate

sections of, to the State of Michigan to aid in
the construction of a ship-canal to connect
Lake Superior with Portage Lake in the up-

per peninsula of that State...........811, 1905
bill (H. R. No. 745) granting, to the State

of Michigan to aid in building a harbor and
ship-canal at Portage Lake, Kewenaw Point,
Lake Superior.... 1241, 1278, 1311, 1345, 1356
bill (S. No. 241) granting to the State of Wis-

consin a donation of, to aid in the construc-
tion of a ship-canal at the head of Sturgeon
bay, in the county of Door in said State, to
connect the waters of Green bay with Lake

Michigan, in said State .......... ...........812
bill (H. R. No: 761) extending the time for the

completion of certain land-grant railroads in
the State of Minnesota, and for other pur-
poses.........820, 1045, 1124, 1169, 1172, 1380
bill (S. No. 483) to amend an act donating, to

the several States and Territories which may
provide colleges for the benefit of agriculture

and the mechanic arts......... ......1261
bill (S. No. 137) 10.exclude disloyal persons

from the, of the United States...........1338
bill (S. No. 380) supplemental to the act ap:

proved July 1, 1864, for the disposal of coal
lands and of town property on the public
domain

....1380
bill (H. R. No. 812) allowing the further time

of five years to those holding, by entries
in the Virginia military district of Ohio,
which were made prior to the 1st of Janu-
ary, 1852, to have the same surveyed and
patented

... 1387
bill (H. R. No. 710) to extend the time for the

completion of certain railroads to which land
grants have been made in the States of Mich-
igan and Wisconsin.........

.....849,
860, 1006, 1172, 1347, 1387
bilt (S. No.463) to amend un act to amend an act

making a grant of alternate sections of, to the
State of Michigan.co aid in the construction
of certain railroads in said State, and for

other purposes......915,942, 1338, 1354, 1361
bill (S. No. 263). lo graut one million acres of,

for the benefit of public schools in the Dis-

trict of Columbia....... ............... 1006
bill (S. No. 433) to extend the homestead act

of May 20, 1862, to settlers on, reserved for
railroad purposes..........

o.........670, 1006
bill (S. No. 436) making a grant of, to the Ter-
ritories of Dakota, Montana, and Idaho, in
alternate sections, to aid in the construction
of certain railroads in said Territories, to con-
nect with the railroad system of Minnesota
and lowa........

......... 670, 1006
bill (H. R. No. 775) for the relief of the occu-

pants of the lands of the ex-mission of San

José, in California.co....... 1008, 1012, 1310
remarks on the, by-...
Mr. Conness.....

.1310
Mr. Foster..........................

.1310
Mr. Harlan...................................

1310
Mr. Howard......................................

.1310
Mr. McDougall..

1310
Mr. Nesmith.
Mr. Nye............

1310
Mr. Stewart,...

..1310
bill (S. No.354) extending the time for the com-

pletion of certain land-grant railroads in the
State of Minnesota, and regulating the dis-
posal of, heretofore granted said State to aid

in the construction of such roads... 14, 34, 71
joint resolution (S. R. No. 33) to enable the

Secretary of the Treasury to obtain the title
to certain property in Carson City, and Ter-
ritory of Nevada, for the purposes of a branch
mint, located in said place..................71

............ 73

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Public lands-Continued,
Railroads-Continued.

Rebel Jefferson Davis, resolution calling upon the
bill (S. No. 377) granting, to the State of Mis 5:ll (H. R. No. 761) extending the time for President for information in regard to recent
souri to aid in the construction of certain rail-

the completion of certain land-grant, in the communications with-Continued.
roads in said State.....

.........157

Scale of Minnesota, and for other purposes, remarks on the, by-
bill (S. No. 379) for the sale of timber lands in

820, 1045, 1124, 1169, 1172, 1380

Mr, Doolitude ...........511, 657, 658, 660
the State of California................... 157, 811 remarks on the, by-

Mr. Hale

...511
bill (S. No. 380) to give title to the occupants

Mr. Collamer......

1124
Mr. Johnson...........................

...511
of lots in cities and towns in the State of Cal-

Mr. Cowan..................

.1124
Mr. Morrill..........

658
ifornia....... ...... 157,811, 888, 1017, 1058

Mr. Harlan ..............

1125
Mr. Saulsbury

.657
bill (S. No. 381) in relation to the swamp and

"Mr. Hendricks......

1124
Mr. Sherman..........................

....657
overflowed lands in the State of Califor-

Mr. Lane, of Kansas....................... 1124

Mr. Sumner........................511, 657, 658
nia .....

..........157, 1172
Mr. Ramsey..

1124

Mr. Wade .............. ..658, 659, 660
bill (S. No. 369) concerning lands of the mis-

Mr. Wilkinson...

..1124 Rebellion-see Insurrection.
sion of San José, in California..............112, bill (H. R. No.710) to extend the time for the Rebels, joint resolution (S. R. No. 102) declara-

1006, 1347 completion of certain, to which land grants tory of the sense of Congress upon negolia-
bill (H. R. No. 404) to authorize a departure have been made in the States of Michigan and tions and terms of selllement with the......361
from the established mode of surveying, in

Wisconsin...

....849 | Rebel Slates, bill (S. No. 400) to regulate the man-
certain cases..

.... 183

860, 1006, 1047, 1172, 1347, 1387 agement of captured and ubandoned property
bill (S. No. 83) to amend an act confirming cer bill (S. No. 463) to amend an act to amend an in the............

......292, 915
lain land claims in the State of Michigan...183 aci making a grant of alfernate sections of Reciprocity treaty-see Treaty.
(See Railroads.)

public lands to the State of Michigan, to aid in Reclamation on Great Britain...................34, 45
Q.

the construction of certain, in said State, and Register-see Army.
Quarantine and health laws, bill (H.R. No. 563)

for other purposes......915, 1338, 1354, 1361 | Registers, joint resolution (H.R. No. 173) direct-
in addition to the act respecting, approved

bill (S. No. 239) to grant aid for the construc ing the Secretary of Treasury to issue Ameri-
February 25, 1799......

.25

tion of certain, in the State of Minnesota, 1006 can, to British schooners Minnie Williams

joint resolution (S. R. No. 120) to authorize the and E. M. Baxter.........915, 927, 1006, 1048
R.

Union Pacific Railroad Company, eastern Religion, bill (S. No. 345) Lo prevent the Secretary
Raids from the British provinces............33, 34 division, lo acquire certain right of way and of War and persons engaged in the military
Railroad, joint resolution (S. R. No. 42) to ex. land from the incompelent Wyandotie In service of the United States from interfering
tend the time for the reversion to the United

dians.............

....980, 1059, 1060 with the freedom of............. ............980
States of the lands granted by Congress to remarks on the, by-

Reports, resoluțion of inquiry into the causes of
aid in the construction of a, from Pere Mar.

Mr. Cowan......

........ 1061 delay in the publication of official..........269
quette to Flint, and for the completion of said

Mr. Doolittle.....

...1061 remarks on the, by
road.......
..........784, 820, 849, 888

Mr. Foster......

..2060, 1061
Mr. Chandler.........

....... 270
bill (S. No. 449) making a grant of public lands

Mr. Grimes ........

....1061
Mr. Grimes........

.......269
to the State of Michigan to aid in the con-

Mr. Harlan

..1661
Mr. Trumbull...........

..269, 270
struction of a, along the mineral range in that Mr. Lane, of Kansas...... ....1060, 1061 | Retaliation-see Prisoners.
State..........

..811, 922 bill (s. No. 431) to amend an act for a grant Revenue, resolution instructing the Committee
remonstrance of the Legislature of Maryland of lands to the State of Kansas, in alternate on Finance to inquire into the propriety of

against Congress granting a charter to make sections, lo aid in the construction of certain, the immediate passage of an aci to increase
a, in that Slate......
.........941 and telegraphs in said State.......... 631, 1006

.........14, 34
joint resolution (S. R. No. 123) to extend the bill (S. No.354) extending the time for the com remarks on the, by-
time for constructing the Burlington and Mis pletion of certain land-grant, in the Slale of Mr. Brown...

.35
souri River, in lowa, and filing a map of re Minnesota, and regulating the disposal of Mr. Doolittle...............................

34, 35
location......... ....1018, 1338, 1355, 1361 lands heretofore granted said State io aid in

Mr. Foster......................................35
joint resolution (S.R. No. 124) authorizing the the construction of such roads.......... 14, 34

Mr. Sherman.........

...34
Northern Pacific, Company to investits funds bill (S. No. 377) granting lands to the State of bill (H. R. No. 603) to extend the lime allowed
in Government securities, for certain pur-

Missouri to aid in the construction of cer for the withdrawal of certain goods therein
poses....

...........1045, 1219 tain, in said State....... ......... 157, 1045 named from public stores..........57, 64, 71, 90
bill (H. R. No. 691) to authorize and aid in joint resolution (H. R. No. 161) in relation to joint resolution (H. R. No. 124) explanatory
the construction of a, connecting the Pacific, certain

.....603, 1045, 1389 of the act to provide internal, lo support the
in California, with the Columbia river, in Ore bill (S. No. 392) supplementary to an act ap Government, to pay interest on the public
gon, and Puget sound.................1169, 1219 proved July 14, 1862, to establish certain post debi, and for other purposes, approved June
bill (S. No. 287) granting landé to aid in the roads

.226, 425, 511, 573, 30, 1864.....

.....57, 64
construction of a, and telegraph line from

663, 672, 718, 776, 786, 812, 820, 888, 942 joint resolution (H. R. No. 123) to correct cer-
Lake Superior to Puget sound.............183 (See Post Office Department.)

tain clerical errors in the internal............... 45
bill (S. No. 295) making additional grant of bill (S. No. 436) making a grant of lands to the bill (H. R. No. 618) to amend the act to provide

lands to the State of Minnesota, in alternate Territories of Dakota, Montana, and Idaho, internal, to support the Government, pay
sections, to aid in the construction of a, in in alternate sections, to aid in the construc interest on the public debi, and for other

said Stale......... ..............360, 1046 tion of certain, in said Territories, to connect purposes, approved June 30, 1864.......71,
bill (S. No. 414) 10 authorize the construction with the railroad system of Minnesota and

77, 90, 93, 97
of the Northern Pacific, eastward to Ontona Towa..........

.670, 1006 remarks on the, by-
gon, in the State of Michigan, and to provide bill (s. No. 413) to establish a bridge across

Mr. Conness............

.94
for its connection eastward with the Ohio, the Ohio river at Cincinnati, Ohio, a post

Mr. Davis

.94
Indiana, Michigan, and Canadian system of, road .................450, 573, 672, 812, 820, 888 Mr. Farwell...........

91
at Port Huron, Detroit, Toledo, Fort Wayne, || Ramsey, Alexander, a Senator from Minne Mr. Grimes.........

.91
and Dayton............... .450, 670, 928, 1006 sola..............14, 56, 71, 112, 202, 207, 208,

Mr. Hendricks.

94
Railroad and telegraph line, bill (H. R. No. 763) 209, 213, 226, 379, 531, 572, 604, 742, 784, Mr. Johnson.......

91, 93, 94, 95
to amend an act to aid in the construction of 850, 885, 926, 927, 954, 1023, 1045, 1085, Mr. McDougall.

....91
a, from the Missouri river to the Pacific
1124, 1195, 1238, 1288, 1293, 1342, 1389 Mr. Pomeroy

.91
ocean, and to secure to the Government the remarks on the joint resolution to terminate the

Mr. Richardson

..94
use of the same for postal, military, and other reciprocity treaty.............207, 208, 209, 213

Mr. Sherman

...90, 91, 93, 94
purposes, approved July 1, 1862, and to remarks on Indian lands in Minnesota ......226

Mr. Trumbull.........
amend an aci amendatory thereof, approved remarks on pay to Indians residing in Michi yeas and nays on the.......
July 2, 1864...

42, gan................

.............926, 927 bill (S. No. 375) levying internal duties on to-
953, 981, 1045, 1220, 1293 remarks on the consolidation of the Indian bacco.

.............127
remarks on the, by-

tribes...........

...............1023

** bill(s. No. 388) further to provide for the ver-
Mr. Brown.....

1220, 1222, 1223 remarks on railroads in Minnesota..........1124 ification of invoices............ ..... 203, 225
Mr. Conness......... 1220, 1221, 1222, 1223 remarks on the internal revenue bill........1195, joint resolution (S. R, No. 100) to extend the
Mr. Cowan...........
.1220, 1222

1238, 1288 time for the payment of the special income
Mr. Grimes.....
1222 remarks on duties on imports....

.... 1342 tax by persons in receipt of salaries from
Mr. Harlan ......... .....1220, 1221, 1222 Rebel authorities, bill (S. No.428) to prevent the the United States Government....... .....326
Mr. Hendricks......

.1222 sale of notes, scrip, bonds, or other evidence bill (H. R. No. 677) to amend an act lo pro-
Mr. Howard........ 1220, 1221, 1222 of debt isgued by...............

..........589 vide waysand means for the support of the
Mr. McDougall.......

1221 Rebel debt, concurrent resolution declaring that Government, and for other purposes, ap-
Mr. Morrill.....

1222, 1223 the, or loan is simply an agency of the rebel proved June 30, 1864....358, 360, 425, 426
Mr. Pomeroy...

1222 lion which the United States can never under remarks on the, by, Mr. Sherman... 425, 426
Mr. Sherman..

1220, 1223 any circumstances recognize in any part or in joint resolution (H. R. No. 140) authorizing
Mr. Trumbull..
1220 any way.........

.......850, 860, 1387 the Secretary of the Treasury to give the
Railroads, bill (S. No. 438) relative to the railroad Rebel Jefferson Davis, resolution calling upon the necessary notice stipulated, pending the in-

bridge across the Mississippi river, from President for information in regard to recent tention of the United States to purchase the
Rock Island, in the State of Illinois, to Daven communications with....... ...........511,657 building known as the Merchants'Exchange,
port, in the State of Iowa, and to establish remarks on the, by-

New York city, now used for custom-house
and declare the same s post route..........

..... 742
Mr. Conness......

....511, 657
purposes......

8, 360, 379

...94
....95

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